Florida hosts the First and Second Rounds of the 2013 NCAA Tournament December 5-6
Gators TV/Radio Listings
SEC TV is the over-the-air syndication home for Southeastern Conference programming that airs in more than 73 television markets throughout the U.S., managed by ESPN Regional Television as part of the groundbreaking 15-year agreement between ESPN, Inc., and the SEC that went into effect in 2009.
Within the nine-state SEC footprint, SEC TV is delivered in markets by the local over-the-air carrier of SEC events. In markets outside the SEC footprint, the syndicated programming airs on either local, over-the-air television stations or regional sports cable networks.
ESPN and the SEC
ESPN, Inc., and the Southeastern Conference entered into a landmark 15-year agreement for extensive football, men's and women's basketball, Olympic sports and conference championship content across multiple ESPN entities beginning with the 2009-10 academic year. As a result of the deal – the longest national rights agreement in ESPN history – ESPN will showcase more than 5,500 SEC events on ESPN, ESPN on ABC, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN Regional Television, ESPN360.com, ESPN Mobile TV, ESPN GamePlan, ESPN FULL COURT, ESPN International, ESPN Deportes and ESPN Classic. ESPN has televised the SEC since 1982.