Alabama and Georgia are the 2 best teams in college football this season, and the chasm between No. 2 and No. 3 is quite massive.

Right now, Alabama and Georgia are ranked No. 1 and No. 2 in every poll in the country, and it appears the duo is on a collision course for Atlanta in the SEC Championship Game. Of course, both programs have to take care of business between now and December 4. This weekend will be a huge step in that direction, as Alabama hosts Ole Miss and Georgia hosts Arkansas.

However, we reached out to our good friends at Sports Betting Dime for a hypothetical line at a neutral site, and Alabama would be 6.5-point favorite over Georgia right now.

Alabama, led by Heisman Trophy candidate Bryce Young, has looked very good through 4 weeks. Aside from the close Florida win, the Tide have outscored non-conference opponents 155-41. Nick Saban has one of his best defenses headlined by star pass rusher Will Anderson.

Georgia, on the other hand, beat Clemson 10-3, but the Bulldogs have dominated their 3 other opponents by a combined score of 158-20. Kirby Smart’s defense has been suffocating through 4 games, and the Bulldogs offense is starting to come alive.

Will Alabama and Georgia play for the SEC Championship? The better question may be will these 2 teams play again in the College Football Playoff.