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The 2012 college football seasons is still more than a month away, but the preseason hype in this part of the country begins with a bang Tuesday as the Southeastern Conference welcomes Missouri and Texas A&M to the league - now a 14-team conference - to open SEC Media Days in Hoover.
Missouri and Texas A&M join South Carolina and Vanderbilt on Tuesday's opening-day schedule, with each team represented by its head coach and three players. Running back Zac Stacy, a Bibb County High School product from Centreville, will be one of Vandy's three player representatives.
With the league's expansion to 14 teams, the SEC will squeeze six teams into an all-day-long series of sessions on Wednesday. LSU, among the preseason favorites to win the national championship, will be joined by Auburn, Arkansas, Florida, Mississippi State and Kentucky.
The defending national champion University of Alabama Crimson Tide will highlight Thursday's close. Head coach Nick Saban will be joined by center Barrett Jones, tight end Michael Williams and defensive end Damion Square in the morning session, which will also include Tennessee. Ole Miss and Georgia follow in the final session of the event.
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