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SEC sports to gain even more exposure through FOX Sports Net



Turns out the SEC didn't need its own network afterall.


As if the league wasn't going to get enough coverage with its new multi-year deals with ESPN and CBS, there's more.


On Wednesday, FOX Sports Net announced it has entered into an agreement with ESPN that expands its parternership with the SEC, that will include a minimum of 91 SEC athletic events, including seven live football games on FSN's three regioal networks - FOS Sports South, Sun Sports and FOS Sports Southwest.


The agreement will include televising 20 men's basketball games, 24 women's basketball games (16 regular season), 16 baseball games (10 regular season) and 24 events in the Olympic sports of softball, volleyball, soccer and gymnastics).





[Last modified: Wednesday, May 26, 2010 1:06pm]


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