SEC early season 2019 football TV schedule announced

By Kevin Kelley -

The SEC early season 2019 football TV schedule has been announced. A total of 30 games are now set for the first three weeks of the college football season.

The Florida Gators will be the first SEC team in action in 2019 when they take on the Miami Hurricanes in the Camping World Kickoff in Orlando, Florida on Saturday, Aug. 24 (Week Zero). The game, set for 7:00pm ET on ESPN, was previously announced.

Conference action gets underway in Week 1 (Saturday, Aug. 31) when the Georgia Bulldogs travel to take on the Vanderbilt Commodores. The game will be televised by the SEC Network at 7:30pm ET.

The opening Saturday features a couple of good non-conference games — Auburn vs. Oregon (in Arlington, TX), Duke vs. Alabama (in Atlanta, GA), Ole Miss at Memphis, South Carolina vs. North Carolina (in Charlotte, NC), and Mississippi State vs. Louisiana (in New Orleans, LA).

Listed below are the SEC games that have been selected for television as of May 31. All remaining SEC controlled games will be announced six-to-12 days prior to the date of the game.

SEC Early Season 2019 Football TV Schedule

*All times Eastern.

Saturday, Aug. 24
Miami vs. Florida (Orlando) – 7pm, ESPN

Thursday, Aug. 29
Texas State vs. Texas A&M – 8:30pm, SECN

Saturday, Aug. 31
Mississippi St. vs. Louisiana (New Orleans) – 12pm, ESPNU
Ole Miss at Memphis – Noon, ABC
Toledo at Kentucky – Noon, SECN
Duke vs. Alabama (Atlanta) – 3:30pm, ABC
Georgia State at Tennessee – 3:30pm, ESPNU
S. Carolina vs. N. Carolina (Charlotte) – 3:30pm, ESPN
Portland State at Arkansas – 4pm, SECN
Auburn vs. Oregon (Arlington) – 7:30pm, ABC
Georgia at Vanderbilt – 7:30pm, SECN
Georgia Southern at LSU – 7:30pm, ESPNU

Saturday, Sep. 7
Charleston Southern at South Carolina – Noon, SECN
Vanderbilt at Purdue – Noon, BTN
West Virginia at Missouri – Noon, ESPN or ESPN2
Southern Miss at Mississippi St. – 3:30pm, ESPNU
Texas A&M at Clemson – 3:30pm, ABC
Murray State at Georgia – 4pm, ESPN2
New Mexico State at Alabama – 4pm, SECN
BYU at Tennessee – 7pm, ESPN
Arkansas at Ole Miss – 7:30pm, SECN
Eastern Michigan at Kentucky – 7:30pm, ESPNU or SECN Alt.
LSU at Texas – 7:30pm, ABC
Tulane at Auburn – 7:30pm, ESPN2
UT Martin at Florida – 7:30pm, ESPNU or SECN Alt.

Saturday, Sep. 14
Arkansas State at Georgia – Noon, ESPN or ESPN2
Chattanooga at Tennessee – Noon, SECN
Kansas State at Mississippi State – Noon, ESPN or ESPN2
Alabama at South Carolina – 3:30pm, CBS
Colorado State at Arkansas – 4pm, SECN
Southeastern La. at Ole Miss – 4pm, SECN Alt.
Florida at Kentucky – 7pm, ESPN
Kent State at Auburn – 7pm, ESPN2 or ESPNU
Lamar at Texas A&M – 7pm, ESPN2 or ESPNU
Northwestern State at LSU – 7:30pm, SECN
Southeast Missouri at Missouri – 7:30pm, SECN Alt.

Thursday, Nov. 28
Ole Miss vs. Mississippi State – 7:30pm, ESPN

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More home-&-home series guys! Enough of the neutral sites to open season. CFB fans want to see their team play big time opponents in their teams stadium and not travel hours and hundred of miles away.
AL played PSU for 10 years straight with 5 in state games each. AL’s played Wash, Nebk, ND, USC all in home-&-home games since the 70’s. It was great for both fan bases.