SEC Network to Feature a Record 47 Hours of Original Studio Programming for 2023 SEC Kickoff Presented by Regions, Live from Nashville July 17-20

SEC Network to Feature a Record 47 Hours of Original Studio Programming for 2023 SEC Kickoff Presented by Regions, Live from Nashville July 17-20

SEC Network to Feature a Record 47 Hours of Original Studio Programming for 2023 SEC Kickoff Presented by Regions, Live from Nashville July 17-20

  • Documentary debuts include Roy Kramer: A Vision for the SEC and Them Dawgs
  • SEC Nation primetime special airs Tuesday on SECN and ESPN2 with live guests
  • More than a dozen on-air personalities to provide commentary and perspective from Music City

SEC Network will boast 47 hours of original programming surrounding the 2023 SEC Kickoff Presented by Regions, the most in the network’s history. SEC This MorningSEC Now and The Paul Finebaum Show will showcase complete coverage from the annual media days event, set in Nashville, Tenn., for the first time – the third city to host the event, and featuring a special edition of SEC Nation on Tuesday night.

An expansive roster of college football analysts will contribute to SEC Network’s presence in Nashville at the Grand Hyatt, including Jordan Rodgers, Greg McElroy, Roman Harper, Paul Finebaum, Takeo Spikes, Benjamin Watson, Chris Doering and more. Studio hosts for the four-day conference media day kickoff include Joe Tessitore, Dari Nowkhah, Peter BurnsAlyssa Lang, Marty Smith and Finebaum.

SEC This Morning
SEC This Morning, hosted by Burns and Doering, returns for its fifth SEC Kickoff. The duo delves into all things SEC, with all the headlines, highlights and hijinks from around the conference. The show will be simulcast on SEC Network (and Sirius XM channel 374) live from Music City, and will air at 8 a.m. ET until the start of each day’s podium action.

SEC Now: 2023 SEC Kickoff Presented by Regions will have full coverage from Nashville beginning Monday, July 17 at 11 a.m., with analysis and insight of the day’s proceedings. Coaches and players from all 14 SEC teams will stop by the set during their time at the media event. Tessitore, Nowkhah and Lang will rotate duties in the anchor chair, with nearly two dozen hours of SEC Now surrounding all 14 coaches’ podium trips.

The Paul Finebaum Show
The network’s coverage will also be anchored by The Paul Finebaum Show Presented by Regions each afternoon, with various coaches, players and media cycling through the SEC Network set. The show, which will have reaction to the latest news and buzz of the annual college football kickoff event, will also air on ESPN Radio.

SEC Nation
GRAMMY-nominated band Midland will headline a free concert on Tuesday, July 18. The event on Lower Broadway will activate at 6 p.m. and will be part of a special edition of SEC Nation Presented by Regions on ESPN2 and SEC Network at 7 p.m. The street concert will follow at approximately 8 p.m. Regions will host fan engagement opportunities on site throughout the evening, and SEC Network will have its own brand activation featuring a photo booth, free swag and more. Full details.

Planned in-person guests for the SEC Nation primetime show include comedian Nate Bargatze, SEC head coaches Josh Heupel (Tennessee) and Clark Lea (Vanderbilt), and SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey. Head coach Kirby Smart of two-time defending champion Georgia is also expected to join

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Live gaming software providers available on GamStop

Live gaming software providers available on GamStop

If you really like live dealer games you will like Evolution Gaming. They are the leaders in the industry when it comes to these games. You can play multiple variations of roulette, blackjack, baccarat and so much more. The games are all well-developed and hosted by professional dealers. In addition, the brand has been very popular in the online gambling realm. You can see the logo and play their games at almost all UK casinos and those that are spread across the world.

The studios are actually located all over the world. Some of the examples are Romania, the US, Belgium, Spain, Italy but also a lot more. This is ideal if you want to play in your native language. As always, you can expect the best dealers who are professional, will help you play the game and also enjoy the HD streaming all the time.

This company is small and they have only 7 games. However, their studios are located in London. You can access them all over the globe and play games. We must add that this brand in the United Kingdom is extremely popular. One reason for that is that their games are eCOGRA certified. This means that the games are fair and safe so players can enjoy the safety they like and need.

We also must add that this company is one of the smallest on the list and in the industry. But it is growing faster than any other. Soon we will probably see a lot more games they have developed and shared with players. We like the attention to detail, the user interfaces their games have, and also the safety that the company has to offer.

Microgaming has been a synonym for the best online casino games you can find today. They are also the oldest company of this kind and they actually made the first online casino in the 90s. Today, it is one of the best software providers that support GamStop self-exclusion and it has really a lot to offer. You can play over 600 games developed by this brand. When it comes to living dealer games, you can play Texas Hold’em, Baccarat, Blackjack, Sic Bo, and many more.

They have studios located in Canada, the Philippines, and Argentina. You can always find a dealer who speaks your native language. Regardless of which game you choose developed by Microgaming, you will have the best overall experience. You are looking at HD streaming, the best sound effects, animations and so much more. After all, Microgaming is the biggest brand of them all so they truly have a lot to offer.

The brand here was founded in 1999 and today they are very popular in online gambling. Their studios are located in Asia but also in Europe. One, interesting fact is that players can get a VIP lounge and they can download software or they can play via non-downloadable software if they like. We also liked the huge selection of games you can play.

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Scientists built a computer model of ‘Dune’ to see whether humans could live there

Scientists built a computer model of ‘Dune’ to see whether humans could live there

You can now see for yourself if the desert planet of the sci-fi film “Dune” is actually liveable by humans.

Scientists with expertise in climate modeling created a visual simulation of Arrakis, the far future desert planet that the movie “Dune” takes place in.

Users can manipulate different settings of the simulation by changing weather conditions and seeing how Arrakis changes in real-time.

The creators of the simulation outlined how they were able to create this unique model on The Conversation. They started with a climate model used mostly to predict weather and climate on Earth. Then, they input certain characteristics of Arrakis, based on Frank Herbet’s novels, like the planet’s topography, orbit and atmosphere. 

After plugging in all of Arrakis’ elements, the scientists found that the imaginary planet is, “basically plausible.” 

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The simulation would get temperatures in the tropics up to 115 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer months, and would not go below 59 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter time, pretty similar to Earth’s seasonal average temperatures. 

One bigger discrepancy is rain, which Herbert’s books say isn’t possible on Arrakis. However, scientists found in their simulation that there are in fact very small amounts of rainfall possible. 

They also found that the mid-latitudes and polar regions, where most people on Arrakis live, have pretty extreme temperatures. Summer temperatures here can get up to 158 degrees Fahrenheit and winter temperatures would also get incredibly cold, down to -40 degrees in the mid-latitudes and -103 degrees in the polar region. 

But, based on Herbert’s novels, all humanoid life on Arrakis that are outside of habitable zones wear “stillsuits,” which are designed to keep people cool and reclaim body moisture. 

All around, Herbert’s creation of Arrakis is pretty accurate, especially given he wrote the first “Dune” novel in 1965. 







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