No. 18 Auburn had a chance to make a statement Saturday with a huge home game against No. 2 Georgia.

Instead, it was the Bulldogs who made the same statement they have all year, that they have the best defense in the country and are going to be very tough to beat.

The Tigers (4-2, 1-1 SEC) jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the opening quarter and had the home crowd at Jordan-Hare Stadium in a frenzy.

From there, however, Georgia exerted its will and controlled every facet of the game, cruising to a 34-10 victory.

After the game, 1st-year Auburn coach Bryan Harsin met with the media.

Here are some of his thoughts on the outcome.