How to Watch Tennessee Baseball Throughout March

The Tennessee Volunteers went 8-1 in February and are gearing up for SEC play. Learn how you can watch the Vols throughout March.

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College baseball can be one of the more difficult sports to watch when you're scrolling through your TV looking for specific games. The Tennessee Volunteers are setup to have another great year, and you won't want to miss the Vols kick off SEC play with their opening series against Alabama later this month.

With college baseball being difficult to watch, how can you watch the Vols gear up for the college baseball season?

That answer is easy, but it could come at a price. You can watch every Tennessee baseball game this month with the ESPN app. Tennessee currently has 16 games scheduled on SEC Network+ in March. That means you have to be an ESPN+ subscriber to watch those games.

That includes this weekend's series against the Bowling Green Falcons. If you have an ESPN+ subscription or willing to pay for one, you can check out Drew Beam on the bump on Saturday, the Vols' highest-ranked prospect, according to ESPN.

There are a few games that will be available on regular SEC Network to watch. If you don't want to fork over $10.99 per month to watch the Vols on ESPN+ and SEC Network+, you can watch Tennessee play Alabama on March 16th and 17th, and Georgia on March 30th and 31st on SEC Network.

If neither of those options offer what you are looking for, you can check out the Vols in person. Tennessee will play all but three games in Lindsey Nelson Stadium this month so there are plenty of opportunities to check out the updated LNS if you are in the Knoxville area.

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The Vols' series against Alabama will be Tennessee's first taste of SEC baseball this year and could make for a fun series. Tony Vitello's squad will have to go on the road to take on the Crimson Tide, so we should get a good introduction to the gauntlet known as SEC baseball.