Watch Now: Analysis: SEC Reportedly To Move To 10-Game Conference Schedule For Football Season (7:21)

The SEC had already lost a few nonconference games due to scheduling restrictions imposed by other leagues, most notably the Alabama vs. USC game originally scheduled for Sept. 5 in Arlington, Texas. But when the league announced Thursday that it will play a 10-game, conference-only slate in 2020, several SEC teams lost historic rivalry games from their 2020 schedules, including one that has been contested every season for nearly a century.

Georgia and Georgia Tech have played annually since 1925 in a series that includes 109 games dating back to 1893. Georgia leads the all-time series 68-41 and has won the last three meetings. But the series will have to take a hiatus due to the protocols for the 2020 season laid out by the SEC on Thursday.

The league-only schedule will also eliminate three other storied in-state rivalry games: Florida vs. Florida State, South Carolina vs. Clemson and Kentucky vs. Louisville. The ACC approved a "plus-one" plan on Wednesday that allows its schools to play a nonconference game either at home or in-state, meaning the four intrastate games could have been played if the SEC had implemented a similar policy.

But the SEC's announcement on Thursday stressed that playing conference-only games will provide "maximum flexibility" for scheduling adjustments that could be needed.

"It is regrettable that some of our traditional non-conference rivalries cannot take place in 2020 under this plan, but these are unique, and hopefully temporary, circumstances that call for unconventional measures," SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said in the league's announcement.

Here is the full list of nonconference games eliminated by Thursday's announcement from the SEC:

*denotes a game that had already been canceled due to scheduling restrictions imposed by another league

Alabama

  • Sept. 5 vs. USC (in Arlington, Texas)*
  • Sept. 12 vs. Georgia State
  • Sept. 26 vs. Kent State
  • Nov. 14 vs. UT-Martin

Arkansas

  • Sept. 5 vs. Nevada
  • Sept. 12 at Notre Dame
  • Oct. 3 vs. Charleston Southern
  • Nov. 21 vs. Louisiana-Monroe

Auburn

  • Sept. 5 vs. Alcorn State*
  • Sept. 12 vs. North Carolina (in Atlanta)
  • Sept. 26 vs. Southern Miss
  • Nov. 14 vs. Massachusetts 

Florida

  • Sept. 5 vs. Eastern Washington
  • Sept. 19 vs. South Alabama
  • Nov. 21 vs. New Mexico State
  • Nov. 28 at Florida State

Georgia

  • Sept. 7 vs. Virginia (in Atlanta)
  • Sept. 12 vs. East Tennessee State
  • Sept. 26 vs. Louisiana-Monroe
  • Nov. 28 vs. Georgia Tech

Kentucky

  • Sept. 5 vs. Eastern Michigan
  • Sept. 19 vs. Kent State
  • Oct. 10 vs. Eastern Illinois
  • Nov. 28 at Louisville

LSU

  • Sept. 5 vs. Texas-San Antonio
  • Sept. 12 vs. Texas
  • Sept. 19 at Rice
  • Oct. 3 vs. Nicholls

Mississippi State

  • Sept. 5 vs. New Mexico
  • Sept. 12 at NC State
  • Sept. 26 vs. Tulane
  • Nov. 21 vs. Alabama A&M*

Missouri

  • Sept. 5 vs. Central Arkansas
  • Sept. 26 vs. Eastern Michigan
  • Oct. 10 at BYU
  • Nov. 21 vs. Louisiana

Ole Miss

  • Sept. 6 vs. Baylor (in Houston)
  • Sept. 12 vs. Southeast Missouri State
  • Oct. 24 vs. UConn
  • Nov. 21 vs. Georgia Southern

South Carolina

  • Sept. 5 vs. Coastal Carolina
  • Sept. 12 vs. East Carolina
  • Nov. 21 vs. Wofford
  • Nov. 28 at Clemson

Tennessee

  • Sept. 5 vs. Charlotte
  • Sept. 12 at Oklahoma
  • Sept. 19 vs. Furman
  • Nov. 21 vs. Troy

Texas A&M

  • Sept. 5 vs. Abilene Christian
  • Sept. 12 vs. North Texas
  • Sept. 19 vs. Colorado*
  • Oct. 10 vs. Fresno State

Vanderbilt

  • Sept. 5 vs. Mercer
  • Sept. 19 at Kansas State
  • Sept. 26 vs. Colorado State
  • Nov. 21 vs. Louisiana Tech