The 2018 National Champion of College Football in NCAA division will soon be determined. This year, it’s between Alabama v Georgia. The game will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Georgia on 8th of January 2018. In this highly anticipated match, conflicts are surfacing. Let’s see what the stories are about!
We can start with the fans’ pricing conflict. The Alabama v Georgia match is becoming one of the priciest games to see with ticket-prices as high as $2,000, according to US online gambling news. It’s 3 times more than the price of an average game. The wicked high price is not a wonder since the stakes are over the roof. But what about the inner conflicts of the teams playing the actual game?
The Coaches Back Story
Nick Saban coaches the Alabama Crimson Tide. Kirby Smart, on the other hand, is Georgia Bulldogs’ coach. What you may not know is Smart was actually Saban’s apprentice for almost 10 years. He used to be Alabama’s defensive coordinator before switching to coach the Bulldogs. In merely 2 years, Smart impressively led the Bulldogs to win the Rose Bowl and advance to the final playoff.
In the upcoming Alabama v Georgia game, we’re excited to see how the two coaches lay out their tactics as they know each other so well. Can the apprentice surpass the master? As of now, Georgia has slightly lower winning odds at 2.65 (3/100) compared to Alabama 1.52 (1/50), according to online sportsbook sites in US.
Alabama v Georgia: Fight between Brothers
The Ridley brothers are on the opposite line competing each other. Calvin is the number 1 star player from Alabama while his younger brother, Riley plays for Georgia. What’s more, both are wide receivers for their respective teams.
Riley has always been in his brother’s shadow. He does not want to be known as just Calvin’s brother which is exactly why he chose to join the Georgia Bulldogs instead of the Alabama Crimson Tide. Riley wanted to make a name for himself and refused to follow his brother’s footsteps. And so, we will see how this sibling feud unfolds in the Alabama v Georgia match.
(source: Youtube – CFB Film Room)
To summarize the odds, Alabama 1.52 (1/50) has a slightly better chance at winning than Georgia 2.65 (3/100). In all honesty, the two teams are head-to-head in the final playoff. You can bet on the Alabama v Georgia game at Intertops Sportsbook. If you sign up now, you can get up to $200 as a welcome bonus!