Welcome to Raycom News Network's live blog from SEC Media Days in Hoover, AL.
In 2013, nine teams brought a quarterback to SEC Media Days. This year only five are scheduled to do so. Only one of those players – Ole Miss’ Bo Wallace – was a full-time starter in 2013.
LSU will play Louisiana -Monroe on ESPNU in week three of the season.
The network announced kickoff times and television network
designations for the first three weeks season, for all SEC contests previously
The Tigers will also play Sam Houston State on Sept. 6th on one of ESPN's networks. Kickoff from Tiger Stadium is set for 6:30 p.m.
South Dakota State at Missouri, 3:30pm ET on ESPNU
Clemson at Georgia, 5:30pm ET on ESPN
Idaho at Florida, 7pm ET on ESPNU
UAB at Mississippi State, 2pm ET on FSN
Ohio at Kentucky, 3:30pm ET on ESPNU
Ole Miss at Vanderbilt, 4:30pm ET on ESPN
San Jose State at Auburn, 7pm ET on ESPN2 or ESPNU
East Carolina at South Carolina, 7pm ET on ESPN2 or ESPNU
Massachusetts at Vanderbilt, noon ET on FSN
Southern Mississippi at Alabama, 6pm ET on ESPN2
Louisiana-Monroe at LSU, 7pm ET on ESPNU
Rice at Texas A&M, 9pm ET on ESPN2
The SEC, in conjunction with ESPN, recently announced the
early season SEC Network schedule.
Thu, Aug. 28
Texas A&M at South Carolina
Temple at Vanderbilt
Sat, Aug. 30
Tennessee-Martin at Kentucky
Arkansas at Auburn
Southern Mississippi at Mississippi State
Sun, Aug. 31
Utah State at Tennessee
Sat, Sept. 6
Florida Atlantic at Alabama
Arkansas State at Tennessee
Eastern Michigan at Florida
Nicholls State at Arkansas
Sam Houston State at LSU
Lamar at Texas A&M
Sat, Sept. 13
UCF at Missouri
Louisiana-Lafayette at Ole Miss
Kentucky at Florida
Sat, Sept. 20
Troy at Georgia
With offenses becoming increasingly explosive, plugging the holes is more imperative than ever. It's no surprise Alabama and Florida top the list, but the rest of the rankings may surprise you.
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