NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Nearly every college football fan will
tune in to watch the highly anticipated LSU-Alabama showdown.
The matchup between the top ranked teams in the country feels
like the Southeastern Conference championship game. Only it's not.
It may not even decide who wins the SEC Western Division.
That's one reason Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray says he will
find someplace to eat that shows the LSU-Alabama game and the
matchup between No. 10 South Carolina and No. 8 Arkansas.
Either the Bulldogs or Gamecocks will represent the overlooked
SEC East in the actual title game on Dec. 3 against either the
Tigers, Crimson Tide or possibly even the Razorbacks from the West.