The Southeastern Conference announced the television schedule for all 14 spring games and the Alabama Crimson Tide will be the only team playing on ESPN's lead network.

For the second straight year, every conference team will have its annual spring game televised, and the majority of those will air on the SEC Network. Nick Saban's 11th A-Day game, however, will have an afternoon slot on ESPN. It's the second consecutive year that the Crimson Tide gets exclusive billing on ESPN.

Alabama's game will kickoff at 2 PM on Saturday, April 22, and will be free once again for all fans. The program will look to add to its nation-leading total of 809,744 fans and an average of 80,975 fans per game over the past 10 years.

The first SEC spring game will be played on April 1 with the Garnett-Black game at South Carolina. You can see the full lineup of times and television for the conference here.