AUBURN – The No. 13 Auburn Tigers closed out the regular season by picking up a 92-78 win over the Georgia Bulldogs at home.

Georgia put the first points on the board, but Auburn never let the Bulldogs reclaim the lead despite multiple runs throughout the game.

What are the biggest takeaways from the game?

Auburn's offense was a team effort

Auburn had a lot of help when it came to putting points on the board.

Each Tiger who played more than one minute scored and had at least one assist. Auburn shot 51.6% from the field and 47.8% from 3-point range.

If Auburn can consistently have a lot of contributors on the offensive end it will be in a good position to make a run in both the SEC and NCAA Tournaments.

Auburn got the ball inside

Thirty-six of Auburn's 92 points came from inside the paint.

The Tigers used a mixture of lay-ups and high-flying dunks to put points on the board. They showed how effective they can be offensively in a variety of ways.

Not being one-dimensional on either end of the floor could be one of this team's biggest strengths.

Auburn's perimeter defense was outstanding

Auburn held Georgia to 7-22 (31.8%) from 3-point range.

The Bulldogs had only four players make a basket from beyond the arc, they only had six players attempt one.

The Tigers have struggled to defend the 3-point shot at times this season, but they appear to have improved in the area as both tournaments approach.

Denver Jones came to play

The 6-foot-4 guard showed up in Auburn's regular-season finale.

Jones led the Tigers in scoring with 21 points. He posted three rebounds and three assists while shooting 7-10 from the field and 7-9 from 3-point range.

Jones has played a big role in Auburn's success this season and continues to show just how valuable he is for this team.

Auburn dominated in transition 

The Tigers had complete control in transition, and that made a difference.

Auburn had 20 fast-break points to Georgia's two. There was not a wide gap in turnovers, however.

Scoring in transition has been an inconsistency for Auburn this season, but the Tigers had it figured out today.

Auburn is now 24-7 on the season and 12-5 in SEC play.

The Tigers' next game will be in the SEC Tournament in Nashville, their opponent and game time are to be determined. Each SEC Tournament game can be found on ESPN or the SEC Network. The Auburn Sports Network broadcast can still be streamed anywhere on the Auburn Athletics app.

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