FCS Playoffs 2011: Georgia Southern, Old Dominion Tied 28-28 At Halftime

The Georgia Southern-Old Dominion match up has lived up to its billing with both teams combining for 56 points and over 600 yards of total offense in the first half. When the dust settled, Georgia Southern and Old Dominion entered halftime with the score tied at 28-28. 

Georgia Southern got on the board first with a Jaybo Shaw touchdown run but the two teams have alternated touchdowns the remainder of the first half. The Eagles didn't punt in the first half but have the game's only turnover. 

Jaybo Shaw is five of six in the first half passing for 91 yards and a score. Dominique Swope has 84 yards rushing and is followed closely by Robert Brown with 83. Darreion robinson has 51 yards on the ground and a touchdown. 

Taylor Heinicke had a big first half for Old Dominion completing 11 of 19 passes for 184 yards and three touchdowns. Old Dominion spread the wealth on the ground in the first half with three different players having at least 28 yards rushing in the first half. Prentice Gill caught three passes in the first half for 72 yards and a score. 

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