10th Place Auburn Shocks No. 2 Georgia


No. 10 Auburn University’s Tigers, dominated No. 2 University of Georgia’s Bulldogs in a attainment that sees them closer to a playoffs in a NFL. The final measure was 40-17.

The highlights of a diversion on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017, saw Auburn star Kerryon Johnson run for 167 yards and hold a 55-yard touchdown pass from Jarrett Stidham to aid them past Georgia’s using game.

Auburn started a diversion clever as they hold Georgia’s Nick Chubb, Sony Michel and a SEC’s tip belligerent diversion to 46 yards, that is 233 next their deteriorate average.

Johnson hold dual passes for 66 yards, using 32 times in a process. Stidham threw for 214 yards and 3 touchdowns, all of that were 30-plus yards.

Georgia’s mistakes cost them 3 Auburn touchdowns. One of their early errors was a roughing chastisement in a initial half. The Bulldogs threw divided a punt lapse and had a 15-yard personal tainted chastisement in a third entertain when Auburn punished with dual touchdowns.

Ryan Davis returned a punt 26 yards into Georgia’s territory, bringing a Tigers closer to a idea line. Then Davis took a pass from 32 yards out for a touchdown to make it 30-7.

Team’s Standing

The Tigers, 8-2 and 6-1, are still fighting in Western Division and potentially playoff row after breaking a three-year losing strain opposite one of their tip rivals.

The Bulldogs, 9-1 and 6-1, entered this diversion with a tip mark in playoff rankings and could get revenge if a Tigers can repeat tonight’s attainment and kick No. 1 Alabama in dual weeks.

Written by Gian Torres
Edited by Cathy Milne


USA TODAY: No. 10 Auburn smothers No. 2 Georgia in 40-17 victory

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