Alabama ends Georgia's 29-game win streak, takes SEC title

Alabama is back as the Southeastern Conference's top dog – and possibly headed to the College Football Playoff 

after snapping No. 1 Georgia's 29-game winning streak in the conference championship game on Saturday.

The major question now is if Georgia's bid for a third consecutive national championship is finished.

 Jalen Milroe threw two touchdown passes, and No. 8 Alabama's defense dominated after allowing a touchdown

on Georgia's first possession – a convincing playoff statement for a Crimson Tide squad that lost at home to Texas earlier in the season.

Alabama (12-1) hasn't lost since resolving its quarterback dilemma. The Tide's victory over Georgia was their 11th in a row, 

which could be enough to propel them from No. 8 in the CFP rankings to a prized spot in the final four.

"This is a group effort. "This is what you call a team," Alabama coach Nick Saban remarked. "This is a fantastic group. They participate as a group

They triumphed over adversity. They proved tonight that they can win against anyone."

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