The SEC has revealed the opponents for each league team for next season. For Alabama, this means home-and-homes with their three permanent opponents - Auburn, LSU and Mississippi State - and their rotating home-and-home this season will be Texas A&M and Vanderbilt.
Alabama will host Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and Ole Miss, and will travel to Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee and South Carolina. That's a pretty good slate of conference home games for the fans to check out this season. The permanent opponents - Auburn, LSU and Mississippi State - are all expected to be in contention for NCAA berths this season.
It's shaping up as another tough year in the league following a 2017-18 season that saw a record eight teams from the league make the NCAA Tournament. With many star players choosing to return to school next season, an influx of talented freshmen, and a coaching pool that recently added Tom Crean and Kermit Davis, the SEC could make a serious challenge for the best conference, from top to bottom, in college basketball next season. Who's ready for November?
Here's how the schedule shapes up so far:
Charleston Classic [Appalachian St, Ball St, Davidson, Northeastern, Purdue, Virginia Tech, Wichita State]
at Rhode Island??? (it's been reported this game may not happen, at least not this season)
Arizona (wouldn't shock me if, assuming Alabama only plays one game in Birmingham this season, this is the Vulcan Classic game)
at Baylor [Big 12/SEC Challenge]
Conference Home Games: Auburn, Mississippi State, LSU, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Ole Miss
Conference Road Games: Auburn, Mississippi State, LSU, Texas A&M, Vanderbilt, Arkansas, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee