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Will Kentucky receive any schedule breaks this season?

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Tonight the Southeastern Conference will release the official 10-game schedule for their 2020 football season. After an original 12-game schedule had been released earlier in the offseason, the SEC announced their programs would instead play 10 games, all in-conference this season.

The SEC Twitter account published this Sunday afternoon.

The Kentucky Wildcats will play Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Tennessee and Vanderbilt.

In Lexington, Kentucky is slated to host Georgia, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Vanderbilt. The Wildcats will play Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Missouri and Tennessee on the road.

With most of Kentucky’s toughest games being on the road, scheduling could end up being extremely crucial for the Wildcats avoiding a potential 1-4 record away from Lexington. Tonight, we’ll find out if Kentucky receives any breaks.

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