The SEC Network has nothing new to show you and you really have nothing to do except STAY HOME AND HELP FLATTEN THE CURVE. So, it seems like the perfect time for a couple weeks of SEC Network Takeovers.
14 days, 14 schools, and a bunch of people either working from home for the first time or in some form of self-quarantine. Time to relive a bunch of memorable moments that these schools have gone through.
Mississippi State is set to get its SEC Network Takeover opportunity starting Tuesday at midnight. So, if you’re trying to watch every event during MSU’s takeover, go get a nap now and get some caffeine ready for later. Trust me, you’ll need it.
Or you could get a DVR set up, record everything and then go back to watch it all.
Whatever you prefer.
- 12 a.m. SEC Storied: Thunder and Lighting
- 1:30 a.m. SEC Storied: Croom
- 2:30 a.m. Arkansas vs. Mississippi State men’s basketball
- 4 a.m. LSU vs. Mississippi State baseball
- 6:30 a.m. SEC Men’s Tennis Championship
- 8:30 a.m. Texas A&M vs. Mississippi State women’s basketball
- 10: 30 a.m. Ole Miss vs. Mississippi State men’s basketball
- 12:30 p.m. SEC Inside: Mississippi State basketball
- 1 p.m. Kentucky vs. Mississippi State football
- 4 p.m. Kentucky vs. Mississippi State semifinal No. 2
- 6 p.m. LSU vs. Mississippi State baseball
- 9 p.m. Ole Miss vs. Mississippi State football
In back-to-back weeks, Will Rogers has completed 86 passes with a 76.1% completion percentage and has thrown for 776 yards and 4 touchdowns. MSU’s young quarterback has given State fans a glimpse at what Leach’s offense is capable of.
The result was disappointing, but Mississippi State fans should be proud of how a depleted roster led by young players performed Saturday.
Maybe Mike Leach’s friendship with Lane Kiffin will take the edge off the 2020 Egg Bowl. Or maybe because it’s 2020 and it’s the Egg Bowl everything will be a disaster.
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