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2019 SEC football media days: Schedule, speaking times, TV channels for Wednesday

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The 2019 SEC football media days continue Wednesday, July 17 in Birmingham, Alabama. Below, check out the whole schedule, speakers and TV channels information.

The event started Monday, July 15 and goes through Thursday, July 18. Last year, the media correctly predicted Alabama to face Georgia in the SEC Championship Game. The Crimson Tide ended up winning, 35-28. On Tuesday, Georgia coach Kirby Smart is one of the four coaches speaking at the main podium.

2019 SEC football media days: Schedule, speaking times

This will be updated for any new information.

All times are ET.

MONDAY AT SEC MEDIA DAYS: Everything Florida’s Dan Mullen said | LSU’s Ed Orgeron

Wednesday, July 17

Nick Saban, Alabama, 10 a.m.
Chad Morris, Arkansas, 11:20 a.m.
Joe Moorhead, Mississippi State, 2:30 p.m.
Will Muschamp, South Carolina, 4 p.m.

SOUND BITE: Here’s everything Nick Saban said at SEC Media Days 

Thursday, July 18

Derek Mason, Vanderbilt, 10 a.m.
Mark Stoops, Kentucky, 11:20 a.m.
Gus Malzahn, Auburn, 12:45 p.m.

WHAT THEY SAID TUESDAY: Georgia’s Kirby Smart | Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher

SEC football media days players

Here are all the players attending:

Alabama
Jerry Jeudy, WR, Jr.
Dylan Moses, LB, Jr.
Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Jr.

Arkansas
McTelvin Agim, DL, Sr.
De’Jon Harris, LB, Sr.
Devwah Whaley, RB, Sr.

Auburn
Derrick Brown, DT, Sr.
Marlon Davidson, DE, Sr.
Prince Tega Wanogho, OL, Sr.

Florida
Feleipe Franks, QB, Jr.
Lamical Perine, RB, Sr.
Jabari Zuniga, DL, Sr.

Georgia
Jake Fromm, QB, Jr.
J.R. Reed, DB, Sr.
Andrew Thomas, OL, Jr.

Kentucky
Lynn Bowden Jr., ATH, Jr.
Kash Daniel, LB, Sr.
Logan Stenberg, OL, Sr.

LSU
Joe Burrow, QB, Sr.
Grant Delpit, DB, Jr.
Lloyd Cushenberry, C, Jr.

Mississippi
Matt Corral, QB, Fr.
Alex Givens, OL, Sr.
MoMo Sanogo, LB, Jr.

Mississippi State
Farrod Green, TE, Sr.
Erroll Thompson, LB, Jr.
Darryl Williams, C, Sr.

Missouri
Kelly Bryant, QB, Sr.
Cale Garrett, LB, Sr.
DeMarkus Acy, CB, Sr.

South Carolina
Jake Bentley, QB, Sr.
T.J. Brunson, LB, Sr.
Bryan Edwards, WR, Sr.

Tennessee
Daniel Bituli, LB, Sr.
Jarrett Guarantano, QB, Jr.
Darrell Taylor, LB, Sr.

Texas A&M
Kellen Mond, QB, Jr.
Justin Madubuike, DL, Jr.
Braden Mann, P, Sr.

Vanderbilt
Kalija Lipscomb, WR, Sr.
Jared Pinkney, TE, Sr.
Ke’Shawn Vaughn, RB, Sr.

2019 SEC football media days: TV channels

Coverage will be provided by the SEC Network and ESPN. SEC Network will have coverage from Birmingham, Alabama, while ESPN’s College Football Live will show highlights and headlines from the press conferences.

All times ET.

Wednesday, July 17

  • 7 a.m. — SEC This Morning
  • 10 a.m. — SEC Now
  • 4:30 p.m. — The Paul Finebaum Show (radio only 3-4:30 p.m.)

Thursday, July 18

  • 7 a.m. — SEC This Morning
  • 10 a.m. — SEC Now
  • 3 p.m. — The Paul Finebaum Show

SEC Championship Game: History, winner

Alabama goes into the 2019 season as the defending SEC champion. The Crimson Tide rallied to beat Georgia, the 2017 champion, 35-28, in Atlanta.

Here’s the complete rundown of the SEC Championship Game, starting with the first game in 1992.

YearChampionScoreRunner upMVPLocation
2018Alabama35-28GeorgiaRB Josh Jacobs, AlabamaAtlanta, GA
2017Georgia28-7AuburnLB Roquan Smith, GeorgiaAtlanta, GA
2016Alabama54-16FloridaLB Reuben Foster, AlabamaAtlanta, GA
2015Alabama29-15FloridaRB Derrick Henry, AlabamaAtlanta, GA
2014Alabama42-13MissouriQB Blake Sims, AlabamaAtlanta, GA
2013Auburn59-42MissouriRB Tre Mason, AuburnAtlanta, GA
2012Alabama32-28GeorgiaRB Eddie Lacy, AlabamaAtlanta, GA
2011LSU42-10GeorgiaCB Tyrann Mathieu, LSUAtlanta, GA
2010Auburn56-17South CarolinaQB Cam Newton, AuburnAtlanta, GA
2009Alabama32-13FloridaQB Greg McElroy, AlabamaAtlanta, GA
2008Florida31-20AlabamaQB Tim Tebow, FloridaAtlanta, GA
2007LSU21-14TennesseeQB Ryan Perrilloux, LSUAtlanta, GA
2006Florida38-28ArkansasWR Percy Harvin, FloridaAtlanta, GA
2005Georgia34-14LSUQB D.J. Shockley, GeorgiaAtlanta, GA
2004Auburn38-28TennesseeQB Jason Campbell, AuburnAtlanta, GA
2003LSU34-13GeorgiaRB Justin Vincent, LSUAtlanta, GA
2002Georgia30-3ArkansasQB David Greene, GeorgiaAtlanta, GA
2001LSU31-20TennesseeQB Matt Mauck, LSUAtlanta, GA
2000Florida28-6AuburnQB Rex Grossman, FloridaAtlanta, GA
1999Alabama34-7FloridaWR Freddie Milons, AlabamaAtlanta, GA
1998Tennessee24-14Mississippi StateWR Peerless Price, TennesseeAtlanta, GA
1997Tennessee30-29AuburnQB Peyton Manning, TennesseeAtlanta, GA
1996Florida45-30AlabamaQB Danny Wuerffel, FloridaAtlanta, GA
1995Florida34-3ArkansasQB Danny Wuerffel, FloridaAtlanta, GA
1994Florida24-23AlabamaDT Ellis Johnson, FloridaAtlanta, GA
1993Florida28-13AlabamaQB Terry Dean, FloridaBirmingham, AL
1992Alabama28-21FloridaCB Antonio Langham, AlabamaBirmingham, AL



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