Auburn football is a top-10 team just in time for the matchup against undefeated rival Georgia, which is No. 1 in the College Football Playoff rankings.
Although Georgia has the better record and is the favorite, No. 10 Auburn might have an advantage or two it could use in this showdown.
In this week’s Sound Off, presented by Zaxby’s, SEC Country’s Justin Ferguson and Lauren Shute discuss the high-profile matchup (3:30 p.m. ET Saturday, CBS).
Sound Off: How will Auburn enter November after CFP ranking?
Some timestamps to help guide you:
- Auburn is rolling into this game with some momentum after another high-scoring SEC road win, this time against Texas A&M. But Auburn could have a different kind of edge in this game at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Where do our experts think the Tigers can find an advantage? (0:08)
- Auburn’s special teams have had their issues, giving up big returns in each of their last three games. Auburn will need its special teams to improve in order to have a shot against a great Georgia team. How could Gus Malzahn fix that for the Tigers this week? (3:25)
- This is do-or-die time for Malzahn. The Tigers have been ineffective against highly ranked teams since the 2013 season. Auburn has lost three straight against both Georgia and Alabama, and this matchup with the Bulldogs might be the more likely upset. Our experts break down this all-important matchup for Malzahn and his tenure on the Plains. (5:26)
Check back at SEC Country all week for everything you need to know about Auburn football.
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