(CBS*Live)Florida vs Alabama Live St-ream.. College Football

Alabama can punch its ticket to the College Football Playoff if it can take care of business against Florida in the SEC Championship in Atlanta. The Tide and Gators are no strangers to this game, but they come into the 2015 edition in drastically different states.

 

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Alabama, of course, is looking great. It recovered nicely from its loss to Ole Miss and has been nearly unstoppable ever since. The defense is as good as ever, and the offense is running on a steady diet of punishment from battering ram running back Derrick Henry. It is humming on all cylinders.

The Alabama Crimson Tide (11–1) face the Florida Gators (10–2) on Saturday at the Georgia Dome for the SEC championship.

Alabama claimed the SEC West title last week with a 29–13 win over Auburn in the Iron Bowl. Running back Derrick Henry ran a school-record 46 times for 271 yards and a touchdown. Henry recorded his fourth 200-yard performance of the season in the win against the Tigers.

Last week, Florida was upset by Florida State, 27–2, which ended any chance the Gators had of making the College Football Playoff. Florida quarterback Treon Harris was just 19 of 38 passing for 134 yards in the loss.

For the second-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide (11-1, 7-1 in the Southeastern Conference), one more game sits between them and a chance at redemption in the College Football Playoff: the 18th-ranked, SEC East Champion Florida Gators (10-2, 7-1 in conference) in the conference championship game.

This will mark the eighth time the two programs have met in the conference title game, and the sixth since the game moved to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. The Tide are, justifiably, a heavy favorite after a dominant month of football that saw Alabama destroy the likes of LSU, Mississippi State and Auburn in the Iron Bowl. The Tide dispatched their in-state rival last week, 29-13, behind a whopping 46 carries for 271 yards from junior running back Derrick Henry.

The Gators have been a bit more of a struggle. Following a narrow loss to LSU in which the Gators showed some encouraging signs, Florida has scored just 9, 24, 20 and 2 points in the last four games, which featured nail-biting wins over the likes of Vanderbilt and Florida Atlantic, plus a 27-2 loss last week to Florida State. Treon Harris completed just 51.8 percent of his passes in the month of November, with three touchdowns against four interceptions. Of course, the tough Gator defense is allowing just 15 points a game in that same stretch, and 3.8 yards per play.

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December 06, 2015 at 6pm - 9pm
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