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Just a note. UGA is getting routed at home by Youngstown state. ESPNU for the Coverage
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Before a crowd of 37.
At Stinkbomb Coliseum.
Could have had a front row seat wherever you wanted it. Should have gave away tickets to this one.
UGA has some work to do if they are going to compete in this league this year. We are certainly not perfect, but it is going to be a haul this year at the top.
Looking at that mausoleum makes you discount about half those 386 SEC titles Kentucky ran up on schools that did. not. care.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Chartervol 17 months ago
More like 37 people, you can't call what I just saw a crowd. It seems like UGA has been losing to teams it shouldn't lose to in basketball for the last 30 years.
And yet they've been to a final four. Go figure.
And won the SEC Tournament when they had no business winning the SEC Tournament. Go figure.
And they still can't draw flies. Go figure.
Usually when your football team is rolling the way that theirs is right now, it boosts the attendance at other sports including basketball. I guess that doesn't hold true in Athens?
lets hope they keep Fox for another 3-4 years.
It's a cultural thing. Georgia, Auburn and others have never had anything resembling a basketball culture. Basically it's been Kentucky, Tennessee and Vanderbilt giving a damn, and everyone else more or less mailing it in. LSU has had moments, and Florida has won big under Donovan, but UF doesn't sell many tickets, either. Bama won under CM Newton but no one there noticed,
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