Florida’s 31-29 loss to Alabama on Saturday should accomplish a couple of things:

The Crimson Tide's tightrope victory should extinguish any thought Alabama players might have that they could cruise through the SEC.

And future Alabama opponents should take it as a sign the Crimson Tide isn't invincible.

If Florida gets another shot at Alabama in the SEC Championship or College Football Playoff, Alabama ought to be on guard.

Here are five other SEC teams that can beat Alabama.

Georgia

When they play: Not scheduled; could meet in SEC Championship on Dec. 4 or CFP

Why Georgia can win: As South Carolina coach Shane Beamer put it Saturday, Georgia has “like a hundred five-star football players on their defense.” The Bulldogs’ loaded defense is reminiscent of a vintage Alabama defense. Georgia’s offense started slowly but was missing wide receiver Kearis Jackson and tight end Darnell Washington. This offense should function at a higher level come December.

Why Georgia should be concerned: We’re not living in the same college football era as when LSU beat Alabama 9-6 in 2011. No matter how good a team's defense is, it’s going to have to score at least a few touchdowns to beat the Crimson Tide nowadays. Alabama’s defense proved to be vulnerable against Florida's ground game, but that was partly because of quarterback Emory Jones’ running ability and Alabama’s struggle to defend the speed option and read-option. Bulldogs quarterback JT Daniels isn’t a running threat, and Georgia’s pro-style offense is easier to prepare for than Florida's system.