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BATON ROUGE – LSU will not be playing Southeastern Conference East power Georgia in football again until 2018, while Alabama travels to Georgia in 2015, according to the future schedules through 2025 involving rotating opponents from the SEC West and East divisions just released by the SEC office on Monday afternoon.
Here is the complete story: http://www.secdigitalnetwork.com/NEWS/tabid/473/Article/251196/future-sec-football-schedule-rotation-announced.aspx. LSU hosts Kentucky, typically one of the weaker SEC East teams, this season before traveling to South Carolina in 2015, hosting 2013 SEC East champion Missouri in 2016, traveling to Tennessee in 2017, hosting Georgia in 2018 and traveling to Vanderbilt in 2019. South Carolina plays at LSU in 2020. LSU travels to Kentucky in 2021. Tennessee visits LSU in 2022. The Tigers finally will play at Missouri in 2023, then host Vanderbilt in 2024 and play at Georgia in 2025.
LSU’s permanent opponents in the SEC’s eight-game schedule are Florida from the East and West teams Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Texas A&M.
Alabama, meanwhile, hosts Florida this season, travels to Georgia in 2015, hosts Kentucky in 2016, travels to Vanderbilt in 2017, hosts Missouri in 2018 and travels to South Carolina in 2019.