Power Ranking Auburn's 2014 Schedule from Easiest to Toughest

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Power Ranking Auburn's 2014 Schedule from Easiest to Toughest
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Much has been made of Auburn's 2014 schedule, since it was officially confirmed—the two Mississippi road trips, the visit to Kansas State for a nationally televised Thursday night clash and the pickup of South Carolina in the rotating cross-divisional schedule.

And who could forget the history-making pair of road games at bitter rivals Georgia and Alabama?

The defending SEC champions have plenty of talent returning from last season and will most likely be a top-five team heading into the 2014 schedule. With starting quarterback Nick Marshall returning to lead Gus Malzahn's high-octane offense and a reloaded defense eager to push itself to new heights, Auburn is projected to be in the battle for the four spots in the first College Football Playoff. 

But, like most schedules in the nation's toughest conference, Auburn's 2014 schedule will be a grind through some of the top teams in college football. If the Tigers are going to get back to the sport's biggest stage, they will have to run the gauntlet once again.

Here is a look at the 12 regular-season opponents Auburn has in its crosshairs for 2014, ranked from easiest to toughest.


Returning starter numbers are taken from Phil Steele, unless otherwise noted, and opening lines are taken from the Golden Nugget.

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