South's oldest rivalry starts in recruiting
Biggest five prospects Georgia has lost to Auburn during the Mark Richt era
Updated: November 11, 2011, 12:43 PM ETBy Kipp Adams | DawgNation
Since Auburn and Georgia first played in 1892, the annual battle between these teams -- known as the The Deep South's Oldest Rivalry -- has been one of the more evenly matched series in all of college football. Auburn leads the series by two games; Georgia has scored 38 more points. With Auburn's campus less than 40 minutes away from the Georgia state line, the recruiting competition between these Southeastern Conference powers is equally fierce. With just a day until the two top 25 teams square off for the 115th time, DawgNation takes a look at five prospects the Bulldogs lost out on to the Tigers during the Mark Richt era.
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