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SEC Championship

SEC Championship

Cheap SEC Championship Game Tickets

Auburn Tigers (11-0) 1st in SEC West

2010 Schedule

Sept 4, 2010: W Auburn 52 Arkansas State 26 (1-0)
Sept. 9, 2010: W Auburn 17 Mississippi State 14 (2-0) (1-0)
Sept. 18, 2010: W Auburn 27 Clemson 24 OT (3-0)
Sept. 25, 2010: W Auburn 35 - #12 South Carolina 27 (4-0) (2-0)
Oct. 2, 2010: W Auburn 52 Louisiana-Monroe 3 (5-0)
Oct. 9, 2010: W Auburn 37 Kentucky 34 (6-0) (3-0)
Oct. 16, 2010: W Auburn 65 - #12 Arkansas 43 (7-0) (4-0)
Oct. 23, 2010: W Auburn 24 #6 LSU 17 (8-0) (5-0)
Oct. 30, 2010: W Auburn 51 Mississippi 31 (9-0) (6-0)
Nov. 6, 2010: W Auburn 62 Chattanooga 24 (10-0) (6-0)
Nov. 13, 2010: W Auburn 49 Georgia 31 (11-0) (7-0)
Nov. 26, 2010: #2 Auburn Tigers at #11 Alabama Crimson Tide at Bryant Denny Stadium

Team Stats:

Offense
Points/G: 42.8 (5th)
Pass Yards/G: 207.5
Rushing Yards/G: 307.9 (4th)

Defense
Points/G: 24.9
Pass Yards/G: 244.2
Rushing Yards/G: 111.5

Key Player Stats:

QB Cameron Newton:
Passing: 135/198, 2038 yards, 68.2 cmp %, 10,29 Yds/A, 21 TD/6 INT, 183.6 QB Rating
Rushing: 206 carries, 1,297 yards, 6.3 yards/carry, 17 touchdowns

RB Michael Dyer
Rushing: 137 carries, 859 yards, 6.3 yards/carry, 5 touchdowns

WR Darvin Adams
Receiving: 39 receptions, 663 yards, 17.0 yards/catch, 5 touchdowns

South Carolina (7-3) 1st in SEC East

2010 Schedule:

Sept. 2, 2010: W South Carolina 41 Southern Miss 13 (1-0)
Sept. 11, 2010: W South Carolina 17 #22 Georgia 6 (2-0) (1-0)
Sept. 18, 2010: W South Carolina 38 Furman 19 (3-0)
Sept. 25, 2010: L #17 Auburn 35 South Carolina 27 (3-1) (1-1)
Oct. 9, 2010: W South Carolina 35 - #1 Alabama 21 (4-1) (2-1)
Oct. 16, 2010: L Kentucky 31 South Carolina 28 (4-2) (2-2)
Oct. 23, 2010: W South Carolina 21 Vanderbilt 7 (5-2) (3-2)
Oct. 30, 2010: W South Carolina 38 Tennessee 24 (6-2) (4-2)
Nov. 6, 2010: L #18 Arkansas 41 South Carolina 20 (6-3) (4-3)
Nov. 13, 2010: W South Carolina 36 - #22 Florida 14 (7-3) (5-3)
Nov. 20, 2010: #17 South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Troy Trojans at Williams-Brice Stadium
Nov. 27, 2010: #17 South Carolina Gamecocks at Clemson Tigers at Clemson Memorial Stadium

Team Stats:

Offense
Points/G: 30.1
Pass Yards/G: 239.4
Rushing Yards/G: 155.9

Defense
Points/G: 21.1
Pass Yards/G: 257.3
Rushing Yards/G: 97.6

Key Player Stats:

QB Stephen Garcia:
Passing: 166/245, 2221 yards, 67.8 cmp %, 9.07 Yds/A, 14 TD/9 INT, 155.4 QB Rating
Rushing: 81 carries, 168 yards, 2.1 yards/carry, 5 touchdowns

RB Marcus Lattimore
Rushing: 202 carries, 964 yards, 4.8 yards/carry, 14 touchdowns

WR Alshon Jeffery
Receiving: 65 receptions, 1,087 yards, 16.7 yards/catch, 7 touchdowns



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2014 SEC Football Championship Game Dec 6, 2014
Sat TBA
Georgia Dome
Atlanta, GA
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SEC Championship

2013 SEC Championship Game Breakdown

The SEC Championship Game has been set since before the teams began practice in the spring. On December 4, 2010 SEC Championship Game tickets will be good for a game between the Auburn Tigers and the South Carolina Game Cocks. This is not the seemingly traditional game, one which would include Florida or Alabama, but a BCS championship contender will be taking the field in the hopes of earning a bid to fly due west and play in the national championship game on January 10, 2011 in Glendale, Arizona.

Before the 11-0 Auburn Tigers players, their families, and their millions of fans search for plane tickets and game tickets, they have to contend with the South Carolina Gamecocks. South Carolina may only be 7-3 and may only be ranked number 17 in the four major polls, but nothing is a given in the SEC, much less the SEC Championship Game. Though conference fans will be cheering for the Tigers in hopes of sending another team on to collect a national championship and grow the legacy of this football powerhouse conference, South Carolina Gamecocks fans will be the lone section cheering for the underdogs and hoping for a chance to play in the Allstate Sugar Bowl.

The Gamecocks will also be in search of revenge. On Saturday, September 25, 2010 the Auburn Tigers defeated South Carolina 35-27, dropping the Gamecocks from their #12 national ranking. Auburn quarterback Cam Newton was an unstoppable force, throwing three touchdowns and running two in himself. South Carolina quarterback Stephen Garcia's own big day was overshadowed by that incredible performance. Garcia threw for 235 yards, completing 15 of 21 passes, three for touchdowns. This SEC Championship Game should surely be a thrill to watch, especially live, as both a bowl game and a school's wounded pride are on the line.