Kirby Smart and the Georgia Bulldogs hammered Auburn in the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry 35-10.

Although UGA led 14-0 at halftime, Stetson Bennett’s first half was less than desired with 25 yards passing. However, the Georgia quarterback turned it on the second half. Bennett reeled off a 64-yard rushing touchdown to extend Georgia’s second half lead to 28-3. The Bulldogs scored 28 second-half points.

Bennett finished 22-of-32 for 208 yards. He also added 64 rushing yards and the long touchdown.

Georgia’s defense suffocated Auburn’s offense. Aside from a 62-yard touchdown catch and run by Auburn running back Jarquez Hunter, Georgia’s defense was quite dominant. Auburn quarterback Robby Ashford finished 13-of-38 for 165 yards and one touchdown. The Tigers offense recorded just 258 total yards.

Including Saturday’s win, Georgia has now won 6 straight against Auburn and 15 of the last 18. So, the Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry isn’t really even a rivalry anymore.

Following the blowout win over Auburn, Smart spoke to the media.