Georgia Vs. LSU Score: Aaron Murray Puts Tigers On Early Upset Alert

The score of the 2011 SEC Championship Game likely won't shock you. The LSU Tigers trail the Georgia Bulldogs, 10-0, near the end of the first quarter. This is a SEC game, and one pitting especially SEC defenses, so points will be earned. And LSU let Arkansas score some points before taking charge.

But it should probably be 21-0, Dawgs.

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UGA has gained 134 yards to LSU's seven. Two dropped touchdown catches, a missed field goal, a dropped first down catch, and two critical penalties have made quite a difference. The Tigers don't really need that kind of assistance, but they'll accept it if you're offering.

The touchdown strike came from Aaron Murray to Aron White, a 12-yarder over the middle.

Jordan Jefferson has overthrown receivers on his few chances, with at least two near-interceptions along the way. Murray has completed only seven of his 17 passes, but that's a lot better than going zero-for-four.

For more on this game, visit Georgia blog Dawg Sports and LSU blog And The Valley Shook, plus SEC blog Team Speed Kills and SB Nation Atlanta.

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