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Georgia vs. Auburn
It's J.J. Frazier's last game at Stegeman Coliseum. Maybe.
It's also the last home game for Kenny Paul Geno, Houston Kessler and Brandon Young. ... But mainly this will be Frazier's night, and once again he'll probably have to come up big if Georgia will win.
I saw Yante Maten walk into the arena about an hour ago, but he's still a long way from playing. Mark Fox clarified yesterday that Maten also has a sprained MCL, though no other part of the knee. In any case, he's still out tonight, almost certainly for the regular season finale on Saturday at Arkansas, and the SEC tournament may be in doubt too.
This is a game Georgia is favored to win by 5, but after barely escaping LSU here on Saturday - needing Frazier's heroics - then you can't take anything for granted. Auburn comes in here struggling, but the Tigers are athletic, which make them a dangerous matchup for the Bulldogs.
As always, check here for analysis and updates.