The 2016 SEC Championship Game is this Saturday as undefeated, top-ranked Alabama from the SEC West faces off with No. 15 Florida from the SEC East in Atlanta.

Alabama is the heavy favorite over the Gators as Florida is getting 24 points against the Tide. Alabama has not just gone undefeated, but aside from the Ole Miss game, every Alabama win has been by 10 points or more. Both teams come in a bit banged up, but Florida has been snakebitten the most by injuries this season, which will make going up against this Alabama squad an even bigger challenge.

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Date: Saturday, Dec. 3
Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
Location: Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia

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Alabama: The amazing thing about the Tide this season is that, even if they lost this game, they’re almost assuredly going to make the College Football Playoff. That’s how dominant Alabama has been this season and how far ahead the Tide are of everyone else. This game is going to be a battle of a very good (but banged up) defense and an all-time great defense.

You can guess which one is Alabama. The “soft spot” in Alabama’s defense is in the secondary, where they will challenge opponents in single coverage to beat them and there are opportunities to go over the top. Now, by opportunities, I’m talking about a receiver having a step on a corner and the ball having to be placed perfectly over the top. Not many college quarterbacks are able to do that regularly and that’s why only Ole Miss and Chad Kelly’s rocket arm have put up points on them.

Against a quarterback like Austin Appleby, who does not throw the best deep ball,

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