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This should mark the completion of their circlejerk and the beginning of the final downfall of college sports.
The Southeastern Conference has completed the buy-back of its TV, digital and sponsorship rights from third parties, clearing the final hurdles to launch its TV channel with ESPN next year. The conference and ESPN will make a formal announcement on the yet-to-be-named SEC channel, which will launch
This is a Pallas’s cat. Their round pupils give them an odd human quality. They disturb me...deeply.
The $EC Channel...Roll Tide
I thought espn was already the sec network?
...and when will they announce that $cUM and tO$U are leaving the B1G to join the SEC so all the cheaters can be in one conference?
So Vanderbilt is about to get a 15 minute segment on how they are turning themselves into a football juggernaut.
So it will be actually a separate channel, rather than them just adding an SEC logo to the bottom of the screen on ABC/ESPN's regular properties.
Honestly, it's pathetic that it took this long for a conference with the pull of the SEC. They tried to trumpet their "SEC Network" with ESPN, but that was crap. Even living in somewhat SEC country, I never felt like it provided much additional exposure for the schools. It was basically ESPN Plus with an SEC logo.
This post was edited by MiamiSpartan 12 months ago
So the people in the SEC are too stupid to figure out how to make their own channel. Thats what I get out of this.
I thought the SEC already had a network?
How are they going to get people to watch it any time of the year other than football season?
EDIT: Ah, replays. duh.
This post was edited by All Ages Shows 12 months ago
tickets are as high as 2K for the Bama vs TAMU game right now
Good stuff Should have time for track & field for those that like it
Daily recruiting call-in shows
The SEC will finally get the positive coverage that it has been lacking.
Well, at least they are finally making their long-suspected affair official.
BTN is with Fox Sports, sounds like pretty much the same thing.
Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance
will we really notice a difference for what ESPN already puts on their airwaves?
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