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SEC Men's Basketball Schedule Format Announced

SEC Men's Basketball Schedule Format Announced

DESTIN, Fla. – The Southeastern Conference has announced a men's basketball scheduling model beginning in 2015-16 that features three permanent opponents for each of the league's schools.

Texas A&M's permanent opponents will be Arkansas, LSU and Missouri.

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 2016 men's basketball schedule will be announced in August.

SEC MEN'S BASKETBALL 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

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