The Auburn defense was suffocating for one quarter, and was still good throughout the middle of the game, but Georgia made adjustments by the fourth quarter to come back from a 20-point deficit.
This week's Undercover Barner allows a Georgia fan to write some stuff, so that's a pretty big step toward maturity.
There was a fairly big game to discuss on this week's episode.
In three quarters, Georgia forced Auburn to punt only once as the Tigers built a 20-point lead. In the fourth quarter, Georgia forced two three-and-outs and gained its first lead of the game. Of course, The Play changed all of that.
SPORTS: THERE'S NOTHING LIKE 'EM.
The world turned upside down, and the real miracle was that no one perished in the eruption of humanity as Ricardo Louis strolled into the end zone.
Ricardo Louis provided the biggest highlight we'll see for some time.
So, was there anything to talk about after that one?
Trying to make sense of the greatest/worst win of the year.
It's the Deep South's Oldest Rivalry. Discuss all the action right here.
Just how unbalanced is the Auburn offense, and will it be forced to put the ball in the air when facing the Georgia defense?
It's time for another meeting of the South's oldest rivals.
Winter may be around the corner, but the sun is shining bright on the Plains.
The Tigers will try to continue their incredible turnaround against the rival Bulldogs.
This week’s Undercover Barner had every intention of just listing reasons why Georgia is the worst, but instead discusses Tennessee, LSU and Alabama first, and only says "Dwags" once. OK, maybe twice.
Vegas likes Auburn by a field goal over Georgia.
The Deep South's Oldest rivalry will be either in the afternoon or at night.
"I thought he threw it really well, but we missed about five deep shots that were there. It was just a hair overthrown or underthrown. But it's really close, and the ball looks good coming off his ...
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