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Auburn vs. Georgia

What to Watch

As Auburn and Georgia resume the SEC's oldest football rivalry, Tiger partisans hope the unusual trend of a road team victory continues for at least one more season. Auburn has won on 14 of its 22 trips to Sanford Stadium in Athens. Georgia has done very well at Jordan-Hare Stadium, where the Bulldogs have a 10-7-2 mark since the game was moved from Memorial Stadium in Columbus, Ga., to the campus sites in 1959.

Auburn leads the overall series 47-45-8, but fell last season 56-49 in the strangest game of the year. That contest went into four overtimes. The odds of that happening again are not very high. As the Tigers and Bulldogs get it on for the 101st time, here is What to Watch:


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