The Southeastern Conference spring football video games kick off on March 30, with Vanderbilt taking part in the Black and Gold Spring Game to start out the season.
On Monday, the SEC Network tweeted the SEC spring recreation schedule with the occasions and the networks they are going to be aired.
“It’s always football season in the SEC,” the community tweeted, together with a photograph of the SEC recreation schedule.
Although a lot of the video games can be aired on the SEC Network, ESPN will even air a number of the motion for the weekend video games. ESPN2 will characteristic SEC Champion Alabama on Saturday, April 13, whereas ESPNU will showcase Arkansas: Red-White Spring Game on April 6, Mississippi State: Maroon-White Game on April 13, and Missouri: Black & Gold Spring Game on April 13, in line with ESPN.
“For the fourth straight season, every Southeastern Conference spring football game will be live on ESPN networks. In addition to televised action, every game will be available to stream on the ESPN App,” ESPN wrote in a press release on Monday.
The final spring recreation of the season belongs to Georgia: G-Day recreation on Saturday, April 20 at Sanford Stadium, in line with the SEC Network.
Here is a listing of the SEC Games, together with their occasions and networks they’ll air on, in line with the SEC Network schedule:
Ty Storey #four of the Arkansas Razorbacks is hit from behind and fumbles the ball by Frank Coppet #2 of the Vanderbilt Commodores at Razorback Stadium on October 27, 2018 in Fayetteville, Arkansas. The SEC Spring Games kick off on Saturday, March 30. Wesley Hitt/Getty Images