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Will the student become the master? That is the question Tom Rinaldi will ask in the three-thousand ESPN commercials you will see this week. Every single time these two teams have played against each other since 2016, it has been one for the history books, and next Monday will be no different. There are a few stark differences between these two teams. Scoring on Georgia’s defense is harder than the guy whose taken two Viagra at a bachelor party; they have three defensive first-rounders on most draft boards. However, Bryce Young is a much better quarterback than Stetson Bennett, and ‘Bama just beat Cincinnati like an Irish immigrant coming home to a cold dinner pre-prohibition with their RUNNING attack.
This game will come down to what happens in the trenches. Bryce Young maneuvered in a clean pocket behind a stellar game by Alabama’s offensive line when these teams faced off about a month ago. I don’t think that will happen again. Georgia’s defensive line is watching more tape than Dennis Reynolds this week. They are going to figure out what went wrong and as good as Bryce Young has been in his first year as the starting quarterback, he’s going to make some mistakes when that happens. Vegas likes Georgia -3; I agree with them. I think Kirby Smart has gotten the inferiority complex with Nick Saban out of his system. For years, I used to beat up my little brother every day until one day after he started lifting weights and clocked me in the nose. This is when Kirby Smart punches back. Go Dawgs.
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