Before we get to your questions, just a quick reminder that tomorrow’s Florida State versus NC State and Minnesota versus Michigan college football games at 3:30 p.m. ET will be available on either ABC or ESPN2, depending upon where you live. Check out our last mailbag, in which we explain how “reverse mirror” games work.
You can view this week’s coverage maps below or by visiting ESPN.com.
Now on to your questions. . .
You had a reporter for each NFL team, with daily news, what happened to it? — John
John, we believe you are referring to ESPN’s NFL Nation blog, which provides reports on each of the NFL’s 32 teams. Each team site is staffed by industry-leading reporters in every NFL city and features original posts and team-specific content. You can also get the latest news and analysis from ESPN’s NFL experts by watching NFL Insiders (M-F, 3 p.m., ESPN) and NFL Live (M-F, 4 p.m., ESPN). View ESPN’s 2014 NFL programming schedule.
Also, don’t forget to watch the Kansas City Chiefs take on the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football (8:15 p.m., ESPN). Monday Night Countdown kicks the night off at 6 p.m.
Could you tell us when Tim Tebow is on SEC Network and where we can watch him? — Mike
Mike, you can watch Tebow every Saturday during the college football season on the SEC Network’s traveling pre-game show SEC Nation, which starts at 10 a.m. Tomorrow’s show will be live from the University of Georgia. Check out the latest SEC Nation schedule below. You can see what channel the SEC Network is offered on in your area, by using the SEC Network channel finder.
Are The Sports Reporters no longer on the air? — Ray
No worries, Ray. We enjoy The Sports Reporters as much as you do. The next show is scheduled to air on Sunday (8:30 a.m., ESPN2; 9:30 a.m., ESPNEWS). You can find the latest ESPN TV listings by visiting ESPNTV.com.