ATHENS — It remains to be seen whether a full house will again be at Georgia’s spring game, but apparently those at home will still be able to see it.
The SEC Network plans to air G-Day on April 22 at 2 p.m. ET, according to a schedule posted on ESPN’s website. (ESPN runs the SEC Network.)
Georgia’s spring game is one of many listed on the schedule, with Alabama’s set to be broadcast at 3 p.m. ET on ESPN. Last year, every SEC spring game was on television, so it stands to reason that it will be the case again this year.
Last year, G-Day was broadcast on ESPNU. Kirby Smart’s first spring game as Georgia’s head coach became more renowned for Georgia fans coming through on the “93k day” turnout goal, Ludacris’ pregame performance, and then-freshman Jacob Eason having a standout performance.
This year, no grand plans or goals have been announced for the game yet. But Eason will be back, along with new freshman quarterback Jake Fromm.