Yesterday, the SEC Network announced its initial programming for the 14 days following its debut this Thursday at 6 p.m. EST.

According to the press release from the SEC, some of the programming throughout the 14 days will feature a 30-minute preview for each SEC team as well as a “Best of” games series, which will air a marathon of each SEC team’s best games from the past decade.

If you are one of the millions of people who will get the SEC Network with their cable company, here’s when you’ll find the Florida Gators football team featured on ESPN’s newest network.

    • Aug. 14 (6 p.m.) SEC Now – During the three hour network launch, the program will “whip around” to all 14 schools. Former Gators quarterback and SEC analyst Tim Tebow will be live on campus, along with Joe Tessitore, and will conduct a sit-down interview with starting quarterback Jeff Driskel. Viewers will also be granted an all-access look at a Florida practice as cameras follow Will Muschamp in a walkthrough.
    • Aug. 15 (9:30 p.m.) Florida Football Preview -Analysts Greg McElroy and Booger McFarland will breakdown the 2014 Florida Gators in a 30-minute preview show
    • Aug. 16 (7 a.m.) SEC Football BCS Championships – All day, the SEC Network will be airing replays of the BCS Championships won by SEC teams. Florida’s 2007 and 2009 BCS Championship victories will be featured as a part of this marathon
    • Aug. 17 (11 a.m.) SEC Heisman Football Games – The SEC Network will air five games of past SEC players who have won the Heisman Trophy. Florida’s Danny Wuerffel will kick things off in a 1998 matchup against Florida State at 11 a.m. A replay of the 2008 SEC Championship featuring Tim Tebow and Mark Ingram will wrap things up later in the day.
    • Aug. 22 (12 a.m.) Best of Florida – On the night of Aug. 22, four of Florida football’s best games from the past decade will be shown. The marathon will feature the 2007 and 2009 BCS Championship victories as well as the 2006 and 2008 SEC Championship victories.
    • Aug. 27 (8 p.m.) SEC Storied: The Believer – Although Steve Spurrier hasn’t been a part of the Florida Gators football program since 2002, this SEC Storied documentary will certainly be appealing to Gator fans. The series will take a look back at Steve Spurrier’s football career, including his time at Florida as a quarterback and football coach. Here’s the trailer for the documentary:

*Note: The Gators will also be appearing in several other team’s “Best of” games: Alabama in the 2009 SEC Championship (Aug. 15 – 2 a.m.), Georgia in 2007 (Aug. 15 – 11 p.m.), Ole Miss in 2002 and 2008 (night of Aug. 18 – midnight), Tennessee in 2004 (night of Aug. 19 – midnight), LSU in 2007 (night of Aug. 23 – midnight), South Carolina in 2010 (night of Aug. 26 – midnight).

For a full schedule of the SEC Network’s initial two-week programming, click here.