LSU Makes Bid For No.1 Seed In College Football Playoff With 37-10 Win

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December 8, 2019

LSU Tigers running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire stiff-arms Georgia Bulldogs defensive back J.R. Reed during the second half of the SEC championship game.

LSU won the Southeastern Conference championship game Saturday, and they did it with style as in points with a 37-10 victory over No. 4 Georgia in front of 71,000 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Joe Burrow put the finishing touches on his Heisman Trophy campaign on Saturday, adding another dazzling performance to a season full of them in LSU’s 37-10 victory over Georgia in the SEC championship game.

Burrow set an SEC single-season record with his 45th touchdown pass, throwing a 23-yard strike in the first quarter to Ja’Marr Chase. The touchdown broke the previous record of 44, which was set by former Missouri quarterback Drew Lock in 2017. (READ MORE) by Alex Scarborough | ESPN

It’s was as dominant as it could get for LSU as the Tigers rolled over Georgia, 37-10, in the SEC Championship game in Atlanta on Saturday. The Tigers won their first SEC crown since 2011 and made a strong case to be named the No. 1 team in the country by the College Football Playoff committee, which will release its final rankings on Sunday. (READ MORE) by BILLY EMBODY | 247 Sports

Kirby Smart’s Georgia Bulldogs fell to No. 2 LSU 37-10 in Saturday’s SEC Championship Game. The No. 2 Tigers were favored, but Ed Oregeron’s squad wasn’t supposed to win in such a lopsided manner. (READ MORE) by SDS Staff

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