The SEC Media Day schedule is all but set. Set in Hoover, Ala., once again, one of the highlights of the college football preseason has laid out their three-day set regarding which coaches will be interviewed when.
The Florida Gators and Ole Miss Rebels will be the first representatives of each division on Day 1, with Missouri and South Carolina next in line. The second day will belong to the list of new head coaches, with Arkansas, Auburn, Kentucky and Tennessee all breaking in new leaders. The highlight of the final day of action figures to be national champions Alabama, with Georgia, Vanderbilt and LSU providing steady support.
Tuesday, July 16
Florida: Will Muschamp will be first up for the Gators, who will look to improve upon a Sugar Bowl defeat and get back to the BCS for the second straight season.
Ole Miss: Hugh Freeze returned the Rebels to respectability in 2012. Can he take them another step forward?
Missouri: Gary Pinkel and the Tigers struggled in their first season. Pinkel probably isn't quite on the hot seat in 2013, but it's definitely starting to warm up if things don't turn around.
South Carolina: Steve Spurrier is coming off two straight great seasons with the Gamecocks, and will look to move toward national title contender status.
Wednesday, July 17
Arkansas: Bret Bielema will try and bring the power to a Razorback team that has preferred passing the football in recent years.
Auburn: Gus Malzahn aims to revive a Tigers offense that went into the pits last year.
Kentucky: Can Mark Stoops bring a defense that can hold down the rest of the conference?
Mississippi State: Dan Mullen just keeps on producing bowl games for the Bulldogs. Can he do it for the fourth year in a row?
Tennessee: Butch Jones will have his hands full trying to revive a Vols program that hasn't seen much success lately.
Texas A&M: Kevin Sumlin just have to be happy to have Johnny Football and a good shot to win many, many things in his second season in College Station.
Thursday, July 18
Alabama: Nick Saban has to be getting bored at this point, right?
Georgia: Mark Richt and the Bulldogs came so close to a BCS title berth last year. Can they keep things going?
LSU: Les Miles will say words and we will listen to them and be awed.
Vanderbilt: Who will James Franklin disparage now?