The Georgia Bulldogs and Oklahoma Sooners are both trailing at halftime, and it's safe to say that they are on #UPSETALERT. Georgia came into their game against Missouri with a ton of injuries, but the Tigers have shown some real quality in building a 28-10 halftime lead, in Athens no less. James Franklin has thrown and rushed for a touchdown in the first half hour, and the Tiger defense added a touchdown themselves off an Aaron Murray fumble.
Texas, meanwhile, came into the Red River Shootout as a two-touchdown underdog, but they're currently sporting a 23-10 halftime lead. The quarterback play has been mostly sloppy, but Case McCoy -- playing in relief for David Ash -- connected with Marcus Johnson for a beautiful 59-yard touchdown. Oklahoma did finally punch it into the end zone near the end of the half, but the Longhorns still have the upper hand.
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