The Southeastern Conference is providing plenty of content for ESPN and college football fans this spring. All 14 members will have their spring game shown on an ESPN Network.
Naturally, the SEC Network is showing the most games. It will air ten in total including the spring games at Georgia, LSU, and Texas A&M.
ESPNU will carry spring contests for Arkansas, Mississippi State, and Missouri.
Perrinial powerhouse Alabama will get prime placement for its spring game. The “A Day Game,” as the event is known, will air on ESPN2.
All of the games will be replayed on the SEC Network throughout the spring and summer months. It is likely that the 14 members of the ACC will receive the same treatment next fall after ESPN launches that conference’s network in time for the start of football season.