A battle cry that players will occasionally hear from coaches to get them motivated on game day is “Win the day.”

In advance of SEC Media Days, here is who will “win the day” in terms of being the most entertaining.

Monday will have a serious, business tone to it with a little bit of reminiscing. Commissioner Mike Slive, Auburn, Florida and Vanderbilt are on the docket. The commissioner will kick things off with his state of the conference speech. Topics that are conference-wide and across the college football landscape will dominate the commissioner’s speech: the new SEC Network, the new College Football Playoff and the autonomy of the Power 5 conferences. Gus Malzahn will at some point be asked about Auburn’s improbable run to the BCS National Championship game last year. It could get a little tense inside the Wynfrey Hotel when Will Muschamp takes to the podium after Malzahn. You can beat the phrase “hot seat” will be part of at least one question for the Florida coach.

Tuesday and Wednesday should be the days when the mood shifts. South Carolina, Mississippi State, Texas A&M and Tennessee are up Tuesday. Missouri, LSU and Arkansas take the floor Wednesday. Expect these two days of the four-day gathering to be the most entertaining.

The Old Ball Coach takes the podium first thing Tuesday morning and that means it could be one humdinger of a morning. We’ll count on Spurrier for a dozen or so one-liners to get things going. Taking the podium next will be Dan Mullen. Following Spurrier might be a tough act to follow but the head man in Starkville can be sneaky funny. Remember 2012? “We’re not that far from a national title,” said Mullen. “Indeed, we can drive from Starkville to Tuscaloosa in less than an hour and a half.”

After Gary Pinkel starts Wednesday’s session, Les Miles and Bret Bielema could continue to keep things light. Miles has admitted that he tries to emulate Spurrier in terms of being entertaining. And now that second-year head coach Bielema has gotten his feet wet per se, the two SEC West coaches could be a good one-two comical combination.

Georgia, Ole Miss, Alabama and Kentucky will close out Media Days on Thursday. This is where there will be a transition back to the more serious, business tone. Mark Richt and Nick Saban, speaking first and third respectively, usually keep things on the straight and narrow.

All of the 42 players in attendance have a chance to grab the spotlight too. It would be an absolute field day if one player goes all T.J. Moe on us. Back in 2012, it was Moe who stole the spotlight. The then Missouri wide receiver was highly entertaining, embracing the role of SEC Media Day rookie. Moe vocalized what made SEC country better than the Big 12 (“…girls are prettier, air’s fresher and toilet paper is thicker.”) while validating the Tigers legitimacy. With Mizzou winning the SEC East in just their second season in the conference, Moe’s words proved to be prophetic. While we don’t anticipate a brutally honest and humorous player Q&A session like Moe’s this year, it would be more than welcome.

Amid all the coach speak that we’ll hear over the course of the four days, Tuesday and Wednesday should be the days that you’ll be highly entertained.