2016 SEC Spring Football Game TV Schedule Announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The SEC has announced the 2016 Spring football game schedule. All 13 games* will be aired live on SEC Network, ESPN or ESPNU.

Below is the schedule of 2016 SEC Spring football games. For the complete 2016 Spring football game schedule, click here.

2016 SEC Spring Football Game Schedule
All times Eastern.

Friday, March 25
Vanderbilt – 7pm, SEC Network

Friday, April 8
Florida – 7pm, SEC Network

Saturday, April 9
South Carolina – Noon, SEC Network
Auburn – 4pm, SEC Network
Texas A&M – 6pm, SEC Network

Saturday, April 16
Kentucky – Noon, SEC Network
Mississippi State – Noon, ESPNU
Tennessee – 2pm, SEC Network
Alabama – 3pm, ESPN
LSU – 4pm, SEC Network
Georgia – 4pm, ESPNU
Missouri – 6pm, SEC Network

Saturday, April 23
Arkansas – 1pm, SEC Network

*Ole Miss does not have a Spring game this year due to stadium renovations.

2016 Spring Football Game Schedule

  1. DawgNDuckfan
    March 28, 2016 at 3:32 am

    Question for Mr Vandy: how would you feel if Tennessee ended the year against UGa instead of Vandy? And UGa-GT was played as the next to last game of the year instead of on the new rivalry weekend? (To me, old rivalry weekend is the week before Thanksgiving so students can go to the game.)

  2. David
    March 29, 2016 at 2:20 pm

    Tennessee would be better to finish the season with a new Virginia Tech rivalry, matching all the SEC v. ACC games in the SEC East.

  3. DawgNDuckfan
    March 30, 2016 at 5:23 am

    Virginia Tech has a very good rivalry with Virginia called the Battle for the Commonwealth Cup. It’s like the Iron Bowl for the state of Virginia. However, the same cannot be said for Clean, Old-fashioned Hate (Georgia vs. Georgia Tech), which feels more like a punk version of Tennessee vs. Vandy (when the gNats lose which is quite a bit, they start picking fights with the Dawgs.)

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