Inside SEC’s AD Meetings: The Fight to Preserve Marquee Non-Conference Games, Rivalry Clashes

On Sept. 12, the second week of the college football regular season, the SEC, ACC and Big 12 are scheduled to hold something similar to Major League Baseball’s interleague play. LSU will host Texas, Tennessee plays at Oklahoma, Auburn and North Carolina meet in Atlanta, and Mississippi State will travel to NC State.

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Source: 2020 college football season: SEC’s possible plans coming into focus – Sports Illustrated

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