Georgia and Georgia Tech basketball found out which networks their games will air on during the 2015-16 season with schedule announcements made Wednesday by both the SEC and ACC.
Georgia will have 25 of its games televised nationally. The Bullodgs will have four non-conference games on the SEC Network (Kansas State, Winthrop, Georgia Tech, Clemson), as well as one non-conference game each on Fox Sports 1 (at Seton Hall), ESPN2 (at Baylor) and ESPNU (High Point).
Earlier SEC games announced include two games on ESPNU and nine games on the SEC Network. In addition, seven games will air on an ESPN network to be determined.
Georgia Tech will have 11 national broadcasts and 13 regional telecasts. Non-conference televised games include VCU (ESPN2), Tennessee (ESPNU), Tulane (CBS Sports Network) and Georgia (SEC Network), as well as NIT Season Tip-Off games against Arkansas (ESPNU) and either Villanova or Stanford (ESPN2 or ESPNU).
Slated for national telecast in ACC play are games against Louisville, Syracuse, Duke, Miami and Notre Dame. Those games will air on an ESPN network. Seven games will air on the syndicated ACC Network, while six others will air on Fox Sports South or Fox Sports Southeast (the name SportSouth will go by as of Oct. 4).