Georgia Vs. Tennessee: Bulldogs Lose To Tennessee, 73-62

The Georgia Bullodgs will take their talents to Knoxville looking to sweep the Tennessee Volunteers for the first time in 11 years on Saturday.

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SEC Basketball Standings: Florida Surging, Georgia Collapsing

The Georgia Bulldogs (10-12, 1-7) have lost seven of their last eight games, all in conference play, and are fast fading into obscurity in the SEC basketball league standings. Meanwhile, the Florida Gators (19-4 9-1) have emerged as the best possible contender to knock off No. 1 nationally ranked Kentucky (23-1, 9-0 SEC), thanks in part to emerging Gators center Patric Young. The Dawgs have two games this week, against the 4-4 Arkansas Razorbacks at home, and a Saturday road game at Mississippi State (5-3 SEC).


Southeastern Conference Standings

(updated 2.6.2012 at 2:00 AM CST)

Conf Overall
W L W L
Kentucky Wildcats 9 0 23 1
Florida Gators 7 1 19 4
Mississippi St. Bulldogs 5 3 18 5
Vanderbilt Commodores 5 3 16 7
Arkansas Razorbacks 4 4 16 7
Alabama Crimson Tide 4 4 15 7
Mississippi Rebels 4 4 14 8
LSU Tigers 3 5 13 9
Tennessee Volunteers 3 5 11 12
Auburn Tigers 3 6 13 10
Georgia Bulldogs 1 7 10 12
South Carolina Gamecocks 1 7 9 13

For more on the Georgia Bulldogs, go to Dawg Sports. For more college basketball coverage, be sure to check out SB Nation's college hoops page.

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Georgia Vs. Tennessee Final Score: Bulldogs Fall To 1-7 In SEC Play, Lose To Volunteers 73-62

The Georgia Bulldogs have now loss six of their last seven games after falling 73-62 to the Tennessee Volunteers, and are sitting at 1-7 in league play. Tennessee used a big second half to pull away from Georgia to win 73-62. Georgia started off the second half strong and built a seven point lead, but then Tennessee went on a 11-0 run to take a lead that they would not relinquish the rest of the game.

The main differences in this game was the free throw shooting and bench play, Tennessee was more agressive and made it to the free throw line 37 times and made 28 of them, while Georgia went 15 for 20. As for bench play Tennessee out scored Georgia 34 to 16 and it did not help that as a team Georgia shot only 36 percent from the field.

The leading scorers for Georgia were Kentavious Caldwell-Pope who had 16 points and Dustin Ware with 15.

For more on the Georgia Bulldogs, check out Dawg Sports. For everything Tennessee, check out Rocky Top Talk. For a complete look at everything in college hoops, go to SB Nation's college basketball page.

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Georgia Vs. Tennessee: Game Time, TV Info And More

The Georgia Bullodgs will take their talents to Knoxville looking to sweep the Tennessee Volunteers for the first time in 11 years on Saturday.

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