SEC releases 2022 regular season football schedule

SEC releases 2022 regular season football schedule

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The Southeastern Conference (SEC) on Tuesday released the 2022 regular-season football schedules for each of its 14 member institutions.

The SEC currently operates on a 12-game regular-season schedule, including eight SEC matchups and four non conference games. Each program plays the other six teams in its division, plus one permanent inter-division opponent and one rotating inter-division opponent. The permanent and rotating opponents through 2025 were released in 2014; however, the exact order of the 2022 schedules were unreleased until Tuesday.

The 2022 football season will begin with Week 0 on Aug. 27, and it will culminate in the SEC Championship Game in Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia in early December.

A full list of the 2022 football schedules can be found below.

Week 0, Aug. 27

Vanderbilt at Hawaii

Week 1, Sept. 3

Utah State at Alabama

Miami (Ohio) at Kentucky

Troy at Ole Miss

Missouri at Middle Tennessee State

Georgia State at South Carolina

Ball State at Tennessee

Sam Houston State at Texas A&M

Elon at Vanderbilt

Mercer at Auburn

Cincinnati at Arkansas

Utah at Florida

Georgia vs. Oregon (Neutral site — Atlanta)

Memphis at Mississippi State

LSU vs. Florida State (Neutral site — New Orleans)

Week 2, Sept. 10

San Jose State at Auburn

Samford at Georgia

Southern at LSU

Central Arkansas at Ole Miss

Appalachian State at Texas A&M

Wake Forest at Vanderbilt

Kentucky at Florida

South Carolina at Arkansas

Mississippi State at Arizona

Missouri at Kansas State

Alabama at Texas

Tennessee at Pittsburgh

Week 3, Sept. 17

UL Monroe at Alabama

Missouri State at Arkansas

South Florida at Florida

Youngstown State at Kentucky

Abilene Christian at Missouri

Akron at Tennessee

Vanderbilt at Northern Illinois

Penn State at Auburn

Ole Miss at Georgia Tech

Miami at Texas A&M

Mississippi State at LSU

Georgia at South Carolina

Week 4, Sept. 24

Kent State at Georgia

Northern Illinois at Kentucky

New Mexico at LSU

Tulsa at Ole Miss

Bowling Green at Mississippi State

Charlotte at South Carolina

Florida at Tennessee

Vanderbilt at Alabama

Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (Neutral site — Arlington)

Missouri at Auburn

Week 5, Oct. 1

South Carolina State at South Carolina

Eastern Washington at Florida

Kentucky at Ole Miss

Texas A&M at Mississippi State

Georgia at Missouri

Alabama at Arkansas

LSU at Auburn

Week 6, Oct. 8

Missouri at Florida

South Carolina at Kentucky

Tennessee at LSU

Arkansas at Mississippi State

Ole Miss at Vanderbilt

Texas A&M at Alabama

Auburn at Georgia

Week 7, Oct. 15

Arkansas at BYU

Vanderbilt at Georgia

Alabama at Tennessee

Mississippi State at Kentucky

Auburn at Ole Miss

LSU at Florida

Week 8, Oct. 22

UT Martin at Tennessee

Vanderbilt at Missouri

Texas A&M at South Carolina

Mississippi State at Alabama

Ole Miss at LSU

Week 9, Oct. 29

Missouri at South Carolina

Kentucky at Tennessee

Arkansas at Auburn

Ole Miss at Texas A&M

Florida at Georgia

Week 10, Nov. 5

Liberty at Arkansas

Auburn at Mississippi State

Kentucky at Missouri

South Carolina at Vanderbilt

Florida at Texas A&M

Tennessee at Georgia

Alabama at LSU

Week 11, Nov. 12

South Carolina at Florida

Vanderbilt at Kentucky

Georgia at Mississippi State

Missouri at Tennessee

Alabama at Ole Miss

LSU at Arkansas

Texas A&M at Auburn

Week 12, Nov. 19

Austin Peay at Alabama

Western Kentucky at Auburn


East Tennessee State at Mississippi State

New Mexico State at Missouri

UMass at Texas A&M

Georgia at Kentucky

Tennessee at South Carolina

Florida at Vanderbilt

Ole Miss at Arkansas

Week 13, Nov. 26

Mississippi State at Ole Miss

Arkansas at Missouri

Auburn at Alabama

LSU at Texas A&M

Tennessee at Vanderbilt

Florida at Florida State

Georgia Tech at Georgia

Louisville at Kentucky

South Carolina at Clemson