ROCKY FACE, Ga. (Sept. 8, 2012) -- Richard Werenski fired a 3-under-par 69 Saturday, and Bo Andrews added a 1-under 71 as 4th-ranked Georgia Tech inched up the Carpet Capital Collegiate leaderboard into a tie for 13th after 36 holes.
Texas, however, blistered the 7,012-yard, par 72 Farm Golf Club layout with a 22-under-par score of 266 Saturday to take over the lead at the 36-hole mark. The Longhorns have a two-round total of 559 (-17), three stroke ahead of first-round leader Georgia, which shot 4-under 284 Saturday for a 14-under total of 562.
Clemson (-7) also jumped up the leader board into third place after posting a 7-under 281 and is in a tie for third place with LSU and Alabama at 3-under-par 574. Tech is in a tie with South Carolina at 592 (16-over-par). Seven teams in the 15-team field are ranked in the pre-season top 25 in Golf World magazine.
Texas' Brandon Stone shot a 7-under-par 65 Saturday and took a 1-stroke lead over first-round leader T.J. Mitchell of Georgia, who shot a 68 Saturday. Stone is 12-under-par through 36 holes.
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