3/4/2 Alabama Soccer Wins 29th SEC Championship, With a 41-24 Victory Over 1/1/1/Georgia

ATLANTA – In the 30th Southeast Conference Championship Game, the 3/4/2 Alabama soccer team beat the 1/1/1 Georgia team 41-24 at Mercedes Benz Stadium on Saturday . With the win, the Crimson Tide has now won 29 SEC Championships, including 10 via the SEC Championship Game.

After going down 10-0 to start the game, Alabama exploded in the second half, scoring 24 points, before adding 17 more in the second half to take the final 17.

Midfielder Bryce Young was named the MVP of the game after setting an SEC Championship Game record with 421 yards of passes in one night as he completed 26 of 44 passes for three touchdowns. He added 40 yards on three tries including a touchdown. Young’s total of 461-yard fouls (421 passes, 40 dashes) is also a championship game record.

Wide receiver Jameson Williams crossed for 184 yards received on seven catches, including two touchdowns, while John Metchie III add 97 yards and one touch six catches. Brian Robinson Jr. calculate 55 quick measures on 16 gills. Williams ‘184 yards get tie for second place in championship game against Alabama’s DeVonta Smith (184 in 2020).

Defense is back Battle of Jordan returned a 42 yard intercept for a pick-six, Tide’s final encounter of the day. Defense is back DeMarcco Hellams led the Alabama defense with a total of 9 tackles. Hellams, Henry To’oTo’o and Josh Jobe all calculated six stops alone against Georgia to lead the Tide. Will Anderson Jr. a total of six tackles including two loss hits and one cover stroke.

Will Reichard added a pair of on-field goals (33 and 41 yards) and five extra points for the day.

Post-game notes

  • Saturday’s win gave the Crimson Tide the most wins of all time against the Associated Press’s No 1 team with 10, breaking a previous tie with Miami.
  • Alabama’s 365-yard fouls total in the first half more than all but one of Georgia’s opponents scored in the whole game this season (11/12 opponents). The Tide finished with 536 yards of fouls.
  • After attacking the first two times in the game, the Crimson Tide scored on the next five consecutive occasions (received three touchdowns, one dashed touch, once scored).
  • Alabama improved its season record for touchdowns, scoring three in the SEC Championship Game.
  • In the first half, Bryce Young 286 passes (17 of 27), scored a double touch.
    • That’s more passes than all but one of Georgia’s opponents has scored in the whole game this season (11/12 opponents).
    • His 286 passes set a Southeast Championship Game record for most passes in the first half. Auburn’s Cam Newton previously held the record for 281 first-half passes in 2010.
  • Jameson Williams made a 67-yard touchdown pass in the first half and a 55-yard touchdown pass in the second half of the SEC Championship Game.
    • Williams has caught 11 passes of 50 yards or more this season, with 10 of those resulting in touchdowns, while he has caught eight passes of 65 yards or more this season, with seven of them. that number leads to touch the ball.
      • Williams has caught seven passes from 67 yards or more this season, with all seven resulting in a touchdown.
    • Williams’ 67-yard touchdown in the first half was the longest in SEC Championship Game history.
  • Jameson Williams got 112 yards received in the first half.
    • It marked the sixth time a player who scored more than 100 yards had received it in one inning.
    • It marked Alabama’s third consecutive championship with a 100-yard receiver (DeVonta Smith 184 in 2020, Jaylen Waddle 113 in 2018).
  • DeMarcco Hellams scored his third intercept of the season, forcing a team high, winning the ball over Alabama’s 12-yard line in Georgia’s first drive of the third quarter.
    • It marks the Crimson Tide’s 14th intercept this season.
  • Battle of Jordan recorded a 42-yard intercept for a touchdown in the third quarter, his second interception return for a touchdown this season.
    • It marked the 12th interception return for an encounter in the SEC Championship Game, with the last being held by Alabama against Florida in 2016.
  • The game captains against Georgia are the substitutes Will Anderson Jr., defensive midfielder Phidarian Mathis and midfielder Bryce Young.

How did it happen?

First quarter

  • 06:01 – UGA | Jack Podlesny shot on goal for 38 yards to end the game 11.52 yards.

Second quarter

  • 14:56 – UGA | Stetson Bennett connected with Darnell Washington on a five-yard touchdown pass that crossed the eight-run, 97-yard track.
  • 14:12 – UA | Bryce Young find Jameson Williams for a 67-foot touchdown pass on a driveway that lasted three plays and 75 yards in just 44 seconds.
  • 09:46 – UA | John Metchie III scored on Young’s 13-yard touchdown pass, ending a six-time, 80-yard streak.
  • 03:28 – UA | Will Reichard connected on a 33-yard field goal to end a 12-minute, 79-yard run.
  • 02:06 – UGA | Bennett beat Ladd McConkey with a 32-yard touchdown pass, three-player round, 75 yards.
  • 00:26 – UA | Young found Georgia’s end area in an 11-yard dash on the three-turn and 75-meter track.


  • 13:10 – UA | Williams made a 55-yard touchdown pass from Young on the Crimson Tide’s first drive in the second half, ending a five-game, 75-yard streak.

Quarter IV

  • 11:59 – UA | Battle of Jordan returns a 42-yard interception into the Bulldog end area for a touchdown.
  • 09:42 – UGA | Bennett throws an 18-yard touchdown pass to the Bowers to pull the Bulldogs within two touches of the ground
  • 01:59 – UA | Reichard scored one more goal from 41 yards to make the final score 41-24


The College Football Playoff selection program will air Sunday, December 5 at Noon ET on ESPN.

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John Verrall

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