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.
Longhorn Network will televise Iowa State at Texas on October 15 at 6 p.m. CT.
Three Top 10 Teams in Conference Play and Matchups of Ranked SEC Teams Highlight ESPN/ABC Week 4 College Football Slate
ESPN/ABC’s college football schedule for week 4 includes No. 4 Michigan, No. 5 Clemson and No. 7 Stanford in conference play and two ranked matchups of SEC teams. ABC’s Saturday Night Football Presented by Wells Fargo features No. 7 Stanford at UCLA (8 p.m.) as the Cardinal faces their first road test of the season … Read More
SEC Network, an ESPN network with 24/7 Southeastern Conference coverage, is committed to providing the sights and sounds of the halftime band performances live during each of the network’s football games this season.
“Tim is committed to his role at SEC Network and ESPN this fall. We have always been supportive of Tim’s athletic pursuits. His new schedule will allow him to continue as a college football analyst on SEC Nation this fall.” – Stephanie Druley, ESPN Senior Vice President, Event & Studio Production
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