Southeastern Conference sports will have a 24-hour-a-day home when the SEC Network launches in August 2014. The SEC and ESPN announced a 20-year agreement and rights extension. Rece Davis and Andre Ware share their thoughts on the new deal.
Matthew Berry examines how Michael Crabtree's injury affects the 49ers in fantasy.
David Thorpe ranks playoff MVPs weekly. Last week Marc Gasol topped the list, but the big Spaniard has been toppled by players from Paris and Akron.
Stephania Bell joins Michele Steele to discuss key injuries in fantasy baseball, including the Angels' Jered Weaver.
Heather Dinich talks about Pitt's and Georgia Tech's home schedules this year as the most appealing to ACC fans.
Cris Carter discusses Chuck Norris' assessment of Tim Tebow's playing ability.
The Heat squeak through Game 1 against the Pacers thanks in part to weird tactical stuff including the crunch time benching of Roy Hibbert. Also, we name the dirtiest player of Game 1. ESPN's Tom Haberstroh and Israel Gutierrez discuss.
J.A. Adande and Israel Gutierrez on where some of the most high profile coaches may land.
Brian Dawkins discusses Aaron Rodgers' hope that the Packers will retire Brett Favre's number.
ESPN fantasy analysts discuss Pierre Garcon's fantasy upside for this season after an injury-plagued 2012 season.
Derek Rae and Stewart Robson preview the Champions League final from London.
Borussia Dortmund may have finished 25 points behind Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga, but talk of them being underdogs in the UEFA Champions League final is wide of the mark.
If the season started tomorrow look for Ohio State to be an even bigger favorite to win the conference title.
If the season started tomorrow the Cincinnati Bearcats would continue to fly under the radar despite claiming a share of the conference title in 4 of the last 5 seasons.
If the season started tomorrow a number of SEC teams would have to figure out who would be their starters under center.
Midlands Regional Coordinator Damon Sayles stops by to talk about the recent success of the Oklahoma Sooners, and the strategy Jamal Adams is using in his recruitment.