SEC Media Days 2014 Schedule
SEC Media Days 2014 Schedule

SEC Media Days 2014 Schedule

MONDAY, July 14
Commissioner Mike Slive
Auburn – Gus Malzahn
Florida – Will Muschamp
Vanderbilt – Derek Mason

TUESDAY, July 15
Mississippi State – Dan Mullen
South Carolina – Steve Spurrier
Tennessee – Butch Jones
Texas A&M – Kevin Sumlin

Steve Shaw – SEC Coordinator of Football Officials / Justin Connolly – SEC Network
Arkansas – Bret Bielema
LSU – Les Miles
Missouri – Gary Pinkel

Alabama – Nick Saban
Georgia – Mark Richt
Kentucky – Mark Stoops
Ole Miss – Hugh Freeze


From the SEC OFFICE press release:
SEC Announces Dates and Schedule for 2014 SEC Football Media Days
SEC Media Days 2014 Event Will Expand to Four Days

The Southeastern Conference announced today its annual football media days will be held July 14-17, remaining at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham – Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala. The event will expand to four days in 2014, beginning Monday, July 14 and concluding Thursday, July 17.

ESPN will continue to have an expanded presence at the event, with the SEC Network officially launching in August. A more detailed daily schedule, rotational breakdown and student-athletes attending will be available later this summer. The listing of coaches below does not indicate the order of appearance each day.

Beginning with the 2014 event, institutional media guides will only be made available in electronic format, with the annual SEC publication available both via traditional and electronic means.

The previous three SEC Football Media Days all drew over 1,000 attendees, with an all-time high of 1,239 for the 2013 edition last summer.

2 thoughts on “SEC Media Days 2014 Schedule; Expands to four days”

  1. Saving the best for last again, it seems.

    SEC Media Days always looks like the Justice League or something; just seeing the annual photo with the likes of Spurrier, Richt, Muschamp, Miles, Saban, Mullen and Sumlin looks like some sort of time capsule from a superhero comic book.

    I wasn’t sure about the SEC Network part, either. I imagine it will all be on the network next season, but they still have to cover it on the national media, too. It’s an exciting time. Can’t wait.

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