Gerald Robinson Jr. and freshman Kentavious Caldwell-Pope combined for 27 of the Bulldogs' 53 points, but it wasn't enough to stop LSU, who gave Georgia their 10th SEC loss of the season Wednesday night in Baton Rogue.
The Bulldogs shot just 39% from field goal range and went to the free throw line only seven times. Andre Stringer (18 points) and Johnny O'Bryant (14 points) led the Tigers, who moved a game over .500 in the SEC standings.
Georgia trailed by only six at halftime after LSU opened the game on a 15-3 run, and came within three points twice in the second half, but couldn't take the lad. Georgia will return home to play Florida on Saturday afternoon.
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