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Georgia at South Carolina: Updates and analysis
I am looking live at Colonial Life Arena here in Columbia, S.C., where Georgia will perhaps find another gut-wrenching way to lose a key game.
This is one that Georgia could really, really use, given the missed chances at Kentucky, Texas A&M and Florida. This game is followed by a home game against Florida and a trip to surging Tennessee. At minimum, I think Georgia needs a win in one of those three in order to stay even in the conversation for an NCAA bid. Win two of them, and the Bulldogs would be in even better shape.
I spoke to someone close to the team yesterday that says the team remains confident, and sees the Kentucky game as further evidence that it can play with anybody in the game. But obviously it needs to figure out a way to close out some of these teams. Actually not some at this point. Georgia has little margin for error left, when it has a team down, it needs to put them away and win.
This one will be tough. South Carolina has a sellout crowd, and won by six in the first game in Athens. Check in here over the next two hours for my observations.