"SEC Nation" Show to Visit Oxford for Tennessee Game
The Grove on game day (photo by Joshua McCoy)
Sept. 10, 2014

OXFORD, Miss. – The SEC Network’s traveling pre-game show, “SEC Nation,” will visit Ole Miss and The Grove for the Tennessee game on Oct. 18, the network announced Wednesday.

The show, featuring Joe Tessitore, Tim Tebow, Marcus Spears, Paul Finebaum and Kaylee Hartung will bring the sights and sounds of every SEC campus before the college football season ends. SEC Nation airs live on SEC Network every Saturday from 9-11 a.m. CT.

The Oct. 18 date is scheduled to be the first time an ESPN college football pre-game show has telecast from The Grove.

The Rebels were featured on the show just last week when “SEC Nation” visited Nashville for the Ole Miss vs. Vanderbilt game at LP Field, a rare chance to air on location from an NFL stadium.

SEC Nation stops announced to date (subject to change):

Date

Campus

Location

Matchup

Thu, Aug. 28

South Carolina

Gamecock Park

Texas A&M at South Carolina

Sat, Aug. 30

Auburn

Campus Green

Arkansas at Auburn

Sat, Sept. 6

Vanderbilt

LP Field

Ole Miss at Vanderbilt

Sat, Sept. 13

Florida

Plaza of the Americas

Kentucky at Florida

Sat, Sept. 20

Alabama

Moore Hall

Florida at Alabama

Sat, Sept. 27

Georgia

Myers Quad

Tennessee at Georgia

Sat, Oct. 4

Kentucky

Purple Lot (College Way at Alumni Drive)

South Carolina at Kentucky

Sat, Oct. 11

Arkansas

Victory Village

Alabama at Arkansas

Sat, Oct. 18

Ole Miss

The Grove

Tennessee at Ole Miss


Rolling into its fourth show at Florida on Saturday, the two-hour pregame show has established weekly segments - Tebow’s Freak of the Week, Spears’s tailgate eats and Hartung’s social segments - brought its own fierce flavor to the local tailgating scene roasting a pig from The Hound at Auburn and sampling Loco Donuts at Vandy, as well as hosting its first on-set interview with Vanderbilt head coach Derek Mason.
 

 

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