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Arkansas brings a rejuvenated spirit, and new coach, to SEC Media Days.
The Volunteers and new Head Coach Butch Jones take their turn at SEC Media Days
After a rough 2012, the Auburn Tigers look to rebound in 2013. It all starts here at the SEC Media Days.
“The number one thing that our players have to do for us to be successful this year is get our edge back. That is the mental and physical toughness, the blue-collar, hard-nosed, hit-you-in-the-mouth Auburn football that’s made Auburn great,” Malzahn commented.
“This whole past week has been a little frustrating, but I’m continuing to grow and continuing to learn each day,” Manziel said.
It’s the portion of Media Days that needs more cowbell! Mississippi State takes the stand.
The Bulldogs finished the 2012 season with an 8-5 record, 4-4 in conference play and are set up in a position to be able to continue to compete in the SEC West.
Led by a new head coach, and a new level of excitement, the Kentucky Wildcats take their turn at SEC Media Days.
The award is given out annually to the top quarterback in the nation.
Coordinator of Officials Steve Shaw breaks down the new rules in the SEC for 2013, including the new targeting rule.
Stoops, who has never been a head coach before, takes over a Kentucky team with 14 returning starters – seven on offense and seven on defense.
Johnny Football and the Texas A&M Aggies kick off Day 2 of the 2013 SEC Media Days.
“We’re going to try our best to see if we can make it happen this year. It won’t be easy, of course. We may fall flat on our face, but that’s what we’re going to try to do — try to win the conference.”
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“In this league to have an experienced quarterback is invaluable. I expect from Bo to cut down on his turnovers,” Freeze said of Wallace. “He kind of plays the game a little bit too free for me at times with the football.
Hugh Freeze arrives at his second SEC Media Days much less under the radar than the year before.
“James had more injuries than I think any I’ve ever had combined,” Head Coach Gary Pinkel said. “What he went through, he missed three starts, and he didn’t finish three other games. He pretty much played about half the season.”