South Carolina-Texas A&M game to start 2014 season for SEC

Wednesday, Aug 21, 2013 11:52 AM
Last updated 7:41 PM
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — The Southeastern Conference announced that South Carolina will host Texas A&M on Aug. 28, 2014 in the first conference football game to be televised on the SEC Network.

The conference released its full 2014 league schedule on Wednesday, which includes eight games for all 14 teams. The schedule uses a 6-1-1 format that includes six games against all division opponents, one permanent non-divisional opponent and one rotating non-divisional opponent.

The SEC’s leadership is reviewing the scheduling process and changes could be made by 2016.

The SEC Network is scheduled to debut on Aug. 21, 2014 and will have one week on air to prepare for the South Carolina-Texas A&M showdown.

The league’s championship game will be played at the Georgia Dome for the 23rd consecutive year on Dec. 6, 2014.


August 30 vs. Clemson

September 13 at South Carolina

September 20 vs. Troy

September 27 vs. Tennessee

October 4 vs. Vanderbilt

October 11 at Missouri

October 18 at Arkansas

November 1 vs. Florida (Jacksonville, Fla.)

November 8 at Kentucky

November 15 vs. Auburn

November 22 vs. Charleston Southern

November 29 vs. Georgia Tech


August 28 vs Texas A&M

September 6 vs East Carolina

September 13 vs Georgia

September 20 at Vanderbilt

September 27 vs Missouri

October 4 at Kentucky

October 18 vs Furman

October 25 at Auburn

November 1 vs Tennessee

November 15 at Florida

November 22 vs South Alabama

November 29 at Clemson

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bdouglas 08/21/13 - 01:27 pm
What do the asterisks mean?

What do the asterisks mean? You can't put an asterisk with no explanation...kinda pointless.

Sean Moores
Sean Moores 08/21/13 - 01:41 pm
@ bdouglas

It looks like they are the SEC games South Carolina plays. I don't know why we have them for USC and not UGA. I'll remove them.

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