WHERE: The Georgia Dome
WHEN: Saturday 4 PM, EST
WHO: Georgia vs. LSU
Last time out: #4 LSU beat Georgia 20-13 after a controversial excessive celebration foul called on A.J. Green with a two-play, 16-second drive resulting in a Charles Scott Touchdown on October 3, 2009.
Last time in an SEC Championship Game: #13 Georgia beat #3 LSU 34-13. Georgia dominated the Tigers 34-14 in front of 73,717 fans in the Georgia Dome to capture the school's 12th conference title.
Georgia head coach Mark Richt will meet with reporters over the phone during the SEC's championship teleconference from 5:00-5:30 PM. LSU head coach Les Miles will meet with reporters over the phone during the SEC's championship teleconference from 5:30-6:00 PM.
In order to see Richt's comments from the teleconference with the media click here...
In order to see Miles' comments from the teleconference with the media click here...
Richt updated the media on the availability on Crowell, Samuel and Jones. To read more about the injury updates click here...
At or just after 6 PM Las Vegas betting lines will be out for the game. It is expected that the Tigers will be at least a ten-point favorite over the Bulldogs... some think the line will be as big as 17 points...
The Bulldogs opened up as a ten-point underdog at 4:30 PM on Sunday.
BCS standings will be revealed at 8 PM. It is expected that the Tigers will remain #1 in the standings.
Aaron Murray, Brandon Boykin and Jarvis Jones will meet with the media via teleconference at 1 PM. LSU's Brandon Taylor, Morris Claiborne and Will Blackwell players will follow the Bulldogs on the call.
LSU coach Les Miles and the Tigers will meet with the media at 1:15 PM on Monday.
Georgia returns to practice in the evening. The Bulldogs typically hold a closed practice on Monday to work on conditioning.
At noon Georgia will have its regularly-scheduled weekly press conference. Mark Richt's portion of the event will be broadcast by 680 AM in Atlanta.
The Bulldogs will practice in the afternoon after classes are complete. This is typically a full pads practice for the Bulldogs.
At 12:20 PM Mark Richt will meet with members of the media via teleconference to discuss the SEC Championship Game.
The Bulldogs will practice in the afternoon. Wednesday practices can vairy for the Bulldogs in terms of full pads or not.
Richt will meet with Athens-based beat media as is typical for Wednesdays during the season.
The Bulldogs typically practice at Sanford Stadium with noise pumped into the stadium to simulate game-like conditions as much as possible.
Richt and players are not made available to the media on Thursday.
At noon the Regions Bank Coaches Luncheon kicks off the Friday festivities around the Georgia Dome.
Following the luncheon, Mark Richt and Les Miles will meet with the media separately and also take a picture with the 2011 SEC Trophy together.
From 3-4:30 PM, the Bulldogs will practice at the Georgia Dome. LSU will follow Georgia - practicing from 4:30-6 PM.
The popular college football show "College Gameday" will air live from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
The 2011 SEC Championship Game kicks off at 4 PM on CBS.