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Tennessee State vs Georgia State, The opening half of that doubleheader is a matchup between the two highest-ranked teams in history to open a season, No. 1 Alabama vs. No. 3 Florida State on Saturday at Mercedez-Benz Stadium, a game with as many subplots as a season of “Game of Thrones.”
Tennessee State vs Georgia State “National Championship game, week one,” said college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit, who will call the game on ABC.
“The anticipation is killing me,” FSU wide receiver Auden Tate said last week.
Alabama-FSU and Tennessee-Georgia Tech will be the 12th and 13th opening games in Atlanta, and the third doubleheader weekend in the history of the series.
Unabashedly, the sponsoring organization in Atlanta, Peach Bowl Inc., has produced a logo and marketed the game between the Seminoles and the Crimson Tide with the acronym “GOAT: Greatest Opener of All Time.”
Since there has never been a matchup of a preseason No. 1-ranked team against a No. 2 or 3 (the previous best game was No. 1 vs. No. 4, twice), they’re not wrong.
“We have the greatest opening game of all time, in the newest, grandest, state-of-the-art, world-class facility, a sell-out (ESPN) Game Day … it’s going to be an awesome atmosphere for everyone involved in college football,” said Gary Stokan, president and CEO of Peach Bowl Inc. “Then we’re going to do it all again on Monday. This is what we set out to do when we created the game in 2008, to have the signature kickoff for college football.”
Other cities challenge Atlanta
Except everyone else wants to get into the act. The 17th-ranked Gators face No. 11 Michigan in the Advocare Classic at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, (3:30 p.m., ABC), the ninth game in that series. Later that night in Houston’s Reliant Stadium, No. 13 LSU will play BYU in the Texas Kickoff, the fifth game in that series.
Orlando, Charlotte and the Washington D.C., area also have staged kickoff games, although not on an annual basis.
Beginning of the show: Former Georgia quarterback Fran Tarkenton gave pointed comments to DawgNation last week about why he believes UGA freshman quarterback Jake Fromm should play some this season in place of incumbent starter Jacob Eason. The Associated Press’ Ralph Russo also pegged the chances of Fromm replacing Eason by the end of the season at 25 percent. I’ll discuss what this criticism of Eason means for the second-year signal caller on the Monday show.