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“I feel good about where we’re at. I feel good about our approach. I feel good about our plan. The bottom line is now we have to carry it over and perform.”
A quick-hitting look at all the information you’ll need to get ready for kickoff, including kick time, TV network, what’s stake, three storylines to watch, the key matchup, a number to pay attention to and a long list of injuries on both sidelines.
A collection of 10 facts and stats, streaks and feats in preparation for Saturday’s SEC football games.
Find out which elite prospects will be in town to watch the Tigers face the Gamecocks.
We reached out to South Carolina beat writer David Caraviello of the Charleston Post and Courier for more intel on the Gamecocks (4-3, 2-3 SEC) as they travel to Jordan-Hare Stadium to face No. 5 Auburn (5-1, 2-1) Saturday at 6:30 p.m. on the SEC Network.
Under Gus Malzahn, No. 5 Auburn (5-1, 2-1 SEC) is trying to bounce back off of a loss to No. 1 Mississippi State with the help of the bye week, and Steve Spurrier takes South Carolina (4-3, 2-3) to Jordan-Hare trying to shed the program’s seven-game losing streak against the Tigers.
Young says the feeling of pulling a big fish out of the water is something like “I can’t compare it to anything,” Young said. “It’s like that feeling when we got that Kick Six against Alabama last year.”
This week on the Auburn Podcast, AL.com sports producer Matt Scalici is joined by Auburn bloggers Blake Ells and WarBlogle to discuss their thoughts on the developments around the SEC during Auburn’s bye week and the Tigers’ upcoming matchup with South Carolina, who incidentally has not beaten Auburn in a very, very long time.