2020 SeasonAll times ET
- SEC unveils new foes for conference teams
- SEC protocols include masks for sideline coaches
- SEC adjusts start of football practices to Aug. 17
- SEC to play 10-game, conference-only schedule
The SEC announced the opponents for every team in the league for the 2020 football season for it's 10-game conference-only schedule and the SEC Network crew of Dari Nowkhah and Chris Doering break it down. Then, the final callers of the week react to the release.
The SEC revealed each school's additional two league football games on Friday as the league gets set for a 10-game conference-only slate.
Coaches and players who are not competing in SEC football games will be required to wear a face mask or neck gaiter. Competing players must wear a neck gaiter during timeouts or when conferring with coaches on the sideline.
The SEC has pushed back the start of football practices from this Friday to Aug. 17, the conference announced Tuesday.
The SEC has joined the Big Ten and Pac-12 in moving to a conference-only schedule, which means some historic rivalry games against the ACC won't be played. What else does the league's decision mean?
The SEC presidents and chancellors on Thursday approved a 10-game, conference-only football schedule for the fall that begins on Sept. 26. The SEC title game is scheduled for Dec. 19.
The end of July was pegged as a target for making college football scheduling decisions, but don't be surprised if the remaining Power 5 conferences wait longer to announce their plans.
Williams, 21, was arrested Friday morning and released from the Lafayette County Detention Center on Friday afternoon. He was issued a $25,000 bond.
Former college football coach Tommy Tuberville beat former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions in Tuesday's Alabama Republican Senate runoff. He will face incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Doug Jones on the November ballot.
You can argue they're the two most important people on the field. So who are the top QB-coach duos in college football?
From Mississippi State to Texas A&M to Clemson, current and former athletes are more involved with campus causes -- and their activism has helped fight racial inequality.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday signed a bill to retire the last state flag in the U.S. with the Confederate battle emblem following widespread, increased pressure as protests against racial injustice have focused attention on Confederate symbols.
Five years before Mississippi voted to change its flag, one writer spent seven weeks there in search of the allure of football, the stains of the Confederacy and the meaning of honorable change.
Mississippi lawmakers voted Sunday to retire the Confederate battle emblem from its state flag, following widespread, increased pressure that came in part from the world of sports.
Ole Miss' Lane Kiffin and Mississippi State's Mike Leach were among a group of 46 coaches and administrators from eight universities in Mississippi to lobby the legislature to remove the Confederate emblem from the state flag.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey threatened to not host any future conference championship events in Mississippi until the state changes its flag.