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Sun Jun 01, 2014 6:39 pm

Paul Finebaum added to SEC Nation cast, show to make early-season stops in Auburn, Alabama

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on May 31, 2014 at 1:57 PM

The new SEC Network named two more members for its Saturday morning pregame show.

One should be quite familiar in the state of Alabama.

Radio personality Paul Finebaum and former LSU defensive lineman Marcus Spears will join Joe Tessitore and Tim Tebow on the set. The show, SEC Nation, is the conference's version of ESPN College GameDay. Finebaum was a frequent contributor to the GameDay cast last season.

Spears played at LSU under Nick Saban from 2001-04.

The SEC Network also announced the first few sites for the SEC Nation telecast.

The road show will be in Auburn on Aug. 30 before the season opener with Arkansas and air from 9-11 a.m. CT. It will then come to Tuscaloosa on Sept. 20 before the Tide faces Florida.

SEC Nation broadcast sites

Aug. 28: South Carolina

Aug. 30: Auburn

Sept. 6: Vanderbilt

Sept. 13: Florida

Sept. 20: Alabama
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SEC Network reaches deal with Comcast Cable

The footprint is growing. In its biggest deal yet, ESPN has agreed to terms with Comcast Cable to carry the SEC Network. That means it will be available to 46 million households nationwide when the network launches Aug. 14.

So far Comcast (20 million subscribers), Dish Network (14 million), Cox Communications (6 million), AT&T U-verse (5.7 million) and Google Fiber have signed on to carry SEC Network.

DirecTV (20 million) and Time Warner Cable (11 million) are still in discussions but do not have deals done.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014 8:16 am

Here is the bad news with that. Here in Houston, Texico, if you do not subscribe to Comcast, those households do not receive any Rockets or Astros home games...nada, zilch, nuttin. You talking about a fight here in this city. There are a boatload of very pissed off people here. I am not one of them because I could care less about pro Basketball or Baseball.

If this happens, could those cities be right back in the very same boat with the SEC Network?
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First day of SEC Network programming to feature marathon of classic Alabama victories

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Alabama's 42-14 romp over Notre Dame in the 2013 BCS championship game will be among 67 "classic" football games broadcast by the SEC Network in its first two weeks on the air. (Vasha Hunt/vhunt@al.com)

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The SEC Network has promised that re-airings of "classic" football games will be part of its lineup once it launches, and it appears the network has made good on that vow.[/b]

The SEC Network's searchable broadcast schedule is now available on the ESPN Media Zone website. The network will broadcast 67 "classic" football games in its first two weeks on the air (leading up to the start of the season Aug. 28), the first four of which will be --- coincidentally or not --- Alabama victories.

Leading things off is the 2009 SEC championship game, the famous "Tebow's Tears" game in which Alabama won its first league title under Nick Saban. The game airs at 1 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 15.

Immediately after that is the 2012 SEC championship game, in which Alabama won a 32-28 thriller over Georgia. That airs at 3 a.m. on Aug. 15.

Then comes last season's Alabama game at Texas A&M, a 49-42 shootout victory for the Crimson Tide. That game airs at 5 a.m. on Aug. 15.

Capping off the mini-Crimson Tide marathon is the 2013 BCS national championship game between Alabama and Notre Dame, a 42-14 romp for the Tide. That game airs at 8 a.m. Aug. 15.

So much for the conspiracy theory that ESPN only airs "classic" Alabama losses, eh?

Based on the listings, it appears the SEC Network will generally focus on one school per day for its mini-marathons. Auburn's shot comes Aug. 22 (see below).

Here's the complete the list (all times Central):

August 15

1 a.m. --- 2009 SEC championship: Alabama vs. Florida

3 a.m. --- 2012 SEC championship: Alabama vs. Georgia

5 a.m. --- Alabama at Texas A&M, 2013

8 a.m. --- 2013 BCS championship: Alabama vs. Notre Dame

10 p.m. --- Georgia at Auburn, 2010

August 16

Midnight --- LSU at Georgia, 2013

2 a.m. --- Georgia at Alabama, 2007

4 a.m. --- Florida vs. Georgia, 2007

6 a.m. --- 1999 Fiesta Bowl: Tennessee vs. Florida State

8 a.m. --- 2004 Sugar Bowl: LSU vs. Oklahoma

10 a.m. --- 2007 BCS championship: Florida vs. Ohio State

2 p.m. --- 2008 BCS championship: LSU vs. Ohio State

4 p.m. --- 2009 BCS championship: Florida vs. Oklahoma

6 p.m. --- 2010 BCS championship: Alabama vs. Texas

8 p.m. --- 2011 BCS championship: Auburn vs. Oregon

10 p.m. --- 2012 BCS championship: Alabama vs. LSU

August 17

Midnight --- 2013 BCS championship: Alabama vs. Notre Dame

2 a.m. --- Georgia at Vanderbilt, 2013

4 a.m. --- Auburn at Vanderbilt, 2008

6 a.m. --- Vanderbilt at Georgia, 2006

Noon --- 1997 Sugar Bowl: Florida vs. Florida State

2 p.m. --- Auburn at Alabama, 2010

4 p.m. --- Texas A&M at Alabama, 2012

6 p.m. --- 2008 SEC championship: Florida at Alabama

9 p.m. --- South Carolina at Georgia, 1980

August 18

Midnight --- Georgia at Mississippi State, 2010

2 a.m. --- Ole Miss at Mississippi State, 2009

4 a.m. --- Ole Miss at Mississippi State, 2013

6:30 a.m. --- 2011 Gator Bowl: Mississippi State vs. Michigan

August 19

Midnight --- Ole Miss at Florida, 2008

2:30 a.m. --- Florida at Ole Miss, 2002

5 a.m. --- Ole Miss at Auburn, 2003

11 a.m. --- LSU at Ole Miss, 2013

August 20

Midnight --- Florida at Tennessee, 2004

2 a.m. --- Tennessee at LSU, 2005

4:30 a.m. --- South Carolina at Tennessee, 2013

11 a.m. --- Tennessee at Kentucky, 2007

August 21

Midnight --- LSU at Kentucky, 2007

2 a.m. --- South Carolina at Kentucky, 2010

4:30 a.m. --- Kentucky at Georgia, 2009

11 a.m. --- Louisville at Kentucky, 2007

August 22

Midnight --- Georgia at Auburn, 2013

3 a.m. --- 2011 BCS championship: Auburn vs. Oregon

11 a.m. --- Alabama at Auburn, 2013

August 23

Midnight --- 2007 BCS championship: Florida vs. Ohio State

2:30 a.m. --- 2003 SEC championship: Florida vs. Arkansas

5 a.m. --- 2009 BCS championship: Florida vs. Oklahoma

11 a.m. --- 2008 SEC championship: Florida vs. Alabama

August 24

Midnight --- Florida at LSU, 2007

2:30 a.m. --- Auburn at LSU, 2007

5 a.m. --- LSU at Alabama, 2011

7 a.m. --- 2008 BCS championship: LSU vs. Ohio State

August 25

Midnight --- Arkansas at LSU, 2007

2 a.m. --- Tennessee at Arkansas, 2006

4:30 a.m. --- South Carolina at Arkansas, 2007

7 a.m. --- LSU at Arkansas, 2010

August 26

Midnight --- 2005 Independence Bowl: South Carolina vs. Missouri

2 a.m. --- Missouri vs Kansas, 2007

4:30 a.m. --- Oklahoma at Missouri, 2010

August 27

Midnight --- Alabama at South Carolina, 2010

2 a.m. --- Georgia at South Carolina, 2012

4:30 a.m. --- South Carolina at Florida, 2010

11 a.m. --- South Carolina at Missouri, 2013

August 28

Midnight --- Texas A&M at Alabama, 2012

2 a.m. --- Texas A&M at Ole Miss, 2012

4:30 a.m. --- Texas A&M at Mississippi State, 2012

11 a.m. --- 2013 Chick-fil-A Bowl: Texas A&M vs. Duke
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Last night I watched a 30 on 30 episode of the Auburn/Alabama rivalry and it's intensity. Great stuff!

I also saw where Greg McElroy, the QB a few years back for Bama, who happens to be from Texas has retired from the NFL where he did not make it (too small and not strong enough arm) and has been hired by the SEC Network. He is a good kid and will probably do a super job there.
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Charter Communications finalizing deal to carry SEC Network


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AUBURN, Alabama -- Charter Communications is finalizing a deal with ESPN to carry the SEC Network, AL.com has learned.

The cable provider, which broadcasts to 5.7 million customers, is expected to carry the SEC Network when it launches Aug. 14, according to a spokesperson with the cable provider.

The SEC Network will be available to more than 65 million subscribers when it launches.

The announcement Wednesday comes six days following the addition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks. The SEC Network reached an agreement with Comcast, which covers much of Alabama and Mississippi, earlier this month.

ESPN has secured deals with AT&T U-Verse, Cox Communications, Dish Network, Charter, Time Warner, Bright House Networks and Google Fiber to carry the SEC Network when it launches.

Charter is the main cable provider in Auburn and is available in other spots in Alabama.
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Why The SEC Is College Football's Dominant Conference

My Conference Can Beat Your Conference: Why the SEC Still Rules College Football, by Paul Finebaum and Gene Wojciechowski (Harper; $27)

Last week, I wrote about a book that detailed the origins of the game of football. The natural corollary to that work? Paul Finebaum’s new book about the Southeastern Conference, college football’s apex predator. In the 16-year BCS era (R.I.P.), an SEC team won the national championship nine times. More impressively, a member of the conference has won seven of the last eight national championships.

What Finebaum and his writing partner, Wojciechowski, set out to do in this highly entertaining book is not so much convince us of the SEC’s supremacy (after all, the facts speak for themselves), but provide us with some of the reasons why. The arguments, barbed with some good old-fashioned trash-talking, will be sure to rile up fans of other college football conferences. And that is, of course, part of the point.

MyConference hc cFinebaum is the “Mouth of the South,” a radio host now for ESPN and Sirius, and the new voice and face of the SEC Network, which launches August 14th. I’ve always enjoyed Finebaum’s work, both on the radio and in print (I grew up reading his Birmingham Post-Herald columns). One of my favorite parts of the book is when he traces his own life and career path, from a political science at the University of Tennessee who never played a down of football in his life, to inarguably the most influential sports media personality in the South, a man credited (and debited) for the firing of more than a few coaches.

His radio work has garnered the most attention, which has much to do with the fact that on his show, the callers reign supreme. “I don’t want you to be on the show. I don’t want you to be part of the show. I want you to be the show,” he writes in the book. He talks about some of his favorite callers (Jeff from Chicago, I-Man, Tammy) and his most infamous one, “Al from Dadeville,” who turned out to be Alabama fan, Harvey Updyke, who poisoned trees on the Auburn campus after the Crimson Tide lost to the Tigers in the Iron Bowl. The trees died and Updyke went to prison. Updyke is surely the most infamous fan of an SEC team and perhaps a lunatic, but he’s also someone whose passion and dedication and fanaticism is not totally out of the realm of imagination for most who live in this football-crazed part of the nation.

Finebaum is also really good when it comes to insight on the different personalities of the conference’s programs, like Alabama, Auburn, Florida and even doormats, Vanderbilt and Kentucky. He’s even better on SEC coaches (or “dictators,” as he calls them), like Alabama’s Nick Saban, Auburn’s Guz Malzahn and Georgia’s Mark Richt.

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DIRECTV to Provide New SEC Network on August 14, 2014

DIRECTV and ESPN Combine to Enable SEC Fans with More than 45 Exclusive Football Games at Launch
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. and BRISTOL, Conn., August 4, 2014 – DIRECTV and ESPN have entered into an agreement for DIRECTV to provide the new SEC Network to fans and followers of the Southeastern Conference when the network launches Aug. 14. The first college football game on the new network will air Aug. 28 featuring #20 Texas A&M vs. #9 South Carolina.

“The SEC boasts powerhouse athletic programs, especially in football, representing deeply loyal communities, many of which do not have any professional teams,” said Dan York, DIRECTV’s Chief Content Officer. “The depth of SEC competition and the quality ESPN brings to game production and complementary programming makes SEC Network a valuable addition to our sports programming lineup, and we’re excited to bring it into our customers’ homes and on their devices.”

“Our agreement with DIRECTV continues to push the SEC Network towards one of the most successful network launches when it debuts on August 14,” said Sean Breen, Disney and ESPN Media Networks Senior Vice President, Affiliate Sales. “We’re proud to deliver the SEC Network nationwide via DIRECTV in advance of the Texas A&M and South Carolina game later this month.”

The SEC Network will deliver at least 45 exclusive SEC football games this season. Recently released pre-season polls rank seven SEC teams in the college football preseason top 25, ensuring consistently close, competitive match-ups on SEC Network. The network will also serve as an all-access pass to nationally competitive events, news and information, expert analysis, classic games and in-depth features on the most storied conference in college athletics.

SEC Commissioner Mike Slive said, ”With opening day now firmly in sight, we are happy to count DIRECTV, the country’s largest satellite provider, among our many distributors for the SEC Network. The SEC is home to the most passionate fans in college sports and I am pleased to have such a wide distribution by launch date for the benefit of SEC fans everywhere.”

“With the launch of SEC Network just days away, we look forward to serving these legions of current and prospective students, alumni and loyal supporters with quality content and coverage nationwide,” added Justin Connolly, ESPN Senior Vice President, College Networks.

About DIRECTV:
DIRECTV (NASDAQ: DTV) is one of the world’s leading providers of digital television entertainment services delivering a premium video experience through state-of-the-art technology, unmatched programming and industry leading customer service to more than 38 million customers in the U.S. and Latin America. In the U.S., DIRECTV offers its 20 million customers access to more than 190 HD channels and Dolby-Digital® 5.1 theater-quality sound, access to exclusive sports programming such as NFL SUNDAY TICKET™, Emmy-award winning technology and higher customer satisfaction than the leading cable companies for 14 years running. DIRECTV Latin America, through its subsidiaries and affiliated companies in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, Colombia, and other Latin American countries, leads the pay TV category in technology, programming and service, delivering an unrivaled digital television experience to more than 18 million customers. DIRECTV sports and entertainment properties include two Regional Sports Networks (Rocky Mountain and Pittsburgh), and minority ownership interests in Root Sports Northwest and Game Show Network. For the most up-to-date information on DIRECTV, please visit http://www.directv.com.

About SEC Network:
The Southeastern Conference and ESPN have signed a 20-year agreement through 2034 to create and operate a multiplatform network that will launch August 14, 2014. The new network and its accompanying digital platform will air SEC content 24/7 including more than 1,000 events in its first year. The network will televise 45 SEC football games, more than 100 men’s basketball games, 60 women’s basketball games, 75 baseball games, and events from across the SEC’s 21 sports annually. Programming will also include in-depth commentary and analysis in studio shows, daily news and information original content such as SEC Storied, spring football games, and more. Hundreds of additional live events from various sports will be offered exclusively on the digital platform.
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Wed Aug 06, 2014 4:50 pm

Charter finalizes deal to carry SEC Network

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on August 06, 2014 at 11:59 AM, updated August 06, 2014 at 12:06 PM


Charter Communications has finalized an agreement to carry the SEC Network when it launches Aug. 14, the league office announced Wednesday.

Charter, which serves parts of Birmingham and Montgomery as well as the Auburn area and much of the northern part of the state in Alabama, has 5.9 million subscribers nationwide. AL.com reported July 30 that the agreement was close to being official.

Charter's addition brings the total SEC Network availability to more than 90 million, according to conference spokesman Chuck Dunlap. Satellite giant DirecTV came aboard Monday, leaving Verizon FiOs as the only major national cable, satellite or broadband provider that has not yet added the SEC Network.

The SEC Network launches at 5 p.m. Aug. 14 with the studio show "SEC Now." It also plans to broadcast 45 SEC football games this season, including an Aug. 28 opening-night doubleheader of Texas A&M at South Carolina and Temple at Vanderbilt.
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Which new faces in the SEC will have the biggest impact in 2014? These will all be household names very soon.

1. Leonard Fournette - RB - LSU
2. Duke Williams - WR - Auburn
3. Kyle Allen - QB - Texas A&M
4. Jacob Coker - QB - Alabama
5. Myles Garrett - DE - Texas A&M
6. Cam Robinson - OL - Alabama
7. Speedy Noil - WR - Texas A&M
8. Tony Brown - CB - Alabama
9. Brandon Harris - QB - LSU
10. Da'Shawn Hand - DE - Alabama
11. Malachi Dupre - WR - LSU
12. Jalen Hurd - RB - Tennessee
13. Jarran Reed - DT - Alabama
14. Roc Thomas - RB - Auburn
15. Rashaan Evans - LB - Alabama
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I gotta believe with a name like, SPEEDY NOIL, this cat has to be good. Probably the best name up there. And a Wide Receiver no less. The issue will be.....is there anyone on the A&M roster who can chunk the ball?
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The SEC Network is set to launch this week, making more SEC content than ever before available to viewers through televised and digital platforms. Here's what you need to know now that the network's launch date is almost here:

What is it?

The SEC Network is a channel dedicated to SEC sports 24/7, including live coverage of all of the SEC's 21 annual sports, studio shows and other original content. It is based in Charlotte and owned and operated by ESPN, with content licensed by the SEC.

When does it launch?


The network will begin broadcasting on Aug. 14 at 5 p.m. Central. Its first program will be "SEC Now," a studio show similar to ESPN's SportsCenter, but focused on the SEC.

Where can I find it?

The list of providers who have reached agreements to carry the network now includes Comcast, Time Warner and Bright House Networks, Dish Network, DirecTV, Charter, Cox Communications, AT&T U-Verse, Google Fibers and other smaller providers, making it available in about 90 million homes around the country. Contact your local provider to find out if it is included in your specific package and where it will located on the dial.

How many football games will it televise?

The network is set to televise 45 SEC football games in its first season, beginning with an Aug. 28 doubleheader featuring Texas A&M-South Carolina and Vanderbilt-Temple. It will broadcast three games each Saturday, along with its "SEC Nation" pre-game show, and will feature at least one game involving each of the conference's 14 programs within the first four weeks of the season. Auburn's opener against Arkansas will be televised on the network on Aug. 30, as well as Alabama's matchup with Florida Atlantic on Sept. 6.

How many games in other sports will be covered?

In addition to football, the network this year will broadcast 100 men's basketball games, 60 women's basketball games, 75 baseball games, 50 softball games and additional events from other sports.

Will I be able to access SEC Network content digitally or through mobile devices?

Yes. Along with televised events, the network plans to air more than 550 events digitally this year. Digital content can be viewed through SECNetwork.com and on iOS and Android devices through participating providers through WatchESPN.

What other types of programming will be featured on the network?


Aside from game coverage and SEC Now, planned shows include an "SEC in 60" recap show, a film room segment featuring analysis from an SEC coach, "SEC Rewind" features on past games, and the "SEC Storied" documentary series, including a piece on former Auburn greats Bo Jackson, Charles Barkley and Frank Thomas.

Who will be the on-air personalities?

A mix of existing ESPN commentators and newly signed analysts will be featured on the network, including Brent Musberger, Joe Tessitore, Jesse Palmer, Greg McElroy, Tim Tebow, Marcus Spears, Paul Finebaum, Maria Taylor, Booger McFarland, Matt Stinchcomb, Tony Barnhart and Dari Nowkhah.

What should I do if my cable or satellite provider doesn't carry the network?

Call your cable, satellite or telecommunications provider and ask for it or go to GetSECNetwork.com. Two major providers the network with which the network is still negotiating are Mediacom and Verizon FIOS.
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Sun Aug 17, 2014 12:21 pm

Of interest here in south Santa Rosa County.

New From Mediacom!

The Southeastern Conference and ESPN have teamed up to create the SEC Network, a new national network covering one of the most exciting conferences in college athletics.

And the best part?
As of August 14, Mediacom is including it for FREE with your FAMILY or PRIME TV subscription!

SEC Network - Launching August 14th

The SEC Network will air more than 1,000 live events, classic games, original programming and live sporting events in its first year, including:

45 football games
100 men's basketball games
60 women's basketball games
75 baseball games
50 softball games
No matter which SEC school you're rooting for, SEC Network's around-the-clock coverage means that even if you can't get to the game, now you can tune in and catch all the action from your favorite conference.
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Sun Aug 17, 2014 5:05 pm

I'm getting the SEC NETWORK on DIRECTV on CHANNEL 611. I watched a lot of the network last night.
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Mon Aug 18, 2014 8:54 am

Hey Pete
Do you know which channel Mediacom will be carrying the SEC Network :?:

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