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There are SEC rivals, including teacher versus pupil with the coaches, quarterback Jake Fromm who originally committed to Alabama before flipping to Georgia, and President Trump attending the game.Monday night’s College Football Playoff title game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Alabama Crimson Tide for the national championship, as billed, or for regional bragging rights? For the last three seasons, the two have been one and the same.
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Last year’s CFP National championship game between Alabama and Clemson was a rematch of the 2015 final. Those two schools are 326 miles apart. This year’s combatants are only 273 miles apart and hail from the same football-crazed corner of the country and the same powerhouse league: the vaunted Southeastern Conference. Serendipitously, Monday game will be played at Atlanta’s brand new Mercedes-Benz Stadium before an audience including the president of the United States. No area of the country cares more about college football or has enjoyed more success in it than the deep south. But does the region dominate because they care more … or do they care more because they are so dominant?
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Probably a little bit of both. In 2016, the SEC unveiled “It Just Means More” as its new slogan and it was stroke of marketing genius, encapsulating in four words what had been undeniably true of the region’s feelings on college athletics for decades. America’s cultural obsession with sports has been well-documented for over a century, but one must keep in mind that professional sports is a relatively new phenomenon in the south. The Atlanta Braves of baseball’s National League, the first top-flight professional sports team in the region, didn’t throw their first pitch after re-locating from Milwaukee until April 1966. The gridiron came next with the Atlanta Falcons beginning operations in the fall of that year and the New Orleans Saints arriving in 1967.
Thus the region’s fans have historically treated their college teams with the primacy afforded to professional franchises just about anywhere else. And these fans are fervent. States like Kentucky and North Carolina adopted basketball as their sport of choice, but for the rest of the deep south, the gridiron was and remains king. Alabama claims to have won 18 national championships with the first coming in 1925. Georgia’s first claimed title would come two years later in 1927. Southern football’s dominance has been solidified over the past two decades. Over the last 20 years, Alabama has won five national championships, but conference mates Florida (two), Louisiana State (two), Tennessee and Auburn (one apiece) have also won titles. Southern schools Florida State (two) and Clemson (one, last year) have also raised banners since the unified national championship system known as the Bowl Championship Series started in 1998.
But the question remains as to whether this kind of regional dominance is good for the sport at large. Television ratings do not measure the fervor of the those watching, but the fact remains that the highest rated championship in the playoff era was the first one three years ago, when Ohio State topped Oregon, neither of whom are south-eastern schools. The highest rated title game from the BCS era, which ran from 1998-2013, was the legendary 2005 Rose Bowl game between Texas and USC, also schools from outside the region. With Alabama coach Nick Saban probably the only household name featured in this title game, it would not be surprising to see ratings dip again.
But it should be a good one.
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Despite being in the same conference, this will be the first meeting between the two teams this season. Alabama smothered top-ranked Clemson on New Year’s Day in the Sugar Bowl, while Georgia roared back from a 17-point deficit to nip Oklahoma in overtime in the Rose Bowl.
On offense, Georgia relies heavily on its running game. In the win over Oklahoma, the Bulldogs’ running back tandem of Sony Michel and Nick Chubb combined for 326 yards on the ground and five touchdowns. For the season, both Michel and Chubb have tallied over 1,000 yards individually and both seniors are expected to be high draft picks in April’s NFL Draft.