Where to watch Alabama A-Day and every SEC Spring Game

The SEC Network launches August 21, 2014 at 6 p.m. Central.

Alabama’s A-Day Spring Football Game is set for ESPN at 2 p.m. Central on April 16.

Your TV listing for every SEC Spring Football Game including time, network and broadcast team

Date Time (ET) Team (streaming link)/Commentators Network
Fri, March 25 7 p.m. Vanderbilt Spring Game:
Black & Gold Game

Mike Morgan, Cole Cubelic & Dawn Davenport
SEC Network
Fri, April 8 7 p.m. Florida Spring Game:
Orange & Blue Debut

Joe Tessitore, Greg McElroy & Laura Rutledge
SEC Network
Sat, April 9 noon South Carolina Spring Game:
Garnet & Black

Bob Wischusen, Mack Brown & Shannon Spake
SEC Network
4 p.m. Auburn Spring Game:

Dave Neal, Matt Stinchcomb & Maria Taylor
SEC Network
6 p.m. Texas A&M Spring Game:
Chris Cotter, Andre Ware & Kayce Smith
SEC Network
Sat, April 16 noon Kentucky Spring Game:
Kentucky Blue/White Game

Jay Benetti & Chris Spielman & Kevin Weidl
SEC Network
noon Mississippi State Spring Game:
Maroon-White Game

Anish Shroff, Clint Stoerner & Coleg Cubelic
2 p.m. Tennessee Spring Game:
Orange & White Game

SEC Network
3 p.m. Alabama Spring Game:

4 p.m. LSU Spring Game:
National L-Club Spring Game

Chris Cotter, Marcus Spears & Kaylee Hartung
SEC Network
4 p.m. Georgia Spring Game:

Dave Neal, Matt Stinchcomb & Shannon Spake
6 p.m. Missouri Spring Game:
Black & Gold Game

Tom Hart, Chris Doering & Kayce Smith
SEC Network
Sat, April 23 1 p.m. Arkansas Spring Game:
Red-White Spring Game

Mike Couzens, Clint Stoerner & Kayce Smith
SEC Network

According to the SEC every SEC Spring Football game will be televised by one of the conference’s broadcast partners, “Every Southeastern Conference football team playing a spring football game this year* will have their game nationally televised, live and in full, on either SEC Network, ESPNU or ESPN.


“Every game is also available through connected devices on the ESPN and WatchESPN apps. The first game is the Black & Gold Vanderbilt Spring Game, Friday, March 25 at 7 p.m. ET and will include an honorary ceremony for former player Jay Cutler. The schedule is highlighted with the defending College Football Playoff National Champions Alabama playing on ESPN Saturday, April 16 at 3 p.m.”


* Ole Miss is not hosting a “Grove Bowl” Spring Game this year due to stadium construction
** Schedule & Commentators subject to change