The SEC Network is planning 46 hours of programming for this year’s SEC Media Days, ESPN has announced.

SEC This MorningSEC Now and The Paul Finebaum Show headline the network’s coverage of the 4-day event, which begins Monday in Atlanta. Laura Rutledge, Joe Tessitore, Alyssa Lang and Peter Burns will rotate hosting duties for SEC Now. Network analysts Tim Tebow, Jordan Rodgers, Greg McElroy, Roman Harper, Paul Finebaum, Benjamin Watson and Chris Doering will also contribute to the network’s coverage of the conference’s annual kickoff event.

Also on the schedule for this year’s coverage is “Year of the Dawg,” an hour-long documentary special on Georgia’s first College Football Playoff National Championship crown. It airs Monday at 7 p.m. ET.

ESPN’s announcement notes that all 16 podium pressers from the 14 SEC head football coaches, Commissioner Greg Sankey and SEC Coordinator of Football Officials John McDaid, will be available in their entirety on SEC Network+. Marty Smith and Ryan McGee will be in Atlanta to chat with all 14 head coaches and several players. The conversations will be featured in 2 specials, scheduled to air at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 15 and Tuesday, Aug. 16.

Here’s the programming schedule for Monday-Thursday:

Date Time (ET) Programming
Mon, Jul 18 8 a.m. SEC This Morning
  11 a.m. SEC Now
  4:30 p.m. The Paul Finebaum Show
(radio only from 3-4:30 p.m.)
  7 p.m. Year of the Dawg
Tue, Jul 19 7 a.m. SEC This Morning
  9 a.m. SEC Now 
  3 p.m. The Paul Finebaum Show 
Wed, Jul 20 7 a.m. SEC This Morning 
  9 a.m. SEC Now 
  3 p.m. The Paul Finebaum Show 
Thu, Jul 21 7 a.m. SEC This Morning 
  9 a.m. SEC Now
3 p.m. The Paul Finebaum Show