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How to Watch the 2014 NFL Draft: Times, Television Channels and Internet Coverage

It is the three day spectacle that helps shape the future of NFL franchises. Follow along as Mississippi State players hope to hear their names called in the 2014 NFL draft.

Stacy Revere

The NFL Draft has provided countless "made for television" moments and argument fodder for years, so much so that the NFL has decided that they should extend the event to a three day process not long ago.  With all of the surprise picks, tough to watch tumbles down the board, and yes, entrance music (BY GAWD, KING!!!! THAT'S JADEVEON CLOWNEY'S MUSIC!!!!!) here is your guide to see all of the fun and drafting of Mississippi State Bulldogs.

Before the draft, make sure to catch Matt Ufford and Dan Rubenstein on the SB Nation pre-draft show at 6:30 pm CT.  They will also follow the draft with a post show at 10:00 pm.  You can watch by clicking here.

The draft will be the 79th in the history of the NFL, and it can be watched on ESPN/ESPN2 and the NFL Network.  Fans away from their television can watch online at NFL.com.

The first round begins at at 7pm CT on May 8, and the teams will have ten minutes between picks.  Rounds two and three take place Friday at 6pm CT on May 9, and teams will have seven minutes between picks.  Saturday features rounds four through seven, and the draft cranks back up at 11 am CT.  In the final four rounds, teams have five minutes between picks.

Gabe Jackson and LaDarius Perkins appear to be locks to be drafted for the Bulldogs and players such as Denico Autry and Nickoe Whitley may hear their names called as well.

Be sure to keep up with the blogs for player profiles, reactions during the draft and open threads during the three day event.