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2015 SEC Media Days Starts Monday

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This week is known as the unofficial start of college football right here with the start of SEC Media Days at the Hyatt Regency Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Alabama, as all 14 schools collide to meet with the media to talk about the upcoming season.

All 14 institutions will have their head coaches and three players answering questions about what fans can expect for this season. On Monday, the new commissioner of the Southeastern Conference will open the weekly media days where the buildup for the upcoming season should go.

The new commissioner Greg Sankey will open this year’s media days at 11:30 CST Monday followed by Auburn, Florida and Vanderbilt taking the podium.

Tuesday, Steve Shaw, SEC Coordinator of Football Officials, will open the second day of teams talking to the media. He will be followed by South Carolina, Texas A&M, Mississippi State and Tennessee.

Wednesday, Alabama, Kentucky, Missouri and Arkansas will be the four teams to answer questions from national media.

Ole Miss will join LSU and Georgia to round out the week on Thursday. The three Ole Miss players joining coach Hugh Freeze wil be be Evan Engram, Mike Hilton and C.J. Johnson.

Adam Brown is the sports editor for HottyToddy.com. He can be reached at adam.brown@hottytoddy.com.

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