The SEC Network will broadcast a number of football games on Saturday, September 6 starting with Florida Atlantic against Alabama.
The new channel, launched by the Southeastern Conference and ESPN to air SEC content 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, started on August 14.
The channel is available through most major providers including AT&T U-verse, Charter, Comcast, Cox, DIRECTV, DISH, and Time Warner Cable.
Other providers such as Mediacom, Olin, and PTV Communications are also connected–see a full list below.
The channel is available online through SECNetwork.com, and on iOS, Android, Apple TV, and Roku devices through participating providers via Watch ESPN.
See the upcoming schedule below and the full list of providers below that.
Florida Atlantic vs Alabama
Eastern Michigan vs Florida
Sam Houston State vs LSU
Arkansas State vs Tennessee
Nicholls State vs Arkansas
Lamar vs Texas A&M
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