Georgia or Michigan? Alabama fans weigh in on who they'd rather face in CFP title game
Georgia and Michigan will kick off the second College Football Playoff semifinal matchup on Friday night at the Orange Bowl in Miami.
After a 27-6 win over Cincinnati, No. 1 Alabama will be awaiting the winner in the CFP National Championship Game in Indianapolis on Jan. 10.
So, would the Tide (and college football fans in general) rather play Michigan or Georgia in the title game?
Here’s a sampling of some replies via Twitter:
Bama vs. Michigan. We already got Alabama vs. Georgia and it was ugly.
— Patrick Schmidt (@PatrickASchmidt) December 31, 2021
For sure Bama vs Michigan
— Tina Nguyen (@ttinanguyen) December 31, 2021
All SEC just to make folks upset
— YUSUKE URAMESHI (@YUYU_HAKUSHO_) December 31, 2021
Bama vs Michigan
Saban vs Harbaugh is what we've wanted since 2015.
— Obstructedviewer (@Obstructedview2) December 31, 2021
I’m ok with either but maybe Michigan cuz we’ve seen bama vs Georgia so many times. Although bama Georgia never gets old #greatgame
— Sean Wooden (@SeanWooden808) December 31, 2021
Bama vs Michigan. UGA had their shot and blew it. Bama is gonna win it all again regardless though.
— Keith Salters (@heismanheist97) December 31, 2021
Be nice to see UM..Not sure it matters, not a Bama guy but Bama gonna get them another chip
— Realmacbuckets (@realmacbuckets) December 31, 2021
Bama vs Mich. prove that SEC football the best!!!
— Jack Dixon (@jccdixon33) December 31, 2021
I hope the Michigan vs Georgia is a better game, and Michigan wins don’t really care to see Georgia vs Alabama for the natty.
— Joey Pooschke (@blazerfan000) December 31, 2021
Feel like Georgia will beat Michigan but I hope Michigan wins. It’s tough beating a team twice. Alabama played a perfect game vs Georgia and that will be tough to repeat IMO. #RollTide
— Derek McAdams (@DerekBamadog) December 31, 2021
Seems like a fairly even split there, maybe a slight edge to Michigan.
Who will advance to take on the Tide? The Orange Bowl is set to kick off at 7:30 p.m. Eastern time on Friday night on ESPN.