When you're discussing SEC football, usually the first thing to come up is defense. However, two of the best signal-callers in the nation also reside in the powerhouse conference. With that said, is Aaron Murray better than AJ McCarron, or vice versa?
The one thing you can't argue about these two is that their respective teams are headed in different directions at this point in the season.
Alabama is coming off a bye week, as it heads to Missouri looking to move to 6-0 and maintain its No. 1 ranking. Crimson Tide fans still have November 3 circled on their calendars—the date that Alabama travels to LSU for a rematch of last year's BCS National Championship Game.
Georgia, on the other hand, is coming off a crushing 35-7 defeat to South Carolina, in a game that many thought would be the highlight of the weekend. The Bulldogs have their open date this week, as they prepare for the two conference road games to follow.
Coming up, we're going to examine a few reasons why Georgia's QB is better than the Tide's, even if their records might not indicate it.