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Go (Day) Long With Alyssa Lang In ESPN’s Buzzing Charlotte Studios

SEC Network host takes you through a “Day in the Life” on the Queen City campus on a Monday, one of the busiest days of the week during college football season

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – ESPN’s Charlotte’s studios and offices got a full remodel this year, with a newly created 2800-square-foot Studio A housing brand new sets for SEC Now, Thinking Out Loud, Marty & McGee and Rally Cap, complementing the already-existing 1400 square-foot Studio B, which is home to The Paul Finebaum Show and SEC This Morning.

SEC Network host Alyssa Lang takes us through a “Day in the Life” of ESPN Charlotte on a Monday, one of the busiest days of the week during college football season.

Four studio shows come out of the Charlotte’s Studios A and B on Mondays in the fall, on top of preparing for additional studio shows, REMI games, live event productions and more throughout a typical week. Lang tapes two studio shows on Mondays, SEC Featured and Thinking Out Loud, and also anchors SEC Now throughout the year.

In addition to her studio responsibilities in Charlotte, Lang is also a sideline reporter for SEC Network’s college football coverage and is assigned to two bowls this postseason on ESPN: the Camellia Bowl between FIU and Arkansas State (Sat, Dec. 21 | 5:30 p.m. ET) and the Academy Sports + Outdoors Texas Bowl featuring No. 25 Oklahoma State and Texas A&M (Fri, Dec. 27 | 6:45 p.m.).

Jon McLeod and Amanda Brooks produced the video.

(L-R) Marcus Spears, Alyssa Lang and Greg McElroy on the set of Thinking Out Loud on SEC Network. (Bob Leverone/ SPN Images)
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