Georgia-Alabama reaction, It’s Championship Week! | The Wrap-Up

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Jason Fitz and Skubie Mageza will recap the best plays from today’s college football action in Saturday Shoutouts. Skubie and Fitz will review the results of all the major conference championships that took place on Saturday and how it could shake up things for the College Football Playoff. Former NFL and Florida Gator receiver Chris Doering joins the show to talk about the SEC Championship and how Bryce Young is ending his season on a high note. Plus, country music singer and songwriter Walker Hayes joins the show to talk about his beloved Alabama Crimson Tide.

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