ESPN Spring Game TV Schedule, Start Times

Football has become a year-round sport and ESPN is helping its exposure.
When it isn’t the regular season, the offseason offers just as much intrigue and variety to satiate the desire to consume football.
For many, their teams annual Spring Game is an invaluable sneak peek into the product that you can expect to see when week one rolls around.
Fortunately, the worldwide leader in sports is airing 21 games through the month of April to feed your need.

ESPN Networks’ Spring Football Programming Schedule 

Date Time (ET) Spring Game Network
Sat, April 1 Noon UAB Spring Game ESPN3
South Carolina:
Garnett-Black Spring Game
SEC Network
North Carolina State:
Kay Yow Spring Game 
ACC Network Extra
Fri, April 7 7:30 p.m. Florida:
Orange & Blue Debut
SEC Network
Sat, April 8 Noon Ole Miss:
Grove Bowl
SEC Network
2 p.m. Texas A&M Spring Game ESPNU
Auburn Spring Game:
SEC Network
2:30 p.m. Clemson:
Orange and White Spring Game 
ACC Network Extra
3 p.m. Florida State Spring Game  ESPN
North Carolina Spring Game ACC Network Extra
4 p.m. Mississippi State:
Maroon-White Game
SEC Network
Fri, April 14 7:30 p.m. Kentucky:
Kentucky Blue-White Game
SEC Network
Sat, April 15 Noon Texas:
Orange and White Spring Game
Longhorn Network
2 p.m. Missouri:
Black & Gold Game
SEC Network
Fri, April 21 7 p.m. Georgia Tech Spring Game  ACC Network Extra
Sat, April 22 10 a.m. Syracuse:
Football Spring Showcase 
ACC Network Extra
2 p.m. Georgia:
SEC Network
3 p.m. Alabama:
4 p.m. Tennessee:
Orange & White Game
SEC Network
8 p.m. LSU:
National L-Club Day
SEC Network
Sat, April 29 1 p.m. Arkansas:
Red-White Spring Game
SEC Network

A notable game on this list is at the very top, South Carolina on April 1. That game was originally scheduled for 2:00 p.m., but coaches decided to move the game to noon so that the players wouldn’t miss the improbable Final Four appearance by the Gamecocks basketball team.
Meanwhile, a notable omission from the spring schedule is the University of Miami. Both Florida and Florida State will air on ESPN, while the Hurricanes’ game on April 16 won’t appear on the marquee sports network.
It appears the Hurricanes have some catching up to do in the ever-intense battle for Florida.
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