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ATHENS, GA (WALB) -

While Alabama and Georgia fans debate which team has the better defense, the advantage on offense could belong to the Bulldogs. "I feel like our defense is one of the best in college football and we go against them every day. They play some of the same schemes as the Alabama defense does. I feel like that is going to be a really good test for us" , said tight end Jay Rome.

The Georgia offense last week broke the school single season scoring record.

The Bulldogs offense will face its toughest challenge against an Alabama defense that is ranked number one in the nation.

Freshman tight end Jay Rome from Valdosta, who has become a big contributor for the Bulldog offense in recent games, believes the Georgia defense will have the offense ready on Saturday.

 

 

Georgia tries to win their first state title in seven years when they play Alabama Saturday at 4:00 p.m. at the Georgia Dome.

  

 

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