With TV and Tebow, SEC has cause to celebrate

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HOOVER, Ala. (AP) - Defending national champion Florida, Tim
Tebow and the three new coaches will be hot topics at Southeastern
Conference football media days.

The three-day event kicks off Wednesday at the Wynfrey Hotel in
Hoover, Ala.

New Mississippi State coach Dan Mullen will make his media days
debut on Day 1.

The main event comes Thursday with powers Florida, Alabama and
Georgia taking the stage with a Mississippi team facing unusually
high expectations. Star quarterbacks Tebow of the Gators and Jevan
Snead of the Rebels also appear.

New coaches Gene Chizik of Auburn and Tennessee's outspoken Lane
Kiffin take the podium on Friday.

The SEC has captured the last three football national titles and
also managed to complete new TV deals with CBS and ESPN last year
in a tough economy.