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The SEC sticks with CBS

FlafbWhen it comes to college sports, virtually every major conference with a TV deal goes with either Fox Sports or ESPN/ABC. The huge exception: the SEC, which has a contract with CBS. And that's not changing anytime soon. The conference just signed a 15-year extension that will keep its football and basketball games on CBS through 2025. CBS' acquisition of the cable College Sports Network -- now the CBS College Sports Network -- undoubtedly helped seal the deal by making room for more games to be broadcast.


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