2013 SEC Volleyball television schedule released

From the Southeastern Conference

The Southeastern Conference, in conjunction with ESPNU, SportSouth and Comcast/Charter Sports Southeast (CSS), released the 2013 SEC volleyball television schedule. Combined, the networks will broadcast 18 live SEC volleyball matches this season.

The ESPNU SEC slate starts Oct. 2 with ESPNU Wednesday Night Volleyball featuring Missouri at Arkansas. SportSouth's first broadcast will be an Oct. 11 contest between Kentucky and Florida while CSS begins televised matches on Oct. 13 with Georgia and Florida.

The SportSouth footprint includes FS Southwest and FS Midwest. Areas covered by Comcast will see matches on CSS, while areas covered by Cox (LSU, Arkansas and Florida) will see matches on CST.

Every ESPNU match will be available on WatchESPN. SportSouth and CSS matches will also be made available on ESPN3.

ESPNU is available in 75 million homes. SportSouth telecasts will be distributed to over 30 million homes in the FOX regional footprint and the CSS package will be available in more than 10 million homes.

2013 SEC Volleyball TV Schedule


Wednesday, 10/2                            Missouri at Arkansas                      7 p.m. ET
                Wednesday, 10/9                            LSU at Texas A&M                           8 p.m. ET

Wednesday, 10/23                          Kentucky at Georgia                       6 p.m. ET

Sunday, 11/3                                      Florida at Texas A&M                     2 p.m. ET

Wednesday, 11/6                            Ole Miss at Mississippi State       8 p.m. ET

Wednesday, 11/13                          South Carolina at Florida               6 p.m. ET

Wednesday, 11/20                          Florida at Tennessee                      5:30 p.m. ET

SportSouth/FS Southwest/FS Midwest

Friday, 10/11                                      Kentucky at Florida                         6:30 p.m. ET
                Friday, 10/11                                      Missouri at Tennessee                  8:30 p.m. ET
                Sunday, 10/13                                   Arkansas at Tennessee                 1 p.m. ET
                Friday, 10/18                                      LSU at Auburn                                   8:30 p.m. ET

Sunday, 10/20                                   Texas A&M at Auburn                   3 p.m. ET


Sunday, 10/13                                   Georgia at Florida                            2 p.m. ET
                Sunday, 10/20                                   Georgia at Arkansas                        2:30 p.m. ET

Sunday, 11/3                                      Georgia at Tennessee                    2 p.m. ET

Sunday, 11/3                                      Mississippi State at Auburn         4 p.m. ET

Sunday, 11/17                                   Alabama at Florida                           2 p.m. ET

Sunday, 11/24                                   Tennessee at Alabama                  2 p.m. ET