2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13L 92-90
- 11/20W 63-52
- 11/25W 49-46
- 11/28L 69-62
- 12/1W 86-82
- 12/4L 68-66
- 12/8W 74-64
- 12/19W 75-61
- 12/22W 71-48
- 12/29W 79-67
- 1/2L 77-63
- 1/6W 77-59
- 1/9L 72-71
- 1/13W 81-72
- 1/1615L 79-45
- 1/20W 60-57
- 1/23W 76-73
- 1/26L 89-85
- 1/3017L 83-73
- 2/225W 69-56
- 2/6W 65-55
- 2/922L 82-48
- 2/13W 66-57
- 2/16L 57-53
- 2/20L 80-67
- 2/24L 84-81
- 2/27W 80-66
- 3/3W 74-72
- 3/5W 70-63
- 3/10W 79-69
- 3/11W 65-64
- 3/1216L 93-80
- 3/166W 93-84
- 3/202L 77-65
- Full Schedule
To get you ready for the college football season, we decided to rank each week of the SEC's season -- from Week 1 to Week 13.
It's not a vacation: Teams get to go abroad once every four years, so they better get something out of it. What did each traveling squad learn this summer? We go through the list.
Kentucky holds a huge home-court advantage at Rupp Arena. Is it the toughest place to play in the SEC? Cast your vote.
Kentucky led the nation in attendance last season, but is it the toughest place in the SEC to play? Where does Florida's O'Connell Center stand?
Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer
Notre Dame coach Mike Brey and Georgia coach Mark Fox both agreed with ESPN's Seth Greenberg on the CBB podcast that the NCAA should create a 10-day dead period in August. They said the coaches and recruits need to breathe a bit after a crazy July/year. http://es.pn/2axiQgq
Andy Katz & Seth Greenberg talk to Georgia coach Mark Fox about the Bulldogs' upcoming international trip, consistently improving the program's standing within the SEC & more.
Some college hoops teams will be spending time out of the country this summer on international trips. Here's the full list of teams traveling abroad.
Georgia takes over the SEC Network
The 24-hour Georgia marathon begins at midnight on SEC Network. Among the great games being replayed on Tuesday are the 1981 Sugar Bowl win over Notre Dame and the 1983 NCAA tournament win over North Carolina. Full schedule
Watch: The Basketball Tournament quarterfinals
The reigning champs, Overseas Elite, featuring DeAndre Kane, meets Trained to Go, featuring players from the Georgia area like Damien Wilkins. Live on ESPNU/WatchESPN
A thin interior defensive line could lead to fewer obvious passing situations, which could undermine what Georgia's defense does best: rushing the QB.
The NBA will keep calling John Calipari. But will he ever answer? Don't count on it. He's a fixture in Lexington. Our stability rankings look at who else is solid in the SEC and who isn't so set.
Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer
Some potential scheduling for early-season tournaments: Coaches have confirmed the Hall of Fame matchups Nov. 19-20 at the Mohegan Sun: Duke-Penn State, Cincinnati-URI; CBE Nov. 21-22 in Kansas City with Kansas-UAB, GW-Georgia; The Legends Classic isn't official yet but at least one coach expects it to be Notre Dame-Colorado, Texas-Northwestern Nov. 21-22 in Brooklyn; The 2K Classic in NYC hasn't been announced yet either but the matchups being discussed most were Marquette-Michigan, SMU-Pitt for the Nov. 17-18 games at MSG; The Men Who Speak Up Main Event in Las Vegas Nov. 21-23 has found its fourth team as Saint Louis coach Travis Ford confirmed the Billikens replaced Minnesota to join BYU, Alabama and Valparaiso. The matchups aren't available yet. And Maui Invitational organizer Dave Odom said the Maui bracket will be announced on July 19.
Mark Fox has pulled together three consecutive 20-win seasons at Georgia, and the Bulldogs look like they have enough talent to return to the NCAAs.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh wasted no time embracing the Atlanta area, as he sported a Hank Aaron jersey at a local satellite camp.
Kansas-Kentucky is not only the headliner of the Big 12/SEC Challenge but arguably the most intriguing. We rank all the games in the January event.
Kentucky began last season as the SEC favorite, but Texas A&M stole the spotlight. Can the Aggies repeat as conference champs?
Georgia guard Juwan Parker has been awarded a medical redshirt, leaving him with two years of eligibility, after missing the 2015-16 season with a partially torn Achilles tendon.
Georgia basketball coach Mark Fox said the pilot did a "great job" after he "slammed on the brakes" to avoid a runway collision with another plane in Atlanta on Wednesday.