Well, this is something different for Georgia fans.
The undefeated Bulldogs are trailing Auburn, 16-7, at halftime, and they certainly haven’t had much going offensively through two quarters. This is a matchup of two top-10 teams that so far appears to be living up to the hype.
Can the No. 1 Bulldogs come back to beat the No. 10 Tigers? Either way this game is setting up to have a great finish.
Here’s the best of what fans and analysts have had to say on Twitter with Georgia in a precarious situation:
Defcon 3…. I repeat Defcon 3 Someone check on Champ Bailey haven’t seen him in a while Auburn 16 Dawgs 7 pic.twitter.com/vDAt6ccm2D
— Booger (@ESPNBooger) November 11, 2017
#Dawgs have played as bad as they have all year and some play calls have not helped. Let's see if we can overcome some mistakes and beat a tough team on the road from behind.
— CoachDub (@whitenick20) November 11, 2017
— Jacob Benoff (@Commit_2_The_G) November 11, 2017
— Wade Thomas Byington (@WadeByington) November 11, 2017
— Kevin F. Curtin (@Kevin_Curtin) November 11, 2017
— The Band Wagon (@xTheBandWagonx) November 11, 2017
— Mark Owens (@marko6262) November 11, 2017
I️ hate Auburn more than UF… we better make the comeback #DAWGS
— Hares Husseini (@Huddeini) November 11, 2017
Defense is there. Offense needs to step up especially offensive line. Cut out dumb penalties. Continue pressure on qb and create turnovers. Still in this. #Dawgs
— Derek Randall (@DerekRandall13) November 11, 2017
That 1st half was chock full of drops and stupid penalties and they’re still up only 9 pts. Get it together ASAP.
You’re the better team here. #DAWGS
— Patrik Walker (@VoiceOfTheStar) November 11, 2017
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