The folks at Saturday Down South put together the list of the SEC's best non-conference games for the 2015 season.

5. Georgia @ Georgia Tech

The rivalry dubbed "Clean, Old-Fashioned Hate," will renew on November 28 in Atlanta. The Bulldogs will be looking to avenge last season's overtime loss to the Yellow Jackets. Georgia won in their last visit to Georgia Tech in double overtime in 2013.

4. Auburn vs. Louisville

On September 5, Auburn will take on a tough Cardinals squad that won nine games in 2014 to open the season in the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Classic in Atlanta. This will mark the first meeting between the schools since 1974.

3. Texas A&M vs. Arizona State

Another season opening matchup, this one between high flying offenses, as Kevin Sumlin's Aggies will meet Todd Graham's Sun Devils in a neutral-site game in Houston. This is the first matchup ever between the two schools, and is likely to produce fireworks, as the two put up a combined 72.1 per game in 2014.

2. Tennessee vs. Oklahoma

The Volunteers won't have to wait long to attempt avenging their 2014 loss to the Sooners, as they will face on September 12 at Neyland Stadium. Tennessee was clearly overmatched last year in the 34-10 loss, but a win in this year's affair would give a much needed boost to this season's campaign for Butch Jones' squad.

1. Alabama vs. Wisconsin

The best non-conference SEC game in 2015 will be to kickoff the season on September 5, as the Crimson Tide will take on the Badgers in the Kickoff Classic in Arlington. This will be just the second matchup between the schools, with the only other taking place in 1928, a 15-0 win for the Badgers.

(h/t Saturday Down South)

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