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SEC Shorts Spoofs ‘Cops’ with Alabama-Georgia Storyline

With the way No. 1 Alabama and No. 2 Georgia are dominating, you can excuse the rest of the fans in the conference for thinking they’re Bad Boys.

Despite competitors such as Auburn and LSU, it’s the two teams which faced off in last season’s national title game that are heavily favored to be the participants in the SEC Championship Game.

Online comedy series SEC shorts made a hysterical parody of the the TV show Cops, which was a smash hit in the 1990s and early 2000s, and the “suspects” were the Crimson Tide and Bulldogs.

The “crime”?

Beating up on their fellow SEC teams too roughly.

Alabama’s margin of victory is a whopping 41 points. Meanwhile, Georgia is beating teams by an impressive average of 31.2 points. Most recently, Alabama handled Texas A&M 45-23 and Georgia breezed by Missouri 43-29.

This is a bonafide instant classic video from SEC Shorts, which has a strong weekly following.

This week, Alabama hosts Sun Belt opponent Louisiana-Lafayette while Georgia welcomes rival Tennessee.

With loaded rosters across the board, there’s a strong possibility the Bad Boys will be repeat offenders in Week 5.