SEC Network is launching with a bang. Following their debut on August 14th, the network will air 14 consecutive days of programming focused on specific SEC schools. These days will include team previews, SEC features and some of the greatest games in each school’s recent history. The 14-day window of coverage will conclude with Texas A&M at South Carolina, the network’s first football game.

Here’s when you can expect to find coverage on each specific school:

August 15 at 2:00am – Alabama
August 15 at 11:00pm – Georgia
August 17 at 3:00am – Vanderbilt
August 17 at Midnight – Mississippi State
August 18 at Midnight – Ole Miss
August 19 at Midnight – Tennessee
August 20 at Midnight – Kentucky
August 21 at Midnight – Auburn
August 22 at Midnight – Florida
August 23 at Midnight – LSU
August 24 at Midnight – Arkansas
August 25 at Midnight – Missouri
August 26 at Midnight – South Carolina
August 27 at Midnight – Texas A&M

It all kicks off on August 14th at 6 PM ET with the debut of SEC Now. Here’s plans on the debut from Bristol’s release:

On Thursday, Aug. 14, at 6 p.m. ET, sports fans nationwide will experience SEC Network, a 24/7 multiplatform sports network devoted to the Southeastern Conference and operated by ESPN.  The network will debut with its flagship news and information show SEC Now live from all 14 SEC campuses. Sports of all seasons will be showcased in the three-hour special sharing the passion, beauty and treasure trove of champions stowed up in SEC country.

Notable figures on and off the field, lent their voices in an opening essay that speaks to the tradition, pageantry and storied history of the SEC. Peyton, Eli and Archie Manning, Shaquille O’Neal, Dara Torres and Joe Namath are among the 31 voices that will ring for the SEC. Their words will be the first etched in SEC Network history. They will be expanded upon over the course of the show – and the year ahead – by a talented pool of SEC Network commentators, 15 of which are involved in the opening show. In total, the premiere night will include 21 anchors, reporters and analysts in studio and reporting live from campuses.

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