SEC Championship 2011 Score: Tyrann Mathieu Might Win Conference

After running back a punt that was ruled a touchdown to give the LSU Tigers their first score, Tyrann Mathieu has since recovered a fumble that led to another and run back another punt that set up a third. He is fine at sports. The score is 21-10, LSU over the Georgia Bulldogs.

Video of the latter, via @cjzero:

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Kenny Hilliard scored his second touchdown of the game, driving in from four yards out. LSU has three first downs on the day and 50 total offensive yards. Special teams are important.

Aaron Murray, who started the game hot and should've had three early touchdowns, has been battered since about midway through the second quarter. He doesn't have enough time in the pocket to get much accomplished, and you'd have to think UGA can't allow any more scores if it wants to stay alive. Maybe just roll the ball down the field on fourth down instead of punting.

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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