SEC on CBS

SEC On CBS

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The SEC on CBS (known for sponsorship purposes as The Home Depot SEC on CBS) is a presentation of the college football television package owned by CBS Sports. The television network broadcasts games in the Southeastern Conference of Division I FBS NCAA football.

Past history

1982-1990

CBS has historically aired fewer college games than the other networks, but it broadcast some important games in the 1980s, such as the classic Boston College–Miami game that ended with Doug Flutie's Hail Mary on November 23, 1984. CBS split the television contract with ABC from 1982–1983, with both networks airing Saturday games, rotating the 12:00 and 3:30 slots. From 1984-1986, CBS televised the Big Ten and the Pac-10, as well as Miami home games, and ACC games from 1985-1986. From 1987–1990, CBS had an exclusive contract with the College Football Association (CFA), consisting of the Big 8, Southwest Conference, ACC, SEC, and the major independent schools, to broadcast all CFA games including home games with non-CFA members. The most famous game to air as a result of this contract was #4 Notre Dame's 31–30 win over #1 Miami in 1988, propelling them to their 11th national championship.

1991-1994

As the 1990s began CBS' Division I-A college football coverage was reduced to its bowl game contracts, which it had with the then-John Hancock Bowl (reverted to Sun Bowl in 1994), the Cotton Bowl Classic, and the then-Blockbuster Bowl. After having the rights...
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