After a disappointing 7-5 season, LSU has accepted a bid to the Chick-fil-A Bowl in Atlanta. The bowl matchups were announced on Sunday, but Chick-fil-A bowl representatives made a trip to Baton Rouge yesterday to officially welcome the Tigers to play #14 Georgia Tech on Dec. 31.
LSU will have their hands full with Georgia Tech's rushing attack. Under Les Miles, the Tigers haven't lost a bowl game and an already agitated fan base would become unruly if LSU picks up their 5th loss of the season. LSU has a history of playing in the Atlanta game (formerly the Peach Bowl), where they recently defeated Miami in 2005.
Here's a look at the SEC Bowl games this year:
Independence Bowl (Dec. 28 on ESPN): Northern Illinois vs. Louisiana Tech*
PapaJohns.com Bowl (Dec. 29 on ESPN): NC State vs. Rutgers*
Music City Bowl (Dec. 31 on ESPN): Vanderbilt vs. Boston College
Chick-fil-A Bowl (Dec. 31 on ESPN): LSU vs. Georgia Tech
Outback Bowl (Jan. 1 on ESPN): South Carolina vs. Iowa
Capital One Bowl (Jan. 1 on ABC): Georgia vs. Michigan State
Cotton Bowl (Jan. 2 on Fox): Ole Miss vs. Texas Tech
Liberty Bowl (Jan. 2 on ESPN): Kentucky vs. East Carolina
Sugar Bowl (Jan. 2 on Fox): Alabama vs. Utah
BCS National Championship (Jan. 8 on Fox): Florida vs. Oklahoma
*Not enough SEC teams bowl eligible
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