Georgia Vs. Vanderbilt Final Score: Bulldogs Fall In Second Round 63-41

Offensive struggles once again plagued the Georgia Bulldogs as they fall to Vanderbilt in the second round of the 2012 SEC Tournament by a score of 63-41. The Bulldogs led 25-24 at halftime before being outscored 39-16 in the second half.

Dustin Ware was the lone Bulldogs' player to finish in double figures with 10 points. Nemanja Djurisic finished with seven while freshman John Cannon finished with six. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Gerald Robinson both had forgettable nights combining for just five points on 2-12 shooting. The Bulldogs shot just 31 percent from the floor and were 2-17 from three-point range.

Four players finished in double figures for the Commodores led by John Jenkins' 15 points. Brad Tinsley added 12 while Festus Ezeli and Lance Goulbourne each had 10.

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