2014 SEC Football Schedule – Week 2

By Kevin Kelley -

Week 2 of the 2014 SEC Football Schedule kicks off on Saturday at noon with three games – Arkansas State-Tennessee, Missouri-Toledo, and FAU-Alabama.

Overall, there are 12 games involving SEC teams this weekend. Only one is a conference matchup–Ole Miss at Vanderbilt–while the other are non-conference contests. Georgia is the only SEC team off in Week 2.

There are six games on the SEC Network this weekend in three time slots. The network will be utilizing overflow channels for three of those games. Below are the overflow channel numbers for the national providers (check SEC Network for others):

DirecTV: 611-1; DISH: 596-599, 404.1-404.3 (Hopper DVR’s); AT&T U-Verse: 1608-1610; Verizon FIOS: 332.

2014 SEC Football Schedule – Week 2 (all times ET)

Saturday, Sept. 6
Arkansas State at Tennessee – Noon, SEC Network Alt.
Florida Atlantic at #2 Alabama – Noon, SEC Network
#24 Missouri at Toledo – Noon, ESPN
UAB at Mississippi State – 2pm, ESPN3
Ohio at Kentucky – 3:30pm, ESPNU
Eastern Michigan at Florida – 4pm, SEC Network
Nicholls State at Arkansas – 4pm, SEC Network Alt.
#15 Ole Miss at Vanderbilt* – 4:30pm, ESPN
East Carolina at #21 South Carolina – 7pm, ESPNU
San Jose State at #5 Auburn – 7pm, ESPN2
Sam Houston State at #12 LSU – 7:30 pm, SEC Network
Lamar at #9 Texas A&M – 7:30 pm, SEC Network Alt.

* at LP Field, Nashville, Tennessee

  1. Owen Dooley
    September 4, 2014 at 6:51 pm

    What channel is sec Alt on direct tv

  2. Bulldog in Cornelia, GA
    September 4, 2014 at 11:42 pm

    UGA takes a week off of their National Championship tour. Believe it. Go Dawgs!

  3. SB
    September 5, 2014 at 10:13 pm

    Who cares what channel SEC alt is?????? Really go Aggies against Lamar?????Week off for Georgia????? WTF, doesn’t the SEC PLAY ANYBODY????????

  4. roger
    September 6, 2014 at 12:36 am

    SEC needs to be called out for it horrible non con scheduling coupled with the fact they won’t go to 9 conference games thus they will continue to have 5 misses every year within the conference. Why call yourself a conference if you don’t even tyro to play each other????

    • Luke Webster
      September 6, 2014 at 7:45 am

      2003-2013 SEC has won 8 NCAA football championships. Perhaps they should play more of each other for stronger competition.

    • Good Matt Hunting (@theWoodWDE)
      September 6, 2014 at 9:55 am

      LOL, really? Playing in the SEC is enough; especially the West. Also how many teams are jumping at the opportunity to play OOC games with the SEC? Not many. We don’t need 9 conference games. We started the conference championship and that is plenty.

  5. Crew
    September 6, 2014 at 12:07 pm

    611-1alternate isn’t part of my package??????