The 2017 college football season reaches its thrilling conclusion at last
It’s a bad time to hate the SEC. On Monday, the Southeastern Conference will prove unavoidable when Alabama, college football’s gold standard, attempts to fend off Georgia, an unholy union of Bitcoin and wheat pennies vying to return to greatness through a combination of old tricks and new blood.
The two SEC rivals meet on Monday
The College Football Playoff National Championship begin at 8 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast live on ESPN (live stream).
Alabama: This is Kirby Smart’s show
He has built his name as the architect behind present Crimson Tide head coach Nick Saban’s defenses during stints at LSU, the Miami Dolphins and Alabama, but it’s his offense that will keep Saban up late in the run-up to Monday’s season finale.
Georgia: The Bulldogs are powered by Nick Chubb and Sony Michel
The two tailbacks run like glitched NFL Blitz sprites. Their ability to find space and alienate defenses has cleared the way for freshman quarterback Jake Fromm to shine en route to a 13-1 campaign.
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