ATLANTA — Day One of the SEC Media Days at the College Football Hall of Fame on Monday featured some eyebrow-raising statements that are sure to make waves.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey kicked things off with a 40-minute presentation representing the state of the league and some changes fans should look for this season.
Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher was the first coach to speak and he didn’t waste time making his presence — or confidence — known.
Georgia football won the SEC Championship Game last season, but the Bulldogs still aren’t getting talked about like perennial powerhouse Alabama.
DawgNation football beat writers Mike Griffith and Chip Towers did a wrap-up highlighting the Day One activities.
Most knew LSU coach Ed Orgeron would have some things to say about the Tigers matchup with Georgia this season, but few could have predicted that Kentucky football would bring some swagger to Atlanta.
Here’s the wrap from Monday, with a look ahead to what Bulldogs fans can expect from Kirby Smart on Tuesday: