SEC Network Takeover: Schools Take Over SEC Network Programming July 17-30

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For the third consecutive year, SEC Network is handing the reins over to the 14 Southeastern Conference schools for a two-week stretch. Beginning Monday, July 17, each school will exclusively program 24-hours of the network with classic games, films, ESPN original content and school-produced content.

During the SEC Network Takeover, the schools have the opportunity to create an entire day of its greatest moments. Each school’s appointed date and a preview of the original content or events that will be shown that day can be found below:

· Monday, July 17 – Kentucky
o Kentucky’s upset against highly ranked Louisville in 2016
· Tuesday, July 18 – Tennessee
o Tennessee breaks its 12-year losing streak against the Gators during their 2016 meeting
· Wednesday, July 19 – South Carolina
o South Carolina’s men’s and women’s basketball teams remarkable run in the 2017 NCAA Championships
· Thursday, July 20 – Auburn
o Auburn vs. Alabama (2013)—the “Kick Six”
· Friday, July 21 - Georgia
o Vamos Perros Costa Rica (Georgia)
· Saturday, July 22 - Vanderbilt
o Vanderbilt’s win over Virginia to claim their first NCAA Baseball championship (2014)
· Sunday, July 23 – Texas A&M
o Aggies defeat their biggest rivals, Texas, in an emotional game after losing 12 students in a tragic bonfire accident (1999)
· Monday, July 24 - Arkansas
o Arkansas’s 2012 win over Baylor to advance to the College World Series
· Tuesday, July 25 – Mississippi State
o Mississippi State’s rise to the women’s basketball national championship title game, led by Morgan William’s buzzer beater shot to end UConn’s 100+ winning streak (2017)
· Wednesday, July 26 – Ole Miss
o Ole Miss softball’s first-ever SEC Championship victory over LSU (2017)
· Thursday, July 27 – Florida
o Florida Gators claim their first-ever baseball national championship (2017)
· Friday, July 28 – Alabama
o Alabama reaches the College Football Playoff for the third year in a row and dominates Cinderella story Washington in the last ever college football game played in the Georgia Dome (2016)
· Saturday, July 29 – Missouri
o Missouri defeats Syracuse in an overtime game to reach the Elite Eight for the first time in over 20 years (2007)
· Sunday, July 30 – LSU
o LSU gymnastics claims another SEC Championship (2017)

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