Alabama Legends Sound Off on SEC Championship
The Alabama Crimson Tide will meet the Georgia Bulldogs for the Southeastern Conference Championship Saturday afternoon.
To help break down the showdown between the best team in the East and West, The Game was joined by a pair of Alabama legends; Running back Bobby Humphrey (1985-1988) and linebacker Lee Roy Jordan (1960-62).
While the some may question the Georgia Bulldogs pedigree heading into Saturday’s game Humphrey pointed out that after handling the gauntlet of the SEC schedule, including some tough rivalry games, pressure won’t be an issue for Georgia.
One of the areas where the Bulldogs can provide plenty of pressure is through their linebacking corps headlined by Jarvis Jones. Former Alabama standout says with just a dynamic player there is one way to limit his playmaking abilities.
The SEC Championship Game will be televised on CBS and is slated to kickoff at 3 p.m. (CST) from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Verne Lundquist and Gary Danielson will call the action with Tracy Wolfson reporting from the sidelines.
The game can be heard locally on WFFN 95.3 FM. Both interviews can be heard below:
Lee Roy Jordan