The Southeastern Conference, like the Big Ten and Pac-12, will adopt a conference-only schedule for the 2020 college football season, according to a report from Sports Illustrated.
The SEC is expected to begin play Sept. 26, which is three weeks after the original start date for the season. The SEC will maintain its seven-team division format, and teams will play two more crossover games with the new schedule. In addition, the SEC has moved its conference championship game to Dec. 19.
The conference-only move contrasts with the ACC's decision to do a plus-one model, which was made Wednesday. The ACC revealed its schedule, which includes adding Notre Dame as a member.
The SEC's decision to go to a conference-only schedule eliminates some of college football's long-standing traditional rivalries, such as South Carolina-Clemson, Kentucky-Louisville, Florida-Florida State and Georgia-Georgia Tech.
The Big Ten went to a conference-only model on July 9. The Pac-12 followed suit on July 10.
The Big 12 is the only Power 5 conference that has not made a decision about its 2020 schedule model. The Big 12 canceled its Media Days on Thursday.