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    Auburn wears down Georgia 49-31 to win SEC west

    Updated: November 16th, 2010
  • You would have thought at the start of this game that all the prognosticators were right and the talk of Cam Newton’s problems would affect Auburn against an improving Georgia team. Well they were right for the first quarter and then Auburn and Cam Newton took control. Down 21 to 7 after the first period, Auburn then outscored Georgia 42-10 for the rest of the game. There are no more accolades that can be said about Auburn’s offense and as I’ve said before in previous articles, their defense gets tougher when the chips are down and the game is on the line. Auburn stopped Georgia when they were down 14 and had additional stops when Georgia was trying to make a comeback. Newton and McCalebb punished Georgia on the ground as the team ran for 315 yards tiring out the Georgia defense as the rushing became much easier as the game went on. AJ Greene was the bright spot for Georgia catching 9 passes for 164 yards from Murray who gets better every week. The juggernaut has three more games to go to win a national championship. They have a week off before Alabama and then play South Carolina the following week. Neither will be easy but they are that good. Congratulations to Auburn.

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    John "JJBeatz" Jacobson is a handicapping analyst who covers the Big Ten, Sun Belt, MAC, Big East, Big 12 and Conference USA for www.collegefootballbreakdown.com. His nickname, "JJBeatz" was given to him by colleagues on Wall Street for his ability to make them money betting college football. JJBeatz is short for JJ beats the spread.

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