Where to watch every 2017 SEC Spring Football Game

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Are you ready for football? 2017 Spring Football Games are here and we present to you the entire SEC Spring Football Game Schedule and where to watch the games. Also, you can see below the commentator assignments for the game. Alabama will once again have its game featured on ESPN with Joe Tessitore, Kirk Herbstreit, Joey Galloway and Laura Rutledge.

Here is the official press release with all the details:

SEC Spring Football Games Commentator Assignments and Special Features

ESPN television commentators and ESPN.com writer tackle a day-in-the-life of an SEC official at Georgia Game Joe Tessitore, Joey Galloway and Kirk Herbstreit call Alabama game from sidelines


For the second consecutive year, every Spring Football Game played in the Southeastern Conference will be nationally televised by an ESPN network. This year’s games are highlighted with an immersive experience into SEC officiating at the Georgia game on Saturday, April 22, and a unique field-access view during the Alabama game that same afternoon.


ESPN is surrounding Georgia’s Red & Black game with six additional television commentators and an ESPN.com writer to shadow and participate as referees throughout the day. Kevin Carter, Chris Doering, Brock Huard, Barrett Jones, Greg McElroy, Maria Taylor and ESPN.com’s Ed Aschoff, will take fans inside prep meetings, referee positioning & roles, as well as game calls. The SEC Coordinator of Football Officials Steve Shaw  will serve as the game’s “white hat”. He will be wired and also wear a head cam for additional officiating viewpoints.  SEC Network + plans to stream a singular Ump Cam view throughout, available on the ESPN app and WatchESPN.


Traditional game coverage on SEC Network will be provided by Dave Neal and Matt Stinchcomb.


The ESPN telecast commentating team of Joe Tessitore, Kirk Herbstreit and Joey Galloway are leaving the booth for the sidelines on April 22 at Alabama’s A-Day game. Last year, Galloway and Herbstreit provided analysis and interviews from the field, and this year Tessitore, who has called the last two College Football Playoff National Championship games from the sidelines as part of ESPN’s MegaCast – will join them.


Eleven games are scheduled for SEC Network throughout the month of April, with one game on ESPNU and one on ESPN. Vanderbilt’s Spring Showcase was covered March 25 and 26 in SEC Now. The first SEC Spring Game of the year kicks off this Saturday, April 1 at noon ET, in Columbia, S.C.

Full line-up of commentator assignments:


Date Time (ET) Programming Network
Sat, Apr 1 noon South Carolina Spring Game: Garnett-Black Spring Game Taylor Zarzour, Greg McElroy & Peter Burns SEC Network
Fri, Apr 7 7:30 p.m. Florida Spring Game: Orange & Blue Debut Clay Matvick, Kevin Carter & Chris Doering SEC Network
Sat, Apr 8 noon Ole Miss Spring Game: Grove Bowl Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy & Laura Rutledge SEC Network
2 p.m. Texas A&M Spring Game Chris Cotter, Andre Ware & Cole Cubelic ESPNU
2 p.m. Auburn Spring Game: A-Day Adam Amin, Brock Huard & Lauren Sisler SEC Network
4 p.m. Mississippi State Spring Game: Maroon-White Game Mike Corey, Jordan Rodgers & Kevin Weidl SEC Network
Fri, Apr 14 7:30 p.m. Kentucky Spring Game: Kentucky Blue-White Game Taylor Zarzour, Chris Doering & Dawn Davenport SEC Network
Sat, Apr 15 2 p.m. Missouri Spring Game: Black & Gold Game Clay Matvick, Cole Cubelic & Lauren Sisler SEC Network
Sat, Apr 22 2 p.m. Georgia Spring Game: G-Day Dave Neal, Matt Stinchcomb & Maria Taylor SEC Network
3 p.m. Alabama Spring Game: A-Day Joe Tessitore, Kirk Herbstreit, Joey Galloway & Laura Rutledge ESPN
4 p.m. Tennessee Spring Game: Orange & White Game Clay Matvick, Clint Stoerner & Jerry Punch SEC Network
8 p.m. LSU Spring Game: National L-Club Day Tom Hart, Andre Ware & Tom Luginbill SEC Network
Sat, Apr 29 1 p.m. Arkansas Spring Game: Red-White Spring Game Chris Cotter, Clint Stoerner & Kris Budden SEC Network