All SEC Fans
|6:00 PM/ET||Texas A&M @ South Carolina|
|9:15 PM/ET||Temple @ Vanderbilt|
|12:00 PM/ET||Tennessee-Martin @ Kentucky|
|4:00 PM/ET||Arkansas @ Auburn|
|7:30 PM/ET||Southern Miss @ Mississippi St|
|7:00 PM/ET||Utah State @ Tennessee|
|12:00 PM/ET||Florida Atlantic @ Alabama
Arkansas State @ Tennessee
|4:00 PM/ET||Eastern Michigan @ Florida
Nicholls State @ Arkansas
|7:30 PM/ET||Sam Houston State @ LSU
Lamar @ Texas A&M
|12:00 PM/ET||UCF @ Missouri|
|4:00 PM/ET||Louisiana-Lafayette @ Ole Miss|
|7:30 PM/ET||Kentucky @ Florida|
|12:00 PM/ET||Troy @ Georgia|
The new channel developed by ESPN and the Southeastern Conference to serve fans of one of the nation's most elite conference — the SEC. The network will air SEC content 24/7 including 45 SEC football games, 100 men's basketball games, 60 women's basketball games, 75 baseball games, 50 softball games and additional events from the SEC's 21 annual sports. Programming will also include studio shows and original content such as SEC Storied.
August 14, 2014
The network will be called the "SEC Network."
This collaboration between the SEC and ESPN will combine unparalleled content from one of the most competitive conferences
in the country with the industry-leading production quality fans expect from ESPN.
This will be a national sports network.
Yes, the SEC Network will be available on SECNetwork.com and on iOS and Android devices through WatchESPN.
The production home will be in Charlotte, N.C.
ESPN already has a state-of-the-art facility in Charlotte that is easily accessible from across the SEC footprint.
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University of Alabama
University of Arkansas
University of Florida
University of Georgia
University of Kentucky
Louisiana State University
University of Mississippi
University of Missouri
University of South Carolina
University of Tennessee
Texas A&M University
More than 1,000 live events will be available in the first full year across the television network and its digital extensions.
The network will air a game featuring every football team in the SEC within the first four weeks of the 2014 college football season, starting with the season opener Texas A&M vs. South Carolina and Temple vs. Vanderbilt. Additionally, a combined 65 live women’s volleyball and women’s soccer games will air in the first year – more than five times the number of events available nationwide last year. The full football schedule can be viewed here and the full soccer and volleyball schedule can be viewed here.
The SEC has great depth in all major sports so the network will have top-tier matchups each week.
Specific programming is still being developed, but current plans include:
A mix of both existing ESPN personnel and new on-air staff will be present on the network. Most recent staff announced to be featured on the network include Paul Finebaum, Joe Tessitore, Brent Musberger, Jesse Palmer, Greg McElroy, Tim Tebow, and Marcus Spears.
Agreements are already in place with AT&T U-verse, Bright House Networks, Comcast, Cox, DISH, Google Fiber, Time Warner Cable, and other providers (full list below) to distribute the network. ESPN will continue negotiating with the other distributors for carriage of the SEC Network. Your cable, satellite, or telco provider makes programming decisions based on customer requests. You can support the SEC Network by calling your cable, satellite, or telco provider and requesting the SEC Network OR by going to GetSECNetwork.com to sign-up.
We encourage you to keep calling your cable, satellite or telco provider to request the SEC Network or switch to a carrier that does.
Yes. Our interest is in delivering this content in broadly distributed packages across the country.