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Date: Saturday, Oct. 17 | Time: 8 p.m. ET
Location: Bryant-Denny Stadium — Tuscaloosa, Alabama
No. 2 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia will face off in the Game of the Year in college football to this point.
Both teams are 3-0, with differing degrees of satisfaction through three weeks. Alabama’s defense struggled to defend Ole Miss’s dynamic offense in a high-scoring win last week, while Georgia’s defense continued to mash opposing offenses in a dominant win over Tennessee. Add on Nick Saban’s positive COVID-19 test this week, and Saturday’s matchup is fascinating.
While that’s the biggest news entering the game, the fact remains that — with or without Saban in attendance — there’s a lot on the line for both teams in a game that could serve as an SEC Championship Game preview (and possible College Football Playoff preview as well). These are the only two SEC teams who have yet to suffer a loss this season, and after Saturday, only one will remain undefeated. It’s also a classic matchup of offense versus defense as the landscape in the SEC has shifted in recent years.
I was initially on Alabama to cover this spread when they were six-point favorites before the Saban news broke, and I haven’t changed my mind since. We can’t know what kind of impact Saban’s absence will have on the team, but his staff is full of coaches who have been in charge of major programs like USC, Texas and Tennessee. They know what to do.
The game will still be decided by the players no matter what, and although Georgia’s defense is phenomenal, I don’t think there’s a defense in the country that can stop Alabama’s offense. You might slow it down, but it’s likely going to score at least 27 points. What I don’t know is whether Georgia’s offense, which hasn’t been all that explosive to begin with, can keep pace with Stetson Bennett at quarterback in his first career road start. So I’ll stick with my original feeling and lay the points with the Crimson Tide.