SEC Announces 2014 Baseball Schedule

The SEC has announced the 2014 baseball schedule, and the Georgia Bulldogs will open conference play at home vs. Mississippi State.

Georgia will also host Texas A&M, Tennessee, South Carolina, and Kentucky. The Dawgs will travel to play LSU, Missouri, Florida, Vanderbilt, and Ole Miss.

The Diamond Dawgs will not face SEC West foes Alabama, Arkansas or Auburn in 2014. Georgia’s complete 56-game schedule for 2014 will be released later this year.

The 2014 season will be the first under new head coach Scott Stricklin.

2014 Georgia Baseball SEC Schedule

March 14-16 vs. Mississippi State

March 21-23 at LSU

March 28-30 vs. Texas A&M

April 4-6 at Missouri

April 11-13 vs. Tennessee

April 18-20 at Florida

April 25-27 at Vanderbilt

May 2-4 vs. South Carolina

May 9-11 at Ole Miss

May 15-17 vs. Kentucky

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