Pittman set to speak on final day at SEC Media Days

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Published: Wednesday, April 28, 2021
Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman blows a whistle, Saturday, April 17, 2021 during the second quarter of the Red-White spring football game at Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville. Check out nwaonline.com/210418Daily/ for the photo gallery.
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Arkansas head coach Sam Pittman blows a whistle, Saturday, April 17, 2021 during the second quarter of the Red-White spring football game at Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville. Check out nwaonline.com/210418Daily/ for the photo gallery.

Arkansas coach Sam Pittman is scheduled to speak on the final day of SEC Media Days in July, according to a release.

Along with first-year Auburn coach Bryan Harsin and Missouri’s Eli Drinkwitz, Pittman, entering his second season with the Razorbacks, is set to make the rounds in Hoover, Ala., on July 22.

The four-day event will be broadcast on SEC Network and ESPN. Full television information, a daily detailed schedule and attending athletes will be made known in early July.

Arkansas finished its 10-game SEC-only schedule at 3-7 last season with wins over Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Tennessee. The Razorbacks are scheduled to open the 2021 season on Sept. 4 against Rice.

Arkansas is scheduled to play six games in Fayetteville, highlighted by Texas on Sept. 11, Auburn on Oct. 16 and Missouri on Friday, Nov. 26.

Its road schedule includes trips to Georgia (Oct. 2), Ole Miss (Oct. 9), LSU (Nov. 13) and Alabama (Nov. 20). The Razorbacks are also scheduled to play Texas A&M in Arlington, Texas, and Arkansas-Pine Bluff in Little Rock.

SEC Media Days schedule

Monday, July 19

Dan Mullen, Florida

Ed Orgeron, LSU

Shane Beamer, South Carolina

Tuesday, July 20

Kirby Smart, Georgia

Mark Stoops, Kentucky

Lane Kiffin, Ole Miss

Josh Heupel, Tennessee

Wednesday, July 21

Nick Saban, Alabama

Mike Leach, Mississippi State

Jimbo Fisher, Texas A&M

Clark Lea, Vanderbilt

Thursday, July 22

Sam Pittman, Arkansas

Bryan Harsin, Auburn

Eli Drinkwitz, Missouri

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