Halftime analysis: Georgia 49, New Mexico State 3 

November, 5, 2011
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Turning point: New Mexico State answered Georgia’s initial touchdown with a field goal drive, but Georgia tailback Brandon Harton quickly atoned for an earlier fumble near the goal line. Harton opened the ensuing drive with a 27-yard run and carried six times on the possession for 49 yards, capped by a 4-yard touchdown run to help Georgia go up 14-3 in the second quarter.

Stat of the half: Five. Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray set a new school record in the first half with five touchdown passes thrown to five different receivers – Aron White, Michael Bennett, Orson Charles, Brandon Boykin and Chris Conley. He also matched the school record for touchdown passes thrown in a game.
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