SEC Media Days 2011 Schedule: Florida, South Carolina Lead Off Three-Day Birmingham Blitz

The Southeastern Conference will informally kick off all 2011 college football-related rancor and panic with the arrival of SEC Media Days, to be held this Wednesday through Friday in Hoover, Alabama. Approximately 900 reporters, radio hosts, and bloggers will question coaches and players from all twelve SEC football programs, on the following rotating schedule: 

Wednesday, July 20: Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi State, South Carolina
Thursday, July 21: Auburn, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee
Friday, July 22: Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt

Notably absent from this year's proceedings will be Robbie Caldwell, the Vanderbilt interim skipper who captivated last year's jaded audience with tales of inseminating turkeys at his first job. James Franklin, having been on the job more than a few weeks, will likely have more in the way of actual football to discuss, but the absence of Caldwell's delirious comedy will be keenly felt. Still, stay tuned to this StoryStream for more Media Days antics, because you never know when Nick Saban will rare back and kill a man with his steely disapproving gaze on live air. 

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