Here's how the B1G Football TV contract generally works. Each B1G team will have two games on BTN, one of which will be a conference game. Pick order for games is ABC, ESPN/2, BTN (with the rare ESPNU option). However, some number of weeks BTN has picks over ESPN/2/U. The point of all of this is so that every B1G home game is nationally televised. I expect this SEC Network to work the same way since it's a winning formula ($$$). Just substitute CBS for ABC, SECN for BTN, and add in regular use of ESPNU. Gone will be the regional televised games on local broadcasts, games on RSNs, and games on PPV so that every SEC home game is nationally televised. Additionally, this will cripple the already weak ESPN GamePlan. I'd expect to see this package either fold or DRASTICALLY reduce its price due to lack of compelling content (ACC, AAC, & mid-majors), especially if the ACC manages to put together their own network.