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Lady Dogs hit the road for conference matchup against the Lady Vols

Georgia has lost 22 of its last 26 games against Tennessee.


Georgia will travel to Tennessee to take on the Lady Volunteers on Sunday and attempt to secure a win at Thompson-Boling Arena for the first time since 1996, according to Roger Clarkson of DogBytesOnline.

The 10th-ranked Bulldogs have opened the season with a 13-1 record, with their only loss coming against Illinois on Dec. 28. The Lady Volunteers are ranked 12th in the country after suffering three losses to unranked Chattanooga, No. 3 Baylor and then-No. 1 Stanford this season.

This current core group of Bulldogs beat then-No. 3 Tennessee at home, 53-50, in 2010. Jasmine Hassell, Anne Marie Armstrong and Jasmine James were freshmen on that team and will all play a significant role against Tennessee on Sunday.

Both the Bulldogs and Lady Volunteers are 1-0 in conference play heading into this game.

Georgia and Tennessee are two of the six ranked SEC teams this season. Sixth-ranked Kentucky is the highest ranked team in the conference.

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