NOTE: For those of you looking for the 2009 SEC Championship Game between Florida and Alabama online, please click here.
I don’t follow college football, but about 10 years ago a good friend of mine somehow got me hooked on the University of Alabama’s Crimson Tide, and it’s been the only team I keep up with ever since. After almost a decade of heartbreak and “rebuilding” years, the Tide is undefeated and once again in its rightful place atop the NCAA rankings and will crush the No. 2 Florida Gators in the SEC Championship game this weekend. The icing on the cake? CBS is live-streaming the game for free on the web and on mobile.
For those who want to watch the big game online, visit CBSSports.com on Saturday, Dec. 6 at 4:00 p.m. ET to catch all the action. Wireless customers who subscribe to the MediaFLO service can watch the game live on CBS Mobile as well. (A preview of the game is embedded here.)
This event will cap off a big year for sports online. From March Madness, to Major League Baseball, from the U.S. Open golf championship to the U.S. Open tennis finale, online is becoming a prime place to put live sports content online.
So, who will win and move on to the national championship game? I’ve got two words for you: ROLL TIDE!