Instant analysis: Georgia 63, New Mexico State 16 

November, 5, 2011
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How the game was won: Georgia started somewhat slowly, leading 7-3 early in the second quarter, but poured it on in building a 49-3 halftime lead. The Bulldogs’ 49 points at halftime ties for the most Georgia has scored in a half dating back to 1950.

Turning point: New Mexico State cut Georgia’s lead to 7-3 early in the second quarter, but tailback Brandon Harton atoned for an earlier fumble near the goal line by leading the Bulldogs on a 61-yard touchdown drive. Harton rushed six times for 49 yards on the possession, including a 4-yard touchdown run that sparked the rout.

Stat of the game: 438: Georgia’s offense was successful both on the ground and through the air in building a big first-half lead. The Bulldogs compiled 438 yards by halftime – 200 rushing and 238 passing.
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