Change of plans

Not the G-Day we were expecting…

Sounds like it doesn’t mean more to Mickey.  Not my problem, though, as I plan on doing my part to help recruiting attending.

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UPDATE:  Apparently, every SEC spring game, with the exceptions of Auburn and LSU (both on ESPN2), will only be available in their entirety on SEC Network+ digitally.  Helluva broadcast partner you got there, Mr. Sankey.

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20 responses to “Change of plans

  1. dawgfan1995

    I guess the Mouse thinks that we want to see G-Day so much that we’ll buy that ESPN+ streaming service just for the scrimmage.

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  2. Belushi

    I call Bovine scatology here!

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  3. Hey, don’t blame Mickey. They want to showcase the guaranteed Heisman winner, Kyle Trask, along with the best head coach who spends most of his time at Lake Oconee, Dopey/Sideshow/Portal Master Dan Mullet.

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  4. WNCDawg

    With all of the games being relegated to streaming, I’m guessing this is Mickey being concerned that the games might not take place.

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  5. Go Dawgs!

    I get why LSU is getting broadcast on ESPN-2, but why the heck are they airing Auburn?!

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  6. Just Chuck (The Other One)

    Any chance this is a ploy to get fans to show up at the stadium instead of staying home and watching? After all, recruits can’t see all of the folks tuning in at home.

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  7. The Dawg abides

    They may all get cancelled between now and then, just sayin’.

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    • Debby Balcer

      Coronaviris?

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      • DamnGoodDawg

        Yeah, why would they be cancelled?

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      • PTC DAWG

        I can’t believe the panic over this. Where has the concern been for folks dying of the regular flu?

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        • ASEF

          Flu isn’t new.

          And the death rate for this thing is an open question. Especially as you move up in age.

          China and Singapore effectively contained it by basically shutting everything down, testing everyone, and locking everyone who tested positive in their homes until they came out clean. Those governments don’t do that for flu season, and they don’t care about media reports. Something in the outbreak models prompted them to go “oh shit.”

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  8. practicaldawg

    If you have any kind of smart TV, just download the ESPN app and sign in through your cable provider (YouTube TV works with it too). The biggest downside is no pause, etc. Otherwise it’s fine.

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  9. David H.

    I’m sure the full game (or close to it) will be rebroadcast on the SEC Network multiple times in the days and weeks following G-Day (maybe even later that night?), for those who are interested.

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  10. voxdawg

    What the hell kind of crap is that?

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  11. Northern Virginia Dawg

    Is SEC Network+ available through ESPN+ or only through an authenticated cable/OTT subscription?

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  12. Cousin Eddie

    Welcome to the future of Pay Per View, or whatever the modern equivalent is, SEC football. The game will run later in the week on SEC and ESPN for free.

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