TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) -- That running back duo in the Southeastern Conference championship game has been punishingly effective all season.
Pick a team -- No. 3 Georgia or No. 2 Alabama -- the description fits.
Bulldogs freshmen Todd Gurley and Keith Marshall roll into Saturday's game with 1,858 combined yards and 22 touchdowns.
The Crimson Tide counters with Eddie Lacy, freshman T.J. Yeldon and their collective 1,848 yards and 24 TDs.
The stats hardly settle the debate of which tailback tandem is better.
"They've got two great running backs," Tide cornerback Dee Milliner said. "We've got two, three great running backs here."
Well, that's no help.
There's not an easy answer. Both backfield combinations have been terrific. If one player gets winded, the other goes in. One gets a little dinged up, no problem.
Fresh legs, and no rest for the weary defenses.
It has been Alabama's formula since Nick Saban arrived. The two-tailback system has flourished with 2009 Heisman Trophy wi...