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Jacksonville State vs. Auburn - Sept. 12 at 12pm on SEC Network
Play-by-play: Dave Neal
Color commentator: Matt Stinchcomb
Sideline reporter: N/A

Georgia at Vanderbilt - Sept. 12 at 3:30pm on CBS
Verne Lundqvist & Gary Danielson
Sideline reporter: Allie LaForce

Fresno State at Ole Miss - Sept. 12 at 3:30pm on ESPN2
Adam Amin & Kelly Stouffer
Sideline reporter: Olivia Harland

Middle Tennessee at Alabama - Sept 12 at 4pm ET on SEC Network
Tom Hart & Andre Ware
Sideline reporter: Laura Rutledge

Toledo at Arkansas - Sept. 12 at 4pm on SEC Network Alternate
Mike Couzens & Cole Cubelic
Sideline reporter: Kevin Weidl

Oklahoma at Tennessee - Sept. 12 at 6pm on ESPN
Brad Nessler & Todd Blackledge
Sideline reporter: Holly Rowe

Missouri at Arkansas State - Sept. 12 at 7pm on ESPN3
Drew Fellios & Forrest Conoly
Sideline reporter: N/A

Ball State at Texas A&M - Sept. 12 at 7pm on ESPNU
Allen Bestwick & Dan Hawkins
Sideline reporter: Kayce Smith

East Carolina at Florida - Sept. 12 at 7pm on ESPN2
Mark Jones & Rod Gilmore
Sideline reporter: Quint Kessenich

Kentucky at South Carolina - Sept. 12 at 7:30pm on SEC Network
Brent Musburger & Jesse Palmer
Sideline reporter: Maria Taylor

LSU at Mississippi State - Sept. 12, at 9:15pm on ESPN
Dave Pasch & Brian Griese
Sideline reporter: Tom Luginbill
Filed Under: SEC Football

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Verne @ Vandy, Imma gun be druuuuunk by halftime.
Reply80 months
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@ TigerattheU While that is true, it still doesn't make all the sense. By definition, the SECN will have some of the leftovers. So why put some guys that were headlining your ABC games a couple years ago, into the leftovers of the SEC games for the weekend. Getting them to the SECN wasn't going to magically make viewers - that is stupid.
Reply80 months
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I'm more surprised to see Tom Lugenbill as a sideline reporter. Did ESPN completely give up on recruiting? He was their main guy.
Reply80 months
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Musberger and Palmer were brought to the SEC Network for a big splash to elevate its launch and encourage subscribers. It wasn't a demotion. They do the SEC Network primetime game every week. They aren't up for the ESPN primetime game and get passed over.
Reply80 months
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@AnotherRound, no doubt, surprised they aren't working LSU@MSU and surprised they are working the game they got instead. Someone is either losing favor or something
Reply80 months
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Verne promised to work the word(s) "honky tonk" into his broadcast Saturday then on Monday 929thegame in ATL will have a question related to his use of said phrase and then have a call-in contest around it.
Reply80 months
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Man, Brent and Jesse gettin buried... kinda not understanding that
Reply80 months
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