The SEC released its future football rotating schedule on Monday, revealing the cross-division games each team will face from 2014 through 2025. League officials recently announced that the conference will stick with an eight game format, but will require each team to play an out-of-conference power league team once per year. The eight SEC games are comprised of six divisional opponents, one permanent cross-division game, and one rotating contest.
Following is a look at each team’s rotating schedule for the next 12 years. You’ll notice that each cross-division game is different each year, as opposed to the back-to-back scheduling teams experienced prior to 2014.