2017 SEC Championship: Georgia Bulldogs defeat the Tigers 28-7

A worker puts up a Southeastern Conference logo ahead of tomorrow's SEC championship NCAA college football game between Georgia and Auburn in Atlanta, Friday, Dec. 1, 2017. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

ATLANTA, GA (WIAT) — Auburn’s rocky early season smoothed out nicely, with late-season wins over then-#1 Georgia, and later Alabama in the Iron Bowl for the first time since 2013 carrying them into the SEC Championship.

This year’s SEC Championship is a rematch of a Nov. 11 matchup between the Tigers and the Dawgs, where Auburn came away as the victor with a dominating 40-17 win.

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Will this game be a repeat of defeat? Or will Georgia be able to claim redemption?

Follow this post for a running log of the game:


(9:54) Auburn scores on their first drive; Score 7-0, Auburn.

End of first quarter; Auburn leads Georgia 7-0.


(10:14) Georgia ties it up with a TD. Score: 7-7.

(5:59) Georgia takes the lead for the first time after a 27-yard field goal. Score 10-7, Georgia.

HALFTIME: Auburn trails Georgia by a field goal, 10-7.


(8:14) Auburn attempts a field goal; Georgia blocks the kick.

(1:26) Georgia’s Blankenship widens their lead with a FG, score: 13-7.


(13:06) Georgia widens their lead after Auburn’s Kerryon Johnson fumbles, and Georgia turns it into a touchdown. Georgia goes for 2, and gets it. Score: 21-7, Georgia.

(10:34) Georgia scores another TD–score: 28-7, Georgia.

FINAL SCORE: Georgia takes home the SEC Championship title with a win over the Auburn Tigers, 28-7.

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