It's the unofficial official start to the college football season: SEC Media Days. All week, we'll be broadcasting live from Hoover, AL, so don't miss out on any of the action.

On day one of SEC Media Days, Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn addressed the media, and the man who typically gives the media very little to go on gave us some interesting comments on Monday, previewing the upcoming season for the Auburn Tigers down on the plains. Playing in the SEC is tough each and every year, but the Tigers' 2016 schedule is much more manageable than most teams in the SEC, playing their first five games in Auburn, which includes a match-up with the presumptive #1 team in college football, the Clemson Tigers.

"I'd probably put our schedule up against anybody in college football... We got our work cut out for us, but we're definitely happy we're playing our first five games at home."

The atmosphere surrounding SEC Media Days is unlike any other media days in college sports. However, it's not a party until the Alabama contingent shows up. Ryan Fowler and Gary Harris hopped on Facebook Live earlier today to preview the upcoming wild week (Wednesday being the wildest, being the Crimson Tide's media day), the upcoming season in Tuscaloosa, and to discuss how former Tide offensive coordinator and current Florida Gator head coach Jim McElwain will fair in the 2016 season.