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The 2020 SEC Media Days Schedule is Here

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SEC Media Days is returning to the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta this summer. Big-time personalities will make the 2020 edition of SEC Media Days one we will not soon forget.

The unofficial start to college football season in the south, Mark Stoops’ talking season will kickoff Tuesday. The most-experienced coach speaking that day, the biggest personality Stoops will have to compete with is Lane Kiffin. The event reaches a crescendo the following day. “Alabama Day” might no longer belong to the Tide once Sam Pittman and Mike Leach step up to the podium.

Monday July 13

  • Florida — Dan Mullen
  • LSU — Ed Orgeron
  • Missouri — Eli Drinkwitz

Tuesday July 14

  • Georgia — Kirby Smart
  • Kentucky — Mark Stoops
  • Ole Miss — Lane Kiffin
  • Vanderbilt — Derek Mason

Wednesday July 15

  • Alabama — Nick Saban
  • Arkansas — Sam Pittman
  • Mississippi State — Mike Leach
  • Tennessee — Jeremy Pruitt

Thursday July 16

  • Auburn — Guz Malzahn
  • South Carolina — Will Muschamp
  • Texas A&M — Jimbo Fisher

The KSR football army will have all hands on deck in the ATL to gear up the BBN for what could be an historic 2020 Kentucky football season.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

1 Comment for The 2020 SEC Media Days Schedule is Here



  1. Cole28
    4:34 pm February 20, 2020 Permalink

    Do you really not pronounce the “h” in historic, Nick? If you get sick, do you attend “an hospital”? Do you live in “an habitat”? Do you have “an habit” of using archaic grammar, or was this just “an happenstance” occurrence? Sorry to be “an hassle”, just giving you “an hard” time.