Posted: Monday, May 19th 2014 at 11:37pm
SEC announces non-division rotating opponents through 2025
By The Associated Press
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Auburn and Florida aren't scheduled to meet on the football field again until 2019.
The Southeastern Conference announced Monday the non-division opponents each team will face through 2025. Under the format of the eight-game conference schedule, each team plays all of its six divisional rivals plus one permanent foe and one rotating opponent from the opposite division each year.
The Auburn-Florida series is one of several matchups taking a hiatus. The Tigers and Gators won't meet in the regular season until 2019 in Gainesville. They'll meet again in 2024 at Auburn.
The 2015 rotating interdivisional matchups include Alabama at Georgia, Arkansas at Tennessee, Auburn at Kentucky, Mississippi at Florida, LSU at South Carolina, Mississippi State at Missouri and Texas A&M at Vanderbilt. The 2014 conference schedules were released last year.
GEORGIA'S ROTATING WESTERN DIVISION OPPONENTS THROUGH 2023
2015 vs Bama
2016 at Ole Miss
2017 vs Miss St
2018 at LSU
2019 vs Texas A&M
2020 at Bama
2021 vs Arkansas
2022 at Miss St
2023 vs Ole Miss
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