Football Atlanta - Online

#2 LSU dominates
#4 Georgia 37-10 In SEC Championship Game at
Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Matchup: The #4 Georgia Bulldogs (11-1, 7-1 SEC) 
vs The LSU Tigers (12-0, 8-0 SEC) 

Date: Saturday, December 7, 4:00pm;     
Mercedes-Benz Stadium (73,000) Atlanta

TV: CBS: Play-by-Play - Brad Nessler;
Analyst - Gary Danielson, Sideline Reporter - Jamie Erdahl.

 RADIO: In Atlanta: 750am/95.5,fm: Scott Howard (play-by-play);
Eric Zeier
(analyst); Chuck Dowdle (sideline).
Westwood One: Ryan Radtke (play-by-play);
Derek Rackley
(analyst); Olivia Dekker (sideline).
SEC Radio Network: Dave Neal (play-by-play);
Dave Archer
(analyst); Stephen Hartzell (sideline)
Satellite: SiriusXM 138/191/962
Georgia Bulldogs Game Notes:
  LSU Tigers Game Notes:
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 Kirby Smart Press Conference
Previewing the LSU Tigers
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Kirby Smart SEC Championship Game Friday Press Conference
At Mercedes-Benz Stadium
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LSU Tigers Head Coach Ed Orgeron Press Conference
Previewing the Georgia Bulldogs
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Ed Orgeron SEC Championship Game Friday Press Conference
At Mercedes-Benz Stadium
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By Don Stone - Georgia Football Magazine and Football Atlanta

   The whole season lead up to this game. Unfortunately, for Georgia, they looked more like Georgia Tech than the Bulldogs. From start to finish, they were never in it. Virtually nothing went right the UGA. From a pair of missed Rodrigo Blankship kicks to a half dozen injuries to a constant inability to put any pressure on Joe Burrow. And, when they did get someone in the back field, he just took off running for big yards.
  It was a game of numerous missed opportunities early on and a clearly dominant LSU team that poured it on as the game progressed. They were up 17-3 at the half, then doubled their point total in the third quarter to make it 34-3. Georgia tacked on a meaningless touchdown in the third quarter to make the game appear closer than it was at 34-10. But, even that doesn't sound close. By my guess, the crowd was 80-90 percent red and black. But, they could do nothing to help their heroes on the field. Burrow, the future Heisman winner who had transferred as a grad student when Ohio State let him slip away, wouldn't allow it.
  It had to be the worst performance by a team in the Kirby Smart era.
  To be honest, the one sided crowd had more to do with LSU fans saving their travel dollars for the playoffs. They knew coming in that, win or lose, the Tigers would still get into the final four. And, they would rather make that trip to the quarterfinals, back here in Atlanta or to the finals at home in New Orleans.
  Now, UGA has to wait to see what bowl game they'll be invited to. Speculation has centered on a repeat visit to the Sugar Bowl, ironically in LSU's back yard. But, I'm not sure that even the allure of New Year's in the French Quarter will draw a heavily disillusioned Georgia fanbase.
  For our live blog from the game, click here.