Aug. 31: Georgia will open the 2019 season on the road – in an SEC game at Vanderbilt. Sept. 7: Georgia will face Murray State for the first time since 1945, a UGA win. Sept. 14: In its second home game, Georgia faces Arkansas State for the third time ever. Georgia is 2-0. Sept. 21: Notre Dame plays in Athens for the first time ever. The teams met in South Bend in 2017. Oct. 5: After a bye week, Georgia goes to Tennessee. The Bulldogs are 9-10-1 at Neyland Stadium. Oct. 12: The Bulldogs face South Carolin

G-Day, all SEC spring games to be televised

For the fourth straight season, every Southeastern Conference spring football game will be live on ESPN networks and the ESPN App. 

Ten games will be featured over four weekends on the SEC Network, starting with Vanderbilt’s Black and Gold Spring Game on Saturday, March 30, and concluding with Georgia’s G-Day, Saturday, April 20.

Here is the SEC spring game schedule:

Saturday, March 30

Noon, SEC Network: Vanderbilt

Saturday, April 6

Noon, SEC Network: South Carolina
2 p.m., SEC Network: LSU
4 p.m., ESPNU: Arkansas
4 p.m., SEC Network: Ole Miss 

Friday, April 12

6 p.m., SEC Network: Kentucky 

Saturday, April 13

1 p.m., SEC Network (Alternate): Florida
2 p.m., ESPN2: Alabama 
2 p.m., ESPNU: Mississippi State
2 p.m., SEC Network:Texas A&M
4 p.m., SEC Network: Auburn 
4 p.m., ESNPU: Missouri
6 p.m., SEC Network: Tennessee

Saturday, April 20

2 p.m., SEC Network: Georgia

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