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The First Four Weeks of the SEC Network Feature Two Texas A&M Games

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Hi, Lamar! Does Beaumont have televisions?

Mike Ehrmann

Programming for the first four weeks of the SEC Network was released on Thursday. All 14 SEC institutions will have at least one home game on the network in the first four weeks of the 2014 season. We've known the opener against South Carolina was going to be the network debut for sometime. The addition of the Lamar game to the lineup is a nice surprise.

Simply put, the network is going to kick ass. Here's the lineup for the first four weeks:

Date Time (CT) Match-up
Thursday, August 28 5 PM Texas A&M at South Carolina

8:15 PM Temple at Vanderbilt
Saturday, August 30 11 AM Tennessee-Martin at Kentucky
3 PM Arkansas at Auburn
6:30 PM Southern Mississippi at Mississippi State
Sunday, August 31 6 PM Utah State at Tennessee
Saturday, September 6 11 AM Florida Atlantic at Alabama
11 AM Arkansas State at Tennessee
3 PM Eastern Michigan at Florida
3 PM Nicholls State at Arkansas
6:30 PM Sam Houston State at LSU
6:30 PM Lamar at Texas A&M
Saturday, September 13 11 AM UCF at Missouri
3 PM Louisiana-Lafayette at Ole Miss
6:30 PM Kentucky at Florida
Saturday, September 20 11 AM Troy at Georgia
3 PM TBD
6:30 PM TBD

We host Rice on September 13th. I figure that game will find its way onto ESPN2 or ESPNU. The same goes for the September 20th game in Dallas against SMU. I suppose the SEC Network might fill one of their open slots with that game, but I don't know how that'd work with SMU as the home team.

Go to hell, off season. I smell brisket and football on the horizon.