2019 SEC Composite Football Schedule, Top Ten Games, Weekly Rankings

2019 SEC Composite Football Schedule, Top Ten Games, Weekly Rankings

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2019 SEC Composite Football Schedule, Top Ten Games, Weekly Rankings

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The 2019 SEC composite football schedule, ranking each week’s games, top ten non-conference and conference games.


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Top Ten SEC Non-Conference Games

1. Texas A&M at Clemson, Sept. 7
2. Notre Dame at Georgia, Sept. 21
3. LSU at Texas, Sept. 7
4. Auburn vs. Oregon (in Dallas), Aug. 31
5. Florida vs. Miami (in Orlando), Aug. 31
6. Clemson at South Carolina, Nov. 30
7. Florida State at Florida, Nov. 30
8. West Virginia at Missouri, Sept. 7
9. South Carolina vs. North Carolina (in Charlotte), Aug. 31
10. Alabama vs. Duke (in Atlanta), Aug. 31

2019 SEC Football Schedules 
East Florida | Georgia | Kentucky | Missouri
South Carolina | Tennessee | Vanderbilt
West Alabama | Arkansas | Auburn
LSU | Ole Miss | Miss State | Texas A&M

Top Ten SEC Conference Games

1. LSU at Alabama, Nov. 9
2. Alabama at Texas A&M, Oct. 12
3. Alabama at Auburn, Nov. 30
4. Texas A&M at LSU, Nov. 30
5. Georgia vs. Florida (in Jacksonville), Nov. 2
6. Texas A&M at Georgia, Nov. 23
7. Auburn at LSU, Oct. 26
8. Auburn at Texas A&M, Sept. 21
9. Georgia at Auburn, Nov. 16
10. Florida at Kentucky, Sept. 14

SEC Weekly Schedule

Each week’s slate of games ranked by how good and how interesting they appear to be.

August 31

1. Auburn vs. Oregon (in Dallas)
2. Florida vs. Miami (in Orlando)
3. Georgia at Vanderbilt
4. South Carolina vs. North Carolina (in Charlotte)
5. Alabama vs. Duke (in Atlanta)
6. Georgia Southern at LSU
7. Ole Miss at Memphis
8. Missouri at Wyoming
9. Toledo at Kentucky
10. Mississippi State vs. Louisiana (in New Orleans)
11. Georgia State at Tennessee
12. Texas State at Texas A&M
13. Portland State at Arkansas

September 7

1. Texas A&M at Clemson
2. LSU at Texas
3. West Virginia at Missouri
4. Arkansas at Ole Miss
5. Vanderbilt at Purdue
6. BYU at Tennessee
7. Southern Miss at Mississippi State
8. Tulane at Auburn
9. Eastern Michigan at Kentucky
10. New Mexico State at Alabama
11. UT-Martin at Florida
12. Murray State at Georgia
13. Charleston Southern at South Carolina

September 14

1. Florida at Kentucky
2. Alabama at South Carolina
3. Kansas State at Mississippi State
4. Colorado State at Arkansas
5. Arkansas State at Georgia
6. Kent State at Auburn
7. SE Louisiana at Ole Miss
8. Southeast Missouri State at Missouri
9. UT-Chattanooga at Tennessee
10. Lamar at Texas A&M
11. Northwestern State at LSU

September 21

1. Notre Dame at Georgia
2. Auburn at Texas A&M
3. Tennessee at Florida
4. South Carolina at Missouri
5. Kentucky at Mississippi State
6. California at Ole Miss
7. LSU at Vanderbilt
8. Southern Miss at Alabama
9. San Jose State at Arkansas

September 28

1. Mississippi State at Auburn
2. Ole Miss at Alabama
3. Kentucky at South Carolina
4. Texas A&M vs. Arkansas (in Arlington)
5. Northern Illinois at Vanderbilt
6. Towson at Florida

October 5

1. Georgia at Tennessee
2. Auburn at Florida
3. Vanderbilt at Ole Miss
4. Troy at Missouri
5. Utah State at LSU

October 12

1. Alabama at Texas A&M
2. Florida at LSU
3. South Carolina at Georgia
4. Mississippi State at Tennessee
5. Ole Miss at Missouri
6. Arkansas at Kentucky
7. UNLV at Vanderbilt

October 19

1. LSU at Mississippi State
2. Florida at South Carolina
3. Tennessee at Alabama
4. Texas A&M at Ole Miss
5. Kentucky at Georgia
6. Missouri at Vanderbilt
7. Auburn at Arkansas

October 26

1. Auburn at LSU
2. Mississippi State at Texas A&M
3. South Carolina at Tennessee
4. Missouri at Kentucky
5. Arkansas at Alabama

November 2

1. Georgia vs. Florida (in Jacksonville)
2. Vanderbilt at South Carolina
3. Ole Miss at Auburn
4. Mississippi State at Arkansas
5. UAB at Tennessee
6. UTSA at Texas A&M

November 9

1. LSU at Alabama
2. Missouri at Georgia
3. Vanderbilt at Florida
4. Tennessee at Kentucky
5. Appalachian State at South Carolina
6. WKU at Arkansas
7. New Mexico State at Ole Miss

November 16

1. Georgia at Auburn
2. Alabama at Mississippi State
3. South Carolina at Texas A&M
4. Florida at Missouri
5. LSU at Ole Miss
6. Kentucky at Vanderbilt

November 23

1. Texas A&M at Georgia
2. Tennessee at Missouri
3. Arkansas at LSU
4. Samford at Auburn
5. Western Carolina at Alabama
6. UT-Martin at Kentucky
7. Abilene Christian at Mississippi State
8. East Tennessee State at Vanderbilt

November 28

4. Ole Miss at Mississippi State

November 30

1. Alabama at Auburn
2. Texas A&M at LSU
3. Clemson at South Carolina
5. Florida State at Florida
6. Georgia at Georgia Tech
7. Louisville at Kentucky
8. Vanderbilt at Tennessee
9. Missouri at Arkansas (in Little Rock)

Dec. 7

SEC Football Championship (in Atlanta)

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