2013 Sun Belt Conference Media Day Today

July 15, 2013 · By · Filed Under Football, News, Sun Belt Conference 

The new primary logo for the Sun Belt Conference beginning on July 1, 2013.

Sun Belt Conference Media Day will be held today in New Orleans. ESPN3 and the SBC has partnered together for the second consecutive year to bring the SBC Media Day live to viewers.

Media Day will begin at 1pm CST and will include interviews from all eight conference coaches and an interview with SBC Commissioner Karl Benson. Also, there will be interviews with four future SBC head coaches that are expected to enter the conference on July 1, 2014. Paul Petrino of Idaho, Doug Martin of New Mexico State, Jeff Monken of Georgia Southern and Scott Satterfield of Appalachian State will be representing the future SBC members.

Cole Wright will serve as the host for the event and Sun Belt Network football commentator Cole Cubelic will be the shows analyst.

Four teams have left the conference this season while two new schools have joined the conference. This season will see South Alabama, Arkansas State, Georgia State, Troy, UL-Monroe, UL-Lafayette, Texas State and Western Kentucky competing in the new Sun Belt.

The interview schedule is as follows:

  • 1:00pm – SBC Commissioner Karl Benson
  • 1:10pm – ULL Head Coach Mark Hudspeth
  • 1:20pm – South Alabama head coach Joey Jones
  • 1:28pm – Western Kentucky head coach Bobby Petrino
  • 1:38pm – Idaho head coach Paul Petrino
  • 1:45pm – New Mexico State head coach Doug Martin
  • 1:52pm – Georgia State head coach Trent Miles
  • 2:00pm – ULL head coach Todd Berry
  • 2:10pm – Arkansas State head coach Bryan Harsin
  • 2:20pm – Troy Head Coach Larry Blakeney
  • 2:30pm – Texas State head coach Dennis Franchione
  • 2:40pm – Georgia Southern head coach Jeff Monken
  • 2:47pm – Appalachian State head coach Scott Satterfield

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