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In 2009, Stinchcomb was inducted into Georgia's Circle of Honor.

Welcome to SportsNation! On Thursday, former Georgia Bulldog all-American Matt Stinchcomb stops by to chat about this weekend's SEC Championship matchup between Georgia and LSU.

A four-year player at Georgia, Stinchcomb earned two all-American honors (1997-98), before going on to a seven-year NFL career. He was the 18th overall pick in the 1999 NFL draft by the Oakland Raiders, playing in Super Bowl XXXVII. He joined ESPN in June 2009 and serves as an analyst for ESPNU.

In advance of Saturday's title game, Stinchcomb, his brother Jon and former Bulldog quarterbacks David Greene and D.J. Shockley will volunteer at Allstate SEC Good Works Day, an annual service project featuring volunteers from Allstate and the SEC to support Atlanta's CHRIS Kids.

Send your questions now and join Stinchcomb Thursday at noon ET!

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