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SEC Football Championship Game History, LSU 2019 Winners

SEC football championship game history, past winners list.






The SEC Championship Game (officially SEC Championship on CBS presented by Dr. Pepper for broadcast and sponsorship reason) is an annual American football game that has decided the Southeastern Conference's season champion since 1992.

The championship game pits the SEC Western Division regular-season champion against the Eastern Division regular season champion. It is typically played on the first Saturday of December.

Over West Division has led in the SEC Championship game winning ratio 15-12.
 The SEC Football Championship game is held on the first Saturday of December at 4:00 PM Eastern since 2007.

Florida and Alabama have won the most title of the SEC football championship game with 7th titles each.


 Five time champions of the SEC championship game, LSU are the Current winners in the 28th game of 2019 SEC Football championship to defeat the Auburn Tigers Georgia Bulldogs with the final scores 37-10...








SEC Football Championship Game,  History, results, Previous,  Winners, champions,  List.







SEC Football Championship Game Teams list 2018-19.





Alabama    ---     Arkansas     ---      Auburn     ---      Florida     ---      Georgia     ---      Kentucky     ---      LSU     ---      Mississippi     ---      Mississippi State     ---      Missouri     ---      South Carolina     ---      Tennessee     ---      Texas A&M     ---      Vanderbilt.







All-time SEC Football Championship Game Past Winners List 1992 - 2019.




Here is the complete champions-winners list of All-Time SEC Football Championship game since 1992 down to date 2019.




 Year    East - West      Champions   --    MVP -Team 

 1992   Alabama 28, Florida 21    --     Antonio Langham, Alabama

1993   Florida 28, Alabama 13    --      Terry Dean, Florida

 1994   Florida 24, Alabama 23    --      Ellis Johnson, Florida

 1995   Florida 34, Arkansas 3     --      Danny Wuerffel, Florida

 1996   Florida 45, Alabama 30    --      Danny Wuerffel, Florida

 1997   Tennessee 30, Auburn 29    --      Peyton Manning, Tennessee

 1998   Tennessee 24, Mississippi State 14     --      Peerless Price, Tennessee

 1999   Alabama 34, Florida 7     --      Freddie Milons, Alabama

 2000   Florida 28, Auburn 6     --      Rex Grossman, Florida

 2001   LSU 31, Tennessee 20    --      Matt Mauck, LSU

 2002   Georgia 30, Arkansas 3     --      David Greene, Georgia

 2003   LSU 34, Georgia 13     --      Justin Vincent, LSU

 2004   Auburn 38, Tennessee 28     --      Jason Campbell, Auburn

 2005   Georgia 34, LSU 14 D.J.     --     Shockley, Georgia

 2006   Florida 38, Arkansas 28     --      Percy Harvin, Florida

 2007   LSU 21, Tennessee 14     --      Ryan Perrilloux, LSU

 2008   Florida 31, Alabama 20     --      Tim Tebow, Florida

 2009   Alabama 32, Florida 13     --      Greg McElroy, Alabama

 2010   Auburn 56, South Carolina 17     --      Cam Newton, Auburn

 2011   LSU 42, Georgia 10     --      Tyrann Mathieu, LSU

 2012   Alabama 32, Georgia 28     --      Eddie Lacy, Alabama

 2013   Auburn 59, Missouri 42     --      Tre Mason, Auburn

 2014   Alabama 42, Missouri 13     --      Blake Sims, Alabama

 2015   Alabama 29, Florida 15    --      Derrick Henry, Alabama

 2016   Alabama 54, Florida 16    --      Reuben Foster, Alabama

 2017   Georgia 28, Auburn 7     --      Roquan Smith, Georgia

 2018   Alabama 35,  Georgia  28     --     Josh Jacobs, Alabama

 2019   LSU 37,  Georgia 10   --     Joe Burrow, LSU

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