The SEC showdown at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa could be the best game of the regular season. It might be one for the ages or even a preview of the SEC Championship and College Football Playoff National Championship Game. Only time will tell, but one thing is for certain: There is plenty of hype surrounding the primetime NCAA matchup on CBS.
Alabama coach Nick Saban, and whether he will be at the game due to a positive COVID-19 test earlier this week, is stealing a lot of headlines, but you better believe UGA head coach Kirby Smart will have his football team ready to play, no matter what.
If you want proof, just watch his two minute hype video on social media:
Georgia's "Light It Up" Hype Video for Alabama Game
Game 4 Trailer | Light it Up pic.twitter.com/Um2pu7X5eG
— Georgia Football (@GeorgiaFootball) October 15, 2020
If this doesn't make Georgia fans want to go find the nearest brick wall to run through, it's hard telling what will. This Game 4 Trailer for Bama is absolutely incredible.
Whether it's Saban or offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian coaching Alabama football, Georgia will be bring the fire.
"Light your fire from within. Block the noise. Ignore the outside voices. Find what fuels you. Light your fire with passion and energy. Light that thing so bright it outshines those stadium lights. Turn that G into a beacon, something everyone is gonna want to come see. And when they arrive, they'll find out who we are.
"We are composed. When the air shivers with the roar of thousands, it's silent. We're dialed in, laser-focused, locked and loaded. We are disciplined, patient, deliberate and explosive. Just going to do what we gotta do.
"And when the time is right... BOOM. We strike. We are physical. Smash mouth. Violent. Ground-shaking. Four quarters? Hell, eight quarters if they want to. We'll do whatever it takes.
"It's going to be a war. Two heavyweights in the ring going toe-to-toe to the last play, to the last moment, to the last whistle, to the last man, we fight.
"We are the heat. We are the fire. So let's go light this thing up."
Everyone from Athens to Tuscaloosa, from high school recruits to CFB stars, from LSU to Auburn and Florida, from Texas A&M to Kentucky, from Ohio State to Michigan and Clemson, is going to be tuned in for the big game.
Between the Dawgs and Alabama football, so much NFL talent will be on the field. Kickoff can't come soon enough.