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12/03/2013 11:08 AM

Snow and rain to dampen this weekend's football schedule

NFL and college football bettors beware, there is a high probability of messy conditions this weekend, including snow and rain. So when it comes to handicapping the games this week make sure to keep an eye out on the elements in several cities.

In this weekend's the NFL action, there is a 50 percent, or greater, chance of snow in Baltimore, Philadelphia and Washington when the Ravens, Eagles and Redskins face the Vikings, Lions and Chiefs respectively. In Cincinnati there is a 35 percent chance of snow when the Colts come to town.

A few cities in warmer climates may also not be able to escape the precipitation this weekend. There is a 16 percent chance of rain in Tampa Bay when the Bills take on the Buccaneers and there will be a 23 percent chance of rain when the Giants travel to San Diego to battle the Chargers.

In college action:

There will be a 43 percent chance of rain for the ACC title game when Duke takes on Florida State.

In two huge Big 12 matchups this weekend, three teams will battle each other and the weather for the conference championship. Texas travels to Waco to face Baylor where there is a 32 percent chance of freezing rain and Oklahoma will clash with Oklahoma State where there is a 10 percent chance of snow.

In the AAC, Louisville plays at Cincinnati where there is a 60 percent chance of rain and UCF travels to Southern Methodist where there is a 31 percent chance of freezing rain.

And there is a 40 percent chance of rain in Houston when Marshall battles Rice for the C-USA title.

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12/03/2013 11:18 PM

4th Quarter Covers - Week 14

December 3, 2013

Glancing at the scoreboard won't tell you the whole story in most games. Here are the games that went down to the wire relative to the spread in the fourth quarter last week in college football. Each week, there are several teams that cover despite not necessarily deserving it, as well as other teams that played much better than the final score shows, get the details in this weekly column.

Mississippi State (+3) 17, Mississippi 10: Ole Miss took a 10-7 lead early in the second half and that score would remain until late in the fourth quarter. Mississippi State had a productive drive early in the fourth quarter, but that threat ended with an interception. With just over two minutes to go, the Bulldogs were able to tie the game with a field goal. They actually got the ball back again after forcing an Ole Miss three-and-out, but the game-winning attempt missed in the closing seconds. In overtime, Mississippi State was eventually dealt a tough decision going first. They were sitting with fourth and one from the three-yard line and opted to go for it. The plan worked with a Dak Prescott rush into the end zone and on defense, the Bulldogs forced a Bo Wallace fumble to end the game.

Ball State (-35) 55, Miami, OH 14: Ball State led 35-0 at the half, but that was just good enough to be even with this massive spread. Miami scored two touchdowns in the third quarter as the Cardinals entered the final frame 'only' leading by 31. Still aggressive on offense, Ball State connected for a 75-yard pass play early in the fourth quarter to get by the number with a late field goal added for good measure.

Syracuse (+2 ½) 34, Boston College 31: Syracuse needed this win to get to bowl eligibility, but they trailed 28-24 after a Boston College touchdown halfway through the fourth quarter. A field goal with five minutes to go put the Orange in position to cover down 28-27, but with two minutes to go, the Eagles settled for a short kick to go back up by four, taking advantage of an interception that set them up immediately in the red zone. Failing to get seven proved costly, however, as the Orange executed the two-minute drill to perfection, moving 75 yards in eight plays and scoring the game-winning touchdown with just six seconds on the clock.

Iowa State (+7 ½) 52, West Virginia 44: West Virginia stormed out to a 17-0 lead in this game and at one point, led 31-7 in the second quarter. Iowa State still trailed by 17 heading into the fourth quarter and they were still down 17 after a 76-yard pass play for the Mountaineers seemingly put the game away. With less than 10 minutes to go, Iowa State hit its own big play and then added a field goal with just four minutes to go to get within seven after a West Virginia fumble. On the next drive for the Mountaineers, a third down pass was intercepted as Iowa State was in great shape with just less than three minutes to go. It took five plays and Iowa State had tied the game. In the first two overtimes, there were four successful field goals as neither team could break through. Going first in the third session, Iowa State connected on the very first play for a 25-yard touchdown strike and then hit the two-point conversion. West Virginia was down to the Iowa State three-yard line in just two plays, but they could not get in as the Iowa State defense held.

Northwestern (-3 ½) 37, Illinois 34: Seeking its first Big Ten win of the season, Northwestern trailed Illinois, 27-23 entering the fourth quarter as a slight road favorite. With two touchdowns in a seven-minute span, the Wildcats went on top 37-27 with just eight minutes to go in the game, taking advantage of an Illinois interception. Both teams traded punts before Illinois managed to score with just over two minutes to go to get within three, getting back in beneath the spread. Northwestern was able to run out the clock to get the win, but Illinois earned the cover as Northwestern closed the conference season 1-7 S/U and ATS.

Indiana (-20 ½) 56, Purdue 36: Indiana led 35-9 at the half and with two more touchdowns, the rout was on with the Hoosiers leading 49-9 with less than six minutes to go in the third quarter, nearly doubling the spread with the 40-point margin. The Indiana defense has certainly had some issues this season and in a 10-minute span, Purdue put three consecutive touchdown drives together, the last of which came on an 80-yard pass play. That put Purdue within 19, but Indiana would add its own touchdown with just over three minutes to go. With a minute left, Purdue scored again and the failed two-point conversion put the margin at 20 points, just short of the favorite spread for most.

Connecticut (+2) 28, Rutgers 17: Rutgers led 17-14 entering the fourth quarter in this game, needing one more win to be bowl eligible. Connecticut punched in a touchdown to take the lead in the first minute of the fourth quarter and then the Huskies had the ball back with an interception a few plays later. Later in the frame, Connecticut put the game away with a 12-play drive for another touchdown and the last chance for the Knights resulted in another interception.

Georgia (-2 ½) 41, Georgia Tech 34: The Bulldogs would not have it any other way with another dramatic finish in this rivalry game. Georgia Tech led 20-0 early in this game, but Georgia pulled within three just before the start of the fourth quarter. It seemed like the Yellow Jackets had wrapped things up with a 10-point lead after a fourth quarter touchdown, but Georgia answered with a 13-play scoring drive to get back within three. An interception on a rare pass play from the Yellow Jackets changed everything and with about four minutes to go, Georgia tied the game. Georgia Tech actually moved to the Georgia 40-yard line, but eventually had to punt and the game went to overtime. Both teams scored touchdowns with relative ease in the first overtime session and it took Georgia just one play to score again going first in the second overtime. Georgia Tech got down to the Georgia three-yard line, but went backwards from there and eventually failed on fourth down as the road favorite Bulldogs escaped with a lucky cover.

Missouri (-4) 28, Texas A&M 21: The Missouri defense held Johnny Manziel in check, but the Tigers needed to rally from a halftime deficit with an SEC East title on the line. Missouri led 21-14 entering the fourth quarter, but Texas A&M tied the game early in the fourth. Both teams traded punts twice with the game tied at 21-21 and it appeared that it might be a field goal game either way before Henry Josey broke a 57-yard run for the Tigers to take a seven-point lead. The Missouri defense held and the Tigers kept their incredible ATS season going.

Virginia Tech (-10 ½) 16, Virginia 6: There was no scoring in the entire second half of this game, despite Virginia Tech having five possessions that reached Virginia territory. The defense for the Hokies dominated, but those on the road favorite could not get the points they needed in a narrow defeat.

Texas-San Antonio (-16 ½) 30, Louisiana Tech 10: This was a seven-point game at the half after a late interception return touchdown for the heavy underdog Bulldogs. The Roadrunners did not get by the spread until settling for a short field goal with 11 minutes left in the game. UTSA added another field goal later in the fourth to put the margin at 20 points, but covering the spread was at great risk as Louisiana Tech had first and goal on its final drive before three incomplete passes and a sack ended the threat.

New Mexico State (-2 ½) 24, Idaho 16: New Mexico State clung to a one-point lead after a short field goal from Idaho late in the third quarter. Early in the final frame, the Aggies found the end zone to push the margin to eight points, where the game closed despite Idaho getting inside the 20 on two separate fourth quarter drives.

South Carolina (-2) 31, Clemson 17: This was a tie game at 17-17 entering the fourth quarter, but Clemson's three fourth quarter drives all ended in turnovers. Despite posting fewer than 50 yards in the fourth quarter on offense, the Gamecocks added 14 points to deliver another win in this heated series. Clemson held South Carolina to just 318 yards but had six turnovers in the game compared with none for the Gamecocks.

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12/03/2013 11:19 PM

Tulane accepts New Orleans Bowl bid

December 3, 2013



NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Tulane has accepted an invitation to play against Louisiana-Lafayette in the New Orleans Bowl.

The Green Wave's confirmation of the bowl bid Tuesday marks the program's first chance to play a postseason game since the Hawaii Bowl in 2002.

Tulane had 10 straight losing seasons before second-year coach Curtis Johnson led the Green Wave to a 7-5 record this season.

Tulane was in contention to win Conference USA's West Division until falling 17-13 at division-winner Rice on Saturday.

Louisiana-Lafayette, which accepted its bowl bid after losing to Louisiana-Monroe on Saturday night, has won the past two New Orleans Bowls.

The game is played in the Superdome, which has been Tulane's home field since 1975.

However, Tulane is slated to open a new on-campus stadium next season.

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12/04/2013 01:41 AM

ACC Championship Football Game History

The Atlantic Coast Conference is the postseason title game for the conference, and it is held on the first Saturday in December. The 12-team league was divided equally into two divisions of six teams each, with the best conference record in each division meeting for the title. Due to future expansion, each division will increase over the next two years with Pittsburgh and Syracuse joining in 2013. Louisville will fill the void of Maryland in 2014, who is leaving for the Big Ten in the same year.

The inaugural game was played in 2005 with Virginia Tech entering the game as a two-touchdown favorite against Florida State. Things didn't exactly go according to play for Frank Beamer and the Hokies, as the Seminoles paid off handsomely with a 27-22 outright victory. The following season, the underdog came through again, with Wake Forest winning an ugly 9-6 slugfest.

From 2007-2010, the favorite reigned supreme, with Virginia Tech claiming the title in three of those four games. The over also connected from 2008 through 2010, but the total has been split down the middle in eight championship games to date. The same holds true for the favorite and underdog, with each covering four times.

Since the inception of the championship game format, the Atlantic Division champion has four titles, and the Coastal Division champion has four titles. Six of the 12 ACC teams have made an appearance in the championship game, with Duke, Maryland, Miami, North Carolina, North Carolina State and Virginia never appearing in the big game.

Virginia Tech (3) and Florida State (2) are the only schools to have multiple championships.

ACC Championship History

Year Location Matchup Line Score ATS Result

2012 Charlotte, NC Florida State-Georgia Tech Florida State -14 (62) Florida State 21-15 Underdog-Under

2011 Charlotte, NC Virginia Tech-Clemson Virginia Tech -7 (54) Clemson 38-10 Underdog-Under

2010 Charlotte, NC Virginia Tech-Florida State Virginia Tech -4.5 (51) Virginia Tech 44-33 Favorite-Over

2009 Tampa Bay, FL Georgia Tech-Clemson Georgia Tech -1 (56.5) Georgia Tech 39-34 Favorite-Over

2008 Tampa Bay, FL Virginia Tech-Boston College Virginia Tech -1 (38.5) Virginia Tech 30-12 Favorite-Over

2007 Jacksonville, FL Virginia Tech-Boston College Virginia Tech -5 (48.5) Virginia Tech 30-16 Favorite-Under

2006 Jacksonville, FL Wake Forest-Georgia Tech Georgia Tech -3 (40.5) Wake Forest 9-6 Underdog-Under

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12/04/2013 01:43 AM

Big 10 Championship Football Game History

The Big Ten expanded to 12 teams prior to the 2011 season when Nebraska left the Big 12. That opened the door for a conference championship, which is played at Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis. The conference welcomes Maryland and Rutgers in 2014, as the Big Ten will play with six teams in each of their divisions (Legends and Leaders) once again in 2013.

Wisconsin won each of the first two Big Ten championships in the underdog role, beating Michigan State in 2011 and Nebraska in 2012. The Badgers claimed the "Leaders" division title both times, but the second instance was by default after Ohio State and Penn State were deemed ineligible for postseason play. After failing to cash as 9 ½-point favorites against Michigan State in 2011, the Badgers destroyed the Cornhuskers, 70-31 as short underdogs in 2012. The 'over' easily cashed both times, hitting by at least 25 points in the first two title games.

The 2013 Big Ten championship takes place on Saturday, December 7 in Indianapolis.

Big Ten Championship History

Year Location Matchup Line Score ATS Result

2012 Indianapolis, IN Wisconsin-Nebraska Nebraska -2.5 (48) Wisconsin 70-31 Underdog-Over

2011 Indianapolis, IN Wisconsin-Michigan State Wisconsin -9.5 (56) Wisconsin 42-39 Underdog-Over

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12/04/2013 01:44 AM

Big XII Championship Football Game History

The Big 12 Championship was the postseason title game for the conference from 1996 to 2010. The conference had 12 teams that were divided equally into the North and South divisions. The two division winners would meet in a pre-determined venue, which was rotated in six different cities from Texas (Arlington, San Antonio, Houston, Irving) and Missouri (Kansas City, St. Louis).

The inaugural game took place St. Louis, Missouri between Nebraska and Texas. The Longhorns pulled off a huge upset by capturing a 37-27 victory over the Cornhuskers as 20 ½-point underdogs, which was the largest 'dog to cover during this championship span.

In the 15 years when the game was played, Oklahoma appeared eight times in the title game and it won seven of those games. Texas (3) and Nebraska (2) are the only other schools that were able to capture multiple Big 12 championships.

The South Division owns an 11-4 record over the North.

Gamblers watched favorites produce an 8-7 mark against the spread. Total bettors saw the 'under' go 8-7.

Big 12 Championship History

Year Location Matchup Line Score ATS Result

2010 Dallas, TX Oklahoma-Nebraska Oklahoma -4.5 (51.5) Oklahoma 23-20 Underdog-Over

2009 Dallas, TX Texas-Nebraska Texas -14 (46.5) Texas 13-12 Underdog-Under

2008 Kansas City, MO Oklahoma-Missouri Oklahoma -17 (79) Oklahoma 62-21 Favorite-Over

2007 San Antonio, TX Oklahoma-Missouri Oklahoma -3 (64.5) Oklahoma 38-17 Favorite-Under

2006 Kansas City, MO Oklahoma-Nebraska Oklahoma -3.5 (45) Oklahoma 21-7 Favorite-Under

2005 Houston, TX Colorado-Texas Texas -25 (60.5) Texas 70-3 Favorite-Over

2004 Kansas City, MO Colorado-Oklahoma Oklahoma -22 (55) Oklahoma 42-3 Favorite-Under

2003 Kansas City, MO Kansas State-Oklahoma Oklahoma -14 (53) Kansas State 35-7 Underdog-Under

2002 Houston, TX Oklahoma-Colorado Oklahoma -7.5 (53) Oklahoma 29-7 Favorite-Under

2001 Irving, TX Colorado-Texas Texas -9 (48.5) Colorado 39-37 Underdog-Over

2000 Kansas City, MO Kansas State-Oklahoma Oklahoma -2.5 (53.5) Oklahoma 27-24 Underdog-Under

1999 San Antonio, TX Nebraska-Texas Nebraska -7(51) Nebraska 22-6 Favorite-Under

1998 St. Louis, MO Kansas State-Texas A&M Kansas State -17 (46.5) Texas A&M 36-33 Underdog-Over

1997 San Antonio, TX Nebraska-Texas A&M Nebraska -18 (52.5) Nebraska 54-15 Favorite-Over

1996 St. Louis, MO Nebraska-Texas Nebraska -20.5 (55.5) Texas 37-27 Underdog-Over

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12/04/2013 01:46 AM

C-USA Championship Football Game History

The Conference USA Championship is the postseason title game for the conference. The conference currently has 12 teams that are divided equally into the East and West divisions. The two division winners would meet on the homefield of the team with the better overall record.

The inaugural game took place in 2005 from Orlando, Florida with Tulsa defeating Central Florida 44-27 as a three-point road favorite. Including this win, the road team has gone 3-4 in the C-USA championship. The underdog has produced a 4-3 record against the spread during this span and the 'over' has also produced a 4-3 mark as well.

In 2011, Southern Mississippi knocked off Houston as a 12 ½-point road underdog, which was tied for the largest upset in C-USA championship history. In 2008, East Carolina stunned Tulsa 27-24 with the same point-spread.

Since the championship started, the East Division owns a 5-2 straight up record over the West and there hasn't been much change with the teams playing in this title game. Only six of the 12 schools in Conference USA have made an appearance. East Carolina and Central Florida have both won the championship twice, the only two to have multiple titles.


Conference USA Championship History

Year Location Matchup Line Score ATS Result

2012 Tulsa, Oklahoma Central Florida at Tulsa Tulas -2.5 (55) Tulsa 33-27 (OT) Favorite-Over

2011 Houston, Texas Southern Mississippi at Houston Houston -12.5 (73) Southern Mississippi 49-28 Underdog-Over

2010 Orlando, Florida SMU at Central Florida Central Florida -7.5 (55.5) Central Florida 17-7 Favorite-Under

2009 Greenville, North Carolina Houston at East Carolina Houston -2 (68.5) East Carolina 38-32 Underdog-Over

2008 Tulsa, Oklahoma East Carolina at Tulsa Tulsa -12.5 (66) East Carolina 27-24 Underdog-Under

2007 Orlando, Florida Tulsa at Central Florida Central Florida -7.5 (73.5) Central Florida 44-25 Underdog-Under

2006 Houston, Texas Southern Mississippi at Houston Houston -5 (52) Houston 34-20 Favorite-Over

2005 Orlando, Florida Tulsa at Central Florida Tulsa -3 (56.5) Tulsa 44-27 Favorite-Over

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12/04/2013 01:47 AM

MAC Championship Football Game History

The Mid-America Conference championship is the second-longest running league title game after the SEC (the Big 12 ended its championship after 2010). This league's contest has taken place at Ford Field in Detroit since 2003, as the game was previously played at the school with the best record (1997-2002). The winners of the Eastern and Western divisions of the MAC meet in the title game, as Northern Illinois has played in the championship each of the last three years.

The Huskies won the latest installment in two overtimes over Kent State, 44-37 as five-point favorites, as NIU claimed its second straight conference title. The victory by Northern Illinois snapped a four-game ATS skid for the favorites, as underdogs are now 10-6 ATS in the MAC championship. Marshall participated in the first six MAC title games (including five at home), winning five times before exiting the conference to head to Conference USA. Central Michigan currently owns the most MAC titles for active league members with three, while Northern Illinois, Miami (Ohio), and Toledo have each claimed two conference championships.

MAC Championship History

Year Location Matchup Line Score ATS Result

2012 Detroit, MI Northern Illinois-Kent State Northern Illinois -5 (60) Northern Illinois 44-37 (2OT) Favorite-Over

2011 Detroit, MI Ohio-Northern Illinois Northern Illinois -3.5 (71) Northern Illinois 23-20 Underdog-Under

2010 Detroit, MI Miami (Ohio)-Northern Illinois Northern Illinois -18.5 (55) Miami (Ohio) 26-21 Underdog-Under

2009 Detroit, MI Ohio-Central Michigan Central Michigan -14 (55.5) Central Michigan 20-10 Underdog-Under

2008 Detroit, MI Ball State-Buffalo Ball State -15 (63.5) Buffalo 42-24 Underdog-Over

2007 Detroit, MI Central Michigan-Miami (Ohio) Central Michigan -3 (63.5) Central Michigan 35-10 Favorite-Under

2006 Detroit, MI Ohio-Central Michigan Central Michigan -3 (47) Central Michigan 31-10 Favorite-Under

2005 Detroit, MI Akron-Northern Illinois Northern Illinois -13 (54) Akron 31-30 Underdog-Over

2004 Detroit, MI Toledo-Miami (Ohio) Miami (Ohio) -1 (65) Toledo 35-27 Underdog-Under

2003 Detroit, MI Bowling Green-Miami (Ohio) Miami (Ohio) -7 (57) Miami (Ohio) 49-27 Favorite-Over

2002 Huntington, WV Marshall-Toledo Marshall -3.5 (62.5) Marshall 49-45 Favorite-Over

2001 Toledo, OH Toledo-Marshall Marshall -3 (62.5) Toledo 41-36 Underdog-Over

2000 Huntington, WV Marshall-Western Michigan Western Michigan -6.5 (52) Marshall 19-14 Underdog-Under

1999 Huntington, WV Marshall-Western Michigan Marshall -20.5 (57) Marshall 34-30 Underdog-Over

1998 Huntington, WV Marshall-Toledo Marshall -12 (49) Marshall 23-17 Underdog-Under

1997 Huntington, WV Marshall-Toledo Marshall -1 (53) Marshall 34-14 Favorite-Under

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12/04/2013 01:48 AM

Pac-12 Championship Football Game History

The Pac-12 conference welcomed in Utah and Colorado prior to the 2011 season, as the league debuted its conference championship that season. The league split into two divisions with the North consisting of California, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford, Washington, and Washington State, while the South displays Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, UCLA, USC, and Utah. The venue for the championship game changes each season as the division champion with the best record will host the contest.

The underdog has covered in each of the first Pac-12 title games, even though the favorite won outright in each instance. Oregon closed as a 31-point home favorite over UCLA in the inaugural Pac 12 championship in 2011, as the Ducks topped the Bruins, 49-31. UCLA did not own the best record in the South division, as USC could not participate in the game due to NCAA sanctions. The Bruins qualified for the game in 2012 by owning the top mark in the South division, but fell to Stanford, 27-24 as eight-point underdogs. The 'over' cashed each time, including this past season on a 44 total, which is unusually low for a Pac 12 contest.

Pac-12 Championship History

Year Location Matchup Line Score ATS Result

2012 Palo Alto, CA Stanford-UCLA Stanford -8 (44) Stanford 27-24 Underdog-Over

2011 Eugene, OR Oregon-UCLA Oregon -31 (66.5) Oregon 49-31 Underdog-Over

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12/04/2013 01:49 AM

SEC Championship History

The Southeastern Conference championship is the most anticipated league title game in college football annually. After the first two SEC title games took place in Birmingham, Alabama (1992-93), the contest has been housed at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta starting in 1994, as the championship is played on the first Saturday of December. The champions of the Eastern and Western divisions meet as the most common matchup has been between Florida and Alabama (seven times). Excluding new SEC members Texas A&M and Missouri, the only teams never to play in an SEC championship are Mississippi, Vanderbilt, and Kentucky.

Florida owns the most SEC championships with seven, but only three of those titles have come since 1997. Both LSU and Alabama are tied with four titles, as the Crimson Tide rallied past Georgia in the 2012 installment of the SEC championship, 32-28. The Bulldogs covered as a 7 ½-point underdog, marking only the third time since 2006 in which the favorite has not cashed in this game. The 'over' has hit in each of the last four title games, but the losing team has scored at least 17 points just once in this span.


SEC Championship History

Year Location Matchup Line Score ATS Result

2012 Atlanta, GA Alabama-Georgia Alabama -7.5 (51) Alabama 32-28 Underdog-Over

2011 Atlanta, GA LSU-Georgia LSU -12.5 (46.5) LSU 42-10 Favorite-Over

2010 Atlanta, GA Auburn-South Carolina Auburn -3.5 (61) Auburn 56-17 Favorite-Over

2009 Atlanta, GA Alabama-Florida Florida -5 (41) Alabama 32-13 Underdog-Over

2008 Atlanta, GA Alabama-Florida Florida -10 (54) Florida 31-20 Favorite-Under

2007 Atlanta, GA LSU-Tennessee LSU -7 (58.5) LSU 21-14 Push-Under

2006 Atlanta, GA Arkansas-Florida Florida -3 (45) Florida 38-28 Favorite-Over

2005 Atlanta, GA LSU-Georgia LSU -2.5 (42) Georgia 34-14 Underdog-Over

2004 Atlanta, GA Auburn-Tennessee Auburn -14.5 (48) Auburn 38-28 Underdog-Over

2003 Atlanta, GA Georgia-LSU LSU -3 (42) LSU 34-13 Favorite-Over

2002 Atlanta, GA Arkansas-Georgia Georgia -8 (46) Georgia 30-3 Favorite-Under

2001 Atlanta, GA LSU-Tennessee Tennessee -7 (54) LSU 31-20 Underdog-Under

2000 Atlanta, GA Auburn-Florida Florida -9.5 (52.5) Florida 28-6 Favorite-Under

1999 Atlanta, GA Alabama-Florida Florida -7 (51) Alabama 34-7 Underdog-Under

1998 Atlanta, GA Tennessee-Miss. State Tennessee -14 (48) Tennessee 24-14 Underdog-Under

1997 Atlanta, GA Tennessee-Auburn Tennessee -7 (58) Tennessee 30-29 Underdog-Over

1996 Atlanta, GA Alabama-Florida Florida -14.5 (49.5) Florida 45-30 Favorite-Over

1995 Atlanta, GA Arkansas-Florida Florida -24 (58) Florida 34-3 Favorite-Under

1994 Atlanta, GA Alabama-Florida Florida -7 (46) Florida 24-23 Underdog-Over

1993 Birmingham, AL Alabama-Florida Florida -4 (43.5) Florida 28-13 Favorite-Under

1992 Birmingham, AL Alabama-Florida Alabama -10 (36.5) Alabama 28-21 Underdog-Over

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