Greg Sankey lists several cities that could host 2020 SEC Media Days
The Southeastern Conference took its football Media Days event to Atlanta last July for the first time but plans to return the event to Birmingham leading up to the 2019 football season. It appears the decision to move the event may not be a one-off though as SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey has confirmed a number of cities are in the running to host the event in 2020.
According to Sankey, Dallas, Houston, Orlando, Tampa, San Antonio, St. Louis, Nashville and Charlotte are all being considered as potential hosts for the 2020 SEC Media Days. This news was first shared by Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News.
Sankey is currently in Texas for the annual College Football Playoff spring meetings. Following the first day of that event, several members of the committee have come out and supported the current, four-team Playoff format.
Some of the locations listed by Sankey make more sense than others, Nashville not only regularly hosts the SEC basketball tournament, it is home of conference member Vanderbilt. As for Charlotte, at least the SEC Network is headquartered there, however, there are no SEC members in that state.
Which of the cities listed by Sankey make the most sense to you?