AUBURN, Ala.—Greetings from the loveliest village on the Plains. OK, that’s what the locals around here call it, right?
Top-ranked Georgia hopes that’s how they feel about their time here Saturday after they are through playing No. 10 Auburn.
The Bulldogs this season have won in places they’ve never been before (hello, South Bend), before 100,000 (on Rocky Top) and in the smallest venue in the SEC (Vanderbilt).
“It’s the same challenge it is at most SEC places,” Georgia coach Kirby Smart said. “It’s just a little bit louder, and they have a good team. The better the team is the tougher the place to play is. Their fans get loud, get rowdy — they are there pregame until the end and there have been some really loud moments playing in that stadium. I would not expect it to be any different on Saturday.”
This should be the toughest road environment so far for freshman quarterback Jake Fromm.
“I think playing in that Notre Dame environment was really good for him because that was one of the tougher environments,” Smart