The No. 13 Auburn Tigers take on the Georgia Bulldogs at home today to close out the regular season.

Auburn is looking for its third straight win and to grab the highest seed possible in the SEC Tournament. Georgia is looking to build on its win over Ole Miss from earlier this week.

What are three of the biggest things to watch for during the game?

Will Auburn continue its success shooting?

Auburn has been shooting the ball better as a team lately.

The Tigers are beginning to heat up from both the field and beyond the arc. Auburn has seen an increased amount of offensive production from several players.

Auburn appears to be getting into tournament form at the right time. If they are able to shoot the ball against Georgia as they have been in its recent games, the Tigers will be in a good position to win.

What Georgia team will show up?

Georgia has some good wins and some bad losses this season.

The Bulldogs have been competitive with teams like Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee this season. They have also lost to Arkansas and LSU.

Georgia is capable of playing well but it has shown to be a beatable team.

Will Auburn's homecourt advantage be a factor?

Neville Arena has become known as one of the toughest places to play in all of college basketball.

Auburn students, however, are still on spring break. The environment could be down from what it normally is.

Auburn's play will likely still be elevated simply because of playing at home, but it will likely have a less intense environment to back it up than normal.

Tipoff is set for 5:30 p.m. CT. The television broadcast can be found on SEC Network and the Auburn Sports Network broadcast can be streamed anywhere on the Auburn Athletics app.

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