How to watch the South Carolina Gamecocks SEC Network takeover this week

The South Carolina Gamecocks will be on the SEC Network for an entire day on July 4th.
South Carolina Gamecocks mascot Cocky
South Carolina Gamecocks mascot Cocky / ALEX HICKS JR./STAFF / USA TODAY NETWORK

Fans of the South Carolina Gamecocks soon will have an entire day to watch their favorite teams.

Each summer, the SEC Network dedicates an entire day to each Southeastern Conference team in which the network only airs programming for and about that athletic department. In other words, every team in the SEC gets an "SEC Network takeover" day in which their past game, documentaries, interviews, etc. are the only things available on the channel.

Recently, ESPN released their schedule for the SEC Network Takeover days, and the South Carolina Gamecocks have been given a great day for their takeover.

Thursday, July 4th is the Gamecock takeover day, and with so many from the Palmetto State having the day off from work, there are sure to be a ton of televisions and streaming devices with South Carolina athletics playing on them all day.

So far, ESPN has only released some of the programming that will be available for each SEC Network Takeover, and for the Gamecocks, just two timeslots have been revealed. At 8:00 PM ET, the third National Championship win for Dawn Staley and the South Carolina basketball team (the victory over the Iowa Hawkeyes to finish the 2023-2024 season) will air on the SEC Network and ESPN app. At 10:00 PM ET, right after the Gamecocks finish cutting down the nets following the Iowa win, Lamont Paris' 2023-2024 squad will light up screens as they dismantle the Kentucky Wildcats at Colonial Life Arena.

The rest of the details surrounding the South Carolina Gamecocks SEC Network Takeover will be revealed later.

The entire daily schedule for the SEC Network Takeovers is listed below:

Saturday, June 29th: Vanderbilt Commodores
Sunday, June 30th: Texas Longhorns
Monday, July 1st: Oklahoma Sooners
Tuesday, July 2nd: Kentucky WIldcats
Wednesday, July 3rd: LSU Tigers
Thursday, July 4th: South Carolina Gamecocks
Friday, July 5th: Tennessee Volunteers
Saturday, July 6th: Missouri Tigers
Sunday, July 7th: Mississippi State Bulldogs
Monday, July 8th: Ole Miss Rebels
Tuesday, July 9th: Alabama Crimson Tide
Wednesday, July 10th: Auburn Tigers
Thursday, July 11th: Georgia Bulldogs
Friday, July 12th: Arkansas Razorbacks
Saturday, July 13th: Texas A&M Aggies
Sunday, July 14th: Florida Gators

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