2011 Georgia Spring Game Scheduled To Air On ESPN3 And CSS, Not ESPN

Well, ESPN was at one point supposed to show the Georgia Bulldogs 2011 football spring game, but it looks like that’s not the case any more. The school is saying the game will air on CSS, with ESPN3 also around for those outside of CSS’ turf.

The game is still set for 1 pm ET on April 9, as far as I know.

This means Georgia joins the Florida Gators in having its spring game broadcasted on a regional network instead of a national one, though at least UGA’s game can be seen throughout the Southeast instead of just the school’s home state. Georgia finally beat Florida at something!

Here’s the updated 2011 SEC football spring game schedule:

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 ?

For more Georgia sports, visit Dawg Sports.

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