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The SEC Championship game will give one team a birth in the BCS Championship game against Notre Dame. Will it be Alabama seeking its second consecutive title or will Georgia find a way to punch its ticket to the big dance. The game which will be played in the Georgia Dome is scheduled for a 4 p.m. EST kickoff and can be seen on CBS.
Ranked No. 2 and No. 3, Alabama and Georgia both are 11-1 on the season.
So who is favored in the Alabama Crimson Tide versus Georgia Bulldogs game? Alabama is a 7.5 point favorite with the over/under set at 50.5 points at most places.
There is little to be said about this game that has not already been dissected by every media outlet.
Losing means missing out on a shot at the BCS Championship. It also likely means missing out on a BCS Bowl game altogether as No. 5 Florida, another SEC team, is poised to move up claiming one of the prized BCS spots.
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The Crimson Tide locked up a spot in the title game in Miami on Jan. 7 with a 32-28 victory over Georgia in the SEC championship game Saturday.
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Nothing has to be worse than throwing a horrific interception directly to Ha’Sean Clinton-Dixon and then getting absolutely leveled by a massive Alabama defensive tackle. This hit was definitely helmet to helmet, but it wasn’t as much of a blindside hit as you might think. If you look closely, Murray sees Dial at the very last second, but unfortunately for him it was too...
Alabama will get its shot at BCS history. For the first time since Ohio State made back-to-back trips to the BCS National Championship Game in 2007 and 2008, we have a return contender for the BCS title in the Crimson Tide.
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I think this game comes down to how well Georgia’s offensive skill positions (running back, quarterback, wide receiver) respond to pressure from Alabama’s defense. If both Keith Marshall and Todd Gurley find success in the running game—opening up options in the passing game for guys like Chris Conley, Arthur Lynch, Malcolm Mitchell, and Tavarres King—then Murray should find...
ATLANTA The dry erase board lie right where Kenarious Gates kicked it: Face down, right next to the helmet he discarded and the chair he knocked over.
That board, along with its clones littered around Georgia's sideline, has become the calling card of Georgia victories this season, with written statements being held up for cameras and fans alike. It might have been the "...
As Alabama and Georgia prepare for Saturday’s Southeastern Conference Championship Game in Atlanta, for some reason, much more has been made of Alabama’s one loss than has been made of Georgia being beaten once this season. In fact, there has been more talk about the Crimson Tide’s one loss in 2011 than about the defeat suffered by the Bulldogs.
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ATLANTA - Tavarres King talks about Georgia's 32-28 loss to Alabama.
The Southeastern Conference was begun and, fittingly, Alabama won the first SEC Championship. Saturday night in Atlanta, the Crimson Tide won its 23rd. A part of that remarkable record is that Bama is the only team to have won league titles in each of the parts of nine decades of the conference.