For the second straight year, every Southeastern Conference spring football game will be televised live on a national network.
The coverage of SEC spring football games begins with the South Carolina game on Saturday, April 1. The Garnett-Black spring game will be shown on the SEC Network. In addition to the SEC Network, ESPN and ESPNU will televise the other spring games. Every contest will also be available through connected devices on the ESPN and WatchESPN apps.
Kentucky's spring game will take place on Friday night, April 14.
Vanderbilt, meanwhile, will not have its annual Black & Gold spring game this year. Instead, the Commodores will have a scrimmage.
The TV broadcasters will be announced next month.
Here's the TV lineup of the conference's spring games.
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