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Just ask Alabama how good Georgia freshman Todd Gurley is.
The Georgia Bulldogs were a few plays away from making it to the BCS National Championship, but now they'll have to take out their frustrations on Nebraska in the Capital One Bowl.
Freshman running back Todd Gurley matched Alabama's Eddie Lacy carry for carry in the SEC Championship Game, racking up 122 yards and two touchdowns in the four-point loss.
His blend of speed and size makes him one of the most difficult running backs to stop, especially running behind the Bulldogs' big offensive line.
Complementing Gurley and the running game is quarterback Aaron Murray. The junior signal-caller is prone to some boneheaded turnovers, but his arm talent is still among the best.
Georgia's offense moved the ball effectively against Alabama, so Nebraska should be a cake walk.
Then again, after giving up an astronomical 70 points to Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship, defense isn't the name of the game for the Cornhuskers.
Taylor Martinez is a solid dual-threat quarterback who can give defenses trouble, but Georgia's front seven should overwhelm the undersized junior. Expect Alec Ogletree, Jarvis Jones and company to wreak havoc and force some turnovers in this Capital One Bowl matchup that shouldn't be close at all.
Georgia should easily cover the 8.5-point spread in its consolation game.