Auburn and Georgia will play in the “Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry” for the 117th time this Saturday with major implications on the line.
Alabama used a punishing ground attack in the second half to pull away from LSU on Saturday. The Crimson Tide ran the ball 42 times and averaged 4.6 yards per carry for the game.
Alabama and LSU renew a Southern rivalry this Saturday that has had national championship implications the last five seasons.
Missouri and Auburn continued to make cases for the SEC Championship this past weekend with convincing wins over Tennessee and Arkansas, respectively.