For the second consecutive year, the Women’s National Collegiate Gymnastics Championship will air live on national television with the first Team Semifinals, All-Around and Individual Event (Semifinal #1) airing on ESPN2 at 1 p.m. ET on Friday, April 14, and the second session (Semifinal #2) beginning on ESPNU at 8 p.m. and finishing live on ESPN. ESPNU will simulcast the ESPN3 All-Around view beginning at 9 p.m. when coverage moves to ESPN.
Texas Football’s 2017 Orange & White Spring Game will air Saturday, April 15, at 1 p.m. CT on Longhorn Network, ESPN’s 24-hour University of Texas network. A special edition of LHN’s Texas Football All Access will debut the night before, on Friday, April 14, at 7 p.m. CT. The show features exclusive access throughout UT’s … Read More
For the second consecutive year, every Spring Football Game played in the Southeastern Conference will be nationally televised by an ESPN network. This year’s games are highlighted with an immersive experience into SEC officiating at the Georgia game on Saturday, April 22, and a unique field-access view during the Alabama game that same afternoon.
Two days of on the road programming surrounding the three conference teams in the Final Four: Mississippi State Women’s, South Carolina Men’s and South Carolina Women’s Basketball Teams
The 2017 SEC Gymnastics Championship is set to air on Saturday, March 18 on ESPNU at 2 p.m. (afternoon session) and SEC Network at 6 p.m. (evening session) from Jacksonville, Fla. After successfully producing the meet live for television for the first time last year, and debuting a second-screen experience, the network’s production raises the bar once again, transforming last year’s live apparatus feeds into team specific streams on SEC Network +.
Longhorn Network swings into baseball conference play this week with extended coverage plans for marquee matchups and debut plans for the new head coach’s show, as the team plays out the remainder of the schedule.
ESPN’s college networks swing into NCAA baseball season conference play this week carrying 97 games across ESPNU, SEC Network and Longhorn Network, including games streaming on ESPN3, SEC Network + and ACC Network Extra via the ESPN app and WatchESPN.
SEC Network returns to Nashville, Tenn. this week to televise the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament set to the familiar tune of Music City’s own singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Hunter Hayes. The network’s news and information show, SEC Now, plans to use Hayes’ song “Young Blood,” from his highly anticipated third studio album expected out this summer, throughout its coverage of the first, second and quarterfinal games.
SEC Network concludes producing more than 370 regular-season games in the men’s and women’s basketball schedule with first, second, third and quarterfinal Southeastern Conference tournament games airing on the network, accompanied with a live SEC Now desk on-site throughout each.
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