SEC Football Media Days 2015: Dates, Schedule, TV Info and More

Scott Polacek@@ScottPolacekFeatured ColumnistMarch 3, 2015

Alabama head coach Nick Saban speaks to the media during a press conference at the Marriott downtown convention center in New Orleans, Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014. Alabama is slated to square off against Ohio State in the Sugar Bowl on New Year's Day. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)
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The SEC has not won a national title in college football since 2012, and the SEC West took a beating in last year’s bowl lineup. Its quest back to the top begins July 13-16 at Kickoff '15 media days.  

SECSports.com broke the news: “The Southeastern Conference announced today Kickoff '15, its annual football media days, will be held July 13-16, remaining at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham - Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala. The event will continue to be four days in 2015.”

This will be the first year that ESPN brings the still relatively new SEC Network to the event, and live coverage will be available all four days.

Here is a look at the schedule, marking which coaches will appear on which days:

SEC Media Days Coaching Appearance Schedule
July 13SEC Commissioner
July 13Gus MalzahnAuburn
July 13Jim McElwainFlorida
July 13Derek MasonVanderbilt
July 14SEC Coordinator of Football Officials Steve Shaw
July 14Steve SpurrierSouth Carolina
July 14Kevin SumlinTexas A&M
July 14Dan MullenMississippi State
July 14Butch JonesTennessee
July 15Nick SabanAlabama
July 15Mark StoopsKentucky
July 15Bret BielemaArkansas
July 15Gary PinkelMissouri
July 16Les MilesLSU
July 16Mark RichtGeorgia
July 16Hugh FreezeOle Miss

Incredibly, the SEC media days drew more than 1,200 attendees the last two seasons, which is a testament to the passion that drives the league’s fanbases all year. Whether it is a brisk autumn evening in Death Valley at LSU or a balmy summer afternoon in the Wynfrey Hotel, SEC football is sure to make waves.

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