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We set the record for fewest points in UGA history since the inclusion of the shot-clock in a 65-37 loss at Vanderbilt. The previous low was 39, amazingly enough set at Memorial Gym versus Vandy last year.

We have hit rock-bottom with today's game, but, hey, at least we set a record. :D 03-wink
02-26-2005 11:10 PM
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Yikes! 37 pts in a 40 minute game is almost unimaginable.

Field goal shooting: a ghastly 12 of 41 04-nuke
02-27-2005 12:04 AM
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JoltinJacket Wrote:Yikes! 37 pts in a 40 minute game is almost unimaginable. 04-nuke
Hey, congrats on your big win over Miami today. That was a fun game to watch. Probably locks up an NCAA spot for Tech.
02-27-2005 12:06 AM
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GDawgs88 Wrote:
JoltinJacket Wrote:Yikes! 37 pts in a 40 minute game is almost unimaginable.  04-nuke
Hey, congrats on your big win over Miami today. That was a fun game to watch. Probably locks up an NCAA spot for Tech.
I have to admit...when it was 53-43, I thought we were dead in the water. Tremendous character by those guys to save the season on the road like that. With Clemson still ahead, you're right, we're probably now a lock (knock on wood) for the tourney.
02-27-2005 12:10 AM
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Jarrett Jack is nails when the game is on the line. He has to be the best clutch player in college basketball. Any chance he'll go pro, you think? As a Georgia fan, I sure hope...
02-27-2005 12:12 AM
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GDawgs88 Wrote:Jarrett Jack is nails when the game is on the line. He has to be the best clutch player in college basketball. Any chance he'll go pro, you think? As a Georgia fan, I sure hope...
I don't think he'll leave unless we go deep into the tourney again. I really think he is enjoying the college game and still wants to complete his legacy. IMO, he could easily have his jersey retired, be an all-american, etc, if he decides to come back.
02-27-2005 06:37 PM
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Yeah, I really don't have the feeling he'll go pro. And Tech will need him next year with Elder, Bynum, McHenry, Tarver and Schenscher graduating. Jack should help ease Dickey and Smith into their roles as team leaders.
02-28-2005 03:20 PM
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