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FutureStarrAlabama Georgia 2020
What does the Pacific Northwest have to do with Dementia in America? The answer offers hope for April, a state like you've never seen before and one that shares a border with your state. Broadband internet and state-of-the-art technology are the foundations at the south side of Alabama creating a completely transformed economy. and Georgia in 2020.
Also, around the country today, the big surprises have involved the SEC. South Carolina picked off Bo Nix three times in a 30-22 win against No. 15 Auburn. And Kentucky opened the scoring with two pick-sixes to rout No. 18 Tennessee, 34-7. It's only Oct. 17 and only four SEC teams have one or fewer losses: Alabama (3-0), Georgia (3-0), Florida (2-1) and Texas A&M (3-1)
Smith and Waddle were already having great seasons, but the Crimson Tide's dynamic receiving duo took it to new heights on Saturday. Waddle's 161 yards were a career-high, but only second-best on his team against Georgia as Smith bested him by 6 yards. It was the first time in school history that Alabama had two players surpass 150 yards receiving in a game. Smith's 11 catches bring his season total to a team-high 38 through just four games. His leaping, contested touchdown grab with 9:32 remaining sealed the victory for Alabama. It also moved him into second place on the school's all-time receiving touchdowns list behind Amari Cooper. (Source: www.cbssports.com)
Even a positive COVID-19 test in the middle of a game week could not stop Nick Saban from continuing his streak of perfection against his former assistants as No. 2 Alabama outlasted No. 3 Georgia 41-24 on Saturday night in a game with SEC championship and College Football Playoff implications. Alabama announced several hours before kickoff that Saban had been cleared to coach from the sideline following a series of negative tests, and he oversaw another offensive masterpiece from the Crimson Tide as he improved to 22-0 all-time against his former assistants.
Georgia led 24-17 in the second quarter after scoring on four consecutive first-half possessions. But Alabama stole some momentum by driving into scoring range with 23 seconds left until halftime before Will Reichard hit a 52-yard field goal as time expired in the first half. The Crimson Tide never looked back. After punting on its first series of the third quarter, Alabama launched an aerial assault that even the vaunted Georgia defense could not slow. The Tide closed the game on a 24-0 run, shutting out the Bulldogs in the second half. (Source: www.cbssports.com)