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SEC Championship: Alabama leads Georgia 10-7 at the half; Stats

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No.2 Alabama leads No. 3 Georgia 10-7 at halftime of the 2012 SEC Championship game at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

The Bulldogs scored first when quarterback Aaron Murray hit Jay Rome for a 19-yard touchdown at the start of the second quarter.

Alabama answered with a 41-yard touchdown run by Eddie Lacy with less than two minutes left in the first half, then added a 22-yard field goal as time expired to enter halftime with a three point lead.

The Crimson Tide has outgained the Bulldogs on offense, gaining 246 yards of offense, 145 coming on the ground. Georgia has 157 total yards.

Both quarterbacks in the game have thrown an interception, but Alabama's AJ McCarron lost a fumble while being sacked by Georgia linebacker Jarvis Jones.

Scoring Summary

SECOND QUARTERALAUGA
TD 13:59 Aaron Murray pass complete to Jay Rome for 19 yards for a TOUCHDOWN. Marshall Morgan extra point GOOD.
Drive info: 13 plays, 87 yds in 4:48
0 7
TD 1:59 Eddie Lacy rush for 41 yards for a TOUCHDOWN. Jeremy Shelley extra point GOOD.
Drive info: 6 plays, 70 yds in 3:05
7 7
FG 0:00 Jeremy Shelley 22 yard field goal GOOD.
Drive info: 6 plays, 42 yds in 1:15
10 7

Team Stat Comparison

 ALAUGA
1st Downs 11 8
3rd down efficiency
1-6 2-7
4th down efficiency
0-0 1-1
Total Yards 246 157
Passing 94 112
Comp-Att
8-14 11-19
Yards per pass
6.7 5.9
Rushing 152 45
Rushing Attempts
22 13
Yards per rush
6.9 3.5
Penalties 1-5 5-34
Turnovers 2 1
Fumbles lost
1 0
Interceptions thrown
1 1
Possession 17:40 12:20
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