The SEC 2023 football schedule will be released on the evening of Tuesday, September 20, the conference announce Via in-game promotions on Saturdays.
The full 2023 SEC football schedule will be revealed on Tuesday at 7:00 PM ET / 6:00 PM CT in a special schedule release show on SEC Network.
The Vanderbilt Commodores will be the first SEC team to start the 2023 season. Vandy is scheduled to host the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors in Week Zero on Saturday, August 26, 2023.
The 12 SEC teams will begin their seasons in the first week on Saturday, September 2, 2023. Featured non-conference games to open the season include Florida in Utah, South Carolina vs. North Carolina (in Charlotte, NC), and Tennessee vs. Virginia (in Nashville, Tenn.) ). Additionally, LSU will face Florida State in Orlando, Florida on Sunday, September 3.
And soon Oklahoma and Texas Longhorns now She is scheduled to join the SEC for the 2025 season. Neither school is likely to leave the Big 12 early and play in the SEC in 2023, which was backed up by a recent statement from SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey.
SEC commish Greg Sankey said, in light of the recent canceled Oklahoma-Georgia series, that the fact that Alabama-Texas is still scheduled for next year “is a good sign that the conference alignment will remain that way next year.”
— Sam Khan Jr. (@skhanjr) September 18 2022
Here are the opponents of each SEC team in 2023 and links to their tables (option rotation in italics):
residence: Arkansas, LSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee
far: Auburn, Mississippi, Texas A&M, Kentucky
residence: Auburn, Mississippi, Texas A&M, Missouri
far: Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss, Florida
residence: Alabama, Ole Miss, Mississippi, Georgia
far: Arkansas, LSU, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
residence: Georgia, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Arkansas
far: Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina, LSU
residence: Kentucky, Missouri, South Carolina, Be a beauty queen
far: Florida, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Auburn
residence: Florida, Missouri, Tennessee, Alabama
far: Georgia, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Mississippi
residence: Arkansas, Auburn, Texas A&M, Florida
far: Alabama, All Miss, Mississippi, Missouri
residence: Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss, Kentucky
far: Arkansas, Auburn, Texas A&M, South Carolina
residence: Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee, LSU
far: Georgia, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Arkansas
residence: Arkansas, LSU, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt
far: Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi, Georgia
residence: Florida, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, Mississippi
far: Georgia, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas A&M
residence: Georgia, South Carolina, Vanderbilt, Texas A&M
far: Florida, Kentucky, Missouri, Alabama
residence: Alabama, Auburn, Mississippi, South Carolina
far: Arkansas, LSU, Ole Miss, Tennessee
residence: Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, Auburn
far: Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee, All Miss