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SEC releases 2018 conference schedule

The SEC logo is shown outside of the Hyatt Regency hotel for the NCAA college football Southeastern Conference’s annual media gathering, Monday, July 10, 2017, in Hoover, Ala. (AP Photo/Butch Dill)

You can start making your travel arrangements for 2018’s SEC football games.

The conference announced its schedule for next season Tuesday. The SEC Championship Game will be played on Sat. Dec. 1 and the rotating cross-division games for the season are Alabama-Missouri, Arkansas-Vanderbilt, Auburn-Tennessee, Florida-Mississippi State, Georgia-LSU, Kentucky-Texas A&M and Ole Miss-South Carolina.

The games mark the first rematches in these rotating games since the conference expanded to 14 teams with Missouri and Texas A&M before the 2012 season. Mizzou plays Auburn on Saturday. The two sets of Tigers are the only two teams to not have played a regular-season conference game against each other.

Here’s what the team by team schedule looks like:

ALABAMA

Sept. 15: @ Ole Miss
Sept. 22: Texas A&M
Oct. 6: @ Arkansas
Oct. 13: Missouri
Oct. 20: @ Tennessee
Nov. 3: @ LSU
Nov. 10: Mississippi State
Nov. 24: Auburn

ARKANSAS

Sept. 22: @ Auburn
Sep. 29: vs. Texas A&M
Oct. 6: Alabama
Oct. 13: Ole Miss
Oct. 27: Vanderbilt
Nov. 10: LSU
Nov. 17: @ Mississippi State
Nov. 24: @ Missouri

AUBURN

Sept 15: LSU
Sept. 22: Arkansas
Oct. 6: @ Mississippi State
Oct. 13: Tennessee
Oct. 20: @ Ole Miss
Nov. 3: Texas A&M
Nov. 10: @ Georgia
Nov. 24: @ Alabama

FLORIDA

Sept. 8: Kentucky
Sept. 22: Tennessee
Sept. 29: @ Mississippi State
Oct. 6: LSU
Oct. 13: @ Vanderbilt
Oct. 27: vs. Georgia
Nov. 3: Missouri
Nov. 10: South Carolina

GEORGIA

Sept. 8: @ South Carolina
Sept. 22: @ Missouri
Sept. 29: Tennessee
Oct. 6: Vanderbilt
Oct. 13: LSU
Oct. 27: vs. Florida
Nov. 3: @ Kentucky
Nov. 10: Auburn

KENTUCKY

Sept. 8: @ Florida
Sept. 22: Mississippi State
Sept. 29: South Carolina
Oct. 6: @ Texas A&M
Oct. 20: Vanderbilt
Oct. 27: @ Missouri
Nov. 3: Georgia
Nov. 10: @ Tennessee

LSU

Sept. 15: @ Auburn
Sept. 29: Ole Miss
Oct. 6: @ Florida
Oct. 13: Georgia
Oct. 20: Mississippi State
Nov. 3: Alabama
Nov. 10: @ Arkansas
Nov. 24: @ Texas A&M

OLE MISS

Sept 15: Alabama
Sept. 29: @ LSU
Oct. 13: @ Arkansas
Oct. 20: Auburn
Nov. 3: South Carolina
Nov. 10: @ Texas A&M
Nov. 17: @ Vanderbilt
Nov. 22: Mississippi State

MISSISSIPPI STATE

Sept. 22: @ Kentucky
Sept. 29: Florida
Oct. 6: Auburn
Oct. 20: @ LSU
Oct. 27: Texas A&M
Nov. 10: @ Alabama
Nov. 17: Arkansas
Nov. 22: @ Ole Miss

MISSOURI

Sept. 22: Georgia
Oct. 6: @ South Carolina
Oct. 13: @ Alabama
Oct. 27: Kentucky
Nov. 3: @ Florida
Nov. 10: Vanderbilt
Nov. 17: @ Tennessee
Nov. 24: Arkansas

SOUTH CAROLINA

Sept. 8: Georgia
Sept. 22: @ Vanderbilt
Sept. 29: @ Kentucky
Oct. 6: Missouri
Oct. 13: Texas A&M
Oct. 27: Tennessee
Nov. 3: @ Ole Miss
Nov. 10: @ Florida

TENNESSEE

Sept. 22: Florida
Sept. 29: @ Georgia
Oct. 13: @ Auburn
Oct. 20: Alabama
Oct. 27: @ South Carolina
Nov. 10: Kentucky
Nov. 17: Missouri
Nov. 24: Vanderbilt

TEXAS A&M

Sept. 22: @ Alabama
Sept. 29: vs. Arkansas
Oct. 6: Kentucky
Oct. 13: @ South Carolina
Oct. 27: @ Mississippi State
Nov. 3: @ Auburn
Nov. 10: Ole Miss
Nov. 24: LSU

VANDERBILT

Sept. 22: South Carolina
Oct 6: @ Georgia
Oct. 13: Florida
Oct. 20: Kentucky
Oct. 27: @ Arkansas
Nov. 10: @ Missouri
Nov. 17: Ole Miss
Nov. 24: Tennessee

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