Marlon Davidson, Auburn's defensive end star, felt like the Tigers were playing two opponents in Saturday's loss to UGA – the Bulldog and the SEC's governing body in SEC play. officiating in his comments on the postgame. But Davidson, one of the team leaders, did not hold back, as per Tom Green: Al Green:
"They (the refs) have been feeling against us. I can't lie about it. because I feel that some of the calls should go the other way, for sure.
"They got more calls than we got, but (no) I couldn't speak to the refs; that's their decision. But, you know, it only hurts when you see the games getting rid of the refs.
"You have to beat the ref and the team. It's hard to do that, no matter what your team is." ] unnamed, a successful kick of onsides missed, and an upside catch by Auburn receiver Seth Williams that Malzahn would also describe as an "NFL catch."
"We have some things that don't credible happened against us very hard, "Malzahn said.