AUBURN, Ala. (AP) -- Auburn's players are describing the next two
games as "make or break" and "all or nothing."
That certainly could be true in the national championship
picture, but the No. 2 Tigers also face their two biggest rivals,
Georgia and No. 11 Alabama.
Auburn needs only to beat one of them to play in the
Southeastern Conference title game. Win both, and they most likely
head to Atlanta with a BCS championship shot on the line.
Auburn receiver Terrell Zachery says he feels like the next two
games mean "everything."
The Bulldogs must beat one of their two traditional rivals,
Auburn or Georgia Tech, to become bowl eligible. Bulldogs coach
Mark Richt says his players were probably turning thoughts to
Auburn even before Saturday's rout of Idaho State ended.
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