ESPN released its numbers for Week 1 of the college football season. It showed strong ratings for both […]
Friday means the end of the work week, and Paul Finebaum returns to WJOX. It is a triumphant […]
SEC Media Days 2013 provided more details about the launch of the SEC Network. August 21, 2014 at […]
The NCAA football video game from EA Sports will no longer be produced bearing the NCAA license, according […]
Paul Finebaum appeared on ESPNU during the afternoon session and talked not only about SEC football, but about […]
Mike Slive provided an SEC TV Network Update during his remarks at SEC Media Days 2013. Slive said […]
Every summer the Capstone Report interviews journalists covering college football. This summer we have the pleasure to present […]
Paul Finebaum could become the SEC’s king of all media if reports of television offer become a reality
Nielsen the ratings and research company released its State of the Media: 2012 Year in Sports report. The […]
The SEC Digital Network works closely with the SEC to promote all the sports sponsored by the conference. The network tries to provide equal coverage to all its members, a reflection of how the SEC does business. The network reaches its peak live viewership numbers during SEC Media Days with 65,000-75,000 unique viewers watching live feeds. Read the Q&A with GM Ben Godwin to find out more about the network and its live feeds.
We continue our Q&A with important voices covering college football with the SEC Digital Network’s Hannah Chalker. Chalker […]
The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) raided the Big East in an attempt to improve its position during the […]
Alabama is the top program in college football, according to talk radio host Paul Finebaum. In this Q&A, Finebaum talks about Alabama, Auburn, LSU, Florida and Tennessee football programs.
Attack on Coach Calipari gives C.M. Newton a chance to defend the Kentucky basketball coach. Newton calls Cal a ‘good man’ and a ‘honest man.’
Why 2011 was annus horribilis for Clay Travis: Tennessee fan and Internet douche Clay Travis attempted to hurt Alabama with scurrilous gossip, lies, and innuendo. He ended up looking like a fool. It was icing on the cake of another national title year for Alabama and Crimson Tide fans.
The news that Alabama Crimson Tide football coach Nick Saban would offer four-year scholarships disappointed SEC rivals—just read […]