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I just bought a place in Colorado and was wondering if anyone knew if they air UT games live. No matter where I am I need to be able to watch my Vols!
Not sure about Dish network... I am a fan of Direct TV.
I would purchase the college football package if I were you. They carry most of the games and what they don't you can usually catch on ESPN 3.
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Dish Network was founded by a VFL, who remains the CEO. The company sponsors the O&W game every year. I loyally support Dish Network.
As long as you have a package that includes the SEC Network, ESPN, ESPN2 and ESPNU, you will get all the UT games other than the one PPV game, which I usually get for free out of state on ESPN3.
This post was edited by RockytopATL 12 months ago
Out here they don't seem to offer the sec network at all on dish. I was hoping to at least be able to watch UT games because they even have dishvols.com
The SEC network is not actually a specific channel. In Knoxville the SEC network is carried on a few different channels depending on the games being played and the market they are in, as well as what else is on competing against it.
In Knoxville, Channel 8 (local CBS affiliate) carries most of the SEC network games.
The current SEC Network is admittedly regional, available only in the Southeast. It's kind of like the old Jefferson Pilot games, a compilation of all the 12:30 games that CBS or ESPN pass on. At some point, I don't know when, there will be an actual SEC Network, like the current Big 10 Network, not just a few hours on local affiliates carrying the afternoon game. Does anybody know when the actual SEC Network debuts? It will unquestionably be available nationwide.
Here, I found the info you need on SEC's website
Here is a link to the pdf that lists all of the carriers...good luck! There is a station in Denver
This post was edited by TinyC 12 months ago
Sometimes I have to get the hd feed of the sec network game off of altitude sports which I believe is a Colorado version of fox sports network.
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Thank y'all for your help
I'm in Colorado. I have direct TV. I have the everything package and last year I got all of Tennessee's SEC games. Some were ESPN, MSG network had a few and some of the other sports channels carried them. You can't get Jefferson Pilot or Fox Sports Tennessee out here. For their non sec games I was subscribed to ESPN gameday. Hope this helps.
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