The SEC early season 2015 football TV schedule has been announced. A total of 30 games are now set for the first three weeks of the college football season.
South Carolina will be the first SEC team in action in 2015 when they take on North Carolina in the Belk College Kickoff in Charlotte. The game is set for 6pm ET on ESPN.
The opening Saturday also features a couple of other big non-conference games — Alabama vs. Wisconsin (at Arlington, TX) and Auburn vs. Louisville (at Atlanta, GA).
Listed below are the SEC games that have been selected for television as of June 18. All remaining SEC controlled games will be announced six-to-12 days prior to the date of the game.
SEC Early Season 2015 Football TV Schedule
All times Eastern.
Thursday, Sept. 3
South Carolina vs. North Carolina (at Charlotte) – 6pm, ESPN
Western Kentucky at Vanderbilt – 8pm, SECN
Saturday, Sept. 5
ULM at Georgia – Noon, SECN
UT Martin at Ole Miss – Noon, SECN Alt.
Auburn vs. Louisville (at Atlanta) – 3:30pm, CBS
UTEP at Arkansas – 3:30pm, ESPNU
Southeast Missouri at Missouri – 4pm, SECN Alt.
Tennessee vs. Bowling Green (at Nashville) – 4pm, SECN
Texas A&M vs. Arizona State (at Houston) – 7pm, ESPN
UL Lafayette at Kentucky – 7pm, ESPNU
McNeese State at LSU – 7:30pm, SECN Alt.
New Mexico State at Florida – 7:30pm, SECN
Alabama vs. Wisconsin (at Arlington) – 8pm, ABC
Mississippi State at Southern Miss – 10pm, FOX Sports 1
Saturday, Sept. 12
Jacksonville State at Auburn – Noon, SECN
Fresno State at Ole Miss – 3:30pm, ESPN2 or ESPNU
Georgia at Vanderbilt – 3:30pm, CBS
Middle Tennessee at Alabama – 4pm, SECN
Toledo at Arkansas (at Little Rock) – 4pm, SECN Alt.
Oklahoma at Tennessee – 6pm, ESPN
Ball State at Texas A&M – 7pm, ESPNU
East Carolina at Florida – 7pm, ESPN2
Missouri at Arkansas State – 7pm, ESPN3
Kentucky at South Carolina – 7:30pm, SECN
LSU at Mississippi State – 9:15pm, ESPN
Saturday, Sept. 19
Texas A&M vs. Nevada – Noon, SECN
UConn at Missouri – Noon, ESPNU
Auburn at LSU – 3:30pm, CBS
Austin Peay at Vanderbilt – 4pm, SECN Alt.
Northwestern State at Mississippi State – 4pm, SECN
South Carolina at Georgia – 6pm, ESPN
Texas Tech at Arkansas – 7pm, ESPN2
Western Carolina at Tennessee – 7pm, ESPNU
Florida at Kentucky – 7:30pm, SECN
Ole Miss at Alabama – 9:15pm, ESPN