SEC Media Days will provide plenty of football story lines

HOOVER, Ala. — For the next three days, the Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover will host coaches with a combined five national titles, executives who negotiated billion-dollar television deals, a sea of No. 15 Florida jerseys and houndstooth hats, hundreds of Twitter accounts, at least nine All-American candidates and a coach who recently signed a player who was convicted in juvenile court six years ago for assisting in a rape.
Should be an interesting week.
The Southeastern Conference Media Days serve as a healthy reminder of the fast-approaching football season. But you can’t digitally record this event like a Saturday game, so the Sentinel will provide live coverage to enjoy all week.