The College Football Playoff Committee proved the general trend of tougher scheduling last fall.
The SEC doesn't have nearly as much problem with scheduling, as its league schedules are the toughest in college football (along with the Pac-12). But to top it off, the SEC has more high-level non-conference games than any other league in the nation.
Which is why the SEC might be the only league that could get a two-loss team into the College Football Playoff.
* - neutral field
Best of the Rest:
Toledo vs. Arkansas, Sept. 12*
UL Lafayette at Kentucky, Sept. 5
Missouri at Arkansas State, Sept. 12
Western Kentucky at Vanderbilt, Sept. 5
Georgia Southern at Georgia, Nov. 21
Vanderbilt at Middle Tennessee, Oct. 3