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Oh boy, had they. And now it would be deafening, 41 years of frustration echoing around this team. Alabama and coach Nick Saban had tortured Georgia and Smart, serving as their championship impediment over and over. The 2017 national championship game. The 2018 SEC championship game. A top-five showdown in Tuscaloosa last year that helped decide who would win that national title. Now this.

Smart’s overpowering defense had been shockingly shredded in December’s SEC title game, producing zero sacks and zero turnovers while giving up its most points of the season by far. The tweak from that game to this: more man-to-man coverage, less zone, more blitzers going after Young. And the Georgia defense got its revenge, producing four sacks and two interceptions of Young, hitting him repeatedly and forcing 22 incompletions. The Dogs’ D kept the Crimson Tide out of the end zone for nearly 50 minutes, rising up repeatedly in the red zone and surrendering just one touchdown. Alabama’s 18 points were its fewest in 40 games, since the 2018 CFP championship game loss to Clemson. (Source: www.si.com)

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At a place like Alabama, where the championships just keep coming, it can be hard to distinguish them. Who was the quarterback in 2015? Jake Coker? I’d almost forgotten him. At Georgia, the one undisputed, undefeated title stands out in bittersweet bold type. The 1980 team will forever hold its own place in program lore, when Vince Dooley finally won it all behind an almost mythical freshman running back named Herschel Walker. “A complete team,” Dooley says. “In every phase of the game, we were good. It was a special team.”

But Daniels couldn’t stay healthy, and Bennett was back in the starting lineup for good by the fourth game of the season. He is on pace to break Aaron Murray’s single-season pass efficiency record at Georgia, but many fans continued to declare Bennett could never win a shootout game against a quarterback the caliber of Alabama’s Young. When he threw two interceptions in the loss to the Crimson Tide in December, the “outside noise” Smart referred to was deafening. (Source: www.si.com)

 

 

 

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