BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) -- The Southeastern Conference championship game will remain at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta at least through 2015.
SEC Commissioner Mike Slive said Monday the league has agreed on a five-year extension to keep the game at the Dome.
The game has sold out every year except for 1995, the year after its move to the dome.
Last year's matchup between Alabama and Florida drew nearly 76,000 fans, the most to attend a sporting event in the Georgia Dome.
The 2009 championship game will be Dec. 5.
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