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Dec 1, 2012; Atlanta, GA, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron (10) is sacked by Georgia Bulldogs defensive lineman John Jenkins (6) during the second quarter in the 2012 SEC Championship game at the Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

SEC Media Days 2013: Alabama, Georgia Picked to Play For SEC Championship

Predicted standings for the 2013 Southeastern Conference were released on Thursday morning on the final day of SEC Media Days, and if the media gets their wish we will be in for a rematch of the 2012 SEC Championship game. The media chose Alabama and Georgia to win their respective divisions, which would set up the rematch from a year ago.

Last year’s game was an epic game, so if we could be treated to a rematch it would be hard for anyone to complain. The real question will be whether the winner of this year’s SEC title game will be able to take home the BCS National Championship and keep the conference’s reign on college football alive.

The media picked Alabama as the overwhelming favorite to take home the 2013 SEC Championship. It’s hard to argue that vote.

Alabama — 182

Georgia — 38

South Carolina – 18

Texas A&M – 4

LSU — 1

Here is the predicted order of finish for the SEC divisions as decided on by the media ballot:

Eastern Division

Georgia (149) — 1570

South Carolina (75) — 1474

Florida (19) — 1300

Vanderbilt – 858

Tennessee – 694

Missouri – 577

Kentucky – 331

Western Division

Alabama (225) — 1681

Texas A&M (11) — 1333

LSU (7) — 1324

Ole Miss – 883

Mississippi State – 516

Arkansas – 488

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