Home bulldogs at home at Ole Miss, 80-64

ATHENS – Georgia is a basketball team, for short sessions. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, it can be terrible for longer. That pattern was well established again on Saturday against Miss Miss and directly lost the SEC directly, 80-64, in Stegeman Coliseum.

Wearing a white-white uniform on the Letterman Day event, Georgia ran out of the gate. The Bulldogs made the first three of them and placed 71.8 percent on the floor to take four minutes in a 10-year lead. But the Bulldogs went up from 18-8 to 45-33 half-time after taking part in their worst turnover of the season. That is something to say for the SEC worst ball handle.

Georgia lost the ball 16 times in the final 15:11 of half play. He asks him to succeed as the first home play of the season is what is expected. And they were well deserved.

There was nothing shorter than the last seconds of the half. Georgia convened the ball over a 5-second violation trying to tie the ball within its own basket after a period of time with 5 seconds remaining in both. Then Miss Ole gave the ball back to them for a breach of travel, Tyree Crump was shouted for a bruised play trying to get a final shot.

He brought 16 major high season seomers for the first half. The appearance of the season-high, 26 full game against Texas came easy. Significantly, Georgia did not come near, but added four more in the second half to eliminate 20. But the leadership did not succeed again. The damage was made.

The loss of Bulldogs fell to 10-13 in total and 1-9 in the CSS. It shows the worst stretch in Georgia since 2009 when it lost the first 10 conferences and 11 consecutive matches. As a result, the coach's campaign Dennis Felton was going to take place in February and the last 3-15 SEC record.

Ole Miss improves to 16-7 in full and 6-4 in the first season under the Kermit Davis coach. The junior guard Breein Tyree was about the rebels with 31 high career points.

Georgia was 10 years leading to Rayshaun Hammonds. But the sophomore also introduced the Bulldogs in a round and fifty with five of them. It's got out to play 4:47.

The Ole Miss team also made much less 38-32 repayments from the Bulldogs. Follow the offensive struggle for 6-11 on the face of Nic Claxton, who had scored in the first half and finished with 8. Guard Jordan Harris was the first clearance with 10.

It could be better. Traveling the other Bulldogs to Texas A & M, which came to Saturday with some SEC 1-8 records. The first game in the home in Georgia is next Saturday against LSU, SEC second team.

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