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Fricke: 'If I could ask every SEC coach one question'

Dukes & Bell get the honor of representing 92-9 The Game at the SEC Media Days.

If I had a chance to go back to that event next week (I am not), and I was given the chance to ask each head coach just one question here are the questions I would ask.

Alabama (Nick Saban) - "Was last season a failure?"

Arkansas (Bret Bielema) - "The race in the west every season is relentless. Is it exhausting or invigorating?"

Auburn (Guz Malzahn) - "Auburn's talent level remains strong, but are you getting the pieces you really need to run your offense successfully?"

Florida (Jim McElwain) - "Do you think, one Quarterback - just one and Florida is back?"

Georgia (Kirby Smart) - "Do you get a sense from Dawgs fans that the honeymoon of your return is already about to be over and that they expect you will win big - win the East title - right now?"

Kentucky (Mark Stoops) - "Your fans ask, I've heard them. A basketball power became great at football at Louisville, will it ever in Lexington?"

LSU (Les Miles) - "You're the LSU coach, but you're also a Michigan man. Do you love or hate Jim Harbaugh?"

Mississippi (Hugh Freeze) - "How was your off-season?"

Mississippi State (Dan Mullen) - "Both Starkville and Oxford have tasted incredible success over the past couple of seasons - are the two arch-rivals competing with each other or are you feeding off each other?"

Missouri (Barry Odom) - "Do you feel it's the football team's responsibility or even it's place to bear the burden of having to heal such a divided campus?"

South Carolina (Will Muschamp) - "This is your second chance to be a Head Coach in this league, is it also your last?"

Tennessee (Butch Jones) - "No 'we will sees', No 'maybe', No 'if' - just and ONLY Yes or No. Does your team win the East title this season, Yes or No?"

Texas A&M (Kevin Sumlin) - "Does what happened at Baylor greatly improve your potential future recruiting?"

Vanderbilt (Derek Mason) - "Have you posted your CV at LinkedIn?"

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