Greg McElroy, Marcus Spears To Debut New Show On SEC Network

SEC football fans will have another weekly television show to hold them over until game days. On Monday, it was announced that Greg McElroy and Marcus Spears are set to debut a new show titled Thinking Out Loud on the SEC Network.
According to a press release, Thinking Out Loud “will provide dedicated and casual football fans alike with fast-paced, in-depth analysis and debate about the teams and games from the previous weekend in SEC country.”
“If you are a fan of SEC football, the weekend doesn’t end on Saturday,” SEC Network coordinating producer Peter Watters.
“We are fortunate to have two of the best minds in college football collaborating on this new venture. Going into their fourth year on the network, we decided to switch things up and let them host their own show. If fans are talking or tweeting about it, they will most likely see it on Thinking Out Loud.”

McElroy and Spears will be looking to bring a fresh, unique perspective and the ability to discuss and breakdown the game like only former players can.
“Our goal on Thinking Out Loud will be to break down the weekend’s biggest plays and highlights solely from a player’s perspective. With Marcus’ personality and our appreciation for the Xs and Os, it will make for a fun destination for football fans,” McElroy said.
Spears echoed McElroy’s excitement about the promise of the show, saying,  “I’m excited to have Greg as my ace on the screen; his knowledge is unquestioned as is his ability to break down the game. I hope fans know that Thinking Out Loud will be a fun way to talk with them about the game we love.”
The show will debut on Sept. 4 and run through Dec. 4 on Monday night’s at 7:00 p.m. ET.
Thinking Out Loud will run for one hour.

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