LSU SEC Championships in Football
The Tigers are one of the top conference winners with 11 SEC football titles
Bernie Moore
In 13 seasons (1935-47) as the
head football coach, Moore led his
teams to an overall 83–39–6
record including the University's
first two SEC titles.  Moore became
the Southeastern Conference
commissioner in 1948.
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With the win over Georgia, fans in the Bayou are roaring once again.
LSU SEC Conference Crowns
Year
Coach, Overall Record and SEC Record
1935
Bernie Moore  9–2, 5–0
1936
Bernie Moore  9–1--1, 5–0
1958
Paul Dietzel 11–0, 6–0 - National Championship Season
1961
Paul Dietzel 10–1, 6–0
1970
Charles McClendon 9–3,  5–0
1986
Bill Arnsparger 9–3,  5–1
1988
Mike Archer 10–1–1, 6–1
2001
Nick Saban 10–3, 5–3
2003
Nick Saban 13–1, 7–1 - National Championship Season
2007
Les Miles SEC 12–2, 6–2 - National Championship Season
2011
Les Miles SEC 13–0, 8–0- Will play for the BCS Championship
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Cholly Mac
In 18 seasons (1962-79) as
the head football coach,
Charley McClendon led his
teams to an overall 137–59–7
record.  McClendon coached at
a time when Alabama was
dominant, but led the Tigers to
a 1970 Southeastern
Conference title.
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Notes from the 2011 SEC Championship Game
Tyrann "Honey Badger" Mathieu dazzled a national television audience and  a sold-out
gathering at "he"Georgia Dome, with a punt return for a touchdown and set up two
more scores with another punt return and a fumble recovery, as No. 1 LSU  buried No.
12 Georgia, 42-10,o n Saturday for the SEC title and a berth in the BCS National
Championship Game.

The (13-0) Tigers had trouble against the Bulldogs early and managed only 36 feet in
the first half, but that came back with 32 unanswered points in the second half. It was
the Tigers fourth league title in five seasons and they will play for their fourth national
championship (1958, 2003, 2007) on Jan. 9 in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

A lackluster offense behind Jordan Jefferson, who played the entire game,  fell behind
10-0 in the fist quarter. However, as they began to shut down the Dawgs' offense and
Aaron Murray, who had catchable passes dropped early,  Mathieu's 62-yard
touchdown salvaged a second quarter. After going scoreless in the first half, the
Tigers and special teams opened the flood gates in the third quarter.

"Last night I dreamed I would score three touchdowns," said Mathieu. "I came close to
that. I put  pressure on myself then transfer hat pressure to my teammaes to win the
game.

"I  felt we needed to chnage the momentum and it was the pefect time for that punt
return. When I make one guy miss, I'm, on my way."

Freshman running back Kenny Hillard, who began his career as a 240-pound fullback,
is becoming one of the Tigers best runners. H ran 15, 4 and 8 yards for touchdowns
and caught an eight-yard touchdown pass from Jefferson. Hillardis now tied fr the
temlesd is rushng touchdowns wih eight.

After leading 10-7 at he half, Georgia managed only 36 yards in the third quarter as
Murray was interceopted by Mo Claiborne for a 46-yard touchdwon.

In the fourth quarter, LSU put the game on ice with a 48-yard touchdown run by Alfred
Blue, and a 45-yard interception for a touchdown by Claiborne.

Blue became the thrid running back to eclipse 500 yards rushing this sason, as the
sophomre added 94 yards on eight carries. Michael Ford gaind 34 yards on six runs
and starter Spencer Ware added 13 yards on six trips.

Jefferson was 5-of-13 passing for 30 yards with the TD pass to Hilliard. Jarrette Lee
did not play.
Tigers Head Coach
Les Miles
Has now led LSU to two
SEC football titles
Nick Saban and Les Miles
Changed his Stripes
Before he became the Crimson
Tide head coach, Nick Saban led
the Tigers to the 2001 and 2003
SEC titles