SEC Network Guide: Channel numbers, USC features, and more

08/13/2014 8:42 PM

04/10/2015 3:17 PM

The SEC Network, a new sports network devoted to the Southeastern Conference and operated by ESPN, debuts Thursday nationwide at 6 p.m. with a three-hour “SEC Now” that will visit every SEC school and the 21 sports within the SEC.

The first 14 days will feature a mix of events and specials, including customized programming that will highlight all 14 schools with team previews, greatest games and features. The network’s first college football game with Texas A&M at South Carolina on Aug. 28.

Where to watch

AT&T U-VERSE: Channel 1607

DIRECTV: Channel 611

DISH: Channels 404 and 408

TIME WARNER CABLE: Channel 384

MORE CHANNELS: Find the SEC Network channel on your TV provider’s lineup.

South Carolina features

Aug. 17, 10 p.m. – SEC Rewind, 1980 South Carolina at Georgia

Aug. 23, 7 p.m. – South Carolina 2014 football preview

Aug. 26, Midnight – Best of South Carolina featuring 2010 South Carolina vs. Alabama, 2012 South Carolina vs. Georgia, 2010 South Carolina vs. Florida, 2013 South Carolina vs. Missouri

Aug. 28, 6 p.m. – Texas A&M at South Carolina football Sept. 21, 1 p.m. – South Carolina at Auburn women’s soccer Sept. 26, 7 p.m. – Ole Miss at South Carolina volleyball Oct. 12, 4 p.m. – South Carolina at Alabama volleyball Oct. 16, 7 p.m. – Florida at South Carolina women’s soccer Nov. 2, 2 p.m. – South Carolina at Ole Miss volleyball Nov. 9, 4 p.m. – Alabama at South Carolina volleyball

Highlights of 14 Schools in 14 Days:

SEC Team Previews – Every SEC team will have its own 30-minute college football preview show with analysts Greg McElory and Booger McFarland breaking down each team’s potential for the 2014 season

“Best of” games - Each school, over 14 days, will have a marathon of great games from the last 5-10 years

All-Access: Four 30-minute specials taking viewers inside preseason practices throughout the conference as teams prepare for the 2014 season

SEC Football BCS National Championships – The SEC won nine BCS National Championships, including seven consecutive titles between 2007 and 2013. On Saturday, Aug. 16, SEC Network will air an 18-hour marathon of SEC BCS National Championship wins

Trophy Lives: Heisman Winners of the SEC– On Sunday, Aug. 17, viewers have the chance to relive SEC games featuring standout performances from SEC Heisman winners; the games will be followed by a one-hour special with the SEC greats who have taken home the most prestigious trophy in college sports and an SEC Rewind game from 1980 featuring two Heisman trophy winners – Georgia’s Herschel Walker and South Carolina’s George Rogers

SEC Storied – An ESPN film series from the creators of the Peabody- and Emmy Award-winning “30 for 30” series, focusing on the people, teams, moments and events that tell the ongoing story of the SEC

Men’s Basketball – Three games from the Kentucky Men’s Basketball Big Blue Bahamas Tour will air live on SEC Network August 15-17 at 1 p.m.

Soccer – Georgia at Ole Miss will kick off the soccer season on SEC Network Friday, Aug. 22.

First-year live events

1,000 exclusive total events

45 football games

100 men’s basketball games

60 women’s basketball games

50 softball games

75 baseball games

25 soccer games

40 volleyball games

Cable television carriers

AT&T U-Verse

Bright House Networks

Charter

Comcast

Cox

DIRECTV

DISH

Google Fiber

LUS Fiber

NCTC

NRTC

NTTC

PTC Communications

Suddenlink

Time Warner Cable

Wilkes Telephone

 

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