ESPN, under a 20-year agreement with the Southeastern Conference, will create a collegiate sports network similar to ones developed for the Pac-12 and Big Ten conferences. The SEC Network, beginning in August 2014, will offer 45 football games and hundreds of other sporting events each year. The deal's financial terms were not made public.
SEC is latest college sports conference to launch TV network
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