SEC Media Days 2024 head coach schedule released: When will Steve Sarkisian be appearing?

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On Feb. 29, the initial SEC Media Days schedule, including Texas football and the Oklahoma Sooners, was released. Texas and Oklahoma joining the SEC brings the conference up to 16 member schools.

The first SEC Media Days with 16 member schools will occur at the Omni Hotel in the heart of Dallas, TX, from July 15 to 18. The location of SEC Media Days moved to Dallas for the first time ever this year. It was held in Nashville, TN, for the first time in 2023 and has been previously held in Atlanta, GA, and Birmingham, AL.

Texas football head coach Steve Sarkisian scheduled to appear at 2024 SEC Media Days on July 17

Regarding the Longhorns portion of the event at SEC Media Days, head coach Steve Sarkisian is specifically scheduled to appear on July 17. Texas's appearance will be on the third of four days in Dallas at SEC Media Days.

The other new addition to the SEC, Oklahoma and head coach Brent Venables, will appear at media days the day before Texas on July 16.

Here is the full schedule for when coaches are speaking at 2024 SEC Media Days in Dallas this summer.

SEC Media Days 2024 complete schedule

Day 1: Monday, July 15

LSU head coach Brian Kelly

Ole Miss head coach Lane Kiffin

South Carolina head coach Shane Beamer

Vanderbilt head coach Clark Lea

Day 2: Tuesday, July 16

Georgia head coach Kirby Smart

Mizzou head coach Eliah Drinkwitz

Oklahoma head coach Brent Venables

Tennessee head coach Josh Heupel

Day 3: Wednesday, July 17

Alabama head coach Kalen DeBoer

Florida head coach Billy Napier

Mississippi State head coach Jeff Lebby

Texas head coach Steve Sarkisian

Day 4: Thursday, July 18

Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman

Auburn head coach Hugh Freeze

Kentucky head coach Mark Stoops

Texas A&M head coach Mike Elko

Sarkisian, Texas have high expectations in the SEC in 2024

Sarkisian is leading the Longhorns into the SEC on a high mark after his squad won the Big 12 Championship and made the College Football Playoff in 2023.

With most starters returning on both sides of the ball from last year's squad, Texas is expected to contend nationally for a spot in the 12-team Playoff and for an SEC title in their first year in the conference. Sarkisian gets four returning starters along the offensive line in 2024, and rising redshirt junior quarterback Quinn Ewers.

Texas also had one of the most talented portal classes during the winter transfer window in the SEC. Sarkisian and the Longhorns have replenished the roster at multiple position groups and have a young and talented two-deep ready to challenge the top teams in the SEC this upcoming season.

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