Georgia beat Auburn 56-49 in four overtimes in 1996. The game was made even more memorable by Georgia’s mascot UGA V trying to take a chunk out of an Auburn player after a touchdown. UGA coach Jim Donnan benched Mike Bobo and started Brian Smith at QB. Georgia was 3-5 at the time and had just lost to Florida 47-7. Georgia trailed by 21 in the second quarter and by 14 points at halftime. Bobo came in and was 21 for 37 for 360 yards, with two TDs and no interceptions. The Bulldogs’ Robert Edwards had

Watch: The wildest game in Georgia-Auburn history

There’s been a lot of wild games in the Georgia-Auburn series. But the 1996 game may never be topped. Four overtimes, 105 points, 21-point comebacks, 1,095 yards of offense -- and it is the only game in the series that included a dog trying to bite a player.

The Bulldogs upset the Tigers 56-49. In the first quarter, Georgia’s mascot UGA V lunged at an Auburn player who’d just scored a touchdown.

The schools meet again Saturday in the SEC Championship Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart played in the 1996 game.

Click on the video above to look back at the memorable game 21 years ago.

Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs are getting ready to play the Auburn Tigers Saturday afternoon in Atlanta