SEC Media Days 2013, Day 1: Live-blogging Mike Slive, Will Muschamp, Steve Spurrier and more

Hoover, Ala. -- Thundering toward you like a thousand elephants is SEC Media Days, the year's first sign that college football is very near. SB Nation has a slew on the scene, with Spencer Hall, Brandon Larrabee, and Steven Godfrey sharing some Golden Flake fellowship with me.

Brandon, Steven, and I will be chattering in the widget directly below as SEC commissioner Mike Slive likely drops a news nugget or two and Florida, Missouri, Ole Miss, and South Carolina face the genteel music.

Here's our chatbox (and do visit with us in the comments), and below is the day's full schedule:

1:30 p.m. (all times ET): Commissioner Mike Slive

2-4:40 p.m.: Florida
Head coach Will Muschamp
QB Jeff Driskel
DL Dominique Easley
OL Jon Halapio

2-4:40 p.m.: Missouri
Head coach Gary Pinkel
QB James Franklin
WR L'Damian Washington
LB Andrew Wilson

4:50-7:20 p.m.: Ole Miss
Head coach Hugh Freeze
WR Donte Moncrief
LB Mike Marry
QB Bo Wallace

4:50-7:20 p.m.: South Carolina
Head coach Steve Spurrier
DE Jadeveon Clowney
WR/KR Bruce Ellington
QB Connor Shaw

More from SB Nation:

Loads of SEC Media Days coverage, live from Hoover

Projecting every 2013 college football conference race

Tons of top recruit interviews from SB Nation at The Opening

Bill Connelly’s Pac-12 team preview series is underway

National recruiting coverage

Today’s college football news headlines

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