College football is still several months away from starting up again, but the SEC Media Days schedule has just emerged. It will take place from July 13-16 in Atlanta.
The first batch of SEC programs to step up to the podium will be Florida, LSU and Missouri. Fans will have the chance to hear what Ed Orgeron has to say about the Tigers’ championship run and how they’ll try to successfully defend their title.
Georgia, Kentucky, Ole Miss and Vanderbilt will have the floor on Tuesday, July 14. All eyes will likely be on Lane Kiffin, who will enter his first year as the head coach of the Rebels. He’s such a polarizing figure that he’ll definitely have the media’s full attention.
We’ll hear from Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi State and Tennessee on the third day. Nick Saban should draw a large crowd per usual, meanwhile Mike Leach will get his first taste of the SEC. The fourth day will feature Auburn, South Carolina and Texas A&M.
2020 SEC Media Days schedule (Atlanta)
MONDAY, July 13
TUESDAY, July 14
WEDNESDAY, July 15
THURSDAY, July 16
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— Brandon Marcello (@bmarcello) February 20, 2020
It should be another great year for the SEC.
There will be plenty of veteran coaches back for another season, but also a few new head coaches, such as Eliah Drinkwitz and Sam Pittman.
Which SEC program do you want to hear from the most?