SEC football fans can rejoice this spring as all 14 of the league’s spring games will be televised through ESPN’s family of networks.

ESPN’s SEC coverage kicks off on March 30 at 12 p.m. EST with Vanderbilt’s Black and Gold Game on the SEC Network and continues over the next four weekends culminating with Georgia’s G-Day Game on April 21.

A few storylines to watch during spring practice in the SEC include:

South Carolina — The Gamecocks enter the 2019 season facing one of the toughest schedules in program history, but also equipped with an impressive Top 25 signing class highlighted by 5-star pass rusher Zacch Pickens and four-star quarterback Ryan Hilinski, who are both early enrollees and available this spring.

Mizzou — Clemson graduate transfer quarterback Kelly Bryant takes the reins at quarterback following the departure of Drew Lock to the NFL. The Tigers are considered a darkhorse SEC East division candidate as an intriguing team to watch this spring.

Alabama — Nick Saban and the Tide embark on their revenge tour following the worst loss in more than a decade last time out against Clemson. Alabama signed the nation’s top-ranked class for the eighth time in nine years and several of those high-profile players are already on campus.

Auburn — Four players will compete for the Tigers’ quarterback spot after Jarrett Stidham’s exit including five-star freshman Bo Nix. Gus Malzahn takes over play-calling duties for Auburn and should return to his run-heavy, tempo-based mindset.

Georgia — Zamir White, the top-ranked ballcarrier in the 2018 class per the 247Sports Composite, is nearing a full return from a knee injury that kept him sidelined for his freshman season in 2018. He’ll get a chance behind D’Andre Swift as a primary playmaker for the Bulldogs this season.

SEC spring game viewing schedule on ESPN

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