Georgia Bulldogs vs. LSU Tigers 2019 SEC Championship Game Preview

    December 4, 2019 | Football Joe Burrow LSU SEC Champ game

    The LSU Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs have more than just the SEC title on the line when they lock horns this weekend. The winner of this matchup will also secure for good a berth in the College Football Playoff, while the loser will have to pray for other games’ results to favor them. Go ahead and read the 2019 SEC Championship Game preview of LSU vs. Georgia by Nitrogen Sports Blog.

    Georgia Bulldogs vs. LSU Tigers 2019 SEC Championship Game Preview

    When: Saturday, December 7, 2019
    Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
    NCAAF Odds: Georgia (+7.5) vs. LSU (-7.5 )

    What to know about the Bulldogs (1st in SEC East)

    Georgia vs. LSU 2019 SEC Championship Game moneyline odds for the Bulldogs: +217
    The Bulldogs are 11-1 SU with their most recent victory being a dominant 52-7 win over Georgia Tech. Georgia has some problems heading into the big SEC championship game, though. The Bulldogs will be without wide receiver Lawrence Cager while running back D’Andre Swift suffered a shoulder injury against Georgia Tech. However, Swift is expected to play against LSU.

    In addition, wide receiver George Pickens will miss the first half of the game after being ejected for fighting against Georgia Tech. Still, they should fancy their chances. This will be Georgia’s third December trip to Atlanta in a row. Could that advantage in experience prove decisive against the unbeaten Tigers?

    What to know about the Tigers (1st in SEC West)

    Georgia vs. LSU 2019 SEC Championship Game odds for the Tigers: -280
    The Tigers are just one win away from progressing to the College Football Playoff with an unbeaten record. As it stands, they hold a 12-0 SU record and most recently defeated Texas A&M in a huge 50-7 victory. They have also scored at least 40 points in each of their last four wins.

    Their offence is undoubtedly one of the best in the nation and despite Georgia’s solid defense, they should be able to score points on the board. However, this is LSU’s first SEC Championship Game since 2011. Will they be  


    Georgia or LSU? Pick a side as betting lines for the championship game is now available at Nitrogen Sports.



    Betting trends


    • Both teams are 5-5 SU in their last 10 head-to-head games with the Tigers winning two of their last three recent meetings against the Bulldogs.
    • Georgia is 4-1 ATS in its last 5 games.
    • The total has gone UNDER in 6 of Georgia’s last 7 games.
    • The total has gone OVER in 11 of LSU’s last 15 games.
    • The total has gone OVER in 7 of LSU’s last 8 games against Georgia.

    The 2019 SEC Championship Game (LSU vs. Georgia) is expected to be a closely contested matchup, pitting two proud college football programs from the same conference. Have you made your NCAAF picks for Bulldogs vs. Tigers? Make sure to check out our how to bet on sports piece first.

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