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Andy Wittry | NCAA.com | December 2, 2017

When is the SEC Championship Game?

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The 2017 SEC Championship Game will be held in a first-year venue this winter as Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium will host the conference championship.

Related: Auburn defeats Alabama 26-14 in the 82nd Iron Bowl

The game is scheduled for Dec. 2, with kickoff set for 4 p.m. ET. Alabama has won the SEC Championship Game in each of the last three seasons and then continued on to the College Football Playoff. The Tide won't get a shot for a fourth straight conference title this year.

Auburn defeated No. 1 Alabama 26-14 in the 82nd Iron Bowl. The win clinched the SEC West and a spot in the SEC Championship Game, where the Tigers will play Georgia. The Bulldogs clinched the SEC East with a win over South Carolina in Week 10. 

SEC East Standings

School Conference Record Overall Record
Georgia * 7-1 11-1
South Carolina 5-3 8-4
Kentucky 4-4 7-5
Missouri 4-4 7-5
Florida 3-5 4-7
Vanderbilt 1-7 5-7
Tennessee 0-8 4-8

*Indicates Georgia has clinched the SEC East title

SEC West Standings

School Conference Record Overall Record
Auburn * 7-1 10-2
Alabama 7-1 11-1
LSU 6-2 9-3
Mississippi State 4-4 8-4
Texas A&M 4-4 7-5
Ole Miss 3-5 6-6
Arkansas 1-7 4-8

*Indicates Auburn has clinched the SEC West title

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