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ESPN releases TV start times for 2024 Auburn football season – The Auburn Plainsman



After releasing the start times of the first three weeks on May 30, ESPN and ABC announced the estimated start times for the remainder of the 2024 SEC football season. All SEC games will be exclusively broadcast on ABC and ESPN platforms. 

The first three games of Auburn’s TV times are already set, which consist of Alabama A&M on Aug. 31 at 6:30 p.m. CST on ESPN+/SECN+, California on Sept. 7 at 2:30 CST on ESPN2 and New Mexico on Sept. 14 at 6:30 CST on ESPN2/ESPNU.

For weeks four through 14, the start time windows are broken into four categories: early (11 a.m. to noon CST start), afternoon (2:30 to 3:30 p.m. CST start), night (5 to 7 p.m. CST start) and flex (games flex between afternoon and night windows). The precise start times for each window will be confirmed six days prior. 

The Tigers’ first SEC game against Arkansas on Sept. 21 was selected for the flex window as well as their away games against Georgia on Oct. 5 and Alabama on Nov. 30 and their home game against Texas A&M on Nov. 23.

Auburn’s home game against Oklahoma on Sept. 28 was the only game scheduled for the afternoon window. 

The Tigers’ away game against Missouri on Oct. 19 and home game against Vanderbilt on Nov. 2 are both designated for the early window. Auburn’s home game against UL Monroe on Nov. 16 is scheduled for 11:45 a.m. CST on the SEC Network. 

Auburn’s road game against Kentucky on Oct. 26 is the only game scheduled for the night slot. 

At 1 p.m. CST, Inside the 2024 Schedule will premiere on SEC Network to break down the full schedule. The show will re-air at 6 p.m., as host Alyssa Lang and analysts Cole Cubelic and Roman Harper discuss the full schedule. 

Caitlyn Griffin | Sports Reporter

Caitlyn Griffin is a sophomore from Huntsville, Alabama, majoring in journalism. She started with The Plainsman in fall 2022. 

Twitter: @caitlyngrif99

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