November 4, 2007
Auburn turns full attention to Bulldogs
Auburn WR Robert Dunn wasn't looking ahead. He wasn't going to just forget about Tennessee Tech, not worry about the Golden Eagles.
But Dunn admitted Saturday following the 35-3 win, it didn't take him long to turn his attention to Georgia.
"When the fourth quarter ended," said Dunn.
Dunn and the Tigers travel to Athens Saturday to face the No. 10-ranked Bulldogs, and will be trying to return the favor Georgia paid them a year ago.
Last November, a 6-4 Georgia team came into Jordan-Hare Stadium and beat the Tigers 37-15. Dunn and the Tigers remember the game well. Coach Tommy Tuberville won't let them forget it.
Auburn was ranked No. 5 in the country at the time, but was never in the game from the first whistle. Georgia led 30-7 at the half. At the end of the day, the Dogs had racked up 446 yards of total offense. Auburn managed a mere 171.
"It's hard to forget those type games," said Tuberville. "Georgia came in and hit us from play one and never let up. We never recovered."
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