ESPN’s ‘College GameDay Covered By State Farm’ Returns Next Week

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College football season is now a wrap, the National Football league’s current season is nearly over and the boys of summer don’t start warming up for a little while, so meanwhile, ESPN, the worldwide leader in sports, is bringing back its flagship college basketball program next month.

College GameDay Covered by State Farm returns next Saturday, January 20.  Its first broadcast of the season will air in advance of ESPN’s Saturday Primetime presented by AT&T.  No. 21 Kentucky faces Florida at 8:15 p.m. on ESPN in the season-opening broadcast of that program.

Rece Davis returns as the program’s host.  Davis will be joined at the desk by analysts Jay Bilas, Seth Greenberg and Jay Williams.  Dan Shulman, Jay Bilas and Maria Taylor will have the call for next Saturday night’s game between the Wildcats and Gators.  Next weekend’s broadcast will be the seventh visit to Kentucky by College GameDay Covered by State Farm, tying Duke and Kansas for most visits by the program.

More information on this weekend’s matchup between the Wildcats and Gators is available online at:

 

Website: http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ESPNCBB

 

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ESPN To Feature Key ACC Matchup On 100th Episode of ‘College GameDay’

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ESPN’s flagship college basketball program will mark a special anniversary with coverage of a key ACC men’s basketball matchup next weekend.

College GameDay Covered by State Farm will air its 100th episode next Saturday, Feb. 18. The broadcast will come live from the site of a showdown between UNC and Virginia.

The program will air live beginning at 11 a.m. ET on ESPN with an evening edition leading into the network’s pre-game Saturday Primetime presented by AT&T broadcast at 8 p.m. ET.  Game coverage is scheduled to begin at 8:15 p.m. ET.

Rece Davis will anchor ESPN’s 11 a.m. edition of College GameDay Covered by State Farm.  Davis will be joined by analysts Jay Bilas, Seth Greenberg and Jay Williams for additional commentary.

Dan Shulman will have the call for the game.  He will be joined by Jay Bilas for additional commentary.  Reporter Maria Taylor will be courtside for all of the latest in-game news and interviews.

Saturday’s broadcast will mark the 16th time UNC has appeared on College GameDay Covered by State Farm.  The Tarheels currently sit 8th in the AP’s NCAA Men’s College Basketball Top 25 standings while the Cavaliers currently sit 12th.

The teams are much closer in the ACC standings. UNC currently sits second and Virginia third.  Both teams trail the Florida State Seminoles, who currently lead the conference standings at 21-4 overall and 9-3 in the conference.

More information on ESPN’s college basketball coverage is available online now along with all of the latest college basketball headlines at:

 

 

 

Website: http://espn.go.com/college-basketball

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ESPNCBB

 

 

 

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ESPN’s 2015 College Football Playoff: Top 25 Premieres October 20th

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The 2015 – 2016 NCAA college football season is less than a month away. As anticipation builds for the new season so do the discussions on who will take the title this year. Knowing that said discussions have already begun, ESPN announced this week the return of its College Football Playoff: Top 25 broadcast.

ESPN’s 2015 College Football: Top 25 will debut on Tuesday, October 20th. It is one of two broadcasts leading up to the NCAA’s first official ranking announcement on Tuesday, November 3rd. Rece Davis will host the half-hour debate program. He will be joined by analysts Kirk Herbstreit, Joey Galloway, Danny Kanell, and David Pollack. The program will run each week through Sunday December 6th, rounding out the last full week of the regular season. Army and Navy face off Saturday, December 12th, but are the only two teams that play that day, making Week 14 the last full official week of the regular season.

On Tuesday, November 17th, ESPN will air live a special edition of 2015 College Football Playoff: Top 25. It will come live from the State Farm Champions Classic basketball event at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. The weekly announcement will be made at 9:30pm ET between the evening’s two games–Kansas vs. Michigan State, Kentucky vs. Duke.

The December 6th edition of College Football Playoff: Top 25 will be a four-hour edition. During this broadcast, Davis and company will announce the Semifinal pairings for this year’s NCAA Division I college football playoffs. They will also announce the six bowl games scheduled for New Year’s Day, and the Top 25 rankings. It all kicks off at noon eastern time on ESPN. The complete broadcast schedule for ESPN’s 2015 College Football Playoff: Top 25 is listed below.

Date Time (all times ET) Network
Tue, Oct. 20 7:30 p.m. ESPN
Tue, Oct. 27 7:30 p.m. ESPN
Tue, Nov. 3 7:30 p.m. ESPN
Tue, Nov. 10 7:30 p.m. ESPN
Tue, Nov. 17 9:30 p.m. ESPN
Tue, Nov. 24 7 p.m. ESPN
Tue, Dec. 1 7 p.m. ESPN
Sun, Dec. 6 Noon ESPN

More information on ESPN’s college football coverage is available online now at:

Website: http://espn.go.com/ncf/index

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CFBonESPN

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2015 NBA Draft Pulls In Record Numbers

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The 2015 NBA Draft presented by State Farm is officially in the books. And even with the draft being said and done, there are still lots of story lines for basketball fans to talk about in regards to who was and wasn’t taken. Now ESPN has added another item to discuss as it has announced the ratings numbers for this year’s draft.

ESPN has announced that this year’s NBA Draft presented by State Farm is the most-watched in the event’s history. This is according to Nielsen ratings. According to Nielsen’s numbers, the 2015 NBA Draft presented by State Farm averaged 3,738,000 (P2+). That is up eight percent from ESPN’s coverage of the 2014 NBA Draft. At its highest point, this year’s broadcast had 5,131,000 viewers. That was in the fifteen minute block from 8pm – 8:15pm ET. Not only were this year’s numbers the highest in the draft’s history but they were the highest ever on ESPN, averaging a 2.4 U.S. household rating. That is up four percent from the 2014 NBA Draft. It peaked in the 8pm – 8:15pm ET block with a 3.3 rating.

Even more impressive of ESPN’s broadcast of the 2015 NBA Draft presented by State Farm is that it pushed the worldwide leader in sports to win the night across both the broadcast and cable spectrum in a number of key demos. Those demos include: P 18 – 34, M 18 – 34, P 18 -49, M 18 – 49, and M 25 – 54.

ESPN has carried the NBA Draft ever since 2003 while the draft itself has TV records dating back to 1994. More information on the ESPN networks’ NBA coverage is available online now along with all of the latest NBA news at:

Website: http://www.espn.com.nba

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NBAonESPN

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ESPN’s College GameDay To Air Live From Wichita State For The First Time February 28th

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Next Saturday’s broadcast of ESPN’s College GameDay Covered by State Farm is another big one for the Worldwide Leader in Sports.

Next Saturday, ESPN’s College GameDay Covered by State Farm will broadcast live from the campus of Wichita State. The broadcast will marks the first time ever that College GameDay Covered by State Farm will have ever broadcast live from the university’s campus. Saturday morning’s edition of College GameDay Covered by State Farm will kick off live at 10am ET on ESPNU and will continue at 11am on ESPN. It will precede the matchup of No. 13 Wichita State ad No. 11 Northern Iowa. Tipoff for that game is scheduled for 2pm ET.

The eveing edition of College GameDay Covered by State Farm will come live at 4pm ET on ESPN. It will come live from Lawrence, Kansas ahead of No. 8 Kansas taking on Texas. Tipoff for that game is scheduled for 5pm ET. Saturday evening’s broadcast from Lawrence marks the sixth time since 2005 that College GameDay Covered by State Farm has broadcast live from the University of Kasas. The last time that it originated from Lawrence, Kansas was 2013.

Stephen A. Smith will appear alongside host Rece Davis and analysts Jay Bilas, Seth Greenberg, and Jay Williams for the A.M. edition of College GameDay Covered by State Farm. Once they finish with the morning edition, Davis and company will pack up and head to Lawrence for the evening edition. Dan Shulman and Jay Bilas will have the call for the Jayhawks-Longhorns game while Rich Hollenberg, Seth Greenberg, and Mark Adams will have the mic for the matchup of the Shockers and Panthers. Shannon Spake will be on the sidelines for the Kansas-Texas game.

All customers with access to ESPN3 will be able to watch that game with ESPN3 Surround featuring in-arena natural sound and exclusive views from high above the rim at each end of the court.
More information on next Saturdays’ broadcasts of College GameDay Covered by State Farm and all of the ESPN networks’ college basketball coverage is available online at:

Website: https://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ESPNCBB

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ESPN’s College GameDay Hits The Hardwood In Arizona February 21st

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ESPN’s live coverage of the 2014 – 2015 college basketball season continues next Saturday, February 21st live from Tucson, Arizona.

The Worldwide Leader in Sports’ live college basketball pre-game and post-game show, College GameDay Covered by State Farm will come live from Tucson, Arizona and the campus of Arizona University next Saturday, February 21st. The broadcast comes ahead of the matchup of the Wildcats and Bruins on ESPN’s Saturday Primetime Presented by DIRECTV. Tipoff is scheduled for 9pm ET. ESPN’s GameDay coverage kicks off at 10am ET on ESPNU. It continues live at 11am ET on ESPN. An evening edition of College GameDay Covered by State Farm will air at 6pm ET on ESPN. That broadcast comes ahead of a matchup of the #1 Kentucky Wildcats and the Auburn Tigers. Tipoff for that game is scheduled for 7pm ET.

Fans with access to ESPN3 will be able to watch the Arizona-UCLA game with ESPN3 Surround. It features in-arena natural sound and camera views that include above-the-rim shots at each end of the court.

Next Saturday’s broadcast of College GameDay Covered by State Farm will be the show’s second appearance in Tucson. Its first appearance was in 2012. It will also be the fifth time that UCLA will have appeared as part of the Saturday Primetime game at GameDay.

Rece Davis will helm Saturday’s edition of College GameDay Covered by State Farm. Davis will be joined by analyst Jay Bilas on-site. They will be joined by first-year analysts on College GameDay Covered by State Farm Seth Greenberg and Jay Williams. Dan Shulman and Jay Bilas will have the call for the Arizona-UCLA game. Reporter Shannon Spake will have all of the latest on the game from the sidelines as well as all of the latest college basketball news.

More information on Saturday’s broadcast of College GameDay Covered by State Farm and all of the latest college basketball news is available online at:

Website: https://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ESPNCBB

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ESPN’s College GameDay Covered By State Farm Opens 2015 Season In Iowa

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Officials with ESPN have announced the site of the network’s first broadcast in its 2015 college basketball broadcast season.

ESPN will open the 2015 season of College GameDay covered by State Farm on Saturday, January 17th in Ames, Iowa. The first in the network’s eight-week season, the broadcast will come ahead of the Saturday Primetime presented by DirecTV matchup between #17 Iowa State and #12 Kansas. Tipoff for the Big 12 contest is scheduled for 9pm ET. College GameDay covered by State Farm will cover not only the matchup between Iowa State and Kansas but all of the day’s games. It all starts at 10am ET on ESPNU. ESPN picks up coverage at 11am ET and then offers another edition at 8pm ET.

Audiences will see some new faces throughout this season of ESPN’s College GameDay covered by State Farm. Analysts Seth Greenberg and Jay Williams join the returning team of host Rece Davis and analyst Jay Bilas. Dan Shulman will also be back along with reporter Shannon Spake. They will be joined by Jay Bilas for full coverage of the matchup between the Hawkeyes and Jayhawks.

Over on ESPN, #14 West Virginia will be on the road against #10 Texas the same day. Tipoff for that game is scheduled for 6:15pm ET. Dave Flemming and Fran Fraschilla will have the call for the game.  The site for each week’s broadcast of College GameDay covered by State Farm will be announced a week ahead of those games within the show’s broadcast. More information on the ESPN family of networks’ college basketball coverage is available online at:

Website: http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ESPNCBB

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ESPN To Broadcast NBA Draft For 12th Consecutive Year This Thursday

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The NBA season is over. But that doesn’t mean that the NBA is completely done for the season. Officials with ESPN have announced that the Worldwide Leader in Sports will have exclusive coverage of the league’s annual draft this year.

The 2014 NBA Draft presented by State Farm will be broadcast live this Thursday, June 26th on ESPN. It marks the twelfth consecutive year that ESPN has broadcasted the annual draft event. It also marks the second consecutive year that the draft has come live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Rece Davis will anchor the broadcast from ESPN’s main set. Davis will be joined by ESPN college basketball inside Jay Bilas and ESPN NBA analysts Jalen Rose and Bill Simmons.

Thursday’s live broadcast from the Barclays center will be preceded by ESPN’s NBA Draft Preview Show Wednesday, June 25th at 7pm on ESPN2. ESPNU will also broadcast the ESPNU Draft Special each day this week from 4 – 5 and the ESPNU Draft Recap at midnight Thursday after the draft.

Throughout Thursday’s broadcast of the 2014 NBA Draft presented by State Farm, audiences will get extra in-depth analysis from ESPN basketball analyst Fran Fraschilla and ESPN NBA analyst Tom Penn. Fran Fraschilla will offer insights on international prospects. Jeff Goodman, Heather Cox, Chris Broussard, Andy Katz and Jay Williams will each have reports and interviews. Marc Kestecher will anchor ESPN Radio’s simulcast of the 2014 NBA Draft presented by State Farm. Analysts P.J. Carlesimo and Ryen Rusillo will offer extra commentary for the broadcast.

More information on Thursday’s coverage of the 2014 NBA Draft presented by State Farm is available online at http://espn.go.com/nba and http://www.facebook.com/NBAonESPN. To keep up with the latest sports and entertainment news and reviews, go online to http://www.facebook.com/philspicks and “Like” it. Fans can always keep up with the latest sports and entertainment news and reviews in the Phil’s Picks blog at https://philspicks.wordpress.com.

ESPN2 To Air 2014 WNBA Draft Live April 14th

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ESPN2 will present the 2014WNBA Draft Presented by State Farm Live next Monday, April 14th, 2014.

Monday’s WNBA Draft will be held at the Mohegan Sun Arena , home of the Connecticut Sun. Round will be broadcast live at 8pm ET on ESPN2. The second and third rounds of the WNBA Draft Presented by State Farm will be broadcast online via ESPN3 from 9 – 10:30pm ET. Kevin Negandhi will anchor ESPN2’s coverage of the draft. Analysts Rebecca Lobo and Carolyn Peck will join him to add their own insight on the draft, as will reporter Holly Rowe.

Additional content will be offered across the ESPN platforms including SportsCenter and espnW.com.

The Connecticut Sun will have the top pick in the draft for the second consecutive year. The Sun will have a big crop of players from which to choose this year as top picks Chelsea Gray (Duke), Bria Hartley (Connecticut), Kayla McBride (Notre Dame), Shoni Schimmel (Louisville), Meighan Simmons (Tennessee) and Odyssey Sims (Baylor) have all been named as top picks in this year’s draft. Also named among the most talked about names in this year’s draft are forwards Natalie Achonwa (Notre Dame), Natasha Howard (Florida State), Chiney Ogwumike (Stanford), Alyssa Thomas (Maryland), and centers Stefanie Dolson (Connecticut) and Markeisha Gatling (NC State). The draft order in the WNBA Draft is chosen through the WNBA Draft Lottery presented by State Farm.

Tulsa holds the second pick in this year’s WNBA Draft, followed by the San Antonio Stars, New York Liberty, and Indiana Fever.

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ESPN Releases 2014 SEC Men’s Basketball Broadcast Schedule

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ESPN has released its broadcast schedule for the 2014 SEC College basketball regular season.  The Worldwide Leader in Sports” will kick off the up SEC’s upcoming College Basketball Season Tuesday, January 7th with a matchup between the Tennessee Volunteers and the Bengal Tigers of LSU on ESPN.  It is the first of 120 SEC conference games that will be broadcast across the ESPN family of networks.  Every Tuesday, ESPN and ESPNU will two SEC games during conference play.  This schedule includes the return of the highly popular Super Tuesday series.  That series features an SEC-Big Ten doubleheader each year.  Meanwhile, ESPN or ESPN2 will feature and SEC battle on the hardwood every Thursday.  Saturday’s SEC showcase will feature at least one game on ESPNU and ESPN or ESPN2.

The 2014 SEC schedule includes a Saturday Primetime Presented by DIRECTV broadcast.  College GameDay Covered by State Farm will also broadcast live from Kentucky as the Wildcats host the Hurricanes.  That matchup will take place February 15th at 9pm ET on ESPN.  Rece Davis hosts College GameDay and is joined by analysts Jay Bilas, Digger Phelps, and Jalen Rose.   ESPNU carries a two-hour edition of College GameDay every Saturday morning at 10am ET that continues at 11am on ESPN.  ESPN airs a one-hour edition of College GameDay every Saturday night at 8pm ET.

True diehard SEC and college basketball fans will be able to catch eight exclusive SEC matchups and a simulcast of every SEC Network and regional syndication partner broadcast.  Fans can even get ESPN Full Court, ESPN’s out-of-market-pay-per-view package to get even more games.

The SEC Network, ESPN Regional Television’s over-the-air syndication package, will have forty more games in addition to all of the games presented across the ESPN family of networks.  And the SEC Network will also present the SEC Studio Show every Saturday afternoon from the regular season through the SEC Tournament.

All SEC games can be viewed not only on television, but also online.  All content available across the ESPN family of networks will also be available online via WatchESPN, WatchESPN.com and through ESPN on Xbox LIVE for Gold members.  Audiences with Apple TV will also be able to get their games through that outlet if they have a video subscription from an affiliated provider.

The full ESPN family of networks SEC College basketball schedule is available below.

ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3 and SEC Network 2013 SEC Men’s Basketball Schedule

Dates, times and television listings subject to change

 

Date Time (ET) Matchup Network
Tue, Jan 7 7 p.m. Tennessee at LSU ESPN
9 p.m. Vanderbilt at Alabama ESPNU
Wed, Jan 8 7 p.m. South Carolina at Florida ESPN3 ** &  CSS
8 p.m. Mississippi State at Kentucky ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
Georgia at Missouri ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
9 p.m. Arkansas at Texas AM ESPN3 ** & FSN
Thu, Jan 9 7 p.m. Auburn at Ole Miss ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, Jan 11 1 p.m. Florida at Arkansas ESPN2
1:30 p.m. LSU at South Carolina ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
2 p.m. Missouri at Auburn ESPN2
4 p.m. Ole Miss at Mississippi State ESPNU
Alabama at Georgia ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
6 p.m. Texas A&M at Tennessee ESPN3 ** & FSN
Tue, Jan 14 7 p.m. Georgia at Florida ESPNU
9 p.m. Kentucky at Arkansas ESPN
Wed, Jan 15 7 p.m. Auburn at Tennessee ESPN3 ** & CSS
8 p.m. Mississippi State at Alabama ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
South Carolina at Texas A&M ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
9 p.m. LSU at Ole Miss ESPN3 ** & CSS
Thu, Jan 16 7 p.m. Missouri at Vanderbilt ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, Jan 18 1:30 p.m. Texas A&M at Mississippi State ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
Arkansas at Georgia ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
2 p.m. Alabama at Missouri ESPN or ESPN2
4 p.m. Florida at Auburn ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
4:30 p.m. Ole Miss at South Carolina ESPN3 ** & FSN
9 p.m. Vanderbilt at LSU ESPNU
Tue, Jan 21 7 p.m. Missouri at LSU ESPNU
9 p.m. Texas A&M at Kentucky ESPN
Wed, Jan 22 8 p.m. Arkansas at Tennessee ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
South Carolina at Georgia ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
9 p.m. Ole Miss at Vanderbilt ESPN3 ** & CSS
TBD Auburn at Mississippi State ESPN3
Thu, Jan 23 7 p.m. Florida at Alabama ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, Jan 25 1 p.m. Vanderbilt at Texas A&M ESPNU
1:30 p.m. Georgia at Kentucky ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
4 p.m. Tennessee at Florida ESPN or ESPN2
Mississippi State at Ole Miss ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
South Carolina at Missouri ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
6 p.m. Auburn at Arkansas ESPN3 ** & FSN
8 p.m. LSU at Alabama ESPN2
Tue, Jan 28 7 p.m. Missouri at Arkansas ESPNU
9 p.m. Kentucky at LSU ESPN
Wed, Jan 29 7 p.m. Vanderbilt at Georgia ESPN3 ** & CSS
8 p.m. Ole Miss at Tennessee ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
Alabama at Auburn ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
TBD Texas A&M at South Carolina ESPN3
Thu, Jan 30 7 p.m. Florida at Mississippi State ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, Feb 1 1:30 p.m. South Carolina at Ole Miss ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
Georgia at Auburn ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
4 p.m. Texas A&M at Florida ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
5 p.m. Arkansas at LSU ESPNU
Mississippi State at Vanderbilt ESPN3 ** & FSN
8 p.m. Tennessee at Alabama ESPN2
Tue, Feb 4 7 p.m. Ole Miss at Kentucky ESPNU
9 p.m. Missouri at Florida ESPN
Wed, Feb 5 8 p.m. Alabama at Arkansas ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
9 p.m. Mississippi State at Texas A&M ESPN3 ** & CSS
TBD Tennessee at Vanderbilt ESPN3
TBD Auburn at South Carolina ESPN3
Thu, Feb 6 7 p.m. LSU at Georgia ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, Feb 8 Noon Alabama at Florida ESPN
1:30 p.m. Kentucky at Mississippi State ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
3 p.m. South Carolina at Tennessee ESPNU
4 p.m. Arkansas at Vanderbilt ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
Auburn at LSU ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
5 p.m. Missouri at Ole Miss ESPN3 ** & FSN
TBD Texas A&M at Georiga ESPN3 ** & CSS
Tue, Feb 11 7 p.m. Florida at Tennessee ESPN
9 p.m. Ole Miss at Alabama ESPNU
Wed, Feb 12 8 p.m. Kentucky at Auburn ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
Vanderbilt at South Carolina ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
9 p.m. LSU at Texas A&M ESPN3 ** & CSS
9 p.m. Georgia at Mississippi State ESPN3 ** & FSN
Thu, Feb 13 7 p.m. Arkansas at Missouri ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, Feb 15 1:30 p.m. Texas A&M at Vanderbilt ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
Mississippi State at Auburn ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
4 p.m. Tennessee at Missouri ESPN or ESPN2
Alabama at South Carolina ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
Ole Miss at Georgia ESPN3 ** & FSN
5 p.m. LSU at Arkansas ESPNU
9 p.m. Florida at Kentucky ESPN
Tue, Feb 18 7 p.m. Kentucky at Ole Miss ESPN
9 p.m. Georgia at Tennessee ESPNU
Wed, Feb 19 7 p.m. Auburn at Florida ESPN3 ** & FSN
8 p.m. Vanderbilt at Missouri ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
Mississippi State at LSU ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
9 p.m. South Carolina at Arkansas ESPN3 ** & CSS
Thu, Feb 20 7 p.m. Alabama at Texas A&M ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, Feb 22 1:30 p.m. Georgia at South Carolina ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
3 p.m. Tennessee at Texas A&M ESPNU
4 p.m. LSU at Kentucky ESPN or ESPN2
Arkansas at Mississippi State ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
6 p.m. Vanderbilt at Auburn ESPN3 ** & FSN
8 p.m. Missouri at Alabama ESPN2
Tue, Feb. 25 7 p.m. Florida at Vanderbilt ESPN
9 p.m. Missouri at Georgia ESPNU
Wed, Feb 26 8 p.m. Tennessee at Mississippi State ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
Texas A&M at LSU ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
9 p.m. South Carolina at Auburn ESPN3 ** & FSN
TBD Alabama at Ole Miss ESPN3
Thu, Feb 27 7 p.m. Arkansas at Kentucky ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, Mar 1 Noon Vanderbilt at Tennessee ESPN or ESPN2
1:30 p.m. Mississippi State at Missouri ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
3 p.m. Auburn at Alabama ESPNU
4 p.m. Georgia at Arkansas ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
6 p.m. Kentucky at South Carolina ESPN or ESPN2
Ole Miss at Texas A&M ESPN3 ** & FSN
Tue, Mar 4 7 p.m. Florida at South Carolina ESPNU
9 p.m. Alabama at Kentucky ESPN
Wed, Mar 5 7 p.m. Mississippi State at Georgia ESPN3 ** & CSS
8 p.m. Tennessee at Auburn ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
TBD Ole Miss at Arkansas ESPN3
TBD Texas A&M at Missouri ESPN3
Thu, Mar 6 7 p.m. LSU at Vanderbilt ESPN or ESPN2
Sat, Mar 8 1:30 p.m. Vanderbilt at Ole Miss ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
4 p.m. Missouri at Tennessee ESPN
South Carolina at Mississippi State ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
Auburn at Texas A&M ESPN3 ** & SEC Network
5 p.m. Georgia at LSU ESPN3 ** & FSN
TBD Arkansas at Alabama ESPN3

 

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