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2015 SEC Football Media Days Schedule Announced

Mark Richt
Richt will speak on July 16. (Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports)

The 2015 SEC Football Media Days Schedule has been announced. Media Days kicks off on Monday, July 13 at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham-The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Alabama.

UGA head football coach Mark Richt and a few players to be named will speak to the media on Thursday, July 16 beginning at 10am ET.

New SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey will open the event on Monday, July 13 with the state of the SEC address at 12:30pm ET.

The four-day event will have national television coverage via the SEC Network, ESPN, ESPNU and WatchESPN.

2015 SEC Football Media Days Schedule
*All times Eastern

Monday, July 13

12:30 p.m. – 3:20 p.m.
• Commissioner Greg Sankey
• Auburn (Coach Gus Malzahn/Student-Athletes)

3:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
• Florida (Coach Jim McElwain/Student-Athletes)
• Vanderbilt (Coach Derek Mason/Student-Athletes)

Tuesday, July 14

9:30 a.m. – 10 a.m.
• Steve Shaw, SEC Coordinator of Football Officials

10 a.m. – 1:20 p.m.
• South Carolina (Coach Steve Spurrier/Student-Athletes)
Texas A&M (Coach Kevin Sumlin/Student-Athletes)

2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
• Mississippi State (Coach Dan Mullen/Student-Athletes)
• Tennessee (Coach Butch Jones/Student-Athletes)

Wednesday, July 15

10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
• Alabama (Coach Nick Saban/Student-Athletes)
• Kentucky (Coach Mark Stoops/Student-Athletes)

2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
• Missouri (Coach Gary Pinkel/Student-Athletes)
• Arkansas (Coach Bret Bielema/Student-Athletes)

Thursday, July 16

10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
• Georgia (Coach Mark Richt/Student-Athletes)
• Ole Miss (Coach Hugh Freeze/Student-Athletes)
• LSU (Coach Les Miles/Student-Athletes)

Team-by-team Player Representatives

Alabama
Reggie Ragland, Sr., LB
Kenyan Drake, Sr., RB
Ryan Kelly, Sr., OL

Arkansas
Jonathan Williams, Sr., RB
Brandon Allen, Sr., QB
Keon Hatcher, Sr., WR

Auburn
Jeremy Johnson, Jr., QB
Jonathan Jones, Sr., DB
Kris Frost, Sr., LB

Florida
Jonathan Bullard, Sr., DE
Brandon Powell, So., WR
Vernon Hargreaves III, Jr., DB

Georgia
Malcolm Mitchell, Sr., WR
John Theus, Sr., OT
Jordan Jenkins, Sr., OLB

Kentucky
Melvin Lewis, Sr., NG
Jordan Swindle, Sr., OT
A.J. Stamps, Sr., S

LSU
Leonard Fournette, So., RB
Vadal Alexander, Sr., OT
Kendell Beckwith, Jr., LB

Ole Miss
Evan Engram, Jr., TE
Mike Hilton, Sr., DB
C.J. Johnson, Sr., LB

Mississippi State
Dak Prescott, Sr., QB
Taveze Calhoun, Sr., DB
Ryan Brown, Sr., DE

Missouri
Kenya Dennis, Sr., DB
Maty Mauk, Jr., QB
Evan Boehm, Sr., C

South Carolina
Elliott Fry, Jr., PK
Pharoh Cooper, Jr., WR
Skai Moore, Jr., LB

Tennessee
Joshua Dobbs, Jr., QB
Curt Maggitt, Sr., LB/DL
Cameron Sutton, Jr., DB

Texas A&M
Mike Matthews, Sr., C
Germain Ifedi, Jr., OT
Julien Obioha, Sr., DL

Vanderbilt
Ralph Webb, So., RB
Nigel Bowden, So., LB
Spencer Pulley, Sr., C

2015 SEC Football Media Days TV Schedule
*All times Eastern.

Monday, July 13
• 12:30pm to 5:30pm – SEC Network
• 2pm to 2:30pm – ESPN
• 3pm to 6pm – ESPNU

Tuesday, July 14
• 10am to 4pm – SEC Network
• 2pm to 2:30pm – ESPN
• 1pm to 4pm – ESPNU

Wednesday, July 15
• 10am to 1pm – SEC Network
• 2pm to 2:30pm – ESPN
• 1pm to 4pm – ESPNU

Thursday, July 16
• 10am to 1pm – SEC Network
• 2pm to 2:30pm – ESPN2
• 1pm to 4pm – ESPNU

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