SEC TV dates, times set

The SEC announced its football schedule for the first three weeks of the season on Tuesday.

The SEC Network schedule includes three games on September 2, six games on September 9 and five games on September 16.

The University of Alabama will not appear on the SEC Network for the first three weeks, but their games will still be broadcast on different networks — ABC for the week one showdown against Florida State and ESPN2 the next week.

The network for the Crimson Tide’s week three matchup with Colorado State has not yet been decided. It will either be on ESPN or ESPN2.

Two of the three games for the Auburn Tigers will be broadcast on SEC Network. The Tigers will be at Clemson in week two on ESPN.

One of the SEC games in week one features South Alabama. The Jaguars take on Ole Miss in Oxford, and the game will be broadcast on ESPNU.

South Alabama will host Big XII contender Oklahoma State at Ladd -Peebles Stadium the following week. The game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN2.

For week three, the Jags host Alabama A&M for their “Parents’ Weekend.” Fans can watch that game online on ESPN3.

The full list of SEC and South Alabama games for the first three weeks are listed below:

Saturday, September 2

Missouri State at Missouri, 11 am on SEC Network

Charleston Southern at Mississippi State, 3 pm on SEC Network

Georgia Southern at Auburn, 6:30 pm on SEC Network

South Alabama at Ole Miss, 6:30 on ESPNU

Florida State vs Alabama in Atlanta, 7 pm on ABC

Friday, September 9

Oklahoma State at South Alabama, 7 pm on ESPN2

Saturday, September 9

Eastern Kentucky at Kentucky, 11 am on SEC Network

UT Martin at Ole Miss, 11 am on SEC Network Alternate

Fresno State at Alabama, 2:30 pm on ESPN2

Indiana State at Tennessee, 3 pm on SEC Network

Alabama A&M at Vanderbilt, 3 pm on SEC Network Alternate

Auburn at Clemson, 6 pm on ESPN

Northern Colorado at Florida, 6:30 pm on SEC Network

UT Chattanooga at LSU, 6:30 pm on SEC Network Alternate

Saturday, September 16

Louisiana-Lafayette at Texas A&M, 11 am on SEC Network

Purdue at Missouri, 3 pm on SEC Network

Mercer at Auburn, 3 pm on SEC Network Alternate

Colorado State at Alabama, 6 pm on ESPN or ESPN2

Alabama A&M at South Alabama, 6 pm on ESPN3

Kentucky at South Carolina, 6:30 pm on SEC Network

Samford at Georgia, 6:30 pm CT on SEC Network Alternate


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