Video: Florida Gators Take On Heavy Favorite Alabama Crimson Tide In SEC Championship Game

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Gators enter contest as 24-point underdogs

ABOVE VIDEO: Gators head coach Jim Mcelwain fields questions from fans on ESPN about his teams chances to defeat Alabama in the SEC Championship game Saturday.

Kickoff Set For 4 p.m. ET on CBS

(ESPN) –  Alabama rolls into the SEC championship game as the only remaining unbeaten Power 5 team.

And Scouts Inc.’s Kevin Weidl thinks the Tide has the horsepower to plow right through Florida to cap the season too. But his colleague Steve Muench has the gameplan that Jim McElwain and Co. should use this weekend to upset the Tide.

Here’s how both analysts mapped out what the two teams should do.

Muench: What Florida’s offense needs to do

Take care of the football

This is football 101, and we try to avoid the obvious, but it’s impossible not to lead with this point. After all, it’s highly unlikely that a Gator offense that ranks 104th in the FBS in points per game is going to light up an Alabama team that leads the country in scoring defense, surrendering a paltry 11.4 points per game.

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