Fans Make Predictions On Auburn Vs. Georgia Game

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By Amanda Wade

Auburn and Georgia fans are gearing up for the big game tomorrow and fans on both sides of the field believe their team will come out on top.

From lucky shirts to the same parking spots for nearly 20 years, superstitious fans have their predictions on who will win the big game between the Tigers and the Dawgs.

Auburn fans say they are confident their team will send the Dawgs back to Athens without a victory, but Georgia fans are saying Auburn will see the lowest number on the score board.

"Well Auburn's favored by three is what I heard, but I believe if our defense can show up, we're going to have a victory," says Ron Mitchell, a Georgia fan.

Both sides of the field can agree on one thing, they each have traditions that they say will bring luck to their team.

Greg Majors, an Auburn Alumnus, says" It's only silly if it doesn't work, so there's certain things we've got to stick to, and that parking space is key."

Even though Greg Majors has had that parking space for 20 years, Georgia fans, say they are the ones with the luck on their side.
After Mitchell is asked about his new hat, he says, "I definitely think its got some luck in it for this game. I feel very good about this game."

Both Georgia and Auburn fans predict a good game in Jordan Hare Stadium on Saturday.

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