No. 1 Georgia will set out to extend its winning streak to 22 games Saturday afternoon when it hits the road to take on Auburn.The Bulldogs have won five straight regular-season games over the Tigers since their 40-17 loss on Nov. 11, 2017, while they were No. 1 in the College Football Playoff rankings and No. 2 in The Associated Press and coaches’ polls.Georgia got redemption over Auburn three games later when it downed the Tigers 28-7 in the Southeastern Conference title game.After struggling in the red zone through the team’s first three games, Georgia (4-0, 1-0 SEC) went 6-for-6 inside the 20 in a convincing 49-21 win over UAB on Saturday. The Bulldogs had 582 yards of total offense despite three turnovers.Quarterback Carson Beck passed for a career-high 338 yards and three touchdowns in the win. Tailback Daijun Edwards added 66 yards and two scores, while Sevaughn Clark ran for 32 yards and a TD.All-America tight end Brock Bowers had season-highs in receptions (nine) and yards (121) and scored twice. He currently has 2,080 career receiving yards and 22 career touchdown catches, which ranks No. 3 all-time in Georgia history. Bowers is one of only 10 players in Bulldogs’ history with at least 2,000 receiving yards for their career.Kirby Smart didn’t know Bowers’ true potential until he arrived on campus as a true freshman after not watching him play his final year of high school during the pandemic.”Not until I saw him run and catch, and then I could,” Smart said. “Hard to tackle, man.”Smart is 85-15 as a head coach, which is the best mark for any coach in SEC history through 100 games.Auburn (3-1, 1-0 SEC) enters its matchup with the Bulldogs with serious question marks on offense after failing to find the end zone against Texas A&M.