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Georgia vs. LSU: Updates and analysis
Greetings from Stegeman Coliseum, where less than 48 hours after its win at Alabama, the Georgia Bulldogs return to the court. The short turnaround is the bad news for them. The good news is the opponent: LSU is 9-18 overall and 1-14 in the SEC. Yes, the Tigers stink on ice this year.
That said, Georgia still won't have Yante Maten, and given the short turnaround and the chance for overconfidence, there's reason to still tune in and see if the Bulldogs can take care of business.
As always, I'll have updates here.