SEC Network to Re-Air 12 UGA Football Games in its First Two Weeks

The new SEC Network is set to launch on Thursday, August 14 at 6pm ET with the studio show SEC Now.

Each year, the 24/7 SEC Network will televise “approximately 45 SEC football games, more than 100 men’s basketball games, 60 women’s basketball games, 75 baseball games, and events from across the SEC’s 21 sports.”

One game on the 2014 UGA football schedule is already slated for the SEC Network — vs. Troy on Saturday, Sept. 20 at noon ET.

An added bonus of the SEC Network will be the number of classic football games that will be re-aired. In it’s first two weeks on the air, the SEC Network will broadcast 12 UGA football games.

Two of those games are from the 2007 season — the Auburn “Blackout” game and the Florida “Celebration” game. Below are the 12 games set for broadcast:

Friday, Aug. 15
4am ET – 2012 Georgia vs. Alabama
11pm ET – 2007 Auburn at Georgia

Saturday, Aug. 16
1am ET – 2013 LSU at Georgia
3am ET – 2007 Georgia at Alabama
5am ET – 2007 Georgia vs. Florida

Sunday, Aug. 17
3am ET – 2013 Georgia at Vanderbilt
7am ET – 2006 Vanderbilt at Georgia
10pm ET – 1980 South Carolina at Georgia

Monday, Aug. 18
1am ET – 2010 Georgia at Mississippi State

Thursday, Aug. 21
5:30am ET – 2009 Kentucky at Georgia

Friday, Aug. 22
1am ET – 2013 Georgia at Auburn

Wednesday, Aug. 27
3am ET – 2012 Georgia at South Carolina

Also on the SEC Network listings is the 2014 Georgia Football Preview. That show is set to premiere on Friday, Aug. 15 at 9pm ET.

For a complete list of all the classic football games on the SEC Network in its first two weeks, check out Matt Smith’s post at Southern Pigskin.

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