This Saturday, Alabama will face possibly their biggest challenge of the season, the Georgia Bulldogs.

It is no surprise that Georgia is ranked No. 1 in college football this season. They have dominated the field on both sides of the ball all season, especially on defense. They have only allowed an average of 6.92 points per game this season. However, they have yet to go up against an offense like Alabama's this year.

An Alabama offense at full efficiency is a sight to see, and if Bryce Young is distributing the ball the way he needs to be it could mean trouble for Georgia's No. 1 defense.

"They've been the most consistent team all year long in terms of how they've sustained their performance and played at a high level, dominated the competition just about every game that they've played," Saban said at his week-opening press conference on Monday. "We are just going to focus on taking it play-by-play instead of worrying about the outcome of the game."

Saban also mentioned that starting running back Brian Robinson has been working hard to get back to full health, after his injury during the Iron Bowl last week. "We're doing some things with him in practice today to see how he responds, so it's gonna be day-to-day for him."

This is without a doubt one of the biggest games to watch this season and with both teams being as dominant as they are, it's bound to be a true thriller.

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