Correct. No one ever seems to give us credit for all of the SEC games sandwiched around UT Martin. I guess conference games don't count as quality games, unless you're in the ACC.Our rivals will still complain about our schedule and say it is "easy", "cupcake". "Blah blah blah UT Martin."
The SEC made the call, not UA. All of the national whining about the down game the week before rivalry week finally paid off.I was really wondering about that UT Martin game, thinking it must be listed in the wrong spot. But looking at it closer, we are always a bit down the week after LSU, so maybe that game is in the right spot. But A&M and Auburn back to back. VERY interesting finish. Maybe we can get Tua and the Wide Outs to hang around another year!
IF we lose to UGA in the third game of the year then the rest of our opponents for the year will be cursing Georgia because they will awaken a sleeping giant. I do not care about losing all that experience. CNS is one of the best at using failure to motivate his players. I would imagine a very mean team the rest of the year. As far as playing the Barn after A&M I am not particularly worried. I'm not even sure Malzahn will still be the coach in 2020.So we play A&M and AU plays LSU the week before the Iron Bowl. That's.....different. Third game against UGA is a heck of way to start the season..
That sounds right..... 2011 @Penn St, which was AJ's 1st Career Road Start.Is it true that we have not played a true ooc road game since 2011?
I'm not going to lie. I'm a bit worried about 2020
The 2020 SEC Championship Game is slated for Saturday, Dec.5, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
Date Opponent Sept. 5 vs. Southern Cal (Arlington) Sept. 12 GEORGIA STATE Sept. 19 GEORGIA Sept. 26 KENT STATE Oct. 3 at Ole Miss Oct. 10 at Arkansas Oct. 17 MISSISSIPPI STATE Oct. 24 at Tennessee Oct. 31 BYE Nov. 7 at LSU Nov. 14 UT-MARTIN Nov. 21 TEXAS A&M Nov. 28 AUBURN