SEC Baseball Tournament television coverage

FAYETTEVILLE – Fans of the University of Arkansas baseball team and Southeastern Conference baseball will be able to follow the action throughout the 2010 SEC Tournament as every game will be televised. Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS) and SportSouth will carry games played Wednesday through Saturday while Sunday’s championship game will be televised by ESPN2. All games will also be streamed live at

In the Northwest Arkansas area, games televised by CSS will also be carried by Cox Sports Television (CST – Ch. 119). Contests aired by SportSouth will be carried throughout the state by Fox Sports Southwest. Every game of the SEC Tournament will be broadcast live.

Arkansas’ first-round matchup with Vanderbilt will be televised by CSS and CST (in Arkansas) with Tom Hart and Brian Jordan in the booth handling the play-by-play and color commentary duties. The other CSS broadcast team will feature Matt Stewart and Rusty Ensor. For SportSouth (FSN Southwest in Arkansas) broadcasts, Larry Conley and Dave Neal will have the call of the action. Neal will return to the booth for the championship game alongside Kyle Peterson for ESPN2.

In addition to the television coverage and Arkansas’ radio broadcasts on the Razorback Sports Network from ISP, all games of the SEC Tournament will air nationwide on XM Satellite Radio (Ch. 199) and Sirius (Ch. 214).

Coverage of the tournament begins even before the first round Wednesday as the SEC Digital Network will host an online audio show which will be available at The broadcast will begin at noon Tuesday during batting practice at Regions Park in Hoover. Eric Sanlnocencio of XOS Digital and Aaron Fitt of Baseball America will host the online show. The broadcast team will also feature former Auburn and New York Yankee pitcher Colter Bean and former Alabama shortstop Nate Duncan. The 2010 All-SEC Team will be debuted during the show.

Wednesday, May 26

Game 1 — No. 7 Alabama vs. No. 2 Auburn, 9:30 a.m. (SportsSouth — FSN Southwest)
Game 2 — No. 6 Ole Miss vs. No. 3 South Carolina, TBD (SportsSouth — FSN Southwest)
Game 3 — No. 8 LSU vs. No. 1 Florida, 4:30 p.m. (CSS — CST)
Game 4 — No. 5 Vanderbilt vs. No. 4 Arkansas, TBD (CSS — CST)

Thursday, May 27

Game 5 — Loser of Game 1 vs. Loser of Game 2, 9:30 a.m. (CSS — CST)
Game 6 — Loser of Game 3 vs. Loser of Game 4, TBD, (CSS — CST)
Game 7 — Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 2, 4:30 p.m. (CSS — CST)
Game 8 — Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4, TBD (CSS — CST)

Friday, May 28

Game 9 — Winner of Game 5 vs. Loser of Game 7, 3 p.m. (SportsSouth — FSN Southwest)
Game 10 — Winner of Game 6 vs. Loser of Game 10, TBD (SportsSouth — FSN Southwest)

Saturday, May 29

Game 11 — Winner of Game 8 vs. Winner of Game 9, 9:30 a.m. (SportsSouth — FSN Southwest)
Game 12 — Winner of Game 7 vs. Winner of Game 10, TBD (SportsSouth — FSN Southwest)

If Necessary*

Game 13* – Loser of Game 11 vs. Winner of Game 11, 5 p.m. (CSS — CST)
Game 14* – Loser of Game 12 vs. Winner of Game 12, TBD (CSS — CST)

Sunday, May 30

Game 15 — Championship Game, 1 p.m. (ESPN2)