Will the Alabama Crimson Tide be able to roll over the mighty Florida Gators to claim yet another storied SEC Title? We’ve got the way for you to watch the big game and join along in the excitement!
It’s going to be a battle between mentor and mentee as Nick Saban‘s Alabama Crimson Tide go up against Jim McElwain‘s Florida Gators for the SEC championship. Jim was hand picked by Nick to be his offensive coordinator, which he did to amazing success between 2008 and 2011. And since he learned from the best, Florida was wise enough to hire Jim away as their head coach. As a team at ‘Bama, they notched one SEC title and two national championships. Now they’ll be on opposite sides of the field battling it out for dominance in the South Eastern Conference for 2015. Keep reading to watch the live stream for the event!
The Crimson Tide will go into this game as a favorite, as the 11-1 team is currently second ranked in the nation. But Florida can’t be counted out with their impressive 10-2 record and 18th place ranking so this could be either team’s game. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE LIVES STREAM OF THE FLORIDA V. ALABAMA GAME
It’s being held in the neutral territory of the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, but SEC fans love a good road trip to see their team play so we’re sure the stadium will be packed with both Gator and ‘Bama lovers. Learn more about this epic conference in “Where Football Is King: A History of the SEC” by clicking here.
While Jim definitely wants to win the big game in his first year as head coach of the Gators, he speaks with complete reverence about his mentor Nick. At a press conference he said “I want to make him proud. He took a flier on some guy from Montana that was out west and gave him an opportunity to coach in one of the greatest places in all of college football, in the best conference in the United States of America. For that opportunity, I just can’t tell you how grateful I am and how lucky I am.” Aw, we know whatever the outcome, each coach will still feel the love for each other.
Be sure to tune in for the big game, as it kicks off at 4 p.m. EST on CBS!
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