via press release:


All Games Streamed Free of Charge on CBSSports.comFT. LAUDERDALE, FL, September 17, 2009 – CBS Sports, the exclusive national over-the-air broadcaster of Southeastern Conference home football games, will again stream its entire 2009 SEC college football schedule live on The SEC ON CBS kicks off on Saturday, Sept 19 (3:30-7:00 PM, ET) with Tennessee at *No. 1-ranked Florida.

The SEC ON CBS game of the week will be offered free of charge on and allow viewers the ability to access a scoreboard feature with in-game statistics as well as track college football scores and standings from around the country. Additional options include a live chat feature, video preview segments and on-demand highlights as the game progresses.

The video player (640×360) on will stream all the action in 16 x 9 ratio and allow viewers the option to access a high-quality stream for an enhanced viewing experience.

A total of 15 SEC contests will be streamed live on concluding with the SEC Championship Game featuring the Eastern and Western Division champions on Saturday, Dec. 5 (4:00 PM, ET). Additionally, the 110th Army-Navy College Football Classic, the Konica Minolta Gator Bowl and the Brut Sun Bowl will be streamed live on The games are available exclusively on and can also be accessed through a link on the websites of all CBS affiliates.

CBS Sports begins its first year of its historic 15-year contract extension with the Southeastern Conference to broadcast its football and basketball games In addition to broadcast rights, the new deal includes digital, internet, wireless, video-on-demand and enhanced highlight rights across all CBS Sports properties. is a leader in providing live streaming video of major sporting events with productions such as NCAA® March Madness® on Demand, live video of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship and Masters Live, live video of the Masters® Tournament from the Augusta National Golf Club.

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