2011 SEC Football Spring Game Times, TV Schedules: Georgia, Alabama, Auburn Make For Crowded April 16

It's spring game time, meaning it's time to look around the SEC and mock every other team's quarterback situation while you revel in all your incoming freshmen who are pushing for playing time. ESPN is scheduled to air almost the entire conference's spring games on one channel or another, with Georgia, Arkansas, and LSU getting the flagship network treatment.

Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Georgia, Ole Miss, and Tennessee are all set to go on April 16, making it a day full of various A-Day Games and a G-Day Game. Florida's game will be shown on Fox Sports Florida, according to the indispensable lsufootball.net TV schedule that no college football fan should go more than a day without checking, even in April.

As always, click on any of these team names for much more coverage:

School Spring Game Time, Channel
Alabama Crimson Tide April 16 3 pm, ESPNU
Arkansas Razorbacks April 16 3 pm, ESPN
Auburn Tigers April 16 3 pm, ESPN3
Florida Gators April 9 noon, SUN
Georgia Bulldogs April 16 1 pm, CSS
Kentucky Wildcats April 23 3 pm, BBSN (radio)
LSU Tigers April 9 4 pm, ESPN
Mississippi Rebels April 16 5 pm, CSS
Mississippi St. Bulldogs April 9 6 pm, ESPN3
South Carolina Gamecocks April 9 1 pm, ESPN3
Tennessee Volunteers April 16 ?
Vanderbilt Commodores April 17 ?

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