They control just about every aspect of the sports world, except when it comes to the SEC.
AL.com’s Jon Soloman reports that ESPN will broadcast more Thursday night SEC games, including the season-opening double header, in the upcoming season. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL STORY.
ESPN has broadcast the majority of season-opening matchups for college football, but CBS has ruled the SEC broadcasting rights.
Thursday night football has become dominated by the new NFL schedule, but ESPN is hoping that the right to broadcast SEC games will be able to compete with those ratings.