Live coverage of SEC media days: Only four SEC coaches remain from first media days in Atlanta

Kentucky Athletics photo by Chet White / Kentucky's Mark Stoops will be among the four Southeastern Conference coaches who were in Atlanta the last time it hosted SEC media days in 2018.

When the Southeastern Conference took its football media days event to Atlanta for the first time in 2018, Alabama coach Nick Saban had guided the Crimson Tide to five national championships, Georgia's Kirby Smart was coming off the 2017 league title, Kentucky's Mark Stoops was continuing to build a respected program, and Texas A&M's Jimbo Fisher was entering his rookie season with the Aggies.

Those are the only four coaches still at their respective locales as the SEC returns to Atlanta this week for a second occasion, with the likes of Auburn's Gus Malzahn, Florida's Dan Mullen and LSU's Ed Orgeron having been unable to maintain their jobs since the last go-around.