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It's good news for UT football fans in East Tennessee.

ESPN and Comcast have reached an agreement to carry the SEC Network this fall. Comcast was one of the biggest providers that had not committed to running the network, which will carry the Vols' first two football games.

Dish, AT&T U-verse and Google Chrome are all set to carry the SEC Network when it launches on August 14th. An agreement has still not been reached with DirecTV.

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"We are extremely pleased to have reached this agreement with ESPN to deliver the SEC Network to Xfinity TV customers on multiple platforms," said Matt Strauss, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Video Services, Comcast Cable. "Whether in the home or on the go, Xfinity TV customers will be able to watch their favorite Southeastern Conference teams in more ways than ever before."

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SEC Commissioner Mike Slive said, "With more than three weeks still to go before launch, we are pleased to add Comcast, the largest cable television distributor in the country, to the growing list of providers that will bring the SEC Network to millions of fans nationwide."

The SEC Network launches on August 14. You can find out what channel it will be on by visiting www.XfinityTV.com.

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