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Todd Gurley's 10-yard touchdown run puts Georgia back in front of Alabama 28-25 with 12:54 remaining in the fourth quarter.
Georgia and Alabama are turning in one of the best SEC Championship game performances ever as the score as the pendulum has swung again. After Alabama took the lead 25-21, Georgia responded with a five play, 75-yard drive that was capped off by a 10-yard touchdown run by Todd Gurley.
Gurley's touchdown was set up by a 45 yard strike from Aaron Murray to Tavarres King to the Alabama 12-yard line. Gurley punched it in two plays later. The Bulldogs have had some success throwing the ball down the field and Murray is now 13-23 for 189 yards in the game. Gurley is over 100 yards with 109 on 20 carries but the offense is scoring so quickly that it isn't working out well for its defense.
Alabama has pounded the ball on the ground since midway through the second quarter and Georgia is going to have to figure out how to come up with a stop if they hope to come out with a win.