The SEC released its 2015 football schedule for all 14 schools on Tuesday.
One of the changes next season will be that there will be no conference games played in Week 1. There will still be conference games for some teams in Week 2 and 3.
Opening week highlights include South Carolina vs. North Carolina on a Thursday in Charlotte, Alabama vs. Wisconsin in Dallas, Auburn vs. Louisville in Atlanta and Texas A&M vs. Arizona State in Houston.
Georgia will host Alabama on Oct. 3, which will be the first regular-season meeting between the schools since 2008.
The SEC Football Championship will be held Dec. 5 in Atlanta.
The SEC currently has six teams in the AP Poll, including No. 1 Mississippi State and No. 3 Ole Miss.
- Molly Geary