What channel is SEC Network? How to watch, live stream 2022 college football games – Sporting News

No sport captures the hearts and souls of its fans quite like college football. Especially in the Southeastern Conference, where it’s more akin to religion than sport.
Hence the conference-specific TV channel “SEC Network,” which carries all things SEC-related. Especially if it has to do with football.
The network entered its ninth football season this year. Again, as has been the case since its premiere date in August 2014, the conference features some of the best talent in the country in the likes of Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky (yes, actually) and more.
There are plenty of great games to watch this season in the SEC, and several will broadcast on the conference’s namesake network.
MORE: Watch SEC football games live with fuboTV (free trial)
The Sporting News breaks down how to watch those games — and more — for the 2022 college football season:
The SEC Network is dedicated to covering all SEC-sanctioned sports, including — and especially — football. The conference and ESPN family of networks work together to provide live and recorded event telecasts — which should see even greater coverage once the SEC begins its new 10-year, $3 billion deal with the network starting in 2024
Cord-cutters can stream the SEC Network online on the ESPN app. Other options include the SEC Network+, a complementary streaming platform that provides alternate feeds of SEC Network games when multiple games are playing at the same time.
Another option is fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.
Below is a rundown of where you can stream the SEC Network:
The SEC Network has not determined its full slate of games for the 2022 season, but does have select games tabbed through Week 12. Here are the confirmed SEC Network and SEC Network+ games:
Saturday, Sept. 17
Saturday, Sept. 24
Saturday, Nov. 19


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