For most, Monday signals the unofficial start of college football in the south. SEC Media Days will begin in Birmingham, Alabama, with each SEC head coach set to appear in front of the mic for their annual address.
It will be Josh Heupel’s first appearance as the head coach of the Tennessee Volunteers. He’s set to speak during the second slate of Tuesday’s sessions.
The SEC Network and SEC Network+ (streaming) will have coverage daily, Monday through Thursday. We now have the full schedule of events, complete with times for each press conference.
SEC Media Days 2021 press conference schedule
Monday, July 19
11:30 a.m.: SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey
12:15 p.m.: Florida — Dan Mullen; Zach Carter, DL; Ventrell Miller, LB
1:40 p.m.: LSU — Ed Orgeron; Austin Deculus, OT; Derek Stingley Jr., DB
3 p.m.: South Carolina — Shane Beamer; Kingsley Enagbare, DE; Nick Muse, TE
Tuesday, July 20
9:05 a.m.: Georgia — Kirby Smart; JT Daniels, QB; Jordan Davis, DL
10:30 a.m.: Tennessee — Josh Heupel; Velus Jones Jr., WR; Alontae Taylor, DB
1:30 p.m.: Kentucky — Mark Stoops; Darian Kinnard, OT; Josh Paschal, DE
2:55 p.m.: Ole Miss — Lane Kiffin; Matt Corral, QB; Jaylon Jones, DB
Wednesday, July 21
9:05 a.m.: Alabama — Nick Saban; Phidarian Mathis, DL; John Metchie III, WR
10:30 a.m.: Vanderbilt — Clark Lea; Bradley Ashmore, OL; Daevion Davis, DL
1:30 p.m.: Mississippi State — Mike Leach; Aaron Brule, LB; Austin Williams, WR
2:55 p.m.: Texas A&M — Jimbo Fisher; Kenyon Green, OL; DeMarvin Leal, DL
Thursday, July 22
9:05 a.m.: Missouri — Eliah Drinkwitz; Akial Byers, DL; Case Cook, OL
10:30 a.m.: Arkansas — Sam Pittman; Myron Cunningham, OL; Grant Morgan, LB
Noon: Auburn — Bryan Harsin; Bo Nix, QB; Owen Pappoe, LB