The SEC has officially made several schedule changes, including Kentucky vs. Missouri being moved to next week and Kentucky vs. Georgia being moved to Oct. 31.
The coronavirus has been causing havoc within the SEC over the last week.
While the SEC has tentatively rescheduled both games for Dec. 12, the league could look to shuffle around some games to get them rescheduled into the middle of the season.
Hearing Some whispers out there that UK-Georgia game could end up postponed a week until Oct 31— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) October 16, 2020
If the UK-Georgia game is postponed, it will be part of larger juggling of the schedule due to other postponements....not because of UK or Georgia specifically— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) October 16, 2020
Kentucky is playing at Tennessee tomorrow at noon, while Georgia plays at Alabama later that night. If games are moved around, the Wildcats may end up having a different bye since they’d get one next week. Kentucky has a bye the week of Nov. 7, the same week Georgia plays at Florida.
Who knows what will ultimately happen, but it sounds like we should prepare for Cats vs. Dawgs to be delayed a week.