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North GA sheriff’s office trolls Auburn fans on Facebook after UGA win

(Source: Oconee County Sheriff's Office/Facebook) (Source: Oconee County Sheriff's Office/Facebook)
(Source: Aaron Lee/WTVM) (Source: Aaron Lee/WTVM)
(Source: Aaron Lee/WTVM) (Source: Aaron Lee/WTVM)

OCONEE COUNTY, GA (WTVM) – A North Georgia Sheriff’s Office poked a little celebratory fun at Auburn football fans Saturday after UGA’s SEC Championship win.

A post on the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page offered Auburn drivers a break (well, sort of).

The post said they’d discount all speeding tickets by 5 mph if you graduated from Auburn because “Y'all have had enough of a beating today.”

UGA beat Auburn 28-7 in the SEC Championship game Saturday at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta.

UGA moved to No. 3 in the College Football Playoff rankings and will face No. 2 Oklahoma in the Rose Bowl Game.

The winner of Oklahoma-Georgia and Clemson-Alabama will move on to play in the National Championship game on January 8 in Atlanta.

[RELATED CONTENT: 2017 SEC Championship Game slideshow]

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