The Bulldogs will face Kentucky on Tuesday night at Rupp Arena, looking to earn their initial road conference win. Here are four numbers to know leading up to the game.
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.
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:
The Georgia men’s basketball team defeated Tennessee 80-63 Wednesday night at Stegeman Coliseum despite losing a key player in the second half.
Georgia had nine different players enter the game and all nine scored. Eight players added rebounds, and six players recorded at least one steal. Senior guard Donnell Gresham Jr. had a game-high three steals.
The Georgia men’s basketball team earned its first conference win of the season over Tennessee Wednesday night as a result of an early lead that propelled the Bulldogs to a 80-63 victory.
The next stretch of the Bulldogs' schedule is not going to get much easier for them as they continue to take on in-conference rivals. For Tom Crean and his Bulldogs, the key is to focus on the task at hand – beginning with Tennessee.
Georgia fell to 10-5 on the year and 0-2 in conference play. The Bulldogs had similar struggles in the SEC a year ago — but with lower expectations.
Georgia had already seen a tough road environment this season when it faced then-No. 9 Memphis and came out victorious. However, the environment at Auburn will be different.
Georgia men's basketball freshman Anthony Edwards has been added to the midseason top 25 list for college basketball’s John R. Wooden Award.
Georgia had 10 new players suit up in the first SEC game of their careers against No. 14 Kentucky. They went into halftime with a 37-31 lead and a considerable amount of momentum. But in the second half, it got quiet.
Junior Rayshaun Hammonds fouled out late in the second half of Tuesday night's contest, as Georgia fell flat on the boards and was outrebounded by Kentucky 23-12.
Georgia relinquished a chance to follow up a program win on the road against Memphis when it fell to No. 14 Kentucky on Tuesday.
With the SEC often pigeonholed into its role as a football-centric conference, it can be easy to overlook matchups in other sports, but Tuesday’s basketball matchup between Georgia and Kentucky is not a game to be missed. Here are a few reasons why:
Now in a new decade, the Bulldogs didn’t even talk about their win over No. 9 Memphis when they returned to practice on Sunday. It was all about watching film and preparing for a home matchup with Kentucky on Tuesday.
The Georgia men’s basketball team started off 2020 with the most significant win of the Tom Crean era against No. 9 Memphis on the road.
Georgia’s Sahvir Wheeler drove through the paint for a game-winning layup with less than a second left in the game at the end of double overtime, claiming a narrow 87-85 victory for Georgia over Southern Methodist University in Stegeman Coliseum on Friday night.
Georgia men’s basketball forward Amanze Ngumezi entered his name in the NCAA transfer portal on Thursday, according to reports.