SEC Media Days officially begin Wednesday morning in Hoover, Alabama. For those eagerly awaiting their college football fix, the conference provides a live stream of the proceedings. Florida, Arkansas, South Carolina, and Mississippi State will be the focus of the first day.
Coverage begins at 1:00 p.m. ET, as newly indoctrinated Florida head coach Will Muschamp takes the stage to field an expected onslaught of questions and concerns regarding the state of his program. Gator defensive end William Green (1:10 p.m.), wide receiver Deonte Thompson (1:30 p.m.), and quarterback John Brantley (3:30 p.m.) are also scheduled to take their turn at the podium.
University of Arkansas head coach Bobby Petrino will then meet the media at 2:30 p.m. ET. He will be proceeded by Razorback wide receiver Jarius Wright (1:20 p.m.), running back Knile Davis (2:10 p.m.), and defensive end Tenarius Wright (2:20 p.m.).
At 3:00 p.m. ET the universities receive a break, and SEC Commissioner Mike Slive takes center stage. The 70-year old will discuss the status of the conference, expectations for the oncoming season, and conference plans beyond 2012.
Mississippi State head coach Dan Mullen picks the college action back up at 3:20 p.m. ET. He will be followed by Bulldog quarterback Chris Relf (4:00 p.m.), running back Vick Ballard (4:20 p.m.), and defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (5:50 p.m.).
Lastly, South Carolina head coach Steve Spurrier faces the media at 4:50 p.m. ET. Gamecocks wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (4:30 p.m.), defensive tackle Travian Robertson (4:40 pm), and running back Marcus Lattimore (5:40 pm) will conclude Wednesday's interviews.