ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — OK, all you SEC haters.
Time to get revved up again.
The league that everyone outside the South loves to despise has staked out its usual place in the championship hierarchy after Super Saturday, a coast-to-coast buffet of college football’s greatest rivalries.
Either Alabama or Georgia is assured of playing for the national title.
And the Southeastern Conference even had a backup plan, the Florida Gators, ready to step in if top-ranked Notre Dame faltered in the last big game of the day against Southern Cal.
Just last year, Alabama defeated LSU in an All-SEC matchup for the BCS championship.
No matter what, the conference will have at least one representative in the final game of the year, and rest assured that either No. 2 Alabama or No. 3 Georgia would be a solid favorite to beat the Fighting Irish and give the SEC its seventh straight national title.
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