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SEC Championship Odds & Predictions 2023

Written by: Tanner Kern
Updated November 22, 2023
10 min read

Alabama and Georgia, the two heavyweights of the SEC, are set to collide for the conference championship on December 2. This collision has been expected all season, but both teams have clinched their title berth.

The Crimson Tide, a heavy underdog in this contest, will represent the West, and Georgia will headline the East. The Bulldogs are looking for another undefeated season en route to their third straight National Championship. 

However, they can’t afford to lose to Alabama in the conference championship because it looks like the SEC will only get one team in the College Football Playoff. If Alabama were to win, both teams would have one loss, but the head-to-head victory would send the Crimson Tide to the playoffs. 

We break down the conference every two weeks from a betting standpoint. Check back every other Wednesday for the news you need to know about betting on the SEC Championship Game.

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SEC Championship Game Is Set

Both teams are playing their best football heading into the SEC Championship Game, but they still have one regular season contest. The Bulldogs shouldn’t have much trouble on the road against Georgia Tech. 

They will play this rivalry game on Saturday night on ABC. The Yellow Jackets will look to play spoiler on Saturday, but they shouldn’t be able to contain the Bulldogs in the trenches. Alabama has a slightly tougher game at Auburn. 

The Iron Bowl is always one of Alabama's most demanding games of the season. The Crimson Tide are much better than the Tigers, but playing on the road against their biggest rival makes things difficult. 

This game has many iconic moments over the years, including the Kick Six. We expect Auburn will challenge Alabama, but it won’t be enough to win. Both teams should advance to the SEC Championship game with wins in their regular season finale. 

The tough news for Alabama regarding the SEC Championship is that Brock Bowers will return for Georgia. Bowers hurt his ankle a month ago and underwent surgery, but he is healthy. 

Bowers is Georgia’s best offensive weapon and adds another level to the Bulldogs offense. Alabama’s defense has performed well this season, but they must find an answer for the tight end. 

Despite having Bowers, Georgia still is on upset alert against the Crimson Tide. Early in the season, Alabama QB Jalen Milroe wasn’t ready for the moment. Although, this has changed, and the quarterback is one of the most improved players in the country. 

Milroe must be special to beat Georgia, and he has the skillset. The Crimson Tide’s coaching staff has done an excellent job getting his legs involved. If Milroe can run the ball well, and the Tide’s defense can step up, we believe a big upset could occur in the SEC Championship Game. 

SEC Championship Winner - Alabama

Alabama must play the perfect game to beat Georgia, but the team has experience and one of the best leaders in Nick Saban. Saban has coached in plenty of big games and beaten superior teams. We believe this will happen in the SEC Championship Game.

How to Place a Futures Bet on the SEC

Future bets are when you wager on an event that isn’t immediately occurring. The process to place an SEC future bet is simple. Go to the sportsbook of your choice and head over to the college football tab.

There should be a conference championship future bets area that will display the SEC teams. The odds will vary from book to book, but the favorites in the conference will always be Georgia, Alabama, and LSU.

Once you’re logged into your sportsbook, you can place the wagers within the conference. There are usually many conference props and total bets you can also take a look at while betting.

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Tanner Kern has been working in the betting industry since 2020. He currently is a social media content creator at DraftKings and contributes to multiple sites in addition to WSN, including Forbes and VSiN. He is also the cohost of the podcast Ride the Line at WSN.

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