After the schedules of eight SEC teams were postponed for four games due to COVID-19 testing, the SEC is stepping up some schedules.
LSU-Alabama is one of four games cancelled. The new article from “Tiger” defeated Glenn Guilbeau, a reporter for the “Lafayette Daily” advertiser, revealing a possible reissue date for a competitive conflict. As some people expect, it involves some scheduling.
Guilbeau reported that Alabama State University (LSU-Alabama) may be held on December 5. The Tigers were originally scheduled to compete with Ole Miss on that date. The LSU-Ole Miss game will move to the SEC Championship Game on December 19.
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Alabama was originally scheduled to play in Arkansas on December 5. Gilboo reported that the game may move to December 12, the same day the LSU game Florida. The outbreak of UF caused the delay of two Gators games, and the LSU-Florida game was moved to December 12.
The report pointed out that the SEC does not want to relocate Auburn, Alabama from November 28, because the conflict in the Iron Bowl will be designated as the “SEC on CBS” show game. CBS will not broadcast the SEC game this Saturday after the Alabama State University (LSU) game was postponed due to COVID.