Georgia scored the final 28 points against an Auburn defense
that was leading the SEC and ranked fifth nationally in points
allowed, just 14.5 per game. Georgia has eclipsed 40 points in
three straight games, the first time that's happened since 1942.
The 8-and-2 Bulldogs remained on top of the Southeastern
Conference East with a 5-2 mark. But they'll need a little help to
reach the December 1st championship game in nearby Atlanta.
Tennessee has only two SEC losses, too, and holds the tiebreaker
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