The 2011 football season is only 228 days away, and now we have a schedule to prove it. Next year's slate actually seems to be a degree easier (that's a relative term, of course) than years past, but still offers many potential pitfalls for a team that will be breaking in a new QB.
Games in Tuscaloosa and Baton Rouge will be tough, as always, and a much-improved Texas A&M will be looking to finally put a notch in the win column against the Hogs. Plus, Tennessee is back on an upswing and teams like South Carolina and Mississippi State will be extremely solid as well.
Plus, the LSU game is back on the Friday after Thanksgiving again. Here are the details...mark your calendars!
Sept. 3 Missouri State
Sept. 10 New Mexico (Little Rock)
Sept. 17 Troy
Sept. 24 at Alabama
Oct. 1 Texas A&M (Arlington, Texas)
Oct. 8 Auburn
Oct. 15 Open
Oct. 22 at Ole Miss
Oct. 29 at Vanderbilt
Nov. 5 South Carolina
Nov. 12 Tennessee
Nov. 19 Mississippi State (Little Rock)
Nov. 25 at LSU