When the computers tallied the numbers at SEC Media Days, Auburn received the most votes to win the 2015 SEC championship.

And with that, expectations, fair or not, were set for the upcoming season.

It’s easy to see the media intrigue with this year’s team. The combination of a Gus Malzahn offense and Will Muschamp defense does inspire thoughts of championship football.

But, if only for a moment, let’s put aside daydreaming of the future and take a look at Auburn’s past against the season’s upcoming opponents.

Here’s a breakdown the Tigers’ history against every opponent on this year’s schedule.

2015 record according to history: 7-3-2*
Most unfamiliar opponent: Jacksonville State
Most familiar opponent: Georgia
Most lopsided series: Kentucky

*Based on which team holds an all-time series advantage.

Sept. 5 vs. Louisville (Atlanta, Ga.): One of the most anticipated games of college football’s opening weekend, the Cardinals and Tigers are expected to put on a show during the Chick-Fil-A Kickoff Game in Atlanta. It is the first meeting between the two since 1974, which was a 16-3 win for Auburn in a season-opener played in Birmingham, and only the second meeting overall.

Series history: Auburn leads 1-0.

Sept. 12 vs. Jacksonville State: Maybe the least-exciting game on the schedule, it’s also the first matchup between Auburn and Jacksonville State. Nothing to see here.

Series history: First meeting.

Sept. 19 at LSU: Auburn defeated LSU 41-7 in a decisive game at Jordan-Hare Stadium last season, but it was just the second win for Auburn in the last eight meetings. Expect LSU to be looking for revenge for last year’s embarrassing loss in what should be one of the most important SEC games played in September.

Series history: LSU leads 27-17-1.

Sept. 26 vs. Mississippi State: Auburn was one of 10 teams to lose to Mississippi State last season, dropping the SEC West contest 38-23 at Davis-Wade Stadium in Starkville last October. But traditionally, this is a series in which Auburn has performed very well. Auburn has won 11 of the last 14 meetings.

Series history: Auburn leads 61-25-2.

Oct. 3 vs. San Jose State: Last season’s 59-13 win for Auburn was the first meeting between the schools. Expect more of the same this season in the second meeting.

Series history: Auburn leads 1-0.

Oct. 15 at Kentucky: After a five-season layoff, this series picks up with a trip to Lexington in October. Auburn has won 16 of the last 17 meetings, with 2009’s loss being the only time Kentucky has won in this series in the last 48 years.

Series history: Auburn leads 25-6-1.

Oct. 24 at Arkansas: In 10 meetings during the last decade, this series has been split five games each. Auburn has won the last two meetings, including a 45-21 victory in 2014’s season opener. The Razorbacks are considered one of the most improved teams in the conference heading into 2015.

Series history: Auburn leads 13-10-1.

Oct. 31 vs. Ole Miss: The Tigers have won five of the last six meetings in this series, including a dramatic 35-31 win last season. Ole Miss is expected to be one of the top contenders in the SEC West this season, meaning this game could again carry a good deal of significance.

Series history: Auburn leads 29-10.

Nov. 7 at Texas A&M: In three meetings since the Aggies joined the SEC, the two teams have combined for 249 points. Can we expect more of the same in 2015, or will the hiring of Muschamp at Auburn and John Chavis at Texas A&M limit the scoring?

Series history: Texas A&M leads 4-1.

Nov. 14 vs. Georgia: This is pretty cool: the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry is at a gridlock after 118 meetings, with each team claiming 55 wins. It’s fitting that the outcome of this season’s meeting, which will tip the balance to one of the schools, could do the same in the SEC East and SEC West divisional races.

Series history: Series tied 55-55-8.

Nov. 21 vs. Idaho: Auburn squeaked by with a 30-23 win in the Tigers’ only previous meeting with the Vandals. This game is strategically placed on the schedule to give Auburn an extra week of rest and preparation for the Iron Bowl. It should be an easier win this time around.

Series history: Auburn leads 1-0.

Nov. 28 vs. Alabama: How many people would be surprised to know that Auburn holds a 9-6 advantage in this series in the last 15 meetings? Last season’s Iron Bowl was unusually high-scoring (Alabama won, 55-44). After dropping three of the last four, can the Tigers get back to their winning ways in this series in 2015?

Series history: Alabama leads 43-35-1.