ESPN Platforms Set for Full Slate of 2023 Spring College Football Programming

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ESPN Platforms Set for Full Slate of 2023 Spring College Football Programming

  • Colorado and Georgia’s Spring Games Slated for ESPN and ESPN2, Respectively
  • Pro Days Action on SEC Network, ACC Network and ESPN+

ESPN platforms kick off more than 70 hours of spring football programming in mid-March, as spring games and Pro Days take center stage on the college football landscape over the coming months.

Spring game action begins with Missouri’s Black & Gold Spring Game on Saturday, March 18 on SEC Network+, one of nearly three dozen team exhibitions scheduled for ESPN platforms over the next six weeks. In total, seven conferences (ACC, American, Big 12, Big Sky, Pac-12, SEC and Sun Belt) will be represented across ESPN’s spring college football programming for both pro days and spring games.

Coming off their second straight College Football Playoff National Championship, Georgia will participate in their annual G-Day on Saturday, April 15 at 4 p.m. ET on ESPN2. Additionally, ACC Network will televise Virginia’s Spring Game that Saturday at 2 p.m., as the Cavaliers make their first public appearance at Scott Stadium since November’s tragedy on Grounds. Big 12 champion TCU, following the Horned Frogs’ appearance in the CFP National Championship Game, will play their spring game April 14 at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN+, and the following weekend, Coach Deion Sanders’ first Black & Gold Day at Colorado will air on ESPN at 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 22.

UGA’s Pro Day is one of several set for ESPN platforms this spring, with SEC Network also scheduled to cover Alabama, Kentucky and Florida’s Pro Days live in March. ACC Network will stream the action from Clemson, Miami, Wake Forest and Florida State on ACCNX, with ESPN+ live from UCF’s Pro Day in late March. Pro Day events typically include weight room weigh-ins, bench press, vertical and broad jumps, as well as the 40-yard dash, 60-yard shuttle and position workouts for players entering the NFL Draft.

Programming schedules are subject to change. Further details regarding spring football programming on SEC Network and ACC Network can be found on ESPN Press Room.

2023 Spring Football on ESPN Platforms

DateTime (ET)Spring College Football ProgrammingPlatform
Tue, Mar 149:30 a.m.Clemson Pro DayACCNX
Wed, Mar 1510 a.m.Georgia Pro DaySEC Network
Thu, Mar 162:30 p.m.Tulane Pro DayESPN+
Sat, Mar 18NoonMissouri: Black & Gold Spring Game (canceled due to weather)ESPN+/SECN+
Thu, Mar 231 p.m.Alabama Pro DaySEC Network
Fri, Mar 2411:30 a.m.Kentucky Pro DaySEC Network
Mon, Mar 273:30 p.m.Miami Pro DayACCNX
Tue, Mar 2811 a.m.Louisville Pro DayACCNX
Wed, Mar 2910 a.m.Wake Forest Pro DayACCNX
 4 p.m.UCF Pro DayESPN+
Thu, Mar 3010 a.m.Florida Pro DaySEC Network
Fri, Mar 3110 a.m.Florida State Pro DayACCNX
 5 p.m.BYU Spring GameESPN+
Sat, Apr 81 p.m.NC State Spring Game
Chris Cotter, Mike Glennon
 2 p.m.Auburn: A-Day
Noah Reed, Chris Doering
 6 p.m.Vanderbilt: Black and Gold Spring Game
Jorge Sedano, Rocky Boiman
Thu, Apr 137:30 p.m.Florida: Orange & Blue Game
Roy Philpott, Chris Doering, Pete Thamel
Fri, Apr 14 7 p.m.South Florida Spring GameESPN+
 8 p.m.TCU Spring GameBig 12 Now on ESPN+
 7:30 p.m.Miami Spring Game
Jorge Sedano, EJ Manuel, Pete Thamel
Sat, Apr 1511 a.m.Boston College: Jay McGillis Memorial Spring Game
Connor Onion, Mark Herzlich
 1 p.m.Arkansas: Red-White Spring Game
Dave Neal, Aaron Murray
  Mississippi State: Maroon-White Game
Clay Matvick, Hutson Mason
  Georgia Tech: White & Gold Spring Game
Jason Ross, Forrest Conoly
  Pittsburgh Spring Game
Derek Jones, Dustin Fox
  Clemson Spring Game
Roy Philpott, Eric Mac Lain, Taylor Tannenbaum
 2 p.m.Virginia Spring Game
John Schriffen, Roddy Jones, Kelsey Riggs
ACC Network
  Texas Spring Game
Alex Loeb, Robert Griffin III
Longhorn Network
  Wake Forest Spring Game
Drew Carter, Mike Glennon
 2:30 p.m.Tennessee: Orange & White Game
Justin Kutcher, Jordan Rodgers
 3 p.m.Ole Miss: Grove Bowl
Richard Cross, Chris Doering
  Virginia Tech Spring Game
Noah Reed, Eddie Royal
  North Carolina Spring Game
Mike Morgan, Rene Ingoglia
 4 p.m.Georgia: G-Day
Taylor Zarzour, Matt Stinchcomb, Alyssa Lang
  Texas A&M: Maroon & White GameESPN+/SECN+
  Florida State Spring Showcase
Sam Neidermann, EJ Manuel, Pete Thamel
 7 p.m.South Carolina: Garnet-Black Spring Game
Chris Carlin, Roman Harper
Fri, Apr 217 p.m.Syracuse Spring Game
Jay Alter, Rene Ingoglia
  Louisville Spring Game
Chris Cotter, Rocky Boiman
Sat, Apr 22NoonGeorgia Southern: Blue vs. White Spring GameESPN+
 1 p.m.Duke: Blue & White Spring Game
Drew Carter, Dustin Fox
  Baylor Spring GameBig 12 Now on ESPN+
  Texas Tech Spring GameBig 12 Now on ESPN+
  West Virginia Spring GameBig 12 Now on ESPN+
 2 p.m.LSU: National L-Club Spring Game
Mike Morgan, Aaron Murray
 3 p.m.Colorado: Black & Gold Day
Chris Fowler, Robert Griffin III, Quint Kessenich
  Alabama: A-Day
Roy Philpott, Jordan Rodgers
 3:30 p.m.Oklahoma Spring GameSoonerVision on ESPN+
Fri, Apr 2810 p.m.Idaho Spring GameESPN+



Amanda Brooks

Amanda is the Director of Communications for ESPN College Football and SEC Network, and oversees publicity for college gymnastics and track & field across all ESPN networks. Amanda is a proud alum of Hendrix College in Conway, Ark., and earned her master's in ethics from Vanderbilt University. A native of Kent, Ohio, she is a die-hard Cleveland sports fan.
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