No. 10 Auburn pulled off a huge win on Saturday afternoon, routing No. 1 Georgia 40-17 in one of the biggest wins of the year.
Auburn DC Kevin Steele’s defense was the star of the show, holding the Bulldogs to a measly 46 rushing yards.
On Sunday, Steele was still riding high from the big victory. As you can see below, he told reporters that he won’t soon forget Saturday’s upset:
Steele: "I've been coaching for 38 years. If you ask me about (the game) 38 years from now, I'll remember last night." #MGMAuburn
— Matthew Stevens (@matthewcstevens) November 13, 2017
Auburn will have another chance to pick up a memorable win in two weeks, when undefeated Alabama comes to town.
A win in that game and the Tigers would be legitimate threats for a spot in the College Football Playoff. The SEC West title will be decided in that game and the winner will get a chance to play Georgia in the title contest.
If the Tigers make it to Atlanta, it will quickly turn into a memorable season for Steele and his Tigers.