WATCH: Mississippi State cuts Georgia lead to 17-12 just before half, clock management miscue costs Bulldogs

Mississippi State took advantage of poor clock management late in the first half, returning a punt for a TD with three seconds left in the second quarter to close to 17-12.

Georgia took a 17-12 lead into halftime at Mississippi State, but Coach Kirby Smart knows better than anyone the lead should have been more.

The Maroon Bulldogs scored on a 63-yard punt return with 3 seconds left in the first half and then failed on a 2-point conversion pass to leave UGA with a 5-point lead.

LSU clinched the SEC West Division earlier on Saturday and will face the East Division winner at 4 p.m. on Dec. 3 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

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