ESPN and the SEC announced today in Atlanta that the two entities have agreed to start the highly anticpated SEC Network, which would debut in August 2014. The channel will be a 24-hour orgy of all things SEC and will also feature live football coverage in the fall.
Included in the programming will be 45 football games, more than 100 men’s and more than 60 women’s basketball games, 75 baseball games and selected events from the other 17 SEC sports. The network will also feature studio shows and coverage of special events such as signing day and football pro days.
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How will the SEC Network fill time when it isn’t showing replays of the 1984 Iron Bowl? With these shows.