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The Auburn Tigers will be looking to match their regular season success of a year ago for the 2018 college football season.

The Tigers went 10-4 last season, including 7-1 in the SEC and they actually won the West Division over their hated rival, Alabama.  What Auburn couldn’t do was win the SEC title game, as they were routed by Georgia and the Tigers missed out on the College Football Playoffs. 

Can the Tigers get past Alabama again this season and make it into the SEC title game again?

Auburn 2018 Regular Season Win Total - per
Over 9 (-110)
Under 9 (-120)

The Tigers won 10 games last season even though they had a difficult schedule that included Alabama, Clemson and Georgia.  The 2018 schedule is no bargain for Auburn as they have to play Alabama as normal and they have to go on the road to face Mississippi and Georgia. The Tigers also take on Washington in their season opener. Auburn does return quarterback Jarrett Stidham, but they have to replace a number of starters on the offensive line.

2018 Auburn Tigers Schedule Analysis

Sept. 1 vs. Washington (Atlanta, Georgia)
This is a huge game for both teams in terms of the College Football Playoff, as a win would be huge, while a loss may all but end the losing team’s chances. Auburn should be listed as a three or four point favorite in this contest.

Sept. 8 vs. Alabama State
This should be an easy win for Auburn, as Alabama State was routed last year in their only game against an FBS opponent, as Troy beat them 34-7.

Sept. 15 vs. LSU
Auburn will be looking for revenge, as they were beaten 27-23 in Baton Rouge last season. The home field edge should be enough for Auburn to get this win and keep in mind that the home team has won each of the last five meetings in this series.

Sept. 22 vs. Arkansas
The Razorbacks have a new head coach in Chad Morris who is expected to bring the spread offense to Arkansas. This should be a shootout and that definitely favors Auburn. The Tigers have won four of the last five meetings in this series.

Sept. 29 vs. Southern Miss
The Golden Eagles couldn’t beat Kentucky or Tennessee last season and it is hard to see them winning this one on the road against the Tigers.

Oct. 6 at Mississippi State
It is hard to know what to expect out of Mississippi State, as they have a new head coach in Joe Moorhead.  This has been a competitive series, as the teams have split their last six meetings.

Oct. 13 vs. Tennessee
The Vols have a new head coach in Jeremy Pruitt and it may take him some time to get Tennessee turned around. The Tigers should be able to get the home win.

Oct. 20 at Mississippi
This should be another shootout for Auburn, as the Rebels have one of the best offenses in the SEC led by quarterback Jordan Ta’amu. The Tigers won last season by a score of 44-23.

Nov. 3 vs. Texas A&M
The Aggies have a new head coach in Jimbo Fisher and he will turn this team into a contender soon.  This is a dangerous home game for the Tigers, as A&M should be much better later in the season than in the early going.

Nov. 11 at Georgia
This is a revenge game for Auburn, as they were beaten by the Bulldogs in the SEC title game. Getting revenge won’t be easy for Auburn, as the Bulldogs are very tough to beat at home.

Nov. 17 vs. Liberty
This should be an easy win for Auburn in advance of the Iron Bowl. Liberty did go 6-5 last season, but they don’t have enough talent to compete with Auburn.

Nov. 24 at Alabama
Can Auburn actually beat Alabama in consecutive seasons?  This could be the game that decides which team plays in the SEC title game and it is hard to see Alabama losing the Iron Bowl in back-to-back seasons, especially when this game is at home.

The question is whether or not the Tigers can win at least nine games, and based on their 2018 schedule the answer is probably yes. Auburn has what looks like nine games they should win, two they will probably lose (Georgia and Alabama) and one toss-up (Washington).

Betting over the total of nine should be a solid play at BetDSI.

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