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Director of Athletics Mike Alden and Tiger Scholarship Fund Director for Advancement Nico Yantko are on the road today for Mike's monthly statewide outreach trip. Mike has made a trip like this once a month for over 16 years… he and numerous staffers have visited all 114 counties in the State of Missouri at least twice! We'll have updates from the road with Mike and Nico as the day progresses to give you a peek into the great Tiger fans & places that make our state so special.
When it launches on Aug. 21 of this year, the SEC Network is going to forever change how fans of the Southeastern Conference follow their teams, in addition to helping secure and strengthen the future of the nation's best conference.
The 24/7 network will provide unprecedented coverage of all league sports, from studio programming to at least 450 live events every year. That will include more than 100 men's basketball games, many of which will feature Mizzou.
Although a schedule for next season won't be released until later, a look at this year's MU men's basketball slate gives an idea of how the SEC Network will affect fans' ability to watch games it the future.
In past years, Tiger games not picked up by national television have been aired statewide on outlets like the Mizzou Sports Network, Metro Sports, Fox Sports Midwest and the syndicated SEC TV package. The new SEC Network is expected to replace all of these options, as you can see in the hypothetical 2013-14 schedule below.
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