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SEC Network Takeover schedule for Tuesday, June 30 with the Arkansas Razorbacks taking over the national television network for 24 hours.
For the second consecutive year Southeastern Conference soccer and volleyball will see extensive coverage of 80 games on national television. In 2015, SEC Network and ESPNU will air a combined 30 women’s soccer games – including the entire SEC Soccer Tournament – and 50 women’s volleyball matches.
SEC Network Takeover (#SECNTakeover) begins Monday, June 29, with the Alabama Crimson Tide taking over the national television network for 24 hours.
SEC Network is turning its television schedule over to each of the 14 institutions in the Southeastern Conference in its first “SEC Network Takeover” initiative. Beginning Monday, June 29 (full schedule), each school will personally choose what airs on the television channel for 24 consecutive hours.
The multiplatform SEC Network will carry it’s 997, 998, 999 and 1,000 exclusive SEC Network + events with the Tennessee at Alabama softball game, Mississippi State at Arkansas, Alabama at Ole Miss and Missouri at Vanderbilt baseball games all airing on Friday, April 25, at 7:30 p.m. ET. SEC Network + events are primarily produced … Read More
SEC Network will continue its coverage of pro days within the Southeastern Conference with reporters at both Tennessee and LSU this week. Kayce Smith will report for the nightly news show, SEC Now, from the Tennessee Pro Day. Then on Friday, March 27, analyst Greg McElroy will report from LSU with live coverage from the … Read More
SEC Network will feature coverage of Alabama, Kentucky and Vanderbilt Pro Days this week. On Wednesday, March 11, the network will be live form Alabama Pro Day beginning at noon ET/ 11 a.m. CT . Recruiting analyst Tom Luginbill will host alongside first round draft pick and two-time Super Bowl winning Booger McFarland. Former Alabama … Read More
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