Monday, July 17, begins the SEC Network’s “Takeover” programming.
And to get through all 14 schools, it will take two full weeks.
Every school will get its opportunity to own the network for 24 hours for classic games, films, ESPN originals and school-produced content.
Here’s the full schedule for the two weeks ahead, along with a featured program that will be shown:
- Monday, July 17 – Kentucky: Kentucky’s upset against highly ranked Louisville in 2016
- Tuesday, July 18 – Tennessee: Tennessee breaks its 12-year losing streak against the Gators during their 2016 meeting
- Wednesday, July 19 – South Carolina: South Carolina’s men’s and women’s basketball teams remarkable run in the 2017 NCAA Championships
- Thursday, July 20 – Auburn: Auburn vs. Alabama (2013)-the “Kick Six”
- Friday, July 21 – Georgia: Vamos Perros Costa Rica (Georgia)
- Saturday, July 22 – Vanderbilt: Vanderbilt’s win over Virginia to claim their first NCAA Baseball championship (2014)
- Sunday, July 23 – Texas A&M: Aggies defeat their biggest rivals, Texas, in an emotional game after losing 12 students in a tragic bonfire accident (1999)
- Monday, July 24 – Arkansas: Arkansas’s 2012 win over Baylor to advance to the College World Series
- Tuesday, July 25 – Mississippi State: 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: Ole Miss softball’s first-ever SEC Championship victory over LSU (2017)
- Thursday, July 27 – Florida: Florida Gators claim their first-ever baseball national championship (2017)
- Friday, July 28 – Alabama: 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: 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: LSU gymnastics claims another SEC Championship (2017)