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Georgia, South Carolina Tied In Fourth Quarter Of SEC East Brawl

This game is destined to end in complete and utter ham. Five lead changes already and now a tie in the fourth quarter, 28-28. The South Carolina Gamecocks took the edge after an Antonio Allen pick-six of Aaron Murray followed a Stephen Garcia touchdown run, but Murray connected with Michael Bennett and hit Tavarres King for the conversion to knot it back up.

Oh, and somewhere in there Isaiah Crowell scored his first career touchdown on a 17-yard screen, failing to pull a puppy dawg out of his helmet to celebrate. I guess he only does that sometimes.

If Georgia loses this game, it'll be hard to pin it on the defense, which has allowed only 281 yards and forced three turnovers. The bad news is the Georgia offense has turned the ball over twice for itself.

For more, visit Georgia blog Dawg Sports and South Carolina blog Garnet And Black Attack.

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