Southeastern Conference Commissioner Mike Slive did not officially announce that the SEC would have its own cable channel, but he did strongly hint at it and said that an announcement will be made in the near future.
Slive said, "Given the networks that have been developed, is there room for any more? And the answer is 'At least one."
The Pac-12 Network is still rather young being launched just late summer 2012. But the Big Ten Network which debuted in 2007 has been labeled as successful and a cash cow.
The SEC is widely thought of as the most popular football conference in the NCAA and should have plenty more wiggle room to bring in additional TV money. The SEC is behind the Pac-12, Big Ten, and ACC in annual revenue for TV-rights deals.
There is much speculation of how the SEC Network will develop and there are plenty of further details that still need to be worked out.
Source: USA Today