How to watch ESPN's 'Marty & McGee' on TV, live stream at Alabama vs. Ole Miss football

Daniella Medina
The Tuscaloosa News

"Marty & McGee" is an SEC Network pregame show that airs every Saturday morning ahead of college football games. 

The show is hosted by Ryan McGee and Marty Smith, who have been with ESPN since 1994 and 2006, respectively. 

"Marty & McGee" travels to college football game sites each week along with fellow SEC Network pregame show "SEC Nation."  

According to Paul Finebaum, the show will broadcast from the same location "SEC Nation" has previously in Tuscaloosa, which is in front of Archie Wade Hall on the Alabama campus. 

How to watch 'Marty & McGee' on TV, live stream

Ryan McGee during the filming of the Marty & McGee Show before the filming of the SEC Nation college football show, at the Plaza of the Americas on the University of Florida campus, in Gainesville, Fla. Sept. 18, 2021.

Showtime: 8 to 9 a.m. CT

TV: SEC Network 

On DirecTV, SECN is channel 611. On Dish, SECN is channel 404 or 408, depending on the receiver.

Online live stream: ESPN.com/watch

Where is 'Marty & McGee' going for college football Week 5?

Scooter McGrudder, right, talks to Marty Smith and Ryan McGee on the set of "Marty & Magee" before the filming of the SEC Nation college football show, at the Plaza of the Americas on the University of Florida campus, in Gainesville, Florida, on Sept. 18, 2021.

"Marty & McGee" is headed to Tuscaloosa ahead of Alabama vs. Ole Miss on Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021.

ESPN's "SEC Nation," hosted by Laura Rutledge, featuring analysts Paul Finebaum, Roman Harper, Jordan Rodgers and Tim Tebow, will also broadcast live from Tuscaloosa on Saturday. The show airs from 9-11 a.m. on SEC Network after "Marty & McGee." 

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On "Marty & McGee," the two hosts discuss all things college football, southern culture and everything in between. The show was originally a podcast until 2015, when it was given a regular weekend slot on ESPN Radio. In 2018, the show moved to SEC Network.

Daniella Medina is a digital producer for the USA TODAY Network. Follow her on Twitter @danimedinanews