GC Questions SEC East

HOOVER, Ala.- Day one of SEC media days is upon us with plenty of storylines for every team. Here’s three from each SEC East team that will take to the podium at the Wynfrey Hotel over the next three days:


-How James Franklin plans on dealing with his first major distraction?

-How does Franklin plan to improve Vanderbilt’s ceiling and break into the top three of the SEC East?

-How close does Franklin feel he is to breaking into that top three?


-We’ve seen the recruiting success early, how does Stoops plan on locking these guys in and cruising into signing day which is a long way away?

-Do you talk at all to Calipari about the pressure of Big Blue Nation?

-How do you plan on placating the fans if this team starts losing big in year one?


-The two headed monster of Gurley and Marshall and how important the run game is to Georgia’s success?

-Worries about the interior of your defense and losing so many key contributors?

-Aaron Murray and his growth from year one to year four?

South Carolina

-What’s it like as a defensive end to be the most popular player in the nation?

-Where will the explosive plays come from other than Bruce Ellington, now that Ace Sanders is gone?

-How does having an experienced backup make you better and hungrier as a Quarterback?


-If Missouri has another bad year, how hot do you feel the coaching seat is?

-How different is it going into year two in the SEC than year one?

-Pressure on James Franklin and if he feels like he has to do it all?


-What’s your biggest challenge of building Tennessee back into the Tennessee of old?

-What’s it like not being the only big dog in in the state?

-When you go into player’s homes as a head coach, what are you selling about Tennessee?

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Richard Johnson
Richard lives in Gainesville and prides himself in being a bonafide lifelong Alachua County Resident. He attends the University of Florida and is in his third year studying Telecommunications. He isn’t sure how he started loving football being the son of two immigrants that don’t care about the sport, but he has developed a borderline unhealthy obsession with it. In his free time, Richard watches other sports and is an avid fan of the Los Angeles Lakers and Tampa Bay Rays. He doesn’t like chocolate, knows Moe’s is better than Chipotle and drinks way too many Arnold Palmers. He also took up golf in the summer of 2012. That pursuit isn’t going well. You can listen to him talk about sports during the Cheapseats radio show on ESPN 850-WRUF or online at WRUF.com. Follow him on Twitter at @RagjUF.