I hope they don't screw this up and require you to have cable or satellite and not have a streaming option. Like many SEC fans (1 gator, 1 tide) we have rural co-op for our internet access which means no AT&T, no Time-Warner and no ESPN 360. A while ago we cut the cord and got rid of satellite/cable and we won't be going back. We'd be happy to pay for over the internet access to the SEC channel especially if they will be carrying baseball, gymnastics, tennis, etc in addition to football. BTW, basketball not required. If we have to sign up for cable or satellite to get football, then we'll be doing something else on Saturdays.
@GatorGeek I'm not there yet (cutting the cord), but I did ditch the NFL Sunday Ticket and really don't miss it (thanks to NFL Red Zone ala carte during the season). But I agree with you - if the SEC Network can only be had via cable / satellite, it'll eventually hasten the eventual cord cut. I've got friends and family who have done it, and they don't miss it either. Over the air and other internet options can fill most of the gaps nicely.
They'd be wise to not overplay their hand here.