Tennessee will be looking to build on its opening rout of Utah State on Saturday when the Volunteers host Arkansas State at noon on the SEC Network.
Alabama will face Florida Atlantic in its home opener Saturday, which will have a noon kickoff on the SEC Network.
Tennessee and Alabama will be playing concurrently on the SEC Network, which will have its providers unveiling alternate channels to house both telecasts. The SEC Network will also televise two games Saturday at 4 p.m. — Eastern Michigan at Florida and Nicholls State at Arkansas — as well as two more at 7:30 — Sam Houston State at LSU and Lamar at Texas A&M.
ESPN announced this week that Alabama, Florida and LSU will play on the SEC Network, while Tennessee, Arkansas and Texas A&M would be on the network's alternate or overflow channels.
Since channel numbers for the SEC Network vary depending on each viewer's provider and equipment, there's no easy way to pinpoint the numbers for the overflow, but if you know the channel number of the primary SEC Network, the overflow channel should be a click or two away.
By Saturday night, the SEC Network will have televised a game from every league campus with the exception of Georgia, Mississippi and Missouri.