2023 SEC football schedule by team: Key games, dates as league releases full


The meat of the 2022 college football season is right around the corner, but it’s never too early to start looking ahead. The SEC is revealed its 2023 football schedule on Tuesday, and it includes plenty of intrigue and will stir debate on how next season’s conference race will play out. 

There are, of course, staples that we know will headline the docket. The Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn on Thanksgiving weekend, the annual Florida-Georgia rivalry in Jacksonville on Halloween weekend and the Egg Bowl on Thanksgiving night are just a few of the headliners. 

There are plenty of stellar rotating cross-division matchups as well. Texas A&M and Tennessee will square off in Knoxville, Tennessee, Georgia and Ole Miss will tee it up in Athens, Georgia, and Alabama will head to Lexington to take on a rising Wildcats program in what will undoubtedly be called the “Bear Bryant Bowl.”

The 2023 SEC football season will culminate on Saturday, Dec. 2 with the SEC Championship Game inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. Here’s a look at the 2023 team-by-team schedule for each SEC program.

2023 SEC football schedule

Alabama

  • Sept. 2 — Middle Tennessee
  • Sept. 9 — Texas
  • Sept. 16 — at South Florida
  • Sept. 23 — Ole Miss
  • Sept. 30 — at Mississippi State
  • Oct. 7 — at Texas A&M
  • Oct. 14 — Arkansas
  • Oct. 21 — Tennessee
  • Nov. 4 — LSU
  • Nov. 11 — at Kentucky
  • Nov. 18 — Chattanooga
  • Nov. 25 — at Auburn

Arkansas

  • Sept. 2 — Western Carolina (in Little Rock)
  • Sept. 9 — Kent State
  • Sept. 16 — BYU
  • Sept. 23 — at LSU
  • Sept. 30 — Texas A&M (in Arlington, Texas)
  • Oct. 7 — at Ole Miss
  • Oct. 14 — at Alabama
  • Oct. 21 — Mississippi State
  • Nov. 4 — at Florida
  • Nov. 11 — Auburn
  • Nov. 18 — Florida International
  • Nov. 25 — Missouri

Auburn

  • Sept. 2 — UMass
  • Sept. 9 — at California
  • Sept. 16 — Samford
  • Sept. 23 — at Texas A&M
  • Sept. 30 — Georgia
  • Oct. 14 — at LSU
  • Oct. 21 — Ole Miss
  • Oct. 28 — Mississippi State
  • Nov. 4 — at Vanderbilt
  • Nov. 11 — at Arkansas
  • Nov. 18 — New Mexico State
  • Nov. 25 — Alabama

Florida

  • Sept. 2 — at Utah
  • Sept. 9 — McNeese
  • Sept. 16 — Tennessee
  • Sept. 23 — Charlotte
  • Sept. 30 — at Kentucky
  • Oct. 7 — Vanderbilt
  • Oct. 14 — at South Carolina
  • Oct. 28 — Georgia (in Jacksonville)
  • Nov. 4 — Arkansas
  • Nov. 11 — at LSU
  • Nov. 18 — at Missouri
  • Nov. 25 — Florida State

Georgia

  • Sept. 2 — UT-Martin
  • Sept. 9 — Ball State
  • Sept. 16 — South Carolina
  • Sept. 23 — UAB
  • Sept. 30 — at Auburn
  • Oct. 7 — Kentucky
  • Oct. 14 — at Vanderbilt
  • Oct. 28 — Florida (in Jacksonville)
  • Nov. 4 — Missouri
  • Nov. 11 — Ole Miss
  • Nov. 18 — at Tennessee
  • Nov. 25 — at Georgia Tech

Kentucky

  • Sept. 2 — Ball State
  • Sept. 9 — Eastern Kentucky
  • Sept. 16 — Akron
  • Sept. 23 — at Vanderbilt
  • Sept. 30 — Florida
  • Oct. 7 — at Georgia
  • Oct. 14 — Missouri
  • Oct. 28 — Tennessee
  • Nov. 4 — at Mississippi State
  • Nov. 11 — Alabama
  • Nov. 18 — at South Carolina
  • Nov. 25 — at Louisville

LSU

  • Sept. 3 — Florida State (in Orlando)
  • Sept. 9 — Grambling
  • Sept. 16 — at Mississippi State
  • Sept. 23 — Arkansas
  • Sept. 30 — at Ole Miss
  • Oct. 7 — at Missouri
  • Oct. 14 — Auburn
  • Oct. 21 — Army
  • Nov. 4 — at Alabama
  • Nov. 11 — Florida
  • Nov. 18 — Georgia State
  • Nov. 25 — Texas A&M

Mississippi State

  • Sept. 2 — Southeast Louisiana
  • Sept. 9 — Arizona
  • Sept. 16 — LSU
  • Sept. 23 — at South Carolina
  • Sept. 30 –…



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