Dec. 8, 2021
Alabama wins title again
The SEC has been dominated by Alabama (-160) in recent seasons, and 2021 was no exception. The Crimson Tide rolled past Georgia in the title game in Dec. 2021 to pick up yet another conference trophy.
How to read Futures OddsAmerican: Alabama -143
Fractional: Alabama 7/10
Decimal: Alabama 1.7
Implied Probability: 58.8%
Bettors placing a $100 wager on Alabama would win $158, which includes your $100 stake. The Crimson Tide are listed as a 3/1 betting choice (Bet $100 to win $300) to win the 2020-21 College Football Playoff.
What is the SEC Championship?
The SEC Championship takes place normally on the first Saturday in December and the history of this game goes back to 1992. The champions of the Eastern and Western divisions will square off for the title, which has taken place at Atlanta, Georgia since 1994.
Alabama has the most all-time SEC title wins with nine, while Florida is right behind them with seven championships. The SEC West has won 10 of the last 11 championships.
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The most common matchup in the history of the SEC Championship is between Florida and Alabama, which has happened 10 times.
Alabama has the most appearances (14), trailed by Florida (13).
The Crimson Tide own a 10-4 overall record and they have won seven of the past 10 years, including a 41-24 upset of Georgia on Dec. 4, 2021.
Alabama's three-year title run ended in 2017 as the Crimson Tide failed to qualify for the SEC championship.
Auburn knocked off Alabama in the regular season finale to reach the SEC title game, but the Tigers were rolled by Georgia, who captured its first SEC title since 2005.
The Crimson Tide took back the SEC crown in 2018 as Alabama erased a 14-point second-half deficit in a 35-28 triumph over Georgia in a National Championship rematch.
LSU returned to the SEC title game for the first time since 2011 as the Tigers took care of Georgia, 37-10, marking the sixth time in seven years this contest has been decided by double-digits.
The Tigers have gone 5-1 overall in six appearances in the title game, which is the highest winning percentage.
Kentucky, Ole Miss, Texas A&M and Vanderbilt are the only four SEC schools who have not made an appearance in the title game.