SB Nation blogs were all over SEC Media Days yesterday. As usual, Team Speed Kills wasn't just all over it, but vacuum sealed the thing and stuck a fancy blue bow on top of it with posts on every coach speaking yesterday as well as posts on Danny Sheridan's report on Paul Finebaum's radio show that the NCAA has (maybe) found the mule who delivered the Cam Newton money, the questions such a report raises, and the notion of not just Texas A&M but also Oklahoma crashing the SEC if Texas doesn't stop bullying the other kids in the conference.
EDSBS and SB Nation NCAA Football are also braving the intermittent and oddly-ESL internet service at the Wynfrey Hotel to deliver stellar coverage of the spectacle, Alligator Army has a Will Muschamp recap and quotes from Florida players, For Whom the Cowbell Tolls wonders about the alternative meanings behind the giant blue "5" on the cover of the SEC Media Guide, and Garnet and Black Attack's Feathered Warrior likens his first SEC Media Days to his first day at high school, acne and all. GABA also . . . gasp! . . . criticizes Phil Steele, and never you mind, son, that he makes some very valid points.
Derek Dooley and the Tennessee contingent are up today. You can, reportedly, find a live stream and a schedule here, but I've heard that the schedule's all screwed up, and I have no idea whether the stream actually works. I am absolutely up to my eyeballs in getting the new business off the ground, but I'm going to try to carve out some time to covering Dooley's time at the podium. At the very least, we'll have a live thread for it. See y'all then.