SEC Nation will not be coming to a campus near you in 2020. The SEC Network’s traveling road show will remain in studio during the coronavirus-plagued season.
The new-look show will have four analysts in four different studios. Laura Rutledge will be hosting SEC Nation from the ESPN studio in Bristol. The show’s quarterbacks, Tim Tebow and Jordan Rogers, will be launching takes from home studios, while newcomer Roman Harper, a former Alabama and New Orleans Saints defensive back, provides insight from the SEC Network studios in Charlotte.
“Hosting television has changed so significantly these past several months, and we’ve all had to adjust as the world around us has changed,” Rutledge said. “This season will look different for SEC Nation and in stadiums around the SEC, but what hasn’t changed is what a blast we have together every Saturday. We’re all counting down the days until the first show.”
The seventh season of SEC Nation kicks off a week before the SEC season begins with a two-hour special on Sept. 19. You can watch the program each college football Saturday from 10-noon on the SEC Network.
Meanwhile on ESPN’s flagship network, College Gameday still plans on traveling this fall. This Saturday they will be in studio when they announce where the crew is going to make its debut on Sept. 12.