BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — With Texas and Oklahoma officially joining the SEC on July 1, 2024, the Southeastern Conference (SEC) announced the two permanent opponents for the 16 participating baseball schools on Thursday, Nov. 1.
The two permanent opponents scheduled for baseball will go into effect heading into the 2025 season. Like football, the SEC will be doing away with divisions once Oklahoma and Texas have joined the conference and will be going to a single-division format, according to a news release from LSU Athletics.
The Tigers’ two permanent opponents will be Mississippi State and Texas A&M.
According to a news release from LSU Athletics, the conference will be shifting towards a three-game series against the two permanent opponents and eight rotating opponents to round out the 30-game SEC schedule.
Here are the two permanent opponents for the participating baseball teams in the SEC:
Alabama: Auburn and Tennessee
Arkansas: Ole Miss and Missouri
Auburn: Alabama and Georgia
Florida: Georgia and South Carolina
Georgia: Florida and Auburn
Kentucky: South Carolina and Vanderbilt
LSU: Mississippi State and Texas A&M
Ole Miss: Mississippi State and Arkansas
Mississippi State: Ole Miss and LSU
Missouri: Oklahoma and Arkansas
Oklahoma: Missouri and Texas
South Carolina: Kentucky and Florida
Tennessee: Vanderbilt and Alabama
Texas: Texas A&M and Oklahoma
Texas A&M: Texas and LSU
Vanderbilt: Tennessee and Kentucky