There is no doubt that the Southeastern Conference is home of college football’s most talented teams. Every year, the SEC championship game is one of the must-see match ups of the year and the team that hoists the conference championship trophy has been going on to become the BCS National Champions.
This year, when the SEC champion is crowned, there will be some minor changes to the post-game ceremony. Today, we learned that the SEC Championship trophy received a makeover.
The change to the trophy wasn’t major, but the differences allow the trophy to be much cleaner and sleeker. The top is now rounded and the SEC logo comes to the face of the trophy rather than the top.
Here is the brand new trophy for the Southeastern Conference:
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For a comparison, you can see an image of the old championship trophy here.
What do you think of the new Southeastern Conference Championship trophy and who do you think will be the team that gets to hoist the trophy following the championship game? Share your thoughts and predictions for the upcoming season in our comments section and let your voice be heard.
Topics: Sec Football