SEC Network’s college football pregame show closes out its second season visiting the South Carolina campus, on Saturday, Nov. 21, and the Auburn campus, on Saturday, Nov. 28. For the second year, SEC Nation has brought the sights & sounds of game day from every university in the Southeastern Conference.
SEC Nation was originally scheduled to visit South Carolina on Oct. 10, but due to the devastating flooding in the region, the show diverted to the University of Tennessee. SEC Nation will preview the Gamecocks’ clash against in-state opponent, The Citadel, prior to the game’s noon kick. The show will utilize two locations to capitalize on the early game-time. SEC Nation airs live from Gamecock Park from 10 to 11:30 a.m. ET, and the last half-hour of the show, 11:30 to noon, Kaylee Hartung moves to the sidelines for the show’s conclusion as the stadium fills up.
Saturday’s show from Columbia, S.C. also includes three features: a spotlight on Head Coach Gary Pinkel’s tenure at Missouri following his recent retirement announcement, an in-depth look at Alabama’s defensive line and a reflection on how student-athletes helped the state of South Carolina recover this fall.
On Saturday, Nov. 28, SEC Nation’s final campus stop is Auburn, prior to the Alabama game. This will be SEC Nation’s first trip to the Iron Bowl. A look at the complete 2015 Schedule:
|Sat, Sept 5||Arkansas||Victory Village||Week 1: UTEP at Arkansas|
|Sat, Sept 12||Vanderbilt||The Commons||Week 2: Georgia at Vanderbilt|
|Sat, Sept. 19||LSU||Corner of Nicholson Drive and Gourrier Ave (Next to Walk-Ons)||Week 3: Auburn at LSU|
|Sat, Sept. 26||Florida||Plaza of the Americas||Week 4: Tennessee at Florida|
|Sat, Oct. 3||Georgia||Myers Quad||Week 5: Alabama at Georgia|
|Sat, Oct. 10||Tennessee||Ayres Hall on “The Hill”||Week 6: Georgia at Tennessee|
|Sat, Oct. 17||Texas A&M||Spence Park||Week 7: Alabama at Texas A&M|
|Sat, Oct. 24||Alabama||Moore Hall||Week 8: Tennessee at Alabama|
|Sat, Oct. 31||Kentucky||Purple Lot ( Kentucky) /
EverBank Field (Jacksonville)
|Week 9: Tennessee at Kentucky/ Georgia vs. Florida|
|Thu, Nov. 5||Missouri||Faurot Field (Gate 1 opens at 6 p.m.)||Week 10: Mississippi State at Missouri|
|Sat, Nov. 7||Ole Miss||The Grove||Week 10: Arkansas at Ole Miss|
|Sat, Nov. 14||Mississippi State||The Junction||Week 11: Alabama at Mississippi State|
|Sat, Nov. 21||South Carolina||Gamecock Park||Week 12: Citadel at South Carolina|
|Sat, Nov. 28||Auburn||Campus Green
(East-side of Jordan-Hare Stadium)
|Week 13: Alabama at Auburn|
Additional details surrounding SEC Network and SEC Nation’s Football Championship plans will be released in the coming weeks.
About SEC Nation
SEC Nation is SEC Network’s weekly football pregame show, traveling across the Southeast all season. Host Joe Tessitore is joined by analysts Greg McElroy, Marcus Spears and Tim Tebow, alongside Paul Finebaum and reporter Kaylee Hartung to break down everything from the gridiron to the grill. SEC Nation airs live from a different SEC campus each Saturday, from 10 a.m. to noon ET.
About SEC Network
The Southeastern Conference and ESPN launched the SEC Network on August 14, 2014. The network televises over 45 SEC football games, 100 men’s basketball games, 60 women’s basketball games, 75 baseball games, and other events from across the SEC’s 21 sports annually. Programming includes in-depth analysis and storytelling in studio shows, daily news and information with SEC Now, original content such as SEC Storied and SEC Inside, and more. Hundreds of additional live events are offered exclusively on SEC Network’s digital companion, SEC Network+, via WatchESPN and SECNetwork.com. The network has 70 million subscribers in the US and is also available in more than 50 countries throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa via ESPN Player, ESPN’s sports streaming service in the region.