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The SEC is the most widely distributed conference in the nation, with landmark broadcast rights agreements with CBS and ESPN. In addition, the SEC and ESPN have signed a 20-year agreement through 2034 to create and operate the multiplatform SEC Network, which will launch in August 2014. South Carolina will open the 2014 football season vs. Texas A&M on August 28, 2014, with the game airing exclusively on the new SEC Network. Contact your television provider and visit to let them know you want the new network. More information on SEC Network

CBS Sports is the exclusive national network broadcaster of SEC home football games, including the SEC Championship Game. CBS Sports showcases the top conference matchups each week with the "SEC Game of the Week" national broadcast (usually at 3:30 p.m. ET) as well as two doubleheaders (games at 3:30 p.m. ET and 8:00 p.m. ET). CBS is also the home of the SEC Championship Game.

When the SEC's 15-year deal with ESPN was signed in 2008 it was the longest national rights agreement in ESPN history. ESPN has rights to every SEC home football game (excluding those on CBS). ESPN will televise nearly 400 events each year across multiple platforms, including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU,, ESPN Classic, the SEC Network, FSN, and CSS.

ESPN Regional Television is the nation's largest syndicator of collegiate sports programming and is the official over-the-air syndication home for the SEC. SEC TV features a game-of-the-week package (generally at 12:30 p.m. ET), with a minimum of 13 games each season throughout the SEC footprint and beyond. In addition, ERT produces and distributes a studio show airing at noon ET each week. SEC TV is not one channel, but a collection of affiliate stations in various local markets. For example, in Columbia the SEC TV affiliate is WOLO-25 ABC. Every week the SEC posts a list of channels and games on its website to help fans find which channel games will be on in their area.

FOX Sports Net
Many SEC games air on FSN's collection of regional networks. In the Southeast, some of these include FOX Sports South, FOX Sports Carolinas, FOX Sports Tennessee, SportSouth, and Sun Sports (Florida).

South Carolina Coaches Shows reach 12 million households in the Southeast via broadcast on SportSouth.
The Steve Spurrier Show - Sundays at 11:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m., and Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m.
The Frank Martin Show - TBD
The Dawn Staley Show - TBD
The Chad Holbrook Show - TBD

Football Game Replays:
SportSouth re-airs South Carolina football games in a two-hour window on Sundays following the game at 7:00 p.m. ET. The Clemson game, however, will re-air at 3:30 p.m. ET the following day of the game.

SportSouth also provides production for South Carolina's pay-per-view football game, as well as several men's basketball, women's basketball, and baseball games each year.

SEC TV Shows
- SEC Gridiron LIVE on FSN's regional networks in the Southeast - Wednesdays at 10:00 p.m. ET
- SEC "Storied" - Debuted on ESPNU on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011, with Herschel, about Georgia Bulldog and pro football standout, Herschel Walker. ESPNU televises four "Storied" documentaries per year. All of the films will re-air on ESPN or ESPN2.
- The SEC Network Studio Show airs every football Saturday at noon ET and is produced by ESPN Regional Television at its headquarters in Charlotte, N.C., also the home of ESPNU.

Men's Basketball
An ESPN outlet offers every SEC conference game (excluding those on the CBS network broadcast package) as well as several non-conference matchups. The SEC appears on ESPN's Super Tuesday as well as slots on Thursday and Saturday. The SEC Tournament semifinals and Championship Game air nationally via ESPN on ABC. The SEC Network showcases games on Wednesday nights and doubleheaders on Saturdays. SportSouth also airs several South Carolina men's basketball games each year.

Women's Basketball
The SEC makes a minimum of 16 appearances on ESPN or ESPN2 each year and a minimum of 16 appearances on ESPNU. The conference tournament semifinals and championship games are also aired on these networks. SportSouth also airs several South Carolina women's basketball games each year.

Olympic Sports
Regular season baseball, softball, soccer, volleyball and others are televised on ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU. In 2011 ESPN debuted the Thursday Night SEC Baseball Game of the Week on ESPNU. The Thursday night national game of the week was a first for college baseball. SportSouth also airs several South Carolina baseball games each year.


SEC Network

Columbia, SC WOLO
Over the Air Channel 25
Time Warner Cable Channel 5 (Or 105 Digital, 1105 HD)
DirecTV Channel 25 (No alternate available)
Dish Channel 25 (No alternate available)
AT&T Uverse Channel 25 (1025 HD)
Charleston, SC WMMP
Over the Air Channel 36.1
Time Warner Cable Channel 13
DirecTV Channel 36
Dish Channel 36
Greenville, SC; Spartanburg, SC;
Asheville, SC; Anderson, SC
Over the Air Channel 62.1 (62.2 is an alternate)
Charter Cable Channel 9
DirecTV Channel 62
Dish Channel 62
Myrtle Beach, SC; Florence, SC WWMB or WPDE
Over the Air Channel 21.1 - WWMB (21.2 is an alternate) or Channel 15.1 - WPDE (15.2 is an alternate)
Time Warner Cable Myrtle Beach Channel 8, Florence Channel 6 - WWMB or Channel 9 - WPDE (Or 817 - Digital)
DirecTV Channel 21 - WWMB or Channel 15 - WPDE
Dish Channel 21 - WWMB or Channel 15 - WPDE


Time Warner Cable  
Columbia Channel 9
Myrtle Beach/Florence Myrtle Beach Channel 13, Florence Channel 8
Charleston Channel 5
DirecTV/Dish Channel 19
AT&T Uverse Channel 19
Charter Cable (Greenville, SC; Spartanburg, SC;
Asheville, SC; Anderson, SC)
Channel 7


Time Warner Cable
Columbia, SC Channel 26
Florence, SC Channel 29
Myrtle Beach, SC Channel 25
Summerville (Charleston), SC Channel 26
DirecTV Channel 206
Dish Channel 140
AT&T Uverse Channel 602
Charter Cable Channel 32


Time Warner Cable
Columbia, SC Channel 27
Florence, SC Channel 28
Myrtle Beach, SC Channel 26
Summerville (Charleston), SC Channel 27
DirecTV Channel 209
Dish Channel 144
AT&T Uverse Channel 606
Charter Cable Channel 33


Time Warner Cable Channel 502 Digital Tier
DirecTV Channel 614
Dish Channel 141
AT&T Uverse Channel 605
Charter Cable Channel 302


Time Warner Cable
Columbia, SC Channel 31
Florence, SC Channel 25
Myrtle Beach, SC Channel 52
Summerville, (Charleston), SC Channel 31
DirecTV Channel 646
Dish Channel 426
AT&T Uverse Channel 724/725
Charter Cable Channel 34


Time Warner Cable
Columbia, SC Channel 21
Florence, SC Channel 65
Myrtle Beach, SC Channel 45
Summerville (Charleston), SC Channel 21
DirecTV Channel 649
Dish Channel 437
AT&T Uverse Channel 728/729
Charter Cable Channel 35


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Time Warner Cable is offering CSS games on channel 506 in certain markets at no additional cost to customers with a digital converter.
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ESPN Full Court Package
A select number of SEC games are available via the ESPN Full Court package. The ESPN Full Court  package requires a paid subscription. Click here for more information.