WATCH: Kirby Smart press conference after win over Auburn | Arena


Georgia Football head coach Kirby Smart meets the media after Georgia’s 42-10 win over the Auburn Tigers in the 128th edition of the Deep South’s oldest rivalry.

He began with his usual thanks to Georgia Football fans who showed up in droves on Saturday.

Kirby Smart press conference after Auburn (; 1:33 p.m.)

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RECAP: Final – Georgia spill out in second half

It was a story of two halves for the Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday afternoon, at least for the offense.

It was the usual defensive performance Georgia fans have grown accustomed to under head coach Kirby Smart. A sweltering, suffocating performance for most of three quarters, followed by a foul time touchdown once the game is completely out of control. They successfully pressured Auburn QB Robbie Ashford for most of four quarters and forced another turnover during the season when Ashford fumbled in the second quarter.

On offense, quarterback Stetson Bennett had another half to forget in the first half, completing just 7 of 13 passes for just 25 yards. He would open the third quarter with a third quarter tape sack fumble that led to Georgia giving up a field goal to the Tigers.

After that first possession to open the second half, Georgia scored touchdowns on four of its next five possessions, including a career-long 68-yard touchdown by Stetson Bennett.

Georgia’s offensive performance on Saturday will likely be remembered for offensive line effort and execution. There was a clear and obvious push created by an offensive unit that struggled to control the line of scrimmage a week ago against Missouri. It was the fourth-quarter push a week ago, in which they rushed for over 100 yards in the quarter, which clearly had to come into Saturday’s game.

Georgia will host Vanderbilt for Homecoming.

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