Georgia vs. Auburn, 11/16/19 Week 12 Predictions & Preview

Tanya Simon
November 17, 2019

Both teams are excited for the game Saturday, but Auburn has deeper reasons behind their excitement, and that is the Tigers get to play at home.

Georgia has shown this season that it can win in a hostile road environment. This information is subject to change, however, so be sure to check out our NCAAF Public Betting Page for updated figures on the game. Auburn has faced four ranked teams this season and have gone 2-2, with wins over then #11 OR and at then #17 Texas A&M, and losses at then #10 Florida and then #2 LSU. Auburn will be going bowling for the seventh straight season.

Auburn's defense did their part to avoid an Ole Miss upset bid, limiting the Rebels to 266 total yards and 3.7 yards per pass completion. Take AUBURN (100) and the points.

Auburn's leading rusher Boobee Whitlow left late in the game against Florida with a knee injury. Seth Williams is the team's leading receiver with 35 catches for 569 yards and eight touchdowns.

Georgia's season looked done and dusted after an overtime home loss to SC a month ago, but the Bulldogs have since rebounded in style.

It was the first rushing touchdown the Bulldogs had allowed all season. Offensively, Georgia is putting up 33.7 points and 449.7 yards per contest.

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Fromm was 13-of-28 passing for just 110 yards, but had a 51-yard touchdown pass to Dominick Blaylock and a pair of 5-yarders to Eli Wolf and Brian Herrien.

In six SEC games, the junior running back has combined for 680 yards and four touchdowns on 114 rushing attempts. The Tigers have already lost twice this season and at 7-2 they trail both LSU and Alabama in the SEC West.

These two have hit the under in seven of their last nine encounters.

The committee said that with confidence last week, and Saturday's victory will keep the Bulldogs in that coveted No. 4 spot - the top spot for the one-loss teams remaining in the CFP mix.

George Pickens was originally committed to come play at Auburn as early as 2017 until flipping his commitment to Georgia in February of 2019.

The main question for the Tigers' 45th-ranked patchwork offense is whether they can generate enough offense against the Bulldogs' No. 2 scoring defense, which allows just 10.1 points per game. "I hope he never has to punt 11 times in a game again".

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