SEC Network will feature all 14 teams in first four weeks

The SEC will keep its eight-game conference football schedule for the foreseeable future. (USATSI)
The SEC Network is set to launch in August 2014. (USATSI)

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The SEC Network, set for a launch in August, announced kickoff times for 12 additional games in the first four weeks of the 2014 season. The network's slate, which will get rolling on Thursday, Aug. 28 with Texas A&M at South Carolina, now includes games for all 14 league members in the first month of the season. 

"The fact that the SEC Network will originate a game from every stadium in the conference in the first four weeks of the 2014 season is testament to the depth of coverage fans can expect from the network," SEC commissioner Mike Slive said in the official release. "In just the first month of the season, fans that get the network will enjoy all the passion and pageantry of SEC football from 14 of the greatest venues in the world of sports. This is what the SEC Network is all about."

Aug. 28

6 p.m. -- Texas A&M Aggies at South Carolina Gamecocks

9:15 p.m. -- Temple Owls at Vanderbilt Commodores

Aug. 30

Noon -- Tennessee-Martin at Kentucky Wildcats

4 p.m. -- Arkansas Razorbacks at Auburn Tigers

7:30 p.m. -- Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles at Mississippi State Bulldogs

Aug. 31

7 p.m. -- Utah State Aggies at Tennessee Volunteers

Sept. 6

Noon -- Florida Atlantic Owls at Alabama Crimson Tide

Noon -- Arkansas State Red Wolves at Tennessee Volunteers

4 p.m. -- Eastern Michigan Eagles at Florida Gators

4 p.m. -- Nicholls State at Arkansas Razorbacks

7:30 p.m. -- Sam Houston State at LSU Tigers

7:30 p.m. -- Lamar at Texas A&M Aggies

Sept. 13

Noon -- UCF Knights at Missouri Tigers

4 p.m. -- UL Lafayette Ragin Cajuns at Ole Miss Rebels

7:30 p.m. -- Kentucky Wildcats at Florida Gators

Sept. 20

Noon -- Troy at Georgia Bulldogs

4 p.m. -- TBD

7:30 p.m. -- TBD

According to the league, fans who get SEC Network will also have access to an overflow channel when two games are being aired at the same time. 

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