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Second Half Open Comment Thread.

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Georgia had some missed opportunities and at least one opportunity flat out stolen by poor officiating. But they played well on defense, limiting big plays and keeping Auburn and quarterback Nick Marshall behind the chains to head into the second half with a 17-7 lead. Georgia will now get the ball with a chance to take a commanding lead, but remember that Auburn has outscored it's opponents nearly 3 to 1 in the fourth quarter. This one isn't over, and we should hope that the Bulldog players and coaches are cognizant of that.

So far, so good though. Let's see if the 'Dawgs can close this one out.