Really, I can’t decide what’s harder to wrap my brain around this morning, Zach Calzada’s game log, or the fact that Alabama gave up more points in a single SEC game than Georgia’s allowed all season.
But, as a Dawg fan, here’s something I can wrap my brain around: if Georgia can pull off an SECCG win — and, yes, I appreciate the “if” there — there’s a strong likelihood that they won’t have to play Alabama again in the CFP. How strong? Well, according to ESPN’s FPI, Georgia now has a 46.3% change of winning the national championship. Alabama is second, at 18.3.