SEC Championship Game Odds: Sportsbooks Post Early Odds for Clash Between LSU and Georgia
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LSU vs. Georgia Odds
|Date||Saturday, Dec. 3|
|Time||4 p.m. ET|
With two games left in the regular season, the SEC Championship Game is already set. The two teams are also two of the last three National Championship winners: LSU and Georgia.
DraftKings has already released a line for the title game taking place on Dec. 3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The Georgia Bulldogs opened as 16-point favorites over LSU with -110 juice currently on both sides.
LSU and Georgia were not on each other’s regular season schedule.
The LSU Tigers clinched the SEC West after beating Arkansas 13-10 this past weekend. Brian Kelly heads to the SEC Championship in his first season as head coach, and the Tigers are back in the game for the first time since 2019.
Their lone SEC defeat came to Tennessee in a 40-13 loss in Baton Rouge. Since then, the Tigers have been on an absolute tear. They beat fellow division rivals Ole Miss 45-20 and Alabama 32-31 in overtime before clinching the division against Arkansas.
LSU is +4000 on DraftKings to win the National Championship. The Bayou Bengals have an uphill climb to make the College Football Playoff with two losses on their schedule, but a win in the SEC Championship could sway the committee.
Georgia has been a favorite to make the SEC Championship game since the start of the season. It would have taken a drastic upset for the Bulldogs to lose the SEC East. Alas, they clinched it in 10 games.
Georgia is the heavy favorite to win the National Championship at -120. The next closest team is Ohio State at +240.