Georgia Bulldogs Game Today: Georgia Bulldogs vs. Alabama Crimson Tide injury report, spread, over/under, schedule, live stream, TV channel in College Football Championship Game

Stetson Bennett reacts after a touchdown in the SEC Championship game. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images)
Stetson Bennett reacts after a touchdown in the SEC Championship game. (Photo by Todd Kirkland/Getty Images) /

The long-awaited 2021 College Football Playoff Championship is finally here as the Georgia Bulldogs take on the Alabama Crimson Tide for an SEC Championship Game rematch. Still, it’s for all the marbles, not just conference ones.

Georgia is looking to get revenge against Alabama after a terrible SEC Championship performance. Not to mention that 41-year drought is still nagging at the Dawgs, so tonight’s game has much on the line.

The Dawgs seem focused and ready for this revenge showdown against the one team that still seems to have their number. Even though it’s been seven straight games, this season has proven that droughts eventually end, so tonight could be that night.

Georgia Bulldogs Injury Report vs. Alabama Crimson Tide for the College Football Championship Game:

The Dawgs are about as healthy as they possibly can be. Georgia has all the weapons they need to get the job done against the Tide, and it’s exciting because now they can go wide open with this offense.

Georgia can utilize all of its offensive weapons and let that defense do its job. George Pickens is good to go. Christopher Smith and Jamaree Salyer are healthy. The one concern was Brock Bowers with his shoulder, but evidently, he dealt with that all season, so there is no concern there.

Meanwhile, Alabama has a few offensive linemen that are banged up, and they’re missing John Metchie after he got hurt in the SEC Championship. The Tide has a healthy Brian Robinson, though, which they didn’t for the conference game, so it could be the piece they need to replace Metchie as much as they can because Metchie is pretty irreplaceable.

It will be interesting how these two starting lineups look with Alabama working through injuries while Georgia has a healthy team for the first time all season.

Georgia Bulldogs vs. Alabama Crimson Tide odds and betting pick for the College Football Championship Game:

The Dawgs and Tide are two teams that match up pretty nicely on paper. However, we all know that Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Bryce Young is the elite quarterback when comparing the two. He manhandled the Dawgs defense last time, so can he do it again in the second matchup?

Georgia averages 39 points a game, while Alabama averages 41 points a game.

The Dawgs enter the College Football Championship Game as a 2.5 point favorite over Michigan, according to the latest odds from WynnBET.

WynnBET currently lists the money odds for Georgia and Michigan at -140  for the Dawgs and +115 for the Crimson Tide.

If you like betting totals, WynnBET currently lists the over/under at 52.5 points.

That 2.5 point spread is in the wrong direction because the Crimson Tide should be the favorites in this game. However, the spread is a good number because these two are likely going to keep it close in round No. 2.

Though I will say, this game could also result in a blowout if Georgia shows up as they have in the 13 other games they won.

While Alabama got the best of Georgia in December, the Dawgs have had more than enough time to regroup and remind themselves they can beat this team. They’ve also had even more time to study the film.

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Georgia Bulldogs Prediction vs. Alabama Crimson Tide in the College Football Championship Game:

This game is the one four decades and seven straight losses in the making. The Dawgs and the Tide are two of the most talented teams in college football and, for the second time in five years, will meet on the biggest stage in the sport.

Georgia hired head coach Kirby Smart for this moment right here, and with this team, he could finally end the 41-year drought.

This Bulldog squad wants to leave a legacy and something they can share with their children in the future, and winning a title would be one heck of a legacy.

Georgia’s given up 82 points and 1,100 yards to Alabama in the last two meetings, so now it’s time for the defense to show up. If this squad shows up as they did against Michigan, the odds are in the Dawgs’ favor.

Starting quarterback Stetson Bennett is ready for his moment and will prove to Georgia’s fanbase and the world why he is worthy to call himself a national title winner.

The Dawgs win big in this matchup and finally take all the frustrations out on Alabam. Seven straight games have given Georgia enough fuel to make this happen, plus this team demands perfection. After getting embarrassed, I doubt it will happen again.

A team doesn’t always get a second shot at Alabama in the same year, so Georgia takes advantage of it and beats the Tide 41-17.

What channel the Georgia Bulldogs game is on for the College Football Championship Game:

Georgia and Michigan will be on ESPN at 8:00 p.m. ET for the College Football Championship Game, but there are 12 different ways to watch the coverage.

Chris Fowler will be on play-by-play, Kirk Herbstreit will be the color analyst, and Holly Rowe and Molly McGrath will tag-team the sideline reporter duties.

However, there is another option through one of our partners, FuboTV.

Georgia Bulldogs vs. Alabama Crimson Tide live stream:

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This game is the last one of the 2021 season, and while it seems bittersweet, it could be the moment we, as Georgia football fans, have been waiting for all our lives.

Tonight will be epic, regardless of the outcome, but man, would it be sweet to see the Dawgs take out their frustrations and get a win four decades in the making.