After announcing a 10-game conference-only schedule for its members in 2020 late last month, the SEC unveiled the two additional cross-divisional contests for each program on Friday.
Alabama: vs. Kentucky, at Missouri
Arkansas: vs. Georgia, at Florida
Auburn: vs. Tennessee, at South Carolina
LSU: vs. Missouri, at Vanderbilt
Ole Miss: vs. South Carolina, at Kentucky
Mississippi State: vs. Vanderbilt, at Georgia
Texas A&M: vs. Florida, at Tennessee
Florida: vs. Arkansas, at Texas A&M
Georgia: vs. Mississippi State, at Arkansas
Kentucky: vs. Ole Miss, at Alabama
Missouri: vs. Alabama, at LSU
South Carolina: vs. Auburn, at Ole Miss
Tennessee: vs. Texas A&M, at Auburn
Vanderbilt: vs. LSU, at Mississippi State
There are a number of attractive matchups among the added games, including Auburn hosting Tennessee, Florida traveling to Texas A&M, and Mississippi State heading to Georgia.
The most bite was certainly added to Arkansas' and Missouri's schedules, with the Razorbacks now hosting Georgia and going to Florida, and the Tigers visiting defending champion LSU and welcoming Alabama. Arkansas athletic director Hunter Yurachek told Brett McMurphy of Stadium that "we now own the most challenging schedule in the history of college football."
The SEC is slated to begin its 2020 campaign on Sept. 26.