LSU Are The 2019 SEC Champions

LSU beat UGA 37 to 10 and is now the 2019 SEC Champions.

Last night, Louisiana State University welcomed the University of Georgia to their home field for the SEC Championship game. Both UGA and LSU had dominating seasons. LSU beat UGA 37 to 10 and is now the 2019 SEC Champions.

University of Georgia

The University of Georgia played an outstanding 2019 season. After defeating Georgia Tech 52 to 7 on November 30th, the Bulldogs momentum was high. They ended the postseason with an impresses record of 11-1 and clinching the number 4 seed. Last night the Georgia Bulldogs met the number two seed, the LSU Tigers. The Bulldogs struggled the first three-quarters of the championship game. Quarterback Jake Fromm had a 47.6% competition rate. Fromm had 225 passing yards, one touchdown and threw two interceptions. The leading rusher is Brian Herrien. Herrien had eight carries for 24 yards. The leading receiver is George Pickens. Pickens had four receptions, which totaled 54 yards. Pickens also scored the team’s only touchdown. The Bulldogs defense had trouble stopping the Tigers last night; however, they were able to get two sacks.

Louisiana State University

The Louisiana State University Tigers played a stellar 2019 season. The Tigers ended the postseason undefeated. During last night’s game, the Tigers dominated all four quarters of the game. The leading passer on the Tigers is Joe Burrow. Burrow completion ratio last night was 73.7%. Burrow had 349 yards passing and threw four touchdowns. The leading rusher is Clyde Edwards-Helaire. Edwards-Helaire had 15 carries for 57 yards. The leading receiver is Justin Jefferson. Jefferson had seven receptions for 115 yards. Jefferson scored one touchdown. The defense also played stellar by having three sacks and holding the Bulldogs to 10 points.

The world can still hear LSU fans celebrating their victory. The Tigers are officially ranked number one in the final college football ranking. The Tigers will play Oklahoma for the College Football Playoffs Semifinals on December 28th in the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl.

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