Originally Posted by JaxcockFL
ESPN is partners with the SEC and is running the SECN. So, ESPN can put a SEC game on it just like ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, etc. CBS gets first pick, but no longer has the exclusive right to their time window. Third tier games that were owned by the schools are now owned by ESPN to be broadcast.
as far as the rest, I don't know.
What would be considered "third tier games"? Would that be along the lines of like SC-ECU or SC-CCU?
Also- will the syndicated SEC TV channel still run?