RECAP: Georgia Bulldogs pull off 13-7 upset of No. 8 Auburn

Sony Michel and the Bulldogs offense moved the ball just enough to edge Auburn Saturday.

ATHENS — Georgia’s defense showed Auburn it’s pretty good, too, and Rodrigo Blankenship made another long field goal as the Bulldogs pulled off a 13-7 upset win over the Tigers Saturday night at Sanford Stadium.

Auburn, the SEC’s leading offense at 500 yards per game, had only 32 yards and no first downs in the second half. The Tigers finished with just 164 total yards. Auburn, ranked No. 8 in the Associated Press poll and No. 9 in the College Football Playoff rankings, had averaged 43 points per game over its last five contests.

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