Tifton native ready for Georgia-Alabama championship game

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If results on the hardwood are any measure, Georgia already has a leg up on Alabama in Monday's College Football Playoff national championship game. "It's about all of them", Saban said Saturday.

Although watching the game in the comfortable setting at home will be the way to go for many, plenty of fans will venture out to various venues in Middle Georgia to watch amongst their Bulldogs brethren. "I just want to win". Alabama practiced at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. "I'm not anxious at all". If Georgia needs someone to spy Hurts, it could be Smith.

Not everyone coming will share that opinion. And just a few days after the new corporate sponsorship was announced, the theater will be showing the championship game on a 50 inch screen.

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Mullen coached Mississippi State last season before joining the Gators and his Bulldogs were one of three to face both Alabama and Georgia this season. "You know a lot of wins, a lot of bowls, a lot of happy people", said Dill. The team's most recent national title was in 2015 under current head coach Nick Saban.

Georgia is searching for its first national championship since 1980, second overall, in its first trip to the playoff. "It shows you how important a game like this is".

35-minute mark: I take a look at some other SEC headlines, including Tennessee's chances of pulling a recruiting upset with 4-star linebacker JJ Peterson, 4-star wide receiver Anthony Schwartz's commitment to Auburn, the latest on the coaching drama at LSU involving offensive coordinator Matt Canada, Martez Ivy's decision to return to Florida and Texas A&M's hiring of Mike Elko as defensive coordinator.

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