Auburn wide receiver Trovon Reed celebrates the win after 3rd-ranked Auburn and 5th ranked Missouri played in the SEC Championship game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. (Trent Penny)
- SEC Network kicking off
When does it debut? Aug. 14, 2014
Current local carriers: AT&T U-verse, Dish Network.
Still in Negotiations: DirecTV, Cable One
Week 1 & 2 games on SEC Network:
- Aug. 28: Texas A&M at South Carolina, Temple at Vanderbilt
- Aug. 30: UT Martin at Kentucky, Arkansas at Auburn, Southern Miss at Mississippi State
- Sept. 6: Florida Atlantic at Alabama, Arkansas State at Tennessee, Eastern Michigan at Florida, Nicholls State at Arkansas, Sam Houston State at LSU, Lamar at Texas A&M.
Posted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014 6:08 pm
The Southeastern Conference is cemented among the sporting elite with a worldwide fanbase. However, some fans may be left out of watching their school this fall because of their television provider.
Staff Writer Ryan Phillips: 256-235-3553. On Twitter @rphillips_Star.
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Tuesday, July 22, 2014 6:08 pm.