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Unfortunately, for Georgia, the more we dug into their prospects, the more we realized that we weren’t a good fit for them. One of their biggest drivers of revenue is the land they own, so that was out of the question. When it became clear that this deal wasn’t going to happen, we were able to take them off our list, and reduce their lead volume by about 60%.
Georgia has cruised into the title game with an undefeated record that has come via a stifling defense and big play offense that has been able to stretch the field whenever it deems necessary. Alabama, meanwhile, has struggled up front offensively and not been nearly as dominant defensively as we have seen in the past. The Crimson Tide struggled last week in a quadruple overtime win over rival Auburn, but coach Nick Saban knows how to win when it counts, and he's led his team to the precipice of back-to-back SEC titles yet again. Offensive line has to be better: It's safe to say that last weekend's game vs. Auburn was a total disaster for the Crimson Tide offensive line. They gave up 11 tackles for loss, quarterback Bryce Young was sacked seven times and they averaged just 1.92 yards per carry. That was against Auburn. Comparing Auburn's defensive front to Georgia's is like comparing a pee wee flag football team to the Green Bay Packers.
George Pickens is back: The star wide receiver for the Bulldogs got a few snaps and caught one pass last week against Georgia Tech in what was his first action since tearing his ACL during spring practice. It's clear at this point that coach Kirby Smart did that for one reason and one reason alone -- getting him ready for the stretch run. The junior caught 36 passes for 513 yards and six touchdowns in eight games last season, and added 49 catches for 727 yards and eight touchdowns in 14 games as a true freshman in 2019. (Source: www.cbssports.com)