SEC Media Days 2021 Day 3 Live Stream: How To Watch Nick Saban, Alabama Online Free, TV, Time, Full Schedule



Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide will step onto the podium on Wednesday, July 21, day three of the SEC Media Days in Hoover. Saban – along with representatives from Vanderbilt, State of Mississippi and Texas A&M – will be broadcast live on fuboTV.

Saban made headlines on Tuesday when he revealed that quarterback Bryce Young was approaching $ 1 million in NIL transactions.

The Crimson Tide is one of four SEC teams set for the podium today.

Second-year coach Mike Leach will make his SEC Media Days debut for the Bulldogs after the event was canceled last year due to the pandemic.

Here’s what you need to know:

The schedule

Wednesday July 21

9:05 am: Alabama – Nick Saban; Phidarian Mathis, DL; John Metchie III, WR

10:30 am: Vanderbilt – Clark Lea; Bradley Ashmore, OL; Daevion Davis, DL

1:30 p.m .: State of Mississippi РMike Leach; Aaron Brul̩, LB; Austin Williams, WR

2:55 p.m .: Texas A&M – Jimbo Fisher; Kenyon Green, OL; DeMarvin Leal, DL

Thursday July 22

9:05 am: Missouri – Eliah Drinkwitz; Akial Byers, DL; Case Cook, OL

10:30 am: Arkansas – Sam Pittman; Myron Cunningham, OL; Grant Morgan, LB

Noon: Auburn – Bryan Harsin; Bo Nix, QB; Owen Pappoe, LB

Will it be broadcast live?

The SEC Media Days will be broadcast live on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial. The most basic package is the “fubo standard†package, which includes over 100 channels for $ 64.99 per month. Like all cord cutting alternatives, there are plenty of options out there, especially for sports.

What TV channel will it air on?

The SEC Media Days will be televised by the SEC network. The SEC network will offer 46 hours of original programming around the start of SEC 2021, the largest number in the network’s history.


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Mark Heim is a sports reporter for The Alabama Media Group. Follow him on twitter @Mark_Heim.


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