Auburn safety Tray Matthews played at Georgia before suiting up for the Tigers. Here's his thoughts on Saturday's SEC Championship Game. On Auburn: "We're very hungry right now. I feel like it's our time. So we're going to go get it." "Everyone wants to play in the SEC championship. ... It's really that national championship that we are looking for. But I can't look ahead of that." "The SEC championship is a big game. I remember watching Georgia and LSU play back when Alec Ogletree was my big brother,

Watch: What Tray Matthews says about Georgia, his former team

Former Newnan High School standout Tray Matthews played one season at Georgia, starting six games as freshman, before he was kicked off the team by then-coach Mark Richt.

Matthews found a new home at Auburn and has started at safety for the Tigers the last two seasons.

Matthews and Auburn play the Bulldogs Saturday in the SEC Championship Game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Watch the video above to find out what Matthews thinks about Georgia now, and what the Tigers plan to do to beat the Bulldogs for a second time this season.

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