ESPN released its numbers for Week 1 of the college football season. It showed strong ratings for both the Alabama-Virgina Tech game and the Auburn-WSU… Read More »Birmingham top market for Week 1 of College Football
SEC Media Days 2013 provided more details about the launch of the SEC Network. August 21, 2014 at 6 p.m. central is the official launch… Read More »SEC Network launch date announced, signs new distribution deal
The NCAA football video game from EA Sports will no longer be produced bearing the NCAA license, according to an announcement from the NCAA. The… Read More »NCAA Football 2014 last to carry NCAA name, logo
Paul Finebaum appeared on ESPNU during the afternoon session and talked not only about SEC football, but about his new radio show on the SEC… Read More »Paul Finebaum SEC Network Show details; Gene Chizik coming to SiriusXM
Every summer the Capstone Report interviews journalists covering college football. This summer we have the pleasure to present a Q&A with Amanda Pflugrad. Pflugrad is… Read More »Q&A with Amanda Pflugrad of Total College Sports
Paul Finebaum could become the SEC’s king of all media if reports of television offer become a reality
REPORT: Alabama’s national television audience larger than Notre Dame, SEC finding A&M and Mizzou strong in ratings
Nielsen the ratings and research company released its State of the Media: 2012 Year in Sports report. The report included professional, college and Olympic sports.… Read More »REPORT: Alabama’s national television audience larger than Notre Dame, SEC finding A&M and Mizzou strong in ratings
No offseason for the SEC Digital Network: Live feed from SEC Spring Meeting one way conference gets the story to the fans
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 hosts the SEC Today webcast and works… Read More »Getting to know SEC Today host and producer Hannah Chalker
The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) raided the Big East in an attempt to improve its position during the conference realignment process. Today, the ACC reaped… Read More »Conference expansion paid off for the ACC; What looms for the SEC?
Q&A: Finebaum says Alabama stands alone in college football, Auburn better off today than under Tuberville
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 Auburn fan’s weeping and gnashing of teeth… Read More »ALABAMA FOOTBALL: AJC’s Carvell continues war on Nick Saban