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Game Times, Channels Released For 37 SEC Football Contests

Confetti falls after the Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 35-28 in the 2018 SEC Championship Game

ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 01: Confetti falls after the Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the Georgia Bulldogs 35-28 in the 2018 SEC Championship Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on December 1, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

The SEC is saturated with national championship contenders heading into 2019. Alabama, Florida, Georgia, LSU all have legitimate shots at the College Football Playoff, and more than half of the conference will likely be bowl eligible by the end of the year.

With a portion of the SEC football schedule revealed on Thursday, we now have an idea of what the early matchups look like. There are 37 games featuring SEC teams will take place across half-a-dozen networks in the first few weeks of the season alone.

Here is the list, via ESPN and CBS Sports:

August 24: Florida vs. Clemson (Orlando) at 7:00 PM EST on ESPN

August 29: Texas State at Texas A&M at 8:30 PM EST on SECN

August 31: Toledo at Kentucky at 12:00 PM EST on SECN

August 31: Ole Miss at Memphis at 12:00 PM EST on ABC

August 31: Mississippi State vs. UL-Lafayette (New Orleans) at 12:00 PM EST on ABC

August 31: Alabama vs. Duke (Atlanta) at 3:30 PM EST on ABC

August 31: South Carolina vs. North Carolina (Charlotte) at 3:30 PM EST on ESPN

August 31: Georgia Southern at Tennessee at 3:30 PM EST on ESPNU

August 31: Portland State at Arkansas at 4:00 PM EST on SECN

August 31: Missouri at Wyoming at 7:30 PM EST on CBSSN

August 31: Auburn vs. Oregon (Arlington) at 7:30 PM EST on ABC

August 31: Georgia Southern at LSU at 7:30 PM EST on ESPNU

August 31: Georgia at Vanderbilt at 7:30 PM EST on SECN

September 7: West Virginia at Missouri at 12:00 PM EST on ESPN/ESPN2

September 7: Vanderbilt at Purdue at 12:00 PM EST on BTN

September 7: Charleston Southern at South Carolina at 12:00 PM EST on SECN

September 7: Texas A&M at Clemson at 3:30 PM EST on ABC

September 7: Murray State at Georgia at 4:00 PM EST on ESPN2

September 7: New Mexico State at Alabama at 4:00 PM EST on SECN

September 7: BYU at Tennessee at 7:00 PM EST on ESPN

September 7: Tulane at Auburn at 7:30 PM EST on ESPN2

September 7: Arkansas at Ole Miss at 7:30 PM EST on SECN

September 7: LSU at Texas at 7:30 PM EST on ABC

September 7: Tennessee-Martin at Florida at 7:30 PM EST on ESPNU/SECN

September 7: Eastern Michigan at Kentucky at 7:30 PM EST on ESPNU/SECN

September 14: Arkansas State at Georgia at 12:00 PM EST on ESPN/ESPN2

September 14: Kansas State at Mississippi State at 12:00 PM EST on ESPN/ESPN2

September 14: Chattanooga at Tennessee at 12:00 PM EST on SECN

September 14: Alabama at South Carolina at 3:30 PM EST on CBS

September 14: Colorado State at Arkansas at 4:00 PM EST on SECN

September 14: Southeastern Louisiana at Ole Miss at 4:00 PM EST on SECN

September 14: Kent State at Auburn at 7:00 PM EST on ESPN2/ESPNU

September 14: Florida at Kentucky at 7:00 PM EST on ESPN

September 14: Lamar at Texas A&M at 7:00 PM EST on ESPN2/ESPNU

September 14: Northwestern State at LSU at 7:30 PM EST on SECN

September 14: Southeast Missouri State at Missouri at 7:30 PM EST on SECN

November 28: Ole Miss at Mississippi State at 7:30 PM EST on ESPN