5 Questions We Need Answered at SEC Media Days

The 2018 SEC Media Day is less than a week away, and that means all of our SEC college football questions will be answered. For the first time since 1985, the event will take place somewhere outside of Alabama. This year's event will be held in Atlanta, Georgia. As you hold the popcorn and listen to the coaches and players in the SEC, here are five questions that need to be answered.

5. Which Coaches are Feeling the Pressure?

Every NCAA football coach is feeling the pressure heading into the start of the 2018 season, but which coaches will crack? Will Kirby Smart's No. 1 ranked 2018 class amount to anything at the collegiate level? Can Nick Saban continue his dynasty? We are all anxious to hear how each coach feels about the upcoming season.

4. How Will the First Year Coaches Adjust?

The SEC has six first-year head coaches this season. Jimbo Fisher, Matt Luke, Dan Mullen, Jeremy Pruitt, Joe Moorhead, and Chad Morris all have enormous shoes to fill as they take on their new role. Will they be able to adjust and bring success to their new teams?

3. When Will the QB Battles End?

QB battles have been the name of the game in the SEC this offseason. Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, LSU, and Kentucky are all in the midst of epic QB battles, and it may not be until the start of the season until we get our answers. But it would be great to hear from coaches about how the starting QB decision will come to be. 

2. Can Tennessee Rebound this Year?

Tennessee shamefully finished 0-8 in SEC play last season. But, Butch Jones is gone, and Jeremy Pruitt has implemented some beneficial changes for the Vols. If this team can create a new identity on offense and defense, they have the potential to shock some opponents in 2018.

1. Can Anyone Challenge Georgia or Alabama?

Under Kirby Smart the past two seasons, the Bulldogs have become a formidable team. Alabama, of course, is one of the most decorated CFB programs under Nick Saban. So will there be any competition? Or will the two favored teams make another National Title run?