SEC Football ESPN TV Schedule Announced for 32 Games, First Three Weeks


The SEC football television schedule for 32 games across ESPN networks, including the first three weeks, has been announced.

The SEC Football television schedule for 32 games across ESPN networks was announced on the SEC Network Thursday, June 18. The schedule for the conference across all networks is now set for the first three weeks.

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Games will be televised on ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ABC, SEC Network, and SEC Network Alternate.

CBS is also extending its SEC programming to the opening week of the season this year, something they have not done in years past.

The schedule opens with the Belk College Kickoff game in Charlotte, N.C. on ESPN between North Carolina and South Carolina.

What is clear about all of this is that the SEC still has a stronghold on television networks despite not winning the national championship the past two years or even playing in the game last year.

TV still can be sold to recruits, and if you live in the southeast region of the United States, it will be pretty much impossible not to have access to every SEC game this year.

Here is the SEC football television schedule for the first three weeks of the year plus two more games later in the year on Thursday night, one in October and one in November.

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The excitement of the college football season getting closer is now growing with the NBA season over and conference media days right around the corner.

Announcing TV schedules makes it even more exciting.

What do you think of the schedule? Are there games you wish were on basic cable or network television as opposed to the SEC Network or the SEC Network Alternate?

What about the games that will be on CBS this year?

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