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2022 SEC Championship Game: Georgia vs. LSU clinched as two of last three national champions meet in Atlanta

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The entrants to the 2022 SEC Championship game are now official as Georgia and LSU secured spots in the game on Saturday after critical wins over the states of Mississippi and Arkansas, respectively. The winners of two of the last three college football playoff national championships, the Bulldogs (2021) and Tigers (2019), will face off on Saturday, December 3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. at least one of the programs.

No. 1 Georgia (10-0, 7-0 SEC) beat Mississippi State 45-19 on the road thanks to another impressive defense performance. He held off MSU coach Mike Leach’s vaunted air raid attack for only 310 yards and pulled away with four touchdowns in the second half.

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UGA Coach Kirby Smart’s team has won the SEC East and competed in the SEC Championship in five of the last six years. He lost last season’s contest to Alabama 41-24 but got his revenge on the Crimson Tide on January 10, 2022 in Indianapolis when the Dougs won their first national championship since 1980.

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No. 7 LSU (8-2, 6-1 SEC) outscored Arkansas 13-10 on the road in cold conditions to take care of their side of the equation. The Tigers then sat back and watched No. 9 Tide take a 30–24 victory over No. 11 Ole Miss, who won the SEC West for LSU considering she has head-to-head victories over both programs.

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In their first year under coach Brian Kelly, the Tigers lost their first game to Florida State when they missed a crucial extra point with no time on the clock. Their only loss in the SEC came on October 8 when they lost to Tennessee 40-13. Since then, quarterback Jayden Daniels has become one of the SEC’s top double-threat quarterbacks, and linebacker Harold Perkins Jr. has established himself as an All-American selection freshman.

LSU claimed its first SEC West title since 2019 when quarterback Joe Burrow and the Tigers beat Georgia in Atlanta en route to their first national championship since 2007. Will it be the Dougs going back to back, or are the Tigers trying to keep them out? of the four CFP teams in total?

We’ll find out on Saturday, Dec. 3 in Atlanta when the 2022 SEC Championship Game kicks off at 4:00 pm ET and will air live on CBS.



Source: www.cbssports.com

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