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The SEC has announced its 2017 schedule

The SEC released its 2017 schedule on Tuesday night, evoking sighs of relief among local bar, restaurant and hotel owners and brides-to-be across the Southland. In addition to the old stand-by conference games, the SEC will once again play the nation's most challenging non-conference slate. Florida State, Michigan, Clemson, Notre Dame, UCLA and TCU are among the non-conference foes that will take on SEC teams next season.

Considering we barely know anything about the 2016 SEC season at this point, it would be a fool's errand to break down each team's 2017 slate. Instead, we've cherry-picked a few games each week CBS and ESPN will be most interested in when their draft comes up next off-season.

Sept. 2
Alabama vs. Florida State (Atlanta)
Florida vs. Michigan (Dallas)
LSU vs. BYU (Houston)
Texas A&M at UCLA
Tennessee vs. Georgia Tech (Atlanta, Monday)

Sept. 9
TCU at Arkansas
Auburn at Clemson
Georgia at Notre Dame

Sept. 16
Tennessee at Florida
Ole Miss at California
LSU at Mississippi State

Sept. 23
Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (Dallas)
Syracuse at LSU
Mississippi State at Georgia

Sept. 30
Ole Miss at Alabama
Georgia at Tennessee
South Carolina at Texas A&M

Oct. 7
Ole Miss at Auburn
Florida at LSU
Alabama at Texas A&M

Oct. 14
Arkansas at Alabama
Texas A&M at Florida
Auburn at LSU

Oct. 21
Tennessee at Alabama
Auburn at Arkansas
LSU at Ole Miss

Oct. 28
Georgia vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Arkansas at Ole Miss

Nov. 4
LSU at Alabama
South Carolina at Georgia
Auburn at Texas A&M

Nov. 11
Georgia at Auburn
Arkansas at LSU
Florida at South Carolina

Nov. 18
LSU at Tennessee
Texas A&M at Ole Miss
Mississippi State at Arkansas

Nov. 25
Ole Miss at Mississippi State (Thanksgiving)
Alabama at Auburn
Florida State at Florida
Georgia at Georgia Tech
Louisville at Kentucky
Texas A&M at LSU
Clemson at South Carolina
Missouri at Arkansas
Vanderbilt at Tennessee

Dec. 2
SEC Championship (Atlanta)

The full schedule can be found here.

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