REPORT: SEC Football Media Days Could Go Virtual

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SEC media days might have to be done virtually during the coronavirus pandemic.

Several conferences have already made the decision to go virtual during the crisis for media days, and the SEC could be next. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

According to Andy Staples during a talk with Paul Finebaum, it’s not likely SEC media days will happen as scheduled, and will most likely go virtual.

Get used to it, folks. Get used to it. This is going to most likely be the outcome for every FBS conference in America.

With the coronavirus pandemic, people aren’t exactly eager to jump on a plane and fly all over the place. It’s just not worth the risk for media days.


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Things that can be done virtually should be done virtually. There’s no point in pushing the limits right now.

We can have a different conversation for having the actual games, but this is an easy decision to make for media days. It’s just reporters asking questions. While it might not be convenient, it can be done virtually.


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Before it’s all said and done, I expect this to be the decision made from all conferences. It’s just the smart thing to do.