Hurricane Joaquin looks to play a role in the biggest game of on the SEC calendar this week, as the National Weather Center claims their is about "a 100-percent chance of rain" described as "heavy," according to AL.com.
Considering neither Georgia nor Alabama relies heavily on their passing game to move the ball, the weather is likely to force the two teams to lean even more on their potent running games.
The current forecast calls for 2-3 inches-plus of precipitation with "persistent, heavy rainfall."
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