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Entering the final weekend of college football in September, we are starting to see separation in team's quests for playoff berths. While it is still early to make steadfast predictions, we have a sense of which teams are true contenders versus absolute pretenders.
There is arguably no division in College Football that is more competitive week in and week out than the SEC West, with three of the top seven teams in the nation being from it. Here is your weekend preview of the games taking place in the West.
The Auburn defense was on fire this past Saturday. Their defensive line was getting excellent penetration and completely shut down the Aggies' run game.
Hot off a 5-0 week, can these unconventional stats and previews prove consistent winners? Follow along to see if the stats stay hot as we preview an Auburn SEC clash, neutral site rivalry game in the SEC West, a winless Vandy, and College Gameday's marquee match-up.
Auburn is starting to get into the heart of their SEC schedule, and they are looking for a chance to take the division crown away from Alabama.
Heading into week 5, the Tigers have climbed into the No. 7 spot in the latest poll. The higher that Auburn climbs in the polls, the more pressure that is put on the team for a potential playoff appearance. The question is, how will the Tigers be able to handle the limelight?
It is slim pickings during week five in the SEC East as three teams have bye weeks. Georgia and Missouri are going on byes following big wins while Tennessee searches for anything to salvage the 2019 season. While those teams prepare for week six, Florida and Vanderbilt will have matchups against non-conference opponents and Kentucky will square off with South Carolina in Columbia.
Last year’s loss to Mississippi State has loomed over the Auburn football team for almost a year. This was one of the first things Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn discussed at his press conference on Tuesday, “They bottom lined embarrassed us last year,” he said.
The Auburn Soccer Team comes home to play Tennessee Thursday night after a successful road trip to Kentucky and Old Dominion.
Auburn and Old Dominion battled to a scoreless draw Sunday afternoon in Norfolk, Virginia. The match against Old Dominion concludes Auburn’s non-conference schedule for the season, in which the team went (3-3-2).
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Stop me if you’ve heard this one before, “Gus Malzahn has taken the Auburn Tigers into College Station and defeated Texas A&M on the road.”
In the past, the Auburn Tigers have had great success at Kyle Field, but on the road against other Top 25 teams they have not been as successful.
Auburn conceded a fourth minute goal to start the match but rallied late with goals from Jessie Gerow and Hailey Whitaker to win its SEC Opener against Kentucky in Lexington, 2-1 in double-overtime.
In the first three games of this season, Davidson has a team leading four and a half tackles for loss, which matches his total from all of last season. Among these tackles for loss is Davidson's two and a half sacks, a number which also leads the Tigers defense.
Kentucky's losing record when playing teams named Bulldogs, Florida never losing to an unranked Tennessee and Notre Dame and Georgia's records on Gameday are just some of many unconventional stats for SEC Football games this week.
Imagine, as I'm sure every Auburn fan does, that the Tigers were able to stop Florida State on their last drive and win the championship. Would Malzahn be on a hot seat like he has the last three years, or would he be viewed as one of the best coaches in the SEC?