SEC haters take to Twitter to whine about Alabama-Georgia CFP title game
SEC haters were loving the start to bowl season, when the SEC went 0-4 in its first 4 games and 1-5 in its first 6.
But, after Friday night’s College Football Playoff semifinals, we’re heading toward an all-SEC title game featuring No. 1 Alabama against No. 3 Georgia.
Naturally, that led to plenty of complaining from non-SEC fans on social media. Here is some of the reaction on Twitter to the looming title game matchup:
Really glad Alabama and Georgia will be playing for a national championship. I haven’t seen that game in forever.
— Nick Danzo (@ndanzo) January 1, 2022
Y’all not tired of watching Georgia and Alabama play each other? Cause EYE have had enough
— ? (@Shortkickz_23) January 1, 2022
Alabama vs Georgia. Shocking and unwatchable.
— Official Account of THE Whole 9 Nards (@uracatte) January 1, 2022
So Alabama vs. Georgia for the championship? So shocked ? I’d rather watch week 9 tnf then any college game
— ben jacobs (@bjacobs5421) January 1, 2022
— Brian (@EAHNick) January 1, 2022
Georgia & Alabama again ?
— LueeRoss? CMR x DDL❤️ (@THArealLueRoss) January 1, 2022
The CFP Committee seeing we are on a collision course for Alabama vs. Georgia Round 2 pic.twitter.com/HECBRELD0r
— Pickswise (@Pickswise) January 1, 2022
Oh great another Georgia vs. Alabama national championship… pic.twitter.com/fL4p5sNFJG
— Mike Moffat (@MikeGeorgeMoff) January 1, 2022
Another Alabama vs Georgia final? Ugh
— 2009 pothead Nips but also 2019 dean's list Nips (@Nipszzzz) January 1, 2022
We really finna see Georgia v. Alabama again …
— DDS618 ✈️ PAX East (@DDS618_) January 1, 2022
looking like alabama vs georgia ??
— Tito ? (@ToeLeeTho) January 1, 2022
Yeah yeah Georgia vs Alabama in the championship game happy new year
— MARCUS FREEMAN ERA (@HashtagEJW) January 1, 2022
College football playoff is a joke man.
We literally just saw Alabama beat Georgia and now we have to watch it again.
— Joshua Kimmel (@joshkimmelOUS) January 1, 2022
Call it a day unless they want some really horrible tv ratings.
No one wants to see it again except their fans.
— Clemson Bagman (@ExcessDepth) January 1, 2022
Michigan and Cincinnati both had chances to ensure we didn’t get an all-SEC title game, but both failed in spectacular fashion.
Both the Wolverines and Bearcats unquestionably deserved to be in the final 4, but Alabama and Georgia proved they’re the top 2 teams in the country.
Now, we’ll see them in an SEC Championship Game rematch on Jan. 10 in Indianapolis. Alabama won the SEC title game 41-24.