SEC Championship Game, Auburn Vs. South Carolina: Emory Blake Extends Tigers' Lead To 49-14

With half the third quarter gone and a massive lead in the 2010 SEC Championship Game, it's evident the Tigers are eager to start running the clock out, but first they've got to get the ball back from the Gamecocks, who are anything but eager to share. Share they will, however, as the deceptively-named Ace Sanders fumbles a pass away at midfield.

Michael Dyer gets five straight carries, and the SC defense is visibly wearied trying to keep up as Onterio McCalebb takes his turn and rips off 22 yards down the right sideline. Five more rushing plays and one incomplete Cam Newton pass later, Emory Blake catches a 7-yard touchdown pass. It's Auburn 49, South Carolina 14, and the fourth quarter has barely begun. This would maybe be a good time to catch up on those leftover lunch dishes in the sink, do some laundry, or mix a pitcher of cocktails to get you through tonight's Big 12 Championship Game.

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