SEC Gridiron Live is a weekly, hour-long show that previews the biggest games on the SEC football slate. With in-depth analysis, prominent coaches, players and personalities joining the show each week live and fan interaction through social media channels it gives the southern football fan a complete preview of the week ahead.
Runtime: 60 minutes
SEC Gridiron Live - SEC Network - Netflix
The SEC Network is an American sports network that is owned by ESPN Inc., a joint venture between The Walt Disney Company (which operates the network, through its 80% controlling ownership interest) and the Hearst Communications (which holds the remaining 20% interest). 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. The network's coverage serves as the successor to an eponymous syndication package (later renamed SEC TV), which was produced by its syndication arm ESPN Regional Television. SEC Network is operated out of ESPN facilities in Charlotte, North Carolina, shared with ESPN Events and formerly ESPNU. 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.
SEC Gridiron Live - On-air talent - Netflix
On December 30, 2013, ESPN announced that former University of Florida, Denver Broncos, and New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow had signed a multi-year deal with ESPN to serve as a college football analyst. Tebow also will make appearances on SEC Nation. On March 12, 2014, ESPN named Brent Musburger and Jesse Palmer as lead game announcers for SEC Network's football telecasts. As a result, Musburger was no longer assigned to Saturday Night Football or post-season bowl games. He remained a commentator for Big 12 basketball games aired on ESPN, and made a one-off return to call the 2014 Iron Bowl game. Musburger retired from ESPN in January 2017, and was replaced on the flagship SEC Saturday Night by the new team of Tom Hart, Jordan Rodgers and Cole Cubelic. On March 24, 2014, it was announced that former University of Alabama and New York Jets quarterback Greg McElroy was hired as a college football analyst for the SEC Network on a multi-year contract. On August 2, 2016, ESPN announced that former Vanderbilt University quarterback and The Bachelorette contestant Jordan Rodgers was hired as a college football analyst on SEC Now for the SEC Network.
SEC Gridiron Live - References - Netflix