Tim Tebow is back with ESPN and the SEC Network

6:03 pm Sep. 9, 2015

A familiar face will be on the SEC Nation pregame show this Saturday in Nashville.

Tim Tebow, the 2007 Heisman Trophy winner and two-time national champion, will reclaim his post as an analyst on the pregame

SEC Network will have your spring football fix

8:59 am Mar. 27, 2015

If you can’t wait until August for football, here’s your spring fling.

You can watch all the SEC’s spring games on the
Florida, 12:30 p.m., SEC Network +
Ole Miss, 1 p.m. SEC Network +
Georgia, 2 p.m., SEC

Paul Finebaum will be live during Iron Bowl

8:54 am Nov. 25, 2014

If you want to talk about the Iron Bowl while it’s being played, here’s your chance.

ESPN radio personality Paul Finebaum (Does he really need an intro?) will be taking calls during Alabama’s annual grudge match

SEC Network debuts today: Are you watching?

7:29 am Aug. 14, 2014

Today’s the day when ESPN unveils the shiny new SEC Network.

It’s scheduled to debut at 6 p.m. today with the initial broadcast of “SEC Now,” a news show, which will include a live look from

Report: SEC Network nears deal with Comcast

4:28 pm Jun. 30, 2014

You might want to hold out for a couple of weeks if you’re a Comcast subscriber who’s worried that you won’t have the SEC Network.

The SEC Network, which debuts Aug. 14, and Comcast, the nation’s largest cable provider, are “working out final details,” Comcast spokesperson John Demming told FoxSports.com. “We expect to come to an agreement in the near future.”

Comcast is a major provider metro Atlanta and Georgia,

Tim Brando: No SEC teams will make four-team playoff

11:41 am Jun. 20, 2014

There’s no SEC bias in Tim Brando.

The SEC Network hired the longtime broadcaster earlier this month, but when gave his prediction for the four teams that would make up this year’s first college football playoff, no SEC team could be found.

He said UCLA will play Michigan State in one national semifinal and Florida State will play Oklahoma in the other.

Brando made the predictions during his daily radio show — “The