SEC officially moves Kentucky-Georgia to Oct. 31, UK-Missouri to Oct. 24
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SEC officially moves Kentucky-Georgia to Oct. 31, UK-Missouri to Oct. 24

Zack Geogheganabout 1 year

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NCAA Football: Vanderbilt at Georgia
<small>(Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports)</small>
[caption id="attachment_249378" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] (Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports)[/caption] Just a short while after the news began to leak out, the SEC went ahead and confirmed the announcement: Kentucky and Georgia will now play on Oct. 31. According to the SEC's press release, the UK-UGA game will be moved from Oct. 24 to Oct. 31 with the Kentucky-Missouri game moving up one weekend to replace it on Oct. 24. This scheduling move comes as a result of two SEC games originally planned for Saturday, Oct. 17 (Vanderbilt-Missouri and Florida-LSU) that were postponed earlier this week due to positive coronavirus tests. https://twitter.com/UKFootball/status/1317243278857801728 https://twitter.com/SEC/status/1317238935257534466 Florida, who has been forced to pause all football-related activities due to virus concerns, will now face Missouri on Oct. 31, which is why the 'Cats will play Mizzou the week prior on Oct. 24. The Vandy-Mizzou and Florida-LSU game have both been moved to early December. Let's hope this doesn't get any more confusing...

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2021-12-02