How to watch every college football spring game this weekend online

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Now that March Madness is over and we’ve crowned the champion in college basketball congrats, Villanova we can put all of our attention on college football. Spring camps have gotten underway in recent days and weeks across the country. In the warmer climates in the south, they’ve gotten a head start on some of the programs in the north and midwest.

In total, there will be 16 spring games taking place on Saturday. Some of them will be televised over traditional cable channels like the SEC Network or Big Ten Network. Meanwhile, others won’t have the traditional television experience, but you can watch games online.

Some of the bigger schools taking the field this weekend include Michigan State who will be one of the front-runners to challenge for the Big Ten this year as they return most of their starting lineup from last year’s team. Spring game live streams: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial.

Additionally, the Auburn Tigers will look to get that bad taste out of their mouths from the disappointing finish to the year when they lost to Georgia in the SEC Championship Game to lose their shot at a playoff berth and later their Peach Bowl loss to the UCF Knights.

We’ll also have Illinois, Pursue, BYU, NC State, Arkansas, Ole Miss, TCU, UAB, Eastern Michigan, Wake Forest, Georgia State, Utah State and Houston holding their spring games.

Spring game schedule – April 7 Times reflect ET Purdue Noon BTN Tulsa Noon — BYU 1:00pm — Illinois 1:00pm — NC State 1:00pm ACCNExtra Arkansas at Little Rock 2:00pm SECN Ole Miss 2:00pm ESPNU TCU 2:00pm — UAB 2:00pm CUSA.TV Eastern Michigan 3:00pm — Wake Forest 3:00pm — Georgia State 3:30pm — Auburn 4:00pm SECN Utah State 4:00pm — Houston 4:30pm Michigan State 5:00pm BTN

This week is the first of four weekends where there will be spring games on our TV and on our tablets and computers or however else you can stream games. This is a nice little appetizer for fans to get us through the long offseason. I can’t wait to get a sense of how these teams are looking in the spring, which players are looking poised for big years, which new recruits will step up and which new coaching staffs will be able to make a quick impact on their new players and program.