FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The Southeastern Conference released game times and television networks for the 2018 men’s basketball schedule on Wednesday afternoon, featuring all 18 Arkansas league games on national television.


The Razorbacks are slated to play on ESPN or ESPN2 eight times so far in 2017-18, including five of those coming inside Bud Walton Arena. Arkansas will be featured on SEC Network 10 times and ESPNU twice as part of the league’s television partnership with ESPN.


The only conference tip-off time not announced is the league opener against Tennessee on Saturday, Dec. 30, as the SEC will wait for bowl announcements to avoid head-to-head matchups between school’s football and basketball teams.


Games on ESPN/2

Nov. 23 » vs. Oklahoma

Jan. 13 » Missouri

Jan. 17 » at Florida

Jan. 27 » Oklahoma State

Feb. 6 » South Carolina

Feb. 17 » Texas A&M

Feb. 20 » Kentucky

March 3 » at Missouri


Saturday Tip Times in BWA

Dec. 30 » Tennessee » TBA

Jan. 13 » Missouri » 5 p.m.

Jan. 20 » Ole Miss » 2:30 p.m.

Jan. 27 » Oklahoma State » 5 p.m.

Feb. 10 » Vanderbilt » 7:30 p.m.

Feb. 17 » Texas A&M » 3 p.m.


Season Tickets

The Razorback Ticket Center is currently accepting requests for 2017-18 Men’s Basketball Season Tickets. Seats will be assigned by Razorback Foundation guidelines with season ticket prices ranging from $300 to $450. To purchase tickets call 1-800-982-4647 or click here.


SEC Tournament

The SEC Network will televise the first three days of the SEC Basketball Tournament (March 7‐11) from Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Mo. The semifinals and championship game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. Arkansas has advanced to the championship game in two of the last three seasons, as it goes for its second SEC Tournament championship in 2018.


Non-Conference TV

The Southeastern conference will announce the non-conference television package at a later date.


For more information on Arkansas men’s basketball, follow @RazorbackMBB on Twitter.


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