The Alabama Crimson Tide celebrated its 42-13 defeat of Missouri on Dec. 6, 2014, to win the Southeastern Conference Championship. The SEC, in conjunction with the AMB Sports & Entertainment and the Georgia World Congress Center Authority, on Tuesday announced a 10-year agreement that will keep the conference’s annual championship football game in Atlanta through 2026.
The Alabama Crimson Tide celebrated its 42-13 defeat of Missouri on Dec. 6, 2014, to win the Southeastern Conference Championship. The SEC, in conjunction with the AMB Sports & Entertainment and the Georgia World Congress Center Authority, on Tuesday announced a 10-year agreement that will keep the conference’s annual championship football game in Atlanta through 2026. File photo by BRANT SANDERLIN Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Alabama Crimson Tide celebrated its 42-13 defeat of Missouri on Dec. 6, 2014, to win the Southeastern Conference Championship. The SEC, in conjunction with the AMB Sports & Entertainment and the Georgia World Congress Center Authority, on Tuesday announced a 10-year agreement that will keep the conference’s annual championship football game in Atlanta through 2026. File photo by BRANT SANDERLIN Atlanta Journal-Constitution

SEC Championship Game to remain in Atlanta through 2026

September 08, 2015 01:36 PM

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