Georgia Southern Vs. Alabama Score: Tide Shows Rest Of SEC How It's Done, Lead 10-0

There appears to be one SEC team that can still convincingly beat an opponent from the Southern Conference. Alabama is currently taking care of Georgia Southern, even as their cross-state rival finds itself in a pitched battle with Samford and Florida has trailed Furman for a good chunk of its game.

Alabama has done it with a 42-yard field goal drive and a blocked Georgia Southern field goal that Dre Kirkpatrick took 55 yards for a touchdown. Alabama holds a 10-0 lead, with the only discouraging sign being the Eagles' 5.2 yard-a-run average. Tide quarterback A.J. McCarron is 3-of-4 for 37 yards and the Tide is grinding out 9.4 yards a carry as the first half comes to an end.

For further reading, news, discussion and more, visit Alabama blog Roll Bama Roll. Here’s the complete college football TV schedule, and stay tuned to SB Nation’s college football news hub for more.

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