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Alabama vs Washington Peach Bowl

Alabama vs Washington Peach Bowl

Peach Bowl
Saturday, December 31, 3:00 PM
Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia

Alabama vs Washington Peach Bowl – It’s bowl season in college football but all eyes are on the College Football Playoff semifinal games, including the Peach Bowl.

Alabama faces Washington in Atlanta for the right to play for the national championship in the third ever playoff at the FBS level.

The Crimson Tide are aiming for their fifth title in eight years under Nick Saban. Washington’s last national championship came at the end of the 1991 season.

Alabama Peach Bowl

Alabama vs Washington Peach Bowl – No, this isn’t Nick Saban’s best team, but it’s not all that far off. No, it’s not unbeatable, but no one’s been all that close to beating it. Here’s the thing, though – the SEC is way down. Rolling though LSU, Auburn, and Texas A&M isn’t like what it was in previous years, but that’s looking for a pimple on the beauty queen. The Crimson Tide beat ten bowl teams, and that doesn’t include Ole Miss.

– Florida went on some stunning marches in the SEC Championship, but the Bama D more than made up for them with three interception, including a pick six that all but ended the fun early. Alabama is amazing when it comes to the NOTs – its term for non-offensive touchdowns. The special teams and defense hold up their end of the scoring workload.

– As always, the biggest key is that ability of Alabama to come in waves of amazing talent. The rotation is breathtaking, with the next-man-up almost always better than everyone else’s current-man-in. Again, no, this isn’t Saban’s best team, but it might be among the most complete – the depth has plenty to do with that.

– Tennessee’s Joshua Dobbs is okay, and the Tide didn’t deal with USC’s Sam Darnold until the opener was already effectively over. For the most part, Bama hasn’t had to deal with a top quarterback other than Chad Kelly, and he helped Ole Miss crank up 43 points. Of course the defense is the real deal, but there aren’t any lightweight quarterbacks on the CFP schedule.

Washington Peach Bowl

Alabama vs Washington Peach Bowl – The Huskies might not have played the toughest schedule, but it’s a Power Five champion that went 12-1 – there has yet to be one in the College Football Playoff era who didn’t make it into the final top four. There isn’t one true signature, dominant win over a killer, but there plenty of midrange ones with blowouts over Stanford, Washington State, and Colorado. But it took overtime to get by Arizona and the non-conference slate of Rutgers, Idaho and Portland State doesn’t help. There’s certainly a Prove It factor here.

– There’s no questioning the talent on D with at least seven NFL prospects flowing in and out. Swarming, aggressive, and tough as nails, the Dawgs are amazing at takeaways and almost as good at coming up with third down stops. If this group gets into a groove, forget about it. Wazzu and Colorado have excellent offenses that were slowed to a dead stop.

– Jake Browning might have sputtered and struggled against USC – killing his Heisman hopes – but he threw two touchdown passes or more against everyone else, finishing with 42 on the year with just seven picks. A big play producer, he throws a great deep ball and is fearless at the right times. He plays like he has a D that can bail him out if needed.

– Chris Petersen can punch his weight with any coach left standing in the top four. He’s won two Fiesta Bowls with far less talent at Boise State than he has in Seattle, and now, after this season, has six conference titles in 11 years as a head coach. A great showing in the CFP takes his profile up to a whole other level.

Alabama vs Washington Peach Bowl Predictions

Alabama: 33
Washington: 23

 

Source : collegefootballnews.com