If there is a football uniform in his future, Tebow isn't going to find it here, deep inside ESPN's Southern base of operations. So is he retired from football? No, Tebow won't say that word. Tebow is back in the Southeastern Conference, back in the place where he is most welcomed, embraced and adored, and back in the spotlight. And that, from my perspective, would be great for the SEC Network, it would be great for Tim Tebow, it would be great for the fanbase, it would be great for the legions of folks who follow him.
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The channel is dedicated to coverage of collegiate sports sanctioned by the Southeastern Conference SEC including live and recorded event telecasts, news, analysis programs, and other content focusing on the conference's member schools. While Charlotte is not an SEC market itself, it is in close proximity to universities that are members of the conference and shares a television market with the northern part of South Carolina , which is part of the South Carolina Gamecocks ' television market. The network would aim to provide "unparalleled content from one of the most competitive conferences in the country with the highest quality, most innovative production partner in the sports industry", and joins the Big Ten Network and Pac Network as cable television networks devoted entirely to a single college athletics conference. SEC Network airs events across the 21 sports that are sanctioned by the conference; within its first year, the network and its digital outlets planned to broadcast at least 1, live events, with at least on television. Annually, the network will broadcast about 45 football games , men's basketball games , 60 women's basketball games, and 75 baseball games.
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