SEC Schools Takeover SEC Network Programming July 18-31

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SEC Schools Takeover SEC Network Programming July 18-31

For the second year, SEC Network is turning over its control room to the 14 Southeastern Conference schools for a two-week stretch. Beginning Monday, July 18, each school will exclusively program 24-hours of the network with classic games, films, ESPN original content and school-produced content.

Some of this year’s original content includes: Catching up with the Commodores (Vanderbilt), The Burning Desire (Texas A&M), Big Blue Review (Kentucky), #MizzouMade Stories (Missouri), Being Bret Bielema (Arkansas), This is Auburn (Auburn), Eye on the Gators (Florida), Kirby Smart All Access (Georgia), Relentless (Mississippi State), The Season (Ole Miss), USC: No Limits (South Carolina), VFL Films (Tennessee) and a Season of Excellence (Alabama).

SEC schools are heavily involved in producing the more than 1,000 SEC Network + events streamed annually on WatchESPN, and the ESPN app. Every campus has at least one control room, fibered sports facilities and a bureau cam room. This year, more than 350 students gained national television experience contributing to those on-campus productions.

During the SEC Network Takeover the schools have the opportunity to create an entire day of greatest moments. Each school’s appointed date – drafted at random during The Paul Finebaum Show on May 17 (see video) – and self-determined schedule can be found below:

In addition to taking over the television show, SEC Network’s social handles will be devoted each day to the appropriate school.

Gracie Blackburn

Gracie is the Communications Manager for ESPN’s College Networks. She handles all media requests and questions concerning SEC Network and Longhorn Network. Gracie also supports on college sports airing across ESPN networks.
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