The Southeastern Conference announced a new men’s basketball scheduling model beginning with the upcoming season.
Each SEC team will play the other 13 teams at least one time during league play. After that, each team will play their three permanent opponents a second time and the remaining two games will be scheduled on a rotating basis.
Mississippi State’s three permanent opponents are in-state rival Ole Miss, Alabama and South Carolina.
Alabama – Auburn / Mississippi State / LSU
Arkansas – Missouri / Texas A&M / LSU
Auburn – Alabama / Ole Miss / Georgia
Florida – Kentucky / Georgia / Vanderbilt
Georgia – South Carolina / Florida / Auburn
Kentucky – Florida / Tennessee / Vanderbilt
LSU – Texas A&M / Alabama / Arkansas
Ole Miss – Mississippi State / Auburn / Missouri
Mississippi State – Ole Miss / Alabama / South Carolina
Missouri – Arkansas / Texas A&M / Ole Miss
South Carolina – Georgia / Tennessee / Mississippi State
Tennessee – Vanderbilt / Kentucky / South Carolina
Texas A&M – LSU / Arkansas / Missouri
Vanderbilt – Tennessee / Kentucky / Florida