The Southeastern Conference released a report on broadcast coverage in light of the ongoing dispute between Charter Communications Spectrum and Disney and ESPN over their carriage deal, giving fans other ways to catch games this weekend.
Spectrum’s parent company, Charter, does not currently carry ESPN programming and negotiations are ongoing, leaving customers without access to some of their favorite teams’ games.
The SEC Report Provides some clarity on other ways to pick up games.
“As negotiations continue between Charter Communications and Disney Entertainment, Spectrum Cable customers looking for SEC programming on ESPN channels, including the SEC Network, can easily find and subscribe to all other major TV streaming providers like DirecTV, Sling, Hulu, YouTube TV and FuboTV.”
The SEC has a big weekend scheduled, with 14 different games slated for the weekend. Many more will be on the list of currently off-air channels on the spectrum.
Great game Alabama vs Texas, a rematch of last year’s thriller that ended in a 20-19 Alabama victory. Of course, Bryce Young That’s gone this time around and the Crimson Tide will have to figure out how to win without him.
Another interesting game this weekend Be missed vs Tulane, another game with both opponents ranked entering the meet. That game will be in New Orleans, so it will be a good early road test Lane KiffinThe team of
But there are plenty of good games to watch this weekend. We’ve listed them all below, but be sure to check out your viewing options ahead of time in light of the dispute between Spectrum and ESPN.
SEC Football – Week 2 Schedule (all times ET)
11 am – Vanderbilt at Wake Forest – ACC Network
12 pm – Georgia vs Ball position – SEC Network
3 pm – Kentucky vs. Eastern Kentucky – SEC Network+ / ESPN+
3:30 pm – Ole Miss at Tulane – ESPN2
3:30 pm – Texas A&M at Miami – ABC
4 pm – Arkansas vs Kent State – SEC Network
5 pm – Tennessee vs. Austin Peay – SEC Network+ / ESPN+
7 p.m. – Alabama vs. Texas – ESPN
7 pm – Missouri vs MTSU – SEC Network+ / ESPN+
7:30 pm – LSU vs. Grambling – SEC Network+ / ESPN+
7:30 pm – Florida vs. McNeese – ESPNU
7:30 pm – Mississippi State vs Arizona – SEC Network
7:30 pm – South Carolina vs. Furman – SEC Network+ / ESPN+
10:30 pm – Auburn at California – ESPN
All games on Sept. 9 will be held on Saturday.