Everybody knows that the Alabama Crimson Tide is heading towards their straight eight-win this season. The opponent is also preparing for them to fight and win the game. Crimson Tide won’t be leaving any loose ends in their preparations during practice ground or the play.
The match will take place between Georgia Bulldogs vs. Alabama Crimson Tide. It will kick off at 08:00 PM ET, and it will officially go on air on ESPN. We have also confirmed that the match will be broadcast live from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana.
We will discuss all the match details, including picks, predictions, and odds, for you. Don’t be worried a bit. Just stick with us, and get the latest updates from here.
Georgia Bulldogs Vs. Alabama Crimson Tide Predictions
Do you know that Nick Saban has been preparing so hard after losing against Georgia Bulldogs in his first year? Yes, he lost that game but not after that because he was sure to get out of that mess.
However, Saban has led the Crimson Tide in three SEC Championship throughout the last decade. Even four years ago, he led the team to the College Football Playoff of the National Championship. Due to all these shorts, Georgia can go below Alabama Indianapolis on Monday Night because Alabama is growing its favor to the fans.
Both of the team has enough fans nationally and globally waiting to watch their play. Fans are always predicted based on their perspective towards the gameplay of their favorite team. However, Crimson Tide and Georgia have not met each other more than 10 times in the last two decades, so it’s a bit confusing to be certain about the score.
None of those other matches have less than 48 points in the game. So, the prediction says that the score will also go higher enough to give it a real shot this time. Georgia’s defense will stay confident as history remembers in such an excellent match.
Do you know that Georgia hasn’t won any National Championship in four decades? So they are trying really hard to win their first victory. Previously, the Bulldogs were once caught off-guard during the SEC Championship Match, and it was one of the worst experiences for them. They won’t let it happen again in the rematch now.
Where to Watch Georgia vs. Alabama ?
Yes, that’s the most interesting question we often get from our readers. We always explain them this way that we collect resources for you, including all the live streaming links and TV channels options. Just to make sure that you must have the legal channel to watch the game as a fan of your favorite team. Check below for the source link to watch Georgia vs. Alabama Crimson play.
- Game time: 7 PM CT/8 PM ET on Monday, Jan. 10
- Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
- Watch the Game on TV: ESPN, ESPN broadcasters are scheduled to be Chris Fowler (play-by-play), Kirk Herbstreit (analyst), Holly Rowe (Alabama sideline reporter), and Molly McGrath (Georgia sideline reporter).
- Other TV Channels: On DirecTV, ESPN is channel 206. On Dish, ESPN is channel 140.
- Online Live Stream: ESPN.com/watch
- Online Radio Broadcast: Alabama radio broadcast | Georgia radio broadcast
Georgia Bulldogs Betting Analysis
Stetson Bennett IV has had a great season as Georgia’s starting quarterback. In this offense, the Bulldogs don’t ask too much of him in his ability to pass the ball since they only have one receiver on their roster – Josh Harvey-Clemons.
Despite not throwing for more than 300 yards per game, Stetson is averaging 10.1 YPA against Alabama and Michigan, respectively, in these two games, where he topped that number with at least 32 attempts each time out!
Kirby Smart wants Georgia to run the football 40 times for 200+ yards and rely on their defense rather than passing it 35 times again because if you do so, both teams will be battling fatigue late into this game!
The Georgia Bulldogs have a big day planned for tight end Ben Bowers, their top target in the passing game. However, one of the many receivers on offense could be more than up to the task- wide receiver George Pickens.
After returning from a torn ACL by playing well during bowl games, with that being determined to keep that not happening again. At least not against Alabama in college football’s SEC Championship Game last year (for which he only had five catches). His Heisman Trophy candidacy should continue this season if he can find success against Indiana.
Georgia’s defense did an excellent job holding Alabama to just 76 yards on the ground last month. However, the Bulldogs secondary struggled with the passing game and couldn’t sack Bryce Young.
This is a front seven that will be playing for NFL teams soon enough- not this season, but before long. The two big-name guys are Jordan Davis (LB) and Nakobe Dean (CB). Other than those 8 or 9 starters, there isn’t much talent on this unit right now.
Georgia will want to make amends for its performance against Alabama in their first meeting during next year’s SEC Championship Game.
Alabama Crimson Tide Betting Analysis
Young has been spectacular for the Crimson Tide this season, and he might struggle in his second game against Georgia. Young became the first Alabama quarterback to win a Heisman Trophy after throwing 4500 yards with 46 touchdowns while only tossing five picks.
What has made him so great is how brilliant he was on Dec. 2 when they won their conference championship against Georgia by clocking up 421 passing yards with three scores that day.
However, despite all those accomplishments, Young isn’t exceptionally mobile. He is being sacked 35 times during the year, making it challenging for his team if they have trouble stopping creative fronts and blitzes from opponents.
Alabama’s offense had issues in the Cotton Bowl, too. The team didn’t have star receiver John Metchie III and could contain their passing game against Cincinnati. Young threw for just 181 yards (6.5 YPA), and Jameson Williams had only seven catches for 62 yards.
On that day- a significant decrease from his average of 20+ receptions per game this season with Bama without Metchie there, as well as last month’s performance versus Georgia on Dec. 29, where he caught 184 yds/2 TDs receiving.
Alabama doesn’t have any other receivers who can take pressure off Williams either with him out of the lineup or since no one has replaced him yet at Alabama.
With all of the top receivers for both teams on their respective rosters, Alabama’s Slade Bolden is an average receiver that will not be a problem to Georgia’s defense. Alabama won’t have much success running against Georgia’s front seven, who have some of the best players in college football this year.
The Crimson Tide don’t really have offensive line talent, while Georgia has one superlative player and two other quality one’s upfront. Henry Too Too should escape with 17 sacks.
But otherwise, there are few playmakers across their defensive line and linebacker corps for either team. Home-field advantage may win out here because it can affect game flow more than most realize.
Georgia will finally claim its third national championship on Monday night. The Bulldogs have had a long time coming, and Kirby Smart will be happy that they won the game just like Alabama did last year with their comeback victory over Georgia during the College Football Playoff National Championship Game.