With the college football postseason arriving, here are all of the bowl games that SEC teams are eligible for.
The 2022 college football season has reached Conference Championship weekend. Once all the title holders are determined by Saturday, that means all of the bowl game participants will be revealed.
When it comes to the SEC, their conference is known for its competitiveness, which means there are going to be a bevy of bowl-eligible teams by season’s end.
This year, there are 11 teams that are bowl eligible out of the 14 teams. The three teams who won’t go bowling are Vanderbilt (5-7), Auburn (5-7), and Texas A&M (5-7).
Now that we know which SEC teams are bowl eligible, which games can they participate in?
Where will each SEC team play in postseason?
First, let’s take a look at every bowl-eligible team in the SEC:
- Georgia (12-0)
- LSU (9-3)
- Alabama (10-2)
- Tennessee (10-2)
- South Carolina (8-4)
- Mississippi State (8-4)
- Ole Miss (8-4)
- Kentucky (7-5)
- Arkansas (6-6)
- Missouri (6-6)
- Florida (6-6)
Since there have been no announcements yet as of this writing, we’re going to list all of the bowl games that the SEC has associations with this season.
- Las Vegas Bowl: vs Pac-12, Saturday, Dec. 17
- Gasparilla Bowl: Friday, Dec. 23
- Birmingham Bowl: vs. American, Tuesday, Dec. 27
- Liberty Bowl: vs. Big 12, Wednesday, Dec. 28
- Texas Bowl: vs. Big 12, Wednesday, Dec. 28
- Gator Bowl: vs. ACC/Notre Dame, Friday, Dec. 30
- Orange Bowl: (highest-ranked at-large team among Big Ten and Notre Dame) vs. ACC, Friday, Dec. 30
- Music City Bowl: vs. Big Ten/Notre Dame, Saturday, Dec. 31
- Sugar Bowl: (champion or highest-ranked non-Playoff qualifier) vs. Big 12, Saturday, Dec. 31
- ReliaQuest Bowl: vs. Big Ten/ACC, Monday, Jan. 2
- Citrus Bowl: vs. Big Ten, Monday, Jan. 2
This article will be updated once all of the bowl game matchups are made official.