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SEC Championship spurs sibling rivalry for sisters

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The big Georgia-Alabama SEC Championship match up has gone to a whole new level for two metro Atlanta sisters.  Jenna Jackson goes to Georgia, but her sister Jessica goes to Alabama, and both girls have been talking plenty of smack ahead of Saturday's big game. 

The sisters told All News 106.7's Trey Thomas they'll root for their respective teams this weekend.  Meanwhile, their mom, Sandra, is caught in the middle.  She wears both teams' pins on her lapel for her girls, and says she refuses to take sides. 

No matter who wins, the sisters say they'll come together in the end-- but they may not be speaking for a few days after the game.

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