SEC Network Plans 10 Hours of Signing Day Coverage

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SEC Network Plans 10 Hours of Signing Day Coverage

  • Interviews from every SEC Campus
  • All 14 school press conferences carried live on SEC Network +

SEC Network is dedicating over 10 hours of live programming surrounding National Signing Day, Wednesday, Feb. 3. The network’s coverage begins Tuesday, Feb. 3 with SEC Now reviewing recent Southeastern Conference Signing Day history at 11 p.m. ET, and concludes on Thursday, Feb. 4 with a recap in SEC Now at 11 p.m.

On Signing Day, SEC Network provides coverage from SEC campuses  with in-studio analysis of news and updates surrounding all 14 SEC teams. The SEC Now: Signing Day Special begins at 10 a.m. with host Dari Nowkhah alongside college football analyst Greg McElroy, recruiting analyst Craig Haubert and guest analyst Gary Pinkel will provide a coaching perspective. The show is highlighted with head coaching interviews from every campus, in addition to live reporting and analysis of signed student athletes.

Developing stories and updates on class signings will continue throughout The Paul Finebaum show, from 3 to 7 p.m. SEC Now will close out the day’s news coverage at 11 p.m.

SEC Network +, available on WatchESPN and the ESPN App, is set to stream at least six school-produced shows – Auburn (7 a.m.), Kentucky (8 a.m.), Alabama (9 a.m.), Georgia (9 a.m.), Arkansas (11 a.m.), and Mississippi State – and carry all 14 school press conferences live. The Signing Day Central page will return to with links to relevant school updates, SEC Network videos and press conferences.

The Southeastern Conference currently has six teams in ESPN Recruiting Nation’s Top 10 Class Rankings, and 12 in the Top 40. A recap video of SEC Network’s debut Signing Day Special last February is available for embed on

Gracie Blackburn

Gracie is the Communications Manager for ESPN’s College Networks. She handles all media requests and questions concerning SEC Network and Longhorn Network. Gracie also supports on college sports airing across ESPN networks.
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