10. It's a GREAT thing for everyone… even if it is uncomfortable right now!
9. The SEC Network will not have High School Games, no plans to show bowl games, and will not host the coach's shows of any SEC member institution.
8. There will be SEC Sports and sports-related programming 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, just like SEC Nation, and come August, SEC TV will no longer exist.
7. This is a conference-wide network. The goal is to provide equitable exposure for each of the SEC member institutions. The SEC Network will achieve this goal without each school having its own block of time to program.
6. The digital network (the 1,000 games from 4.) will be just like WatchEPSN. You must have the cable provider login in order to watch the programs (meaning you must have AT&T U-Verse or DISH).
5. The first game on the SECNETWORK is Texas A&M at South Carolina on August 28th, 2014.
4. Over 1,000 games will be produced for the network and digital site. 450 of those 1,000 will be live on television. There will be about 45 football games, over 100 MBB games, 60 WBB games, 75 Baseball, 50 softball, and 120 Olympic sport events will be live on the network.
3. If a game is on the SEC Network - the ONLY way to watch that game is to have a cable provider that has the SEC-Network. As of today AT&T U-VERSE and DISH are the only 2 providers that have bought the SEC Network for their subscribers. Click here for the story.
2. YOU CAN NOT BUY SEC-NETWORK GAMES ANYWHERE. It's AT&T U-Verse, DISH, or LIVE in stadium.
1. Want the SEC Network on your Cable Provider. You can pressure your cable provider at GETSECNETWORK.com. Click now and tell them you want it!
Have any more questions? Leave a comment and I will answer them! Oh and the best part about the SEC Network… guess who will be a host?