How Alabama’s defense will fare against Georgia’s offense in SEC Championship Game

The greatest video game of the year for the Crimson Tide is on the horizon as the SEC National Championship versus the Georgia Bulldogs looms near.

Alabama will require a total video game to come out of this one with a W, and I’m persuaded that they can do it.

The Alabama defense has actually gotten some criticism this season due to an absence of production, something that Nick Saban-coached groups aren’t too utilized to dealing with.

Georgia is ranked 27th in overall offense on the year, so we understand that they aren’t loading the most effective punch entering this one, however with as great of a defense as they have, they don’t usually need to score a great deal of indicate win football video games.

The Dawgs are acquiring at a clip of 442.3 lawns per video game. For contrast, Alabama acquires about 492.2 lawns per video game.

UGA will run the football much better than they toss it, they’re balancing 202 lawns per video game when hurrying. Understanding this, Alabama isn’t dealing with the most vibrant offense in the SEC. Stopping the run would keep Georgia QB Stetson Bennett on his heels if he’s required to go back and make tight tosses. He hasn’t dealt with misfortune all year. If Alabama can make that occur, you can make the case that they can win the football video game.

The Crimson Tide defense looked fantastic recently versus Auburn in the Iron Bowl. If that Alabama defense appears, anticipate a lot closer of a video game than the professionals want to make you think this will be.

Watch Alabama handle Georgia in the SEC National Championship on Saturday at 3:00 p.m. CST on your regional CBS station.

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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.