Alabama vs. Georgia live score, updates, highlights from the 2020 SEC rivalry game

No. 2 Alabama and No. 3 Georgia will face each other in the favorites for the game of the year in a quick pick.

The last two meetings between the Crimson Tide and the Bulldogs, the 2018 SEC championship and the 2018 College Football Playoff national championship game, ultimately resulted in a one-on-one win for Tide. Georgia coach Kirby Smart will want to take his first win against Tide since leaving Nick Saban’s Georgia coaching program in 2016. At the same time, it was Saban cleaned up to coach Saturday performed a positive coronavirus test on Wednesday (later tested false positive according to SEC COVID-19 protocols).

Undoubtedly, Saturday’s race will be a power-win competition: Alabama with No. 1 offense. No. 1 behind SEC praises Macbacka, returns Najee Harris and receivers Jaylen Waddle, DeVonta Smith and John Metchie III. But Georgia boasts the conference’s best defense, with just 12.3 points and 236.7 yards per game.

Conversely, will Alabama’s defense be able to make enough stops against Georgia’s crimes? Or will Tide’s defense be considered after the victory over Ole Miss? Sporting News on .emy important and significant updates from Alabama vs.. Georgia follows. Watch below for full results from the SEC competition game.

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Alabama vs Georgia score

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 All
Georgia 7 0 0
Alabama 7 0 7

Alabama vs. Georgia live updates, important

(Always East)

Fourth Second: Alabama 7, Georgia 7

First Fourth: Alabama 7, Georgia 7

8:57 pm: Alabama gets close to the middle ground before stopping to drive. Georgia will stay in the quarter with just a few seconds left to close their 14-yard line pound.

8:54 pm: Jones hit DeVonta Smith for the first time on the crossing to win 12 yards. Bama drove on his 37-yard line. One scene later, Harris narrowly missed out on 48 to win 11 yards.

8:51 pm: GEORGIA TOUCHDOWN. One scene later, White gets a 10-point score to tie the game to 7 pieces.

8:50 pm: Georgia replaces Bennett who takes James Cook from the backfield in the third. The Bulldogs have it from the top 10-and-goal.

8:47 pm: Receiver Jermaine Burton drops the losing pass in the final area – Bennett’s pass was a bit behind, but still very nice. He is third in Alabama 20th and -9th.

8:46 pm: On the next game, new student Kendall Milton runs back to direct Alabama 24 yards of gas. Georgia is driving on the 21st, just outside the red zone.

8:45 p.m. Stetson puts Jackson on the sidelines, but the receiver can’t bring her. The Bulldogs will face Alabaama 45th in the second-and-10th.

8:44 pm: Jones clearly feels down on the third-run pass and will short-arm it with its open receivers. A 30-yard pound gives Georgia around 40 years.

8:43 pm: Waddle throws a pass that will go 26 feet to the middle field; but not all is bad. The forristal is out of the currency room and running with force.

8:41 pm: Three straight runs by Harris take Alabama to its 24-yard line.

8:37 pm: Waddle gets a decent return, but Patrick Surtain II is called up for the block at the back. Pell will hold his 7th head.

8:36 pm: Alabama dropped to third; Bennett tried to beat Kearis Jackson, but Daniel Wright and Brian Branch of Alabama doubled it. The punt team is coming again.

8:34 pm: Zamir White holds the ball in his left hand for a 10-yard touchdown on the second-and-10th. Georgia is now driving at 24 years old.

8:30 p.m. Jones goes under Metchie to reach 9-yard 49. He is fourth-and-1, but the punting unit will leave. Georgia will occupy a row of 15 yards.

8:28 pm: The first driving bama starts with 17 yards run by Najee Harris. Tide driving at 40.

8:24 pm: Alabama defense forces extend Stetson Bennett’s ring on the third and longest; Dylan Musa and Christian Barmore take credit. He is stopped by Tide defense and is three-and-a-half to start the game. Alabama will take on the 23rd.

8:18 pm: ALABAMA TOUCHDOWN. On the next game, Jones remained at the top of Johnson Metchie III for a 40-yard touchdown with 13:16 in the quarter.

8:17 pm: Jaylen Waddle captures a 16-meter tunnel view across Alabama across the middle field. Tide runs at 40.

8:16 pm: INTERCEPTION ALABAMA. Three driving games in Georgia, DJ Dale delivers a Stetson Bennett passport to his friend Justin Eboigbe. Bama returns at 42 years old.

8:14 pm: INTERCEPTION GEORGIA. The game stands out as it is called on the field. They will take on Bama 41.

8:11 pm: Georgia already has a great game. On the first game of the draw, Azeez Ojulari’s line puts pressure on Mac Jones and affects his pass; Richard Lecounte is considered for surveillance, but he is under surveillance. Meanwhile, Miller Forristal is being watched by coaches.

8:10 p.m. Georgia tosses and lifts. Alabama’s offense will start in the 24-yard line to start the game.

Alabama and Georgia at launch

  • Rojek: Saturday, October 17th
  • Kick off: 8 pm ET
  • TV channel (national): CBS
  • Live stream: CBS All Access, fuboTV

Alabama’s game against Georgia is the second of three “SEC on CBS” broadcasts for Tide in 2020; first won 52-24 against Texas A&M in Week 5; the third will take place on November 14 at Tiger Stadium at LSU. For Georgia, this is the first of two broadcasts of “SEC on CBS”. The Bulldogs’ second appearance will take place on November 7 against Florida in Jacksonville, Fla.

Alabama 2020 football program

Week 4 26 September Alabama 38, Missouri 19
Week 5 October 3rd Alabama 52, Texas A&M 24
Week 6 October 10th Alabama 63, 48 become Miss
Week 7 October 17th against Georgia
Week 8 October 24th in Tennessee
Week 9 October 31st against the State of Mississippi
Week 10 November 7th Bye
Week 11 November 14th at LSU
Week 12 November 21st against Kentucky
Week 13 November 28th vs Auburn
Hefte 14 December 5th in Arkansas

Georgia 2020 football program

Week 4 26 September Georgia 37, Arkansas 10
Week 5 October 3rd Georgia 27, Auburn 6
Week 6 October 10th Georgia 44, Tennessee 21
Week 7 October 17th in Alabama
Week 8 October 24th in Kentucky
Week 9 October 31st Bye
Week 10 November 7th vs. Florida (Jacksonville)
Week 11 November 14th in Missouri
Week 12 November 21st against the State of Mississippi
Week 13 November 28th in South Carolina
Hefte 14 December 5th against Vanderbilt

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