The SEC Network kicks off Thursday night at 6 p.m. eastern, 5 central will a special three-hour special edition of SEC Now, the network’s flagship news and information show.

There will be reporters on all 14 SEC campus for live reports. Rece Davis, the host of College Football Final, will be at Auburn. The network will have a touching feature on Tiger offensive lineman Shon Coleman who battled leukemia in 2011 and 2012.

The network has released the first two weeks of program. The two days Auburn fans need to get comfy in their recliner or set their DVR to record is Aug. 21 and 22.

The Auburn Football Preview show is slated for 8:30 p.m. ET/7:30 CT on Aug. 21. Analysts Greg McElroy and Booger McFarland with break down the Tigers potential in 2014.

The half-hour preview is followed by SEC Storied: Bo, Barkley & The Big Hurt.

It started with the unheralded arrival of a wisecracking heavyweight basketball player named Charles Barkley. Then came the recruitment of multi-sports legend Bo Jackson, a victory in itself since he might have gone to Alabama. When Frank Thomas wasn’t drafted by a major league baseball team, he decided to cast his fate with Auburn… as a football player. Told through an unforgettable reunion of the famed trio at the 2013 Iron Bowl, here’s the real story of how these future Hall of Famers turned the orange and blue of Tiger athletics into gold.

The way Bo, Barkley & The Big Hurt introduce the piece is quite entertaining.

Then starting midnight ET, 11 p.m. CT, to 2 p.m. Friday, a block of program called Best of Auburn will take over the network. It starts with an encore presentation of Bo, Barkley & The Big Hurt that will be followed by the 2013 Auburn-Georgia football game. Immediately following The Prayer at Jordan-Hare is the 2011 BCS National Championship game. A third running of Bo, Barkley & The Big Hurt will precede the 2013 Iron Bowl scheduled at noon ET, 11 a.m. CT on Friday.