SEC Championship Highlights: Alabama 32 – Georgia 28

12/01/2012

ATLANTA – Alabama rushed for 350 yards, but it was AJ McCarron’s 45-yard bomb to Amari Cooper that made the difference as the Crimson Tide downed Georgia 32-28 in the SEC Championship Game.

Eddie Lacy rushed for 181 yards and two touchdowns and T.J. Yeldon added 153 yards and another score for the Tide.

Georgia drove the length of the field and had a last-second chance to win the game, but time expired after Chris Conley hauled in Aaron Murray’s deflected pass and was tackled. The remaining few seconds ticked away as the Bulldogs had already used their last timeout.

Alabama will now face Notre Dame in the BCS National Championship Game in Miami on January 7th.

John Tautges and Terry Donahue called the action on Westwood One Sports.

(Aaron Murray’s 19-yd TD pass to Jay Rome makes it 7-0 Georgia)

(Eddie Lacy’s 41-yd TD run ties the game at 7-7)

(Todd Gurley’s 3-yd TD run puts Georgia up 14-10)

(Alec Ogletree scoops up a blocked field goal and takes it back for a score and Georgia leads 21-10)

(T.J. Yeldon’s 10-yd TD run cuts the deficit to 21-18)

(Eddie Lacy puts the Tide up 25-21 with a 1-yd TD run)

(The Bulldogs go back ahead of Gurley’s 10-yd TD run)

(AJ McCarron’s long TD pass to Amari Cooper makes it 32-28 ‘Bama)

(Time runs out on Georgia and Alabama wins the game)

(Postgame recap from John Tautges and Terry Donahue)

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