There’s no question what the two biggest college football games of Saturday are are as Tennessee faces Georgia in Sanford Stadium for the unofficial battle for best team in the nation and Alabama goes up against LSU outside of the top-5 in the rankings for the first time in ages.

Both of these games have notable implications in regard to the postseason race and there’s a lot of debate over just how these matchups will go down.

College football analysts Mark May and Lou Holtz recently offered their opinions on just how each game would shake out. May specifically pointed to standout quarterback Bryce Young and Jahmyr Gibbs on offense — both players who will give the Tigers a lot of trouble. But transfer signal-caller Jayden Daniels deserves the same type of recognition as he’s helped LSU to a bounce back and an ascension in the rankings

Both analysts argue that LSU has a chance between what Brian Kelly has started to build there and just what Daniels brings to the table. It’s anyone’s guess and it’s easy to see both of these games going either way.

Holtz sees a 31-30 Georgia victory over Tennessee and a 37-23 Alabama victory over LSU, while May sees Georgia topping Tennessee 26-20 and Alabama winning, 41-22.

LSU and Alabama are set to kick off at 6 p.m. CT in Tiger Stadium.