Category: SEC

  • Four SEC Spring Football Games added to ESPN3 Schedule

    Kevin Kelley - April 1, 2013

    Three SEC Spring football games have been added to the ESPN3 live broadcast schedule: Auburn, Georgia, and Ole Miss. Vanderbilt’s Spring game will be also be broadcast on same day tape-delay.

  • Mississippi State adds UT Martin to 2014 Football Schedule

    Kevin Kelley - March 26, 2013

    Davis Wade StadiumThe Mississippi State Bulldogs have added a game against the UT Martin Skyhawks to their 2014 football schedule, according to UTM’s official website.

    Mississippi State will host UT Martin at Davis Wade Stadium in Starkville on November 8, 2014. The Bulldogs won the only contest between the two schools 55-17 back in 2011.

  • Alabama, Wisconsin to open 2015 Season at Cowboys Stadium

    Kevin Kelley - March 20, 2013

    Cowboys StadiumThe Alabama Crimson Tide and the Wisconsin Badgers will open the 2015 season at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, the schools announced today.

    The game will be played on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015. Television and network coverage will be announced at a later date, but the game will likely by a national broadcast in prime time.

  • Texas AD: ‘We get to decide when we play (Texas A&M) again’

    Kevin Kelley - March 19, 2013

    Texas athletics director DeLoss Dodds said they get to decide when they play Texas A&M again since the Aggies left the Big 12.

  • Eleven 2013 College Football Spring Games set for ESPN3

    Kevin Kelley - March 18, 2013

    Virginia Cavaliers Spring GameEleven 2013 college football Spring games are set to air live on ESPN3 beginning with Virginia’s Orange-Blue game on Saturday, April 6 at 1 p.m. ET.

    Most of the games on the schedule so far are ACC teams, with the exception of South Carolina (April 13) and Arkansas (April 20).

    Texas A&M’s Maroon & White Spring Game on April 13 (3 p.m. ET, ESPN) and Alabama’s A-Day Spring Game on April 20 (3 p.m. ET, ESPN2) will both be blacked out on ESPN3.

  • Missouri, Arkansas State schedule 2013 & 2015 Home-and-home Football Series

    Kevin Kelley - January 30, 2013

    The Missouri Tigers and the Arkansas State Red Wolves have scheduled a home-and-home football series for 2013 and 2015, both schools have announced.

    Missouri will host the first game of the series at Faurot Field in Columbia on Sept. 28, 2013. Arkansas State will host the second and final game at Liberty Bank Stadium in Jonesboro on Sept. 28, 2015.

  • Texas legislator introduces bill to require annual Texas-Texas A&M Football Game

    Kevin Kelley - January 29, 2013

    Texas-Texas A&MRyan Guillen, a Democratic representative from House District 31 in Texas, introduced a house bill on Monday to require an annual football game between the Texas Longhorns and the Texas A&M Aggies.

    Texas and Texas A&M did not play in 2012 due to the Aggies’ move to the SEC from the Big 12. Before the series came to an end, the two bitter in-state rivals had played every season since 1915. The long-standing series, which began in 1894, is led by the Longhorns 76-37-5.

  • Purdue, Missouri schedule 2017-18 Home-and-home Football Series

    Kevin Kelley - January 28, 2013

    Faurot FieldThe Purdue Boilermakers and the Missouri Tigers have scheduled a 2017-18 home-and-home football series, Purdue director of athletics Morgan Burke has confirmed to

    In the first game of the series in 2017, Purdue will travel to face Missouri at Faurot Field in Columbia. The second and final game of the series will be played in 2018 at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette. Burke said that both games will be played in early September.

  • Alabama wins 2013 BCS National Championship Game

    Kevin Kelley - January 8, 2013

    The Alabama Crimson Tide defeated the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 42-14 Monday night in the 2013 Discover BCS National Championship Game.

  • Clear Your Schedule – SEC Bowl Games, 2012-13 (Part 2)

    Brian Wilmer - January 2, 2013

    Johnny ManzielThe ball has dropped, the spirits have been consumed and 2013 has been welcomed with the traditional fanfare. As families across the southern United States settled in for their ham, collard greens and black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day, they did so after seeing comeback victories from Georgia and South Carolina. They also enjoyed the realization that the conference has four remaining opportunities to take down bowl victories, including the BCS National Championship.