2012 SEC Championship Game Tickets

The 2012 SEC Championship Game is one of the most anticipated championships today in college sports. Sponsored by Dr Pepper, it is slated to take place this winter holidays at the Georgia Dome located in Atlanta, Georgia. It will also consists of the Dr Pepper $100, 000 Tuition Throw, a special event by the sponsor. The official TV partner of the event is CBS, who will cover it in the US. Announcers at this event are Gary Danielson, Verne Lundquist and Tracy Wolfson. College teams from the two divisions, the Western Division and the Eastern Division will be participating in this event, for which many have already ordered 2012 SEC Championship Game tickets.

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About 2012 SEC Championship Game

The 2012 SEC Championship Game will feature the winner from football teams such as the Florida Gators, the Georgia Bulldogs, the South Carolina Gamecocks, the Vanderbilt Commodores, the Missouri Tigers, the Tennessee Volunteers and the Kentucky Wildcats in the Eastern Division. In the Western Divisions, teams such as the Alabama Crimson Tide, the Texas A&M Aggies, the LSU Tigers, the Mississippi State Bulldogs, the Ole Miss Rebels, the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Auburn Tigers will compete and the winner will then fight against the Eastern Division winner. All of this team, one against the other, are easily seen live by booking cheap 2012 SEC Championship Game tickets.
The 2012 SEC Championship Game is therefore a game between the Eastern Division winner and the Western Division winner. The current champion is the LSU Tigers. The Florida Gators hold the record for the largest number of championships won, at seven. This game was founded in 1992 and has been held at the Georgia Dome since then, except for the first two years. It has also been sponsored by Dr Pepper since its founding. Nine of the fourteen teams in the Southeastern Conference have taken part in this championship game since its founding.
The 2012 SEC Championship Game is important in the NCAA for being the first conference championship game held, resulting in a format that has been adopted by other conferences such as the Big 12. In 2011, the two division winners were the LSU Tigers and the Georgia Bulldogs. The two teams competed in the game, with the LSU Tigers emerging as the victor. Not only do the Florida Gators have then largest number of wins but also the largest number of appearances in the game, a team to be seen live by those who order 2012 SEC Championship Game tickets.

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