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Tim Tebow Reveals Who The SEC's 2 Best Teams Will Be In 2018

A closeup of Tim Tebow.

MIAMI, FL - DECEMBER 29: Tim Tebow looks on prior to the College Football Playoff Semifinal between the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Oklahoma Sooners at the Capital One Orange Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium on December 29, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)

Tim Tebow thinks two teams will be above the rest in the SEC in 2018.

Alabama and Georgia met in a thrilling national title game last month, with the Crimson Tide winning in overtime.

Would anyone be surprised if they had a rematch in the SEC title game next December? We wouldn't.

Tim Tebow apparently wouldn't either. Tebow offered his thoughts on all things SEC football to SEC Country this week.

When it comes to predicting division winners, Tebow is going with the Crimson Tide and the Bulldogs. This should be a popular pick.

Alabama won the SEC West three straight years before Auburn snapped the streak in 2017. Georgia's 2017 SEC East title was its first since 2012, and the Bulldogs won their first SEC Championship Game since 2012.

Tebow's major reason for picking Alabama and Georgia? Their quarterbacks.

“I think the two best teams in the SEC will be Alabama and Georgia. Kind of because of that, I think Jake Fromm and Tua are probably your two leading candidates [for SEC Offensive Player of the Year], because they’re also on the best teams. It doesn’t mean they’re the best players, but they’re good quarterbacks on the best teams. That usually affects things a little bit.”

Tebow also offered his opinions on potential breakout players, programs and more.

You can read the whole SEC Country piece here.