Heading into Saturday’s SEC Championship Game, it’s fair to wonder what would have happened if Auburn had to play Georgia and Alabama on the road instead of at Jordan-Hare Stadium.

The Tigers took care of business against the two No. 1 teams at home, but Saturday’s rematch against the Bulldogs will be at a neutral site in Atlanta.

Both of Auburn’s two losses — Clemson and LSU — came on the road, so it’s fair to question the Tigers’ ability to win away from Jordan-Hare. During a conference call on Wednesday, CBS broadcaster Gary Danielson said he’s not so sure the Tigers can handle tough road games (via 247Sports):

“Auburn has proved they’re elite at home,” Danielson said Wednesday. “I don’t know if they’ve proved to me they’re elite away from Jordan-Hare (Stadium).”

Auburn’s two road losses came earlier this season, so we’ll get a chance to see on Saturday if the Tigers recent hot streak carries over to a neutral site or not.

If it does, more neutral site games await, as the Tigers will be going to the College Football Playoff.