The No. 13 Bulldogs let the No. 3 Tigers know they were in the building, and some.
ATLANTA - The last thing Mark Richt said to his team before it left the locker room Saturday evening to play in the SEC Championship Game was, "Make sure they know we're here."
By the end of the game, there was no doubt of that, as the No. 13 Bulldogs' footprints were all over No. 3 LSU. Georgia dominated the Tigers 34-14 in front of 73,717 fans in the Georgia Dome to capture the school's 12th conference title.
"I can't describe the feeling I'm feeling right now," said defensive coordinator Willie Martinez, whose unit held LSU to 151 yards until the Tigers' final drive of the game. "I'm sitting here looking at the scoreboard, and I can't believe we're SEC Champions."