Key for Georgia: Make Bo Nix one-dimensional

Former UGA QB David Greene shares his insight

The Deep South's Oldest Rivalry (Georgia/Auburn) has its 2020 edition taking place this Saturday night in Athens, GA.

Both teams come into the game ranked in the top 10 and both have high aspirations for the season.

Neither Auburn, who struggled against a tough Kentucky team, or Georgia, who pulled away from Arkansas in the second half, looked particularly great in their season-opening wins. But a victory on Saturday changes things for either team's season.

Former UGA QB David Greene lays out his keys for UGA to beat Auburn and it centers on the signal-caller for Auburn, Bo Nix.

"The strength of Georgia's team is clearly their defense," explains Greene. "Bo Nix is a tremendous talent, he can make some unbelievable throws. But he can sometimes miss the layups.

"The inconsistency that he's had, there's no question that Georgia's defense, the more they can get Auburn three-and-out, the better. I see this as a low-scoring game."

If UGA can limit the big plays to WR Seth Williams and not let Nix extend drives with his running ability, Greene likes UGA's chances.

To hear all of David Greene's comments on the upcoming Auburn-Georgia game, click here.