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The Alabama-Georgia showdown in Saturday’s Southeastern Conference Championship Game won’t just decide who plays in the BCS national championship game.
The result will also have a trickle-down effect on much of the SEC’s bowl hierarchy, with LSU’s destination as much in play as it is for the five other conference teams ranked in the BCS top 10.
The general consensus is this:
If Alabama beats Georgia, LSU will go to the AT&T Cotton Bowl (Jan. 4, Arlington, Texas). This assumes Florida (11-1 and currently No. 4 in the BCS) will take the SEC champion’s place in the Allstate Sugar Bowl on Jan. 2 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and Texas A&M will be snapped up by the Capital One Bowl (Jan. 1, Orlando, Fla.).
ATLANTA — The Alabama-Georgia showdown in Saturday’s Southeastern Conference Championship Game won’t just decide who plays in the BCS natio
Did I read that correctly, 16,000+ LSU season ticket holders bought tickets for the Cotton already?
What if Texas beats K State...will that move us up in the BCS standings? Bowl effect?
It's a good venue and a short drive for a lot of LSU fans. I included it on my request form.
When asked who our natural rivals are I reply: Everybody we hate em all!!!
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