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After Blasting Auburn, Tide Wants More

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Auburn was beaten by a team that has its sights set much higher than the Iron Bowl. If Alabama defeats No. 3 Georgia in the SEC Championship Game at 3 p.m. CST game Saturday at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, it probably would advance to the BCS Championship Game, where it would play for its third title in the past four years.

Whipping Auburn was easier than the Tide expected, despite the fact that the Tigers lost 38-0 to Georgia two weeks ago.

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