After a low-scoring first quarter, Georgia scored 23 points in the third quarter to pull away from Auburn and grab its second SEC win of the season.
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In its second SEC road game of the season, the Georgia men’s basketball team fell to Mississippi State 91-59. Georgia’s lackluster defense and inability to limit Mississippi State on the glass were the differences on Saturday.
At 5 a.m. every weekday morning, while Georgia’s campus sits stagnant, the swimming and diving team is up and ready for its first practice of the day.
Georgia men’s basketball head coach Tom Crean spoke to the media on Jan. 17 prior to Georgia’s trip to Starkville, Mississippi, for a clash with the Mississippi State Bulldogs. Here are some takeaways from The Red & Black:
Georgia officially announced the hiring of Todd Monken as offensive coordinator Friday. Monken will be Georgia’s third offensive coordinator in as many years.
The Georgia gymnastics team fell to LSU in its first SEC matchup of the season on Jan. 10. Heading into their next meet on Jan. 20 against Iowa State, here are three takeaways from The Red & Black:
After a full week of rest, Georgia prepares for its fifth SEC matchup of the 2019-20 season. After coming off its worst rebounding performance against Tennessee, meaningful improvements must be apparent against Auburn.
The work from de Jong and the other GymDogs promotes their vision for 2020. de Jong has seen the attitude come to life through the freshmen.
Georgia softball came in at No. 6 in the SEC’s Preseason Coaches’ Poll released Wednesday. The ranking put the Bulldogs immediately behind rival Florida and just ahead of Arkansas.