SEC Network Takeover (#SECNTakeover) continues Tuesday, June 30 with the Arkansas Razorbacks taking over the national television network for 24 hours. With the help of women’s basketball head coach Jimmy Dykes (video), Arkansas selected 10 marquee television events from the SEC vault* to re-live with fans.
Arkansas #SECNTakeover Schedule Includes:
- 1999 Arkansas vs. Tennessee (Football) After a heartbreaking finish in 1998, the Razorbacks knocked off the No. 3 ranked Vols with 14 unanswered points when Clint Stoerner found Anthony Lucas for the game-winning touchdown with less than four minutes left.
- SEC Storied: 40 Minutes of Hell ESPN Films relives the birth and rise of “Hawg Ball” that helped Arkansas capture the 1994 National Championship, led by Naismith Hall of Fame head coach Nolan Richardson’s “40 Minutes of Hell” style.
- 2001 Ole Miss vs. Arkansas (Football) It took seven overtimes, but Arkansas came away from Oxford with a 58-56 victory in what is tied for the longest game in NCAA history. The Razorbacks rushed for seven touchdowns, including three Hogs who broke the 100-yard mark.
- 2015 SEC Outdoor Track & Field Championship The top-ranked Razorback women’s track and field team won the 2015 SEC Outdoor Championships in Starkville, Miss., to complete the program’s third SEC Triple Crown. With the help of six individual titles including a collegiate-record performance by Sandi Morris in the pole vault, Arkansas finished the three-day meet with 127.5 points to secure the program’s fifth SEC outdoor crown.
- Arkansas Film Room: LSU vs. Arkansas 2014 Head coach Bret Bielema earned his first SEC win with a 17-0 shutout of No. 20 LSU. Watch him break down film of the victory with quarterback Brandon Allen, running back Jonathan Williams and defensive coordinator Robb Smith in the dominant performance.
- 2014 LSU vs. Arkansas (Football) Arkansas shutout No. 17 LSU for its first conference win of the season. The Razorback defense limits LSU to just 123 total yards while running backs Alex Collins and Jonathan Williams each scored in the upset victory.
- 2015 Georgia vs. Arkansas (Women’s Basketball) In front of a nationally televised audience at Bud Walton Arena, Razorback women’s basketball jumped out to a quick lead and hung on for its third consecutive win over No. 24/21 Georgia, 54-58. Sophomore Jessica Jackson led Arkansas with 15 points, including five key free throws in the final 26 seconds to ice the win.
- 2013 Florida vs. Arkansas (Men’s Basketball) The Razorbacks used a huge first half against the University of Florida to take down the No. 2 team in the country, knocking off the Gators 80-69 behind 13 points from BJ Young and 11 points apiece from Marshawn Powell and Michael Qualls.
- 2015 Alabama vs. Arkansas (Gymnastics) #12 Razorback team used an historic floor exercise performance to complete the come-from-behind upset victory over defending SEC Champion and sixth-ranked Alabama in Barnhill Arena. The national audience was treated to a school-record 49.600 behind a trio of 9.925’s in the final rotation for the win.
- 2011 LSU vs. Arkansas (Baseball) In the midst of a season-long eight-game winning streak, the Arkansas baseball team welcomed 17th ranked LSU to town and swept the Tigers, picking up 2-0, 4-3 and 5-4 victories at Baum Stadium. The Razorbacks went on to win one of its four SEC Western Division Championships in 2011. Relive the April 9th Game 2 comeback win.
- 2014 Kentucky vs. Arkansas (Men’s Basketball) After enduring a game-tying shot in the final seconds of regulation for the second straight game, the Arkansas men’s basketball team earned a bit of redemption on Jan. 14. Sophomore Michael Qualls’ sank a put-back dunk with 0.2 seconds left in overtime, giving the Razorbacks a 87-85 win over No. 13/12 Kentucky and sent a crowd of 18,886 fans into hysteria at Bud Walton Arena.
- Arkansas Year in Review The 2014-15 season was without question the most successful overall combined academic and competitive year in the history of the Arkansas Razorbacks. A one-hour look at the success on the field of play reflected through national players of the year, numerous NCAA and SEC champions and a top-20 Learfield Director’s Cup finish.
- 2014 Advocare V100 Texas Bowl: Arkansas vs. Texas After holding the University of Texas to just 59 total yards, the Arkansas Razorbacks routed the Longhorns, 31-7, to claim the Advocare V100 Texas Bowl Championship. The crowd of 71,115 was the largest in AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl history and the most fans for a bowl game ever held in Houston.
|Midnight||1999 Arkansas vs. Tennessee (Football)|
|2:30 a.m.||SEC Storied: 40 Minutes of Hell|
|3:30 a.m.||2001 Ole Miss vs. Arkansas (Football)|
|6 a.m.||2015 SEC Outdoor Track & Field Championship|
|8 a.m||Arkansas Film Room: LSU vs. Arkansas 2014|
|8:30 a.m.||2014 LSU vs. Arkansas (Football)|
|11 a.m.||2015 Georgia vs. Arkansas (Women’s Basketball)|
|12:30 p.m.||2013 Florida vs. Arkansas (Men’s Basketball)|
|2:30 p.m.||2015 Alabama vs. Arkansas (Gymnastics)|
|4 p.m.||2011 LSU vs. Arkansas (Baseball)|
|6 p.m.||2014 Kentucky vs. Arkansas (Men’s Basketball)|
|8 p.m.||Arkansas Year in Review|
|9 p.m.||Arkansas Film Room: Arkansas vs. Texas 2014|
|9:30 p.m.||2014 Advocare V100 Texas Bowl: Arkansas vs. Texas|
(schedule subject to change)
*Takeover schedules were created from available television inventory; NCAA Championships were not available for re-air.
About SEC Network Takeover
The SEC Network Takeover is a two-week programming initiative dedicated to airing programming selected by Southeastern Conference schools. All 14 schools will craft their own 24-hour schedule which may include classic games, films, ESPN original content and some school-produced content. In addition to delivering the ultimate the day of television for their fan-base, the takeover includes SEC Network’s twitter handle.
The SEC Network
The Southeastern Conference and ESPN have a 20-year agreement through 2034 to create and operate a multiplatform network which launched August 14, 2014. The new network and its accompanying digital platform carry SEC content 24/7 and featured more than 1,000 live events the first year. The network televises over 45 SEC football games, more than 100 men’s basketball games, 60 women’s basketball games, 75 baseball games, and events from across the SEC’s 21 sports annually. Programming includes in-depth commentary and analysis in studio shows, daily news and information, original content such as SEC Storied, spring football games, and more. AT&T U-verse® TV, Bright House Networks, Charter, Comcast Xfinity TV, Cox Communications, DIRECTV, DISH, Google Fiber, LUS Fiber, Mediacom, PTC Communications, Suddenlink, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS, Wilkes Telephone, and members of the NCTC, NRTC and NTTC carried the television network nationwide. Hundreds of additional live events from various sports are offered exclusively as SEC Network+ events on WatchESPN and SECNetwork.com through authenticated access from AT&T U-verse, Charter, Comcast, Cox, DIRECTV, DISH, Google Fiber, Suddenlink, Verizon FiOS and members of the NCTC, NRTC and NTTC.