If you’re one of the countless college basketball fans across the nation planning on being glued to the TV this March, you’ll undoubtedly be tuning in to SEC Tournament games as well. If you’re also a cord-cutter, you’ll need to know exactly how and where you can watch your favorite March Madness basketball games in the SEC conference and others via streaming services. Read on to determine what channels are airing the SEC Touranment games and which streaming services carry these channels.
When Is the SEC Tournament? What Channels Are Streaming the SEC Tournament?
You can find the 2023 SEC Tournament on ESPN and the SEC Network (SECN). Take a look below for a detailed schedule that tells you where to find each game.
SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament Schedule
|Ole Miss vs. South Carolina (67-61)||6 p.m. ET on 3/8/23||SEC Network|
|LSU vs. Georgia (72-67)||8:30 p.m. ET on 3/8/23||SEC Network|
|Florida vs. Mississippi State||12 p.m. ET on 3/9/23||SEC Network|
|Tennessee vs. Game 1 Winner||2:30 p.m. ET on 3/9/23||SEC Network|
|Auburn vs. Arkansas||6 p.m. ET on 3/9/23||SEC Network|
|Vanderbilt vs. Game 2 Winner||8:30 p.m. ET on 3/9/23||SEC Network|
|Alabama vs. Game 3 Winner||12 p.m. ET on 3/10/23||ESPN|
|Missouri vs. Game 4 Winner||2:30 p.m. ET on 3/10/23||ESPN|
|Texas A&M vs Game 5 Winner||6 p.m. ET on 3/10/23||SEC Network|
|Kentucky vs. Game 6 Winner||8:30 p.m. ET on 3/10/23||SEC Network|
|Game 7 Winner vs. Game 8 Winner||12 p.m. ET on 3/11/23||ESPN|
|Game 9 Winner vs. Game 10 Winner||2:30 p.m. ET on 3/11/23||ESPN|
|Championship||Game 11 Winner vs. Game 12 Winner||12 p.m. ET on 3/12/23||ESPN|
How to Watch the SEC Tournament Online Without Cable
Maybe you’re in it to see top-ranked Auburn or Tennessee dominate, or maybe you’re cheering on underdogs like Vanderbilt or Mississippi State. Whatever your reasons, if you’re doing all your SEC game viewing without cable, you’ll need to know which streaming services carry the channels you want and need. Let’s find out now. Here’s a list of streaming services with ESPN and SEC Network, the two channels broadcasting SEC Tournament games.
ESPN: Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV
SEC Network: Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV
Hulu + Live TV is a well-established easy to use streaming service that features popular live TV options in addition to their vast selection of on-demand content. On Hulu + Live TV, you can watch SEC games via ESPN and the SEC Network in addition to various other programming. Check out our Hulu + Live TV review to find out what else Hulu offers.
The fuboTV service is one of the most robust streaming platforms not only for college sports channel lineups but sports programming in general. With this service, you can access both international and national games and matches in the most popular and some more obscure sports. On fuboTV, you’ll find both ESPN and SEC Network.
Sling TV is a competitively priced streaming service that offers the most popular channels and programming including sports programming. Take a look at the Sling TV channel list, and you’ll see Sling TV carries ESPN so you can watch the SEC Championship game.
More expensive than Sling TV and more comparable to services like Hulu + Live TV, YouTubeTV offers a robust selection of channels including entertainment, reality, news, and sports programming. You’ll find ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPNU.
Can I Watch the SEC Tournament on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?
Feel free to stream SEC games on your favorite streaming platforms via your streaming service of choice. Nearly all streaming services that carry channels broadcasting the SEC Tournament are compatible with popular streaming platforms like Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast.
|Roku||Fire TV||Apple TV||Android TV||Chromecast||iOS||Android||Web browser|
|Hulu + Live TV||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
You can also take the SEC Tournament games with you on the go via your smartphone, tablet, or other compatible devices.