MSU to be televised 49 times this season

John Cohen's club will appear on national television at least 10 times this season. (AP Photo/Jonathan Bachman)

John Cohen’s club will appear on national television at least 10 times this season. (AP Photo/Jonathan Bachman)

There will be plenty of chances to catch No. 15 Mississippi State on television this season.

The Diamond Dogs will have a school record 49 of their 56 games televised during the regular season.

Of those televised outings, 10 will be shown nationally on ESPN2, ESPNU or SEC Network. A total of 37 games will be streamed on SEC Network+ while road treks to USC and Troy will be available on those school’s websites.

MSU’s first televised game will come March 19 at Vanderbilt on SEC Network. The Bulldogs will also appear on SEC Network April 10 at Florida, April 26 against Ole Miss in the Governor’s Cup in Pearl, May 5 at home against Missouri, May 14 at Auburn and May 21 at home against Arkansas.

The Bulldogs will be shown on ESPNU April 23 at LSU, April 28 at Alabama and May 6 at home against Missouri. They will also appear on ESPN2 April 24 at LSU.

There are three other possible games that could be televised by either SEC Network or ESPNU – April 29 at Alabama, May 13 at Auburn and May 19 hosting Arkansas.

I have covered Mississippi State in some capacity since 2004 and joined the Daily Journal staff in 2013. I enjoy short walks on the beach, performing concerts in my car and watching professional wrestling.

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