ESPN To Broadcast SEC Halftime Shows

Friday, Sep 02, 2016

Yes, you read that headline correct.

ESPN will be broadcasting halftime shows from the SEC this year. Now here is the catch. The only games they will broadcast, as of right now, are games that they cover on the SEC Network and the only way for you to watch them is on the Watch ESPN app on your phone or computer.

Last night without much fanfare, ESPN broadcasted the Tennessee halftime show and we by chance happened to catch it. Yes, it Blue Line Media Imagereally happened. There was no big announcement from them, so we are assuming that this is a pilot for now and hopefully will expand to all games that ESPN covers.

Over the past few years, ESPN has broadcasted the halftime shows of the College Football Playoff online and on the ESPN Classic Sights and Sounds feed. The response from the band world has been quite large and positive.

Here's hoping that more of this is in our future, but for now we'll take each baby step as they come.

LIVE NOW: The "Pride of the Southland" Band now on SEC Network + and the ESPN App.


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