What College Football Spring Games Are on TV Today, April 8?

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Auburn is part of a plethora of schools hosting spring games today. (Getty)

There are 25 schools hosting spring football games today, Saturday, April 8. Fans at home can watch as many as ten games on either TV or through team streams online.

Ole Miss is the first game of the day that’s televised on SEC Network at 12 p.m. Eastern. Shea Patterson is expected to take snaps under center as he heads towards what is likely his first full season as starting quarterback. Purdue’s game will be on the Big Ten Network at 1 p.m. Eastern.

Auburn’s spring game takes place at 2 p.m. Eastern on the SEC Network. All eyes will be on the quarterback battle for the Tigers. Sean White is battling Woody Barrett to retain the starting spot.

Oklahoma’s game starts at 2 p.m. Eastern and is broadcast on Fox Sports Southwest. The Sooners are also offering a live stream of the game, but the stream requires a subscription to Sooner Sports TV.

In another 2 p.m. kickoff, Texas A&M’s game will be broadcast on ESPNU. Clemson’s game starts at 2:30 p.m. Eastern on ACCN Extra which is accessible to some subscribers on Watch ESPN.

Clemson looks to replace legendary quarterback Deshaun Watson who is headed to the NFL. According to Tiger Net, Kelly Bryant, Zerrick Cooper, Tucker Israel and Hunter Johnson are all fighting to replace Watson.

Florida State, one of the early 2017 favorites, kicks off on ESPN at 3 p.m. The young Seminoles team will have the majority of their core players returning in the fall. North Carolina gets started at the same time on ACCN Extra. North Texas’s 3 p.m. game will be broadcast online at CUSA.TV.

Mississippi State is the final game of the day that has a live television broadcast. The Bulldogs kickoff on the SEC Network at 4 p.m. Eastern.

Here’s a full schedule of today’s college football spring games courtesy of FBS Schedules. All games are listed in Eastern time with the network listed to the right if the game is televised.

Coastal Carolina 11:00 am
Bowling Green 11:30am
Air Force Noon
Ole Miss Noon SEC Network
TCU Noon
Tulsa Noon
Louisiana Tech 1:00 pm
Purdue 1:00 pm Big Ten Network
South Alabama 1:00 pm
UL Lafayette 1:00 pm
Auburn 2:00 pm SEC Network
Iowa State 2:00pm
Ohio (open practice) 2:00 pm
Oklahoma 2:00 pm FSSW
SMU 2:00 pm
Texas A&M 2:00pm ESPNU
ULM 2:00 pm
Clemson 2:30 pm ACCNExtra
Eastern Michigan 3:00 pm
Florida State 3:00 pm ESPN
North Carolina 3:00 pm ACCNExtra
North Texas 3:00 pm CUSA.TV
Wake Forest 3:00 pm
Mississippi State 4:00pm SEC Network
Utah State 4:00 pm
Boise State 8:00 pm

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