SEC Network Surrounds Southeastern Conference Bowl Games and Peach Bowl with Studio Shows
SEC Network is on-site at the Peach Bowl December 30-31 with extensive coverage surrounding Alabama’s third appearance in a College Football Playoff Semifinal game. In addition to three studio shows originating from Atlanta over two days, SEC Network returns Finebaum Film Room as an extension in ESPN’s MultiCast initiative for the game, carrying an SEC fan-centric viewing option. Ole Miss Head Coach Hugh Freeze will join SEC Nation and Finebaum Film Room as a guest analyst.
Also, starting Wednesday, Dec. 28, SEC Network will surround every bowl game featuring a Southeastern Conference football team with post-game studio coverage.
Peach Bowl Programming
SEC Now, SEC Nation and The Paul Finebaum Show will all originate from the Georgia Dome, on December 30-31, surrounding the Peach Bowl with expert SEC opinion and special guests.
- Preview coverage begins on Thursday with Alabama Head Coach Nick Saban’s press conference at 9:30 a.m., airing as part of SEC Now.
- The Paul Finebaum Show (3 p.m.) and SEC Now (7:30 p.m.) are both live in Atlanta on Friday, Dec. 30.
- SEC Nation featuring Tim Tebow, Marcus Spears, Paul Finebaum, Laura Rutledge and host Maria Taylor airs at a special time on game day from noon- 3 p.m. live from a set on the Georgia Dome Field. Analysts Booger McFarland and Jordan Rodgers will also join the show.
- SEC Now will provide post-game coverage from the field following the trophy presentation.
Finebaum Film Room
Paul Finebaum along with analysts Booger McFarland, Jordan Rodgers and guest analyst Ole Miss Coach Hugh Freeze are providing an additional SEC-centric view of the No.4 Washington vs. No. 1 Alabama semifinal game, taking calls and providing instant analysis of the game on SEC Network. The Finebaum Film Room is one of six presentations in ESPN’s MultiCast. Complete details can be found here.