SEC Network is providing extensive on-site coverage of the SEC Football Championship on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 3-4 including two sets, three live shows and a special guest analyst, Arkansas Head Coach Bret Bielema, joining the desk.
On Wednesday, Nov. 9, legendary play-by-play commentator Brent Musburger recieved the Vin Scully Lifetime Achievement Award. ESPN honored his recognition with a Scully-style tribute: he would call his SEC Saturday Night game from the booth alone for the first half (SEC Network: Ole Miss vs. Texas A&M; Nov. 11, 7:30 p.m. ET). “Brent has had one of … Read More
ESPN Networks to Showcase Ivy League Inaugural Basketball Tournaments; Announces Regular Season Package
The Ivy League has agreed with ESPN to televise the inaugural Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments, which will be held March 11-12, 2017 at The Palestra in Philadelphia. I
The America East Conference and ESPN announce 11-year extension to their current media rights agreement. The agreement commences with the 2016-17 academic year and will run through 2026-27. It includes the extension and creation of AE on ESPN3.
New basketball show airing on SEC Network in the 2016-17 season featuring all 14 SEC basketball teams. Airs Monday nights
SEC Network 2016-17 new men’s basketball analysts Pat Bradley, Jarvis Hayes
For the first time, SEC Network will have a full set on site at SEC Basketball Media Days. The Paul Finebaum Show and SEC Now are live both days – October 19 and 20 – with a total of 16 hours of coverage for the men’s and women’s basketball preview event.
SEC Network’s 2017 schedule features the most live meets ever slated for television, with 18 meets scheduled. In addition, SEC Network’s “Friday Night Heights” gymnastics series expands to eight consecutive weeks of high-flying competition from across the conference. Action begins with a Friday, Jan. 6 matchup of Georgia at LSU and continues with doubleheaders each Friday through February 24.
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