Steve Spurrier's speaking time at SEC Media Days announced Tuesday

  • Posted: Tuesday, June 3, 2014 12:30 p.m., Updated: Tuesday, June 3, 2014 5:35 p.m.
South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier will entertain the masses on Day 2 of SEC Media Days week, according to the schedule that was released Tuesday. (AP Photo/File)

COLUMBIA - South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier will entertain the masses July 15 when he speaks before hundreds of media members in the second-floor ballroom of The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala.

The Head Ball Coach will be the first speaker to address the media on Day 2 of SEC Media Days. His quick quips and one-liners will surely help awaken his sleepy-eyed audience. Spurrier's appearance at SEC Media Days is always one of the event's signature moments, both for the coach's direct honesty and genuine hilarity.

The SEC announced its annual media days schedule Tuesday morning. Here is the full schedule of when the league's 14 coaches will speak.

MONDAY, JULY 14 (Auburn kicks things off)

Session I: 11 am - 2:30 pm

Commissioner Slive

Auburn - Gus Malzahn

Session II: 2:40 - 5:40 pm

Florida - Will Muschamp

Vanderbilt - Derek Mason

TUESDAY, JULY 15 (The HBC's day, everyone else out of the way)

Session I: 9 am - Noon

South Carolina - Steve Spurrier

Miss. State - Dan Mullen

Session II: 1 - 4 pm

Texas A&M - Kevin Sumlin

Tennessee - Butch Jones

WEDNESDAY, JULY 16 (With Les Miles and Bret Bielema in the afternoon, no shortage of interesting characters)

Session I: 9 am - Noon

Steve Shaw / Justin Connolly

Missouri - Gary Pinkel

Session II: 1 - 4 pm

LSU - Les Miles

Arkansas - Bret Bielema

THURSDAY, JULY 17 (Also known as the day Nick Saban and the Beatles come to Hoover)

Session I: 9 am - Noon

Georgia - Mark Richt

Ole Miss - Hugh Freeze

Session II: Noon - 3 pm

Alabama - Nick Saban

Kentucky - Mark Stoops

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