Georgia vs. Alabama: SEC football championship TV channel, time, how to watch live stream (12/4/2021)The Georgia Bulldogs clash with the Alabama Crimson Tide for the SEC football championship at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Saturday, December 4 (12/4/2021).
The game will be broadcast live on CBS at 4:00 p.m. ET. It can be streamed live on fuboTV, DirecTV stream and other live TV streaming services.
The Bulldogs were undefeated (12-0) this season and have broken Alabama’s 92-game streak as favorite to win. The Crimson Tide (11-1) are heading into Saturday as the underdogs.
The pressure is on for Alabama, and it may all come down to sophomore quarterback Bryce Young. Young will have to beat a historically great Georgia defense if he wants to beat the odds for the championship.
What: SEC college football championship
Who: Georgia vs. Alabama
When: Saturday, Dec. 4
Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium
Time: 4:00 p.m. ET
Alabama and Georgia have been on a collision course all season, and the time has finally come for them to meet with the SEC championship on the line.
Both have been top-five fixtures all season, with Georgia taking over the top spot around the midpoint when Alabama suffered its lone loss. But the Crimson Tide still made it here despite a few other close calls, and they now put their potent offense against the Bulldogs’ defense that has allowed 17 points or fewer in every game this year.
And, oh yeah, there will be a lot of interest from potential College Football Playoff participants as well. Here’s how to watch.
A monumental conference title showdown awaits on Saturday as No. 1 Georgia and No. 3 Alabama clash inside the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta in the 2021 SEC Championship Game. To no one’s surprise, there will be more than just the conference title on the line this weekend.
The Bulldogs have cruised into the title game with an undefeated record, a stifling defense and a big play offense that has been able to stretch the field whenever it deems necessary.
The Crimson Tide struggled last week in a quadruple overtime win over rival Auburn, and haven’t been as crisp as they have been in year’s past. But coach Nick Saban knows how to win when it counts, and he’s led his team to the precipice of back-to-back SEC titles yet again.
What should you expect on Saturday afternoon? Let’s break down the matchup and make picks straight up and against the spread.