Alabama continued preparations for Georgia on Tuesday ahead of the SEC Championship as it tries to keep the undefeated season rolling.

The Bulldogs could give Alabama its toughest test of the season on Saturday with a balanced offensive attack that features the conference's top rushing attack. Defensive tackle Quinnen Williams, who will be a huge part of slowing down Georgia, knows his teammates have to come in prepared to play.

"The leadership we've got, we've been here before," Williams said. "We've been the best team last year and lost to Auburn. Also been the best team and got into a real dogfight with Georgia in the last game. Everybody knows when it's time to come to work. Like, you could be beat any day. You could be the best team in the country and get beat or be the worst team and win."

The defense could add another piece on Saturday with linebacker Terrell Lewis returning to practice this week. The junior suffered an ACL injury in July but made his first appearance at practice on Monday, which caught his teammates off-guard.

"It was a shock for me. Seeing how hard he worked in the offseason, seeing how much passion he played with - not played with but how much passion he had on the sideline and stuff like that - it's just great to see him back on his feet in general."

Alabama and Georgia will square off at 3:00 P.M. on Saturday and pregame coverage will begin on Tide 102.9/100.9 at 10 A.M.