2013 college football conference media days calendar, from the Sun Belt to the SEC

Kelly Lambert

July is college football media day month across the country.

Football media days get started this month -- we're just a week away from the first -- which makes the season seem just a little bit closer. The Sun Belt gets it all started, followed soon after by the SEC. Most importantly, we will soon hear Steve Spurrier talk about stuff, which is an annual highlight of these things.

A full list of conference media days can be found below. With all the realignment that's gone on, let's just hope everybody finds their way to the correct places.

Conference Media Day Date(s) Location
Sun Belt July 15 New Orleans
SEC July 16-18 Hoover, Ala.
ACC July 21-22 Greensboro, N.C.
Big 12 July 22-23 Dallas
MWC July 22-23 Las Vegas
MAC July 23 Detroit
C-USA July 23-24 Dallas
Big Ten July 24-25 Chicago
Pac-12 July 26 Los Angeles
AAC July 29-30 Newport, R.I.

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