Football season, even in mid-June, isn't all that far away.
The unofficial annual kickoff to Southeastern Conference football in the fall, SEC Media Days, is back in 2015, and the league has released its schedule for all 14 programs.
Once again hosted at The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala., the 2015 SEC Media Days will last four days from July 13-16. The event will conclude with LSU as the final program to the main floor, wrapping up the proceedings on Thursday, July 16.
Student-athletes in attendance will be disclosed by each program the week prior.
Here's the full calendar for Media Days, as furnished by the SEC.
Monday, July 13
11:30 - 2:20: Commissioner Greg Sankey, Auburn
2:30 - 5:30: Florida, Vanderbilt
Tuesday, July 14
8:30 - 9: SEC Coordinator of Football Officials Steve Shaw
9 - 12:20: South Carolina, Texas A&M
1 - 4: Mississippi State, Tennessee
Wednesday, July 15
9 - 12: Alabama, Kentucky
1 - 4: Missouri, Arkansas
Thursday, July 16
9 - 1:30: Georgia, Ole Miss, LSU
LSU to cap off 2015 SEC Media Days
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