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Kentucky coming in. If it is not a sellout for this one, then the apathy might be unfixable.
They have EVERYTHING on the line
NCAA bubble busting opportunity for UGA along with getting better seed in SEC tournament
UK favored by 4
Wish I could go!!!
Art Schlichter's cellmates and Mo Clarett's rugby team believe Ohio State always does things honestly.....
Two certainties with the Kentucky game ...
-- A big crowd
-- A lot of them wearing blue
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Im willing to bet a pay check there will be more UK fans there then dawg fans
Normally I would agree but there is an apathy among the UK folks regarding this team. They have been embarrassed on the road by UT and Ark since Noel blew out his knee in Gainesville. Not the usual swagger from the fans or the team itself
This game is immensely winnable for Georgia.
agree. they have not responded well to teams that defend and hustle. i believe we will give them everything they want, and that the steg will be good and loud for this one.
we'll need gaines and mann to continue to play well, and we'll need to hold our own in the frontcourt. they're more talented, but we're tougher and will have the best player on the court.
If our season hadn't turned around the way it had I would definitely think no sell out and more Kentucky fans then UGA but with what's on the line for UGA seed wise and the hated "go blue" coming in I think our fans show out better then all year. Nothing would be better then hurting UK's chance to make the tourney.
God needs a Safety on His team. RIP 21
Dawgs will think it's a road game and play well :)
Born and bred Bulldog, living in Maryland since '88
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