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SEC Spring Football Game TV Schedule Released

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With several SEC teams already having begun practicing, the SEC Spring football TV schedule is officially out and all 14 teams will hold Spring games this season. There are a lot of stories to talk about during the Spring as five of the SEC teams are debuting new head coaches and with all being televised, it will be tough to decide which team you want to check out unless you are a fan of that team. With all 14 teams playing a game, all but 2 will hold their games in April and will be televised by some ESPN networks.

Arkansas, Auburn, Ole Miss, South Carolina and Vanderbilt have already started their practices. The Razorbacks debut with new head coach Chad Morris and Cole Kelley most likely the new quarterback and hopefully an improved running game. Derek Mason will most likely have Kyle Shurmur for one last season while he must replace Ralph Webb in the backfield. Matt Luke will make his debut as head coach in his first official Spring game fighting the NCAA while Gus Malzahn and Will Muschamp return with new contracts.

Florida, Mississippi State, Tennessee and Texas A&M are starting fresh all over again. Dan Mullen returns to Gainesville this time as the head coach and could most likely have a field day as to who will be the next quarterback for the Gators, most likely Feleipe Franks since Luke Del Rio is gone. Jeremy Pruitt may now be in good hands at QB now that they have picked up Keller Chryst from Stanford. Jimbo Fisher will contend between Nick Starkel or Kellen Mond with Joe Moorhead getting Nick Fitzgerald back, but his practice could be limited (ankle).

Georgia, Kentucky, LSU and Missouri wrap up the talk. Kirby Smart will no doubt have to look for a two-RB tandem with Ed Orgeron promoting Steve Esminger to offensive coordinator, in which they will have to debut a new offense (QB and RB mostly). Barry Odom is starting over offensively with the hiring of Derek Dooley as offensive coordinator. With Drew Barker transferring, Mark Stoops must now find another quarterback.

With what to most likely expect, here is the full rundown of all 14 SEC Spring games:

  • Alabama: April 21 (2 PM ET, ESPN)
  • Arkansas: April 7 (2 PM ET, SEC Network)
  • Auburn: April 7 (4 PM ET, SEC Network)
  • Florida: April 14 (3 PM ET, SEC Network)
  • Georgia: April 21 (4 PM ET, ESPN)
  • Kentucky: April 13 (6:30 PM ET, SEC Network)
  • LSU: April 21 (6 PM ET, SEC Network)
  • Mississippi State: April 21 (4 PM ET, SEC Network)
  • Missouri: April 14 (Noon ET, SEC Network)
  • Ole Miss: April 7 (2 PM ET, ESPNU)
  • South Carolina: March 31 (Noon ET, SEC Network)
  • Tennessee: April 21 (Noon ET, SEC Network)
  • Texas A&M: April 14 (5 PM ET, SEC Network)
  • Vanderbilt: March 24 (5 PM ET, SEC Network)

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