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Alabama Football's Revised 2020 Conference-Only Schedule Released By SEC

The Southeastern Conference revealed its full 2020 football schedule on Monday night on the SEC Network

You knew the opponents, now you know the locations and dates. 

On Monday night, the SEC revealed its full revised, 10-game, conference-only football schedule for the 2020 season on SEC Now on the league's television network.

For the University of Alabama, the Crimson Tide will kick things off in Columbia, MI. against the Missouri Tigers, then will open the home schedule, at Bryant-Denny Stadium, up on Oct. 3 against Texas A&M. 

Oct. 10 will see Alabama take a road trip to Oxford to face the Rebels of Ole Miss before a highly-anticipated meeting between Georgia and the Crimson Tide on Oct. 17. 

The annual 'Third Saturday in October' meeting between Tennessee and Alabama will take place in Knoxville on Oct. 24. In a normal year, the Crimson Tide would get a bye week during Halloween weekend, but instead, will welcome the Mississippi State Bulldogs to Tuscaloosa on Oct. 31. 

That just happens to be Nick Saban's birthday. 

Alabama's bye week will come the weekend of Nov. 7, before the Crimson Tide travels to Baton Rouge for a grudge match against the defending national champion, LSU Tigers, on Nov. 14. 

During the final two weekends in November, the Crimson Tide will have back-to-back home contests, first against Kentucky on Nov. 21, then the Iron Bowl showdown with Auburn on Nov. 28. 

Alabama will finish the regular season with a trip to Fayetteville on Dec. 5 to clash with the Arkansas Razorbacks. 

As for playing a 10-game SEC-only schedule, Saban has no problem with it:

"I’ve been a guy that’s been wanting to play 10 SEC games for a long time, so this year we get to do that," he said during his press conference Monday. "I think it’s good for our players who get the opportunity to create value against 10 really quality opponents in our league. And I think it’s going to be very challenging because it’s going to be every week, you’re going to have a very, very good opponent. But I think it’s good for the fans. Hopefully, it will create a lot of interest, and I’m pleased with it. 

"I looked at this schedule, and I think they did it as fairly as possible."

The 11-week regular season will culminate on Dec. 19 in Atlanta at Mercedes-Benz Stadium for the conference's championship game. 

2020 Alabama football schedule

Sept. 26 at Missouri 

Oct. 3 vs Texas A&M 

Oct. 10 at Ole Miss

Oct. 17 vs Georgia 

Oct. 24 at Tennessee

Oct. 31 vs Mississippi State 

Nov. 14 at LSU

Nov. 21 vs Kentucky 

Nov. 28 vs Auburn

Dec. 5 at Arkansas

2020 SEC Football Schedule 

Week-by-Week

September 26

Alabama at Missouri

Georgia at Arkansas

Kentucky at Auburn

Mississippi State at LSU

Florida at Ole Miss

Tennessee at South Carolina

Vanderbilt at Texas A&M

October 3

Texas A&M at Alabama

Arkansas at Mississippi State

Auburn at Georgia

South Carolina at Florida

Ole Miss at Kentucky

LSU at Vanderbilt

Missouri at Tennessee

October 10

Alabama at Ole Miss

Arkansas at Auburn

Florida at Texas A&M

Tennessee at Georgia

Mississippi State at Kentucky

Missouri at LSU

South Carolina at Vanderbilt

October 17

Georgia at Alabama

Ole Miss at Arkansas

Auburn at South Carolina

LSU at Florida

Kentucky at Tennessee

Texas A&M at Mississippi State

Vanderbilt at Missouri

October 24

Alabama at Tennessee

Auburn at Ole Miss

Missouri at Florida

Georgia at Kentucky

South Carolina at LSU

October 31

Mississippi State at Alabama

Arkansas at Texas A&M

LSU at Auburn

Kentucky at Missouri

Ole Miss at Vanderbilt

November 7

Tennessee at Arkansas

Florida vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)

Vanderbilt at Mississippi State

Texas A&M at South Carolina

November 14

Alabama at LSU

Arkansas at Florida

Auburn at Mississippi State

Georgia at Missouri

Vanderbilt at Kentucky

South Carolina at Ole Miss

Texas A&M at Tennessee

November 21

Kentucky at Alabama

LSU at Arkansas

Tennessee at Auburn

Florida at Vanderbilt

Mississippi State at Georgia

Ole Miss at Texas A&M

Missouri at South Carolina

November 28

Auburn at Alabama

Arkansas at Missouri

Kentucky at Florida

Georgia at South Carolina

LSU at Texas A&M

Mississippi State at Ole Miss

Tennessee at Vanderbilt

December 5

Alabama at Arkansas

Texas A&M at Auburn

Florida at Tennessee

Vanderbilt at Georgia

South Carolina at Kentucky

Ole Miss at LSU

Missouri at Mississippi State

December 12

Open Date

December 19

SEC Football Championship (Atlanta)

2020 schedule with helmets

Other Team-by-Team Schedules

ARKANSAS

Sept. 26 GEORGIA

Oct. 3 at Mississippi State

Oct. 10 at Auburn

Oct. 17 OLE MISS

Oct. 24 Open

Oct. 31 at Texas A&M

Nov. 7 TENNESSEE

Nov. 14 at Florida

Nov. 21 LSU

Nov. 28 at Missouri

Dec. 5 ALABAMA

AUBURN

Sept. 26 KENTUCKY

Oct. 3 at Georgia

Oct. 10 ARKANSAS

Oct. 17 at South Carolina

Oct. 24 at Ole Miss

Oct. 31 LSU       

Nov. 7 Open

Nov. 14 at Mississippi State

Nov. 21 TENNESSEE        

Nov. 28 at Alabama

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Dec. 5 TEXAS A&M

FLORIDA

Sept. 26 at Ole Miss

Oct. 3 SOUTH CAROLINA

Oct. 10 at Texas A&M

Oct. 17 LSU

Oct. 24 MISSOURI

Oct. 31 Open

Nov. 7 Georgia (Jacksonville)

Nov. 14 ARKANSAS

Nov. 21 at Vanderbilt

Nov. 28 KENTUCKY

Dec. 5 at Tennessee

GEORGIA

Sept. 26 at Arkansas

Oct. 3 AUBURN

Oct. 10 TENNESSEE

Oct. 17 at Alabama

Oct. 24 at Kentucky

Oct. 31 Open

Nov. 7 Florida (Jacksonville)

Nov. 14 at Missouri

Nov. 21 MISSISSIPPI STATE

Nov. 28 at South Carolina

Dec. 5 VANDERBILT

KENTUCKY

Sept. 26 at Auburn

Oct. 3 OLE MISS

Oct. 10 MISSISSIPPI STATE

Oct. 17 at Tennessee

Oct. 24 GEORGIA

Oct. 31 at Missouri

Nov. 7 Open

Nov. 14 VANDERBILT

Nov. 21 at Alabama

Nov. 28 at Florida

Dec. 5 SOUTH CAROLINA

LSU

Sept. 26 MISSISSIPPI STATE

Oct. 3 at Vanderbilt

Oct. 10 MISSOURI

Oct. 17 at Florida

Oct. 24 SOUTH CAROLINA

Oct. 31 at Auburn

Nov. 7 Open

Nov. 14 ALABAMA

Nov. 21 at Arkansas

Nov. 28 at Texas A&M

Dec. 5 OLE MISS

OLE MISS

Sept. 26 FLORIDA

Oct. 3 at Kentucky

Oct. 10 ALABAMA

Oct. 17 at Arkansas

Oct. 24 AUBURN

Oct. 31 at Vanderbilt

Nov. 7 Open

Nov. 14 SOUTH CAROLINA

Nov. 21 at Texas A&M

Nov. 28 MISSISSIPPI STATE

Dec. 5 at LSU

MISSISSIPPI STATE

Sept. 26 at LSU

Oct. 3 ARKANSAS

Oct. 10 at Kentucky

Oct. 17 TEXAS A&M

Oct. 24 Open

Oct. 31 at Alabama

Nov. 7 VANDERBILT

Nov. 14 AUBURN

Nov. 21 at Georgia

Nov. 28 at Ole Miss

Dec. 5 MISSOURI

MISSOURI

Sept. 26 ALABAMA

Oct. 3 at Tennessee

Oct. 10 at LSU

Oct. 17 VANDERBILT

Oct. 24 at Florida

Oct. 31 KENTUCKY

Nov. 7 Open

Nov. 14 GEORGIA

Nov. 21 at South Carolina

Nov. 28 ARKANSAS

Dec. 5 at Mississippi State

SOUTH CAROLINA

Sept. 26 TENNESSEE

Oct. 3 at Florida

Oct. 10 at Vanderbilt

Oct. 17 AUBURN

Oct. 24 at LSU

Oct. 31 Open

Nov. 7 TEXAS A&M

Nov. 14 at Ole Miss

Nov. 21 MISSOURI

Nov. 28 GEORGIA

Dec. 5 at Kentucky

TENNESSEE

Sept. 26 at South Carolina

Oct. 3 MISSOURI

Oct. 10 at Georgia

Oct. 17 KENTUCKY

Oct. 24 ALABAMA

Oct. 31 Open

Nov. 7 at Arkansas

Nov. 14 TEXAS A&M

Nov. 21 at Auburn

Nov. 28 at Vanderbilt

Dec. 5 FLORIDA

TEXAS A&M

Sept. 26 VANDERBILT

Oct. 3 at Alabama

Oct. 10 FLORIDA

Oct. 17 at Mississippi State

Oct. 24 Open

Oct. 31 ARKANSAS

Nov. 7 at South Carolina

Nov. 14 at Tennessee

Nov. 21 OLE MISS

Nov. 28 LSU

Dec. 5 at Auburn

VANDERBILT

Sept. 26 at Texas A&M

Oct. 3 LSU

Oct. 10 SOUTH CAROLINA

Oct. 17 at Missouri

Oct. 24 Open

Oct. 31 OLE MISS

Nov. 7 at Mississippi State

Nov. 14 at Kentucky

Nov. 21 FLORIDA

Nov. 28 TENNESSEE

Dec. 5 at Georgia