SEC Tournament 2012, Alabama Vs. Florida Halftime Score: Gators Lead 26-24

The first half of the SEC Tournament quarterfinal between the Florida Gators and Alabama Crimson Tide hasn't been a particularly fast-paced one, and the Gators aren't shooting the ball particularly well. They're getting to the free throw line more often than the Tide, however, and they're taking plenty of three-point shots as per usual. Florida leads 26-24 at halftime, but they'll need to shoot the ball better in the second half to keep that lead.

So far, this is coming close to being a mirror of the first meeting between the two teams, where Florida won 61-52 while shooting just 40 percent from the floor. Alabama only made half of their free throws in that game and shot poorly from the floor, but they're shooting 50 percent today.

Bradley Beal leads the Gators and all scorers with 12 points, and he also leads all players with six rebounds. Trevor Releford and Levi Randolph are Alabama's joint-leading scorers with seven points each.

For more updates on the SEC Tournament as they happen, keep it to this StoryStream. For all things Florida, make sure to stop by Alligator Army. For all things Alabama, make sure to stop by Roll Tide Roll. You can also head over to the SB Nation NCAAB hub page for more on this and every Conference tournament.

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