By Berry Tramel
Few things in college football are more consistent than Southeastern Conference scheduling. The model is well-known and well-followed:
* One game against a fellow Power 5 opponent, preferably at a neutral site;
* One game against a Division I-AA opponent;
* Two games against mid-majors, at home, of course.
In 2020, the only exceptions to that rule among the 14 SEC teams are Georgia (the Bulldogs play two Power 5 foes), Missouri (the Tigers play Brigham Young instead of a Power 5) and LSU (the Bayou Bengals are playing Rice in the Houston Texans’ NRG Stadium).
Today with the SEC, we conclude our series on ranking non-conference schedules.
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