Auburn vs. Georgia: Live Scores, Highlights and Analysis

Jeremy Hillman@@SECpigskinContributor INovember 12, 2011

LIVE SCORE TRACKING: Auburn 7 Georgia 45 Final

In 1892, in a place known as Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Auburn and Georgia played the very first game in a rivalry now known as "the deep south's oldest rivalry."

The Tigers and Bulldogs have played each other 114 times over the years.

With seemingly every game being a hard-fought, close battle, the series record is virtually a tie; Auburn leads Georgia just 54-52-8 over the life of the football rivalry.

Expect another close battle Saturday, as both teams are ranked in the top 25 and have the talent to execute on both sides of the ball.

Georgia is fighting to stay atop the SEC Eastern Division and earn a trip to the SEC championship game, while Auburn is working to improve their bowl position (which could be as high as the Cotton Bowl with a win this weekend).

It was a chippy game in the last encounter, with Auburn beating Georgia on the Tigers' way to a BCS National Championship.

Look for focused play and revenge to be on the mind of the Bulldogs, and for the Tigers to try and silent the crowd and emotions early.

It should be a another great game between the Tigers and Dawgs.

Follow all of the action, story lines, scores and stats right here with me, as I provide live updates throughout pregame, during the game, and post game.

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