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Kentucky’s taking over the SEC Network on July 29


Prepare your DVRs; the University of Kentucky is taking over the SEC Network on Sunday, July 29.

For 24 hours straight, UK will control the programming on the network, which will include Kentucky’s win over Tennessee for the 2018 SEC Tournament Championship and the football team’s win over the Vols at Kroger Field on October 28, 2017. I enjoyed both those games.

Here’s the schedule for the rest of the takeover:

2018 SEC Network Takeover Schedule

  • Georgia – Monday, July 23
    • 2018 NCAA Indoor & Outdoor Track and Field Championships
    • 2018 Rose Bowl vs. Oklahoma
  • Alabama – Tuesday, July 24
    • 2018 SEC Indoor Track & Field Championships
    • 2018 CFP National Championship Game vs. Georgia
  • Missouri – Wednesday, July 25
    • 2008 Alamo Bowl vs. Northwestern
    • Men’s Basketball: Missouri vs. Kentucky (2/3/2018)
  • Tennessee – Thursday, July 26
    • 1998 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship vs. Louisiana Tech
    • Football: Tennessee vs. Florida (9/19/1998)
  • Texas A&M – Friday, July 27
    • 2011 Women’s Basketball Championship vs. Baylor
    • 1986 Cotton Bowl vs. Auburn
  • Ole Miss – Saturday, July 28
    • 1997 Motor City Bowl vs. Marshall
    • SEC Inside: 2018 SEC Baseball Tournament
  • Kentucky – Sunday, July 29
    • 2018 SEC Men’s Basketball Championship vs. Tennessee
    • Football: Kentucky vs. Tennessee (10/28/2017)
  • Vanderbilt – Monday, July 30
    • 2014 College World Series vs. Virginia
    • 2018 NCAA Bowling Championship vs. McKendree
  • South Carolina – Tuesday, July 31
    • 2011 College World Series vs. Florida
    • Women’s Basketball: South Carolina vs. Mississippi State (3/4/2018)
  • LSU – Wednesday, August 1
    • 2018 SEC Baseball Tournament vs. Arkansas
    • SEC Storied: Maravich
  • Arkansas – Thursday, August 2
    • 1994 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship vs. Duke
    • SEC Storied: 40 Minutes of Hell
  • Auburn – Friday, August 3
    • 2017 Iron Bowl
    • SEC Storied: Rowdy
  • Mississippi State – Saturday, August 4
    • 2017 NCAA Women’s Basketball Semifinal vs. UConn
    • 2018 NCAA Baseball Super Regional vs. Vanderbilt
  • Florida – Sunday, August 5
    • Women’s Gymnastics: Florida vs. Oklahoma (1/8/2009)
    • 2009 BCS Championship Game vs. Oklahoma

And some highlights because it’s Friday afternoon and I’m bored.

Man, Stephen Johnson is tough.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

No, I will not make you a sandwich, but you can follow me on Twitter @MrsTylerKSR or email me.

2 responses to “Kentucky’s taking over the SEC Network on July 29”

  1. StuckinLville

    Seeing Jordan Jones stand over the Vols player and running his mouth is exactly what Stoops better reign in. He was an embarrassment in the Louisville game and cost us a game with his late hits. If he can’t get his emotions in check as a senior, bench him. Someone is always willing to step up. I want to root for him because he’s a Wildcat, but if he was on another team I’d hate him.

  2. Rondo2Davis

    Those two games take 24 hours to play on SEC Network? ?