MSU's Stricklin talks TV, football with Rotary Club
Mississippi State Athletic Director Scott Stricklin, right, shares a laugh with Rotarian George Sherman on Monday. (Photo by Danny P. Smith, SDN)
The launching of the SEC Network is one month away and the new television opportunity for Southeastern Conference sports seems to be generating more and more interest.
Mississippi State Athletic Director Scott Stricklin addressed the subject at Monday's Rotary Club meeting at the Starkville Country Club.
The SEC Network will also be a hot topic of conversation this week during SEC football media days in Hoover, Ala.
Football is always on the minds of the Rotarians, but on Monday, they wanted to know exactly where they will be able to watch games on television this fall.
Although Stricklin didn't have all of the answers, he said there is one specific thing the public can do if they want to make sure they have the SEC Network.
"The number one thing for people to do is if their carrier doesn't carry it is to make sure they let them know they want to get it," Stricklin said. "Whether they go to SECnetwork.com or call their cable or satellite provider directly. That's the number one thing people can do at this point."
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