It absolutely had "Round of the Year" minutes, however Saturday's gathering between No. 2 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia — which pitted the Tide's highest level offense against Georgia's highest level guard — wound up in an anticipated 41-24 win for the Crimson Tide.
The game couldn't have begun more regrettable for Alabama (4-0, 4-0 SEC) after Georgia's Azeez Ojulari constrained a capture on the principal play from scrimmage by Mac Jones. Three plays later, a Justin Eboigbe block attempt of Stetson Bennett set the pace for what might be a wild first half. Bennett was effective early, coordinating Jones' detail line of two scores and a capture in the initial 30 minutes.
For some time, it appeared as though Alabama's safeguard — which set up a generally awful exertion against Ole Miss — would cost the Tide once more: Georgia (3-1, 3-1 SEC) took a 24-17 lead with not exactly a moment staying in the half on a 5-yard score association among Bennett and Jermaine Burton. Be that as it may, Alabama figured out how to sneak in a 52-yard field objective with a second staying to make the score 24-20 at halftime. The kick, it appeared, totally reversed the situation of the game.
Alabama's protection reacted amazingly in the subsequent half, holding Georgia scoreless and driving two punts, two captures and a missed field objective endeavor. Then, Alabama scored on three continuous drives, covered by a 90-yard Jaylen Waddle score get, a 2-yard Najee Harris score run and a 13-yard DeVonta Smith score get, individually.
Against that No. 1 Georgia guard, Jones finished 24 of 32 passes for 410 yards, four scores and a block attempt. Harris was similarly amazing, surging multiple times for 152 yards and a score. Collectors Smith (11 gets, 167 yards, two scores), Waddle (six gets, 161 yards, one score) and John Metchie III (three gets, 50 yards, one score) additionally had superb games.
Bennett completed the game finishing 18 of 40 passes for 269 yards, with two scores and three interferences. Running back Zamir White surged multiple times for 57 yards, while running back James Cook drove all Bulldogs in accepting yards: He had four gatherings for 101 yards and a score. Burton had four gets for 58 yards alongside his score.
The following are the live updates, features and scores from Saturday's main five SEC matchup among Alabama and Georgia in Tuscaloosa.