USC Men's Basketball

South Carolina basketball releases more schedule tidbits, reveals all game times, TV info

South Carolina men’s basketball on Thursday released final bits of information for its 2019-20 schedule.

All game times are now known. Same with broadcast details.

2019-20 South Carolina Basketball Regular Season Schedule

Oct. 30, Columbia International (exhibition), 7 PM

Nov. 6, North Alabama, 7 PM, SEC Network+

Nov. 10, Wyoming, 12 PM, SEC Network

Nov. 15, Cleveland State, 7 PM, SEC Network+

Nov. 19, Boston University (Cancun Challenge, Columbia, S.C.), 7 PM, SEC Network+

Nov. 22, Gardner-Webb (Cancun Challenge, Columbia, S.C.), 7 PM, SEC Network+

Nov. 26, Wichita State (Cancun Challenge, Cancun, Mexico), 6 PM, CBS Sports Network

Nov. 27, West Virginia/Northern Iowa (Cancun Challenge, Cancun, Mexico), TBD

Dec. 1, George Washington, 2 PM, SEC Network+

Dec. 4, at UMass, 7 PM, CBS Sports Network

Dec. 8, Houston, 12 PM, ESPNU

Dec. 15, at Clemson, 5 PM, ESPN2

Dec. 22, at Virginia, 3 PM, ABC

Dec. 30, Stetson, 3 PM, SEC Network+

Tue., Jan. 7, Florida, 7 PM, ESPN/2/U

Sat., Jan. 11, at Tennessee, 1 PM, SEC Network

Wed., Jan. 15, Kentucky, 6:30 PM, SEC Network

Sat., Jan. 18, at Texas A&M, 1 PM, SEC Network

Wed., Jan. 22, at Auburn, 7 PM, ESPN2/U

Sat., Jan. 25, Vanderbilt, 8 PM, SEC Network

Wed., Jan. 29, at Arkansas, 8:30 PM, SEC Network

Sat., Feb. 1, Missouri, 3:30 PM, SEC Network

Wed., Feb. 5, at Ole Miss, 7 PM, SEC Network

Sat., Feb. 8, Texas A&M, 1 PM, SEC Network

Wed., Feb. 12, at Georgia, 6:30 PM, SEC Network

Sat., Feb. 15, Tennessee, 6 PM, SEC Network

Wed., Feb. 19, at Mississippi State, 9 PM, SEC Network

Sat., Feb. 22, LSU, 8 PM, ESPN/2/U

Wed., Feb. 26, Georgia, 6:30 PM, SEC Network

Sat., Feb. 29, at Alabama, 8:30 PM, SEC Network

Tue., March 3, Mississippi State, 6:30 PM, SEC Network

Sat., March 7, at Vanderbilt, 12:30 PM, SEC Network

Andrew Ramspacher has been covering college athletics since 2010, serving as The State’s USC men’s basketball beat writer since October 2017. His work has been recognized by the Associated Press Sports Editors, Virginia Press Association and West Virginia Press Association. At a program-listed 5-foot-10, he’s always been destined to write about the game. Not play it.
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