Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm stands on the sidelines in the final minutes of a 40-17 loss to Auburn in a NCAA college football game at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday, November 11, 2017, in Auburn. Curtis Compton/ccompton@ajc.com

What’s next? Historical context for Georgia’s loss and title hopes

Georgia fell, and fell hard, on Saturday night, 40-17 at Auburn, and many of you may not wish to re-hash any of it. That’s perfectly understandable. For those who can bear it, hopefully some of these numbers will provide some insight and perspective, both for the game, the season and what remains to be done:

Read it all on myajc.com.

What was said about Georgia's loss to Auburn "They just whipped us up front. Bottom line, we couldn't move it." -- Georgia coach Kirby Smart “We dominated both lines of scrimmage.” -- Auburn coach Gus Malzahn “We made mistakes. We did something that’s not part of our identity. We’ve got to go back to work and fix it.” -- UGA running back Sony Michel “That’s not us." -- Georgia linebacker Lorenzo Carter. "The Bulldogs were somewhat exposed. Not only are they not perfect, they are quit

Three things to know about Georgia’s loss to Auburn

Bradley: Georgia loses horribly. But all is not lost

Schultz: UGA gets knocked silly, now must respond        

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