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SEC Media Days: Full Schedule, How to Watch and More

Get set for a big week in Hoover.

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It’s talkin’ season. The SEC’s annual meeting in Hoover, Alabama is set to kick off this afternoon. Welcome to SEC Media Days! SEC Network will have full coverage for 30+ hours throughout the week. Each head coach will get their turn at the podium from Monday through Thursday. Each school has brought three representatives from their football team.

We’ll get polls from the media, angry Nick Saban off a National Title loss, new and corny Butch Jones phrases, the return of Ed Orgeron to Hoover and likely something awesome from Bret Bielema. It’s the best week of the offseason — soak it in!


How you can watch

(All times central)

SEC Network will be live from Hoover at the following times.

Monday: Live coverage 11:30 - 4, 4 - 6 (Finebaum)

Tuesday: Live coverage 8:30 - 3, 3 - 6 (Finebaum)

Wednesday: Live coverage 9 - 3, 3 - 6 (Finebaum)

Thursday: Live Coverage 9 - 2, 2 - 6 (Finebaum)


Here’s the full speaking schedule.

(All times central)

MONDAY

11:30 AM - 2:25 PM

  • SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey
  • Arkansas (Bret Bielema)

2:30 - 5:30 PM

  • LSU (Ed Orgeron)
  • Tennessee (Butch Jones)

TUESDAY

8:30 - 9 AM

  • SEC Coordinator of Football Officials Steve Shaw

9 AM - 12:30 PM

  • Georgia (Kirby Smart)
  • Vanderbilt (Derek Mason)

1 - 4 PM

  • Mississippi State (Dan Mullen)
  • Florida (Jim McElwain)

WEDNESDAY

8:45 - 9 AM

  • Exectutive Director of the College Football Playoff, Bill Hancock

9 AM - 12 PM

  • Alabama (Nick Saban)
  • Missouri (Barry Odom)

1 - 4 PM

  • Texas A&M (Kevin Sumlin)
  • Kentucky (Mark Stoops)

THURSDAY

8:30 - 8:45 AM

  • Football Bowl Association, Wright Waters

9 AM - 1:30 PM

  • South Carolina (Will Muschamp)
  • Ole Miss (Hugh Freeze)
  • Auburn (Gus Malzahn)