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Birmingham, Ala. - The Southeastern Conference today announced the football schedules for all 14 SEC schools for the 2017 season. The slate includes 56 SEC games in 13 weeks culminating in SEC Championship Game.With 13 playing weekends, the 2017 schedule includes one open date for each team and conference contests scheduled each week beginning the second weekend of September.Each SEC team will play eight conference football games to include six games against division opponents and two games against non-division opponents. One of the non-division opponents will be a permanent annual opponent and the other non-division opponent will rotate each year.The season begins the weekend of September 2 with 14 games, including five neutral site games on opening weekend. The schedule includes two games on non-traditional days, with Tennessee playing Georgia Tech on Monday, Sept. 4, and Ole Miss visiting Mississippi State on Thursday, November 23. It will mark the first year of a multi-year agreement to play the Ole Miss-Mississippi State game on Thanksgiving night.The 2017 season will culminate with the first SEC Championship Game to be played in the new Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Saturday, December 2. It will be the 26th edition of the game and the 24th in the city of Atlanta.Week-by-weekDateGame Week 1Sat., Sept. 2Alabama vs. Florida State (Atlanta)Sat., Sept. 2Florida A&M at Arkansas (Little Rock)Sat., Sept. 2Georgia Southern at AuburnSat., Sept. 2Florida vs. Michigan (Arlington)Sat., Sept. 2Appalachian State at GeorgiaSat., Sept. 2Kentucky at Southern MississippiSat., Sept. 2LSU vs. BYU (Houston)Sat., Sept. 2South Alabama at Ole MissSat., Sept. 2Charleston Southern at Mississippi StateSat., Sept. 2Missouri State at MissouriSat., Sept. 2South Carolina vs. North Carolina State (Charlotte)Sat., Sept. 2Texas A&M at UCLASat., Sept. 2Vanderbilt at Middle TennesseeMon., Sept. 4Tennessee vs. Georgia Tech (Atlanta) Week 2Sat., Sept. 9Fresno State at AlabamaSat., Sept. 9TCU at ArkansasSat., Sept. 9Auburn at ClemsonSat., Sept. 9Northern Colorado at FloridaSat., Sept. 9Georgia at Notre DameSat., Sept. 9Eastern Kentucky at KentuckySat., Sept. 9UT Chattanooga at LSUSat., Sept. 9UT Martin at Ole MissSat., Sept. 9Mississippi State at Louisiana TechSat., Sept. 9South Carolina at MissouriSat., Sept. 9Indiana State at TennesseeSat., Sept. 9Nicholls State at Texas A&MSat., Sept. 9Alabama A&M at Vanderbilt Week 3Sat., Sept. 16Colorado State at AlabamaSat., Sept. 16Mercer at AuburnSat., Sept. 16Tennessee at FloridaSat., Sept. 16Samford at GeorgiaSat., Sept. 16Ole Miss at CaliforniaSat., Sept. 16LSU at Mississippi StateSat., Sept. 16Purdue at MissouriSat., Sept. 16Kentucky at South CarolinaSat., Sept. 16Louisiana-Lafayette at Texas A&MSat., Sept. 16Kansas State at Vanderbilt Week 4Sat., Sept. 23Arkansas vs. Texas A&M (Arlington)Sat., Sept. 23Mississippi State at GeorgiaSat., Sept. 23Florida at KentuckySat., Sept. 23Syracuse at LSUSat., Sept. 23Auburn at MissouriSat., Sept. 23Louisiana Tech at South CarolinaSat., Sept. 23UMass at TennesseeSat., Sept. 23Alabama at Vanderbilt Week 5Sat., Sept. 30Ole Miss at AlabamaSat., Sept. 30New Mexico State at ArkansasSat., Sept. 30Mississippi State at AuburnSat., Sept. 30Vanderbilt at FloridaSat., Sept. 30Eastern Michigan at KentuckySat., Sept. 30Troy at LSUSat., Sept. 30Georgia at TennesseeSat., Sept. 30South Carolina at Texas A&M Week 6Sat., Oct. 7Ole Miss at AuburnSat., Oct. 7Missouri at KentuckySat., Oct. 7Florida at LSU Changed to LSU at FloridaSat., Oct. 7Arkansas at South CarolinaSat., Oct. 7Alabama at Texas A&MSat., Oct. 7Georgia at Vanderbilt Week 7Sat., Oct. 14Arkansas at AlabamaSat., Oct. 14Texas A&M at FloridaSat., Oct. 14Missouri at GeorgiaSat., Oct. 14Auburn at LSUSat., Oct. 14Vanderbilt at Ole MissSat., Oct. 14BYU at Mississippi StateSat., Oct. 14South Carolina at Tennessee Week 8Sat., Oct. 21Tennessee at AlabamaSat., Oct. 21Auburn at ArkansasSat., Oct. 21LSU at Ole MissSat., Oct. 21Kentucky at Mississippi StateSat., Oct. 21Idaho at Missouri Week 9Sat., Oct. 28Georgia vs. Florida (Jacksonville)Sat., Oct. 28Tennessee at KentuckySat., Oct. 28Arkansas at Ole MissSat., Oct. 28Missouri at UConnSat., Oct. 28Vanderbilt at South CarolinaSat., Oct. 28Mississippi State at Texas A&M Week 10Sat., Nov. 4LSU at AlabamaSat., Nov. 4Coastal Carolina at ArkansasSat., Nov. 4South Carolina at GeorgiaSat., Nov. 4Ole Miss at KentuckySat., Nov. 4UMass at Mississippi StateSat., Nov. 4Florida at MissouriSat., Nov. 4Southern Miss at TennesseeSat., Nov. 4Auburn at Texas A&MSat., Nov. 4Western Kentucky at Vanderbilt Week 11Sat., Nov. 11Georgia at AuburnSat., Nov. 11Arkansas at LSUSat., Nov. 11Louisiana-Lafayette at Ole MissSat., Nov. 11Alabama at Mississippi StateSat., Nov. 11Tennessee at MissouriSat., Nov. 11Florida at South CarolinaSat., Nov. 11New Mexico at Texas A&MSat., Nov. 11Kentucky at Vanderbilt Week 12Sat., Nov. 18Mercer at AlabamaSat., Nov. 18Mississippi State at ArkansasSat., Nov. 18Louisiana-Monroe at AuburnSat., Nov. 18UAB at FloridaSat., Nov. 18Kentucky at GeorgiaSat., Nov. 18Texas A&M at Ole MissSat., Nov. 18Wofford at South CarolinaSat., Nov. 18LSU at TennesseeSat., Nov. 18Missouri at Vanderbilt Week 13Thurs., Nov. 23Ole Miss at Mississippi StateSat., Nov. 25Missouri at ArkansasSat., Nov. 25Alabama at AuburnSat., Nov. 25Florida State at FloridaSat., Nov. 25Georgia at Georgia TechSat., Nov. 25Louisville at KentuckySat., Nov. 25Texas A&M at LSUSat., Nov. 25Clemson at South CarolinaSat., Nov. 25Vanderbilt at Tennessee CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPSat., Dec. 2SEC Football Championship Game (Atlanta)Team-By-TeamAlabamaDateOpponentSept. 2vs. Florida State (Atlanta)Sept. 9Fresno StateSept. 16Colorado StateSept. 23at VanderbiltSept. 30Ole MissOct. 7at Texas A&MOct. 14ArkansasOct. 21TennesseeOct. 28OpenNov. 4LSUNov. 11at Mississippi StateNov. 18MercerNov. 25at AuburnArkansasDateOpponentSept. 2vs. Florida A&M (Little Rock)Sept. 9TCUSept. 16OpenSept. 23vs. Texas A&M (Arlington)Sept. 30New Mexico StateOct. 7at South CarolinaOct. 14at AlabamaOct. 21AuburnOct. 28at Ole MissNov. 4Coastal CarolinaNov. 11at LSUNov. 18Mississippi StateNov. 25MissouriAuburnDateOpponentSept. 2Georgia SouthernSept. 9at ClemsonSept. 16MercerSept. 23at MissouriSept. 30Mississippi StateOct. 7Ole MissOct. 14at LSUOct. 21at ArkansasOct. 28OpenNov. 4at Texas A&MNov. 11GeorgiaNov. 18Louisiana-MonroeNov. 25AlabamaFloridaDateOpponentSept. 2vs. Michigan (Arlington)Sept. 9Northern ColoradoSept. 16TennesseeSept. 23at KentuckySept. 30VanderbiltOct. 7at LSU Changed to LSU @ FloridaOct. 14Texas A&MOct. 21OpenOct. 28vs. Georgia (Jacksonville)Nov. 4at MissouriNov. 11at South CarolinaNov. 18UABNov. 25Florida StateGeorgiaDateOpponentSept. 2Appalachian StateSept. 9at Notre DameSept. 16SamfordSept. 23Mississippi StateSept. 30at TennesseeOct. 7at VanderbiltOct. 14MissouriOct. 21OpenOct. 28vs. Florida (Jacksonville)Nov. 4South CarolinaNov. 11at AuburnNov. 18KentuckyNov. 25at Georgia TechKentuckyDateOpponentSept. 2at Southern MississippiSept. 9Eastern KentuckySept. 16at South CarolinaSept. 23FloridaSept. 30Eastern MichiganOct. 7MissouriOct. 14OpenOct. 21at Mississippi StateOct. 28TennesseeNov. 4Ole MissNov. 11at VanderbiltNov. 18at GeorgiaNov. 25LouisvilleLSUDateOpponentSept. 2vs. BYU (Houston)Sept. 9UT-ChattanoogaSept. 16at Mississippi StateSept. 23SyracusSept. 30TroyOct. 7Florida Changed to LSU @ FloridaOct. 14AuburnOct. 21at Ole MissOct. 28OpenNov. 4at AlabamaNov. 11ArkansasNov. 18at TennesseeNov. 25Texas A&MOle MissDateOpponentSept. 2South AlabamaSept. 9UT-MartinSept. 16at CaliforniaSept. 23OpenSept. 30at AlabamaOct. 7at AuburnOct. 14VanderbiltOct. 21LSUOct. 28ArkansasNov. 4at KentuckyNov. 11Louisiana-LafayetteNov. 18Texas A&MNov. 23 (Thurs.)at Mississippi StateMississippi StateDateOpponentSept. 2Charleston SouthernSept. 9at Louisiana TechSept. 16LSUSept. 23at GeorgiaSept. 30at AuburnOct. 7OpenOct. 14BYUOct. 21KentuckyOct. 28at Texas A&MNov. 4UMassNov. 11AlabamaNov. 18at ArkansasNov. 23 (Thurs.)Ole MissMissouriDateOpponentSept. 2Missouri StateSept. 9South CarolinaSept. 16PurdueSept. 23AuburnSept. 30OpenOct. 7at KentuckyOct. 14at GeorgiaOct. 21IdahoOct. 28at UConnNov. 4FloridaNov. 11TennesseeNov. 18at VanderbiltNov. 25at ArkansasSouth CarolinaDateOpponentSept. 2vs. NC State (Charlotte)Sept. 9at MissouriSept. 16KentuckySept. 23Louisiana TechSept. 30at Texas A&MOct. 7ArkansasOct. 14at TennesseeOct. 21OpenOct. 28VanderbiltNov. 4at GeorgiaNov. 11FloridaNov. 18WoffordNov. 25ClemsonTennesseeDateOpponentSept. 4 (Mon.)vs. Georgia Tech (Atlanta)Sept. 9Indiana StateSept. 16at FloridaSept. 23UMassSept. 30GeorgiaOct. 7OpenOct. 14South CarolinaOct. 21at AlabamaOct. 28at KentuckyNov. 4Southern MissNov. 11at MissouriNov. 18LSUNov. 25VanderbiltTexas A&MDateOpponentSept. 2at UCLASept. 9NichollsSept. 16Louisiana-LafayetteSept. 23vs. Arkansas (Arlington)Sept. 30South CarolinaOct. 7AlabamaOct. 14at FloridaOct. 21OpenOct. 28Mississippi StateNov. 4AuburnNov. 11New MexicoNov. 18at Ole MissNov. 25at LSUVanderbiltDateOpponentSept. 2at Middle TennesseeSept. 9Alabama A&MSept. 16Kansas StateSept. 23AlabamaSept. 30at FloridaOct. 7GeorgiaOct. 14at Ole MissOct. 21OpenOct. 28at South CarolinaNov. 4Western KentuckyNov. 11KentuckyNov. 18MissouriNov. 25at Tennessee Air Max Plus Nere . A knee to the thigh might have stung him the most, but his sixth straight double-double made up for the brief burst of pain. Nike Tn Nere . The 18th player to shoot 60 on the tour, Jamieson settled for par on the final hole when his 15-foot birdie chip grazed the edge of the hole and stayed out. After opening with rounds of 66 and 73 to make the cut by a stroke, he had 11 birdies in the bogey-free round. http://www.scarpetn.it/air-max-tn-bianche.html .ca looks back at the stories and moments that made the year memorable. Scarpe Tn Uomo .J. -- Marty Brodeur beat the Pittsburgh Penguins yet again. Nike TN Basso Prezzo . -- Bobby Ryan helped the U.MOSCOW -- Make room, Carl Lewis. You too, Michael Johnson. Usain Bolt could join your elite company by the time these world championships are finished. The hard-charging, fun-seeking Jamaican will chase after two more world titles this week that would give him eight in his career, tying him with Lewis and Johnson for most all time. These days, Bolt hardly takes a backseat to them, or anyone else. Plus, hes in charge of rescuing a sport thats been recently riddled with doping offences. Tyson Gay, Asafa Powell, Veronica Campbell-Brown and Sherone Simpson all tested positive weeks before the competition. Then, Trinidad and Tobago sprinter Kelly-Ann Baptiste withdrew from the 100 because shes involved in a doping case, her federation said Monday. Another dark cloud hovering over track. "Every time drugs are brought up, its hurtful to the sport. I hate it," said former sprinter Maurice Greene, who has won five world titles. "Track needs stars like Bolt. But hes not the only person in this sport thats a star. We have plenty of stars. But its good that he shows his personality. Hes able to have fun with the crowd. Thats why people gravitate to him. Thats why they love him. "More than that, you need to have great races to overcome all of that (bad) news." Bolts rain-soaked performance Sunday night certainly qualifies as a memorable race. Usually, bolt provides the electricity on the track. This time, Mother Nature took care of it with flashes of lightning going off in the distance. In stormy conditions, Bolt roared back after falling behind Justin Gatlin to recapture his 100 title. Sun, rain, heat, whatever, the conditions really dont matter because the fastest man on the planet always seems in his element whenever he sets foot on the track. "I continue to work on my aim to become a legend by collecting gold medals and athlete of year titles," Bolt said. He may already be there. "For right now, yeah, you have to say he is the best," said Greene, who stood at a booth and signed autographs for nearly an hour, just across the wway from a giant cutout of Bolt that had fans lining up to take photos.dddddddddddd "Look at his race last night: He showed why hes a champion, because hes able to overcome everything and come out with a win. "Bolt has accomplished everything everybody before him has accomplished. So, yeah, of course he is up there (with Lewis and Johnson)." The only thing standing in the way of Bolt and his quest for two more titles may be fatigue. Hes already feeling the strain, saying his legs were quite sore after the 100. "I need some rest," said Bolt, who won the 100 in 9.77 seconds. "I didnt feel up to it. My body wasnt there, but the win is always what I came in for and to regain my title. I did just that so I am happy with myself." This also was a form of redemption, too, considering he false-started during the final in South Korea two years ago. "I wanted to do a better time but was not able to because of the weather," Bolt said of Sundays race. "Not singing in the rain, but running in the rain." The race appeared in doubt by the storm that moved through the area, complete with thunder and lightning, setting the stage for a duel in the downpour. "They wanted an epic race in the rain and they got it," Gatlin said. Did they ever. Just another step closer to obtaining "legend" status for Bolt, whos always talking about that topic. Bolt also has six Olympic titles to go with his world records in the 100 (9.58) and 200 (19.19). As for those weary legs, he has some time to stretch them out and simply relax. Bolt will begin the first round of the 200 on Friday morning, with the final scheduled for the next night. To close out the competition on Sunday, Bolt will take part in the 4x100 relay, where he will try to help the Jamaicans win a third straight title. Win those two events and he will further cement his status. "Look at all the things hes done and hes been able to accomplish a lot," Greene said. "You have to put him in the names of the great ones before him." Cheap Jerseys Store Wholesale Jerseys 2018 Wholesale Jerseys Jerseys NFL China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys 2018 Cheap NFL Jerseys China ' ' '

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