SiriusXM has teamed up with the ACC, Pac-12, and SEC to deliver three new exclusive sports channels featuring extensive play-by-play, conference-focused sports talk and news, and more.

For all you Atlantic Coast Conference fanatics, get pumped for SiriusXM ACC Radio (Ch. 371). Start your weekdays with ACC This Morning, hosted by Mark Packer and Wes Durham, airing live from 7-10am ET. For afternoon drive time, Chris Spatola and Jac Collinsworth host ACC Today every weekday from 3-6pm ET. That’s not all: Former Notre Dame All-American Aaron Taylor, former Miami All-American Jonathan Vilma and former Georgia Tech quarterback Tom Luginbill will all be part of SiriusXM ACC Radio. Set reminders for events:

For the West Coast sports fans, we suggest heading over to SiriusXM Pac-12 Radio (Ch. 373). You’ll hear Guy Haberman and former Pac-12 Player of the Year Ryan Leaf every weekday morning from 7-10am PT (10am-1pm ET) on Pac-12 This Morning. They’ll be followed up by Pac-12 Today, hosted by former Oregon lineman Geoff Schwartz alongside alternating hosts Sean O’Connell and Kate Scott each afternoon from 3-6pm ET (6-9pm ET). Additional hosts and analysts on SiriusXM Pac-12 Radio include former UCLA basketball player Sean Farnham, former USC assistant football coach and current Pac-12 Networks analyst Yogi Roth, former UCLA All-American Charles Arbuckle, and former San Diego State linebacker Kirk Morrison. Set reminders for events:

Last but not least, fans of the SEC, get ready to have your finger on the pulse of the conference with SiriusXM SEC Radio (Ch. 374). Weekdays kick off from 7-10am ET with Peter Burns and former LSU All-American Marcus Spears on SEC This Morning, followed up by Chris Childers and University of Florida Hall of Famer Chris Doering hosting SEC Today every weekday from 3-6pm ET. Listeners can hear a replay of SEC Network’s popular The Paul Finebaum Show every weekday evening from 6-10am ET. Wait, there’s more: former Auburn head coach Gene Chizik, Senior Bowl Executive Director Phil Savage, former University of Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray, former Georgia lineman Matt Stinchcomb, and broadcasters Doug Bell and Braden Gall will also be part of SiriusXM SEC Radio. Set reminders for events:

If you have streaming access you can listen online or on the app, as well as a variety of connected devices including smart TVs, Amazon Alexa devices, Apple TV, PlayStation, Roku, Sonos speakers and more. Go to to learn more.

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