Multiple Viewing Options Scheduled for SEC Spring Football Games on SEC Network Platforms

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Multiple Viewing Options Scheduled for SEC Spring Football Games on SEC Network Platforms

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12 Spring Games; Plus SEC Now: 2015 Spring Football Tour Schedule

SEC Network, the 24/7 network devoted to the Southeastern Conference and operated by ESPN, will air every SEC Spring Football game with multiple viewing opportunities on both television and the network’s digital platforms. All 12 games* will be carried live and in full on SEC Network + with additional coverage on SEC Network Alternate.

On April 11 and 18, SEC Network Alternate – an additional television channel used occasionally for overlapping live events – will carry whip around coverage between the multiple games being played. SEC Network Alternate will also air the games scheduled on Saturday, April 25. Every spring game will have multiple airings during the week on SEC Network.

SEC Network + and SEC Network Alternate Schedule

Date Time (ET) School/Game/Commentators    Network
Sat, April 11 Noon – 4 p.m. SEC Spring Whip Around
(USC, Fla, Ole Miss, UGA)
SEC Network Alternate
  Noon South Carolina
Garnet & Black Spring Game
Dari Nowkhah, Booger McFarland & Kaylee Hartung
SEC Network +
  12:30 p.m. Florida
Orange & Blue Debut
Adam Amin, Chris Doering & Shannon Spake
SEC Network +
  1 p.m. Ole Miss
Grove Bowl
Chris Cotter, Greg McElroy & Kayce Smith
SEC Network +
  2 p.m. Georgia
Dave Neal, Matt Stinchcomb & Maria Taylor
SEC Network +
Sat, April 18 Noon Mississippi State
Maroon-White Game
Tom Hart, Tom Luginbill & Kayce Smith
SEC Network Alternate/
SEC Network +
  2 – 5 p.m. SEC Spring Whip Around
(Aub, LSU, Ala)
SEC Network Alternate
  2 p.m. Auburn
Dave Baker, Andre Ware & Maria Taylor
SEC Network +
  2 p.m. LSU
National L-Club Spring Game
Adam Amin, Marcus Spears & Kaylee Hartung
SEC Network +
  3 p.m. Alabama
Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy & Shannon Spake
SEC Network +
  5 p.m. Missouri
Black & Gold Game
Chris Cotter, Booger McFarland & Laura Rutledge
SEC Network Alternate/
SEC Network +
Sat, April 25 2 p.m. Arkansas
Red-White Spring Game
Tom Hart, Andre Ware & Laura Rutledge
SEC Network Alternate/ SEC Network +
4 p.m. Tennessee
Orange & White Game
Joe Tessitore, Brock Huard & Maria Taylor
SEC Network Alternate/ SEC Network +

Schedule notes:
Vanderbilt’s Spring Game aired on March 21
*Two SEC schools will not be hosting Spring Football games this year


SEC Network Schedule

Date Time (ET) Game
Wed, April 1 9 p.m. Vanderbilt
Sat, April 11 9 p.m. Florida
Sun, April 12 6:30 p.m. Ole Miss
8:30 p.m. South Carolina
10:30 p.m. Georgia
Sat, April 18 6 p.m. Alabama
Sun, April 19 11 a.m. Missouri
10 p.m. Auburn
Mon, April 20 11 p.m. LSU
Tue, April 21 10 p.m. Mississippi State
Sat, April 25 6 p.m. Arkansas
Sun, April 26 7:30 p.m. Tennessee


SEC Now: 2015 Spring Football Tour

SEC Now began a school dedicated series on Southeastern Conference football teams this week, kicking off with Vanderbilt on Saturday, followed by Georgia, South Carolina and Florida. Over three weeks, SEC Network analysts and reporters will visit various campuses across the conference to preview next year’s teams. The SEC Now: 2015 Spring Football Tour will include coaching interviews, practice footage and news of the day over multiple shows, including the date highlighted in the below schedule:

Air Date Time (ET) Programming Location Highlighted
Thu, March 26 10 p.m. SEC Now Florida
Greg McElroy & Booger McFarland
Fri, March 27 10 p.m. SEC Now South Carolina
Tom Luginbill & Booger McFarland
Mon, March 30 11 p.m. SEC Now Texas A&M
Kayce Smith & Greg McElroy
Thu, April 2 10 p.m. SEC Now Mississippi State
Peter Burns & Greg McElroy
Sat, April 4 11 p.m. SEC Now Auburn
Maria Taylor & Matt Stinchcomb
Tue, April 7 11 p.m. SEC Now Ole Miss
Kayce Smith & Booger McFarland
TBD TBD SEC Now Kentucky
Fri, April 10 10 p.m. SEC Now Arkansas
Laura Rutledge & Marcus Spears
Mon, April 13 10 p.m. SEC Now Tennessee
Peter Burns & TBD
Thu, April 16 10 p.m. SEC Now LSU
Peter Burns & Marcus Spears



Gracie Blackburn

Gracie is the Communications Manager for ESPN’s College Networks. She handles all media requests and questions concerning SEC Network and Longhorn Network. Gracie also supports on college sports airing across ESPN networks.
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