|1999 SEC Championship Game|
1999 SEC Championship logo.
|Date||December 4, 1999|
|MVP||Freddie Milons, Alabama|
|Favorite||Florida by 7|
|United States TV coverage|
|Announcers:||Brad Nessler play-by-play|
Bob Griese color
|SEC Championship Game
|1999 SEC football standings|
|#12 Florida x||7||–||1||9||–||4|
|#8 Alabama x†||7||–||1||10||–||3|
|#13 Mississippi State||6||–||2||10||–||2|
|#22 Ole Miss||4||–||4||8||–||4|
|Championship: Alabama 34, Florida 7|
|† – BCS representative as champion |
x – Division champion/co-champions
Rankings from AP Poll
The 1999 SEC Championship Game was won by the Alabama Crimson Tide 34-7 over the Florida Gators. The game was played in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia on December 4, 1999 and was televised to a national audience on CBS.
|1||13:20||4 plays, 55 yards||1:40||Florida||Erron Kinney 3 yd pass from Earnest Graham (Jeff Chandler kick)||7||0|
|2||11:03||9 plays, 61 yards||4:01||Alabama||Ryan Pflugner 29 yd field goal||7||3|
|2:03||4 plays, 5 yards||2:00||Alabama||Ryan Pflugner 48 yd field goal||7||6|
|0:30||4 plays, 36 yards||1:12||Alabama||Jason McAddley 27 yd pass from Andrew Zow (two point conversion failed)||7||12|
|3||3:12||14 plays, 23 yards||7:15||Alabama||Ryan Pflugner 49 yd field goal||7||15|
|4||11:54||5 plays, 92 yards||2:59||Alabama||Freddie Milons 77 yd run (Ryan Pflugner kick)||7||22|
|11:36||—||Alabama||Reggie Grimes 38 yd interception return (Ryan Pflugner kick failed)||7||28|
|3:58||2 plays, 12 yards||0:49||Alabama||Shaun Alexander 7 yd run (two point conversion failed)||7||34|
- "SEC Championship History". http://www.vegasinsider.com/college-football/history/championship/sec/. Retrieved 27 November 2012.
- Recap of the game from SECsports.com
- Box score and statistics from RollTide.com
- Box ccore and statistics from GatorZone.com
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