Georgia Bulldogs vs. Kentucky Wildcats Recap
March 3, 2015
The Kentucky Wildcats looked to continue it's perfect season heading into Georgia. The Wildcats have had a few scares this season, but of late they have dominated. Georgia has been playing well itself, and looked to do what no other team has done and beat Kentucky. The game in the first half was very back and forth and very close. The score at halftime was 32-32, as Georgia did hold there own. Midway through the 2nd half the Bulldogs took a 9 point lead with roughly 9 minutes left in the game and were in a prime spot to get a victory against the Cats. However Kentucky battled back and tied up the game with about 3 minutes from there. The Wildcats as usual dominated on defense and pulled away from the Bulldogs beating them by 8. It was much closer then the score indicates, but the Bulldogs did not have enough to overcome the star studded Wildcat team.
Georgia Bulldogs vs. Missouri Tigers Recap
February 28, 2015
The Georgia Bulldogs scored their third win in a row when they beat the Missouri Tigers yesterday. Nemanja Djurisic shined with 14 points scored, allowing the team to have a glimmer of hope for the NCAA tournament. However J.J. Frazier is not convinced yet. Recent losses have been tough but Frazier is cautiously optimistic that they are gaining ground. Missouri coach Kim Anderson conceded that Georgia was having a stellar night which Missouri just couldn't top. At halftime, the momentum accelerated as the Bulldogs led 41-23. Cameron Forte raised the bar scoring two baskets in a row, increasing the Bulldogs lead to 55-27. Forte scored 10 points in total for the night to help cement the win. Juwan Parker also returned to the court after a long stint on the bench following his Achilles injury. He scored one point near the end of the game.
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Mississippi Rebels vs. Georgia Bulldogs Recap
February 25, 2015
In the game between the Mississippi Rebels and the Georgia Bulldogs, it was a three point showdown. Ultimately Georgia won the three point game as they hit twice as many three pointers. Kenny Gaines for Georgia scored a game high 22 points and Marcus Thronton made it hard for Ole' Miss to defend them late as he drew a lot of free trows.
Mississippi only showed one brief run of hope in the first half scoring 8 points and allowing no points from Georgia but Georgia came back and went on a 19-8 run.
It was a tough showdown but Georgia played a much better game.