These two teams are almost mirror images of each other.
Both staged massive turnarounds from last season.
Both feature dual threat quarterbacks and a strong running game.
Both are Tigers and both coaches wear visors.
Auburn will be coming into the game off a very emotional Iron Bowl victory over arch rival Alabama.
Chris Davis' 108 yard kick six touchdown run won the game for
the Tigers 34-28.
The players say they can move past that win and focus on Mizzou.
"Anytime that a team can go through the SEC conference. And win the SEC championship it's big time. It's something that is monumental," said Auburn defensive lineman Nosa Eguae. "It means a lot. We're just worrying about Missouri. We're worrying about getting better every day."
"That's our big challenge as a team," said Auburn coach Gus Malzahn. "It was a very emotional win. It was a very physcial game. But we have to put it behind us. We have to put it behind us and put all our attention on Missouri. You're talking about a top five team. And a chance to win the SEC championship."
KOLR 10 is the only place you can see this game, kickoff at 3:00 p.m. Saturday from the Georiga Dome in Atlanta.
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