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The LSU-Ole Miss game that was originally slated for this weekend at Tiger Stadium (Dec. 5) has officially been rescheduled for Dec. 19 in Baton Rouge, the SEC announced.

Kickoff and TV Networks TBD. Per The SEC:
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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – LSU Football will play host to Ole Miss on Dec. 19, as the Southeastern Conference announced its schedule for the final two weekends of the regular season on Friday.

The SEC announced football games to be played on Dec. 12 and Dec. 19 as a result of game postponements during the 2020 season due to the impact of COVID-19.

This rescheduling of games allows for the continued opportunity for all 14 SEC teams to each play 10 games in the 2020 season. The revised schedule is contingent on the absence of additional postponements prior to Dec. 12.

Game times and television-network assignments for these weekends are expected to be announced on Sunday, Dec. 9.

Prior to the 2020 season, Dec. 12 was designated as an open date for all schools in order to reschedule postponements that developed during the season due to the impact of COVID-19. Dec. 19 is the date of the SEC Football Championship Game to be played in Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Teams that do not qualify for the championship game are eligible to play rescheduled games on Dec. 19.

Schedule of SEC Football Games for December 12:
LSU at Florida (rescheduled from October 17)
Auburn at Mississippi State (rescheduled from November 14)
Georgia at Missouri (rescheduled from November 14)
Ole Miss at Texas A&M (rescheduled from November 21)
Tennessee at Vanderbilt (rescheduled from November 28)
Alabama at Arkansas (rescheduled from December 5)

Schedule of SEC Football games for December 19:
* Texas A&M at Tennessee (rescheduled from November 14)
Ole Miss at LSU (rescheduled from December 5)
Missouri at Mississippi State (rescheduled from December 5)
# Vanderbilt at Georgia (rescheduled from December 5)
SEC Football Championship, Atlanta, 8 pm ET/7 pm CT

* Should Texas A&M qualify for the SEC Championship Game on December 19, the Texas A&M at Tennessee game would be declared a no-contest and Texas A&M would represent the Western Division in the SEC title game.

# Should Georgia qualify for the SEC Championship Game on December 19, the Vanderbilt at Georgia game would be declared a no-contest and Georgia would represent the Eastern Division in the SEC title game.
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3pm SEC Network
Reply5 months
11 am Jefferson pilot
Reply5 months
Just stop already. How many more games do we have to lose?!
Reply5 months
The nightmare that never ends
Reply5 months
This is silly. Just start getting ready for next year.
Reply5 months
Uhhhh, what do you think these games are providing? Hmmmm, getting ready for next year perhaps? Live reps against an SEC opponent can't be simulated.
5 months
They better not frick us with another night game. Kiss of death for that Mississippi State game.
Reply5 months
Yes, we lost because of the kickoff time. Jeeeeeeez
5 months
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