SEC Media Days 2019: TV schedules, location, team dates and players attending

first_imgEverything you need to know for SEC Media Days 2019:MORE: Major storylines for every Power 5 media daysLocation for SEC Media Days 2019SEC Media Days will return to the Hyatt Regency Birmingham-Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala., in 2019 after foraying into the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta last year — the first time since 1985 it wasn’t held around the Birmingham, Ala., area (with the Wynfrey Hotel hosting it since 2001). That said, commissioner Greg Sankey has said he is open for the event to change locations every year, including Nashville, Tenn., and Dallas.SEC Media Days 2019 TV scheduleSEC Media Days will be televised on ESPN and the SEC Network, starting each day’s coverage with “SEC Now.” The show will broadcast live from Birmingham featuring hosts Peter Burns and Dari Nowkhah, with coaches from all 14 SEC teams scheduled to join the set following their podium trips. The Southeastern Conference helps kick off the unofficial start of the college football season next week with its annual media days.This year, the questions are sure to center around Alabama after its loss to Clemson in the College Football Playoff championship to Clemson. Other topics that will likely dominate headlines include whether Georgia can finally clear the hurdle under coach Kirby Smart, Year 2 of the Dan Mullen and Jimbo Fisher eras at Florida and Texas A&M, respectively, and whether this is the year for LSU to truly challenge in the west. DateTime (ET)ProgrammingJuly 15NoonSEC Now…5:30 p.m.The Paul Finebaum Show…7 p.m.Homecoming with Titus O’NeilJuly 169:30 a.m.SEC Now…4:30 p.m.The Paul Finebaum ShowJuly 1710 a.m.SEC Now…4:30 p.m.The Paul Finebaum ShowJuly 1810 a.m.SEC Now…3 p.m.The Paul Finebaum ShowFull SEC Media Days schedule, speaking times(all times Eastern)Monday, July 15Barry Odom, Missouri (1:05 p.m. -1:35 p.m.)Dan Mullen, Florida (3:30 p.m.-4 p.m.)Ed Orgeron, LSU (4:55 p.m.-5:25 p.m.)Tuesday, July 16Kirby Smart, Georgia (10 a.m.-10:30 a.m.)Matt Luke, Ole Miss (11:20 a.m.-11:50 a.m.)Jeremy Pruitt, Tennessee (2:30 p.m.-3 p.m.)Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M (4 p.m.-4:30 p.m.)Wednesday, July 16Nick Saban, Alabama (10 a.m.-10:30 a.m.)Chad Morris, Arkansas (11:20 a.m.-11:50 a.m.)Joe Moorhead, Mississippi State (2:30 p.m.-3 p.m.)Will Muschamp, South Carolina (4 p.m.-4:30 p.m.)Thursday, July 17Derek Mason, Vanderbilt (10 a.m.-10:30 a.m.)Mark Stoops, Kentucky (11:20 a.m.-11:50 a.m.)Gus Malzahn, Auburn (12:45 p.m.-1:15 p.m.)MORE: Ranking SEC coaches for 2019SEC West players attending SEC Media Days 2019AlabamaJerry Jeudy, WRDylan Moses, LBTua Tagovailoa, QBArkansasMcTelvin Agim, DLDe’Jon Harris, LBDevwah Whaley, RBAuburnDerrick Brown, DTMarlon Davidson, DEPrince Tega Wanogho, OLLSUJoe Burrow, QBGrant Delpit, DBLloyd Cushenberry, CMississippi StateFarrod Green, TEErroll Thompson, LBDarryl Williams, COle MissMatt Corral, QBMoMo Sanogo, LBAlex Givens, OLTexas A&MKellen Mond, QBJustin Madubuike, DLBraden Mann, PMORE: 2019 SEC early conference primerSEC East players attending SEC Media Days 2019FloridaFeleipe Franks, QBLamical Perine, RBJabari Zuniga, DLGeorgiaJake Fromm, QBJ.R. Reed, DBAndrew Thomas, OLKentuckyLynn Bowden Jr., ATHKash Daniel, LBLogan Stenberg, OLMissouriKelly Bryant, QBCale Garrett, LBDeMarkus Acy, CBSouth CarolinaJake Bentley, QBT.J. Brunson, LBBryan Edwards, WRTennesseeDaniel Bituli, LBJarrett Guarantano, QBDarrell Taylor, LBVanderbiltKalija Lipscomb, WRJared Pinkney, TEKe’Shawn Vaughn, RBlast_img

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