Football season is almost here. But before teams take to the gridiron, first they'll approach the stage for annual media days.
The Southeastern Conference hosted its four-day media days from Monday, July 10 - Thursday, July 13.
Complete 2017 SEC Media Days schedule
The Southeastern Conference will host its four-day media days from July 10-13 in Hoover, Alabama at the Hyatt Regency Birmingham - Wynfrey Hotel. Groups of three or four of the conference's head coaches will answer questions per day, alongside student-athletes.
Below is the tentative schedule for the four-day event:
Monday, July 10
Arkansas | Coach Brett Bielema, Austin Allen (QB), Frank Ragnow (OL), Kevin Richardson II (DB)
LSU | Coach Ed Orgeron, DJ Clark (WR), Derrius Guice (RB), Christian LaCouture (DE)
Tennessee | Coach Butch Jones, Emmanuel Moseley (DB), Jason Robertson (OL), Kendal Vickers (DL)
Tuesday, July 11
Florida | Coach Jim McElwain, Duke Dawson (DB), Marcell Harris (DB), Martez Ivey (OL)
Georgia | Coach Kirby Smart, Nick Chubb (RB), Sony Michel (RB), Roquan Smith (LB)
Vanderbilt | Coach Derek Mason, Oren Burks (LB), Kyle Shurmur (QB), Ralph Webb (RB)
Mississippi State | Coach Dan Mullen, Donald Gray (WR), Dez Harris (LB), Martinas Rankin (OL)
Wednesday, July 12
Alabama | Coach Nick Saban, Bradley Bozeman (OL), Minkah Fitzpatrick (DB), Calvin Ridley (WR)
Kentucky | Coach Mark Stoops, Mike Edwards (S), Stephen Johnson (QB), Courtney Love (LB)
Missouri | Coach Barry Odom, Eric Beisel (LB), Drew Lock (QB), J'Mon Moore (WR)
Texas A&M | Coach Kevin Sumlin, Christian Kirk (WR), Koda Martin (OL), Armani Watts (DB)
Thursday, July 13
Auburn | Coach Gus Malzahn, Daniel Carlson (K), Tray Matthews (DB), Braden Smith (OL)
Ole Miss | Coach Hugh Freeze, Javon Patterson (OL), Shea Patterson (QB), Breeland Speaks (DT)
South Carolina | Coach Will Muschamp, Jake Bentley (QB), Hayden Hurst (TE), Deebo Samuel (WR)
All four live events can be watched on SEC Network or Watch ESPN. Monday's media day is slated to begin at 12:30 p.m. ET while the next three days start at 10 a.m. ET.
Alabama, the reigning national runner-up, won last year's conference title with a 54-16 victory over Florida in the 2016 SEC championship game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia. This upcoming season's conference championship game is scheduled for Dec. 2 at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.