Players and coaches from both Auburn and UCF are in Atlanta, readying for the 50th annual Chick-fil-A Bowl on New Year's Day at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Bowl officials have a full week of activities planned for players, coaches and families.
On Wednesday, both teams enjoyed a night at Andretti Indoor Motor Karting in Marietta.
GALLERY: Auburn, UCF players at Andretti ahead of Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
UCF enters the game as champions of the American Athletic Conference. The Knights are the only undefeated FBS team in the nation, recording the program's first-ever perfect regular season and currently hold the nation's longest winning streak at 12 games.
The Knights' offense leads the nation in scoring (49.4 PPG) and UCF ranks top five in the nation in three additional categories: passing efficiency, total offense and turnover margin.
The offensive side of the ball is full of playmakers, led by sophomore quarterback McKenzie Milton, who holds UCF records for single season passing touchdowns (35) and passing yards (3,795). Milton also ranks No. 2 in the nation in passing efficiency, and is in the top five in four additional categories: passing touchdowns, completion percentage, total offense and passing yards/completion.
The Knights' offense also features junior receiver Tre'Quan Smith, who is No. 4 in the nation in receiving touchdowns and ranks top 15 in receiving yards.
Head coaches Scott Frost of UCF and Auburn's Gus Malzahn met with members on the media on Dec. 26.
GALLERY: Media day for Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl
UCF will be making its first trip to the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, while Auburn will make its sixth appearance. Auburn currently holds a 4-1 record in the game, with its last appearance resulting in a 43-24 victory over Virginia in 2011.
Auburn enters the game as SEC Western Division champions. The Tigers are the first-ever team to defeat two College Football Playoff No. 1-ranked teams in the same season.
Auburn ranks in the top five in the SEC in passing, rushing, receiving, scoring, defense and ranks first in kicking. The Tigers are also top 10 in the nation in completion percentage, fewest penalty yards per game, fumbles recovered, scoring defense and team passing efficiency.
Auburn is led by sophomore quarterback Jarrett Stidham, who ranks second in the nation in career passing efficiency and is second in the SEC in passing yards. The Tiger's offense also features junior running back Kerryon Johnson, who leads the SEC in rushing yards and is second in scoring. Johnson also ranks top 10 in the nation in rushing touchdowns, scoring and total touchdowns.
With this year's sellout, the bowl has now sold out 19 of its last 21 games, dating back to 1997.