Network details start of college football season

ESPN laid out early college football plans for the SEC Network, which will carry a game featuring every football team in the Southeastern Conference within the first four weeks of the 2014 season. The first 16 games include a home game from all 14 SEC football stadiums with eight SEC schools opening their 2014 seasons on the channel. Opening week includes the previously announced Thursday night doubleheader featuring Texas A&M/South Carolina and Temple/Vanderbilt. Aug 30 will see Tennessee-Martin/Kentucky at noon, Arkansas/Auburn at 4p, Southern Mississippi/Mississippi State at 7:30p while Utah State/Tennessee takes place on Aug. 31 at 7p. The following week, on Sept. 6, Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, Arkansas, LSU and Texas A&M make home appearances on the newborn network.

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