2012 SEC Football Championship Tickets – Alabama vs. Georgia

2012 SEC Championship GameThe 2012 SEC Football Championship Game is set with the Alabama Crimson Tide facing the Georgia Bulldogs. The game will be played on Saturday, Dec. 1 at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta (4 p.m. ET, CBS).

Tickets for the game are available through our preferred vendor TicketLiquidator.com.

Georgia (11-1, 7-1 SEC) clinched the SEC East Division with a 38-0 victory over rival Auburn on Nov. 10. The Bulldogs are making their second straight appearance in the championship game and fifth overall. Georgia last won the SEC in 2005.

Alabama (11-1, 7-1 SEC) won the SEC West with a 49-0 thrashing of Auburn on Saturday. The Crimson Tide have appeared in the title game seven times and hold a 3-4 record. Their last victory was in 2009 over Florida (32-13).

With Alabama and Georgia ranked 2nd and 3rd in the BCS, respectively, the winner of the game is certain to advance to the 2013 Discover BCS National Championship Game to face Notre Dame.

Alabama and Georgia have met 65 times in a series that began in 1895 in Columbus, Georgia. The Crimson Tide lead the overall series 36-25-4, but the Bulldogs have won three of the last four.

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SEC Championship Game Results (past 10 years)

  • 2011 – LSU 42, Georgia 10
  • 2010 – Auburn 56, South Carolina 17
  • 2009 – Alabama 32, Florida 13
  • 2008 – Florida 31, Alabama 20
  • 2007 – LSU 21, Tennessee 14
  • 2006 – Florida 38, Arkansas 28
  • 2005 – Georgia 34, LSU 14
  • 2004 – Auburn 38, Tennessee 28
  • 2003 – LSU 34, Georgia 13
  • 2002 – Georgia 30, Arkansas 3

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One Comment to 2012 SEC Football Championship Tickets – Alabama vs. Georgia

  1. A much hyped game that will be well fought. Two great defensive teams that want the SEC title very bad in their hands. I believe the winner of this game will beat Notre Damn Irish. Both these teams are much more agressive, better defenders, and have beaten much better teams that the solely high-praised Notre Damn Irish have, all season.

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