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SEC Network announces new twist on league's 'Takeover' broadcast schedule for 2019

You know the college football season is close when the SEC Network begins its “Takeover” broadcast schedule.

In previous years, the network has turned each day into a specific school’s day, showing classic games and moments that fans love to relive heading into the college football season. However, this year, in celebration of the network’s fifth year, SEC Network will be taken over by the people that work there.

Considering most of the faces at the network graduated from schools within the league, SEC Network is allowing its on-air personalities to select the programming for the week.

Here is a graphic of what’s to come for the 2019 edition of the SEC Network’s “Takeover” event:

Here is a detailed breakdown of the 2019 edition of the SEC Network’s “takeover” schedule courtesy of ESPN:

2019 SEC Network Takeover Schedule

Friday, July 19 – My Conference Can Beat Your Conference

  • Eight CFB National Championship Games

Saturday, July 20 – Laura Rutledge

  • Features Laura as a referee, getting hit by a football

Sunday, July 21 – College Football Studio and Booth Talent

  • Chris Doering as a player
  • 2012 Georgia/Alabama SECCG with Georgia losing on the last play

Monday, July 22 – Thinking Out Loud

  • Marcus Spears and Greg McElroy as players

Tuesday, July 23 – Paul Finebaum

  • All Homecoming episodes
  • 1981 and 1985 Iron Bowls

Wednesday, July 24 – Marty & McGee

  • Best Marty & McGee show moments

Thursday, July 25 – SEC Now anchors

  • First-ever SEC Now

Friday, July 26 – Women’s Basketball Talent

  • SEC Now after Mississippi State upset UConn

Saturday, July 27 – SEC Nation

  • First-ever SEC Nation

Sunday, July 28 – Rally Cap

  • Kayla Braud and Madison Shipman playing in 2013 NCAA Softball Super Regional

Monday, July 29 – Men’s Basketball Talent

  • Classic SEC basketball, featuring players such Anthony Davis, Ben Simmons, John Wall, Shaquille O’Neal, Joakim Noah, Tobias Harris and Bradley Beal

Tuesday, July 30 – Olympic Sports

  • Features best of soccer, volleyball, gymnastics, track and swimming from the past year

Wednesday, July 31 – Maria Taylor

  • 2005 SECCG
  • SEC Storied: Miracle 3

Thursday, August 1 – Monday Night Football Booth

  • Booger McFarland as a player

Friday, August 2 – SEC Alums on ESPN

  • John Anderson’s favorite Missouri moments

Saturday, August 3 – SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey

  • Highlights of all 14 schools

Sunday, August 4 – SEC Saturday Night Crew

  • Cole Cubelic and Jordan Rodgers as players
  • Tom Hart’s favorite Missouri moments

Michael Wayne Bratton
A graduate of the University of Tennessee, Michael Wayne Bratton oversees the news coverage for Saturday Down South. Michael previously worked for FOX Sports and NFL.com

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