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  • Kentucky's 3 "permanent" BB SEC opponents: Florida, Tennessee & Vanderbilt

    Destin, Fla. – The Southeastern Conference has announced a men’s basketball scheduling model beginning in 2015-16 that features three permanent opponents.

    Each SEC team will play the other 13 teams at least one time during league play. They will then play their three permanent opponents a second time and the remaining two games will be scheduled on a rotating basis.

    The 2016 men’s basketball schedule will be announced in August.

    Permanent Opponents
    Alabama – Auburn / Mississippi State / LSU
    Arkansas – Missouri / Texas A&M / LSU
    Auburn – Alabama / Ole Miss / Georgia
    Florida – Kentucky / Georgia / Vanderbilt
    Georgia – South Carolina / Florida / Auburn
    Kentucky – Florida / Tennessee / Vanderbilt
    LSU – Texas A&M / Alabama / Arkansas
    Ole Miss – Mississippi State / Auburn / Missouri
    Mississippi State – Ole Miss / Alabama / South Carolina
    Missouri – Arkansas / Texas A&M / Ole Miss
    South Carolina – Georgia / Tennessee / Mississippi State
    Tennessee – Vanderbilt / Kentucky / South Carolina
    Texas A&M – LSU / Arkansas / Missouri
    Vanderbilt – Tennessee / Kentucky / Florida
    Comments 5 Comments
    1. CitizenBBN's Avatar
      CitizenBBN -
      Would love to have seen the discussion over who got the guaranteed UK home game every year.
    1. bigsky's Avatar
      bigsky -
      Quote Originally Posted by CitizenBBN View Post
      Would love to have seen the discussion over who got the guaranteed UK home game every year.
      $$$
    1. KeithKSR's Avatar
      KeithKSR -
      If Florida doesn't maintain the program Donovan built Florida may not stay on that list.
    1. UKHistory's Avatar
      UKHistory -
      Good point Keith about Florida. Tennessee for tradition sake and Vandy for proximity makes good sense. Should the Gators falter I can see Arkansas or Auburn with Pearl replacing them--if the league chooses this scheduling method for any period of time.
    1. Doc's Avatar
      Doc -
      Quote Originally Posted by UKHistory View Post
      Good point Keith about Florida. Tennessee for tradition sake and Vandy for proximity makes good sense. Should the Gators falter I can see Arkansas or Auburn with Pearl replacing them--if the league chooses this scheduling method for any period of time.
      My thoughts would have certainly been TN then Arkansas followed by FL.
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