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Kentucky Vs. Georgia Halftime Update: Bulldogs Look Tight, But Lead Wildcats 12-10

Maybe they're victims of looking ahead, maybe they're shook after seeing star tailback Isaiah Crowell go down due to an injury, or maybe the Kentucky Wildcats are giving the Georgia Bulldogs fits.

Whatever the case may be, the Mark Richt's boys have looked less than impressive thus far. Yet, the Dawgs lead 12-10 at halftime in Sanford Stadium.

An update on star freshman tailback Isiah Crowell, who left the game in the first quarter after suffering a left ankle injury, courtesy of the ESPN College Football twitter feed: he was spotted on the sidelines with his head in his hands. Not a great sign.

With Crowell on the shelf, Georgia has struggled to get anything going offensively. Aaron Murray is leading the team in passing (9-18, 64 yards) and rushing (19 yards) as Kentucky has done a fine job halting the Georgia offense.

Maxwell Smith two-yard TD pass to Tyler Robinson initially gave UK a 10-6 lead, but four Blair Walsh field goals have given Georgia the slight edge.

Georgia will receive the ball in the second half, and with a Bulldogs win they will punch their ticket to Atlanta for the SEC Championship.

For more on this game, Georgia Bulldogs fans should check out Dawg Sports and Kentucky Fans should join the discussion at A Sea Of Blue.

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