Richard’s kickoff hits the final zone for the touchback. Georgia starts at their own 25 and… Alabama’s Christian Harris immediately dismissed Georgia’s Stetson Bennett for a huge 14-yard loss. However, a late penalty for the game on defense gives them an extra five yards.
However, still down a second.
Frank A. James gives the most appreciated encouragement by email here:
It’s almost good to play through the game. Thanks. UGA ’61
So far, an “almost play” has been one of the most exciting.
Domain Destination (Alabama)
Georgia 0-3 Alabama, 9:55, 1st quarter
On 1St. & 10, Youngs Throw Incomplete. It was strange not to run back there. Young throws here again, for Zagori Brooks, which is good for five yards. However, the Alabama Drive ends at the Georgia 19 Yard line. Worthy work to field Alabama. Will Richard’s 37-yard effort is good, hey, at least three is better than six, so it’s considered a successful starting move for them.
Georgia 0-0 Alabama, 11:06, 1st quarter
Young sees Bolton for another big gain, which is almost as good as another first down. Trey Sanders runs to pick it up.
Georgia 0-0 Alabama, 11:37, 1st leg
Young throws an incomplete Cameroon Lattu in First Town and targets him again in Second Town, which is good for nine yards. They only need one hand, so Young hands it over to Robinson Jr. Alabama is in Georgia 25th.
Georgia 0-0 Alabama, 13:18, 1st quarter
Big break for Alabama. On the 2ndnd & 10, Young gives it 11 yards and a first down to Jameson Williams.
Georgia 0-0 Alabama, 13:23, 1st quarter
Alabama QB Price Young joins Slate Bolton for 11kg gain and first cut. In the next play, Young is taken to the stadium, where Georgia heals up and seems to take it to Touch Town, but the authorities are going to double-check whether it is incomplete pasta.
They rule … it’s an incomplete pass so there is no touchdown, it’s down a second.
Georgia 0-0 Alabama, 14:34, 1st quarter
Alabama start on their own 25th after the opening kick. Brian Robinson Jr. gets the ball for the first two innings, which takes them to 33 runs.
Flip the coin
Georgia calls tails. It tails. Georgia decides, they decide to postpone and pick up the ball to start the second half.
As a patriotic fan, I have to say it was the right choice.
Gospel singer Natalie Grant presents the country version of the Star-Spongled banner, which is way, way, very showpod-y to my personal tastes. 4/10.
Space Force flag view at flags event!
Okay, we’re getting closer to the opening kick planned (the game airs on ESPN, for those who are surprised). In fact, we’re here for the opening montage time. We get the … marching band version of the ‘Safety Dance’ for men without hats.
The song does not mention the red poppy wave I know.
When we refer to the changed playoff system, in 2014 the NCAA adopted the four-game system. However, there is already some talk about expanding the field to include 12 teams. But both sides are far from reaching an agreement. Given the way of all games, this may be unavoidable.
Well, the preface may have tilted my hand a little. I hope Alabama wins this but (because we have to make this interesting) Georgia can gain a relatively late lead at least temporarily in the game. My random stab at the final score: Alabama 30-27 Georgia.
It was taken from someone who has been focusing more on the NFL than the college game over the past few months. I welcome your predictions, you can email or tweet it to [email protected]HunterFelt.
These two teams are not very popular with fans, but again, there are rarely any schools that can come to the championship game.
The inevitable steely tone connection
Have you ever wondered how Stiley Tan’s “Deacon Blues” refer to the Alabama football team? Well, Tim Creerson of Mel Magazine Is here to tell How Donald Fagan and Walter Becker lurked on the line “Call Alabama the Crimson Tight” in their most pessimistic songs and how it became a staple of the marching band in Alabama.
Hello, and welcome to the 2022 College Football Playoffs National Championship match between third-ranked Georgia and first-ranked Alabama. Longtime NCAA football fans will not be surprised that these are the final two teams. Both teams have a long-standing rivalry, though often unilaterally. Georgia last beat Alabama in 2007, which was much longer than your brain thought.
So, Nick Saban’s Crimson Tight should be considered a favorite here. Heck, as the Ringer’s Rodger Sherman points out, the Bulldogs’ Alabama jealousy drove them away They got out of the way to snatch Saban from the coaching tree, Georgia head coach Kirby is the former defensive coordinator of Smart Saban. The trick is to shake off the feeling that Georgia is permanently stuck playing the joggernaut catchup of modern college football.
Alabama has already beaten Georgia in the SEC Championship. 41-24 shelling of maximum order. With a 34-11 win in the Orange Cup the Bulldogs retreated from it and should be extra motivated. Meanwhile, the Crimson Tide actually beat Cincinnati 27-6.
Georgia have not played for its first championship in over 40 years, they last won it all in 1980, they are playing to get a huge monkey off its back. Alabama, meanwhile, are here to prove they are still the most dominant team in the nation and to win their first follow-up championship in the current playoff era.
If you would like to participate in this live blog, send us your feedback. You can email (to [email protected]) or Twitter (for this) HunterFelt) Our game is scheduled to start at 8:00 pm EST, but we will come back with more commentary before heading to the initial kickoff. This is the 2022 College Football Championship between Georgia and Alabama at Lucas Oil Stadium!