Full schedule of 2024 SEC Media Days appearances

Find out when your team will take the stage at 2024 SEC Media Days.

Auburn Head Coach Hugh Freeze speaks at the 2023 SEC Football Kickoff Media Days at the Nashville
Auburn Head Coach Hugh Freeze speaks at the 2023 SEC Football Kickoff Media Days at the Nashville / Denny Simmons / The Tennessean / USA
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Find out when your team will take the stage at 2024 SEC Media Days

The Southeastern Conference is going to look a little different this year with the addition of two teams and a scheduling shakeup from the past years. As the conference welcomes the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners to the best conference in the league, SEC Media Days will be held at the Omni Hotel in Dallas, Texas, from July 15-18, for the first time. It is the fourth different location in as many years for SEC Media Days, which have utilized Nasvhille, Atlanta, and Birmingham as host cities the past three years.

While the conference has not announced in which order the teams will appear, they have been given a designated day. In the list below, teams are listed alphabetically and not by order of appearance. A more detailed schedule, including television information and player representatives, will be released this summer in early July.

Monday, July 15

LSU – Brian Kelly

Ole Miss – Lane Kiffin

South Carolina – Shane Beamer

Vanderbilt – Clark Lea

Tuesday, July 16

Georgia – Kirby Smart

Missouri – Eli Drinkwitz

Oklahoma - Brent Venables

Tennessee – Josh Heupel

Wednesday, July 17

Alabama – Kalen DeBoer 

Florida – Billy Napier

Mississippi State – Jeff Lebby

Texas – Steve Sarkisian

Thursday, July 18

Arkansas – Sam Pittman

Auburn – Hugh Freeze

Kentucky – Mark Stoops

Texas A&M – Mike Elko

Several head coaches will be making their first appearance as a representative of their new program, including Alabama's Kalen DeBoer, Mississippi State's Jeff Lebby, and Texas A&M's Mike Elko. It will be the first round of SEC Media Days in 16 years without Nick Saban at the helm of Alabama's program.

Check back to Fly War Eagle for SEC Media Days updates, including player representative announcements later this summer.