Beginning March 14, ESPN networks will combine to carry 98 Southeastern Conference baseball games, 75 of which air on SEC Network.Opening night of conference play, Friday, March 17, SEC Network returns Bases Loaded coverage, featuring every SEC team in a live compilation of seven games:South Carolina at Tennessee (7 p.m. ET)Florida at Auburn (7 p.m.)Kentucky at Texas A&M (7 p.m.)Missouri at Alabama (7:30 p.m.)Mississippi State at Arkansas (7:30 p.m.)Vanderbilt at Ole Miss (8 p.m.)Georgia at LSU (8 p.m.)Every Bases Loaded game is also available in its entirety, streaming live via SEC Network +. Additional games available exclusively for streaming on SEC Network + via WatchESPN and the ESPN app will be announced at a later time.This years schedule also includes five television wildcard selections, allowing the SEC Network the opportunity to determine the best television matchup at a later date. The schedule closes out with SEC Network airing the entirety of the SEC Baseball Tournament may 23-27, outside of the Championship game on ESPN2 on May 28.DateTime (ET)MatchupNetworkTues, March 147 p.m.Murray State at KentuckySEC NETWORKWed, March 157:30 p.m.Chicago State at MissouriSEC NETWORKFri, March 177 p.m.Bases LoadedSEC NETWORKSat, March 182 p.m.Missouri at AlabamaSEC NETWORK8 p.m.Mississippi State at ArkansasSEC NETWORKSun, March 191 p.m.Missouri at AlabamaSEC NETWORK2 p.m.South Carolina at TennesseeESPNU4 p.m.Vanderbilt at Ole MissSEC NETWORKTues, March 217 p.m.Rice at Texas A&MSEC NETWORKThurs, March 237 p.m.Ole Miss at KentuckySEC NETWORKFri, March 247 p.m.LSU at FloridaSEC NETWORKSat, March 25NoonOle Miss at KentuckySEC NETWORK3 p.m.Arkansas at MissouriSEC NETWORK3 p.m.LSU at FloridaESPN28 p.m.Texas A&M at VanderbiltSEC NETWORKSun, March 261 p.m.LSU at FloridaSEC NETWORK4 p.m.Texas A&M at VanderbiltSEC NETWORKTues, March 286 p.m.Savannah State at GeorgiaSEC NETWORK8 p.m.Auburn vs. Alabama (Neutral Site)ESPNUThurs, March 307 p.m.Texas A&M at LSUSEC NETWORK8 p.m.Mississippi State at Ole MissESPNUFri, March 319 p.m.Texas A&M at LSUESPNUSat, April 13:30 p.m.Texas A&M at LSUESPN26 p.m.South Carolina at AuburnESPNU8 p.m.Arkansas at AlabamaSEC NETWORKSun, April 24 p.m.Arkansas at AlabamaSEC NETWORKTues, April 47 p.m.Clemson at GeorgiaSEC NETWORKThurs, April 67 p.m.Vanderbilt at South CarolinaSEC NETWORK7:30 p.m.Missouri at GeorgiaESPNUFri, April 77:00 p.m.Vanderbilt at South CarolinaESPNUSat, April 8NoonVanderbilt at South CarolinaESPN26 p.m.Tennessee at FloridaSEC NETWORKSun, April 91 p.m.Tennessee at FloridaSEC NETWORK4 p.m.Alabama at Ole MissSEC NETWORKTues, April 117 p.m.Georgia Tech at GeorgiaSEC NETWORKThurs, April 137 p.m.Auburn at TennesseeSEC NETWORK9 p.m.Florida at VanderbiltESPNUSat, April 153 p.m.Florida at VanderbiltESPN28 p.m.Kentucky at MissouriSEC NETWORKSun, April 161 p.m.Kentucky at MissouriSEC NETWORK4 p.m.Mississippi State at South CarolinaSEC NETWORKTues, April 187 p.m.Louisville at KentuckySEC NETWORKThurs, April 207 p.m.Alabama at Mississippi StateSEC NETWORK7:30 p.m.South Carolina at FloridaESPNUFri, April 217 p.m.Vanderbilt at GeorgiaESPNU7 p.m.Wildcard SelectionSEC NETWORKSat, April 22NoonSouth Carolina at FloridaESPN2Sun, April 234 p.m.Arkansas at AuburnSEC NETWORKTues, April 258 p.m.Mississippi State vs. Ole Miss (Neutral Site)SEC NETWORKWed, April 267 p.m.Xavier at KentuckySEC NETWORKThurs, April 277 p.m.Ole Miss at ArkansasSEC NETWORK7:30 p.m.LSU at AlabamaESPN2Fri, April 287 p.m.Ole Miss at ArkansasSEC NETWORKSat, April 295 p.m.Tennessee at VanderbiltSEC NETWORK8 p.m.Auburn at Mississippi StateSEC NETWORKSun, April 301 p.m.Auburn at Mississippi StateSEC NETWORK4 p.m.Tennessee at VanderbiltSEC NETWORKTues, May 27 p.m.Murray State at MissouriSEC NETWORKThurs, May 47 p.m.Arkansas at TennesseeSEC NETWORK7:30 p.m.Mississippi State at Texas A&MESPNUSat, May 61 p.m.Arkansas at TennesseeSEC NETWORK2 p.m.Mississippi State at Texas A&MESPNU8 p.m.South Carolina at LSUSEC NETWORKSun, May 72 p.m.Ole Miss at FloridaSEC NETWORK3 p.m.South Carolina at LSUESPN5 p.m.Alabama at AuburnSEC NETWORKTues, May 97 p.m.Indiana at KentuckySEC NETWORKThurs, May 117:30 p.m.Auburn at LSUESPNUFri, May 127 p.m.Wildcard SelectionSEC NETWORKSat, May 131 p.m.Auburn at LSUSEC NETWORK4 p.m.Mississippi State at GeorgiaSEC NETWORK7 p.m.Texas A&M at Ole MissSEC NETWORKSun, May 141 p.m.Texas A&M at Ole MissSEC NETWORK4 p.m.Florida at AlabamaSEC NETWORKTues, May 166 p.m.Furman at GeorgiaSEC NETWORKThurs, May 187 p.m.Wildcard SelectionSEC NETWORK7:30 p.m.Wildcard SelectionESPNUFri, May 197 p.m.Wildcard SelectionSEC NETWORKSat, May 20NoonArkansas at Texas A&MSEC NETWORK3 p.m.Georgia at South CarolinaSEC NETWORK4:30 p.m.LSU at Mississippi StateESPNUSEC Baseball Championship ScheduleDateTime (ET)ProgrammingNetworkTues, May 2310:30 a.m.First RoundSEC NETWORK2 p.m.First RoundSEC NETWORK5:30 p.m.First RoundSEC NETWORK9 p.m.First RoundSEC NETWORKWed, May 2410:30 a.m.Second RoundSEC NETWORK2 p.m.Second RoundSEC NETWORK5:30 p.m.Second RoundSEC NETWORK9 p.m.Second RoundSEC NETWORKThurs, May 2510:30 a.m.Third RoundSEC NETWORK2 p.m.Third RoundSEC NETWORK5:30 p.m.Third RoundSEC NETWORK9 p.m.Third RoundSEC NETWORKFri, May 264 p.m.Fourth RoundSEC NETWORK7:30 p.m.Fourth RoundSEC NETWORKSat, May 271 p.m.Semi-finalSEC NETWORK4:30 p.m.Semi-finalSEC NETWORKSun, May 283 p.m.ChampionshipESPN2 Thomas Welsh Jersey . 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RIO DE JANEIRO -- Anthony Ervin finally has an Olympic gold medal to replace the one he sold 16 years ago.The 35-year-old American won the mens 50-meter freestyle at the Rio Games on Friday, capping a night of upsets in the pool.Ervin improbably touched first in 21.40 seconds -- a hundredth of a second ahead of defending champion Florent Manaudou of France. Teammate and former training partner Nathan Adrian claimed bronze.Its surreal, kind of absurd, Ervin said. When I touched and turned around and saw the `1 next to my name, I kind of smiled and laughed.Katie Ledecky, his 19-year-old teammate and multiple gold medalist, marveled at Ervins feat.Wow, who does that, winning 16 years apart? she said. Thats like me winning gold in London and then not winning an individual gold medal until 2028. Hes taken such a leadership role and it definitely rubs off on everybody.It didnt come easily.At the 2000 Sydney Games, Ervin tied teammate Gary Hall Jr. for gold in the 50 free, making him one of the sports rising stars. But he stunningly walked away in 2003, burned out on swimming and seeking to find a deeper meaning to life. He auctioned off his gold medal for $17,100 and donated the proceeds to help victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Ervin readily admitted he lost his silver from the 400 free relay in Sydney.Ervin returned to make the American team in 2012, but finished fifth in the 50.Hed fallen in love with the sport again, thriving on the love of family, friends and teammates, who at times over the years since Sydney had no idea where he was in the world. Ervin broke away from the winners stroll on deck to share wild hugs with his brother and his ride or die friends, the bam-bam fam.If Ive achieved anything great, its because I was upon their shoulders and they lifted me up, he said.Erviin is easily identifiable in the splash-and-dash race by his sleeve of tattoos on each churning arm.dddddddddddd He turns interviews into a discussion on everything from philosophy to Biblical parables. Earlier this year, he detailed his lifes adventures, including drugs and sex, in a book called Chasing Water: Elegy of an Olympian.This is a guy who lists rock star as his future professional aspiration in his USA Swimming biography.Ervin revealed a surprise after his win: he became a father during the U.S. trials last month. He had planned on attending his daughters birth, but he was still at the meet and then got caught up in Olympic preparations.Oh man, its like a thunderbolt, he said, declining to reveal her name. I havent had a chance to meet her yet and I tried to send a message to her after my race.After leaving the sport in 2003, Ervin spent eight years working odd jobs, moved from California to New York and then back again, and finished his college degree at California. In Berkeley, Ervin was coaching young kids at the pool when he rediscovered his love of the sport that remains to this day.Unlike many swimmers who focus on getting their hand on the wall first, Ervin favors an intellectual approach.You just think about trying to swim the race that you imagine you can do, he said. Maybe it starts as a dream and then its a plan. You plan to do something and you start testing that plan. I dont think my age should limit me and I dont think fear of defeat should limit me either.The gold medal hung around Ervins neck, seemingly more comfortably than it did in Sydney, when he was 19 and restless.Im keeping it for now, he said. Who knows what the future holds? ' ' '