SEC Football Schedule Grid

We’ve been putting together the SEC Football Schedule Grid now for 16 seasons – since 2007 – plus one season disrupted by Covid-19. To celebrate, we’re gonna dive deep into some SEC football scheduling over the last few years. Do you want to take a guess how many SEC football games have been played since we started this journey?

SEC Football Schedule Grid

SEC Football Schedule Grid

Think about how much history and excitement and tradition and entertainment that’s happened in the Southeastern Conference since the 2007 season. A lot, you say? Well let’s give y’all some facts and maybe answer a few trivia questions.

Since 2007:

  • We’ve put out 17 SEC Football Schedule Grids:
  • 2022 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2021 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2020 SEC Football Covid-19 Schedule Grid
    2020 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2019 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2018 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2017 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2016 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2015 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2014 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2013 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2012 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2011 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2010 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2009 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2008 SEC Football Schedule Grid
    2007 SEC Football Schedule Grid

  • There were 212 weeks of SEC football and 2568 SEC football games originally scheduled to be played during the SEC Football regular seasons between ’07 and ’22.
  • SEC schools have actually played 210 weeks of football during the regular season and 2550 SEC football regular season games.
    SEC Football Records since 2007

  • SEC schools have played in 157 bowl games.
  • SEC schools played a total of 2707 regular season and bowl games.
  • One SEC football schedule was scrapped and changed to an all-SEC regular season due to Covid-19.
  • Florida canceled two games because of hurricanes. In 2016, the Gators home game against LSU was moved from October 8th to Baton Rouge on November 19th because of Hurricane Matthew forcing the Gators to cancel a game against Presbyterian. The very next season – 2017 – the Gators canceled their home opener against Northern Colorado because of Hurricane Irma.
  • Five bowl games SEC schools were supposed play in were canceled because of Covid-19. During the 2020 season, Tennessee out of Liberty Bowl, Gamecocks/Gasparilla Bowl canceled, Missouri out of Music City, and Arkansas/Texas Bowl canceled. For 2021, the Aggies scratched out of the Gator Bowl due to Covid.
  • The 2020 SEC football schedule was drastically changed due to Covid-19. The first three weeks of the season were scrapped – a loss of 126 mostly non-conference games. The 2020 SEC football schedule was updated to an all conference schedule to begin on September 26th and end on December 5th, with the weeks of the 12th and 19th used for makeup games and the SEC Football Championship Game. Remarkably, only two SEC games were canceled from the Covid shortened schedule of 2020 – the Ole Miss at Texas A&M game on 12/12, it was a makeup game from 11/21 and was originally scheduled for 7:00 pm on CBS; and Vanderbilt at Georgia postponed on 12/5, moved to 12/19 and was originally scheduled for 3:00PM on SEC Network before cancellation.
  • Eight SEC football players have won the Heisman Trophy.
  • SEC schools won 11 National Championships, totaling 6 for Bama, 2 for LSU and one each for Auburn, Florida and Georgia.
  • Texas A&M and Missouri joined the SEC. Not to mention Texas and Oklahoma will be joining in 2024.
  • Nick Saban was hired at Alabama and it remains the only season Saban has won less than 10 games while leading the Tide.