Vanderbilt Vs. Georgia Halftime Update: Bulldogs Lead 29-28 Over Commodores

Gerald Robinson's 10 points in the first half has helped give head coach Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs a one-point lead at the half over the Vanderbilt Commodores in Athens.

John Jenkins' 12 points along with Jeffrey Taylor's 10 points have kept Vanderbilt in the game thus far, as the Commodores were favored to come into this game and win big. However, Kevin Stallings' ball club is shooting just 29% from the floor, have been out-rebounded 17-11 and have committed 9 turnovers in the first half.

Vanderbilt has come into Sunday afternoon's game looking to solidify their position in the 2012 NCAA tournament, and a loss to Georgia would hurt their chances significantly. With a win, Georgia would nudge their record back to .500 at 13-13.

For more insights on Georgia go visit SB Nation blog Dawg Sports, for more on Vanderbilt check out SB Nation blog Anchor of Gold. For everything else college basketball, check out the SB Nation College Basketball hub page.

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