Notre Dame Fighting Irish’ BCS Championship Game opponent will be determined in the SEC championship game when the 11-1 Alabama Crimson Tide will face the 11-1 Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday afternoon December 1st. The Crimson Tide and Bulldogs will begin from a neutral field at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta at 4PM Eastern Time and you can watch it live over CBS TV.
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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Alabama Crimson Tide favored by -7 ½ points with an over under line of 50 points. Bettors who play on the Alabama Crimson Tide on the money line will lay -330 odds. Those who believe the Georgia Bulldogs can pull off the straight up win in the SEC Championship game can take back +270 odds for their money line wager.
The Crimson Tide’s lone blemish on the season came in a 29-24 home loss to the Texas A&M Aggies three weeks ago. The loss came on the heels of an emotional 21-17 road win at the LSU Tigers. Alabama head coach Nick Saban commented how he felt the win at LSU drained his team and they lacked energy for the Aggies contest. The Georgia Bulldogs loss was a lot worse as the team suffered a beat down to the South Carolina Gamecocks on October 6th 35-7 as a +1 point underdog. The Bulldogs seemed to have a hard time dealing with the physical bone crunching hits dealt by the Gamecocks in the loss. Alabama defensively is a lot like South Carolina on the offensive and defensive line and this could pose a problem for the Bulldogs who were not competitive in the game. The Crimson Tide has the best defense in college football as they allow just 233 yards and only 9 points a game. Georgia allowed Tennessee 44 points and South Carolina 35 points this season. The Bulldogs defense is 69th in all of college football defending the run as they allow 163 yards per game on the ground this season.