The SEC is reportedly moving closer to a 10-game, SEC only schedule for the 2020 season.
Sports Illustrated reported Wednesday that SEC athletic directors met virtually and majority approved the idea of an SEC only, 10-game schedule.
What would Kentucky’s football schedule look like if that were the case?
According to Ross Dellenger of Sports Illustrated, the two added SEC games could be the next two in each team’s rotation.
Kentucky is scheduled to play LSU at home in 2021 and at Ole Miss in 2022.
If a 10-game schedule is approved, those games could be bumped up to 2020.
So Kentucky’s schedule could look like this:
@ Ole Miss
If SEC prezs vote conference-only, 2 additional SEC games could be the next 2 in each team's rotation.
BAMA: UF, VU
AU: SC, MU
ARK: UG, SC
LSU: UK, UT
MSU: VU, UG
OM: UT, UK
TAMU: MU, UF
UF: BAMA, TAMU
UG: ARK, MSU
UK: LSU, OM
MU: TAMU, AU
SC: AU, ARK
UT: OM, LSU
VU: MSU, BAMA
— Ross Dellenger (@RossDellenger) July 29, 2020