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HOOVER, AL (WSFA) -
It's the official start
of college football!
The SEC Media Days event
is being held in Hoover and ESPN senior producer coordinator Mike Moore is on
Moore's job is
straightforward; make sure things go well with the ESPN broadcasts, broadcasting
live for the first time since SEC Media Days started more than 20 years ago.
Moore says the decision
to do so was a no brainer.
"You have the power
of the SEC and the fact the conference has been so dominant over the last 7
years with so many championships, specifically Alabama," Moore said.
There was a time when
the network only had one camera for the event. That was back in 2009. Moore
felt at the time that had to change.
"I went back and
told them 'guys, we gotta do more. We're missing it. There's too much energy
here not to capture it," Moore said.
And so today the big
ESPN bus is at the Winfrey Hotel along with more than 60 personnel from the
changes the day Alabama gets here," said Moore.
Day one of the SEC Media
Days at the hotel. The real craziness Moore says starts when the rowdy fans
arrive on Wednesday, a good warm up to start another season of college