This article is about the network of independent stations which broadcast SEC syndicated content. For the SEC television station, see
SEC Network (television network)
SEC Network is a television syndication network featuring live broadcasts of college football and basketball events from the Southeastern Conference. It is owned and operated by ESPN Plus and is shown in more than 50 percent of households in the United States, mostly Southeastern United States markets. The SEC Network typically airs in the noon [1 ] eastern slot that was former home to the Raycom Sports SEC game of the week. Games are shown locally on broadcast stations, regional sports networks, as well as on [1 ] ESPN GamePlan, ESPN Full Court, and ESPN3.com. The SEC Network is also available in Canada via Atlanta's WPCH-TV.
The SEC Network uses the same on-screen graphics currently used by
ESPN on ABC, a version of ESPN's graphics package. SEC Network's football programming still uses a 4:3 title safe area because most of its affiliates do not Letterbox their Standard Definition feeds, while ESPN's television networks have allowed their graphics to abandon the 16:9 title safe, but letterbox for SD viewers. Starting with the SEC 2012 Basketball season, SEC Network's graphics have been converted to a 16:9 Widescreen-only format. This is also being used for the 2013 Basketball season, but had still adapted the former 4:3-safe graphics format for the 2012 SEC football season.
The syndicated network was a precursor to and will continue to operate alongside the similarly named
SEC Network (television network), which is a standalone television channel and multimedia platform that will begin in August, 2014. Game schedules [edit source | edit ] [edit source | edit ] September 5 - Western Kentucky at Tennessee (TENN 63, WKU 7) September 12 - Troy at #1 Florida (FLA 56, Troy 6) September 19 - North Texas at #4 Alabama (ALA 53, UNT 7) September 26 - #7 LSU at Mississippi State (LSU 30, MSU 26) October 3 - #3 Alabama at Kentucky (ALA 38, UK 20) October 10 - Georgia at Tennessee (TENN 45, UGA 19) October 17 - Georgia at Vanderbilt (UGA 34, VAN 10) October 24 - Arkansas at Ole Miss (MISS 30, ARK 17) October 31 - #25 Ole Miss at Auburn (AUB 33, MISS 20) November 7 - South Carolina at Arkansas (ARK 33, USC 16) November 14 - Kentucky at Vanderbilt (UK 24, VAN 13) November 21 - Tennessee-Chattanooga at #2 Alabama (ALA 45, UTC 0) OR Mississippi State at Arkansas (ARK 42, MSU 21) November 28 - #20 Ole Miss at Mississippi State (MSU 41, MISS 27) [2 ] [edit source | edit ] September 4 - Louisiana-Lafayette at #23 Georgia (UGA 55, ULL 7) September 11 - South Florida at #8 Florida (FLA 38, USF 14) September 18 - Vanderbilt at Ole Miss (VAN 28, MISS 14) September 25 - Alabama-Birmingham at Tennessee (TENN 32, UAB 29 (2OT)) October 2 - Kentucky at Ole Miss (MISS 42, UK 35) October 9 - Tennessee at Georgia (UGA 41, TENN 14) October 16 - Vanderbilt at Georgia (UGA 43, VAN 0) October 23 - Ole Miss at #21 Arkansas (ARK 38, MISS 24) October 30 - Tennessee at #17 South Carolina (USC 38, TENN 24) November 6 - Florida at Vanderbilt (FLA 55, VAN 14) November 13 - Vanderbilt at Kentucky (UK 38, VAN 20) November 20 - Troy at #17 South Carolina (USC 69, Troy 24) November 27 - Kentucky at Tennessee (TENN 24, UK 14) [3 ] [edit source | edit ] September 3 - Kent State at #2 Alabama (ALA 48, KSU 7) September 10 - #16 Mississippi State at Auburn (AUB 41, MSU 34) September 17 - Ole Miss at Vanderbilt (VAN 30, MISS 7) September 24 - Georgia at Ole Miss (UGA 27, MISS 13) October 1 - Kentucky at #1 LSU (LSU 35, UK 7) October 8 - Kentucky at #18 South Carolina (USC 54, UK 3) October 15 - #15 South Carolina at Mississippi State (USC 14, MSU 12) October 22 - #10 Arkansas at Ole Miss (ARK 29, MISS 24) October 29 - #8 Arkansas at Vanderbilt (ARK 31, VAN 28) November 5 - Vanderbilt at Florida (FLA 26, VAN 21) November 12 - Kentucky at Vanderbilt (VAN 38, UK 8) November 19 - Kentucky at #13 Georgia (UGA 19, UK 10) November 26 - Tennessee at Kentucky (UK 10, TENN 7) [edit source | edit ]
All times listed are
ET September 1 - Noon - Buffalo at #6 Georgia (UGA 45, BUFF 23) September 8 - Noon - East Carolina at #9 South Carolina (USC 48, ECU 10) September 8 - 3:30 PM - Western Kentucky at #1 Alabama (ALA 35, WKU 0) September 15 - Noon - Louisiana-Monroe at Auburn (AUB 31, ULM 28) September 22 - Noon - Kentucky at #14 Florida (FLA 38, UK 0) September 29 - Noon - Arkansas at Texas A&M (TAMU 58, ARK 10) October 6 - Noon - #20 Mississippi State at Kentucky (MSU 27, UK 14) October 13 - Noon - Auburn at Ole Miss (MISS 41, AUB 20) October 20 - Noon - Auburn at Vanderbilt (VAN 17, AUB 13) October 27 - Noon - Ole Miss at Arkansas (MISS 30, ARK 27) November 3 - Noon - Tulsa at Arkansas (ARK 19, TUL 15) November 10 - Noon - Louisiana-Lafayette at #6 Florida (FLA 27, ULL 20) OR Missouri at Tennessee (MIZZ 51, TENN 48 (4OT)) November 17 - Noon - Western Carolina at #4 Alabama (ALA 49, WCU 0) OR Arkansas at Mississippi State (MSU 45, ARK 10) November 24 - Noon - Kentucky at Tennessee [edit source | edit ]
All times listed are
ET Affiliates [edit source | edit ]
The following channels carry SEC Network:
[1 ] Broadcast stations [edit source | edit ] Alabama [edit source | edit ] Arkansas [edit source | edit ] Arizona [edit source | edit ] California [edit source | edit ] Washington DC [edit source | edit ] Florida [edit source | edit ] Georgia [edit source | edit ] Hawaii [edit source | edit ] Illinois [edit source | edit ] Iowa [edit source | edit ] Indiana [edit source | edit ] Kansas [edit source | edit ] Kentucky [edit source | edit ] Louisiana [edit source | edit ] Minnesota [edit source | edit ] Missouri [edit source | edit ] Mississippi [edit source | edit ] North Carolina [edit source | edit ] Nevada [edit source | edit ] Ohio [edit source | edit ] Oklahoma [edit source | edit ] Pennsylvania [edit source | edit ] South Carolina [edit source | edit ] Tennessee [edit source | edit ] Texas [edit source | edit ] Virginia [edit source | edit ] West Virginia [edit source | edit ] Wisconsin [edit source | edit ] Regional cable channels [edit source | edit ]
Channel Network affiliation Coverage areas Altitude Sports and Entertainment Independent Colorado, Utah, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, South Dakota, Wyoming Comcast Network Independent Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, West Virginia Comcast SportsNet California Comcast SportsNet Northern California, Southern Oregon, Western Nevada Fox Sports Detroit Fox Sports Networks Michigan, Northeastern Wisconsin, Northeastern Indiana, Northwest Ohio MSG Independent New York, New Jersey, Connecticut Fox Sports Southwest Fox Sports Networks Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas WPCH-TV Independent Canada References [edit source | edit ] See also [edit source | edit ] External links [edit source | edit ]