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Georgia Vs. Ole Miss Final Score: Bulldogs Comeback Attempt Falls Short As They Lose 66-63 To Rebels

The Georgia Bulldogs fell to 1-4 in SEC play as they lost to the Mississippi Rebels 66-63 in a game that featured multiple runs by each school throughout this game. The first nine minutes of the game had each team exchanging baskets and near the midway point of the first half the game was tied at 20 points before Ole Miss went on 14-3 run to end the first half with a 34-23 lead.

The second half started with Georgia scoring the first seven points to trail only 34-30, but then Ole Miss went on their own run of 18-9 to lead 52-39 with 6:55 left in the game. Georgia then responded and went on their own run and actually made it a two-point game at 65-63 with 12 seconds left. The Rebels went onto make a free throw to extend the lead to three points and that left Georgia with one last chance to tie the game. Georgia's Gerald Robinson put up a three-point shot to tie the game with five seconds left, but the shot did not fall.

Free throw shooting for Georgia could have made up the difference in this game as they 57 percent and made eight of 14 from the line. Georgia was led by Kentavious Caldwell-Pope who came off the bench to score 25 points.

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Photographs by coka_koehler used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.