Do you have  AT&T U-verse, Cox, Comcast, Time Warner, Direct TV, Dish Network or Verizon? This is the early expected list of carriers for the new SEC Television Network.
The SEC Television Network is expected to launch in August 2014. It will be too late for this football season; but should be ready for next year. You will be able to watch SEC sports 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
The new network is expected to air approximately 45 football games (3 SEC games a week), more than 100 men's basketball games, 60 women's basketball games and 75 baseball games a year. Championship games will also be televised.

 There is no word on how this will affect CBS coverage of SEC Football. There is already talk of expanding from eight to nine conference games during the football season.

According to WWL  The long-anticipated 20-year SEC Network deal, announced at a news conference in Atlanta, was a 10-year extension of ESPN's existing SEC deal. The original contract, signed in 2008, guaranteed the SEC $2.25 billion over 15 years.