UT will take over SEC Network on July 13

The documentary Catch 98, which documents the basketball career of Lady Vol Tamika Catchings, will be part of the University of Tennessee’s SEC Network Takeover programming. The SEC Storied film will air on Wednesday morning. (Image Provided)

It happens every July and on Wednesday the annual SEC Takeover will put the spotlight on the University of Tennessee for a full day of programming beginning at midnight.

During the SEC Network Takeover, each of the 14 Southeastern Conference schools has the opportunity to create a customized, 24-hour stretch of programming to highlight its memorable moments and history. Nine Tennessee athletic events from 2021-22 and five produced shows highlight UT’s 24-hour takeover.

A complete list of Tennessee ‘s programming follows (all times Eastern):

Midnight – Football: Tennessee vs. South Carolina (Oct. 9, 2021)

3 a.m. – Football: Tennessee Volunteers Spring All-Access

4 a.m. – Women’s Basketball: Tennessee vs. Kentucky (Jan. 16, 2022)

6 a.m. – Volleyball: Tennessee vs. Arkansas (Sept. 26, 2021)

7:30 a.m. – SEC Storied: Catch 98

8:30 a.m. – Men’s Basketball: Tennessee vs. Texas A&M (SEC Tournament | March 13, 2022)

10:30 a.m. – SEC Inside: SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament

11 a.m. – Soccer: Tennessee vs. Arkansas (SEC Tournament | Nov. 7, 2021)

1 p.m. – SEC Inside: SEC Soccer Tournament

1:30 p.m. – Women’s Basketball: Tennessee vs. Texas (Nov. 21, 2021)

3:30 p.m. – Baseball: Tennessee vs. Florida (SEC Tournament | May 29, 2022)

6:30 p.m. – SEC Inside: SEC Baseball Tournament

7 p.m. – Football: Tennessee at Kentucky (Nov. 6, 2021)

10 p.m. – Softball: Tennessee vs. Missouri (March 13, 2022) •

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