2018 SeasonAll times ET

2018 Schedule
7-4, 4th in SEC - West
Auburn was determined to pitch a shutout (0:38)
Davis becomes Auburn's all-time leading WR (1:14)
Stidham proud of team's camaraderie (1:13)
Stidham dials up long TD (0:31)
Stidham connects with Cannella for TD (0:29)
Stidham runs the keeper for TD (0:23)
Auburn blocks punt for a safety (0:38)
Williams runs back pick-6 for Auburn (0:37)
A case of mistaken identity: Dee Ford (3:59)
Bo, Herschel know SEC owns the 4th quarter (0:29)
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4d

Auburn DE Coe out with 'wrist-type situation'

Auburn Tigers defensive end Nick Coe will miss Saturday's game against the Liberty Flames with an unspecified injury. Coach Gus Malzahn said Coe had a "wrist-type situation."

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Georgia receiver Terry Godwin's 38-yard catch and run for a touchdown late in the first half gave the Bulldogs much-needed momentum.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Getting back a healthy DeAndre Swift has been a key to Georgia's offensive success, according to quarterback Jake Fromm.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Georgia tailback DeAndre Swift says the Bulldogs' depth in the backfield has helped him stay fresh for the stretch run.

No. 5 Georgia drubs No. 24 Auburn (3:35)
Swift on Georgia's O-line: 'I can't do nothing without them' (1:01)
7d

Swift runs for 186 yards, No. 5 Georgia beats Auburn 27-10

No. 5 Georgia struck for a pair of touchdowns late in the first half to take control and D'Andre Swift finished off Auburn with a 77-yard scoring run early in the fourth quarter to lead the Bulldogs to a 27-10 victory over their oldest rival Saturday...

Swift breaks free for 77-yard TD (0:47)

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Georgia fans light up Sanford Stadium heading into the fourth quarter.

Fromm picked off by Auburn (0:32)
Fromm, Georgia on top of Auburn at the half (1:34)
Fromm hits Godwin in stride for 38-yard TD (0:37)
Fromm hits Simmons for TD to retake lead (0:31)

Team Stats

Passing Yards217.0
Rushing Yards149.9
Points For26.7206th
Points Against18.3