The SEC Network brought much more exposure to football last fall, but the real impact comes during the spring sports schedule. On Wednesday, the Southeastern Conference announced that 80 games will air on the new network with more than 100 games being televised across the ESPN family of networks.

The University of Alabama will have 10 regular season games televised, beginning with a Thursday night road game at Florida on March 26. Here's how the full 2015 television schedule will look.

Thursday, March 26 at Florida (6PM, SEC Network)
Tuesday, April 16 vs UAB (6PM, SEC Network)
Saturday, April 18 at Missouri (7PM, SEC Network)
Sunday, April 19 at Missouri (12PM, SEC Network)
Saturday, April 25 at Ole Miss (7PM, SEC Network)
Sunday, April 26 at Ole Miss (12PM, SEC Network)
Thursday, April 30 vs Arkansas (6PM, SEC Network)
Friday, May 1 vs Arkansas (6PM, SEC Network)
Saturday, May 2 vs Arkansas (12PM, ESPN2)
Saturday, May 16 vs Vanderbilt (3:30PM, SEC Network)

All but one of Alabama's televised games will air on the SEC Network. The exception is the May 2 game against Arkansas, which will air on ESPN2. The Crimson Tide's final game of the season against defending national champion Vanderbilt will also air live.

The SEC Network and ESPN2 will show every single game of the SEC Tournament beginning on May 19.