Alabama QB Bryce Young is torching the Georgia defense through one half.

Young is 17-of-27 passing for 286 yards and three scores (two pass, one rush), breaking a record formerly held by Auburn's Cam Newton for his performance in the 2010 SEC Championship game.

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Newton set the record for most passing yards in a single half, throwing for 281 yards against the South Carolina Gamecocks.

Young and his offensive weapons stunned Georgia's defense in the first half, scoring more points than any team has against the Bulldogs all season.

The offensive line held up against the highly touted front of Georgia, allowing Young to use both his arm and legs to pick apart the secondary.

Alabama leads Georgia 24-17 at halftime, and is looking to punch their ticket to the College football Playoff with a win.

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