Update (2 p.m. CT):
The phrase "slim to none" is sure to be making the rounds of college football this week after Auburn coach Gus Malzahn used it to discuss the likelihood of satellite camps creating a problem in recruiting for SEC schools.
Talking about the presence of new Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh at a camp in Prattville, Ala., earlier this year, Malzahn said he throughout the issue was blown out of proportion.
"I think that whole thing got blown out of proportion, to be honest with you," he said. "The chances of a team up north coming into our state and getting a player us or Alabama wants is slim to none."
That wasn't the only thinly-veiled shot Malzahn took during his time at the podium, either. Discussing his defense, he noted how it, like other teams, needed to prepare for fast-tempo offenses because the concept of a hurry-up-no-huddle is no longer a novel one.
"You look now at pace," he said. "Just about everybody in our league has some type of tempo, even the teams that used to gripe about it are actually doing it now. So it's something that you have to get used to."
Fellow SEC coaches like Alabama's Nick Saban and Arkansas' Bret Bielema took issue with the offense on numerous occasions. Saban at times employed a no-huddle offense last season with quarterback Blake Sims under center.
Update (12:15 CT):
A certain level of insanity can be expected at a media event that is one part news and two parts three-ring circus. It should come as no surprise, therefore, that one of the first meaty news items to come out of the 2015 edition of SEC Media Days was a note about new SEC commish Greg Sankey's Twitter handle.
What once was @gscantweet is now @GregSankey, and by his own county he's the first SEC commissioner with an active Twitter profile.
As Sankey said on more than five occasions, by my count, the times they are a' changin'.
It wasn't just social media on the docket, though, as Sankey discussed his platform -- "Scholars, champions, leaders" -- and a heavy dose of conduct and compliance. He announced there will be working groups that focus on compliance, ensuring that the conference will "never return a championship, never pull down a championship banner, never vacate any wins and never have a team banned from postseason competition due to academic infractions."
With no sign of a wink or a nod, as one individual on Twitter suggested, Sankey stressed that the focus in the SEC would be on scholars first and champions second.
Stay tuned for more updates from Gus Malzahn and Auburn players Kris Frost, Jonathan Jones and Jeremy Johnson, who will be entering the room any moment. As always, stay updated on Twitter @wareagleextra.
The unofficial kickoff to SEC football has finally arrived. SEC Media Days begins with the SEC Commissioner scheduled to speak.
Auburn is first up, followed by Florida and Vanderbilt today.
Alabama takes its turn on Wednesday, while Georgia takes part on Thursday.
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