BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA -- Comcast Cable has reached a deal with ESPN to carry the SEC Network.<br />
The network, which launches on Aug. 14, was already set to be carried on cable and satellite providers like DISH Network, Cox Communications and AT&T U-Verse.<br />
The addition of the nation's largest cable provider announced Friday means the SEC Network will be available in a total of 46 million households nationally, with other negotiations continuing.<br />
The SEC Network will carry at least 45 football games this season.
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