Georgia, with D.J. Shockley leading the way, will take over the SEC network on Friday, July 3.
There have been several articles in the Dawgosphere recently featuring well thought out speculation about the obvious change in administrative attitudes toward sports spending at Georgia. Things like an indoor practice facility, analysts/quality control personnel and staff salaries are striking examples that just a short while ago were declared to be unnecessary, at best.
When the revenue stream is healthy, investments in plant and personnel are much easier steps to take. SEC teams are about to start reaping the financial rewards of Mike Slive’s deal with ESPN, SEC Network.
We are only a week away from the launch of the new SEC Network. And while households across the southeast patiently await, a teaser was released which reveals a short multimedia graphic for each school. And they are each pretty darn sweet.
Remember just a few years back when we all thought the Longhorn Network was going to dominate the college football media landscape, and every recruit in the nation would be beating down the doors in Austin, Texas so they could be on it? We were wrong. And on Tuesday at SEC Media Days – […]
The SEC Network announced 16 football games with kickoff times that will air on the newly, and seemingly in high demand channel which is set to debut this August. Included in those 16, was the Sept. 20th matchup between Troy and UGA in Athens, while in fact all 14 SEC teams will be featured on […]
. I awoke this morning to find over 300 items on my news reader. Scrolling through the selections it appears that over 200 are from writers fascinated with Tim Tebow. Love him or hate him -one thing is undeniable – the national media is in love with Timmy.
Sports Business Daily reported today that ESPN and SEC will share profits from the new SEC Network evenly. This report tends to be confirmed by a statement made by UGA athletic director Greg McGarity recently. McGarity suggested that revenue from the SEC Network could relatively low at the beginning due to startup costs.