Auburn and Arkansas take the stage on final day of SEC Media Days

HOOVER, Alabama (WAFB) – As the Big 12 hold an emergency meeting and Texas A&M talks about preventing Texas from joining the conference, the SEC Media Days have gone on for a year.

Two of those teams to close out the event were Auburn and Arkansas, one of which will face the LSU Tigers in their SEC home opener.

Bryan Harsin is the highly successful head coach of Boise State, who is looking to prove he can compete with the monstrous competition in the Southeastern Conference. Harsin is not a man at a loss for words. His opening statement in the Great Hall lasted over 16 minutes.

Auburn’s quarterback’s situation is interesting. LSU fans certainly weren’t happy when Bo Nix was named SEC Freshman of the Year in 2019 at the expense of Derek Stingley Jr. Then Nix’s sophomore year was often very difficult. Now former LSU quarterback TJ Finley has also been cast in the Auburn QB competition.

Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman has explained why he thinks he’s a Razorbacks.

It’s hard not to love him. He presents himself as a “salt of the earth” guy.

Pittman also spoke about the 2020 game against LSU, a game in which there was uncertainty just two days before it was played whether or not it actually took place.

The Razorbacks return nine starters on offense and 10 on defense for 2021.

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