The line for Saturday's SEC Championship Game between Georgia and LSU is swinging wildly towards the Tigers. LSU opened as a 10 point favorite but the spread had grown to 14 points by Tuesday evening with plenty of time left before Saturday's game.
While Georgia is looking for some respect on Saturday, the Bulldogs could benefit from catching LSU looking ahead to the BCS title game. Many are predicting the Tigers as a lock for the title game regardless of the outcome of the SEC Championship. That didn't sit well with Georgia linebacker Christian Robinson who voiced his displeasure to ESPN.com.
"Everybody thinks we can't do it, and everybody's saying that no matter what we do that LSU's going to end up in the national championship. I took that as kind of a slap in the face,"
"I'm not trying to start anything," he added. "But at the same time, this is the biggest game I've ever played in. This late in the season, playing the No. 1 team for something that matters, this is what we came here to do. I want to win, and I'm not taking it lightly."
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