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All 14 SEC spring games will appear on ESPN networks for the fourth straight season, it was announced Monday.

Of those, 10 will be broadcast on the SEC Network. This year’s games will take place across four Saturdays.

South Carolina’s Garnet and Black Spring Game is noon April 6 at Williams-Brice Stadium, with the game televised on SEC Network. The Gamecocks will be second among conference teams’ scheduled spring games.

The spring game features free admission and will be fans’ first chance to see nine members of the South Carolina 2019 recruiting class in action, including quarterback Ryan Hilinski and defensive lineman Zacch Pickens.

Here’s the full lineup for SEC games.

March 30

Noon, Vanderbilt: Black and Gold Spring Game, SEC Network

April 6

Noon, South Carolina: Garnet-Black Spring Game, SEC Network

2 p.m., LSU: National L-Club Spring Game, SEC Network

4 p.m., Arkansas: Red-White Spring Game, ESPNU

4 p.m., Ole Miss: Grove Bowl, SEC Network

April 12

6 p.m., Kentucky: Kentucky Blue/White Game, SEC Network

April 13

1 p.m., Florida: Orange & Blue Game, SEC Network Alternate

2 p.m., Alabama: A-Day, ESPN2

2 p.m., Mississippi State: Maroon-White Game, ESPNU

2 p.m., Texas A&M Maroon & White Game, SEC Network

4 p.m., Auburn: A-Day, SEC Network

4 p.m., Missouri: Black & Gold Spring Game, ESPNU

6 p.m., Tennessee: Orange & White Game, SEC Network

April 20

2 p.m., Georgia: G-Day, SEC Network

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