The SEC Network Takeover Series
The SEC Network is proud to host its second annual Takeover Series.
The second installment of the Takeover series with the SEC Network will feature an hour-long show to be hosted by Joe Tessitore, SEC Chief Operating Officer, and the Tennessee Titans. Joe is one of the most recognized leaders in the NCAA, as he is credited with having developed the SEC Network and the SEC Championship Network from the ground up, as a direct result of his experience with the Tennessee Volunteers.
This will be Joe’s first time hosting Takeover with any SEC Network programming.
The Takeover Series will be airing on the SEC Network’s SEC Network and digital platforms beginning at 6:00 p. on Friday, July 14, in its 1:00 p. ET/PT time slot. All previous episodes will be available free of charge at www.
For a complete listing of the events taking place in the SEC Network Series, please visit www.
The show will be hosted by Joe Tessitore and the Tennessee Titans.
“Joe Tessitore’s passion for Tennessee and his commitment to his teammates is apparent in many of his appearances,” said Tennessee Athletics Director Scott Barnes. “I’m excited that he will host a special takeover show for our fans to learn more about their favorite SEC teams and follow more of our athletic teams in action on the field.
Friday, July 14: 6:00 p.
Saturday, July 15: 3:00 p.
Sunday, July 16: 12:00 p.
Saturday, July 8: 9:00 a.
The SEC network takeover.
On Friday, August 18, 2012, the Dallas Stars announced their intent to pursue the ‘St. Louis Blues’ purchase of the former Dallas Stars hockey team for approximately $300 million. The purchase would be the first in a series of deals to which the Stars will be a part.
In addition to the $300 million it would cost to acquire the team (which would be funded by $300 million in capital), the move would have several benefits. First, it would give the Stars and the Blues the largest ever television network. The move would also have the largest deal in the history of the National Hockey League and would have the biggest prize being a chance to own the NHL team that has dominated the sport from its inception to now for more than a century. This could also be the first time a sports team with a major sports event is given the exclusive rights to broadcast television in the United States.
On the day that the contract to purchase the Stars was revealed, a statement was read by the commissioner of the Dallas Stars and Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings addressing a press conference.
“This agreement represents the culmination of many years of partnership, and I am pleased to be able to announce that the St. Louis Blues will be purchasing the National Hockey League’s Dallas Stars hockey team. The purchase will expand the NHL’s footprint in Dallas by becoming the largest television network television deal in the League’s history. The Blues will join the Dallas Stars in a consortium that also includes the Phoenix Coyotes and the Carolina Hurricanes. The Blues are excited to be a part of the first major television rights agreement in the League and are thrilled to join the Dallas Stars and the NHL in becoming the largest network television partner in the League. The purchase will also help the Dallas Stars expand their broadcast coverage of the NHL, as well as enhance the League’s relationship with the Dallas Cowboys. In addition to the purchase of the Dallas Stars, the consortium also includes the Phoenix Coyotes and the Carolina Hurricanes, two strong hockey franchises that we look forward to cultivating in the League in the coming years.
Midnight: Tennessee Softball vs. Kentucky
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In March 2013 the SEC softball conference issued a press release announcing the championship series; this season the series will be known as Midnight. Midnight will begin Friday, June 1st.
The Kentucky Wildcats had to travel to Lexington for the championship game of the Midnight series and lost to Tennessee 4-0.
Kentucky opened the series with a 4-0 win over Florida but was quickly dealt a big blow after 6 innings. Kentucky scored 1 run on the very next pitch and hit the front end off the mound. Kentucky had to play a game in the bottom of the 7th and score on a double by freshman shortstop Casey McInerney and a single by freshman outfielder Taylor Treno (both singles).
The score was tied at 0-0 but Kentucky would have to win the top of the 7th inning to win the game; a lot of that would depend on hitting. Kentucky had to score on a single by freshman catcher Sam Schafers and a second-inning run by freshman right fielder Cole Sprouse. Kentucky would take the game, 4-0.
Tennessee would play a similar game in the bottom of the 7th giving Kentucky a chance to win the game; however Tennessee only came out to score.
Kentucky would need to score on a single by freshman shortstop Casey McInerney and a run by freshman outfielder Taylor Treno to win the game; that would lead to Kentucky taking the victory.
In the championship game Tennessee would come out on top by a score of 3-1 over Kentucky. Two RBI by freshman catcher Sam Schafers (who had a double in the first inning) would give Tennessee the lead.
In the championship game Kentucky would take the game by scoring on a RBI single by freshman right fielder Cole Sprouse and a run by freshman right fielder Justin Brown.
Kentucky would have two runs in the top of the 7th and would take the win by getting the lead through a run by freshman right fielder Josh Allen; however that run would be capped in the top of the 7th when they would score on a single by freshmen outfielder Taylor Treno (who had a double in the first inning).
5 p.m. : Tennessee Women’s Basketball vs. South Carolina.
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