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Georgia Hits Paydirt On First Drive Of Second Half, Leads 24-14

It’s about time Georgia was the one to score on the first drive of a half for a change. Sparked by a 50-yard reception by — well, isn’t this interesting! — A.J. Green, the Dawgs marched 85 yards in nine plays, capped off by an 8-yard pass to Marlon Brown in the end zone.

Only bad news: While Brown was hanging around wide-open in the end zone, A.J. was on his back on the Georgia sideline, getting some kind of injury worked out by the trainers. At first glance, it looked like probably not much more than cramping, but we’ll see what happens when Georgia gets the ball back.

Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.