SEC Championship 2022: LSU vs Georgia Kickoff Time, TV Channel, Betting, Prediction & More for Championship Week

Adam Taylor McKillop
SEC Championship 2022 LSU vs Georgia prediction, kickoff time, TV broadcast info, betting odds and more.
SEC Championship 2022 LSU vs Georgia prediction, kickoff time, TV broadcast info, betting odds and more. / ASSOCIATED PRESS
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The arrival of Week 14 of the college football season means the arrival of championship week. One of the best conference title games is for the SEC crown, featuring a battle between the LSU Tigers and Georgia Bulldogs.

Here's everything you need to know about the SEC Championship on Saturday.

Where is the SEC Championship 2022?

The 2022 SEC Championship will be played Atlanta, Georgia at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Mercedes-Benz Stadium is home to the Atlanta Falcons as well as other major college football events, and holds a capcity of 71,000 seats. Georgia topped the Oregon Ducks in Week 1 of the college football season at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

When is LSU vs Georgia SEC Championship?

The 2022 SEC Championship is scheduled for Week 14 of the college football season. The game will be played on Saturday, Dec. 3 at 4 p.m. ET. The game airs live on CBS.

LSU vs Georgia SEC Championship Prediction and Odds 2022

Our SEC Championship prediction is from The Duel's official LSU vs Georgia betting preview.

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Georgia lost 15 players to the NFL Draft following last season's championship season. But the Bulldogs defense has remained dominant allowing just 136 points this season - or 11.3 points per game.

Georgia's offense is still strong with QB Stetson Bennett leading a 488 YPG offense with efficient balance (203 rush, 285 pass). The Bulldogs will run over and through a Tigers defense that is wearing out and was gashed for 274 rushing yards on 50 carries by A&M last week.

LSU's offense has improved to 433 YPG (191 rush, 241 pass), but they've had three clunkers against Tennessee, Arkansas and Auburn. Tigers duel-threat QB Jaydon Daniels has taken care of the football well (2 INTs, 3 lost fumbles), but now faces his stiffest challenge against the Dawgs dominant defense.

Daniels also injured his ankle in last week's 38-23 loss at Texas A&M, and he was in a walking boot Monday. Monitor his practice schedule, but the betting line is up a point and coach Brian Kelly and the Tigers are in too tough regardless.

All NCAAF betting lines, odds and prop bets are from FanDuel Sportsbook.
Moneyline: LSU: (+660) | UGA: (-1050)
Spread: LSU: +18.5 (-115) | UGA: -18.5 (-105)
Total: 50.5 — Over: (-110) | Under: (-110)

Final Score Prediction: Georgia: 38 | LSU: 13

LSU vs Georgia History

LSU and Georgia have met in the SEC Championship four times prior to Saturday's matchup. LSU is 3-1 in this previous title game clashes, with the most recent coming in 2019. The TIgers defeated Georgia, 37-10, and went on to win the CFP National Championship.

The two sides have also met 31 times in their respective histories. LSU holds the edge by winning 18 games compared to Georgia's 13.


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