Georgia and Alabama didn’t appear to draw any heavyweights when the SEC announced the additional two conferences games on Friday. Georgia got a home game with Miss State and a road game against Arkansas. The Tide on the other hand picked up a road game against Missouri and a home game against Kentucky. Mississippi State was 3-5 in the SEC last year, while Arkansas didn’t win a league game. Kentucky and Missouri both went 3-5 in conference play in 2019. The SEC announced earlier this summer that they were going to a conference only schedule of ten games amidst the coronavirus pandemic. The season will kick on September 26th, but the league still hasn’t announced the dates for the conference match-ups.