J.J. Frazier perfectly taunts Auburn and Bruce Pearl ahead of Saturday’s rivalry game


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Saturday’s matchup between Georgia and Auburn will play out on the gridiron, but the fun has already started on Twitter, led by a former Bulldogs basketball star.

J.J. Frazier, a four-year player for Mark Fox who became one of the best players and scorers in recent memory at UGA, as well as becoming a huge fan favorite, could barely contain his excitement for Auburn week.

But Frazier didn’t stop there. After a brief conversation with another Georgia alum, he took his taunts even farther, roasting Bruce Pearl’s Auburn teams that opposed Georgia while Frazier played in Athens.

And Frazier has the numbers to back it up. He was a sophomore in Pearl’s first season on the Plains, and in his six games against Auburn, Frazier went to work.

After scoring just 5 points in his first game against the Pearl-led Tigers, Frazier scored 16, 16, 29, 27, and 31 points against Auburn during the remainder of his career. That’s an average of 20.67 points per game.

And according to Frazier, a highlight video is on the way later in the week.

This just makes a bad day worse for Pearl, as earlier Wednesday it was reported that he could be fired soon for not cooperating with Auburn officials in their investigations into the program.

The Deep South’s Oldest Rivalry continues on the football field Saturday at 3:30 p.m. on CBS.

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