The Southeastern Conference decided Thursday that they are only playing SEC teams this season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The SEC will play 10-conference games.
They also decided to push their kickoff date to September 26 and the Championship Game will be played on December 19.
"This new plan for a football schedule is consistent with the educational goals of our universities to allow for the safe and orderly return to campus of their student populations and to provide a healthy learning environment during these unique circumstances presented by the COVID-19 virus," SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey said in a news release. "This new schedule supports the safety measures that are being taken by each of our institutions to ensure the health of our campus communities."
A revised football schedule, which will first need to be approved by SEC athletic directors will be sent out at a later date, conference officials said.
The SEC joins the Pac-12 and Big Ten conferences to be playing conference-only games.
According to The Associated Press, the ACC will play an 11-game schedule with one non-conference game.