ATHENS, GA – OCTOBER 03: Jake Coker #14 of the Alabama Crimson Tide lines up against the Georgia Bulldogs defense at Sanford Stadium on October 3, 2015 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)The rematch of the 2018 National Championship will take place later this afternoon, when No. 1 Alabama faces No. 4 Georgia for the SEC crown.It’s been an unbelievable season for the Crimson Tide, as they’ve dominated every opponent on both sides of the ball. With Tua Tagovailoa putting up numbers worthy of winning the Heisman Trophy, it’s hard to stop Alabama.On the flip side, the Bulldogs have rallied strong from a disappointing loss to LSU back in Oct. The resurgence of Jake Fromm has truly elevated this offense to the next level.Although Georgia certainly has the talent to hang tough with Alabama, ESPN’s FPI is giving the Crimson Tide a 64.1 percent chance of winning the game. If the Bulldogs don’t win this matchup, then their chances of making the College Football Playoff could be gone.Alabama and Georgia will kick off at 4:00 p.m. ET from the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.The game will be broadcast on CBS.Who do you think will win the SEC Championship?
Meanwhile, Rajapaksa said that he does not do politics based on positions or posts. He said that he will continue to do politics as long as he has the support of the public. (Colombo Gazette) Former President Mahinda Rajapaksa today reiterated calls for an early Parliament election, saying that is the only way the current political crisis can be resolved.Speaking to reporters today, Rajapaksa said that the political situation in the country was a mess and the public are calling for a Parliamentary election. Asked what his next step will be based on the ruling the Supreme Court gives on the dissolution of Parliament, Rajapaksa said that he will need to wait and see.