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David Wharton: It's Georgia's one-two punch vs. Alabama's top-ranked defense in CFP title game

ATLANTA - If you want to know about Nick Chubb and Sony Michel as football players, it might be instructive to look at them as roommates.

After two years of living together, the Georgia tailbacks have grown accustomed to each other's habits.

"He's clean," Chubb says. "I'm dirty."

The same could be said of their styles on the field, where Chubb is more of a power runner whereas Michel uses a little finesse.

Together they represent a dangerous one-two punch, the most prolific backfield duo in college football history and, perhaps, a deciding

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