HOOVER, Ala. — The LSU football team will take the podium at 2017 SEC Media Days on Monday afternoon, with Ed Orgeron leading the charge for the Tigers for the first time.
LSU running back Derrius Guice, the SEC’s leading returning rusher, headlines the trio of LSU stars attending the event. Also attending will be senior wide receiver D.J. Chark and senior defensive end Christian LaCouture. Chark is the Tigers’ leading returning wideout from 2016. LaCouture missed 2016 with a knee injury, but will return in 2017 wearing the Tigers’ famed No. 18 jersey.
Here’s all the information you need to know to follow along with the LSU football team at SEC Media Days.
LSU football at the SEC Media Days event info:
What: LSU football coach Ed Orgeron and three members of his team will speak in front of more than 100 media members at the SEC’s annual preseason media function.
Where: The Wynfrey Hotel in Hoover, Ala.
When: Monday, July 10, from 11:30-5:30 CT. LSU is scheduled to speak in the late session, beginning at approximately 2:30.
Who: HC Ed Orgeron, WR D.J. Chark, RB Derrius Guice, DT Christian LaCouture
What TV channel can I watch LSU football at the SEC Media Days on?
The entire week of SEC Media Days will be broadcast nationally on the SEC Network. Check your local listings for the channel’s availability and network number in your area.
Can I stream LSU football at the SEC Media Days online?
Yes. The event will be available for streaming online through WatchESPN. Mobile users can find the event on their wireless-enabled devices by downloading the Watch ESPN app.
How can I follow along with LSU football at the SEC Media Days?
Stay posted to SECCountry.com/LSU all day for live updates from Hoover. You also can follow LSU beat writers Alex Hickey and Nick Suss on Twitter for up-to-the-minute updates from the Wynfrey Hotel. For updates from the official LSU football twitter account, follow @LSUfootball.
Who else will be participating on Monday?
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey will open the event with a statement. Arkansas will follow with interviews with coach Bret Bielema, quarterback Austin Allen, offensive lineman Frank Ragnow and defensive back Kevin Richardson II.
Along with LSU, Tennessee will take on the late session, helmed by coach Butch Jones, defensive back Emmanuel Moseley, offensive lineman Jashon Robertson and defensive lineman Kendal Vickers.