Crimson Tide look to upset consistent Bulldogs
The Week 14 SEC championship game this season consists of the 12-0 Georgia Bulldogs facing the 11-1 Alabama Crimson Tide. The Tide’s loss this season came in Week 2 against the Texas Longhorns. In the AP Top 25, the Bulldogs are No. 1, and the Crimson Tide are No. 8.
In Week 13, Alabama defeated the Auburn Tigers after quarterback Jalen Milroe completed a touchdown pass to wide receiver Isaiah Bond on fourth down with more than 30 yards to go. They won 27-24.
Last time out for the Bulldogs, they defeated Georgia Tech 31-23. Running back Kendall Milton ran for 156 yards on 18 carries and added two touchdowns.
Bulldogs’ defense looks to slow down Milroe
The Georgia defense will face a dual-threat quarterback in Jalen Milroe in the SEC title game. In Week 13, Milroe had 259 passing yards and two touchdowns while adding 107 rushing yards. Earlier this season against fellow SEC contender LSU, Milroe had 155 rushing yards and four touchdowns.
Bulldogs’ path to victory may include clean game from Beck
Bulldogs first-year starter Carson Beck threw for 175 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in Week 13 against Georgia Tech. He has thrown two interceptions over his past three games. Both teams have capable offenses and defenses. For the Bulldogs, they’ll look to halt the turnovers from Beck against the Crimson Tide.
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Following Week 13, the Bulldogs and Crimson Tide each added three players to the injury report. The Crimson Tide added one receiver, while the Bulldogs added three, including Ladd McConkey.
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