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SEC Championship QBs targeting at big prizes

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The nation's two top-rated quarterbacks will square off in the SEC Championship game.

No. 3 Georgia's Aaron Murray and No. 2 Alabama's AJ McCarron have played in plenty of big games — with mixed results.

McCarron takes the "it's just another game" approach when asked about the stakes of Saturday's showdown for a BCS title shot. Murray didn't speak with reporters this week.

They're the SEC's two winningest active quarterbacks. McCarron was MVP of the BCS national championship game and led the winning drive against LSU. He also threw his only two interceptions of the season a week later in the team's lone loss, to Texas A&M.

Murray was 11 of 31 passing in a loss to South Carolina and threw three first-half interceptions in a win over Florida.

 

Copyright 2012 The Associated Press

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