Having laid a 36-0 whupping on Auburn (the largest Iron Bowl margin since 1962), now the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide gets ready for the SEC championship game against Florida, ranked No. 2 in the latest Associated Press poll. Despite the Gators’ previous loss to Ole Miss, undefeated Alabama will almost certainly be the underdog going into Saturday’s showdown in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome. At least one sports pundit thinks ‘Bama can win:
Florida might be the fastest team in the history of college football. . . .
Florida also has quarterback Tim Tebow, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, and one of the country’s most improved defenses. . . .
But the Gators won’t beat Alabama in Saturday’s SEC championship game in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome. . . .
Nothing will be more gratifying for Alabama than beating the Gators on Saturday night. . . .
Alabama has the necessary ingredients — a stifling, physical defense and a punishing, ball-control offense — to slow the Gators down. . . .
[T]he Crimson Tide will win by doing what they’ve done all along: playing great defense and controlling the clock with their running game. . . .
And the Gators haven’t seen a team as strong or menacing as the Crimson Tide.
This is the cue for all Florida fans to start trashing ‘Bama in the comments.
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