SEC Championship: Here’s How to Watch/Stream the Big Game

by Michael Freeman

College football fans have waited a long time for the SEC Championship game and their wait is almost over. Luckily, if you’re unsure how or where to watch, there are plenty of options available for you.

SEC East champion No. 1 Georgia goes against SEC West champion No. 3 Alabama today. The games before it were incredible, especially Alabama versus Arkansas, and it all culminates in a few hours. In addition to watching it on a plethora of television channels, there are streams available, all of which let you view it in real-time.

For starters, fuboTV has a free trial you can use to watch the game as the service streams it. After filling out the required information, which should only take a few minutes, you’re free to enjoy the game later.

If you’re more of a traditional viewer in that you like watching it on television or another service, there’s plenty of options there too. The following are all playing the game when it starts later today: Verizon Fios, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, and Sling.

Now that you have all your options lined up, it would also be helpful to know the specifics of the game. There is always pre-game prep and commentary, so you may want to tune in a bit earlier. For reference, it’s the SEC Championship game of Georgia vs. Alabama. It airs today, December 2021 at 4 p.m. ET at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. CBS is the station you’ll be looking for that plays the game.

With so many options available, you should be able to enjoy today’s game comfortably in your own home. I say comfortably, but I suppose that hinges on who wins.

Arkansas BBQ Restaurant is so Upset It Banned SEC Officials Until the Razorbacks Beat Alabama

In other SEC news, one BBQ place is not happy. As someone who grew up in the south, I can tell you firsthand the rivalry between Arkansas and Alabama is real. So real, in fact, an Arkansas BBQ restaurant banned SEC officials until their home team finally defeats Alabama.

To say the eatery was upset over Alabama’s win is an understatement. After Georgia’s close 42-35 win over Arkansas, Wright’s Barbecue announced SEC officials were no longer welcome until the hogs won against their longtime rivals.

Razorback fans are ecstatic and have been throwing support behind the restaurant. “I wish I could like this more than once,” and “Let me know your Venmo and I’ll send you $20 towards the sign” are but a few replies in agreement people have voiced toward the restaurant. For those who may not know, Arkansas hasn’t won against “Bama” since 2006 and are a bit testy about their losing streak.

It looks like fans will have to keep on waiting and it also appears SEC officials need to choose a different restaurant if they are ever in northwest Arkansas.