Southeastern Conference

US college sport's Southeastern Conference (SEC) has reported a record $852.5m (€791.2m) in revenue for its 2023 fiscal year, bouncing back from a dip reported last year.

The Southeastern Conference announced that $721.8m (€672.5m) of its total revenue for the 2021-22 fiscal year was distributed among the conference's 14 universities, but the conference saw a four-per-cent decline in revenue.

Executive touts forthcoming enlarged field on eve of 2023 title game

The Atlantic Coast Conference and Southeastern Conference have partnered with ESPN to establish the ACC/SEC Challenge men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, which will debut in the the 2023-24 season.

School establishes crowdfunding effort to pay fine, buy new goalposts

College sports powerhouse says it won't immediately react to Big Ten expansion

Conference commissioners look to build lawmaker consensus on NIL rules

Kliavkoff, Sankey travel to Washington to meet with lawmakers

The Southeastern Conference has extended the contract of commissioner Greg Sankey through at least 2026, just days after the universities of Texas and Oklahoma agreed to join the college football powerhouse

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview George Pyne, Bruin Capital founder and chief executive. Eric and Chris also discuss the ongoing Tokyo Olympics, tension surrounding the planned shift of the Universities of Texas and Oklahoma to the Southeastern Conference, and Barstool Sports’ acquisition of both the naming and media rights for the Arizona Bowl.

Texas and Oklahoma receive sought-after invitations to join the SEC

Conference demands network "cease and desist" poaching-related activity

Pair of schools make next formal step in their dramatic conference shift

Expected move now likely to set off a large wave of college conference realignments

In this week’s episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Swin Cash, vice president of basketball operations and team development for the National Basketball Association’s New Orleans Pelicans. Eric and Chris also discuss the state of college football in the wake of a potential move to the Southeastern Conference by the Universities of Texas and Oklahoma, and the still-rising market for non-fungible tokens (NFTs).

Potential shift of Big 12 members could spark another major round of realignment

German global mobile communications company T-Mobile has secured a wide-ranging agreement with the Southeastern Conference and SEC Network.

In this week's episode, podcast co-hosts Eric Fisher and Chris Russo interview Zack Weiner, co-founder and president of digital sports media network Overtime. Eric and Chris also discuss the landmark media merger between WarnerMedia and Discovery, the National Basketball Association’s development of its NBABet content initiative, a special financial distribution by college sports’ Southeastern Conference to its member schools, and Stanford University’s move to restore 11 varsity sports that had been discontinued.