2014 SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PREVIEW:
The 2014 SEC Championship game will be played on Saturday, December 6th, 2014 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia. The game has been played at the Georgia Dome every season since 1994 and is one of the most anticipated games of the season. The SEC Championship Game matches up the Missouri Tigers against the Alabama Crimson Tide. Missouri looks for their 1st ever SEC title, while Alabama looks to win their 2nd title in 3 years. The game is a matchup of top 15 teams, and Alabama will advance to the CFP with a win. Every season since 1995, one of the two teams in the SEC Championship game has been ranked in the top 5 in the country.
2012 SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PREVIEW:
The 2012 SEC Championship was a down to the wire affair with Alabama pulling off a narrow 32-28 victory over Georgia. The Bulldogs drove down the field in the game’s final minute, but fell short when time run out after an unfortunate completion on the Crimson Tide 4 yard line. Tide running back Eddie Lacy was named the MVP of the 2012 SEC Championship Game. Alabama went on to play in the BCS Championship Game in Miami, where they defeated Notre Dame.
2009 SEC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PREVIEW:
The 2009 SEC Championship Game will once again have National Title implications, with the winner likely advancing to play in the BCS Championship Game. The Florida Gators appear to be a lock to win the SEC East and Nick Saban's Alabama Crimson Tide appear ready to emerge from the SEC West. If Florida and Alabama wind up playing each other, it will be the second consecutive year those two programs played in it. In 2008, #2 Florida beat #1 Alabama 31-20; the Gators then played in the BCS Championship Game where they won the National Championship. If the Gators and Crimson Tide match up in the '09 SEC Championship Game it will be the 7th time the two powerhouse programs have played in that game since 1992. Florida has won four of those meetings (1993, 1994, 1996, 2008) and Bama two (1992, 1999).
The 2009 Florida Gators are led by Head Coach Urban Meyer and their Heisman Trophy winning quarterback, Tim Tebow. Saban's Alabama Crimson Tide are led by their defense run stopper, Terrance Cody, and a solid offense that relies on running back Mark Ingram. Both Florida and Alabama have suffocating defenses that have kept their opponents in-check all season. The 2009 SEC Championship will likely be decided by which team's offense can carry the day. Florida should have the edge because Tebow has played in a few more championship games than Crimson Tide quarterback Greg McElroy. The intensity of the SEC Championship is on a whole other level, though, so it's impossible to know who will win the 2009 game. The only sure thing is that the 2009 SEC Championship Game is one that college football fans will be talking about for a long time.
The last three winners of the SEC Championship Game have gone on to win the BCS National Championship Game; Florida in 2006 and 2008 and the LSU Tigers in 2007. The 2009 SEC Championship will be played December 5th, 2009 in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia. The game will be televised by CBS and should kickoff at 4:00pm Eastern.