Auburn vs Georgia

Biggest College Football Rivalries: Auburn vs. Georgia

It’s Auburn vs. Georgia: The Tigers are trying to inch their way back into the College Football Playoff conversation heading into the Iron Bowl, but they will have to get through Georgia, in Athens to do that.

Prediction: Auburn 38, Georgia 31

The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry kicks off this Saturday in an underrated SEC showdown when Auburn meets Georgia in Athens. The Auburn Georgia rivalry is one of the most-storied and exciting in college football history and takes on a larger meaning this year as Auburn fights for a spot in the College Football Playoff.

The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry goes all the way back to 1892 and is about as balanced of a rivalry as you can find as Georgia leads the series 56-55-8. The Auburn Georgia rivalry has been dominated by Georgia as of late though. The Bulldogs have won four of the past five meetings and eight of the past 10 with three of their past four wins coming by 27 points or more.

Auburn vs. Georgia looks to be a tipping in the direction of the Tigers this year, as they enter as a 7-2 College Football Playoff contender who still controls their destiny in the SEC West and the Bulldogs come in at 5-4 hoping to just make a bowl game. The Tigers come in as the favorites in Auburn vs. Georgia this year and look to tie up The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry and beat their hated rival from their neighboring state.

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