Bill Connelly went and ranked all eight conference championships, from the official (SEC, Big Ten, etc.) to the de facto (Oklahoma-Oklahoma State, Big East battle royale), finding Georgia vs. LSU ranks second:
Granted, there is at least a little bit of 9-6 potential in this game, but not a lot. Both teams have underrated offenses that should be able to manufacture a few drives. Honestly, the lower-scoring the game is, the better it is for Georgia; they are banged up in the backfield and try not to put too much pressure on Aaron Murray's arm. So you potentially have a choice to make: points or upset potential. Which will it be? LSU spotted Arkansas 14 points then went on a rampage last weekend. Does Georgia have the ability to keep things close and avoid wearing down at the end?