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eorgia Basketball represents the very best of the collegiate athletic experience. Its players come to understand the completeness of their education, both and off on the playing floor. Every off-court activity has one central goal in mind: to prepare the Bulldogs for productive and fulfilling lives after their playing careers have ended. On-court success is the culmination of a process that begins long before the first ball tips up each season.

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Gameday at Georgia Nobody does it better than

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ou’ll have to search far and wide to find a game that’s as much fun as Georgia’s. The lights are bright. The band gets loud. The fans hug the court. They get there early, get crazy and stay to celebrate with you after the game. The 21st century has ushered in a new era of enthusiasm for Georgia basketball at Stegeman Coliseum. In recent seasons, fans cranked the turnstiles at Stegeman more than any other period in the program’s history. The Mark Fox era promises to continue the tradition of packed houses and rowdy patrons.

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history Makers Highlights of Georgia Basketball

• 1983 Final Four • 1990 SEC Championship • 1983 SEC Tournament Championship • 2008 SEC Tournament Championship • Seven NCAA Tournament Appearances • Ten NIT Appearances • Thirty-one NBA Draft picks • Two NBA Draft lottery picks • Hall of Fame Inductee Dominique Wilkins

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eorgia has made its share of basketball history. Over the past 100 years, there are plenty of heroes and historic moments, champions and championships. But the future is what this program is about now. Under head coach Mark Fox, the Bulldogs are aiming to become the best...and to stay that way for a long time. 4

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A Dawg’s Life

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he Bulldogs are one of the most active and visible groups in the Athens community. Away from the court, a typical day for Georgia players could include any number of public service activities. All are designed with one goal in mind: To prepare the Bulldogs for a rich, successful and fulfilling life after their playing days are over.

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Lifestyle

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eorgia’s student-athletes enjoy the strongest academic support in the nation. The Rankin Smith Academic Center, just a stone’s throw from Stegeman Coliseum, includes a wealth of resources and individual tutorial rooms. Built at a cost of $7 million, this 31,000-square-foot center has over 60 computer work stations, a 230-seat study hall and a 55-seat “smart” classroom with high-speed Internet access at every seat.

Dave Bliss is Georgia Basketball’s most outstanding scholar-athlete of his generation. The former team co-captain earned two bachelor’s degrees in his four years on campus: a B.A. In Honors Political Science in 2007 and a B.B.A. In Real Estate on year later.

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ast Campus Village, which cost nearly $100 million dollars to build, includes apartments for 1,200 students and a dining hall as extravagant as you’ll find on any college campus. You’ll get the comforts of apartment living combined with the convenience of being on campus. Each two-or fourbedroom suite features separate bedrooms for each student. A common area in each suite includes a living room large enough for a big screen TV as well as a spacious kitchen area.

Life in the NBA hasn’t prevented two recent Bulldogs from earning their degrees. Shandon Anderson (above), a member of the 2006 World Champion Miami Heat, received his diploma 11 years after starring for Georgia. Damien Wilkins returned to Athens in 2009 to complete work on his bachelor’s degree, six years after his final game as a collegian.

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Training

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he success of Georgia Basketball depends not only on inseason, on-court performance, but also on the year-round development of strength,conditioning and basketball skills. With top-flight personnel and facilities, Georgia has the ability to give one-on-one attention to players and help them reach their potential as athletes and basketball players.

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Facilities STUDENT LEARNING CENTER In the heart of campus you’ll find the massive Student Learning Center. Christened in 2003, the 200,000-square-foot facility combines the best of classroom space, computer work stations and on-line library resources. There are more than 500 individual computer work stations loaded with the latest in educational software. COLISEUM TRAINING FACILITY Opened in August of 2007, the Coliseum Training Facility provides the finest practice and workout settings for the three UGA sports that reside there: men’s & women’s basketball, as well as women’s gymnastics. Each sport has its own practice gym, locker room and office space. The spacious new weight-training facility can house many different sports at any given time. 12

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o be a Georgia Bulldog means that you’ve achieved a level of skill that few collegians can match. That’s because every team at Georgia contends annually for championships in both the Southeastern Conference and the NCAA. With an operating budget of over $50 million, UGA gives its teams all the resources necessary to stay in the highest echelon of collegiate athletics.

GEORGIA’S DIRECTOR’S CUp FINISH Past 11 Years (1999-2009) 2009 18th 2008 10th 2007 12th 2006 9th 2005 7th 2004 5th 2003 15th 2002 8th 2001 3rd 2000 12th 1999 2nd

UGA’s gymnastics team in 2009 won the program’s 10th NCAA team championship.

In just seven years of existence, the Georgia Equestrian program has won four national team titles, including the 2009 crown.

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Great College, Great Town

BEST COLLEGE SPORTS TOWNS: 1. Madison, Wisconsin 2. Athens, Georgia 3. Austin, Texas 4. Gainesville, Florida 5. Boulder, Colorado — Sports Illustrated On Campus Sept. 16, 2003 16

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verything happens in Athens, from bike races to street festivals. You’ll find many of our favorite things about Athens right smack in the middle of downtown, including shops, restaurants and coffee and smoothie bars. Our town truly has something for everyone. But you don’t have to venture far if you’re searching for the bright lights of a big city. The urban sprawl that is now greater Atlanta has reached the outskirts of Athens. Whatever your pleasure — the NBA, NFL, a hip-hop show or a big-top concert — is just a short drive from home. Georgia Basketball

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omething for everyone. That’s one way to describe the academic experience at the University of Georgia. UGA is emerging as a leader among public universities nationally, with a breadth and diversity of degree programs that rival any institution of higher learning. With its top-notch facilities campus-wide, the University of Georgia is an ideal setting for anyone to pursue a world-class education.

AcAdemic RAnkings 1. North Carolina 2. Virginia 3. William & Mary

4. GEORGIA 5. Florida (Kiplinger’s Nation’s Best Public Universities that combine best academic and affordable tuitions)

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NBA Legacy Jarvis Hayes

Dominique Wilkins

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total of 32 Georgia Basketball players have been selected in the annual NBA Draft, six in the first round. Georgia’s brightest star in the NBA galaxy is Dominique Wilkins. The 2-time UGA All-American played 14 seasons in the NBA and is one of just 12 players in the league’s history to score 25,000 career points. The 9-time All-Star currently ranks 10th on the NBA’s career scoring chart with 26,668 points.

UGA alumnus Dominique Wilkins was part of the 2006 class of inductees into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

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SeC Tradition

DID YOU KNOW?... • The SEC in 2007 boasted not only the NCAA champion but also three of the teams in the Sweet 16? • The SEC is the only conference in the nation to have all of its teams ranked at least one week in the AP Top 25 since 2000. • The SEC leads the nation with 11 of its 12 members reaching the Sweet 16 since 1996. • The RPI has ranked the SEC the #1 overall conference in all of college basketball in four of the past eight seasons. • In the last 17 NCAA Tournaments (19932009), the SEC’s 11 Final Four appearances are the third most by any conference during that span. • Every SEC team has played in the NCAA Tournament at least once since the 2001 season. 22

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THE SEC AND THE NBA • As the 2009 season ended, 39 SEC alumni were on NBA rosters. • 371 former SEC players have been taken in the NBA Draft since 1949. • 87 players taken in the NBA Draft since 1990, including two in 2009. • 46 players have been selected in the first round of the NBA Draft since 1990, including one in 2008. • 22 players chosen as lottery picks in the NBA Draft since the Draft Lottery was incepted in 1985.

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25-34 .......Outlook for 2009-10 Table of Contents................................ 23 Quick Reference Page ....................... 24 Outlook for 2008-09 ....................... 26-31 Scholarship Endowments Programs .. 32

33-76 . Players, Coaches, Support 2009-10 Roster Information ................ 34 Radio / TV Spotting Chart................... 35 2009-10 Roster Analysis..................... 36 Albert Jackson ............................... 37-39 Ricky McPhee................................ 40-41 Tyler Whatley ...................................... 42 Chris Barnes .................................. 43-45 Jeremy Price.................................. 46-48 Matt Bucklin ........................................ 49 Travis Leslie .................................. 50-51 Trey Thompkins ............................. 52-53 Dustin Ware ................................... 54-55 Drazen Zlovaric ............................. 56-57 Ebuka Anyaorah ................................. 58 Demario Mayfield................................ 59 Vincent Williams ................................. 60 Connor Nolte ...................................... 61 Gerald Robinson, Jr. ........................... 62 Head Coach Mark Fox................... 64-66 Assistant Coach Kwanza Johnson ..... 67 Assistant Coach Philip Pearson ......... 68 Assistant Coach Stacey Palmore ....... 69 Basketball Support Personnel ....... 70-72 UGA President Dr. Michael F. Adams . 73 Athletic Director Damon Evans........... 74 Faculty Athletics Rep Jere Morehead . 74 UGA Athletic Senior Staff.................... 75 Stegeman Game-Day Personnel........ 76

77-100 ........2008-09 Opponents Alabama, Ala.-Birmingham ................. 78 Arkansas, Auburn ............................... 79 Florida, Florida Atlantic ....................... 80 Georgia Tech, Illinois .......................... 81 Jacksonville State, Kentucky .............. 82 LSU, Ole Miss..................................... 83 Mississippi State, Missouri ................. 84 New Orleans, UNC-Asheville ............. 85 Pepperdine, St. John’s ....................... 86 St. Louis, South Carolina .................... 87 Tennessee, Virginia Tech .................... 88 Vanderbilt, Wofford ............................. 89 2010 SEC Tournament ....................... 90 2010 NCAA Tournament ..................... 91 Series Records, 2010 Opponents..... 92-100

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101-122 ........2008-09 in Review Season Review.......................... 102-103 Senior Profiles from 2009 .......... 104-105 2008-09 Cumulative Statistics .......... 106 2008-09 Game-by-Game Results..... 107 2008-09 Game-by-Game Team Stats108 2008-09 Georgia Superlatives .......... 109 2008-09 SEC Standings ....................110 2008-09 SEC Statistics............... 111-113 2008-09 Game Summaries ....... 114-122

123-146 ......... Georgia Records Team & Individual Records ........ 124-126 Game, Season, Career Lists ..... 127-128 Thousand-Point Scorers ................... 129 Single-Game Team Bests .......... 130-131 Single-Game Indiv. Bests .......... 132-133 Records by Class ............................. 134 Stegeman Coliseum Records ........... 134 Georgia’s Poll History ....................... 135 All-Time Coaches’ Records .............. 135 Hundred-Point Games ...................... 136 Yearly Statistical Leaders ................. 137 Year-by-Year Team Statistics ..... 138-139 Starting Lineups from 1960 ....... 140-141 Overtime Record .............................. 142 Largest Victory / Defeat Margins ...... 143 All-Time Jersey Numbers .......... 144-145 Largest Crowds ................................ 146 W/L Records at Stegeman Col. ........ 146

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147-196 .......... Georgia History All-Star Honorees ...................... 148-149 Annual Team Award Winners ......... 150-153 Bulldogs in the Pros................... 154-158 Georgia’s Post-Season History ...... 159-168 Georgia in the NCAA Tourney ........ 162-165 Georgia in the NIT ..................... 166-168 Georgia at the SEC Tournament ...... 169 Invitational Tournament History . 170-171 Year-by-Year W/L Records ............... 172 Season-by-Season Results ....... 173-185 All-Time Series Records ............ 186-187 Georgia Basketball Lettermen ... 188-194 All-Time Assistant Coaches .............. 194 History of Stegeman Coliseum ......... 195 Playing Facilities Through the Years ...... 196

197-208 ...... Media Information Tips, Policies/Phone Directory ... 198-199 Georgia Sports Media Directory ....... 199 Athens Info (Maps, Hotels, etc.) ....... 200 Athletic Association Directory ........... 201 Georgia Bulldog Radio Network ....... 202 Mark Fox Show / Internet ................. 203 SEC Media Services......................... 204 2009-10 SEC Composite Schedule .. 205 2009-10 SEC Television Schedule ... 206 Future NCAA Tournament Sites ....... 207 2009 Results/2010 Schedule............ 208

Credits The 2009-10 Georgia Basketball Media Guide is produced by The University of Georgia Athletic Association — Athens, Ga. This media guide was written, edited, typeset and designed by Tim Hix, Associate Director, UGA Sports Communications. Special thanks to UGA Sports Communications student assistants Molly Poitevint and Michael Terry for their assistance with the guide’s production. Photography Credits • Scott Cunningham, Atlanta Hawks • Robert Newcomb, UGA Public Information • Dan Evans, Athens, Georgia • Jim Gund, Charleston, S.C. • Steve Colquitt, Phillip Faulkner and Rebecca Hay, UGA Athletic Association • Dean Legge, DawgPost • Perry McIntyre, Atlanta, Georgia

• Mark Murray, Basketball Hall of Fame • NBA Entertainment • Radi Nabulsi, Bull Moose Photography • David Coyle, Lexington, Ky. • Jim Thompson, Albuquerque Journal • University of Nevada Media Relations • Phillip Williams, Atlanta, Ga. • Dale Zanine, Duluth, Georgia Design of covers by The Adsmith, Athens, Georgia. Recruiting pages by Baseline Sports Media, Athens, Ga. This media guide was printed by Ebsco Media, Birmingham, Ala. Additional copies of this media guide may be purchased for $15 each, which includes postage and handling, by check or money order, made payable to: Georgia Athletic Association P.O. Box 1472 Athens, GA 30603

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Location: Founded: Enrollment: Nickname: Conference: Colors: Home Court:

Head Coach: Mark Fox (E. New Mexico ‘91) Coaching Record: at Nevada (2005-09) 123-43 (.741) at Georgia First Season Totals (5 seasons) 123-43 (.741) Assistant Coaches: Kwanza Johnson (Tulsa ‘95) Philip Pearson (Alabama ‘93) Stacey Palmore (Livingstone ‘93) Director of Basketball Operations: Kent Davison (Sterling ‘72) Operations Coordinator: Mark Pope (Kentucky ‘96) Graduate Assistant: Todd Okeson (Nevada ‘04) Graduate Manager: Cory Cason (Georgia ‘07) Basketball Trainer: Colby Pohlmann (Nebraska ‘02) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Mike Schweigert (Indiana ‘03) Basketball Secretary: Pam Gauld Basketball Office Telephone: (706) 542-1432

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Athens, Georgia 1785 34,180 Bulldogs Southeastern Red and Black Stegeman Coliseum (Capacity: 10,523) All-Time Coliseum Record: 300-187 (.616) President: Dr. Michael Adams (Lipscomb ’70) Faculty Chairman of Athletics: Prof. Jere Morehead (Georgia ’80)

UGA Athletic Association Athletic Director: Damon Evans (Georgia ’93) Exec. Associate Director: Frank Crumley (Georgia ’88) Senior Associate AD: Carla Williams (Georgia ’89) Associate ADs: Claude Felton (Georgia ’70) Arthur Johnson (Georgia ‘92) Alan Thomas (Kentucky ‘92) Craig White (Missouri ’88) Assistant ADs: Eric Baumgartner (Va. Tech ‘95) Matt Brachowski (Missouri ‘93) Glada Horvat (Georgia ‘82) Charles Whittemore (Georgia ‘70)

UGA Sports Communications Dir. of Sports Communications: Claude Felton (Georgia ‘70) Associate Directors: Tim Hix (Tennessee ‘84) (BBall) Christopher Lakos (Georgia ‘89) Mike Mobley (Georgia ‘89) Assistant Directors: Leland Barrow (Georgia ‘02) Tanner Tedeschi (Georgia ‘06) Steve Colquitt (Georgia ‘89) Ben Beaty (Auburn ‘07) Office Manager: Karen Huff Sports Comm. Student Assistants: CC Robinson (Grad. Asst.), Kate Burkholder (Grad. Asst.), Molly Poitevint, David Koonin, Sarah Bailey, Michael Terry, Joseph Feldman, Robert Carnes, Angela Alfano Sports Comm. Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1472 Athens, GA 30603 Hix’s Email Address thix@sports.uga.edu SCD Telephone: (706) 542-1621 SCD Faxes: (706) 542-9339/ 542-7993 Courtside Phone: (706) 542-8052 Web site: www.georgiadogs.com

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2008-09 Season Facts Final Records: 12-20 overall, 3-13 in SEC (6th in Eastern Division) Home: 10-8, Road: 1-9, Neutral: 1-3 Post-Season Results: 0-1 in SEC Tournament

2009-10 Personnel Breakdown Total Players (as of Oct. 1, 2009): 15 Starters Returning: 3 No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG 33 Trey Thompkins F 6-9 247 So. 12.6 3 Dustin Ware G 5-11 182 So. 7.2 34 Albert Jackson F/C 6-10 265 Sr. 4.5 Starters Lost: 2 30 Terrance Woodbury G 6-7 220 Sr. 14.0 23 Corey Butler G 6-3 195 Sr. 6.7 Other Lettermen Returning: 6 4 Chris Barnes F 6-8 240 Jr. 4.4 50 Jeremy Price F 6-8 264 Jr. 5.1 10 Ricky McPhee G 6-1 184 Sr. 3.6 1 Travis Leslie G 6-4 202 So. 6.3 41 Drazen Zlovaric F 6-9 210 So. -12 Matt Bucklin G 6-0 170 So. 0.0 Other Lettermen Lost: 2 5 Zac Swansey G 6-1 180 So. 4.3 20 Troy Brewer G 6-5 180 So. 2.1 Newcomers: 4 5 Ebuka Anayorah G 6-3 190 RFr. -11 Vincent Williams G 6-0 160 Fr. -25 Tyler Whatley F 6-7 220 Sr. -2 DeMario Mayfield G 6-4 190 Fr. -Transfers Sitting out the 2010 Season Gerald Robinson G 6-1 165 Jr. 17.8 Nashville, Tenn. (Tenn. State Univ.) Connor Nolte F 6-7 200 Jr. 5.4 Alpharetta, Ga. (Furman Univ.)

N. Georgia (Exh.) New Orleans Wofford at UAB (CSS) UNC-Asheville (CSS) Jacksonville State St. Louis at Virginia Tech St. John’s (@New York, N.Y.) (ESPN2) Illinois (@Duluth, Ga.) (ESPNU) Florida Atlantic Pepperdine at Missouri GeorgiaTech (CSS) at Kentucky (SECN) Ole Miss (SECN) at Miss. State (ESPN2) Tennessee (FSN) at Florida (CSS) at South Carolina (FSN) Arkansas (CSS) Vanderbilt (FSN) at Auburn (CSS) South Carolina (SECN) at Tennessee (SECN) Alabama (SECN) at Vanderbilt (ESPNU) Florida (SECN) Kentucky (SECN) at LSU (FSN) SEC Tournament (@Nashville)

Georgia Bulldog Radio Network Network Coordinator Alan York ISP Sports 540 North Trade Street Winston-Salem, NC 27101 (336) 831-0709 ayork@ispsports.com

Broadcast Team Play-by-Play Announcer Scott Howard Georgia Sports Properties 1090-A Founders Blvd. Athens, GA 30606 (706) 354-4682 solongeverybody@yahoo.com Color Analyst Mark Slonaker 394 S. Milledge Ave., Ste. 256 Athens, GA 30602 (706) 542-9798 slonaker@uga.edu Engineer Tony Schiavone News/Talk 750 - WSB AM 1601 W. Peachtree St. NE Atlanta, GA 30309 (404) 897-7500 tony.schiavone@coxradio.com

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New Chapter The Mark Fox Era begins as Georgia seeks new levels of succcess.

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asketball at the University of Georgia has begun a new chapter in its long history. Mark Fox became the head coach at Georgia last April after five bountiful seasons at Nevada, where the Wolf Pack won four straight league championships and at least 21 games each year

Trey Thompkins was one of the top freshmen of 2009, not only in the SEC, but in the nation as well.

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under his watch. Now the affable Kansan hopes to bring the same success and stability to a Bulldog program that strives for a higher status, not only on a national scale, but first within its own backyard. Indeed, Georgia faces a steep climb up the Southeastern Conference totem pole. Bulldog teams have reached the

break-even mark in SEC play just twice in the past six seasons, finishing either fifth or sixth in the Eastern Division each year. In the past two seasons alone – a time when the SEC’s overall quality trended downward – Georgia totaled just seven league wins. With minimal attrition from 2009 (and equally little addition, too), logic would dictate that Georgia should likely tread water during the 2010 season. The arrival of Fox, however, has offered glimpses of hope and optimism for the people that follow the program. Still, the 40-year-old Fox fully recognizes the scope of his task. “Every job has its challenges and this one is no different,” he said. “It’s a job that has enormous potential, but there are some things that we have to address. We’ve gone about very diligently addressing them since we’ve gotten here. I’m pleased and encouraged by the progress we’ve made.” Fox was introduced as the Georgia coach on April 3. Because of the NCAA’s competition calendar, he has since had precious few opportunities to put his new charges through their oncourt paces until this fall. His first observation fairly overstates the obvious. “We will need to get more offensive-minded,” he said. “This team struggled to score points last season, so that’s an area we need to improve.” For sure, the Bulldogs of 2009 averaged just 64.9 points per game, a figure that not only ranked 12th in the SEC, but it was also nearly six points fewer than the nearest competitor. In the 16-game league schedule, the averaged dipped further (61.9). Fox’s next assessment came only from extended interaction with his new players. “I want kids believing they came here because our team could be successful,” he said. “Success is the 2009-10 Media Guide


Outlook for 2009-10 by-product of a lot of things, most importantly the habits and the daily approach of the people in the program. It’s a certain way of carrying yourself. That’s what we’ve worked on with our players so far. If you don’t change the mindset in the locker room, you don’t have a chance.” Thus far, the players have readily absorbed their new message. “As soon as he came in, he told us winners act like winners on and off the court,” said senior center Albert Jackson. “That means eliminating even the simplest mistakes. He really emphasized that to be a winning team, you can’t have external problems. He’s pushed us to be better players and a better team.” And the coach shares a similarly

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positive appraisal thus far. “I felt like they came back to school with evidence of a productive summer and we’ve been very pleased with their approach to what we’ve tried to implement this fall,” he said. “They’ve been very receptive to what we want to do as a coaching staff and as a program. So I’ve been pleased with our youngsters as they’ve approached a new direction with our team.” Additional scrutiny by Fox has produced more observations: that the 2010 roster isn’t quite as bereft of talent as the team’s results might suggest; that this team has some strengths that it can exploit; and that it also has weaknesses it will need to address. Specifically, the Bulldogs will no doubt lean on their marquee player, sophomore Trey Thompkins, to shoulder a great offensive load. Thompkins is one of several players that could give Georgia a rather formidable frontcourt. And as productive as their big men could become, the Bulldogs also must fill an urgent need for scorers among their backcourt. As fall practice looms on the horizon, here’s a best-guess projection for Georgia’s personnel in 2009-10:

Center Albert Jackson, a cocaptain on last year’s team, is the program’s only 4-year senior.

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the U.S. Under 19 team which brought home the gold medal at the World Championships in New Zealand, the Americans’ first such title in 18 years. Thompkins started five of the team’s nine games, averaged 10.6 points and had its highest individual scoring output of the tournament (22 points vs. Greece). Fox eagerly anticipates the impact that the USA experience will have upon Thompkins as a collegian. “It was a situation in which Trey was Frontcourt allowed to become a better player, where he had to train hard and have Any a very team-oriented approach,” discussion of he said. “I think he accepted the Georgia’s big challenge and played really well men must throughout the whole tournament.” begin with The all-around threat that Thompkins. Thompkins brings could mean great The talented, 6-9 things for a trio of his frontcourt sophomore is the teammates. “Albert Jackson, Chris Bulldogs’ top returning scorer (12.6) Barnes and Jeremy Price have and rebounder (7.4), though early all had some success during their injuries forced him to play catch-up for careers,” Fox said. “We need to work much of the 2009 season. Thompkins on getting more also led the team consistency out of in blocked shots “I think our players are exeach one of them, (31) and is its best if we are to be cited about a new season returning 3-point effective.” and having the chance to shooter (38.4 Jackson, percent). go out and play and repthe Bulldogs’ lone His stature resent Georgia in the right 4-year senior, increased over the way.” has shown great summer, when he — Mark Fox promise at times earned a spot on during his career. 2009-10 Media Guide

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“Normally you have three or four new players. This year we have 15 because they’re all trying to learn a new system. So we have to take that into account as we’re trying to move forward.”

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Specifically, through the latter half of the 2008 season, he was one of Georgia’s most improved players. An early-season ankle injury last fall, however, thwarted his further development during his junior campaign. Barnes, meanwhile, fully recovered from a series of injuries that cost him dearly during his freshman year of 2008. The 6-8 forward showed plenty of times as a sophomore that he’s capable of adding productive minutes to the lineup. Fox and his first team would

benefit greatly from the return by Price to his freshman-year form of 2008. The Decatur native hinted of a bright future when he averaged 8.1 points and landed a spot on the Coaches’ SEC All-Rookie team that year. Last season, however, his productivity dipped after being replaced in the starting lineup during the non-conference schedule in December. Many times during that freshman season, Price demonstrated the capacity to become a dominant big man at the college level. Other candidates for time in the frontcourt include 6-9 sophomore Drazen Zlovaric and 6-7 senior Tyler

Frontcourt Breakdown ‘3’ Position (Wing)

Starter Lost .......................... Ht., Wt., Cl., Exp................................................. Hometown Terrance Woodbury ............... 6-7, 221, Sr., 3L....................................... Virginia Beach, Va. 2007-08 Averages: 14.0 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 39.1% FGs, 83.9% FTs Woodbury Notes: Perhaps a bit oversimplified, but as Woodbury went last season, so went the Bulldogs. Anytime the versatile shooter got hot -- such as his 32 points against Florida, or his 30 against Kentucky -- Georgia usually won. His scoring from the perimeter will be difficult for this particular group of Bulldogs to replace. Replacement Candidates: Travis Leslie (6-4, So.) Jaw-dropping athleticism automatically makes him a strong candidate. Drazen Zlovaric (6-9, So.) saw scant playing time as a freshman but hopes for an increased role.

‘4’ Position (Forward) Returning Starter ................. Ht., Wt., Cl., Exp................................................... Hometown Trey Thompkins ..................... 6-10, 247, So., 1L................................................ Lithonia, Ga. 2007-08 Averages: 12.6 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 43.4% FGs, 38.4% 3FGs, 31 BLKs Thompkins Notes: Few freshman around the country could’ve missed the amount of preparation Thompkins did...and still produce as he did in 2009. Best testament to his all-around skills: he led the Dogs in rebounding, blocked shots...and 3-point shooting. Other Candidates: Georgia appears to have some quality and depth in the frontcourt. Forward Jeremy Price (6-9, Jr.) occasionally showed star potential in his rookie season of 2008 but struggled last year. Chris Barnes (6-8, Jr.) may be the best athlete of all Georgia big men.

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Returning Starter: .......... Ht., Wt., Cl., Exp. ......................................Hometown

Albert Jackson ....................... 6-11, 265, Sr., 3L .............................................. Earlington, Ky. Jackson Notes: Big, strong and gifted athletically, Jackson hopes for his final collegiate season to be his best. Slowed by a severe ankle sprain early last season. Top Candidates: Price and Barnes will more than capably spell Jackson, and perhaps challenging him for first-team status.

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Whatley. Zlovaric played sparingly in averaging 1.2 points last year. The native Serbian scored 16 of his 21 total points in 2009 during an earlyseason win over Mississippi Valley State. Whatley, meanwhile, sat out the ’09 campaign after transferring from Wofford. The local product (Auburn, Ga.) played a key role for the Terriers before deciding to finish his career closer to home.

Backcourt Early in the 2009 SEC schedule, it became clear that Dustin Ware had earned the starter’s nod at point guard for Georgia. He proved it thereafter with a performance that simply got better with each game. Ware started the final 13 games of last season, ranking third on the team in scoring at 7.4 points per game and lead the Dogs in assists with 3.4. In fact, he became the first UGA freshman in eight years to hand out 100 assists. His offensive highlight came in the final week of the season, when his 18 points helped lead Georgia to a rare win at Kentucky. Fox has been quick to praise his diminutive guard for his exemplary behavior. “Dustin has had the best approach of any of our players,” he said. “The way he carries himself – in class, in workouts, in the locker room – has been an example for the rest of our players to follow. “I think Dustin as a player is more complete than a lot of guys. He’s got the ability to shoot the ball, and to make decisions and think. He’s versatile enough to really help us in a number of different ways.” Behind Ware at the point, however, Georgia’s options are largely unknown. The only backup with any collegiate experience is walk-on Matt Bucklin, who 2009-10 Media Guide


Outlook for 2009-10 played just three minutes all of last season. The Bulldogs’ most likely candidates to relieve Ware are freshmen DeMario Mayfield and Vincent Williams. The former signed with Georgia last November and continued to prove his talents in high school at both backcourt positions. Fox brought Williams into the fold this past May for his outside scoring prowess, and therefore, he may be better suited for the off-guard position. As Fox looks for more offensive solutions on the perimeter, he may first seek senior Ricky McPhee. A walk-on transfer from Gardner-Webb, McPhee emerged as Georgia’s top outside shooter in a role that expanded as last season progressed. He played vital roles in both of the Bulldogs’ home SEC wins over Florida and Vanderbilt. A truly unknown quantity to the Georgia lineup this season will be redshirt freshman Ebuka Anyaorah. The 6-4 guard missed all of last season when he underwent surgery in October to repair a stress fracture in his left leg. Anyaorah practiced with the ’09 team for much of last February and is expected to participate at full speed this fall. Before his injury he was regarded as an outside shooting specialist, something the Bulldogs could certainly use in 2010. Travis Leslie, a supremely athletic wing player, will resume his career

this fall after a premature end to his 2009 campaign. The 6-4 sophomore missed the last five games of last season to devote full attention to his academic work. Presumably back on stable footing, Leslie aspires for a greater role in 2010. Coaching transitions are rarely, if ever, smooth and easy. Sufficient time has passed since Fox’s hiring for the off-court transition to have neared completion. As the season approaches, the on-court changeover -- perhaps the more challenging, and more visible of the two -- will begin to take place. Because everyone is starting this phase from Square One, the process will be a slow one, for sure, says Fox. “Normally you have three or four new players; this year we

have 15 because they’re all trying to learn a new system,” he said. “So we have to take that into account as we’re trying to move forward. We’re going to focus on getting better every day. If we can do that today, and we can do that for the six workdays in the week, then we’ve gotten better that week. “If we can do that for two or three, four weeks in a row, then we’ve gotten better over a month. Then if we can do that two months in a row then our program has gotten better. If we can do that for a couple of years in a row then our program will slowly have climbed forward.”

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Jeremy Price would give the Bulldogs a needed boost if he returns to the form that won him Freshman AllSEC honors in 2008.

Backcourt Breakdown Point Guard

Returning Starter: ..........Ht., Wt., Cl., Exp. .......... Hometown

Dustin Ware .......................... 5-11, 182, So.,1L..... Powder Springs, Ga. 2008-09 Averages: 7.2 ppg, 1.7 rpg, 3.4 apg, 25.1 mpg Ware notes: Dogs’ third-leading scorer in 2009, their leading assist man and one of their most indispensible players in the season’s latter half. Other Candidates: One sobering reality for new coach Mark Fox, upon taking the Georgia job in April: there was no proven backup for Ware. Freshmen Demario Mayfield (6-4) and Vincent Williams (6-0) seem likely candidates for backup duty. Walk-on Matt Bucklin (6-0, So.) appeared in four games last season.

‘2’ Guard (Wing)

Starter Lost: ...................Ht., Wt., Cl., Exp. .......... Hometown

Corey Butler.......................... 6-3, 190, Sr., 3L ................... Decatur, Ga. 2008-09 Averages: 6.7 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 40.3% FGs, 28.7 mpg Top Candidates: An abundance of candidates here but few with any appreciable experience. Ricky McPhee (6-1, Sr.) may be the team’s best outside shooter. That fact alone may make him the top early option. Other Candidates: Ebuka Anyaorah (6-4, RFr.) sat out last year with an injury but could contend for the starter’s job. Other possibilities include freshmen Demario Mayfield and Vincent Williams.

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Georgia sophomore Howard “Trey” Thompkins had a most interesting, and productive, summer of 2009. The Lithonia native spent nearly eight weeks competing with and against the world’s best in his age group, and at an exotic locale, to boot. Thompkins was selected in late May to the U.S. team that played in the FIBA Under 19 World Championships in Auckland, New Zealand. The Americans hadn’t won the biennial tournament in 18 years, but this largely unheralded group won the gold medal in convincing fashion. Coach Jamie Dixon’s group went 9-0 during its 2-week stay down under. The Yanks won their games by an average margin of over 22 points. Thompkins was frequently front and center during this American stampede. The 6-10 forward started five of the nine games and averaged 10.6 points — second-best on the team — and 5.0 rebounds, shooting 54 percent from the field. His 22 points in a fourth-round victory over Greece was the single highest offensive output by the Americans during the tournament.

Schedule Sets Bar High There’s plenty of ambition in Georgia’s 2009-10 schedule, to be sure. Fifteen of the Bulldogs’ 29 regular-season games will come against teams that competed in the 2009 postseason In addition to the lineup of Southeastern Conference opponents, four other so-called “power” conferences – the Atlantic Coast, Big East, Big Ten and Big Twelve – are also represented. Highlights of the non-conference slate at Stegeman Coliseum include Georgia Tech’s biennial trip to Athens on Jan. 5; a Dec. 2 date against Atlantic 10 Conference member St. Louis and head coach Rick Majerus; and a Dec. 30 game against Pepperdine and former Mark Fox mentor, coach Tom Asbury. It is away from Athens, however, where the 2010 Bulldogs will be most sternly tested. In addition to Georgia’s three “true” road games – at UAB, Virginia Tech and Missouri – the Bulldogs will also face St. John’s and Illinois in neutral-court matchups.

Much Work To Do Foremost among the multiple early-season tasks for new coach Mark Fox is to create some offense. The Bulldogs in 2009 ranked 12th in the SEC in scoring at 64.9 points per game, the second-lowest figure by a Georgia team in the past 50 years. Finding points among this group could prove challenging. Thirty-eight percent of those 65 points per game is gone, largely with leading scorer Terrance Woodbury. A likely starting point toward this goal will be to minimize

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turnovers. Georgia hasn’t had a positive assist/turnover ratio since the 2003 season. The only returning player on the 2010 squad with a positive ratio last year was point guard Dustin Ware.

Georgia’s Turn on the Big Stage

This year marks the third annual SEC/Big East Invitational, and Georgia will finally gets its time in the national spotlight. The two-night men’s college basketball event begins with a doubleheader Wednesday, Dec. 9, at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Georgia will play St. John’s in the opening contest – to be played on ESPN2 -- followed by Kentucky vs. Connecticut on ESPN. The next night, Dec. 10, at St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Fla., DePaul will take on Mississippi State on ESPN2, followed by Syracuse vs. Florida on ESPN. St. John’s has played Georgia only twice, most recently when the Bulldogs eliminated the Red Storm in the second round of the 1983 NCAA Tournament in Syracuse, N.Y. Connecticut defeated Kentucky in those teams’ only meeting in the second round of the 2006 NCAA Tournament in Philadelphia. The SEC/Big East Invitational will mark Georgia’s fourth time to play in “The World’s Most Famous Arena.” Previously, Bulldog teams have appeared twice in the NIT Final Four: 1982 and again in 1998. Georgia also participated in the 2002 Coaches vs. Cancer event, dropping a close decision to Texas in the 2003 season opener.

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The Hoop Girls are a support group that assists with the promotional efforts for the Men’s Basketball team. Front Row – Laura Brickell, Janelle Christian, Malikah Mose, Margaret Brown, Sallie Williams, Caroline Burleson, Heidi Hack, Ali Hymson. Middle Row – Sara Anne McCoun, Erica Lackey, Taylor Sadick, Shaina Forman, Margaret Hancock, Gabi Baetti, Molly Rumph, Mackenzie Madden, Kara Clements, Kristin Stevens, Lindsay Tabor, Mackenzie Hart. Back Row – Darby Thompson, Adatee Okonkwo, Lee Schroder, Catie Sparks, Angela Morgan, Ashley Taylor, Natalie Wirtz, Loree Ann Thompson, Mare Barksdale, Carolyn Evers, Hannah Farrow, Margaret Story, Emily Piwonka, Jessica Seagraves. Not Pictured – Amanda Boyd, Clare Callahan, Candice Cartiaux, Brittany Cassell, Claire Chambers, Katie Congleton, Mary Parker Davis, Rachel Harris, Paige Heinze, Collins Johnson, Sara Ann Manocheo, Morgan Montgomery, Courtney Parker, Nicole Peaper, Katie Strasberg, Clara Winston

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Q & A with Mark Fox

Q. How will you gauge success with the 2009-10 team? A. “I’d say if we went undefeated, that’d be pretty successful, but I don’t think that’s probably going to happen. We’re going to focus on getting better every day. If we can do that today, and we can do that for the six workdays in the week, then we’ve gotten better that week. If we can do that for two or three, four weeks in a row, then we’ve gotten better over a month. Then if we can do that two months in a row then our program has gotten better. If we can do that for a couple of years in a row then our program will slowly have climbed forward. “I’ve been blessed to be around some great football coaches while I was an assistant coach. I was at the University of Washington with Don James. I was able to spend a lot of time seeing how he builds his team. I was at Kansas State with Bill Snyder. He used a very simple approach, which we’ve stolen, that we’re going to get a little bit better every day. If you can do that over time, then ultimately you’re daily efforts add up to something. “Certainly we’re going to measure it in wins and losses, that’s one of things that we do. I’m not a guy that’s into predictions on how many we’re going to win. I’m going to plan to win them all. We’re going to take them one at a time and see where the chips fall.”

Q. How do you think the players have responded to everything that they have experienced in the past 6-9 months? A. “I think our players were ready for a fresh start. I think last year was a difficult year for them. They would admit that to you. They’re young and they’re resilient, and they’re excited about a new season and having a chance to go out and play and represent Georgia in the right way. It doesn’t surprise me that their response has been what it’s been. I think they’re all good kids. They’ve recruited good kids here and I’ve inherited a group of young people who have been very receptive to what we’ve been trying to do.”

Q. What are some of the things you’ve tried to instill in them? A. “We’ve really tried to stress with our young people about functioning like winning people all day every day, being in the classroom, as citizens, as athletes. “I’ve been pleased with our youngsters as they’ve approached a new direction with our team and a new way of playing in certain regards. We’re excited about the approach that they’re taking and what we can do with Georgia basketball.”

“We’ve really tried to stress with our young people about functioning like winning people all day every day, being in the classroom, as citizens, as athletes.” — Mark Fox

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Q. Briefly describe your offensive and defensive philosophies. A. “We’re one of the few teams that play the way that we play on the offensive end. But what we tell recruits is that you can look at our previous teams and we’ve had post players that have led us in scoring and perimeter players that have averaged 20 points a game. We can structure the way that we play offensively to get our best players the most shots. That can be a structure to an interior play or to a perimeter play. That’s one of the reasons that we like how we’ve played offensively, because it gives us an opportunity to go to the hot hand, wherever that hot hand may be. “We have been traditionally a man-to man defensive team. We have always had a zone defense that we’ve worked on to use as a Plan B, and we’ve always had a “catchup defense” that we haven’t had to use as much. But we’re going to have to establish that the defensive end of the floor is of the utmost importance for our players. We’ll adapt it to our personnel and that’s going to change. There are going to be some nights were playing man-to-man defense gives us the greatest chance to win. There are going to be nights when we don’t match up well man-to-man, and we have to play zone and so we have to develop the flexibility to play different ways, but that’s certainly something we’re going to work hard on starting on day one.”

Q. What value do you think Trey Thompkins had from his experience with USA Basketball last summer? A. “That’s a privilege that very few of us get the chance to experience, to wear the USA on your chest. So I think he was really able to gain an appreciation for that. But also, in playing for Jamie Dixon, and Chris Lowery, and Matt Painter, he was able to play

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for three proven defensive coaches and proven winners and get a taste of some different philosophies that will improve him. I just think that experience can only help him mature and be a better player this year. And it also helped him stay in shape, quite frankly. Fortunately, he’s stayed in shape and stayed healthy, and that’s really a key for him.”

Q. Explain Dustin Ware’s value to this team. A. “Dustin is a young man that functions like a winner in every way. He’s a guy to develop trust in because he functions like a successful person all of the time. “I think Dustin as a player is more complete than a lot of guys. He’s got the ability to shoot the ball, and is the only player returning to the team that had more assists than turnovers. And that’s important. He also has the ability to make decisions and think. But we have 15 players learning a new system and so we’ll take that slowly. But he is versatile enough to really help us in a number of different ways.”

Q. Can you touch on what exactly you are pitching to recruits? A. “We just try and be true and genuine, just be honest with people. I don’t think there’s really any other way to do it. We are exactly who we are. We’ve done what we’ve done. We have a plan and vision for what this program ultimately can be. We certainly need their help and we’re taking it day to day. Every day we’re trying to strengthen a relationship, build a relationship, make contact with a new player, find a new prospect, and I think whether you’re rebuilding or a defending champion, you have to have that same approach.”

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Endowments Ensure the Future of Georgia Athletics

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he Athletic Scholarship Endowment Program was instituted to allow supporters of the University of Georgia Athletic Association to invest in the educational opportunities of UGA student-athletes. The program is vital to the future of Georgia Athletics by providing the long-term solution of keeping pace with escalating expenses. A gift to establish a scholarship provides income towards funding a scholarship each year and permanently memorializes the donor or any individual in whose honor the scholarship is named. A full scholarship is endowed through a gift of $150,000. Although the program is still relatively young, over 150 scholarships already are fully funded. For more information on the Scholarship Endowment Program or other giving opportunities, please contact the UGA Athletic Association at (706) 542-9220. The following donors have demonstrated their commitment to the Georgia basketball program by endowing one or more full scholarships.

Endowed Scholarships for Basketball

Joel and Wealthy Eaves Scholarship Endowment In memory of former Athletic Director Joel Eaves and his wife, Wealthy, a scholarship benefitting a men’s basketball student-athlete has been established by family, former co-workers, friends and alumni. Coach Eaves served as athletic director at Georgia for 16 years from 1963-1979.

2009-10 Recipient: Drazen Zlovaric

Leon Farmer Scholarship Endowment

Leon Farmer, Jr. and Leon Farmer, III, UGA alumni from Athens, have fully funded four scholarships for studentathletes in football, men’s basketball, baseball and gymnastics in memory of Leon “Sarge” Farmer, a popular UGA and Athens High ROTC instructor and founder of Leon Farmer and Company.

2009-10 Recipient: Albert Jackson

Kevin Brophy Memorial Scholarship An endowed scholarship was established in 2006 to honor the memory of Kevin Brophy. The native Australian played tw o sea so ns at Georgia (2005-06) and left an indelible mark upon the basketball program and University community. Brophy died tragically in July of 2006 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. 2009-10 Recipient: Demario Mayfield

William K. Holmes, longtime Bulldog supporter and UGA alumnnus from Macon, has generously endowed four scholarships to benefit members of the football, basketball, baseball and gymnastics teams, as an expression of his support for the Bulldog program.

2009-10 Recipient: Jeremy Price

Keiser Family Scholarship Endowment The Donald M. Keiser family has endowed a scholarship for a member of the men’s basketball team. Don is a 1961 UGA graduate and former basketball p l a y e r. This scholarship endowment is a reflection of the role that Georgia basketball and the University of Georgia have played in the life of the Keiser family. 2009-10 Recipient: Ebuka Anyaorah

James. E & Peggy A. Hickey Scholarship Endowment Three fully endowed scholarships benefitting football, basketball and gymnastics have been established by brothers Jim (left) and Sanders Hickey in loving memory of their parents.

2009-10 Recipient: Chris Barnes

Vincent J. & Barbara Dooley Scholarship Endowment

Charles Jones Memorial Scholarship 2009-10 Recipient: Dustin Ware

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As a sign of their commitment to the endowment program, Vince and Barbara Dooley have made a generous gift which will endow three scholarships for UGA student-athletes: one each in football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball.

2009-10 Recipient: Trey Thompkins

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2009-10 Rosters

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Numerical Roster No. Name 1 2 3 4 5 10 11 12 20 22 25 33 34 41 50

Travis LESLIE DeMario MAYFIELD Dustin WARE Chris BARNES Ebuka ANYAORAH Ricky McPHEE Vincent WILLIAMS Matt BUCKLIN Connor NOLTE* Gerald ROBINSON, Jr.* Tyler WHATLEY Trey THOMPKINS Albert JACKSON Drazen ZLOVARIC Jeremy PRICE

Pos. Ht.

G G G F G G G G F G F F F/C F F

Wt.

Cl.-Exp.

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6-4 6-4 5-11 6-8 6-4 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-7 6-1 6-7 6-9 6-11 6-9 6-8

202 190 182 240 194 184 160 170 200 165 220 247 265 210 264

So.-1L Fr.-HS So.-1L Jr.-2L RFr.-SQ Sr.-1L Fr.-HS So.-SQ Jr.-Tr. Jr.-Tr. Sr.-Tr. So.-1L Sr.-3L So.-1L Jr.-2L

Decatur, Ga. (Columbia) Carnesville, Ga. (Franklin County) Powder Springs, Ga. (N. Cobb Christian) College Park, Ga. (Riverdale) Suwanee, Ga. (N. Gwinnett) Lawrenceville, Ga. (Gardner-Webb) Homestead, Fla. (South Dade) Marietta, Ga. (Pope) Alpharetta, Ga. (Milton / Furman Univ.) Nashville, Tenn. (MLK / Tenn. State Univ.) Auburn, Ga. (Wofford Coll. / Apalachee HS) Lithonia, Ga. (Wesleyan) Earlington, Ky. (Oak Hill Academy, Va.) Novi Sad, Serbia (Patterson School, N.C.) Decatur, Ga. (Columbia)

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Cl.-Exp.

Hometown (High School)

Alphabetical Roster No. Name

5 Ebuka ANYAORAH G 6-4 194 RFr.-SQ Suwanee, Ga. (N. Gwinnett) 4 Chris BARNES F 6-8 240 Jr.-2L College Park, Ga. (Riverdale) 12 Matt BUCKLIN G 6-0 170 So.-SQ Marietta, Ga. (Pope) 34 Albert JACKSON F/C 6-11 265 Sr.-3L Earlington, Ky. (Oak Hill Academy, Va.) 1 Travis LESLIE G 6-4 202 So.-1L Decatur, Ga. (Columbia) 2 DeMario MAYFIELD G 6-4 190 Fr.-HS Carnesville, Ga. (Franklin County) 10 Ricky McPHEE G 6-1 184 Sr.-1L Lawrenceville, Ga. (Gardner-Webb) 20 Connor NOLTE* F 6-7 200 Jr.-Tr. Alpharetta, Ga. (Milton / Furman Univ.) 50 Jeremy PRICE F 6-8 264 Jr.-2L Decatur, Ga. (Columbia) 22 Gerald ROBINSON, Jr.* G 6-1 165 Jr.-Tr. Nashville, Tenn. (MLK / Tenn. State Univ.) 33 Trey THOMPKINS F 6-9 247 So.-1L Lithonia, Ga. (Wesleyan) 3 Dustin WARE G 5-11 182 So.-1L Powder Springs, Ga. (N. Cobb Christian) 25 Tyler WHATLEY F 6-7 220 Sr.-Tr. Auburn, Ga. (Wofford Coll. / Apalachee HS) 11 Vincent WILLIAMS G 6-0 Homestead, Fla. (South Dade) 160 Fr.-HS 41 Drazen ZLOVARIC F 6-9 210 So.-1L Novi Sad, Serbia (Patterson School, N.C.) *Sitting out 2009-10 season in compliance with NCAA rules regarding transfer student-athletes.

Basketball Staff

Head CoaCH: Mark Fox (1st year) assistant CoaCH: Kwanza Johnson (1st year) assistant CoaCH: Phillip Pearson (1st year) assistant CoaCH: Stacey Palmore (1st year)

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dir. of BasketBall operations: Kent Davison (1st year) operations Coordinator: Mark Pope (1st year) Graduate ManaGer: Cory Cason (2nd year) Graduate assistant: Todd Okeson (1st year)

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CHris Barnes

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Forward

6-4, 202, So.

6-4, 190, Fr.

5-11, 182, So.

6-8, 240, Jr.

Decatur, Ga.

Carnesville, Ga.

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Lawrenceville, Ga.

Homestead, Fla.

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Lithonia, Ga.

Earlington, Ky.

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Decatur, Ga.

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Letterwinners Returning (9, listed in descending PPG average) No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown (Prev. School) 33 Trey Thompkins* F 6-10 247 So.-1L Lithonia, Ga. (Wesleyan School) 3 Dustin Ware* G 5-11 182 So.-1L Powder Springs, Ga. (N. Cobb Christian) 1 Travis Leslie F 6-4 202 So.-1L Decatur, Ga. (Columbia) 50 Jeremy Price F 6-8 264 Jr.-2L Decatur, Ga. (Columbia) 34 Albert Jackson* C 6-11 265 Sr.-3L Earlington, Ky. (Oak Hill, Va., Academy) 4 Chris Barnes F 6-8 240 Jr.-2L College Park, Ga. (Riverdale) 10 Ricky McPhee G 6-1 184 Sr.-1L Lawrenceville, Ga. (Gardner-Webb) 41 Drazen Zlovaric F 6-9 210 So.-1L Novi Sad, Serbia (Patterson, N.C., School) 12 Matt Bucklin G 6-0 170 So.-1L Marietta, Ga. (Pope)

G-GS 28-23 32-17 26-4 29-10 31-28 32-0 25-1 17-0 4-0

PPG RPG 12.6 7.4 7.2 1.7 6.3 3.9 5.1 2.9 4.5 3.8 4.4 3.9 3.6 1.5 1.2 0.9 0.0 0.0

Newcomers (6, listed in alphabetical order) No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown (Prev. School) 5 Ebuka Anyaorah G 6-4 194 RFr.-SQ Suwanee, Ga. (North Gwinnett) 2 DeMario Mayfield G 6-4 190 Fr.-HS Carnesville, Ga. (Franklin County) 20 Connor Nolte% F 6-7 200 Jr.-Tr. Alpharetta, Ga. (Milton / Furman Univ.) 22 Gerald Robinson, Jr.% G 6-1 165 Jr.-Tr. Nashville, Tenn. (MLK / Tennessee State Univ.) 25 Tyler Whatley F 6-7 220 Sr.-Tr. Auburn, Ga. (Apalachee / Wofford) 11 Vince Williams G 6-0 160 Fr.-HS Homestead, Fla. (North Dade) %Sitting out the 2009-10 season in compliance with NCAA rules regarding transfers.

PPG 26.3 23.9 5.4 17.8 5.3 26.1

RPG 8.3 5.1 3.1 3.9 3.6 3.0

Letterwinners Lost (4, listed in descending PPG average) No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown (Prev. School) 30 Terrance Woodbury* F 6-7 220 Sr.-3L Virginia Beach, Va. (Coastal Christian Acad.) 23 Corey Butler* G 6-3 195 Sr.-3L Decatur, Ga. (Cross Keys) 5 Zac Swansey G 6-1 180 So.-2L Dunwoody, Ga. (Dunwoody) 20 Troy Brewer G 6-5 180 So.-2L Rockville, Md. (Montrose Christian) *2008-09 Starter

G-GS 28-28 32-32 31-17 21-0

PPG RPG 14.0 4.6 7.2 4.0 4.3 1.9 2.1 0.9

APG 0.8 3.4 0.6 0.9 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.2 0.2

Other --6.7 apg 0.9 apg 3.9 apg 0.8 apg 5.9 apg

APG 1.4 1.9 2.9 0.6

Roster Miscellany • Starters Returning (3): Guard Dustin Ware; Forward - Trey Thompkins; Center - Albert Jackson. Three other returnees started 15 games collectively. • Starters Lost (2): Forward - Terrance Woodbury; Guard - Corey Butler • Lettermen Returning: 9 (Listed above) • Lettermen Lost: 4 (Listed above) • Newcomers: 6 (Listed above...1 redshirt freshman, 2 high school products, 3 transfers from 4-year colleges) • Seniors (3): Albert Jackson, Ricky McPhee, Tyler Whatley • Juniors (4): Chris Barnes, Jeremy Price, Connor Nolte, Gerald Robinson, Jr. • Sophomores (5): Matt Bucklin, Travis Leslie, Trey Thompkins, Dustin Ware, Drazen Zlovaric • Freshman (3): Ebuka Anyaorah, DeMario Mayfield, Vince Williams • Players by State/Country: Georgia (11) - Ebuka Anyaorah, Chris Barnes, Matt Bucklin, DeMario Mayfield, Ricky, McPhee, Connor Nolte, Jeremy Price, Trey Thompkins, Dustin Ware.

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• In-Season Birthdays: Chris Barnes (Nov. 20), Vincent Williams (Jan. 17), Gerald Robinson, Jr. (Feb. 10), Ebuka Anyaorah (Feb. 15), Drazen Zlovaric & Jeremy Price (Mar. 23), Travis Leslie (Mar. 29).

Florida (1) - Vince Williams; Kentucky (1) - Albert Jackson; Tennessee (1) - Gerald Robinson, Jr.; Serbia (1) - Drazen Zlovaric • Tallest Players: Albert Jackson stands at 6 feet, 11 inches tall. Trey Thompkins is now 6 feet, 10 inches tall. • Shortest Players: Dustin Ware is 5 feet, 11 inches tall. Matt Bucklin and Vince Williams are both 6 feet tall. • Heaviest Players: Albert Jackson, 265 pounds. Jeremy Price, 264 pounds. • Lightest Players: Vince Williams, 160 pounds. Gerald Robinson, Jr., 165 pounds. • Oldest: Tyler Whatley, 23 (born August 15, 1986) Youngest: DeMario Mayfield, 18 (born May 23, 1991)

• Returning Statistical Leaders Scoring Trey Thompkins ....................... 12.6 ppg Dustin Ware ............................... 7.2 ppg Travis Leslie .............................. 6.3 ppg Rebounding Trey Thompkins .......................... 7.4 rpg Chris Barnes ............................... 3.9 rpg Travis Leslie ............................... 3.9 rpg Assists Dustin Ware ............................... 3.4 apg Jeremy Price.............................. 0.9 apg Ricky McPhee, Travis Leslie...... 0.6 apg Minutes Trey Thompkins ...................... 26.0 mpg Dustin Ware ............................ 25.1 mpg Albert Jackson ........................ 19.6 mpg • Percentage of Returning Players by Statistics 1,292 of 2,097 points ...................... 62% 743 of 1,078 indiv. rebounds .......... 69% 216 of 417 assists........................... 52% 3,904 of 6,450 minutes ................... 61%

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basket vs. Virginia Tech with 29 seconds left, then rebounded the Hokies’ last shot.

2008-09 Season • Team co-captain. • Junior-year progress was slowed by a sprained ankle he suffered in Georgia’s exhibition game vs. Albany State. • Still managed the moments of promise that his ‘08 season suggested might happen more frequently. • Second on the team in field-goal percentage (48.3%) and blocked shots (26). • Had first career double-double 12/31 vs. Kennesaw State. • Only other double-figure scoring came in a 12-point effort vs. Santa Clara. Four of those points came in the final 3:00. • Season high of 33 minutes came in home victory over Florida, against which he contributed nine points and seven rebounds. • Played a key role in Georgia’s biggest nonconference win, when he scored the decisive

2007-08 Season

Jackson’s 2008-09 Game-by-Game Stats (*=Starter) Game FGs 3FGs FTs Rebs PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN USC UPSTATE* 0-3 0-0 0-0 3 5 0 0 2 0 0 11 Loyola-Chicago* 1-3 0-0 1-2 5 2 3 0 2 5 0 24 E. Michigan* 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 PRESBY. DNP (Inj.) SANTA CLARA* 5-7 0-0 2-2 5 0 12 0 2 1 1 25 MS. VALL. ST.* 1-1 0-0 2-2 0 1 4 0 1 2 0 16 Western Ky. 0-3 0-0 1-2 5 2 1 0 2 1 0 8 Illinois* 3-4 0-0 0-0 8 2 6 1 3 0 0 25 VA. TECH* 3-7 0-0 1-3 5 2 7 0 1 1 1 20 WOFFORD* 2-4 0-0 0-1 3 5 4 0 6 2 0 25 TAMUCC* 0-0 0-0 1-2 3 2 1 0 1 0 1 20 N.C. A&T* 2-3 0-0 2-2 1 1 6 0 0 2 0 20 KENN. STATE* 3-4 0-0 6-6 10 0 12 1 2 4 2 23 MISSOURI* 1-1 0-0 0-2 5 1 2 0 2 1 0 14 Ga. Tech* 2-3 0-0 0-0 8 2 4 2 1 0 0 19 TENNESSEE* 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 4 0 0 14 Vanderbilt* 3-4 0-0 0-0 5 4 6 1 1 0 1 19 KENTUCKY* 1-4 0-0 0-0 2 3 2 0 2 0 2 22 MISS. STATE* 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 10 Florida 2-2 0-0 2-3 2 1 6 0 1 0 0 9 Alabama 2-5 0-0 3-4 6 4 7 0 1 1 0 23 LSU 1-4 0-0 0-1 4 4 2 1 2 0 1 22 S. Carolina* 4-6 0-0 1-2 6 5 9 0 1 2 1 24 Tennessee* 3-5 0-0 0-0 2 1 6 1 2 0 0 22 FLORIDA* 4-8 0-0 1-2 7 1 9 2 1 1 0 33 AUBURN* 2-4 0-0 0-1 1 3 4 0 3 0 0 22 Ole Miss* 0-5 0-0 1-2 4 2 1 0 2 0 0 19 VANDERBILT* 2-5 0-0 0-0 4 2 4 1 0 0 0 21 Arkansas* 3-5 0-0 1-4 2 4 7 1 3 1 0 20 Kentucky* 2-4 0-0 0-2 4 3 4 0 1 2 0 25 S. CAROLINA* 2-2 0-0 0-0 3 3 4 0 3 0 0 19 Miss. St. (SEC)* 4-7 0-0 0-0 4 4 8 0 3 0 0 31

• Late bloomer who suddenly thrust himself to the forefront of Georgia’s inside attack as the season waned. • As much as any teammate, his post-season performance was a significant factor behind Georgia’s late surge to the SEC Championship. • Strung together perhaps all of his best collegiate games in mid-February. His performance at Vandy on Feb. 23 resulted in his first-ever starting assignment against Florida. Responded with career-best minutes played (28) and points (12) vs. the Gators. Later bettered his career highs in scoring (16) at Auburn on March 5 and in minutes (38) vs. Ole Miss in the SEC Tournament. • Through the season’s first 14 games, he averaged 1.2 points and 2.3 rebounds. In the last 20, his numbers rose to 7.4 points and 6.4 boards. • Began the season serving a 6-game suspension for violating the UGAA’s academic policy.

2006-07 Season • Already quite proficient at his areas of speciality: rebounding and blocking shots. • Led all Bulldog regulars in FG percentage at 63.9. • Missed the past six games after aggravating a previous shoulder injury in practice the day before the Kentucky game 2/28.

High School • Transferred for his senior season to Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Va., where he averaged six points and four rebounds as a reserve center at the famed prep basketball powerhouse. Oak Hill was 40-1 and finished the season ranked 2nd nationally. Three other teammates signed with “high-major” schools. • For three seasons he was one of the top big men in Kentucky, playing at Hopkins Central High School in Madisonville. • In 2005, he averaged 14 points, 11 rebounds and eight blocks per game for the Storm. • An honors graduate, he was also a member of the DECA and National Beta clubs. • Also played football at Hopkins Central.

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Full Name Albert Isaiah Jackson Nickname “AJAX”...”Action Jackson”...”A.J.,” “AJ47” Birthdate/Birthplace July 22, 1988 / Earlington, Ky. Academic Major Child & Family Development Favorite Food Macaroni and Cheese Least Favorite Food Beans Favorite TV Show Family Guy Channels I Most Often Watch Food Network, Discovery Number of Songs in my IPod 2,700 Most Listened-To Music Pastor Troy, Yo Gotti, Young Jeezy Most Famous Person I’ve Ever Met Donald Trump Hobbies Playing Dominoes & Chess Biggest Fear Drowning Favorite Academic Subjects All classes in my major Most Challenging Subject Math Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Becoming a member of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity; Getting baptized Best Advice Anyone Ever Gave Me “Play your heart out.” Favorite Non-Basketball Team Minnesota Vikings Best Friends on Another College Team Jeff Allen (Va. Tech); Scotty Hopson & Wayne Chism (Tenn.) Sport I’d Most Like to Try Tennis Most People Don’t Know That... ...I’m taking swimming lessons

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Career Statistics Year G-GS Min-Avg. 2007 25-0 248-9.9 2008 28-9 519-18.5 2009 31-28 609-19.6 TOTALS 84-37 1376-16.4 SEC Stats Year G-GS Min-Avg. 2007 12-0 85-7.1 2008 16-4 260-16.3 2009 16-13 324-20.3 TOTALS 44-17 669-15.2

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Reb.-Avg. 2+6=8-0.7 24+29=53-3.3 25+28=53-3.3 51+63=114-2.6

Points 16............................. Auburn (3/05/08) Rebounds 10.............Kennesaw State (12/31/08) Assists 2... 3 times (recent: Ole Miss, 3/13/08) Steals 2...............Kennesaw State (12/31/08) Blocks 5................ Loyola-Chicago (11/17/08) Minutes 38........................... Ole Miss (3/13/08)

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Jackson’s 2007-08 Game-by-Game Stats (*=Starter) Game JAX. STATE GRAMBLING ST. ELON Wisconsin DELAWARE ST. AUGUSTA ST. WAKE FOREST ETSU Tulane Hawai’i PRESBY. Gonzaga GA. TECH Miss. State ALABAMA ARKANSAS Tennessee S. Carolina KENTUCKY VANDERBILT Florida SOUTH CAROLINA TENNESSEE Kentucky Vanderbilt FLORIDA* LSU* Auburn* OLE MISS* Ole Miss (SEC)* Kentucky (SEC)* Miss. St. (SEC)* Arkansas (SEC)* Xavier (NCAA)*

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the go-ahead bucket in Georgia’s win. • Also played a big part in Georgia’s comeback win vs. Wofford, scoring 11 points in 21 minutes. • Season high of 15 points came in a reserve role against Mississippi State. Sank 5x7 from 3-point range against the Bulldogs and helped Georgia trim a 19-point deficit down to a single bucket. • Named to the 2009 Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll for Winter.

• Originally a walk-on to the Georgia program, he’s earned an athletic scholarship for the 2009-10 season. • Transferred to UGA after two years at Gardner-Webb in Boiling Springs, N.C. • Sat out the 2008 season in compliance with NCAA rules regarding transfer students.

2008-09 Season • Scarcely used through the season’s first half, he earned a much greater role after late January. • Played a vital role in several of Georgia’s SEC games, including home wins over Florida and Vanderbilt. • Sank a 3-pointer vs. Vandy with 2:22 left that proved to be

Previous College (Gardner-Webb)

2008-09 Game-by-Game Stats (*+Starter) Game FGs 3FGs FTs Rebs PF USC UPSTATE 2-3 2-3 4-4 0 1 Loyola-Chicago 0-1 0-1 0-1 2 0 E. Michigan 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 1 PRESBY. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 SANTA CLARA DNP MS. VALL. ST. 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 Western Ky. DNP Illinois 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 VA. TECH DNP WOFFORD 4-7 2-5 1-2 2 2 TAMUCC 1-5 1-4 0-0 2 0 N.C. A&T DNP KENN. STATE DNP MISSOURI 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 Ga. Tech DNP TENNESSEE 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 Vanderbilt 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 0 KENTUCKY DNP MISS. STATE 5-8 5-7 0-0 5 2 Florida 2-4 2-3 0-0 4 2 Alabama 1-3 1-3 0-0 1 1 LSU 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 0 S. Carolina 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 Tennessee 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 FLORIDA 2-6 2-6 0-0 1 2 AUBURN 1-7 1-5 3-4 4 1 Ole Miss* 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 VANDERBILT 5-8 3-5 1-3 5 0 Arkansas 2-4 2-4 0-0 1 1 Kentucky 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 2 S. CAROLINA 1-6 1-5 0-0 2 0 Miss. St. (SEC) 1-5 0-3 0-0 1 0

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• Averaged 8.6 points per game in 2006-07 for the Bulldogs, members of the Atlantic Sun Conference. • Scored over 20 points three times in his two years, including 21 in his college debut at North Carolina. • Opened the 2007 season with a careerhigh 22 points at Texas Tech. • Scored 12 points (4x10 on 3FGs) in a 96-67 loss at Georgia in the 2007 season. • Selected to the A-Sun All-Academic team each of his two years at GardnerWebb.

High School (Parkview) • First-team All-Region selection. • Named first-team All-County by the Gwinnett Tipoff Club. • Also an All-County selection by the Gwinnett Daily Post and the Atlanta JournalConstitution. • Senior season scoring high of 38 came against Central Gwinnett • Coached at Parkview by Tim Watkins.

G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 25-1 281-11.2 29-80 .363 24-66 .364 9-14 .643 13+25=38-1.5 15 15 1 13 16-0 91-3.6

SEC Stats Year G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. 2009 15-1 193-12.9 21-55 .382 19-47 .404 4-7 .571

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Personality Profile Full Name Donald Richard McPhee Nickname “McThree” Birthdate/Birthplace April 30 1987 / Lawrenceville, Ga. Academic Major Sociology Favorite Food Cocoa Pebbles Least Favorite Food Tomatoes Favorite Video Game Donkey Kong Favorite TV Show King of Queens Channels I Most Often Watch ESPN, Discovery, HBO Websites I Most Often Visit Facebook, RateMyProfessor How I Would Describe Myself Determined and Hard-Working Number of Songs in my IPod 2,023 Most Listened-To Music Mariah Carey Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh the Hardest Jeremy Price Pre-Game Ritual I shoot 25 free throws, 50 jump shots and 100 threes My Biggest Fear Missing a 3-foot putt When I Was Young, I Pretended to Be Like Pistol Pete Maravich Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Making the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll throughout college Favorite Academic Subject History Sport I’d Most Like to Try Do a Triathlon

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A TO BL ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 8 12 1 5 11-0 65-4.3

Points 15.............. Mississippi State (1/24/09) Rebounds 5..... MSU (1/24/09) & Vandy (2/25/09) Assists 2......3 times (recent: Arkansas 3/1/09) Steals 4.................... USC Upstate (11/14/08) Blocks 1.............................Alabama (1/30/09) 3FGs Made 5................ Mississippi State (1/24/09) 3 FGs Attempted 7................ Mississippi State (1/24/09) Minutes 26............................ Arkansas (3/1/09)

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Tyler Whatley Forward 6-7, 220 Senior Tr. Auburn, Georgia Apalachee HS Wofford College

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Transfer student who played three seasons (2006-08) at Wofford College...Sat out the ‘09 season at UGA in compliance with NCAA rules regarding transfers...Originally a walkon member of the program, he’ll complete his Bulldog career on athletic scholarship. 2007-08 Season • Played in 24 games, starting in 21, and averaged 5.3 points and 3.6 rebounds per contest. • Scored in double figures four times, with a season high of 11 points at Davidson. Rebounding high nine came vs. Lees-McRae. • Led the team in blocked shots with 21.

2006-07 Season • Started all 30 games for the Terriers. • Led the team with 170 rebounds (5.7 per game) and blocked shots with 32. • Seventh in the SoCon with 2.47 offensive rebounds per game. Fifth in the league with 1.07 blocked shots per game. • Matched his career high with 14 points in the regular season finale vs. Furman. • Posted his first career double-double with 13 points and a career-best 11 rebounds vs. UNC Greensboro. • Had career-highs with 14 points and nine rebounds at College of Charleston.

2005-06 Season • Posted a solid freshman season, appearing in 27 of 29 games and collecting 240 minutes, the second-most among Terrier newcomers. • His longest stint was 24 minutes against Toccoa Falls on Nov. 21. • Scoring high of 10 also against Toccoa Falls. • Scored eight points in a win over King College on Jan. 2 .

High School • Led Apalachee High School to the Class AA Final Four in 2003 and 2004. • Had his high school jersey retired in a ceremony at Apalachee High on Jan. 6, 2006. • The Wildcats moved to the Class AAA level his senior year. • A 3-A honorable-mention All-State selection as a senior, Whatley averaged 22.1 points, 11.0 rebounds, 3.5 blocks and 2.0 assists per game. • Shot 58 percent from the field, including a 44.0 mark from 3-point range, in leading Apalachee to the first round of the Class AAA state playoffs ... Was a McDonald’s All-America nominee.

Personality Profile Full Name Tyler Scott Whatley Nickname “T-Watt” Birthdate/Birthplace Aug. 15, 1986 / Atlanta, Ga. Academic Major Religion Favorite / Least Fave Foods Steak / Carrots Favorite Beverage Powerade...any flavor Favorite TV Show Dexter Channels I Most Often Watch MTV, Fuse, ESPN Websites I Most Often Visit Facebook & Twitter Favorite Video Game Fight Night Number of Songs on my IPod 8 Gigs’ worth Most-Listened to Music Set Your Goals, Four Year Strong, Freshman 15 How My Teammates Would Describe Me Goofy...hard-working Teammates Who Make Me Laugh the Hardest Jeremy Price & Ebuka Anyaorah Hidden Talents Music...playing bass & guitar Most Famous Person I’ve Ever Met Dwight Howard Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of The album I’m recording with my band. Most People Don’t Know... That I’m a Religion major Pre-Game Ritual Take a shower Favorite NBA Team Dallas Mavericks Favorite Non-Basketball Team Atlanta Braves Best Friends on Another College Team All the players on the Wofford College team.

Career Statistics (@Wofford) Year G-GS 2006 27-0 2007 30-30 2008 24-21 TOTAL 81-51

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Chris Barnes

Forward 6-8, 240 Junior 2 Letters College Park, Georgia Riverdale HS Georgia Basketball

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• Given his injury-plagued freshman year, Barnes progressed as much as any player in the Georgia program as a sophomore. • Was rock-solid in two of the Bulldogs’ toughest games of the season: 7 pts., 10 rebs. in 22 minutes @Western Ky...11 pts in 16 min. vs. Va. Tech. • His 10 boards at WKU are his career best. • Only other double-figure scoring game was a 10-point effort in regular-season finale vs. South Carolina. Also had eight boards against the Gamecocks.

• Averaged 20.1 points, 10 rebounds and 5.1 blocks as a senior at Riverdale. • Riverdale went 58-19 during his two seasons there. • Rated the 36th-best power forward in the country by Rivals.com heading into his senior season at Riverdale. • Missed part of his senior season after undergoing knee surgery in January of 2007. • Averaged 17.3 points and 10.0 rebounds per game as a junior. • Played AAU basketball for Team Georgia Elite. • Also participated in football, soccer and track in high school.

2007-08 Season • Promising freshman season was cut short by a knee injury in the Feb. 16 game vs. Tennessee. • Suffered a torn meniscus in his right knee in that game. Was healthy and available by the NCAA Tournament but was withheld from competition. • Had become an important reserve in Georgia’s frontcourt before his injury. Showed in his limited court time that he was perhaps the Bulldogs’ best offensive rebounder. • Recorded a double-double in his first collegiate game, with 14 points (all in the 2nd half) and 10 rebounds vs. Jax State. • Played all the significant minutes in Georgia’s win vs. Elon. • Season-high of nine rebounds came in just 16 minutes Jan. 26 at Tennessee. • Missed the South Carolina game on Feb. 13 because of an eye infection that temporarily blurred his vision.

Personality Profile Full Name Chris Alexander Barnes Nickname “C-B-4”...”Beast” Birthdate/Birthplace Nov. 20, 1988 / Miami, Fla. Academic Major Child & Family Development Favorite Food Steak and Shrimp Least Favorite Food Okra Favorite Beverage Arnold Palmer Favorite TV Shows Family Guy & The Game Channels I Most Often Watch ESPN Favorite Video Games All of the NCAA games Websites I Most Often Visit Facebook, MediaTakeOut.com No. of Songs in my iPod About 1,500 Most Frequently Played Artists Drake, Lil Wayne, Anything that’s hot How My Teammates Might Describe Me Goofy, cool, laid-back Teammates Who Make Me Laugh Hardest They all do at times. My Biggest Fear Not accomplishing my goals Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete(s) Ernie Davis & Jim Brown Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of SEC Tournament championship Sport I’d Most Like to Try College Football Best Friend on Another Team Terrell Barnes, my brother, at Tennessee Tech When I was young and playing ball, I pretended I was... Shaq I Got Started Playing Basketball... Just by watching my dad play.

Career Bests

Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 TOTALS

G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 21-0 195-9.3 22-44 .500 32-0 525-16.4 55-104 .529 53-0 720-13.6 77-148 .520

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Year G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 2008 9-0 88-9.8 10-18 .556 2009 16-0 255-15.9 28-53 .528 TOTALS 25-0 343-13.7 38-71 .535

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Pct. .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 11-24 31-71 42-95

Pct. .458 .437 .442

Reb.-Avg. 22+24=46-2.2 53+72=125-3.9 75+96=171-3.2

A 5 15 20

TO 17 38 55

BL 10 25 35

ST 6 18 24

PF-DQ 25-0 60-0 85-0

Pts-Avg. 55-2.6 141-4.4 196-3.7

3FG-3FGA 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct. .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 3-8 9-27 12-35

Pct. .375 .333 .343

Reb.-Avg. 12+16=28-3.1 31+30=61-3.8 143+46=89-3.6

A 2 7 9

TO 4 18 22

BL 5 12 17

ST 3 10 13

PF-DQ 14-0 30-0 44-0

Pts-Avg. 23-2.6 65-4.1 88-3.5

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FGs 6-8 2-6 4-6 0-1 0-2 0-0 0-2 0-1 0-0 0-0 DNP 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 2-5 2-3 2-3 1-1 0-1 0-0

Pct. .750 .333 .667 .000 .000 --.000 .000 -----

----.000 --.400 .667 .667 1.000 .000 --DNP (Inj.) 3-4 .750 DNP (Inj.) DNP (Inj.) DNP (Inj.) DNP (Inj.) DNP (Inj.) DNP (Inj.) DNP (Inj.) DNP (Inj.) DNP (Inj.) DNP (Inj.) DNP (Inj.)

3FGs 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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FTs 2-4 2-6 3-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct. .500 .333 1.000 ------.500 -------

O+D=T 1+2=3 3+0=3 3+1=4 1+2=3 1+0=1 0+0=0 0+0=0 0+0=0 0+0=0 0+2=2

PF 2 0 2 1 0 0 4 1 0 1

Pts. 14 6 11 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

AST 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

TO 1 1 1 0 4 1 2 0 0 1

BL 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

ST 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0

MIN 12 10 17 13 15 3 11 2 2 8

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 2-2 1-4 0-0

--.000 --------.000 1.000 .250 ---

0+0=0 1+1=2 2+0=2 0+0=0 3+0=3 4+5=9 1+1=2 0+4=4 0+2=2 0+4=4

0 0 1 0 4 4 0 0 2 2

0 0 0 0 4 4 4 4 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

7 7 4 3 7 16 10 11 11 14

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1

6

1

0

2

1

12

Pts. 4 2 5 7 2 8 7 4 11 6 6 3 0 0 3 2 4 5 0 2 0 4 6 6 4 1 0 9 6 6 10 8

AST 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

TO 2 0 1 4 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 0 5 1 3 3

BL 2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 3 1 0

ST 3 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0

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FGs 2-5 0-2 1-3 3-4 1-1 3-4 2-3 2-2 4-4 3-6 1-3 1-3 0-1 0-2 0-1 1-2 2-4 2-3 0-0 1-4 0-3 2-2 3-5 3-4 2-2 0-0 0-0 4-5 3-4 3-9 2-6 4-5

Pct. .400 .000 .333 .750 1.000 .750 .667 1.000 1.000 .500 .333 .333 .000 .000 .000 .500 .500 .667 --.250 .000 1.000 .600 .750 1.000 ----.800 .750 .333 .333 .800

3FGs 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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FTs 0-1 2-4 3-5 1-4 0-0 2-5 3-6 0-0 3-5 0-0 4-6 1-2 0-0 0-0 3-6 0-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-2 0-2 0-1 0-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 0-0 0-1 6-9 0-0

Pct. .000 .500 .600 .250 --.400 .500 --.600 --.667 .500 ----.500 .000 --.500 ------.000 .000 .000 .000 .500 .000 .500 --.000 .667 ---

Rebs 2+6=8 1+5=6 2+0=2 1+0=1 0+3=3 1+4=5 4+6=10 1+1=2 0+1=1 1+0=1 1+5=6 2+1=3 0+6=6 2+1=3 3+2=5 2+1=3 3+0=3 3+0=3 0+3=3 0+2=2 3+0=3 1+1=2 4+2=6 2+3=5 2+1=3 1+4=5 1+3=4 1+2=3 1+4=5 2+1=3 5+3=8 1+1=2

PF 1 3 0 3 1 1 2 1 3 4 3 2 1 2 1 4 4 1 2 1 0 1 2 1 3 2 1 1 2 3 2 2

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Jeremy Price

Forward 6-8, 264 Junior 2 Letters Decatur, Georgia Columbia HS

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Jeremy Price

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High School (Columbia)

• A 10-game starter for the Bulldogs as a sophomore. • Scored in double figures in three of Georgia’s mid-December games. • Highlight of the SEC season was a 10-point, 21-minute effort at home vs. Miss. State. • Hit for double figures in five games total, highlighted by a 15-point effort against N.C. A&T. • Chipped in six points and seven boards to help Georgia to its best non-conference win, 66-66 over Virginia Tech. • Wore protective goggles in some early games because he suffered a scratched cornea in the Presbyterian game on Nov. 21.

2007-08 Season • Named to coaches’ SEC All-Freshman team. • Big, athletic and highly-skilled frontcourt reserve. • Emerged from Georgia’s trip to Hawai’i as his team’s best inside scoring threat, with a season-high 22 points against Tulane. • Named SEC Freshman of the Week for scoring 25 points in two conference victories in mid-January. • Impressive in two other early conference games (both wins), when he scored 14 and 11 points, respectively, against Alabama and Arkansas. • One of those games was a 19-point, 12-rebound effort in a win over South Carolina. Was 7x10 from the field with a season-high three assists in the game. • Rock-solid in Georgia’s last two games -- the SEC Tournament final vs. Arkanas and the Xavier game in the NCAAs -- in relief of Albert Jackson.

Personality Profile

• Regarded among the best power forward prospects in the national Class of 2007. • Rivals.com service rated him 22nd of all prep players at that position. Scout. com, another web-based recruiting service, rated him 14th-best among power forwards. • Averaged 14.4 points and 10.5 rebounds last season at Columbia, one of the state’s top programs regardless of classification. • During Price’s four years, the Eagles won four sub-region titles, two region crowns and the 2006 state championship in 4A.

Full Name Jeremy D. Price Nickname “J Peezy” Birthdate/Birthplace March 23, 1988 in Atlanta, Ga. Academic Major Child & Family Development Favorite Food Chicken Alfredo Least Favorite Food Seafood Favorite Beverage Mango Lemonade Favorite TV Show Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Channels I Most Often Watch BET, ESPN, TNT Favorite Video Game Midnight Club L.A. Website I Most Often Visit LiveMixTapes.com Number of Songs in my IPod 1,481 Most Listened-To Music Young Dro Non-Athletic Talent I Possess Cooking How My Teammates Might Describe Me Funny, exciting, loud Teammates Who Make Me Laugh Hardest Trey Thompkins, Ebuka Anyaorah My Biggest Fear Failing Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Earning my high school diploma Favorite Academic Subject History Most Famous Person I’ve Ever Met Kobe Bryant Favorite NBA Team Phoenix Suns Favorite Non-Basketball Team Dallas Cowboys Not Many People Know that... I have a female middle name

Records History Media Info

Career Bests

Career Statistics Year 2008 2009 TOTALS

G-GS 34-15 29-10 63-25

SEC Stats

Year G-GS 2008 16-10 2009 13-3 TOTALS 29-13

Min-Avg. 735-21.6 498-17.2 1233-19.6

FG-FGA 113-213 61-140 174-353

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .531 0-0 .000 .436 2-5 .400 .493 2-5 .400

FT-FTA 50-69 24-46 74-115

Pct. Reb.-Avg. .725 59+89=148-4.4 .522 30+55=85-2.9 .643 89+144=233-3.7

A 25 25 50

TO BL 71 7 53 11 124 18

ST PF-DQ 18 94-4 16 46-0 34 140-4

Pts-Avg. 276-8.1 148-5.1 424-6.7

Min-Avg. 337-21.1 178-13.7 515-17.8

FG-FGA 48-103 17-43 65-146

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .466 0-0 .000 .395 1-1 1.000 .445 1-1 1.000

FT-FTA 25-37 6-13 31-50

Pct. .676 .462 .620

A 13 11 24

TO BL 35 5 21 4 56 9

ST PF-DQ 10 44-2 9 17-0 19 61-2

Pts-Avg. 121-7.6 41-3.2 162-5.6

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Reb.-Avg. 28+36=64-4.0 10+12=22-1.7 38+48=86-3.0

Points 22............................ Tulane (12/21/07) Rebounds 12................. South Carolina (2/13/08) Assists 3.. 4 times [recent: Alabama (1/31/09)] Steals 4............................ Arkansas (3/16/08) Blocks 3.......... North Carolina A&T (12/28/08) Minutes 37............................ Tulane (12/21/07)

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Player Bios Price’s 2007-08 Game-by-Game Stats (* =Starter)

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Game JAX. STATE GRAM. ST. ELON Wisconsin DELAWARE ST. AUGUSTA ST. WAKE FOREST East Tenn. State Tulane* Hawai’i* PRESBY.* Gonzaga* GA. TECH* Miss. State ALABAMA* ARKANSAS* Tennessee* S. Carolina* KENTUCKY VANDERBILT* Florida* S. CAROLINA* TENNESSEE* Kentucky* Vanderbilt* FLORIDA* LSU Auburn OLE MISS Ole Miss (SEC) Kentucky (SEC) Miss. St. (SEC) Arkansas (SEC) Xavier (NCAA)

FGs 7-9 3-6 2-3 3-7 2-6 3-3 4-5 3-7 9-13 5-6 5-6 1-1 2-5 2-9 4-6 5-11 1-4 1-2 0-0 7-9 2-8 7-10 5-8 2-8 2-7 4-5 5-10 0-1 1-5 3-8 2-6 3-8 3-4 5-7

Pct. .778 .500 .667 .429 .333 1.000 .800 .429 .692 .833 .833 1.0000 .400 .222 .667 .455 .250 .500 --.778 .250 .700 .625 .250 .286 .800 .500 .000 .200 .375 .333 .375 .750 .714

3FGs 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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FTs 4-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2 4-6 4-6 2-2 0-0 3-3 2-2 4-6 3-3 4-4 0-2 0-0 0-0 2-3 2-2 5-6 0-0 0-0 2-4 2-4 0-0 0-0 1-3 0-0 1-2 0-0 2-2 0-0

Pct. .800 ------.500 --1.000 .667 .667 1.000 --1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 .000 ----.667 1.000 .833 ----.500 .500 ----.333 --.500 --1.000 ---

Rebs 0+5=5 0+4=4 1+1=2 3+1=4 1+5=6 1+4=5 2+3=5 5+3=8 4+2=6 2+1=3 4+3=7 1+2=3 1+3=4 1+2=3 1+4=5 2=3=5 3+2=5 1+2=3 0+1=1 2+1=3 4+3=7 6+6=12 2+3=5 3+1=4 0+1=1 2+1=3 0+4=4 0+0=0 1+2=3 2+2=4 1+1=2 1+6=7 1+3=4 1+4=5

PF 4 3 1 4 2 3 1 1 2 5 3 4 5 1 3 3 3 2 0 2 5 4 4 2 2 4 4 0 5 1 3 3 4 1

Pts. 18 6 4 6 5 6 10 10 22 12 10 5 6 8 11 14 2 2 0 16 6 19 10 4 6 10 10 0 3 6 5 6 8 10

AST 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 3 2 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0

TO 3 1 4 0 4 6 1 3 1 1 3 3 3 3 1 2 5 2 0 2 4 3 1 3 0 1 3 3 2 0 0 0 3 0

BL 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

ST 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4 0

MIN 20 18 12 19 18 27 20 29 37 21 30 22 17 19 24 31 18 11 3 32 20 30 24 21 12 22 31 15 24 23 16 27 19 23

MIN 23 25 26 19 21 20 25 16 19 26 19 22 16 19 15 21 19 14 21 26 18 17

Price’s 2008-09 Game-by-Game Stats (*=Starter) Game USC UPSTATE* Loyola-Chicago* E. Michigan* PRESBY.* SANTA CLARA* MS. VALL. ST.* Western Ky.* Illinois VA. TECH WOFFORD TAMUCC N.C. A&T KENN. STATE MISSOURI Ga. Tech TENNESSEE Vanderbilt KENTUCKY MISS. STATE Florida* Alabama* LSU* S. Carolina Tennessee FLORIDA AUBURN Ole Miss VANDERBILT Arkansas Kentucky S. CAROLINA Miss. St. (SEC)

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FGs 3-6 1-9 4-11 4-10 2-7 3-5 1-3 1-4 3-5 5-8 2-5 5-6 5-7 3-6 1-3 2-3 2-3 1-8 4-7 3-3 2-4 2-4 0-1 0-0 0-4 0-1 1-4 0-1 1-2

Pct. .500 .111 .364 .400 .286 .600 .333 .250 .600 .625 .400 .833 .714 .500 .333 .667 .667 .125 .571 1.000 .500 .500 DNP .000 DNP --.000 .000 .250 DNP .000 .500

3FGs 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0

Pct. .000 ------------.000 --.000 --1.000 ------------1.000 -------

FTs 1-4 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 4-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-2 0-2 4-5 3-6 0-0 3-7 3-4 0-0 1-2 1-2 0-1 0-0 0-0

Pct. .250 --1.000 ----.667 --.000 --1.000 .000 .800 .500 --.429 .750 --.500 .500 .000 -----

Rebs 2+3=5 1+1=2 4+2=6 3+3=6 1+1=2 1+8=9 0+5=5 0+0=0 3+4=7 0+5=5 2+2=4 0+3=3 0+4=4 1+1=2 1+1=2 0+1=1 1+2=3 1+2=3 3+1=4 0+2=2 0+1=1 1+2=3

PF 2 3 3 4 2 3 4 0 0 2 2 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 0 4 2

Pts. 7 2 9 8 4 10 2 2 6 12 4 15 13 6 5 7 4 3 10 6 4 4

AST 0 0 3 0 1 1 2 0 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 3 1 0 2 1 3 0

TO 3 2 3 0 2 4 0 2 3 2 5 1 2 3 0 0 4 4 5 0 3 1

BL 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 2 0

ST 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 2 1

0-0

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0-2

.000

1+0=1

0

0

0

2

0

1

8

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

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1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0

.500 -------

0+0=0 1+0=1 0+1=1 0+0=0

0 1 3 0

1 0 0 2

0 0 0 0

0 2 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0

3 10 8 5

0-0 0-0

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0-0 0-0

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2+0=2 1+0=1

2 1

0 2

1 1

0 0

0 0

0 0

8 8

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Matt Bucklin

Guard 6-0, 170 Soph. Marietta, Georgia Pope HS

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History Media Info

Non-scholarship member of the Georgia program...Attending UGA on the state lottery-funded HOPE scholarship...An excellent student and valuable backup point guard for the Bulldogs...Older brother Mike served the UGA program in a similar capacity in the 2003-04 seasons.

2008-09 Season • Made the team through open tryouts during October of 2008. • Appeared in four games during the season: Miss. Valley State, Kennesaw State, Ole Miss and Mississippi State (SEC Tournament). • Credited with an assist in the season finale in Tampa. • Named to the Southeastern Conference Freshman Academic Honor Roll. • Also named to the UGA Director’s Honor Roll both semesters last year.

High School • Averaged 13 points and seven assists per game as a senior at Pope in 2007-08. • Shot 45 percent from the field and 80 percent from the line that season, with singlegame highs of 30 points and 12 assists. • Also played soccer for the Greyhounds.

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Personality Profile Full Name Matthew Thomas Bucklin Nickname “Buck” Birthdate/Birthplace June 13, 1990 / Marietta, Ga. Academic Major Pre-Business Favorite Food Chips & Queso Least Favorite Food Grits Favorite Beverage Minute Maid Apple Juice Favorite TV Show Entourage TV Channels I Most Often Watch HBO Favorite Video Game Pokemon Snap, Mario Kart Websites I Most Often Visit www.passersremorse.com www.clubtrillion.com Number of Songs on my IPod 2,012 Most Listened-To Music Jessica Simpson, Eminem How My Teammates Might Describe Me Red Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Hardest Travis Leslie Pre-Game Ritual Playing Ricky McPhee in pool My Biggest Fear Making Albert Jackson mad Most Famous Person I’ve Ever Met Magic Johnson Favorite Non-Basketball Pro Team Manchester United Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Receiving my letter of acceptance to UGA Most People Don’t Know this About Me I love chick flicks I Chose to Wear #12 Because John Stockton wore #12

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Travis Leslie

Guard 6-4, 202 Sophomore 1 Letter Decatur, Georgia Columbia HS 50

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five games in order to concentrate on his academic work. • Had created a valuable niche for himself during early-season play. Playing time, however, diminished in the SEC season’s latter half.

• Occasionally showed flashes of his brilliant athleticism on the court. • Scored his career high of 23 points in season’s second game, a neutral-court loss to Loyola-Chicago. • Hit for double figures four other times, including a 19-point effort against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. • Likely the team’s best-rebounding backcourt player. Thirtynine percent of his boards were offensive, the highest percentage of any Georgia guard. • Started four holiday games in place of injured senior Terrance Woodbury. • Missed the last

High School

Leslie’s 2008-09 Game-by-Game Stats (*=Starter) Game USC UPSTATE Loyola-Chicago E. Michigan PRESBY. SANTA CLARA MS. VALL. ST. Western Ky. Illinois VA. TECH WOFFORD* TAMUCC* N.C. A&T* KENN. STATE* MISSOURI Ga. Tech TENNESSEE Vanderbilt KENTUCKY MISS. STATE Florida Alabama LSU S. Carolina Tennessee FLORIDA AUBURN Ole Miss VANDERBILT Arkansas Kentucky S. CAROLINA Miss. St. (SEC)

FGs 4-5 10-14 3-14 2-2 1-3 2-5 3-6 2-5 4-9 2-5 9-16 4-12 2-5 5-8 2-9 0-3 2-4 1-3 0-2 2-4 1-1 1-4 4-9 1-1 3-4 1-6

3FGs 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 DNP 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

FTs Rebs PF Pts. AST 3-4 2 0 11 1 3-6 7 3 23 1 0-2 7 1 6 0 0-0 6 1 4 1 0-0 3 0 2 0 2-2 3 3 6 1 0-0 4 0 6 1 1-1 4 2 5 1 0-2 8 3 8 0 0-0 4 0 4 1 1-2 8 3 19 0 2-2 5 0 10 1 0-0 2 3 4 3 0-3 7 3 10 0 2-2 1 2 6 0 6-8 3 2 6 1 0-0 4 0 0 4 0-0 4 0 2 0 1-2 2 2 1 0 0-0 3 0 4 1 0-0 0 1 2 1 0-0 1 0 2 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-4

7 1 3 3

0 0 1 1

8 2 6 4

1 1 0 0

TO BL ST MIN 1 0 1 15 0 1 3 26 3 1 2 24 2 2 0 16 0 1 0 12 2 0 0 13 1 1 2 14 1 1 1 13 0 0 0 14 1 1 1 14 4 0 5 30 1 2 2 21 0 1 0 14 2 0 0 18 3 0 0 13 1 0 2 12 2 1 1 18 1 0 0 12 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 10 1 0 1 4 1 0 0 7 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

16 5 7 15

• Named the Class AAAA Player of the Year by the Atlanta JournalConstitution in 2008. • Averaged 21.3 points and 9.0 rebounds and four assists per game last season for Columbia, which won the 2008 Georgia state 4A title, its second in three years. • Also was named the AJC’s Slam Dunk champion for the 2007-08 season. • Rated the 18thbest small forward prospect in the nation, according to online recruiting service Rivals.com • Ranked as the overall prospect by the service. • Averaged 15.3 points 8.0 rebounds as a junior, points as a sophomore the ‘06 state titlist team Columbia.

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G-GS Min-Avg. 26-4 371-14.3

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G-GS Min-Avg. 11-0 114-10.4

Full Name Travis Demetrius Leslie Nickname “Trabo,” “T-Bird,” “T-Leslie” Birthdate/Birthplace March 29, 1990 / Atlanta, Ga. Academic Major Undecided Favorite Food Fried Chicken Least Favorite Food Onions, Tomatoes Favorite Beverage Hi-C Fruit Punch TV Channels I Most Often Watch BET, ESPN, HBO Favorite Video Game NBA 2K Websites I Most Often Visit Facebook, Twitter, LiveMixTapes.com Number of Songs on my IPod 1,500 Most Listened-To Music Yung LA, Travis Porter, Young Dro, Taylor Swift How My Teammates Might Describe Me Funny, cool Teammates Who Make Me Laugh Hardest Vincent Williams, Jeremy Price My Biggest Fear Drowning Most Famous People I’ve Ever Met Kobe Bryant, Chris Tucker How I Got Started Playing Basketball Playing for the Boys & Girls Club team Most People Don’t Know this About Me I sing in the shower. I Chose to Wear #1 Because I changed numbers (from 22) because I wasn’t satisfied with my performance last year, so I think of it as a new beginning for me.

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FG-FGA 71-159

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .447 0-3 .000

FT-FTA 23-40

Pct. .575

Reb.-Avg. 40+62=102-3.9

A 16

TO 27

BL 13

ST 21

PF-DQ 31-0

Pts-Avg. 165-6.3

FG-FGA 16-41

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .390 0-0 .000

FT-FTA 9-14

Pct. .643

Reb.-Avg. 6+25=31-2.8

A 5

TO 6

BL 2

ST 4

PF-DQ 7-0

Pts-Avg. 41-3.7

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Points 23.............. Loyola-Chicago (11/17/08) Rebounds 8.......................Virginia Tech (12/9/08) Assists 3...............Kennesaw State (12/31/08) Steals 5.........................TAMU-CC (12/22/08) Blocks 2............................. Presby. (11/21/08) ............ North Carolina A&T (12/28/08) Minutes 30.......................TAMU-CC (12/22/08)

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Trey Thompkins Forward 6-10, 247 Sophomore 1 Letter Lithonia, Georgia Wesleyan School

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Trey Thompkins 3rd in scoring and 2nd in rebounding among all of the league’s freshman players. • Scored 20 or more points on five occasions and had a team-high four double-doubles. • Missed first four games -- and nearly all of pre-season practice -- because of a high ankle sprain. It was the third in a series of injuries that slowed his early progress to a crawl. • Despite the limited preparation time, he asserted himself as the Bulldogs’ most potent offensive weapon.

• Spent part of the summer of ‘09 playing on the U.S. team at the U19 World Championships in Auckland, New Zealand. The Americans went undefeated at the 2-week tournament, with Thompkins as their 2nd-leading scorer at 10.6 points per game. • Was the first UGA player to represent USA Basketball since Jumaine Jones played in the Goodwill Games of 1998.

2008-09 Season • Named to the Southeastern Conference All-Freshman team, as voted by the league’s 12 coaches. • Led Georgia in rebounding with the highest total for a UGA freshman (7.4/game) in 11 years. • Ranked second among Georgia players in scoring at 12.6 points per contest. Led the Bulldogs in blocked shots with 31. • Ranked 8th among all SEC players in rebounding. Was

High School

Thompkins’ 2008-09 Game-by-Game Stats (*=Starter) Game FGs 3FGs FTs Rebs PF USC UPSTATE DNP (Inj.) Loyola-Chicago DNP (Inj.) Eastern Michigan DNP (Inj.) PRESBY. DNP (Inj.) SANTA CLARA 2-7 1-3 5-6 2 0 MS. VALL. ST. 8-9 1-1 6-7 7 2 Western Ky. 4-11 0-0 2-2 6 3 Illinois* 2-10 0-1 0-0 7 1 VA. TECH* 2-7 2-2 3-6 7 1 WOFFORD* 6-11 2-4 1-2 6 4 TAMUCC* 4-8 1-2 4-4 3 1 N.C. A&T* 8-10 5-6 1-2 12 1 KENN. STATE* 6-11 1-4 1-2 6 2 MISSOURI* 7-13 2-4 2-4 8 2 Ga. Tech* 6-15 1-4 7-9 9 2 TENNESSEE* 7-12 0-2 0-0 9 2 Vanderbilt* 3-15 0-4 0-0 4 3 KENTUCKY* 3-9 1-2 0-3 3 0 MISS. STATE 1-8 1-6 4-4 6 0 Florida* 3-10 2-5 2-4 5 2 Alabama* 8-17 3-7 3-4 14 1 LSU* 5-11 0-2 0-0 7 0 S. Carolina* 6-15 0-1 2-2 11 2 Tennessee* 4-6 2-3 0-0 7 2 FLORIDA* 4-9 1-2 2-2 9 1 AUBURN* 3-13 1-5 2-2 5 2 Ole Miss 2-9 0-1 2-2 10 0 VANDERBILT* 4-13 0-2 1-2 8 4 Arkansas* 9-13 2-4 0-0 8 4 Kentucky* 8-13 2-4 1-2 11 4 S. CAROLINA* 4-12 0-2 2-2 9 0 Miss. St. (SEC)* 5-12 2-3 0-0 7 2

Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN

10 23 10 4 9 15 13 22 14 18 20 14 6 7 7 10 22 10 14 10 11 9 6 9 20 19 10 12

0 1 0 1 0 2 1 2 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0

1 1 0 5 2 4 4 3 1 4 2 4 3 3 2 3 3 2 3 1 0 1 3 2 4 2 4 1

5 0 0 0 1 2 3 2 1 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 4 2 0 1

1 1 0 2 0 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 2 1 3

18 21 17 25 25 24 29 25 27 33 27 30 29 22 22 24 36 23 33 29 31 23 19 29 27 32 27 22

• A fourth-team Parade magazine AllAmerican in 2008, when he led the Wesleyan School in Norcross, Ga., to the Georgia state class AA title. Averaged 27.5 points and 14.7 rebounds for the Wolves. • Also played at Wesleyan in the 2005-06 seasons and finished his 3-year career with 1,864 points and 795 rebounds. • Played his junior year at national powerhouse Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Va., where he averaged a team-best 15.8 points and 8.9 rebounds. • In his one season there, the Warriors went 40-1 and won the national prep-school championship. • Rated the 30th-best overall prospect in the nation by Rivals.com, the 11th-best power forward prospect. Rated the 9th-best power forward prospect by Scout.com. Father Howard Thompkins Jr. played collegiately at Wagner College and was drafted in 1981 by the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks.

Career Statistics Year 2009

G-GS 28-23

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G-GS 16-14

Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 729-26.0 134-309 .434

3FG-3FGA 33-86

Pct. .384

FT-FTA 53-73

Pct. .726

Reb.-Avg. 58+148=206-7.4

A 22

TO 68

BL 31

ST 27

PF-DQ 48-0

Pts-Avg. 354-12.6

Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 436-27.3 74-185 .400

3FG-3FGA 15-52

Pct. .288

FT-FTA 21-29

Pct. .724

Reb.-Avg. 34+92=126-7.9

A 11

TO 40

BL 11

ST 15

PF-DQ 27-0

Pts-Avg. 184-11.5

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Personality Profile Full Name Howard Samuel Thompkins III Nickname “Smooth,” “USA,” “HTeezy” Birthdate/Birthplace May 29, 1990 / Long Island, N.Y. Academic Major Pre-Journalism Favorite Food My mom’s macaroni & cheese Least Favorite Food Tomatoes, Guacamole Favorite Beverage Sweet Tea Favorite TV Show Smart Guy, Wayans, Cribs Favorite Video Games NCAA 2K9, Street Fighter, Fight Night Round 4 Websites I Most Often Visit Facebook, YouTube, ESPN, NBA, worldstarhiphop.com Number of Songs on my IPod 2,290 Most-Listened to Music Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Drake, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Kerry Underwood Teammates Who Make Me Laugh Hardest Vincent Williams, Ebuka Anyaorah My Biggest Fear Heights Most Famous Person I’ve Ever Met Michael Jordan Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of My GPA last year Best Friends on Other College Teams Al-Farouq Aminu (Wake Forest), Tyshawn Taylor (Kansas), Seth Curry (Duke), Ashton Gibbs (Pittsburgh) Favorite NBA Team Boston Celtics Favorite Non-Basketball Team New York Yankees Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete Tiger Woods

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Points 23........... Miss. Valley State (11/25/08) Rebounds 14...........................Alabama (1/31/09) Assists 4................................Missouri (1/3/09) Steals 4.......................... N.C. A&T (12/28/08) Blocks 5...................... Santa Clara (11/24/08) Minutes 36...........................Alabama (1/31/09)

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Dustin Ware

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in the season’s latter half. • SEC season scoring high came in the regular season’s final week, when his 18 points helped to propel the Bulldogs to a rare victory at Kentucky.

• A 17-game starter at point guard for the Bulldogs, including the last 13 games of the season. • As productive as any player on the team during the season’s homestretch. • Ranked third on the team in scoring with 7.4 points per game. • Ranked 3rd among all SEC freshmen in assists at 3.4/game. Also ranked 6th among all rookies in 3-point shooting percentage. • Became the first UGA freshman to hand out 100 assists since Rashad Wright in 2001. • Showed improvement with virtually every game, particularly

High School • Led North Cobb Christian School to an amazing record in his four years. Three of the four Eagle teams he played on captured the Georgia Independent Schools Assn. (GISA) state AAA title (2005-07-08). The 2008 team, which finished 35-0, won the National Assn. of Christian Athletes national Division I championship, a tournamnent for which he was named Most Valuable Player. • Scored 669 points points as a senior (19.7 average), shooting 49 percent from the field and 89 percent from the line. Also averaged 8.2 assists, 4.2 steals and 2.8 rebounds in his senior year. • Rated the no. 32 point guard prospect in the country by Rivals.com. • Also named to the North squad for the annual GACA All-Star game. • Four-time AAA GISA AllState selection. • Averaged 25.2 points and 8.1 assists as a junior, 22 points and 7.0 assists as a 10th-grader.

Ware’s 2008-09 Game-by-Game Stats (*=Starter) Game USC UPSTATE Loyola-Chicago E. Michigan PRESBY.* SANTA CLARA MS. VALL. ST. Western Ky. Illinois* VA. TECH WOFFORD TAMUCC N.C. A&T KENN. STATE* MISSOURI Ga. Tech TENNESSEE Vanderbilt KENTUCKY MISS. STATE* Florida* Alabama* LSU* S. Carolina* Tennessee* FLORIDA* AUBURN* Ole Miss* VANDERBILT* Arkansas* Kentucky* S. CAROLINA* Miss. St. (SEC)*

FGs 3FGs FTs Rebs PF 2-7 1-3 0-0 1 1 0-7 0-5 2-2 1 3 4-8 3-5 0-1 2 2 2-7 0-0 1-3 0 0 1-3 0-1 1-2 0 3 2-3 0-0 0-0 5 3 1-7 1-5 0-0 1 2 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 0 1-6 0-3 2-2 1 1 1-4 1-2 0-0 2 1 7-11 3-3 5-7 2 1 4-8 3-7 0-0 3 3 3-7 1-4 3-5 4 1 0-2 0-0 2-2 2 2 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 4-9 3-7 0-0 2 1 1-4 1-2 0-0 2 1 2-8 2-5 1-2 2 3 5-11 2-5 2-2 5 2 2-6 1-5 1-2 3 0 4-7 2-4 1-2 0 3 3-10 0-3 1-3 2 4 0-4 0-1 0-0 1 3 1-9 1-7 2-3 0 2 4-8 3-5 0-0 1 1 4-9 4-7 2-4 3 3 3-7 1-3 2-2 0 3 3-8 1-3 3-4 1 2 4-6 2-3 0-0 3 0 4-8 2-4 8-9 3 3 2-4 1-3 0-0 1 4 1-7 1-4 0-0 0 1

Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN 5 2 1 0 4 19 2 3 4 0 1 23 11 3 2 0 1 29 5 3 1 0 0 30 3 0 1 0 1 16 4 6 2 0 0 16 3 4 0 0 0 22 0 0 4 0 0 15 4 3 0 0 0 13 3 2 1 0 0 14 22 2 4 0 1 29 11 7 5 0 1 28 10 6 5 0 1 38 2 1 0 0 1 15 2 2 2 0 1 11 11 1 1 0 0 16 3 1 2 0 0 21 7 4 1 0 3 21 14 2 3 0 2 37 6 5 2 0 3 37 11 4 1 0 0 29 7 2 4 0 1 31 0 5 10 0 0 31 5 3 2 0 0 26 11 5 1 0 0 32 14 7 1 0 1 26 9 2 2 0 1 28 10 5 1 0 1 38 10 6 3 0 0 34 18 5 6 0 0 30 5 0 1 0 0 18 3 7 2 0 1 30

G-GS 32-17

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G-GS 16-13

Min-Avg. 803-25.1

FG-FGA Pct. 76-209 .364

3FG-3FGA Pct. 40-110 .364

FT-FTA 39-57

Pct. .684

Reb.-Avg. 10+44=54-1.7

A 108

TO 75

BL 0

ST 25

PF-DQ 61-0

Pts-Avg. 231-7.2

Min-Avg. 455-28.4

FG-FGA Pct. 46-118 .390

3FG-3FGA Pct. 26-67 .388

FT-FTA 23-33

Pct. .697

Reb.-Avg. 6+23=29-1.8

A 57

TO 41

BL 0

ST 12

PF-DQ 35-0

Pts-Avg. 141-8.8

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Full Name Dustin Benison Ware Birthdate/Birthplace April 12, 1990 / Atlanta, Ga. Academic Major Pre-Business Favorite Food Spaghetti Least Favorite Food Squash Favorite Beverage Powerade Favorite TV Show Family Guy Channels I Most Often Watch ESPN, BET Favorite Video Game Sonic the Hedgehog Websites I Most Often Visit UGAMail, WebCT Number of Songs on my IPod 1,000 Most-Listened to Music T.I., Kanye West, Young Jeezy, Nas, Jay-Z Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Hardest Connor Nolte My Biggest Fear Snakes Favorite Academic Subject Swahili Most Challenging Subject Math Best Friend on Other College Team Matt Shaw (Lipscomb) Favorite NBA Team New Orleans Hornets because of Chris Paul Favorite Non-Basketball Team Atlanta Falcons Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete Ray Lewis When I Was Young & Playing Ball I Pretended I Was... Michael Jordan Sport I’d Most Like to Try Football

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Points 22.....................TAMU - CC (12/22/08) Rebounds 5............. Miss. Valley State (11/25/08) ........................... Miss. State (1/24/09) Assists 7......................... Miss. State (3/12/09) Steals 4.................... USC Upstate (11/14/08) Minutes 38.............Kennesaw State (12/31/08) ............................. Vanderbilt (2/25/09)

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Forward 6-9, 210 Sophomore 1 Letter Novi Sad, Serbia Patterson School (N.C.) Georgia Basketball

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• Starred for Cleveland High School in Cleveland, Tenn., as a junior, averaging 21.3 points and 11.0 rebounds per game for the Raiders. • For the 2008 year, he transferred first to the Sagemont Upper School in Weston, Fla. before matriculating to the Patterson School, a national prep-school basketball powerhouse in Lenoir, N.C. • The Patterson School was ranked No. 1 nationally for much of last season and finished with a 35-0 regularseason record. Zlovaric averaged 14 points and eight rebounds per game last year • Rated as the nation’s 38thbest power forward prospect by Rivals.com. Rated 35th nationally at the same position by Scout.com. • Logged experienced in international competition as a member of Serbia’s U19 squad.

• Playing time was difficult to come by in his first season of collegiate experience. • Was the highlight of Georgia’s blowout victory over Mississippi Valley State, against which he scored 16 of his 21 points for the season. Those points were accrued on 7x8 shooting from the field, including 2x3 from 3-point range. • Only other appreciable playing time came in the season opener, when he scored three points in 15 minutes against USC Upstate.

High School • First came to America as an exchange student in the fall of 2006. Zlovaric’s 2008-09 Game-by-Game Stats Game FGs USC UPSTATE 1-4 Loyola-Chicago 0-0 E. Michigan 0-0 PRESBY. 0-0 SANTA CLARA 0-0 MS. VALL. ST. 7-8 Western Ky. Illinois 0-2 VA. TECH 0-0 WOFFORD 0-1 TAMUCC 0-1 N.C. A&T 0-1 KENN. STATE MISSOURI Ga. Tech TENNESSEE Vanderbilt KENTUCKY 1-1 MISS. STATE Florida 0-0 Alabama LSU 0-2 S. Carolina Tennessee 0-1 FLORIDA AUBURN 0-0 Ole Miss VANDERBILT Arkansas Kentucky S. CAROLINA Miss. St. (SEC)

3FGs 0-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 2-3 DNP 0-1 0-0 0-1 0-1 0-1 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 0-0 DNP 0-0 DNP 0-2 DNP 0-0 DNP DNP 0-0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP

FTs Rebs PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN 1-2 3 0 3 0 1 0 1 15 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 5 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 7 0-0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-2 6 1 16 0 1 2 0 20 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

1 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 2

1 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0

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2

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0

0

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G-GS 17-0

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G-GS 5-0

Full Name Drazen Zlovaric Nickname “Draz” Birthdate/Birthplace Mar. 23, 1990 / Osijek, Croatia Academic Major International Affairs Favorite Food Sarma (stuffed cabbage), Punjene Paprike (stuffed peppers) Least Favorite Food Eggplant Favorite TV Show South Park, Family Guy Channels I Most Often Watch Comedy Central, ESPN Websites I Most Often Visit WebCT, Facebook Number of Songs on my IPod 100 Most-Listened to Music Beogradski sindikat (Serbian hip-hop group, Kelly Clarkson Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Hardest Ebuka Anyaorah Non-Athletic Talent I Possess Singing, Playing Guitar (still learning) How I Would Describe Myself Sarcastic, Funny Most Famous Person I’ve Ever Met Dan Marino Best Advice Anybody Ever Gave Me Treat people the same as you would like to be treated. Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Winning a Chemistry competition in my region of Serbia Favorite Academic Subjects Linguistics, Chemistry Most Challenging Subject Russian Favorite NBA Team Chicago Bulls Favorite NBA Player Hedo Turkoglu

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Min-Avg. 85-5.0

FG-FGA 9-24

Pct. 3FG-3FGA .375 2-11

Pct. .182

FT-FTA 1-5

Pct. .200

Reb.-Avg. 5+10=15-0.9

A 3

TO 7

BL 3

ST 1

PF-DQ 9-0

Pts-Avg. 21-1.2

Min-Avg. 11-2.2

FG-FGA 1-4

Pct. 3FG-3FGA .250 0-2

Pct. .000

FT-FTA 0-1

Pct. .000

Reb.-Avg. 0+1=1-0.2

A 0

TO 1

BL 0

ST 0

PF-DQ 1-0

Pts-Avg. 2-0.4

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Points 16........... Miss. Valley State (11/25/08) Rebounds 6............. Miss. Valley State (11/25/08) Assists 2.......................... N.C. A&T (12/28/08) Steals 1.................... USC-Upstate (11/14/08) Blocks 2............. Miss. Valley State (11/25/08) Minutes 20........... Miss. Valley State (11/25/08)

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Ebuka Anyaorah

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Guard 6-4, 194 Redshirt Fr. Suwanee, Georgia North Gwinnett HS

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• Stress fracture in right tibia, and the subsequent surgery to repair it, forced Anyaorah to miss entire season and take a redshirt. Injury occurred just before the start of preseason practice. • Practiced with the Bulldogs during the latter stages of the ‘09 season.

High School • Averaged 26.3 points -- second-best in Gwinnett County behind fellow UGA freshman Howard Thompkins of the Wesleyan School -- and 8.3 rebounds last season for North Gwinnett, which went 14-12 overall. • Had a career scoring high of 43 points. • Named to the 5A All-State team last season by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Assn. • Also named to the North squad for the annual GACA All-Star game. • Also participated in football at North Gwinnett. • Played small forward as a 10th grader, averaging 12 points per game, before moving to shooting guard for his last two seasons. Averaged 16 points and 5.0 rebounds in 2007.

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Full Name Ebuka C. Anyaorah Nickname “Buk da Truth” Birthdate/Birthplace Feb. 15, 1990 / Innsbruck, Austria Academic Major Consumer Economics Favorite / Least Favorite Food Pasta / Squash Favorite Beverage Hawaiian Punch Favorite TV Show Everybody Hates Chris Channels I Most Often Watch ESPN, BET and all movie channels Favorite Video Game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Websites I Visit Most Often Facebook Number of Songs on my IPod More than 2,000 Most-Listened to Music Gucci Mane, Young Dro, Lil’ Boosie Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh the Hardest Jeremy Price Biggest Fear Losing my scholarship Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Getting a scholarship Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Making it through my freshman year at UGA Most Famous Person I’ve Ever Met Joe Horn Favorite NBA Team Miami Heat Favorite Non-Basketball Team Cincinnati Bengals Best Friends on Other College Basketball Teams Zach Graham (Ole Miss); Chris Singleton & Pierre Jordan (Florida State) I Chose to Attend Georgia Because I liked the coaching staff and it was close to home.

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Personality Profile Full Name Demario Aquan Mayfield Nickname “Day-Day” Birthdate/Birthplace May 23, 1991 / Chattanooga Academic Major Pre-Business Favorite / Least Favorite Food Meat Loaf / Broccoli Favorite Beverage Diet Coke Favorite TV Show Everybody Hates Chris Channels I Most Often Watch ESPN, BET Favorite Video Game Splinter Cell, Prince of Persia Websites I Visit Most Often Facebook Number of Songs on my IPod More than 1,451 Most-Listened to Music Gucci Mane, Young Dro, Lil’ Wayne, T.I. Favorite Academic Subject Math Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh the Hardest Jeremy Price Biggest Fear Running Sanford Stadium steps Non-Basketball Interests Fishing Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Earning a scholarship to play at a D-1 School Pre-Game Ritual Listen to music, talk to my mom Best Friend on Another College Team Aric Miller (Bethune-Cookman) Favorite NBA Team New Orleans Hornets Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete Tiger Woods Other Sports I’d Most Like to Try Soccer and Lacrosse I Chose to Attend Georgia Because I felt most comfortable here than anywhere else.

Promising guard prospect known for his versatility...Will likely have an opportunity to play either guard position early in his career.

High School • Georgia’s Class AAA Player of the Year in 2009, according to the Georgia Sportswriters Assocation. • Averaged 23.9 points, 5.1 rebounds and 6.7 assists per game at Franklin County in 2009, leading the Lions to the state playoffs for the second straight year. • Selected to play in the annual North-South All-Star game by the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association. • As a junior he averaged 25 points and 6.2 assists per game. Sophomore-year averages: 27.1 points, 6.2 assists and 3.0 rebounds. • Was rated the No. 17 point guard prospect in the country by espn.com after his junior season. • Signed with the Bulldogs during the early national signing period in November of 2008.

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Diminutive guard who became Mark Fox’s first signee at Georgia, signing on April 30 of the spring signing period...Looks to provide the Bulldogs scoring punch from the perimeter.

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Guard 6-0, 160 Fr. Homestead, Fla. North Dade HS

High School: • Largely unheralded prospect who began to draw widespread attention late in the season. • Averaged 26 points, 5.9 assists, 2.5 steals and 3.0 rebounds per game as a senior at South Dade Senior High School. • Named to the All-Dade County 2nd team by the Miami Herald after the 2009 season. • Averaged 18.5 points and 5.0 assists per game as a junior in 2008. • Also participated in football and track for the Buccaneers.

Personality Profile Full Name Vincent Anthony Williams Nickname “Boss” Birthdate/Birthplace Jan. 17, 1991 / Homestead, Fla. Academic Major Undecided Favorite / Least Favorite Food Shrimp, Steak / Sushi Favorite Beverage Coca-Cola Favorite TV Show Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Channels I Most Often Watch ESPN, BET, MTV Websites I Visit Most Often www.23isback.com Number of Songs on my IPod 2,112 Most-Listened to Music Sammie Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh the Hardest Ebuka Anyaorah Sport I’d Like to Try Golf Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Leading my home county in scoring Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Earning my high school diploma Most Famous Person I’ve Ever Met Shaquille O’Neal Favorite NBA Team New Orleans Hornets When I Was Young and Playing Ball, I Pretended I Was... Allen Iverson I Chose to Attend Georgia Because It just felt like home away from home.

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Connor Nolte Forward 6-7, 200 Junior Tr. Alpharetta, Georgia Milton HS Furman University

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Transfer student who comes to the Bulldog program after two productive seasons at Furman University...Will sit out the 2010 season in compliance with NCAA rules regarding transfers.

2008-09 Season:

High School

• Started six of the Paladins’ 30 games, averaging 5.4 points and 3.1 rebounds. • Career-high 17 points against Ga.Southern came during a 3-game, mid-February stretch in which he scored 13, 15 and 17 points. • Selected to the Southern Conference All-Conference Academic team.

• First Milton HS product ever to earn an NCAA Division I scholarship. • Finish his career as Milton’s all-time leading scorer with 1,601 points and also had over 700 rebounds and 152 blocked shots. • Three-time team MVP, three-time all-region, adn three-time AJC all-area selection. • 2007 first-team All-State and selected to play in the annual GACA AllStar Game. • Played AAU basketball for the Atlanta All-Stars program.

2007-08 Season: • Started nine of 30 games and averaged 5.5 points and a team second-best 3.9 rebounds per game. • Started the season’s last nine games, including a 9-point, 9-rebound game vs. UNC-Greensboro and a 13-point effort at Davidson.

Personality Profile Full Name Connor James Nolte Nickname C-Note Birthdate/Birthplace April 2, 1989 / Milwaukee, Wis. Academic Major Pre-Business Favorite & Least Favorite Foods Pizza / Mushrooms Favorite Beverage Dr. Pepper Favorite TV Show Entourage Channels I Most Often Watch Comedy Central, ESPN Websites I Most Often Visit Twitter, PassersRemorse (my blog) Number of Songs on my IPod 5,000 Most-Listened to Music O.A.R., NeedtoBreathe, Virginia Coalition Hidden Talents Making YouTube videos

Hobbies Watching sports, watching stand-up comedy, technology Most Famous Person I’ve Ever Met Arthur Blank Pre-Game Ritual Be one of the first people on the court to get shots up. Favorite NBA Team Milwaukee Bucks Favorite Non-Basketball Team Green Bay Packers How I Got Started Playing Basketball Shooting with my dad on a Fisher Price hoop as a toddler.

Sport I’d Most Like to Try Football Not Many People Know This About Me I’m a good bowler (career high of 255)

Career Statistics (@Furman) Year G-GS 2008 30-9 2009 30-6 TOTAL 60-15

Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA 634-21.1 57-146 .390 39-106 .368 13-22 578-19.3 54-136 .397 31-93 .333 22-28 Georgia Basketball 1212-20.2 111-282 .394 70-199 .352 35-50

Pct. .591 .786 .700

Reb.-Avg. 32+85=117-3.9 35+58=93-3.1 67+143=210-3.5

A 23 27 50

TO BL ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 31 6 19 43-0 166-5.5 36 7 24 58-2 161-5.4 67 13 43 101-2 327-5.5

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Gerald Robinson, Jr. Guard 6-1, 165 Junior Tr. Nashville, Tennessee Martin Luther King HS Tennessee State Univ.

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Offensively skilled transfer from Tennessee State University...Sitting out the 2010 season in compliance with NCAA rules regarding transfers...Could be muchneeded relief for a Georgia offense that has struggled to score in recent seasons...Already has more than twice as many career points as any returning Bulldog.

2008-09 Season: • Started 29 of 30 games played, averaging a team-best 17.8 points per game. • A 2nd team All-OVC selection by the league’s head coaches and SIDs. Also a pre-season all-conference pick by the same group. • Went over the 1,000-point mark in the season finale, when he racked up 26 points in an OVC Tournament loss to Murray State. • Led the Tigers in every major statistical category. • Career scoring high of 36 came against Miles, a game in which he also had eight assists.

2007-08 Season: • Started 31 of 32 games played. • Team’s second leading scorer averaging 15.2 points per game. • Led team in three point attempts connecting 60-of-178 for 33 percent. • Selected to the All-OVC Necomer Team. • Named OVC Player of the Week six times. • Received CollegeHoops.net All-Freshman Honorable Mention. • Registered 10 games with 20 or more points.

High School: • Averaged 29 points per game senior year, 19 points, six assists, four rebounds, and two steals as a junior. • State of Tennessee Mr. Basketball finalist and a McDonald’s All-American nominee. • Led Martin Luther King HS to the regional semifinals.

Personality Profile Full Name Gerald Anthony Robinson, Jr. Nickname “G-Money” Birthdate/Birthplace Feb. 10, 1989 / Nashville Academic Major Speech Communication Favorite Food Mac & Cheese, Pancakes Favorite Beverage Glacier Ice Gatorade Favorite TV Show CSI: Miami Channels I Most Often Watch Disney, ESPN, any channel that CSI is on Websites I Visit Most Often Facebook, mediatakeout, worldstarhiphop, livemixtapes Number of Songs on my IPod 1,826 Most-Listened to Music Lil Wayne, Fabulous, Drake Teammates Who Make Me Laugh the Hardest Vincent Williams and Ebuka Anyaorah Sport I’d Like to Try Professional Table Tennis Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Scoring 64 points in three quarters of a high school game. Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m Proudest Of Dean’s List my first two years of college Not Many People Know That... I’ve also played Division I tennis Non-Athletic Talent I Possess Ability to quickly add large numbers When I Was Young and Playing Ball, I Pretended I Was... B.J. Armstrong Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete Michael Phelps

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Min-Avg. 943-29.5 990-33.0 1933-31.2

FG-FGA 187-403 178-403 365-806

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. .464 60-178 .337 52-71 .732 .442 30-108 .278 149-193 .772 .453 90-286 .315 201-264 .761

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Reb.-Avg. 27+60=87-2.7 36+81=117-3.9 63+141=204-3.3

A TO 41 55 116 108 157 163

BL 4 2 6

ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 53 65-1 486-15.2 61 70-1 535-17.8 114 135-2 1021-16.5

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University of Georgia is an avenue for ark Fox became the 21st that to happen.” head basketball coach in In all, Fox spent nine seasons the history of the Univercoaching basketball at Nevada. His sity of Georgia on April 3, first four (2001-04) came as the Wolf 2009. The native Kansan Pack’s associate head coach under arrived in Athens after spending five Trent Johnson, currently the head bountiful seasons in a similar capacity coach at LSU. When Johnson left at the University of Nevada. Nevada for the head coaching job Indeed, Fox’s efforts helped to at Stanford in 2004, Fox ascended elevate the Wolf Pack program to nato the lead chair, and the program tional prominence. During his tenure, kept its torrid pace. Nevada won at least 21 games each “Mark has all the ingredients not season, won or shared four straight to be a good coach, but to be a Western Athletic Conference titles and great coach, regardless of where played in three consecutive NCAA he’s at, whether it’s in the South, Tournaments. He was named the East or West,” said JohnWAC Don Haskins Coach of the Year son. three times. Coaching has been “I had discussions with a number of Fox’s aspiration for as coaches and I can’t express enough long as he can recall. how impressed I was, and am, with All along his career Mark Fox,” said Evans. “ I think he is path in this chosen an up-and-coming young coach who sport, he has drawn has a great future, he has been a inspiration from countwinner in his time as a head coach at less places and people. Nevada, and I think he is a great fit for Ironically, some of his most the University of Georgia and we are a valuable nuggets of wisdom have great fit for him.” come from coaches outside of For all of his success at Nevada, the basketball. Noted collegiate volleyball Georgia job had apparently caught his coach Jim McLaughlin (USC, Washingattention from afar. Having never beton and Kansas fore coached at a State) as well as Southern school, football coaches “We have to make our program Fox was still unDon James deterred by such relevant so kids want to come play (Washington) a wide geographihere. They have to see that their and Bill Snycal jump. dreams can come true here - that der (K State) “There are so they can play in postseason, that are among his many things that they can play at the next level, that professional role make Georgia a models. they can earn a degree. great place to be,” As an assis— Mark Fox he said. “Lots of tant in 2003-04, things in the total Fox helped Nepackage correlate vada reach the NCAA Sweet Sixteen to success: the talent in this region, for the first time in school history as the league, the institution. We just the Wolf Pack turned in a 25-9 overall have to manage to use those things record. Nevada registered upset victothe right way. ries over Michigan State and Gonzaga “We have to make our program relin the Tournament that year and also evant so kids want to come play here,” tied for a share of the Western Athletic Fox said. “They have to see that they Conference regular-season crown for can come here and play in postseason, the first time in school history, capturthat they can play at the next level, that ing the WAC Tournament title as well. they can earn a degree. As young peoFox began his coaching career as a ple grow up, whether they’re in Atlanta graduate assistant coach and then as or Savannah, or wherever, they have a full-time assistant under Lynn Nance to realize that if they want to make all at the University of Washington (1991of their dreams come true, then the Georgia Basketball

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93). Perhaps the most significant happenstance during his time in Seattle took place off the court. He became fast friends with fellow assistant Trent Johnson, who later introduced Fox to a co-worker in the Huskies’ promotions department named Cindy Holt. The two were married four years later. Following his two-year stint at Washington, Fox completed another important step in his coaching career. He spent the 1993-94 season finishing his master’s degree at the University of Kansas. During his spare time he was a close and constant observer of then-KU head coach Roy Williams and the Jayhawk basketball program. Fox then spent six seasons (19942000) as an assistant coach under Tom Asbury at Kansas State before joining the Nevada staff in August of 2000. While at KSU, the Wildcats earned an NCAA Tournament invitation in 1996 and two appearances in the National Invitation Tournament (1998 and 1999). They led the nation in field-goal percentage defense in 1999 and were tops in the Big 12 2009-10 Media Guide

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Conference in that category from 199699. Fox developed a reputation as a strong recruiter during his 12 years as an assistant coach. He has signed and coached numerous players who earned all-conference honors, several who have won All-America recognition, and

stil more who have matriculated to the NBA. Foremost among his Nevada signees was three-time WAC Player of the Year and All-American Nick Fazekas (2004-07), the school’s all-time scoring leader with 2,464 points. Ramon Sessions played three seasons at Nevada (2005-

07) before leaving for the NBA, where he currently plays for the Milwaukee Bucks. Fox also played an instrumental role in bringing 2004 WAC Player of the Year and NBA first-round draft pick Kirk Snyder to the program, as well as former Wolf Pack all-conference selections Todd Okeson and Kevinn Pinkney to name a few. A native of Salinas, Kan., Fox played college basketball at Garden City (Kan.) Community College (1987-89), where he played for Juco Hall of Fame coach Jim Carey. He then lettered two seasons at Eastern New Mexico University (198991) in Portales, N.M. He was a first-team Academic All-Lone Star Conference selection for the Greyhounds in 1991. He graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in physical education from Eastern New Mexico in 1991 and earned a master’s of science degree in athletic administration and sports psychology from the University of Kansas in 1996. Mark and Cindy, have two children: a son, Parker (9), and a daughter, Olivia (7).

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Full Name: Mark L. Fox Born: January 13, 1969 in Salina, Kansas Family: Married to the former Cindy Holt. Children: Parker (9), Olivia (7) High School: Garden City (Kan.), 1987 Junior College: Garden City Community College, 1987-89) College: Eastern New Mexico, B.S. in Physical Education, 1991 University of Kansas, M.S. in Athletic Admin./ Sports Psychology, 1996

Coaching Experience

Assistant Coach, University of Washington, 1991-93 Assistant Coach, Kansas State University, 1994-2000 Associate Head Coach, University of Nevada, 2000-04 Head Coach, University of Nevada, 2004-09 Head Coach, University of Georgia, 2009

Coaching Honors

• Don Haskins WAC Coach of the Year, 2005-07 • NABC District 13 Coach of the Year, 2007

Mark Fox vs. All Schools Akron ............................ 2-0 Ark.-Pine Bluff............... 2-0 Alaska-Anchorage ........ 1-0 Boise State ................... 8-3 California ...................... 1-2 UC-Davis ...................... 2-0 UC-Irvine ...................... 2-0 UCLA ............................ 0-1 Cal State-Stanislaus ..... 1-0 Central Florida .............. 1-1 CU-Colo. Springs.......... 1-0 Colorado State.............. 2-0 Creighton ...................... 1-0 Eastern Illinois .............. 1-0 Florida Atlantic .............. 1-0 Fresno State ................. 8-3 Georgia ........................ 2-0 Georgia State ............... 1-0 Gonzaga ....................... 1-0 Hawai’i .......................... 9-1 Houston ........................ 0-1 Idaho............................. 9-1 Idaho State ................... 1-0 Illinois............................ 0-1 Kansas.......................... 1-1 La.-Lafayette................. 2-0 Louisiana Tech............ 10-1 Maine ............................ 1-0

Memphis ....................... 0-1 Montana........................ 0-1 Montana State .............. 2-0 UNLV ............................ 2-3 New Mexico State......... 6-3 Norfolk State ................. 1-0 North Carolina .............. 0-2 Northern Iowa ............... 2-0 Oregon State ................ 2-0 Portland ........................ 0-1 Pacific ........................... 2-3 Rice .............................. 2-0 Sacremento State ......... 1-0 St. Mary’s...................... 1-1 San Diego ..................... 1-1 San Jose State ........... 10-1 Santa Clara................... 2-0 Seattle Pacific ............... 1-0 Sonoma State ............... 1-0 SMU.............................. 2-0 Southern Illinois ............ 1-1 Texas ............................ 1-0 UTEP ............................ 1-2 Toledo ........................... 0-1 Tulsa ............................. 2-0 Utah State..................... 5-6 Va. Commonwealth ...... 1-0 Vermont ........................ 2-0

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Pct. .781 .818 .853 .636 .618 .741

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Pct. Finish .889 1st .813 1st .875 1st .750 t1st .688 2Nd .805 ---

Post-Season 1-1 (NCAA) 0-1 (NCAA) 1-1 (NCAA) 0-1(CBI) 0-1(CBI) 2-5

Home 13-4 17-1 15-1 13-3 13-8 71-17

Pct. .765 .944 .938 .813 .619 .807

Away 11-2 10-3 10-2 7-9 8-5 46-21

Pct. .846 .769 .833 .438 .615 .687

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Kwanza Johnson Assistant Basketball Coach (Tulsa ‘95) First Season at Georgia

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Johnson Facts Personal

Full Name: Kwanza S. Johnson Born: March 8, 1972 in Oklahoma City, Okla. Family: Wife - Kim. Children - Kaitlyn (8), Kendall (5), Kalli (2). High School: John Marshall High School, Oklahoma City, Okla. Junior College: Associate degree, Rose State College, Midwest City, Okla.,1993 Undergraduate: B.S. degree, Economics, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Okla.,1995 Post-Graduate: Juris Doctorate degree, Univ. of Tulsa College of Law, 1999

CoaChing exPerienCe

Administrative Assistant, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Okla., 1997-99 Asst. Basketball Coach, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, Calif., 1999-2000 Asst. Basketball Coach, Univ. of Arkansas-Little Rock, Little Rock, Ark., 2000-01 Asst. Basketball Coach, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Okla., 2001-05 Asst. Basketball Coach, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Ill., 2005-06 Asst. Basketball Coach, University of Nevada, Reno, Nev., 2006-09 Asst. Basketball Coach, University of Georgia, April 2009-Present

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wanza Johnson is in his first season as an assistant coach at Georgia. He had spent the previous three seasons coaching alongside Mark Fox as an assistant for the Nevada program. In Johnson’s first year at Nevada, his work with the Wolf Pack frontcourt players helped forward Nick Fazekas earn first-team All-America honors and his third Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year honor. The next year Johnson worked with big man JaVale McGee, who was an All-WAC selection and the 18th player chosen in the 2008 NBA Draft (Washington Wizards). That year, the Wolf Pack set a school record, led the WAC and ranked 15th nationally in blocked shots at 5.8 per game. Most recently, Johnson’s work last year with Wolf Pack freshman Luke Babbitt helped him earn WAC Newcomer of the Year honors, as well as a 1st team All-WAC selection. “I’m really excited that Kwanza chose to continue his career by coming to Georgia with us,” Fox said. “He gives us assets that will be valuable contributions as we build our program here. Kwanza was vital in helping us bring in a Top 25 recruiting class at Nevada. I am confident he will continue to

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recruit successfully at Georgia.” Before coaching at Nevada, Johnson had served previously on the coaching staffs at Eastern Illinois (2006), twice at his alma mater Tulsa (1997-99 and 2001-05), ArkansasLittle Rock (2001) and Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo (2000). A native of Oklahoma City, Okla., Johnson played collegiately first at Rose State College before finishing at Tulsa in 1995. Both of his Hurricane teams, coached by former Georgia coach Tubby Smith, won the Missouri Valley Conference title and reached the NCAA Sweet 16. In his final season for the Hurricane, Johnson was elected team captain and was also named to the MVC All-Defensive team. Johnson began his collegiate playing career at Rose State College in Midwest City, Okla., where he was the junior college Region II Player of the Year and was named to the national junior college all-tournament team in 1993. Johnson, 37, earned his B.S. degree in Economics at Tulsa in 1995. He earned his Juris Doctorate degree from the Tulsa College of Law in 1999. He and his wife Kim have three children: Kaitlyn (8), Kendall (5) and Kalli (2).

• 2-year letterman at Tulsa under former UGA coach Tubby Smith, playing on back-to-back Missouri Valley Conference and NCAA Sweet 16 teams.

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Philip Pearson

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Pearson Facts Personal

Full Name: Philip J. Pearson Born: February 16, 1971 in Mont-

gomery, Ala. Family: Wife - Ashley. Children - Mary Collins (9), William (7), Catherine (5). High School: Jeff Davis High School, Montgomery, Ala. Undergraduate: B.S. degree, Human Performance, University of Alabama, 1993 Graduate: M.S. degree, Health, Physical Education & Recreation, Murray State University, 1997

CoaChing exPerienCe

Graduate Assistant Basketball Coach, Univ. of Arkansas - Little Rock, Little Rock, Ark., 1994-95 Administrative Assistant, Murray State University, Murray, Ky., 1995-96 Director of Basketball Operations, Murray State University, 1996-97 Asst. Basketball Coach, Murray State University, 1997-98 Asst. Basketball Coach, University of Alabama, 1998 - January of 2009 Interim Head Basketball Coach, University of Alabama, Jan.-March, 2009 Asst. Basketball Coach, University of Georgia, April 2009-Present

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• 5-year member of the basketball program at Alabama, the first three under Wimp Sanderson, the latter two under David Hobbs.

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hilip Pearson, a veteran of Southeastern Conference basketball as a player and coach, joined the Georgia staff as an assistant coach in April of 2009. Pearson, 38, has spent 16 of the past 20 years representing the Alabama program, either as a player or coach. Most recently, he earned high praise for his work as the Crimson Tide’s interim head coach during the final 13 games of the 2009 season. Alabama won six of those contests, including a first-round game in the SEC Tournament. “We were very fortunate to bring Philip to Georgia,” head coach Mark Fox said. “He’s a terrific person, he has a wealth of experience in the SEC, and he has a tremendous track record of success in recruiting. I’ve really enjoyed working with him as we’ve gotten started building our program here at Georgia.” Pearson got his start in the coaching business as a graduate assistant to Wimp Sanderson at ArkansasLittle Rock in 1994. The next year he joined Mark Gottfried at Murray State, first as an administrative assistant, then as director of basketball operations and by 1997 as a full-time assistant coach. After the Racers

played in their second straight NCAA Tournament in 1998, Pearson followed Gottfried to their alma mater, where they coached together for 11 seasons. During that time, Alabama won over 200 games, won the 2002 SEC Championship, played in five NCAA Tournaments, reached the NCAA Quarterfinals in 2004, and earned the program’s first-ever No. 1 ranking in 2002. Pearson was a 5-year playing member of the Bama program, the first three under Sanderson, the latter two under David Hobbs. During his career he counted as his teammates a total of 10 future NBA players: Robert Horry, Antonio McDyess, Latrell Sprewell, Keith Askins, Jason Caffey, David Benoit, James Robinson, Eric Washington, Marcus Webb and Roy Rogers. While as a coach there, five more alumni reached the NBA: Gerald Wallace, Rod Grizzard, Mo Williams, Jermareo Davidson and Richard Hendrix. A native of Montgomery, Ala., Pearson earned his B.S. degree in Human Performance from Alabama in 1993. He earned his master’s degree in Health, Physical Education & Recreation from Murray State in 1997. He and his wife Ashley have three children: Mary Collins (9), William (7) and Catherine (5).

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Stacey Palmore

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Palmore Facts Personal

Full Name: Stacey L. Palmore Born: March 23, 1969 in Greenwood, S.C. Family: Son - Jaden Alexander (3) High School: Greenwood High School, Greenwood, S.C. Undergraduate: B.A. degree, Livingstone College, Salisbury, N.C.

CoaChing exPerienCe

Asst. Basketball Coach, Warwick High School, Newport News, Va., 1993-96 Head Basketball Coach, Warwick High School, Newport News, Va., 1996-97 Asst. Basketball Coach, Lander University, Greenwood, S.C., 1997-98 Asst. Basketball Coach, Erskine College, Due West, S.C., 1998-2000 Asst. Basketball Coach, Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, N.C., 2000-02 Asst. Basketball Coach, Univ. of Evansville, Evansville, Ind., 2002-03 Asst. Basketball Coach, College of Charleston, Charleston, S.C., 2003-04 Asst. Basketball Coach, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Va., 2004-09 Asst. Basketball Coach, University of Georgia, May 2009-Present

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• Four-year letterman at Livingstone. Also lettered on golf team.

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tacey Palmore, who had been an assistant coach on the staff at Virginia Tech for the previous five seasons, joined the Georgia coaching staff in a similar capacity in May of 2009. A native of Greenwood, S.C., Palmore had built a reputation at Virginia Tech as one of the ACC’s top assistant coaches, both as a recruiter and an on-court teacher. His arrival in Blacksburg coincided with Tech’s joining the ACC. Since that inaugural year, the Hokies’ program ranks fourth in the league in total ACC regular-season victories with 38. “I’m really excited to have a person and coach the caliber of Stacey be a part of our program,” head coach Mark Fox said. “He’s a firstclass guy. He’s had a lot of success in recruiting this area and coaching in the ACC. I believe he’s a terrific addition to our staff.” Georgia is Palmore’s fifth NCAA Division I program. He joined the Virginia Tech program in the summer of 2004 after spending the 2003-04 season as an assistant at the College of Charleston. Before coming to Charleston, he spent one season (2003) at the University of Evansville. Palmore also served two seasons

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(2001-02) as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at Western Carolina University. During his time there, he signed Zanesville, Ohio, native Kevin Martin, who eventually ranked 2nd nationally in scoring in 2004 and was a first-round draft pick by the NBA’s Sacramento Kings. To begin the 2004 season, Martin poured in 44 points in a loss at Georgia. It remains the second-highest offensive output by a UGA opponent in the history of Stegeman Coliseum. A 1993 graduate of Livingstone College (N.C.), Palmore played basketball and golf at the collegiate level. As a junior and senior, he was in the nation’s top 10 in Division II threepoint field-goal percentage and was co-captain in his last two seasons. Palmore began his coaching career at Warwick High School in Newport News, Va., where he served as an assistant for three years (199396) and head coach for his final year. He then spent one year at Lander University in his hometown of Greenwood and two years at Erskine (S.C.) College before joining the staff at Western Carolina. Every year since 1994, Palmore has returned to Greenwood to host the “Shoot 4 The Stars” basketball camp for local children between grades K-8. Palmore has a son, Jaden Alexander, born July 31, 2006.

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Kent Davison Director of Basketball Operations

Fox began at his next stop, where he coached at Garden City Community College for 17 seasons, the final six as the Broncbusters’ head coach. Three of his GCCC teams won 20 games, and he sent more than 50 players on to Division I programs. Davison was previously the first-ever head coach at three different NBA Developmental League franchises: Roanoke (200106), Colorado (2007) and Fort Wayne (2008). He has also coached teams in the United States Basketball League (Dodge City, which he led to the USBL championship in 2000) and the Continental Basketball Assn. (Fort Wayne). Most recently, Davison served the 2008 year as head coach of the national team of the Middle Eastern country of Qatar. A native of Rochester, Pa., Davison and his wife Pat have two sons, Matt and Andrew, and a grandson, 2-year-old Jackson.

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Cory Cason Graduate Manager

Todd Okeson Graduate Assistant

Mark Pope Operations Coordinator

Colby Pohlmann Assistant Trainer

Kent Davison

Director of Basketball Operations In coming to Georgia last summer as Director of Basketball Operations, Kent Davison continued a long career in coaching that has covered many different levels, including high school, college, professional and international teams. As operations director, Davison is in charge of organizing team travel and all teamrelated events, as well as implementation and monitoring of the program’s budget. A graduate of Sterling (Kan.) College, Davison began his coaching career at Winfield High School in Kansas in 1974. In 1979 he became an assistant coach at Wichita State, where in his two seasons there he coached future NBA players Cliff Levingston and Antoine Carr. Davison’s relationship with coach Mark

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Mark Pope joined the Georgia basketball staff in July 2009 as Operations Coordinator. In his position, he directs a number of tasks, including the players’ day-to-day schedules and their academic performance, as well as the program’s oncampus recruiting efforts, summer camps and community outreach. He also has a supervisory role with the team’s student managers. A native of Bellevue, Wash., Pope played the 1991-92 seasons at Washington -- where he was tutored by rookie assistant coach Mark Fox -- before transferring to the University of Kentucky. In his two seasons competing at UK, the Wildcats reached the NCAA Elite Eight in ‘95 and won the chammpionship the following year. He was a key reserve on that 1996 squad, averaging 7.6 points and 5.2 rebounds. As a professional, Pope played two seasons in Turkey and seven in the NBA, two each in Indiana, Milwaukee and Denver and one in New York. His final season came with the Nuggets in 2005. Most recently, he studied medicine for three years at Columbia University in New York. Pope, 37, and his wife Lee Ann have four daughters: Ella (8), Avery (6), Layla (4) and Shay (1).

Cory Cason

Graduate Manager Recent UGA alumnus Cory Cason continues his association with Bulldog basketball. After a four-year career as a student manager, he was named last summer as the team’s Graduate Manager. In his new capacity, Cason handles a variety of tasks, including film exchange with opposing teams, video editing, assisting with preparation of scouting reports, team travel and oversight of the student managerial staff.

Cason was a student manager for the Bulldogs during the 2004-08 seasons, serving as the unit’s leader for the latter three years. A native of Williamson, Ga., Cason is a graduate of Pike County High School, for which he lettered in basketball, baseball and tennis. He earned his bachelor’s degree from UGA in Sports Studies in 2007. He is currently working toward a master’s degree in Recreation and Leisure Studies while remaining associated with the Georgia program. Cason was recently married to Deven Eileen Kaminski on May 23, 2009.

Todd Okeson

Graduate Assistant Todd Okeson begins his first season as Graduate Assistant on the Georgia staff. A native of Weskan, Kan., Okeson played the 2001-02 seasons at Dodge City Community College before transferring to Nevada. He was recruited to Reno by then-Associate Head Coach Mark Fox. In his senior season of 2004, Okeson was the Wolf Pack’s unheralded star of two upset wins in the NCAA Tournament. He gained particular notoriety by scoring 19 points in Nevada’s second-round victory over Gonzaga. Okeson later played professionally in Europe before returning to Nevada, first as Fox’s program assistant and last season as an assistant coach for the Reno Bighorns of the NBA’s Developmental League. Okeson and his wife Natalie are proud parents of a newborn son, Gaines.

Colby Pohlmann Assistant Trainer Colby Pohlmann was named Assistant Athletic Trainer at UGA in September of 2006. In his capacity he works directly with the Georgia Bulldog Basketball team. He is currently a member of the National Strength & Conditioning Association and a nationally registered emergency medical technician. Pohlmann came to Georgia after serving one year as an athletic trainer for the basketball team at St. John’s University in Jamaica, N.Y. During his time in New York he served as a diplomat accompanying the first American soccer team to play on Vietnamese soil. Before attending St. John’s, Pohlmann was as an athletic trainer at Florida State University, where he completed his master’s degree in athletic administration in 2004. While at FSU, his main assignment was working with the Seminoles’ football team, but he also traveled with the basketball and baseball teams. He accompanied the FSU football team at both the 2003 Nokia Sugar Bowl and 2004 FedEx Orange Bowl. A native of Clatonia, Neb., Pohlmann is a 2002 graduate of the University of Nebraska. During his career in Lincoln, he served the Huskers’ athletic program as the head student athletic trainer, working with a number of its teams, including football, baseball, wrestling, volleyball, track and soccer. 2009-10 Media Guide


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John Bateman

program and act as a liaison between the Athletic Association and the Redcoat Band. Bateman joined the Georgia promotions office in August of 1994 and served as Assistant Director of Promotions until 1997, when he was promoted to Associate Director. Bateman is a 1991 graduate of Georgia, where he received his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. As an undergraduate he served as a manager for the men’s basketball team, including the Bulldogs’ 1990 SEC championship squad. After earning a master’s in Sport Management from Georgia in 1993, Bateman worked as the championships and officiating assistant at the Southeastern Conference office in Birmingham, Ala., for a year before returning to the University. A native of Albany, Ga., Bateman is married to the former Jill Sirmans of Valdosta, Ga.

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Director of Marketing

John Bateman

Director of Marketing John Bateman, who has been a member of the UGA Athletic Association for more than a decade, was promoted to Director of Marketing in the summer of 2006 after two years as the UGAA’s Director of Promotions. He is responsible for coordinating ticketing campaigns, venue concessions and merchandise contracts, marketing and promotional activities on georgiadogs.com, videoboard operations and will manage all gameday print operations. He will also coordinate the Athletic Association’s spirit

Emily Deitz

Director of Promotions Emily Deitz was named Director of Promotions in the summer of 2006 after one year as Associate Director of the same

office. In her currrent position, she coordinates the promotional efforts for all 21 Bulldog and Lady Bulldog athletic teams and is directly responsible for football, as well as SEC and NCAA Championships hosted by UGA. She also works with the collegiate licensing program. Deitz came to Georgia after three prior stops at major universities, working in the field of marketing. Most recently, she served as Director of Marketing of the sports teams at the University of Louisville. Prior to Louisville, Deitz spent two years at the University of Florida, where she was Assistant Director of Marketing and two years at Auburn University as Assistant Director of Marketing. A 1998 alumnus of Western Kentucky, she worked in the Western Kentucky Athletic marketing office for two years. After graduating from WKU, Deitz joined the University of Florida staff as a marketing assistant and also earned her master’s degree in Exercise and Sport Sciences. Emily and her husband, Brian, have one daughter, Briley Paige, born in January of 2007, and they are expecting their second child soon after this guide is printed.

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Charlie Conway

Brandon Covington

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Pam Gauld

Tim Hix

Administrative Secretary

Assoc. Director Sports Communications

Cory Kopaniasz

Mike Schweigert

Academic Counselor

Strength & Cond. Coach

Cory Kopaniasz

Pam Gauld Administrative Secretary Pam Gauld joined the University of Georgia Athletic Association in May of 2004 as the administrative secretary in the men’s basketball office. Prior to joining UGA, Gauld was an Administrative Secretary for Oconee County Schools. She is also active in her community and is especially proud of her volunteer work with The UGA Catholic Center 5K Human Race and Relay for Life. Gauld currently serves on the Athletic Association’s Professional Support Staff. In that role she coordinates monthly volunteers that service the Athens Emergency Food Bank. Gauld and her husband John have lived in the Athens area since 1997. They have three children: Patrick, a UGA alumnus working in Chicago; Andrea, a 4th-year doctoral pharmacy major at Mercer University in Atlanta; and Emily, a senior Music/German major at UGA.

Tim Hix

Associate Director Sports Communications Tim Hix begins his 15th season as Associate Director of Sports Communications, also his 15th as the primary information contact for men’s basketball. In addition to his duties with the basketball team, Hix is also the school’s primary information contact for its

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Equestrian program. He also supervises operation of the press box staff at all UGA home football games. From 1984 until 1995, Hix served first as Assistant SID and later as Senior Assistant. He handled all publicity for the nationallysuccessful women’s basketball program, as well as a number of other Bulldog and Lady Bulldog sports, including track & field, golf and swimming. During the 1996 Olympics, Hix worked as the Press Chief at the rhythmic gymnastics competition in the Coliseum and assisted the Press Chief during the early-round volleyball matches. Hix has authored a pair of books, “Hoop Tales” and “Stadium Stories,” both depicting the greatest players, coaches and seasons in the history of Georgia basketball and football. Hix completed his B.S. Degree in Journalism at the University of Tennessee in 1984. During his undergraduate days he worked four years as a student assistant in the UT sports information office. Hix has a son,14-year-old Grant.

Georgia Basketball

Academic Counselor Cory Kopaniasz joined the Athletic Association in January of 1999 and became a full-time employee in July of 2000 as a member of the academic counseling staff. He had served as the academic center’s intern and graduate assistant before taking over full-time duties. Kopaniasz is in his second stint as head academic counselor for the men’s basketball team, having previously worked in the same capacity during the 2001-03 seasons. He also currently advises the baseball and gymnastics teams and he has previously worked with both Georgia tennis teams, both swimming programs, as well as the football squad. As the team’s counselor, Kopaniasz assists the Bulldogs in a variety of academic issues, including classroom performance, progression toward degrees, arranging of tutors and mentors, and the improvement of their study skills and strategies. Because of his father’s employment for NATO, Kopaniasz lived for a short time in Brussels, Belgium, where he graduated from Brussels American High School. He received his bachelor’s degree in Economics from UGA in 2000, and two years later, he earned his Master’s degree in Sport Studies from Georgia. Kopaniasz served as Associate Director for Academic Support at the University of Mississippi from January until June of 2008 before returning to his alma mater. Kopaniasz is married to the former Candace Waters of Watkinsville, Ga., and they have one son, 7-year-old Caden.

Mike Schweigert Strength & Conditioning Mike Schweigert is in his fourth full year as Georgia’s strength and conditioning coach. He was hired in 2005 as a graduate assistant strength coach for the Bulldogs’ Olympic sports teams, and he was promoted to full-time status in January 2006. He currently works with the Georgia basketball team, as well as the women’s volleyball and track & field teams. He will finish his master’s degree at UGA in December 2009. A native of the suburban Chicago town of Niles, Ill., Schweigert is a 2003 graduate of Indiana University. While earning his bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology, with an emphasis as a Fitness Specialist, he served an internship in the Hoosiers’ athletic department. He worked directly with IU’s men’s basketball, volleyball and track & field teams. Upon graduation from Indiana, Schweigert returned close to home for eight months as a strength & conditioning intern with the Chicago Bulls basketball club, where he worked with former head strength coach Al Vermeil and current coach Erik Helland. In August of 2004, he left the Bulls to become a strength & conditioning graduate assistant at Northern Illinois University. While in DeKalb, Schweigert supervised the training of several Huskie sports, including soccer, men’s & women’s tennis, as well as men’s & women’s golf.

Melvin Elder

Equipment Manager Olympic Sports

Hunter Hinkle

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Dr. Michael F. Adams University of Georgia President

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r. Michael F. Adams was named the 21st president of the University of Georgia on June 11, 1997. He immediately focused on securing UGA’s future as one of America’s premier public research universities. A strategic plan, completed in 2001 at his direction, identified three themes for UGA’s growth in the first decade of the 21st century: Building the New Learning Environment, Maximizing Research Opportunities and Competing in a Global Economy. Under Dr. Adams’ leadership, student quality has risen steadily and the University of Georgia has been recognized as one of the nation’s top 20 public research universities for eight out of the past 10 years by U.S. News & World Report. External funding for research, public service and instruction totals more than $200 million annually. Private giving to the university is at its highest level ever as UGA recently completed the Archway to Excellence Campaign with $654 million in gifts and pledges, far exceeding the $500 million goal. The total value of construction initiated during his tenure approaches $1 billion, financed through the innovative use of state, federal, internal and private funds, and includes the Student Learning Center; new residence halls and a dining commons on East Campus; a new home for the Lamar Dodd School of Art; the Complex Carbohydrate Research Center; the Paul Coverdell Center for Biomedical and Health Sciences; the Animal Health Research Center; and an expansion of Sanford Stadium and the Women’s Athletic Complex. Moore College, Candler Hall, Phi Kappa Hall and Myers Hall have been renovated and Old College, the University’s first building, has been renovated as the home of the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. Widely recognized as a leader Georgia Basketball

in higher education administration, Dr. Adams recently completed a term as chair of the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges. He is the only person to have served as chair of the American Council on Education, the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities and the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities. He has been chair of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, the accrediting body for higher education in the southern United States, and in 2005 received the agency’s James T. Rogers Distinguished Leadership Award. He is a member of the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics and chairs the NCAA Executive Committee. He holds a bachelor’s degree in speech and history from David Lipscomb College. He earned a master’s in political communications and a doctorate in political communications, with a cognate emphasis in educational administration, from The Ohio State University. At OSU, he was named a University Fellow, the highest academic recognition given by the graduate school. He holds an academic appointment as a professor of speech communication at UGA. Adams was born in Montgomery, Alabama and attended public schools in Albany, Macon and Atlanta, graduating from high school in Chattanooga in 1966. He began his professional career on the communication faculty at Ohio State, later serving as vice president for university affairs at Pepperdine University. He was president of Centre College in Danville, Kentucky for nine years before coming to Georgia.

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He also served as chief of staff for Senator Howard Baker and as an aide to Governor Lamar Alexander of Tennessee. “The people of the state of Georgia deserve a flagship institution every bit as good as the citizens of Virginia or Michigan or California or North Carolina,” Dr. Adams said when he was named president. “I am committed to making the University of Georgia that kind of institution.”

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Athletic Administration

Damon Evans Director of Athletics

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GA letter winner and double degree holder Damon Evans was selected as Director of Athletics in December 2003, and assumed the duties officially on July 1, 2004. At the time he was just 34 years of age, and one of the youngest athletic directors in the country. However, he had already established himself as an up and coming athletic administrator. Evans has received several honors including the Street and Smith’s Sports Business Journal “40 Under 40 Award” for 2004, 2005, and 2007, the UGA Terry College of Business Award as the “Outstanding Young Alumnus”, and Sports Illustrated’s “101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports”. Today, Evans oversees a nationally recognized program with 21 intercollegiate sports teams involving more than 600 student-athletes, a $76 million budget and a 250 person staff. He is a member of several Southeastern Conference and NCAA Committees, and is currently Vice-Chair of the NCAA Division I Management Council (the highest governance committee attainable by an athletic administrator) and has been appointed to the NCAA Division I Oversight and Monitoring Group. In his first year at the helm, Georgia captured three national championships and finished seventh in the NACDA Directors’ Cup. UGA also enjoyed the best year of fundraising in school history, with over $32 million raised for both operating budget and endowment. Other highlights included: the structuring of an agreement with ISP Sports to outsource marketing rights that has more than doubled sponsorship revenue; implementation of an on-line ticket sales and contribution option that produced a record number of pre-sales for bowl game tickets; and a record-setting year in logo licensing revenue. Success continued at UGA in 200506 as one national championship and a record seven conference titles were won by Bulldog teams. Other highlights included: recognition as the “most profitable intercollegiate athletics program in the country”; being selected as one of six major university athletic programs to form an exclusive consortium to create a continuing education and professional development program for athletic administrators; and a major financial contribution of $2 million to the University’s “Archway to Excellence” capital campaign. The past academic year Georgia Basketball

demonstrated the continued excellence that has been the trademark of Athletic Association. National championships were claimed in Gymnastics and Equestrian. SEC titles were captured by the Men’s Golf and Women’s Tennis Teams. UGA’s student-athletes combined for a 70 percent graduation rate. Just as important, all 21 of Georgia’s sports achieved the required number in the annual Academic Progress Rate, the NCAA’s latest criterion to measure classroom performance. Four teams -football, men’s golf, women’s basketball and women’s cross country, ranked first in the SEC with their respcetive APR numbers. Evans was born in Nebraska, but spent much of his youth in Gainesville, Ga. where he graduated from Gainesville High School after a stellar career both athletically and academically. During his football career at Georgia (198892), Evans was a 4-year starter and a member of the ’91 and ’92 teams that won nine and ten games, respectively. He earned two degrees from UGA, receiving a bachelor’s degree in finance in 1992 and a master’s of education in sports management in 1994. Evans served as Director of Compliance and Operations at the University of Missouri in 1994-95. After holding the positions as a Director and Assistant Commissioner for Eligibility and Compliance Services at the SEC office (1995-98), he returned to his alma mater as Associate and Senior Associate A.D. for Internal Affairs. He is married to the former Kerri Budd of Atlanta and they have two children, Cameron and Kennedy.

Prof. Jere Morehead Faculty Athletics Representative

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rof. Jere Morehead assumed responsibilities as the Faculty Athletics Representative on July 1, 2003, replacing Dr. Gary Couvillon, who had served in that position from 1993-2003. Morehead has also served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Georgia Athletic Association since 1998. On Jan. 2, 2010, Morehead will assume the posts of Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs. He was appointed to the University’s secondhighest academic position in September of 2009 after a nationwide search. Morehead joined the UGA faculty

Damon Evans Director of Athletics

Prof. Jere Morehead Faculty Athletics Representative

in 1986 after six years of service as an Assistant United States Attorney with the Department of Justice. He has served as assistant, associate and full professor of legal studies at UGA and also served for nine years as an adjunct faculty member at the School of Law, where he directed the school’s moot court program. A native of Lakeland, Fla., Morehead received his J.D. degree from UGA in 1980. During his time on the faculty, he has received several major teaching awards, including the Josiah Meigs Excellence in Teaching Award, the Richard B. Russell Undergraduate Teaching Award, and the Distinguished Teaching Award in the Terry College of Business. In 1998-99, Morehead served as UGA’s acting executive director for Legal Affairs. In 1999, he was appointed associate provost and director of UGA’s Honors Program. In that position, he had responsibility for over 2,000 Honors students and the program achieved new levels of excellence.

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Arthur Johnson

Alan Thomas

Frank Crumley

Dr. Carla Green-Williams Sr. Associate Athletic Director Student Services and Senior Woman Administrator

Associate Athletic Director Internal Affairs (Administrator for Men’s Basketball)

Associate Athletic Director External Affairs

Craig White

Claude Felton

Matt Brachowski

Eric Baumgartner

Executive Associate Athletic Director for Finance and Business

Associate Athletic Director Sports and Operations

Associate Athletic Director Sports Communications

Glada Horvat

Assistant Athletic Director Academics and Eligibility

Georgia Basketball

Assistant Athletic Director Event Management

Charley Whittemore Assistant Athletic Director Facilities

Assistant Athletic Director Compliance

Dave Muia

Special Assistant to the Athletic Director

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Key Support Staff Outlook Players Coaches Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Leland Barrow Assistant Director Sports Communications

Ben Beaty Assistant Director Sports Communications

Steve Bryant Associate Athletic Trainer

Tim Cearley Ticket Manager

Scott Hallberg Assistant Director Event Management

Christopher Lakos Associate Director Sports Communications

Christie Purks Assistant Director Event Management

Karen Warther Asst. Ticket Mgr. (Student Ticket Manager)

Steve Colquitt

Assistant Director Sports Communications

Dave Williams Assistant Director Event Management

Scorer’s Table Staff at Stegeman Coliseum

Alan Calhoun Official Stats

Rhonda Kilpatrick Official Stats

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Derrick Floyd Official Scorer

Franklin Scott Shot Clock Operator

Georgia Basketball

Mark Hynds Official Stats

Bud Weston Scoreboard Operator

David Johnston Public Address

Jason Williamson Official Stats

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2010 Opponents

Alabama Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records

Anthony Grant Head Coach

Senario Hillman

Starters Lost Alonzo Gee (6-6, F) Top Newcomers Charvez Davis (G, 6-3, Jr.) Chris Hines (F, 6-8, Jr.)

Series Information

History Media Info

General Information Location: ................. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Founded: .................................. 1831 Enrollment: ........................... 27,052 Colors: ................Crimson and White Nickname: .................. Crimson Tide Conference: .................Southeastern ...............................(Western Division) President: ............. Dr. Robert E. Witt Athletic Director: ............. Mal Moore

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ....Doug Walker Office Phone: ...........(205) 348-6084 Basketball SID: .................. Ty Patton Mobile Phone: .......... (205) 310-1271 Email: ....................tpatton@ia.ua.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(205) 348-8841 Press Row Phone: ....(205) 348-6084 Web Site: ................ www.rolltide.com Address: ...........1201 Coliseum Drive ............................................Room 170 .........................Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

Basketball Information Head Coach: ............... Anthony Grant .........................................(Dayton ‘87) Record at Alabama/Yrs. ..................................... 0-0 / First year Overall Record/Yrs. .................................... 76-25 / 3 years Assistant Coaches John Brannen ............... (Marshall ‘97) Dan Hipsher .(Bowling Green State ‘77) Antoine Pettway............(Alabama ‘04) Office Phone: ...........(205) 348-4551 Home Court: .......Coleman Coliseum ................................ Capacity: 15,316 2008-09 Records: ..18-13, 7-9 in SEC 2008-09 Post-Season ....................... SEC Tourn. 2nd Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 1/4 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 3/8

Series vs. UGA:Alabama leads 88-46* Last Meeting: Jan. 31, 2009 in Tuscaloosa Georgia 70, Alabama 75 *Excludes Georgia’s 2003 win in Tuscaloosa, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 4 MONTEVALLO (Exh.) Nov. 10 AUGUSTA STATE (Exh.) Nov. 14 CORNELL Nov. 17 JACKSON STATE Nov. 20 PROVIDENCE Nov. 26 vs. Baylor Nov. 27 @Old Spice Classic Nov. 29 @Old Spice Classic Dec. 2 NORTH FLORIDA Dec. 5 LOUISIANA-MONROE Dec. 12 PURDUE Dec. 16 SAMFORD Dec. 19 Kansas State Dec. 23 MERCER Dec. 30 TENNESSEE STATE Jan. 4 at Toledo Jan. 9 at LSU Jan. 13 VANDERBILT Jan. 16 at Arkansas Jan. 17 at Auburn Jan. 19 TENNESSEE Jan. 23 MISSISSIPPI STATE Jan. 27 LSU Jan. 30 at Auburn Feb. 4 FLORIDA Feb. 6 at Mississippi Feb. 9 at Kentucky Feb. 13 ARKANSAS Feb. 20 at Georgia Feb. 24 at Mississippi State Feb. 27 MISSISSIPPI Mar. 3 at South Carolina Mar. 6 AUBURN Mar. 11-14 SEC Tourn. @Nashville Tenn.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name 1 2 5 10 20 21 23 24 25 32 34 40 44

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Anthony Brock Mikhail Torrance* Tony Mitchell Ben Eblen Greg Cage Senario Hillman* Demetrius Jemison Charvez Davis Andrew Steele JaMychal Green* Yamene Coleman Justin Knox* Chris Hines

Pos. Ht. G G F G G G F G G F F F F

UAB

February 20, 2010 in Athens ............... 4:00 p.m. (SEC Network)

5-9 6-5 6-6 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-8 6-3 6-3 6-9 6-10 6-9 6-8

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

165 210 185 180 212 192 240 190 215 220 236 240 220

Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So. Sr. Jr. Jr.

5.6 10.0 ----1.2 12.9 3.1 --1.9 10.3 3.7 5.7 ---

Georgia Basketball

1.3 2.3 ----0.2 2.5 3.1 --3.3 7.6 3.8 5.1 ---

Mike Davis Head Coach

Nov. 21 in Birmingham ................... 8:00 p.m. (EST) (CSS)

Howard Crawford

General Information Location: ................ Birmingham, Ala. Founded: .................................. 1969 Enrollment: ........................... 17,330 Colors: ...Forest Green and Old Gold Nickname: ........................... Blazers Conference: ........... Conference USA President: ........ Dr. Carol Z. Garrison Athletic Director: ......... Brian Mackin

Starters Lost Paul Delaney III (6-2, G) Lawrence Kinnard (6-8, F) Channing Toney (6-5, G) Robert Vaden (6-5, G) Top Newcomers Anthony Criswell (F, 6-9, Fr.) Dexter Fields (G, 6-2, Fr.) Elijah Millsap (G, 6-6, Jr.) Robert Williams (G, 6-4, Fr.)

Series Information Series vs. UGA:.....Georgia leads 2-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 19, 1987 in Athens Georgia 85, UAB 66

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Sports Information Sports Info Director: ......Norm Reilly Office Phone: ...........(205) 934-0722 Basketball SID: ............Aaron Jordan Mobile Phone: .......... (205) 410-3134 Email: .....................jordana@uab.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(205) 934-7505 Press Row Phone: ....(205) 934-0720 Web Site: ............ uabsports.cstv.com Address: ...... 105 Bartow West Tower .............................. 1530 Third Avenue ............... Birmingham, AL 35294-1160

Basketball Information Head Coach: .....................Mike Davis ........................... (Thomas Edison ‘00) Record at UAB/Yrs. .................................... 60-39 / 3 years Overall Record/Yrs. ................................ 175-118 / 9 years Assistant Coaches Donnie Marsh .(Franklin&Marshall ‘79) Wes Flanigan ................. (Auburn ‘96) Office Phone: ...........(205) 934-3402 Home Court: ................Bartow Arena .................................. Capacity: 8,500 2008-09 Records: . 22-12, 11-5 CUSA 2008-09 Post-Season ...................................NIT First Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 4/1 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 7/3

Nov. 13 vs. UW-Green Bay Nov. 14 vs. Kent State Nov. 15 vs. Samford Nov. 17 at Jacksonville State Nov. 21 GEORGIA Nov. 24 TROY Nov. 28 FLORIDA A&M MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE Dec. 2 Dec. 4 EAST TENNESSEE STATE Dec. 16 CINCINNATI Dec. 19 at South Alabama Dec. 22 BUTLER Dec. 30 at Virginia Jan. 2 at Arkansas Jan. 6 EAST CAROLINA Jan. 9 at Tulane Jan. 16 at SMU Jan. 20 SOUTHERN MISS Jan. 23 at Marshall Jan. 26 TULSA Jan. 30 UTEP Feb. 3 MEMPHIS Feb. 6 at Rice Feb. 13 MARSHALL Feb. 17 at Southern Miss Feb. 20 HOUSTON Feb. 24 at UCF Feb. 27 TULANE Mar. 3 MEMPHIS Mar. 6 at UTEP Mar. 10-13 C-USA Tourn. @Tulsa, Okla.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown

Little Rock, Ark. Eight Mile, Ala. Swainsboro, Ga. Isle of Palms, S.C. Indianapolis, Ind. Irwinton, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Birmingham, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Boykin, Ala. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Hillcrest, Ala.

No. Name 1 2 3 5 22 23 24 32 35

Aaron Johnson* Jamarr Sanders Anthony Criswell Robert Williams Cameron Moore Dexter Fields Elijah Millsap Ovie Soko Howard Crawford*

Pos. Ht. G G F G F G G F F

5-8 6-4 6-9 6-4 6-10 6-2 6-6 6-8 6-8

Wt.

Cl.

185 200 205 200 225 190 218 214 240

Jr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr.

PPG RPG 3.6 ------3.0 ------7.9

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1.5 Chicago, Ill. --Montgomery, Ala. --- Oklahoma City, Okla. --Greenville, Miss. 2.5 San Antonio, Texas --Orlando, Fla. --Grambling, La. --London, England 3.5 Eutaw, Ala.


2010 Opponents

Arkansas

John Pelphrey Head Coach

Stefan Welsh

Starters Lost 0 Top Newcomers Jemal Farmer (G/F, 6-5, Jr.) Julysses Nobles (G, 6-1, Fr.) Marshawn Powell (F, 6-7, Fr.)

Series Information

General Information Location: .................Fayetteville, Ark. Founded: .................................. 1871 Enrollment: ........................... 19,849 Colors: ................Cardinal and White Nickname: .................... Razorbacks Conference: .................Southeastern ...............................(Western Division) President: .... Dr. G. David Gearheart Athletic Director: ............... Jeff Long

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ... Kevin Trainor Office Phone: ...........(479) 575-2751 Basketball SID: ................ Phil Pierce Home Phone: ........... (479) 973-4262 Email: ....................ppierce@uark.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(479) 575-7481 Press Row Phone: ....(479) 575-6622 Web Site:www.arkansasrazorbacks.com Address: ..................... P.O. Box 7777 ........................ Fayetteville, AR 72702

Basketball Information Head Coach: ............... John Pelphrey ..................................... (Kentucky ‘92) Record at Arkansas/Yrs. .................................... 37-28 / 2 years Overall Record/Yrs. .................................. 117-95 / 7 years Assistant Coaches Rob Evans ..... (New Mexico State ‘68) Tom Ostrom .............. (Minnesota ‘97) Isaac Brown ...........(NE Louisiana ‘95) Office Phone: ...........(479) 575-6389 Home Court: ........ Bud Walton Arena ................................ Capacity: 19,200 2008-09 Records: 14-16, 2-14 in SEC 2008-09 Post-Season ........................ SEC Tourn. 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 0/5 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 2/8

Series vs. UGA: Arkansas leads 15-8* Last Meeting: Mar. 1, 2009 in Fayetteville Arkansas 89, Georgia 67 *Excludes Georgia’s wins in 2002 and 2003, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 2 DILLARD (Exh.) Nov. 5 LEMOYNE-OWEN (Exh.) Nov. 13 ALCORN STATE Nov. 17 vs. Louisville Nov. 20 APPALACHIAN STATE Nov. 24 MORGAN STATE Nov. 27 EAST TENN. STATE Nov. 29 SOUTH ALABAMA Dec. 2 at Oklahoma Dec. 5 MISS. VALLEY STATE Dec. 7 DELAWARE STATE Dec. 16 ALABAMA STATE Dec. 19 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN Dec. 22 MISSOURI STATE Dec. 30 at Baylor Jan. 2 UAB Jan. 5 TEXAS Jan. 14 at Mississippi State Jan. 16 ALABAMA Jan. 21 FLORIDA Jan. 23 at Kentucky Jan. 28 MISSISSIPPI STATE Jan. 30 at Ole Miss Feb. 6 AUBURN Feb. 10 LSU Feb. 13 at Alabama Feb. 17 SOUTH CAROLINA Feb. 20 at Auburn Feb. 24 at LSU Feb. 27 VANDERBILT Mar. 3 at Tennessee Mar. 6 OLE MISS Mar. 11-14 SEC Tourn. @Nashville, Tenn.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name 00 4 12 14 15 31

Pos. Ht.

Michael Washington* F/C Courtney Fortson* G Marcus Britt G Stefan Welsh* G Rotnei Clarke* G Michael Sanchez* F Glenn Bryant F Jemal Farmer G/F Delvon Johnson F Julysses Nobles G Jeff Peterson G Marshawn Powell F

6-9 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-8 6-7 6-5 6-9 6-1 6-0 6-7

Auburn

February 3, 2010 in Athens ................... 7:00 p.m. (EST) (CSS)

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

239 180 198 185 184 236 190 213 220 170 192 220

Sr. So. Jr. Sr. So. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Fr.

15.5 14.8 3.7 11.5 12.2 5.9 -------------

Georgia Basketball

9.8 5.5 1.8 2.9 1.9 4.9 -------------

Jeff Lebo Head Coach

February 10, 2010 in Auburn .................... 9:00 p.m. (EST) (CSS)

Starters Lost Korvotney Barber (6-7, F) Rasheem Barrett (6-5, G) Quantez Robertson (6-3, G) Top Newcomers Kenny Gabriel (F, 6-8, So.) Andre Malone (G, 6-5, Fr.) Earnest Ross (G, 6-5, Fr.)

Tay Waller

General Information

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Series Information

Location: ........................Auburn, Ala. Founded: .................................. 1856 Enrollment: ........................... 24,137 Colors: Burnt Orange and Navy Blue Nickname: ............................. Tigers Conference: .................Southeastern ...............................(Western Division) President: .................. Dr. Jay Gogue Athletic Director: ............ Jay Jacobs

Series vs. UGA: Auburn leads 87-85* Last Meeting: Feb. 18, 2009 in Athens Georgia 59, Auburn 71 *Excludes Georgia’s 2003 win in Athens, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

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Sports Information Sports Info Director: ... Kirk Simpson Home Phone: ...........(334) 887-0839 Basketball SID: ...........Chuck Gallina Home Phone: ........... (334) 502-0929 Email: ................ chuckg@auburn.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(334) 844-9800 Press Row Phone: ....(334) 844-1933 Web Site: www.auburntigers.cstv.com Address: ....................... P.O. Box 351 ...................... Auburn, AL 36831-0351

Basketball Information Head Coach: ....................... Jeff Lebo .............................(North Carolina ‘89) Record at Auburn/Yrs. .................................... 81-76 / 5 years Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 196-139 / 11 years Assistant Coaches Bryan Bartley ......(Upsala College ‘89) Tim Craft ......................... (Florida ‘00) Ken Potosnak ..(Randolph-Macon ‘90) Office Phone: ...........(334) 844-9760 Home Court: .Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum................. Capacity: 10,500 2008-09 Records: 24-12, 10-6 in SEC 2008-09 Post-Season .....................................NIT 3rd Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 4/8

Nov. 6 MILES (Exh.) Nov. 13 NIAGARA Nov. 16 Missouri State Nov. 20 vs. UCF Nov. 21 vs. IUPUI Nov. 22 vs. N.C. State Nov. 25 HIGH POINT Dec. 1 at Alabama A&M Dec. 4 TROY Dec. 7 VIRGINIA Dec. 17 at Florida State Dec. 20 SAM HOUSTON ST. Dec. 22 ALABAMA STATE Dec. 29 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN Jan. 2 GEORGIA SOUTHERN Jan. 5 WEST GEORGIA Jan. 9 SOUTH CAROLINA Jan. 14 at Tennessee Jan. 16 KENTUCKY Jan. 20 at LSU Jan. 23 at Vanderbilt Jan. 28 MISSISSIPPI Jan. 30 ALABAMA Feb. 6 at Arkansas Feb. 10 GEORGIA Feb. 13 at Mississippi State Feb. 18 at Florida Feb. 20 ARKANSAS Feb. 24 at Mississippi Feb. 27 LSU Mar. 3 MISSISSIPPI STATE Mar. 6 at Alabama Mar. 11-14 SEC Tourn. @Nashville, Tenn.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown

McGehee, Ark. Montgomery, Ala. Madison, Ark. Newport News, Va. Verdigris, Okla. Springdale, Ark. Roseville, Mich. Chicago, Ill. Richton, Ill. Jackson, Miss. Hyattsville, Md. Cozet, Va.

No. Name 1 4 5 10 11 12 15 20 22 24 25 30 33 34 41

Andre Malone Lucas Hargrove Ty Armstrong Larry Williams, Jr. Josh Wallace DeWayne Reed* Tony Neysmith Frankie Sullivan Kenny Gabriel Tay Waller* Jake Drum Brandon Knox Earnest Ross Johnnie Lett Rob Chubb

Pos. Ht. G F F G G G G G F G F C G F C

6-5 6-6 6-9 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-5 6-1 6-8 6-2 6-5 6-10 6-5 6-8 6-10

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Cl.

PPG RPG

202 205 225 160 160 175 205 185 200 180 215 220 215 210 220

Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. So. So. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr.

--8.1 --0.4 --13.2 --7.6 --12.1 0.7 2.5 --2.8 ---

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--5.3 --0.1 --2.6 --1.9 --2.8 0.3 1.7 --3.4 ---

Hometown Atlanta, Ga. Pontiac, S.C. Melbourne, Fla. Birmingham, Ala. Pensacola, Fla. Houston, Texas Norcross, Ga. Uniontown, Ala. Charlotte, N.C. Manchester, Ga. Hoover, Ala. Georgetown, S.C. Cary, N.C. Mobile, Ala. Peachtree City, Ga.

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2010 Opponents

Florida

Florida Atlantic

January 27, 2010 in Gainesville .............. 7:00 p.m. (EST) (CSS) February 27, 2010 in Athens 4:00 p.m. (EST) (SEC Network)

December 23, 2009 in Athens .............................. 7:00 p.m. (EST)

Outlook

Starters Lost Nick Calathes (6-6, G) Walter Hodge (6-0, G) Top Newcomers Kenny Boynton (G, 6-2, Fr.) Vernon Macklin (F/C, 6-10, Jr.) Erik Murphy (F, 6-9, Fr.)

Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Billy Donovan Head Coach

Alex Tyus

Series Information

General Information Location: ..................Gainesville, Fla. Founded: .................................. 1853 Enrollment: ........................... 52,112 Colors: ................... Orange and Blue Nickname: ............................ Gators Conference: .................Southeastern ................................(Eastern Division) President: ........... Dr. Bernie Machen Athletic Director: .........Jeremy Foley

Sports Information Sports Info Director: . Steve McClain Office Phone: (352) 375-4683 x6100 Basketball SID: ......... Fred Demarest Home Phone: ........... (352) 316-5839 Email: .........fredd@gators.uaa.ufl.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(352) 375-4809 Press Row Phone: ....(352) 371-0281 Web Site: ...........www.gatorzone.com Address: ................... P.O. Box 14485 ................ Gainesville, FL 32604-2485

Basketball Information Head Coach: ................ Billy Donovan .................................. (Providence ‘87) Record at Florida/Yrs. .............................. 310-126 / 14 years Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 345-146 / 15 years Assistant Coaches Larry Shyatt ...................(Wooster ‘73) Rob Lanier ....... (St. Bonaventure ‘90) Richard Pitino ........... (Providence ‘05) Office Phone: ...........(352) 375-4683 Home Court: Stephen C. O’Connell Center ..................... Capacity: 12,000 2008-09 Records: ..25-11, 9-7 in SEC 2008-09 Post-Season ...................... NIT Tourn. Quarterfinals Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 2/4 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................. 3/10

Series vs. UGA: Florida leads 102-95* Last Meeting: Feb. 14, 2009 in Athens Georgia 88, Floirda 86 *Excludes one UGA win each in 2002 and 2003, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Nov. 2 ST. LEO UNIVERSITY Nov. 9 WEBBER INTERNATIONAL Nov. 15 STETSON Nov. 18 GEORGIA SOUTHERN Nov. 20 TROY Nov. 24 FLORIDA STATE Nov. 27 vs. Michigan State Nov. 28 vs. UMass/Rutgers Dec. 1 FLORIDA A&M Dec. 4 at Jacksonville Dec. 10 vs. Syracuse Dec. 19 vs. Richmond Dec. 22 SOUTH ALABAMA Dec. 28 AMERICAN Dec. 30 PRESBYTERIAN Jan. 3 at N.C. State Jan. 9 at Vanderbilt Jan. 12 KENTUCKY Jan. 16 LSU Jan. 21 at Arkansas Jan. 23 SOUTH CAROLINA Jan. 27 GEORGIA Jan. 31 at Tennessee Feb. 4 at Alabama Feb. 6 MISSISSIPPI STATE Feb. 10 at South Carolina Feb. 13 XAVIER Feb. 18 AUBURN Feb. 20 at Ole Miss Feb. 23 TENNESSEE Feb. 27 at Georgia Mar. 2 VANDERBILT Mar. 7 at Kentucky Mar. 11-14 SEC Tourn. @Nashville, Tenn.

1 3 4 11 14 20 21 23 25 30 32 33 40

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Eloy Vargas Ray Shipman Kenny Boynton Erving Walker* Adam Allen Kyle McClanahan Dan Werner* Alex Tyus* Chandler Parsons* Kenny Kadji Vernon Macklin Erik Murphy Hudson Fricke

Pos. Ht. F/C G/F G G F G F F F F/C F/C F G

6-10 6-5 6-2 5-8 6-8 6-1 6-8 6-8 6-9 6-10 6-10 6-9 6-1

Wt.

Cl.

215 210 183 171 222 185 230 220 215 248 240 217 193

So. So. Fr. So. RSo. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. RJr. Fr. Jr.

PPG RPG 0.6 3.8 --10.1 --0.6 8.9 12.5 9.2 4.4 ----0.0

Georgia Basketball

Shavar Richardson

Series Information

General Information Location: ................ Boca Raton, Fla. Founded: .................................. 1961 Enrollment: ........................... 26,000 Colors: ........................ Blue and Red Nickname: ............................... Owls Conference: .........................Sun Belt President: ..............Dr. John Pritchett Athletic Director: ........Craig Angelos

2009-10 Schedule

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name

Mike Jarvis Head Coach

Starters Lost Paul Graham III (6-5, G) Carderro Nwoji (5-11, G) Top Newcomers Greg Gantt (G, 6-2, Fr.) Andre Mattison (F, 6-7, Fr.) DeMonte Simpson (F, 6-9, Fr.)

Sports Information Sports Info Director: Katrina McCormack Office Phone: ...........(561) 297-3163 Basketball SID: ......... Justin Johnson Office Phone: ........... (561) 302-0461 Email: .................... jjohn218@fau.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(561) 297-3499 Press Row Phone: ....(561) 297-4092 Web Site: ............. fausports.cstv.com Address: ................ 777 Glades Road ........................ Boca Raton, FL 33441

Basketball Information Head Coach: .................... Mike Jarvis ............................... (Northeastern ‘68) Record at FAU/Yrs. ........................................ 6-26 / 1 year Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 369-228 / 21 years Assistant Coaches Mike Jarvis II....................(Boston ‘92) Matt McCall ..................... (Florida ‘04) Tim Kaine .....................(Winthrop ‘02) Office Phone: ...........(561) 297-0097 Home Court: ....................FAU Arena .................................. Capacity: 5,000 2008-09 Records:6-26, 2-16 in Sun Belt 2008-09 Post-Season .................. Sun Belt Tourn. 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 3/2 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 7/4

Series vs. UGA:.....Georiga leads 1-0 Last Meeting: Nov. 25, 2003 in Athens Georgia 99, Florida Atlantic 84

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 10 Nov. 13 Nov. 16 Nov. 21 Nov. 23 Nov. 27 Nov. 30 Dec. 10 Dec. 12 Dec. 14 Dec. 19 Dec. 23 Dec. 27 Dec. 29 Jan. 2 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Mar. 3-9

LYNN UNIVERSITY (Exh.) FLORIDA TECH at Southeastern Louisiana at American at Manhattan at USF ALBANY NY WARNER SOUTHERN at Louisiana-Lafayette at New Orleans vs. Miami at Georgia at Maryland HOFSTRA SOUTH ALABAMA TROY LOUISIANA-MONROE at Western Kentucky at Middle Tennessee State ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK ARKANSAS STATE at South Alabama FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL at North Texas at Denver at Florida International at Troy WESTERN KENTUCKY MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE Sun Belt Conference Championship @Hot Springs, Ark.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown

0.7 Moca, D.R. 2.1 Miramar, Fla. --- Pompano Beach, Fla. 1.5 Brooklyn, N.Y. --Milton, Fla. 0.3 Maitland, Fla. 4.9 Middleton, N.J. 6.2 St. Louis, Mo. 5.57 Casselberry, Fla. 2.7 Douala, Cameroon --Portsmouth, Va. --- South Kingstown, R.I. 0.0 Greenville, S.C.

No. Name 1 2 3 4 5 12 21 22 23 35 40 50 52 55

Shavar Richardson Raymond Taylor Chris Watson* Andre Mattison Alex Tucker* Dylan O’Sullivan Jordan McCoy Greg Gantt Sanchez Hughley Darren Stewart Brett Royster* DeMonte Simpson Kore White Justin Davis

Pos. Ht. G G F F G G F G F G F F F C

6-3 5-6 6-6 6-7 5-11 6-3 6-6 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-8 6-9 6-8 6-10

Wt.

Cl.

180 145 210 220 165 170 185 205 210 210 235 270 245 250

So. Fr. So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. RJr. Fr. Jr. Fr. RSo. RSo.

PPG RPG 11.8 --4.2 --6.1 ----------7.1 -------

2009-10 Media Guide

Hometown

3.6 Brooklyn, N.Y. --Plantation, Fla. 3.7 Daytona Beach, Fla. --Washington, D.C. 3.1 San Pedro, Calif. --- Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. --Orlando, Fla. --Gainesville, Fla. --Orlando, Fla. --- Pembroke Pines, Fla. 5.3 Arlington, Texas --Knoxville, Tenn. --- Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. --Jacksonville, Fla.


2010 Opponents

Georgia Tech

Illinois

January 5, 2010 in Athens ................... 7:00 p.m. (EST) (CSS)

December 19, 2009 in Duluth, Ga. ...............7:00 p.m. (EST) (ESPNU)

Outlook

Paul Hewitt Head Coach

D’Andre Bell

Starters Lost Lewis Clinch (6-3, G) Top Newcomers Derrick Favors (G, 6-10, Fr.) Brian Oliver (F, 6-6, Fr.) Glen Rice, Jr. (G, 6-5, Fr.) Mfon Udofia (G, 6-2, Fr.)

Series Information

General Information Location: ........................ Atlanta, Ga. Founded: .................................. 1885 Enrollment: ........................... 19,404 Colors: ...............Old Gold and White Nickname: ................Yellow Jackets Conference: ................ Atlantic Coast President: ....Dr. G.P. “Bud” Peterson Athletic Director: ....Dan Radakovich

Sports Information Sports Info Director: .. Dean Buchan Office Phone: ...........(404) 894-5445 Basketball SID: ............ Mike Stamus Mobile Phone: .......... (404) 295-8703 Email:mstamus@athletics.gatech.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(404) 894-1248 Press Row Phone: ....(404) 894-5458 Web Site: ....... ramblinwreck.cstv.com Address: 150 Bobby Dodd Way, N.W. ......................Atlanta, GA 30332-0455

Basketball Information Head Coach: .................... Paul Hewitt ............................(St. John Fisher ‘85) Record at Georgia Tech/Yrs. ................................ 154-131 / 9 years Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 220-158 / 12 years Assistant Coaches Peter Zaharis ......(New York Univ. ‘87) John O’Connor ........ (Penn State ‘83) Darryl LaBarrie ......(Georgia Tech ‘01) Office Phone: ...........(404) 894-5425 Home Court: ..... Alexander Memorial Coliseum................... Capacity: 9,191 2008-09 Records: 12-19, 2-14 in ACC 2008-09 Post-Season ....................................................None Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 1/4 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................. 4/10

Series vs. UGA:....Tech leads 101-84 Last Meeting: Jan. 6, 2009 in Atlanta Georgia 62, Georgia Tech 67

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 8 INDIANA UNIVERSITY (PA) Nov. 14 FLORIDA A&M Nov. 19 vs. Dayton Nov. 20 @Puerto Rico Tip-Off Nov. 22 @Puerto Rico Tip-Off Nov. 27 MERCER Dec. 2 SIENA Dec. 5 USC Dec. 14 at Chattanooga Dec. 16 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF Dec. 20 FLORIDA STATE Dec. 22 KENNESAW STATE Dec. 29 WINSTON-SALEM STATE Jan. 2 at Charlotte Jan. 5 at Georgia Jan. 9 DUKE Jan. 13 at Virginia Jan. 16 at North Carolina Jan. 19 CLEMSON Jan. 24 at Florida State Jan. 28 WAKE FOREST Jan. 30 KENTUCKY STATE Feb. 4 at Duke Feb. 6 N.C. State Feb. 10 at Miami Feb. 13 at Wake Forest Feb. 16 NORTH CAROLINA Feb. 20 at Maryland Feb. 27 BOSTON COLLEGE Mar. 2 at Clemson Mar. 6 VIRGINIA TECH Mar. 11-14 ACC Tourn. @Greensboro, N.C.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name 0 1 3 4 5 10 11 13 14 24 31 33 34 35 41 44

Mfon Udofla Iman Shumperet Maurice Miller Nick Foreman Daniel Miller Lance Storrs Brian Oliver D’Andre Bell Derrick Favors Kammeon Holsey Gani Lawal Derek Craig Brad Sheehan Zachery Peacock Glen Rice, Jr. Sam Shew

Pos. Ht. G G G G C G F G/F F F F G C F G F

6-2 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-11 6-5 6-6 6-6 6-10 6-8 6-9 6-4 7-0 6-8 6-5 6-5

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

187 209 189 208 252 221 220 222 246 209 234 196 235 234 195 190

Fr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Jr.

--10.6 5.8 1.7 --4.1 --6.6 ----15.1 0.6 2.1 9.2 --0.0

Georgia Basketball

Bruce Weber Head Coach

Demetri McCamey

General Information Location: ...... Urbana-Champaign, Ill. Founded: .................................. 1867 Enrollment: ........................... 42,326 Colors: ................... Orange and Blue Nickname: ................... Fighting Illini Conference: .......................... Big Ten President: ............... B. Joseph White Athletic Director: ........Ron Guenther

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ......Kent Brown Mobile Phone: ..........(217) 493-9795 Basketball SID: ......... Derrick Burson Mobile Phone: .......... (217) 766-7315 Email: ..................burson@illinois.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(217) 333-5540 Press Row Phone: ....(217) 333-1227 Web Site: ......... www.fightingillini.com Address: ................. Bielfeldt Athletics .........................Administraton Building ......................... 1700 South Fourth St. .......................... Champaign, IL 61820

Basketball Information Head Coach: ................. Bruce Weber ................. (Wisconsin-Milwaukee ‘78) Record at Illinois/Yrs. .................................. 152-57 / 6 years Overall Record/Yrs. ............................... 255-111 / 11 years Assistant Coaches Wayne McClain ..............(Bradley ‘77) Jay Price ........................ (Kansas ‘91) Jerrance Howard ............. (Illinois ‘04) Office Phone: ...........(217) 333-3400 Home Court: .............. Assembly Hall ................................ Capacity: 16,618 2008-09 Records:24-10, 11-7 in Big Ten 2008-09 Post-Season ............ NCAA Tournament, 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 5/8

Starters Lost Chester Frazier (6-2, G) Trent Meacham (6-2, G) Top Newcomers Joseph Bertrand (G, 6-5, Fr.) Tyler Griffey (F, 6-9, Fr.) Brandon Paul (G, 6-4, Fr.) D.J. Richardson (G, 6-3, Fr.)

Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Series Information Series vs. UGA:Illinois leads 5-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 6, 2009 in Chicago Georgia 42, Illinois 76

2009-10 Schedule Oct. 16 ILLINI MADNESS (Exh.) ORANGE AND BLUE (Exh.) Oct. 25 Oct. 30 MISSOURI SOUTHERN (Exh.) Nov. 8 QUINCY (Exh.) Nov. 13 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE Nov. 17 NORTHERN ILLINOIS Nov. 21 PRESBYTERIAN Nov. 24 WOFFORD Nov. 27 vs. Utah Nov. 28 vs. Oklahoma St./Bradley Dec. 2 at Clemson Dec. 5 BOISE STATE Dec. 8 VANDERBILT Dec. 13 WESTERN MICHIGAN Dec. 19 vs. Georgia Dec. 23 vs. Missouri Dec. 30 NORTHWESTERN Jan. 2 vs. Gonzaga Jan. 5 IOWA Jan. 9 at Indiana Jan. 12 PENN STATE Jan. 16 at Michigan State Jan. 19 PURDUE Jan. 23 at Northwestern Jan. 27 at Penn State Jan. 30 INDIANA Feb. 3 at Iowa Feb. 6 MICHIGAN STATE Feb. 9 at Wisconsin Feb. 14 OHIO STATE Feb. 20 at Purdue Feb. 23 at Michigan Feb. 27 MINNESOTA Mar. 2 at Ohio State Mar. 6 WISCONSIN Mar. 11-14 Big 10 Tourn.@Indianapolis

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown

--- Stone Mountain, Ga. 3.9 Oak Park, Ill. 2.0 Memphis, Tenn. 1.1 Bellaire, Texas --Loganville, Ga. 2.0 Decatur, Ga. --New Castle, Del. 2.1 Los Angeles, Calif. --Atlanta, Ga. --Sparta, Ga. 9.5 Norcross, Ga. 0.4 Spring, Texas 1.8 Latham, N.Y. 4.8 Miami, Fla. --Marietta, Ga. 0.0 Decatur Ga.

No. Name 1 2 3 15 21 23 24 30 32 33 42 50 54

D.J. Richardson Joseph Bertrand Brandon Paul Bubba Chisholm Stan Simpson Dominique Keller Mike Davis* Bill Cole Demetri McCamey* Alex Legion Tyler Griffey Richard Semrau Mike Tisdale*

Pos. Ht. G G G F C F F F G G F C C

6-3 6-5 6-3 5-11 6-9 6-7 6-9 6-9 6-3 6-5 6-9 6-10 7-1

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

175 195 175 180 225 230 210 215 205 200 220 240 235

Fr. Fr. Fr. Sr. RFr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. RJr. Jr.

------0.3 --5.9 11.3 1.6 11.5 3.5 --1.4 10.2

2009-10 Media Guide

------0.1 --2.3 8.1 0.8 2.6 1.5 --1.5 4.0

Hometown Peoria, Ill. Sterling, Ill. Gurnee, Ill. Champaign, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Port Arthur, Texas Alexandria, Va. Peoria, Ill. Bellwood, Ill. Detroit, Mich. Wildwood, Mo. Grafton, Ohio Riverton, Ill.

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2010 Opponents

Jacksonville State

Kentucky

November 27, 2009 in Athens ...............................7:00 p.m. (EST)

January 9, 2010 in Lexington 4:00 p.m. (EST) (SEC Network) March 3, 2010 in Athens 8:00 p.m. (EST) (SEC Network)

Outlook Players Coaches

Starters Lost DeAndre Bray (5-6, PG) Geddes Robinson (6-5, F) Jonathan Toles (6-2, G) Top Newcomers Trenton Marshall (G/F, 6-5, Jr.) Dominique Shellman (F, 6-1, So.) Jay-R Strowbridge (G, 6-0, Jr.) Sean Thurston (F, 6-7, Jr.)

Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

James Green Head Coach

Nick Murphy

General Information Location: ................Jacksonville, Ala. Founded: .................................. 1883 Enrollment: ............................. 8,957 Colors: ...................... Red and White Nickname: .................... Gamecocks Conference: .................... Ohio Valley President: ......Dr. William A. Meehan Athletic Director: .......... Oval Jaynes

Series Information Series vs. UGA: Georgia leads 1-0 Last Meeting: Nov. 9, 2007 in Athens Georgia 107, Jacksonville State 65

2009-10 Schedule

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ....... Greg Seitz Office Phone: ...........(256) 782-5279 Basketball SID: ...... Josh Underwood Mobile Phone: .......... (256) 453-0545 Email: ................ underwood@jsu.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(256) 782-5958 Press Row Phone: ....(256) 782-5528 Web Site:www.jsugamecocksports.com Address: ......700 Pelham Road North ........................Jacksonville, AL 36265

Basketball Information Head Coach: .................James Green ...................................(Mississippi ‘83) Record at Jacksonville St./Yrs. .................................... 11-17 / 2 years Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 178-177 / 12 years Assistant Coaches Kyle Roane.............(Southern Miss ‘94) Mike Smith ...............(New Orleans ‘90) Scotty Fletcher.........(William Carey ‘07) Office Phone: ...........(256) 782-5535 Home Court: Pete Mathews Coliseum .................................. Capacity: 5,500 2008-09 Records: 11-17, 5-13 in Ohio Valley 2008-09 Post-Season ..............Ohio Valley Tourn. 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 3/2 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 4/6

Nov. 9 WEST GEORGIA (Exh.) Nov. 14 WEST ALABAMA Nov. 17 UAB Nov. 21 GEORGIA SOUTHERN Nov. 24 at Southeastern Louisiana Nov. 27 at Georgia Dec. 1 CHATTANOOGA Dec. 5 TENNESSEE-TECH Dec. 12 REINHARDT COLLEGE Dec. 15 NORFOLK STATE Dec. 21 NICHOLLS STATE Dec. 29 at Ole Miss Jan. 2 at Eastern Illinois Jan. 4 at Southeast Missouri State Jan. 7 EASTERN KENTUCKY Jan. 9 MOREHEAD STATE Jan. 14 at Murray State Jan. 16 at UT-Martin Jan. 21 TENNESSEE STATE Jan. 23 AUSTIN PEAY Jan. 28 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI ST. Jan. 30 EASTERN ILLINOIS Feb. 2 at Tennessee State Feb. 4 at Morehead State Feb. 6 at Eastern Kentucky Feb. 11 UT-MARTIN Feb. 13 MURRAY STATE Feb. 15 at Austin Peay Feb. 20 BRACKETBUSTERS Feb. 27 at Tennessee Tech Mar. 2, 5-6 Ohio Valley Tourn. @Nashville, Tenn.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name 2 4 5 13 14 21 22 23 32 33

82

Pos. Ht.

Stephen Hall F Dominique Shellman G Jay-R Strowbridge G Nick Murphy G Jeremy Bynum* G John Barnes G Amadou Mbodji* F Trenton Marshall G/F Sean Thurston F Jacques Leeds F

6-6 6-1 5-11 6-4 6-2 6-0 6-11 6-5 6-7 6-8

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

225 180 185 195 179 185 225 225 200 205

So. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

7.0 ----10.0 12.9 2.4 4.3 ----2.1

Georgia Basketball

John Calipari Head Coach

Patrick Patterson

Starters Lost Jodie Meeks (6-4, G) Michael Porter (6-3, G) Top Newcomers Eric Bledsoe (G, 6-1, Fr.) DeMarcus Cousins (F, 6-10, Fr.) Jon Hood (G, 6-6, Fr.) John Wall (G, 6-3, Fr.)

Series Information

General Information Location: .....................Lexington, Ky. Founded: .................................. 1865 Enrollment: ........................... 27,000 Colors: ......................Blue and White Nickname: ..........................Wildcats Conference: .................Southeastern ................................(Eastern Division) President: ................. Dr. Lee T. Todd Athletic Director: .......Mitch Barnhart

Sports Information Sports Info Dir.: ......DeWayne Peevy Office Phone: ...........(859) 227-1779 Asst. Basketball SID:... John Hayden Mobile Phone: .......... (859) 559-9399 Email: ..............john.hayden@uky.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(859) 323-4310 Press Row Phone: ....(859) 252-3602 Web Site: ..........www.ukathletics.com Address: .............338 Lexington Ave., ..................................Joe Craft Center ...........................Lexington, KY 40506

Basketball Information Head Coach: ................. John Calipari .........................................(Clarion ‘82) Record at Kentucky/Yrs. ....................................... 0-0 / 1st year Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 445-140 / 17 years Assistant Coaches John Robic.....................(Denison ‘86) Orlando Antigua .........(Pittsburgh ‘95) Rod Strickland ...................... (DePaul) Office Phone: ...........(859) 257-1916 Home Court: .................. Rupp Arena ................................ Capacity: 23,000 2008-09 Records: ..22-14, 8-8 in SEC 2008-09 Post-Season .................... SEC Tourn. Quarterfinals Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 8/7

Series vs. UGA: Kentucky leads 110-22* Last Meeting: Mar. 4, 2009 in Lexington Georgia 90, Kentucky 85 *Excludes two UGA wins in 2002, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2009-10 Schedule Oct. 16 BIG BLUE MADNESS (Exh.) Oct. 28 BLUE/WHITE (Exh.) Nov. 2 CAMPBELLSVILLE (Exh.) Nov. 6 CLARION (Exh.) Nov. 13 MOREHEAD STATE Nov. 16 MIAMI UNIVERSITY Nov. 19 SAM HOUSTON STATE Nov. 21 RIDER Nov. 24 vs. Cleveland State Nov. 26 @Cuncun Challenge Nov. 30 UNC-Asheville (@Louisville) Dec. 5 NORTH CAROLINA Dec. 9 vs. Connecticut Dec. 12 at Indiana Dec. 19 AUSTIN PEAY Dec. 21 DREXEL Dec. 23 LONG BEACH STATE Dec. 29 HARTFORD Jan. 2 LOUISVILLE Jan. 9 GEORGIA Jan. 12 at Florida Jan. 16 at Auburn Jan. 23 ARKANSAS Jan. 26 at South Carolina Jan. 30 VANDERBILT Feb. 2 OLE MISS Feb. 6 at LSU Feb. 9 ALABAMA Feb. 13 TENNESSEE Feb. 16 at Mississippi State Feb. 20 at Vanderbilt Feb. 25 SOUTH CAROLINA Feb. 27 at Tennessee Mar. 3 at Georgia Mar. 7 FLORIDA Mar. 11-14 SEC Tourn. @Nashville, Tenn.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown

4.3 Birmingham, Ala. --Memphis, Tenn. --Huntsville, Ala. 5.3 Bronx, N.Y. 3.6 Oxford, Ala. 1.0 Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 5.2 Dakar, Senegal --Garyville, La. --Bloomington, Minn. 1.6 Baltimore, Md.

No. Name 1 3 4 5 11 12 15 21 24 33 34 54 55

Darius Miller Darnell Dodson Jon Hood Ramon Harris* John Wall Mark Krebs DeMarcus Cousins Perry Stevenson* Eric Bledsoe Daniel Orton DeAndre Liggins Patrick Patterson* Josh Harrellson

Pos. Ht. G G G G/F G G F F G G G F F

6-7 6-7 6-6 6-7 6-4 6-5 6-11 6-9 6-1 6-10 6-6 6-9 6-10

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

223 215 195 218 195 208 260 207 190 255 202 235 265

So. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Jr.

5.3 15.7 --5.5 --0.2 --7.8 ----4.2 17.9 3.6

2009-10 Media Guide

Hometown

3.1 Maysville, Ky. 5.6 Greenbelt, Md. --Madisonville, Ky. 3.9 Anchorage, Alaska --Raleigh, N.C. 0.3 Newport, Ky. --Mobile, Ala. 5.9 Lafayette, La. --Birmingham, Ala. --- Oklahoma City, Okla. 2.8 Chicago, Ill. 9.3 Hutington, W. Va. 2.5 St. Charles, Mo.


2010 Opponents LSU

Ole Miss

March 6, 2010 in Baton Rouge ..... 5:00 p.m. (EST) (FSN)

January 13, 2010 in Athens ..... 8:00 p.m. (EST) (SEC Network)

Outlook

Trent Johnson Head Coach

Tasmin Mitchell

General Information

Starters Lost Chris Johnson (6-11, C) Garrett Temple (6-6, G) Marcus Thornton (6-8, F) Top Newcomers Aaron Dotson (G, 6-4, Fr.) Dennis Harris (F, 6-10, Fr.) Eddie Ludwig (F, 6-9, Fr.)

Series Information

Location: ............... Baton Rouge, La. Founded: .................................. 1860 Enrollment: ........................... 25,896 Colors: .................... Purple and Gold Nickname: ............................. Tigers Conference: .................Southeastern ...............................(Western Division) President: ........Dr. John V. Lombardi Athletic Director: ..............Joe Alleva

Series vs. UGA:..... LSU leads 59-38* Last Meeting: Feb. 4, 2009 in Athens Georgia 62, LSU 80 *Excludes Georgia’s 2002 win in Baton Rouge and 2003 win in Athens, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Sports Info Director: Michael Bonnette Office Phone: ...........(225) 578-8226 Basketball SID: ............C. Kent Lowe Mobile Phone: .......... (225) 241-4360 Email: .........................clowe@lsu.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(225) 578-1861 Press Row Phone: ....(225) 578-8226 Web Site: ............ www.lsusports.com Address: ................... P.O. Box 25095 ...................... Baton Rouge, LA 70894

Basketball Information Head Coach: ............... Trent Johnson ..................................(Boise State ‘86) Record at LSU/Yrs. ........................................ 27-8 / 1 year Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 187-129 / 11 years Assistant Coaches Donnie Guerinoni............(Nevada ‘01) Keith Richard ..................... (ULM ‘82) Brent Scott ...........................(Rice ‘03) Office Phone: ...........(225) 578-8217 Home Court: Pete Maravich Assembly Center .................... Capacity: 13,215 2008-09 Records: ...27-8,13-3 in SEC 2008-09 Post-Season .....................NCAA Tourn. 2nd Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 3/2 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 5/7

Nov. 13 LOUISIANA-MONROE Nov. 16 INDIANA ST. Nov. 17 NIT SEASON TIP-OFF Nov. 23 NIT SEASON TIP-OFF Dec. 1 LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE Dec. 12 NORTHWESTERN ST. Dec. 14 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA Dec. 17 NICHOLLS STATE Dec. 19 RICE Dec. 22 at Washington St. Dec. 29 at Xavier Jan. 2 UTAH Jan. 4 MCNEESE ST. Jan. 9 ALABAMA Jan. 13 at South Carolina Jan. 16 at Florida Jan. 20 AUBURN Jan. 23 OLE MISS Jan. 27 at Alabama Jan. 30 at Mississippi State Feb. 4 TENNESSEE Feb. 6 KENTUCKY Feb. 10 at Arkansas Feb. 13 at Vanderbilt Feb. 20 MISSISSIPPI STATE Feb. 24 ARKANSAS Feb. 27 at Auburn Mar. 4 at Ole Miss Mar. 6 GEORGIA Mar. 11-14 SEC Tourn. @Nashville, Tenn.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) 1 3 4 5 11 12 13 15 20 24 30

Tasmin Mitchell* Garrett Green Chris Bass Malcolm White Bo Spencer* Aaron Dotson Eddie Ludwig Dennis Harris Zach Kinsley Storm Warren Alex Farrer

Pos. Ht. F F G F G G F F G/F F G

6-7 6-10 6-0 6-7 6-1 6-4 6-9 6-10 6-5 6-7 6-5

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

235 235 180 217 185 195 205 195 200 220 205

Sr. So. So. RJr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Sr.

21.1 --0.8 --11.4 ------0.7 2.0 1.7

Georgia Basketball

Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Series Information

General Information Location: ...................... Oxford, Miss. Founded: .................................. 1848 Enrollment: ........................... 17,601 Colors: .Cardinal Red and Navy Blue Nickname: ............................ Rebels Conference: .................Southeastern ...............................(Western Division) Chancellor: ................ Dr. Dan Jones Athletic Director: ........... Pete Boone

2009-10 Schedule

Sports Information

No. Name

Andy Kennedy Head Coach

Chris Warren

Starters Lost David Huertas (6-5, G) Malcolm White (6-9, F) Top Newcomers Reginald Buckner (F, 6-8, Fr.) DeAngelo Riley (F, 6-9, Jr.) Nick Williams (G, 6-4, So.)

Sports Information Sports Info Director: Langston Rogers Office Phone: ...........(662) 915-7522 Basketball SID: ............... Joey Jones Mobile Phone: .......... (662) 816-7512 Email: ................... joeyj@olemiss.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(662) 915-7006 Press Row Phone: ....(662) 236-1931 Web Site: .....www.olemisssports.com Address: ....................... P.O. Box 217 .......................... University, MS 38677

Basketball Information Head Coach: ...............Andy Kennedy .............................................(UAB ‘91) Record at Ole Miss/Yrs. .................................... 61-39 / 3 years Overall Record/Yrs. .................................... 82-52 / 4 years Assistant Coaches Michael White ............... (Ole Miss ‘00) Owen Miller .......... (Miss. College ‘94) Torrey Ward .........................(UAB ‘01) Office Phone: ...........(662) 915-7534 Home Court: .......... C.M. “Tad” Smith Coliseum................... Capacity: 9,061 2008-09 Records: ..16-15, 7-9 in SEC 2008-09 Post-Season ....................................................None Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................. 4/10

Series vs. UGA:Georgia leads 63-38* Last Meeting: Feb. 21, 2009 in Oxford Georgia 47, Ole Miss 69 *Excludes Georgia’s 2002 win in Athens and 2003 win in Oxford, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 6 AU-MONTGOMERY (Exh.) Nov. 13 UALR Nov. 16 ALABAMA STATE Nov. 19 vs. Indiana Nov. 20 @Puerto Rico Tip-Off Nov. 22 @Puerto Rico Tip-Off Nov. 29 TEXAS A&M-CORPUS CHRISTI Dec. 2 at Arkansas State Dec. 5 SOUTHERN MISS Dec. 12 MCNEESE STATE Dec. 16 at UTEP Dec. 19 CENTENARY Dec. 23 at West Virginia Dec. 29 JACKSONVILLE STATE Jan. 5 UCF Jan. 9 MISSISSIPPI STATE Jan. 13 at Georgia Jan. 16 at Tennessee Jan. 20 SOUTH CAROLINA Jan. 23 at LSU Jan. 28 at Auburn Jan. 30 ARKANSAS Feb. 2 at Kentucky Feb. 6 ALABAMA Feb. 11 at Mississippi State Feb. 18 VANDERBILT Feb. 20 FLORIDA Feb. 24 AUBURN Feb. 27 at Alabama Mar. 4 LSU Mar. 6 at Arkansas Mar. 11-14 SEC Tourn. @Nashville, Tenn.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown

5.5 Denham Springs, La. --- Woodland Hills, Calif. 1.1 Baton Rouge, La. --Baton Rouge, La. 2.9 Baton Rouge, La. --Seattle, Wash. --Metairie, La. --Jonesboro, Ga. 0.4 Baton Rouge, La. 1.8 Monroe, La. 0.8 Phoenix, Ariz.

No. Name 1 2 3 5 12 14 20 23 24 31 32 34 44 52

Terrance Henry Reginald Buckner Will Bogan Michael Halford Chris Warren Eniel Polynice Nick Williams Trevor Gaskins Terrico White* Murphy Holloway* Zach Graham* Kevin Catinol DeAngelo Riley DeAundre Cranston

Pos. Ht. F F G G G G G G G F G F F F

6-9 6-8 6-1 6-3 5-10 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-7 6-6 6-10 6-9 6-9

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

192 210 167 185 165 225 211 204 211 225 225 248 235 251

So. Fr. So. RFr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. So. Jr. So. Jr. Sr.

4.2 --5.9 --19.6 10.7 --5.9 13.7 8.4 8.5 0.8 --3.1

2009-10 Media Guide

Hometown

3.6 Monroe, La. --Memphis, Tenn. 1.5 Caldwell, Idaho --Ridgeland, Miss. 1.5 Orlando, Fla. 5.3 Sarasota, Fla. --Mobile, Ala. 1.5 Alpharetta, Ga. 3.4 Memphis, Tenn. 6.6 Irmo, S.C. 3.1 Suwanee, Ga. 0.7 Guadeloupe, W. Indies --Memphis, Tenn. 4.2 Orlando, Fla.

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2010 Opponents Miss. State

Missouri

January 16, 2010 in Starkville ..... 3:00 p.m. (EST) (ESPN2)

January 2, 2010 in Columbia ............................... 4:00 p.m. (EST)

Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Rick Stansbury Head Coach

Barry Stewart

Starters Lost 0 Top Newcomers Wendell Lewis (C, 6-8, Fr.) Renardo Sidney (F, 6-10, Fr.) Shaunessy Smith (G, 6-6, Fr.)

Series Information

General Information Location: .................. Starkville, Miss. Founded: .................................. 1878 Enrollment: ........................... 18,601 Colors: .................Maroon and White Nickname: ......................... Bulldogs Conference: .................Southeastern ...............................(Western Division) President: .........Dr. Mark E. Keenum Athletic Director: ............Greg Byrne

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ... Mike Nemeth Office Phone: ...........(662) 235-3595 Basketball SID: ................Gregg Ellis Home Phone: ........... (769) 218-1055 Email: ....gellis@athletics.msstate.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(662) 325-3654 Press Row Phone: ....(662) 325-3776 Web Site: ...www.mstateathletics.com Address: Humphrey Coliseum-Room 202 ...............................55 Coliseum Drive ............... Mississippi State, MS 39672

Basketball Information Head Coach: .............. Rick Stansbury .............................(Campbellsville ‘82) Record at Mississippi State/Yrs. .............................. 231-128 / 11 years Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 231-128 / 11 years Assistant Coaches Robert Kirby..........(Pan American ‘83) Phil Cunningham (Campbellsville ‘90) Marcus Grant ... (Mississippi State ‘95) Office Phone: ...........(662) 325-3800 Home Court: .....Humphrey Coliseum ................................ Capacity: 10,500 2008-09 Records: ..23-13, 9-7 in SEC 2008-09 Post-Season ...................... NCAA Tourn. 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 0/5 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 4/7

Series vs. UGA:Miss. St. leads 50-47* Last Meeting: Mar. 12, 2009 in Tampa, Fla. (SEC Tour.) Georgia 60, Mississippi State 79 *Excludes Georgia’s 2002 and 2003 wins, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2009-10 Schedule Oct. 31 OKLAHOMA CITY (Exh.) Nov. 7 GEORGETOWN, KY (Exh.) Nov. 13 RIDER Nov. 19 SE LOUISIANA Nov. 21 BETHUNE-COOKMAN Nov. 24 TEXAS PAN-AMERICAN Nov. 27 vs. Richmond Nov. 28 @South Padre Invitational Dec. 5 ST. BONAVENTURE Dec. 10 vs. DePaul Dec. 12 at UCLA Dec. 16 WRIGHT STATE Dec. 19 at Houston Dec. 22 at Centenary Dec. 28 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ST. Dec. 31 at San Diego Jan. 4 at Western Kentucky Jan. 9 at Ole Miss Jan. 14 ARKANSAS Jan. 16 GEORGIA Jan. 23 at Alabama Jan. 28 at Arkansas Jan. 30 LSU Feb. 3 at Vanderbilt Feb. 6 at Florida Feb. 11 OLE MISS Feb. 13 AUBURN Feb. 16 KENTUCKY Feb. 20 at LSU Feb. 24 ALABAMA Feb. 27 at South Carolina Mar. 3 at Auburn Mar. 6 TENNESSEE Mar. 11-14 SEC Tourn. @Nashville, Tenn.

1 2 3 4 5 10 12 15 20 21 22 24 25 30 32 33 45 50

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Renardo Sidney Ravern Johnson* Dee Bost* Twany Beckham Romero Osby Shaunessy Smith Charles Parker Riley Benock Taylor Luczak Baxter Price Barry Stewart* Kodi Augustus Phil Turner* Wendell Lewis Jarvis Varnado* Brandon Bolen Elgin Bailey John Riek

Pos. Ht. F G G G F G G G F G G F G C F G F F

6-10 6-7 6-2 6-5 6-8 6-6 5-10 6-4 6-8 5-8 6-3 6-8 6-3 6-8 6-9 6-3 6-8 7-1

Wt. 260 175 170 190 230 195 154 180 220 145 170 220 170 240 230 195 265 242

Cl.

Fr. Jr. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

PPG RPG --12.1 10.9 1.6 4.1 ----2.3 0.4 --12.4 6.2 8.5 --12.9 0.2 3.9 ---

Georgia Basketball

--3.1 3.6 1.5 2.6 ----0.9 0.3 --3.8 3.4 5.5 --8.8 0.1 2.4 ---

J.T. Tiller

General Information Location: .................... Columbia, Mo. Founded: .................................. 1839 Enrollment: ........................... 28,477 Colors: ............... Old Gold and Black Nickname: ............................. Tigers Conference: ............................ Big 12 President: ..................... Gary Forsee Athletic Director: .............Mike Alden

Sports Information Sports Info Director: .....Chad Moller Office Phone: ...........(573) 882-0712 Basketball SID: ............. David Reiter Mobile Phone: .......... (573) 424-8740 Email: ............... reiterd@missouri.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(573) 882-4720 Press Row Phone: ....(573) 882-1442 Web Site: ............. www.mutigers.com Address: ..... Suite 200, Mizzou Arena .........................One Champions Drive .......................... Columbia, MO 65211

Basketball Information Head Coach: .............. Mike Anderson ........................................... (Tulsa ‘82) Record at Missouri/Yrs. .................................... 65-35 / 3 years Overall Record/Yrs. .................................. 154-76 / 6 years Assistant Coaches Melvin Watkins ... (UNC-Charlotte ‘77) T.J. Cleveland ............. (Arkansas ‘02) Matt Zimmerman ......... (Arkansas ‘90) Office Phone: ...........(573) 882-3463 Home Court: ............... Mizzou Arena ................................ Capacity: 15,061 2008-09 Records: 31-7, 12-4 in Big12 2008-09 Post-Season ..................NCAA Tourn. Quarterfinals Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 3/2 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................. 4/10

Series Information Series vs. UGA:.... Missouri leads 2-0 Last Meeting: Jan. 3, 2009 in Athens Georgia 76, Missouri 83

2009-10 Schedule Oct. 23 BLACK & GOLD (Exh.) Nov. 6 TRUMAN ST. (Exh.) Nov. 13 NW MISSOURI ST. (Exh.) Nov. 17 TENNESSEE-MARTIN Nov. 22 vs. TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN Nov. 24 vs. CHATTANOOGA Nov. 27 vs. Old Dominion Nov. 28 @South Padre Island Invitational Dec. 2 at Vanderbilt Dec. 5 OREGON Dec. 9 at Oral Roberts Dec. 12 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON Dec. 19 ARKANSAS-PINE BLUFF Dec. 23 at Illinois Dec. 27 AUSTIN PEAY Dec. 30 UMKC Jan. 2 GEORGIA Jan. 6 SAVANNAH STATE Jan. 9 KANSAS STATE Jan. 13 at Texas Tech Jan. 16 at Oklahoma Jan. 23 NEBRASKA Jan. 25 at Kansas Jan. 30 OKLAHOMA STATE Feb. 3 TEXAS A&M Feb. 6 at Colorado Feb. 10 IOWA STATE Feb. 13 at Baylor Feb. 17 TEXAS Feb. 20 at Nebraska Feb. 24 COLORADO Feb. 27 at Kansas State Mar. 2 at Iowa State Mar. 6 KANSAS Mar. 10-13 Big 12 Champ. @Kansas City, Mo.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter)

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name

Mike Anderson Head Coach

Starters Lost DeMarre Carroll (6-8, F) Matt Lawrence (6-7, G) Leo Lyons (6-9, F) Top Newcomers Mike Dixon (G, 6-1, Fr.) Tyler Stone (F, 6-7, Fr.) Jon Underwood (F, 6-9, Fr.)

Hometown

Jackson, Miss. Lyon, Miss. Concord, N.C. Louisville, Ky. Meridian, Miss. Macon, Miss. McKinney, Texas Battletown, Ky. Glens Falls, N.Y. Fort Pearl, Miss. Shelbyville, Tenn. Baton Rouge, La. Grenada, Miss. Selma, Ala. Brownsville, Tenn. Madison, Miss. New Orleans, La. Khartoum, Sudan

No. Name 3 4 10 11 12 15 21 23 24 25 32 33 35

Miguel Paul J.T. Tiller* Mike Dixon Zaire Taylor* Marcus Denmon Keith Ramsey Laurence Bowers Justin Safford Kim English Jarrett Sutton Steve Moore Tyler Stone Jon Underwood

Pos. Ht. G G G G G F F F G G C F F

6-1 6-3 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-9 6-8 6-8 6-6 6-3 6-9 6-7 6-9

Wt.

Cl.

172 200 175 189 185 210 205 230 200 190 264 225 190

So. Sr. Fr. Sr. So. Sr. So. Jr. So. Jr. So. Fr. Fr.

PPG RPG 3.0 8.4 --6.7 6.0 3.6 3.2 3.4 6.5 1.8 1.1 -----

2009-10 Media Guide

Hometown

0.9 Lakeland, Fla. 3.4 Marietta, Ga. --Kansas City, Mo. 3.0 Staten Island, N.Y. 2.2 Kansas City, Mo. 2.7 Murfreesboro, Tenn. 2.1 Memphis, Tenn. 2.0 Bloomington, Ill. 1.6 Baltimore, Md. 0.3 Kansas City, Mo. 1.3 Kansas City, Mo. --Memphis, Tenn. --Phoenix, Ariz.


2010 Opponents

New Orleans

UNCAsheville

November 13, 2009 in Athens ...............................7:00 p.m. (EST)

Nov. 24 in Athens ............... 7:00 p.m. (EST) (CSS)

Outlook Players

Joe Pasternack Head Coach

Billy Humphrey

Starters Lost Kyndall Dykes (6-3, F) T.J. Worley (6-4, F) Top Newcomers Billy Humphrey (G, 6-3, Sr.) Devin McDonald (G, 6-0, Jr.)

Series Information

General Information Location: ............... New Orleans, La. Founded: .................................. 1958 Enrollment: ........................... 11,200 Colors: ............Royal Blue and Silver Nickname: ....................... Privateers Conference: .........................Sun Belt ................................(Western Division) President: .................... Dr. Tim Ryan Athletic Director: ..............Mike Bujol

Sports Information Sports Info Director: Rob Broussard Office Phone: ...........(504) 280-7027 Basketball SID: ......... Rob Broussard Cell Phone: ............... (504) 628-3895 Email: ...................rbrouss1@uno.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(504) 280-3977 Press Row Phone: ....(504) 280-3883 Web Site: ..... www.unoprivateers.com Address: ......... 6801 Franklin Avenue ...................... New Orleans, LA 70122

Basketball Information Head Coach: ............. Joe Pasternack ........................................ (Indiana ‘99) Record at New Orleans/Yrs. .................................... 30-32 / 3 years Overall Record/Yrs. .................................... 30-32 / 3 years Assistant Coaches Bill Lewit ...................... (Salisbury ‘91) Reggie Frilot ............... (Southern ‘75) Derrick Jones................ (Samford ‘01) Office Phone: ...........(504) 280-7026 Home Court: ............Lakefront Arena .................................. Capacity: 8.933 2008-09 Records:11-19, 6-12 in Sun Belt 2008-09 Post-Season ....... Sun Belt Tournament First Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 4/6

Series vs. UGA:.....Georgia leads 2-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 18, 1987 in Athens Georgia 81, New Orleans 77

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 13 Nov. 19 Nov. 21 Nov. 25 Nov. 29 Dec. 2 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 14 Dec. 17 Dec. 21 Dec. 22 Dec. 23 Dec. 31 Jan. 2 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 11 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Mar. 6-9

at Georgia SOUTHERN-NEW ORLEANS TEXAS STATE MOBILE at N.C. State at Tulane HOUSTON BAPTIST at Southern FLORIDA ATLANTIC at Troy vs. Southern Mississippi vs. North Florida vs. Canisius MIDDLE TENNESSEE FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL at Denver at North Texas UALR at Louisiana-Lafayette LOUISIANA-MONROE at Middle Tennessee at Western Kentucky SOUTH ALABAMA ARKANSAS STATE NORTH TEXAS at Louisiana-Monroe DENVER at Arkansas State at UALR Sun Belt Conference Tourn. @Hot Springs, Ark.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name 0 4 5 13 14 15 22 23 31 34 45 55

Carl Blair Johann Mpondo Destin Damachoua Jaroslav Tyrna* Charles Carmouche* Devin McDonald Quincy Diggs Lenny Harmon Billy Humphrey Obi Ikeakor Ejike Hart* J.L. Lewis

Pos. Ht. G F G C G G G G G F F F

6-2 6-8 6-1 6-10 6-2 6-0 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-8 6-8 6-8

Wt.

Cl.

205 230 185 225 175 185 195 210 195 260 225 220

Fr. So. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Fr.

PPG RPG --2.3 2.3 6.5 3.5 --------2.8 2.8 ---

Georgia Basketball

Eddie Biedenbach Head Coach

John Williams

General Information Location: ....................Asheville, N.C. Founded: .................................. 1927 Enrollment: ............................. 3,500 Colors: ......................Blue and White Nickname: ......................... Bulldogs Conference: .......................Big South President: ...............Dr. Anne Ponder Athletic Director: ............Janet Cone

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ........Mike Gore Office Phone: ...........(828) 251-6923 Basketball SID: ............ Everett Hutto Mobile Phone: .......... (828) 545-1121 Email: .....................ehutto@unca.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(828) 251-6386 Press Row Phone: ....(828) 251-6387 Web Site: ......www.uncabulldogs.com Address: ....... One University Heights .................Justice Center, CPO #2600 ................ Asheville, N.C. 28804-8513

Basketball Information Head Coach: ......... Eddie Biedenbach ................... (North Carolina State ‘68) Record at UNC-Asheville/Yrs. .............................. 191-202 / 13 years Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 210-253 / 16 years Assistant Coaches Nick McDevitt.......(UNC-Asheville ‘01) Brett Carey .........(UNC-Asheville ‘02) Kotie Kimble .... (Coastal Carolina ‘07) Office Phone: ...........(828) 251-6826 Home Court: .............. Justice Center .................................. Capacity: 1,100 2008-09 Records:15-16, 10-8 in Big South 2008-09 Post-Season ................ Big South Tourn. 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 2/8

Starters Lost Reid Augst (6-6, G/F) Jason Ridenhour (6-6,F) Top Newcomers Jaron Lane (G, 6-4, Fr.) Josh Selligson (G, 6-2, Fr.) Austin Alecxih (G/F, 6-5, Fr.) D.J. Cunningham (C, 6-10, Fr.)

Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Series Information Series vs. UGA:Georgia leads 3-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 19, 1988 in Athens Georgia 109, UNC-Asheville 65

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 9 Nov. 13 Nov. 17 Nov. 21 Nov. 24 Nov. 27 Nov. 30 Dec. 5 Dec. 13 Dec. 15 Dec. 18 Dec. 21 Dec. 30 Jan. 2 Jan. 4 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 4 Feb. 6 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 16 Feb. 23 Feb. 27 Mar. 2,4,6

BREVARD (Exh.) at Charlotte at Tennessee CAMPBELL at Georgia FURMAN at Kentucky at Gardner-Webb MONTREAT CATAWBA BLUEFIELD WOFFORD at Western Carolina at Radford at High Point COASTAL CAROLINA CHARLESTON SOUTHERN at VMI at Liberty WINTHROP PRESBYTERIAN HIGH POINT RADFORD at Charleston Southern at Coastal Carolina LIBERTY VMI at Presbyterian at Winthrop GARDNER-WEBB Big South Conference Championship

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown

--Houston, Texas 3.9 Douala, Cameroon 1.0 Paris, France 4.9 Prague, Czech Rep. 2.4 New Orleans, La. --Houston, Texas --Wichita, Kan. --Lake Charles, La. --Chicago, Ill. 1.6 Houston, Texas 4.8 Lagos, Nigeria --Gonzales, La.

No. Name 2 4 5 10 11 12 15 22 23 24 33 35 42 44 50

Matt Dickey* Chris Stephenson Jaron Lane J.P. Primm Josh Seligson Madison Davis Sean Smith* Austin Alecxih John Williams* Terrence Turner D.J. Cunningham Quinard Jackson Eric Stubbs Sean Hobbs Jeremy Harn

Pos. Ht. G G G G G G G G F F C F C C F

6-1 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-10 6-5 6-8 7-2 6-8

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

180 200 170 195 170 160 200 190 215 210 240 240 225 260 230

So. So. Fr. So. Fr. RFr. Sr. Fr. RJr. RFr. Fr. So. Jr. So. RFr.

10.9 3.8 --9.0 ----10.8 --12.9 ----2.0 3.9 0.3 ---

2009-10 Media Guide

Hometown

3.2 Trussville, Ala. 2.1 Punta Gorda, Fla. --Greenville, N.C. 2.6 Dickson, Tenn. --Raleigh, N.C. --Waynesville, N.C. 4.1 Stockholm, Sweden --Columbia, Penn. 6.6 Raleigh, N.C. --Fayetteville, Ga. --Waterford, Ohio 1.6 W. Palm Beach, Fla. 3.4 W. Palm Beach, Fla. 0.1 Columbus, Ohio --Chapel Hill, N.C.

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2010 Opponents Pepperdine

St. John’s

December 30, 2009 in Athens ....................... 7:00 p.m. (EST)

SEC / Big East Invitational December 9, 2009 in New York, N.Y. .....................7:00 p.m. (EST) (ESPN2)

Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records

Tom Asbury Head Coach

History Media Info

Mychel Thompson

Starters Lost Ryan Holmes (6-1, G) Top Newcomers Tanner Kerry (F/C, 6-9, Fr.) Josh Lowery (G, 6-2, Fr.) Caleb Willis (G, 6-2, Fr.)

Series Information

General Information Location: ...................... Malibu, Calif. Founded: .................................. 1937 Enrollment: ............................. 8,000 Colors: .......Blue, Orange, and White Nickname: ............................ Waves Conference: ....................West Coast President: ............ Andrew K. Benton Athletic Director: ....Dr. John Watson

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ....Roger Horne Office Phone: ...........(310) 506-4455 Basketball SID: .............Roger Horne Mobile Phone: .......... (805) 279-4551 Email: .. roger.horne@pepperdine.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(310) 506-4322 Press Row Phone: ....(310) 456-5050 Web Site: www.pepperdinesports.com Address: ... 24255 Pacific Coast Hwy. ................................Malibu, CA 90263

Basketball Information Head Coach: ................... Tom Asbury ..................................... (Wyoming ‘68) Record at Pepperdine/Yrs. .................................. 134-82 / 7 years Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 219-170 / 13 years Assistant Coaches Marty Wilson .............(Pepperdine ‘89) Damin Lopez ...........(Pepperdine ‘94) Will Kimble ................(Pepperdine ‘04) Office Phone: ...........(310) 506-4161 Home Court: ....Firestone Fieldhouse .................................. Capacity: 3,104 2008-09 Records: .. 9-23, 5-9 in WCC 2008-09 Post-Season .................... WCC Tourn. Quaterfinals Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 1/4 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................. 3/12

Series vs. UGA: Georgia leads 2-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 17, 2001 in Athens Georgia 91, Pepperdine 74

2009-10 Schedule Oct. 16 Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 17 Nov. 20 Nov. 23 Nov. 27 Nov. 28 Nov. 29 Dec. 5 Dec. 8 Dec. 10 Dec. 13 Dec. 18 Dec. 21 Dec. 23 Dec. 30 Jan. 3 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 11 Feb. 13 Feb. 18 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Mar. 5-8

BLUE & ORANGE MADNESS WESTMONT (Exh.) PACIFIC LONG BEACH STATE UC SAN DIEGO at UCLA vs. Hampton vs. Monmouth vs. Wyoming at Cal Poly FRESNO STATE CALIFORNIA BAPTIST PORTLAND STATE NEW MEXICO STATE at UC Irvine UTAH at Georgia MIAMI (Fla.) LOYOLA MARYMOUNT SANTA CLARA SAN FRANCISCO at Gonzaga at Portland SAINT MARY’S SAN DIEGO at Loyola Marymount at San Francisco at Santa Clara PORTLAND GONZAGA at Saint Mary’s at San Diego WCC Tourn. @Las Vegas, Nev.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name 1 3 4 10 11 15 20 22 23 25 33 41 44 45 50

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Dane Suttle, Jr. Keion Bell* Tanner Kerry Richard Branning Josh Lowery Mychel Thompson* Lorne Jackson Jonathan Dupre Caleb Willis Gus Clardy Don Martin Taylor Darby* Corbin Moore* Andy Shannon Denis Agre

Pos. Ht. G/F G F/C G G F G F G F G F C C C

6-6 6-3 6-9 6-2 6-2 6-7 6-2 6-8 6-2 6-8 6-4 6-8 6-10 7-0 6-8

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

210 200 225 160 190 200 205 205 215 225 205 220 240 245 240

So. So. Fr. So. Fr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. So. So. So. Jr.

6.3 12.9 --0.0 --9.6 6.6 4.4 --1.1 0.0 6.1 3.1 1.0 3.2

Georgia Basketball

Norm Roberts Head Coach

Anthony Mason, Jr.

Starters Lost 0 Top Newcomers Justin Brownlee (F, 6-7, Jr.) Dwight Hardy (G, 6-2, Jr.) Omari Lawrence (G/F, 6-4, Fr.)

Series Information

General Information Location: ...................... Queens, N.Y. Founded: .................................. 1870 Enrollment: ........................... 20,086 Colors: ...................... Red and White Nickname: ...................... Red Storm Conference: .........................Big East President: Rev. Donald J. Harrington Athletic Director: ...... Chris Monasch

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ......Mark Fratto Office Phone: ...........(718) 990-1520 Basketball SID: ...............Mark Fratto Office Phone: ........... (718) 990-6897 Email: ................ frattom@stjohns.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(718) 969-8468 Press Row Phone:.....(718) 990-5713 Press Row Phone:.....(212) 465-6536 Web Site: ...www.redstormsports.com Address:Room 157 Carnescca Arena .......................... 8000 Utopia Parkway .............................. Queens, NY 11439

Basketball Information Head Coach: ................Norm Roberts .......................... (Queens College ‘87) Record at St. John’s/Yrs. .................................... 64-85 / 5 years Overall Record/Yrs. .................................... 64-85 / 5 years Assistant Coaches Glenn Braica ..... (Queens College ‘88) Fred Quartlebaum .......(Fordham ‘89) Chris Casey ...(Western Conn. St. ‘86) Office Phone: ...........(718) 990-6225 Home Court: Carnesecca Arena/Madison Square Garden......Capacity: 5,602/19,786 2008-09 Records: ..16-18, 6-12 in Big East 2008-09 Post-Season College Basketball Invitational 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 0/5 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 3/9

Series vs. UGA:.................... Tied 1-1 Last Meeting: Mar. 25, 1983 in Syracuse, N.Y. Georgia 70, St. John’s 67

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 13 Nov. 17 Nov. 20 Nov. 27 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 5 Dec. 9 Dec. 13 Dec. 20 Dec. 21

LIU at Bonaventure BROWN vs. Siena vs. Temple STONY BROOK at Duke vs. Georgia vs. FORDHAM vs. HOFSTRA

Dec. 23 Dec. 31 Jan. 3 Jan. 9 Jan. 13 Jan. 17 Jan. 20 Jan. 23 Jan. 28 Feb. 2 Feb. 6 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 24 Feb. 27 Mar. 2 Mar. 5 Mar. 9-13

BRYANT at Georgetown PROVIDENCE at Louisville CINCINNATI DEPAUL at Connecticut VILLANOVA at Pittsburgh at Rutgers WEST VIRGINIA LOUISVILLE at Notre Dame SETON HALL at USF MARQUETTE PITTSBURGH at Syracuse at DePaul Big East Tourn. @New York, N.Y.

@ MADISON SQ. GARDEN HOLIDAY FESTIVAL

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown

2.2 Los Angeles, Calif. 4.7 Los Angeles, Calif. --Sydney, Australia 0.0 Menlo Park, Calif. --Phoenix, Ariz. 3.5 Ladera Ranch, Calif. 1.6 Simi Valley, Calif. 2.3 Houston, Texas --Stockbridge, Ga. 2.0 Nacogdoches, Texas 0.0 Gladstone, Mo. 6.1 San Marcos, Calif. 4.6 Cypress, Calif. 1.5 Carmichael, Calif. 3.6 Sofia, Bulgaria

No. Name 1 2 3 5 10 11 12 15 23 24 31 32 55

D.J. Kennedy* Anthony Mason, Jr. Malik Boothe* Sean Evans* Quincy Roberts Omari Lawrence Dwight Hardy Dele Coker Paris Horne* Justin Burrell* Malik Stith Justin Brownlee Rob Thomas

Pos. Ht. G/F F G F G G/F G F/C G F G F F

6-6 6-7 5-9 6-8 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-10 6-3 6-8 5-11 6-7 6-6

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

213 213 185 256 195 215 182 253 191 235 176 225 230

Jr. RSr. Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Jr. RJr.

13.0 14.0 6.4 10.3 5.0 ----2.3 14.6 9.0 ----6.1

2009-10 Media Guide

6.6 4.3 4.4 7.1 2.5 ----2.2 3.4 4.5 ----3.1

Hometown Pittsburgh, Pa. Memphis, Tenn. Queens, N.Y. Philadelphia, Pa. Harrisburg, Pa. Bronx, N.Y. Bronx, N.Y. Newburgh, N.Y. Middletown, Del. Bronx, N.Y. Hempstead, N.Y. Tifton, Ga. Harlem, N.Y.


2010 Opponents

St. Louis

South Carolina

December 2, 2009 in Athens .............................7:00 p.m. (EST)

January 30, 2010 in Columbia .............. 7:00 p.m. (EST) (FSN) February 13, 2010 in Athens 4:00 p.m. (EST) (SEC Network) Outlook

Rick Majerus Head Coach

Kwamain Mitchell

General Information

Starters Lost Tommie Liddell III (6-4, G) Kevin Lisch (6-2, G) Top Newcomers Justin Jordan (G, 5-9, Fr.) Jeff Reid (G, 6-4, Fr.) Jon Smith (F, 6-5, Fr.)

Series Information

Location: ..................... St. Louis, Mo. Founded: .................................. 1818 Enrollment: ........................... 12,733 Colors: ............Royal Blue and White Nickname: .......................... Billikens Conference: ..................... Atlantic 10 President: ...Rev. Lawrence J. Biondi Athletic Director: .............. Chris May

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ... Chuck Yahng Office Phone: ...........(314) 977-3462 Basketball SID: ............ Chuck Yahng Office Phone: ........... (314) 977-2524 Email: ...................... yahngc@slu.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(314) 977-3178 Press Row Phone: ....(314) 977-5212 Web Site: ......... www.slubillikens.com Address: ...............3330 Laclede Ave. ........................... St. Louis, Mo. 63103

Basketball Information Head Coach: ................. Rick Majerus ....................................(Marquette ‘70) Record at St. Louis/Yrs. .................................... 34-29 / 2 years Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 456-176 / 22 years Assistant Coaches Porter Moser ............... (Creighton ‘90) Chris Harriman ... (Augusta State ‘03) Alex Jensen ........................ (Utah ‘00) Office Phone: ...........(314) 977-3170 Home Court: ..............Chaifetz Arena ................................ Capacity: 10,600 2008-09 Records:18-14, 8-8 in Atlantic 10 2008-09 Post-Season Atlantic 10 Conference Championship Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 4/5

Series vs. UGA: This is the first meeting between UGA and St. Louis.

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 7 ST. AMBROSE (Exh.) Nov. 14 SE MISSOURI STATE Nov. 18 NEBRASKA Nov. 22 vs. KENNESAW STATE Nov. 24 vs. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ST. Nov. 27 vs. Iowa State Nov. 28 @Chicago Invitational Dec. 2 at Georgia Dec. 5 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Dec. 12 ROCKHURST Dec. 16 BELMONT Dec. 19 MISSOURI STATE Dec. 22 UMKC Dec. 29 EASTERN ILLINOIS Jan. 2 at Bowling Green Jan. 9 RICHMOND Jan. 13 at Duquesne Jan. 17 at Charlotte Jan. 20 FORDHAM Jan. 27 at George Washington Jan. 30 at Richmond Feb. 3 ST. BONAVENTURE Feb. 6 at La Salle Feb. 9 at Saint Joseph’s Feb. 13 DAYTON Feb. 17 RHODE ISLAND Feb. 21 at Massachusetts Feb. 24 XAVIER Feb. 27 DUQUESNE Mar. 3 TEMPLE Mar. 6 at Dayton Mar. 12-14 Atlantic 10 Tourn. @Atlantic City, N.J.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name 3 10 12 13 14 15 20 21 22 23 24 32 33

Kwamain Mitchell* Paul Eckerle Justin Jordan Femi John Brian Conklin* Christian Salecich Max Banchy Jon Smith Jeff Reid Kyle Cassity Cody Ellis Cory Remekun Willie Reed*

Pos. Ht. G G G G F G G F G G F F F

5-10 6-1 5-9 6-2 6-6 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-8 6-7 6-9

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

170 170 165 205 230 185 160 180 180 200 240 195 215

So. Jr. Fr. RFr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. So.

11.0 3.8 ----6.1 --------1.6 ----7.7

Georgia Basketball

Darrin Horn Head Coach

Devan Downey

Starters Lost Zam Fredrick (6-0, G) Top Newcomers Ramon Galloway (G, 6-2, Fr.) Lakeem Jackson (F, 6-5, Fr.) Johndre Jefferson (F, 6-9, Jr.) Stephen Spinella (G, 6-5, Fr.)

Series Information

General Information Location: ................... Columbia, S.C. Founded: .................................. 1801 Enrollment: ........................... 25,077 Colors: .................. Garnet and Black Nickname: .................... Gamecocks Conference: .................Southeastern ................................(Eastern Division) President: ........... Dr. Harris Pastides Athletic Director: ............Eric Hyman

Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Series vs. UGA: S. Carolina leads 46-43* Last Meeting: Mar. 7, 2009 in Athens Georgia 51, South Carolina 68 *Excludes Georgia’s 2003 and 2003 wins in Athens and Columbia, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2009-10 Schedule

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ....... Steve Fink Office Phone: ...........(803) 777-5204 Basketball SID: ........... Emily Feeney Office Phone: ........... (803) 777-7743 Email: .........efeeney@mailbox.sc.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(803) 777-2967 Press Row Phone: ....(803) 777-6182 Web Site: www.gamecocksonline.com Address: ..................Roost Building B .......................... 1322 Heyward Street ........................... Columbia, SC 29208

Basketball Information Head Coach: ....................Darrin Horn ......................(Westerm Kentucky ‘95) Record at South Carolina/Yrs. ...................................... 21-10 / 1 year Overall Record/Yrs. .................................. 132-58 / 6 years Assistant Coaches Neill Berry ..............(SE Louisiana ‘03) Cypheus Bunton .....(Western Ky. ‘95) Michael Boynton Jr. . (S. Carolina ‘04) Office Phone: ...........(803) 777-4197 Home Court: ....... Colonial Life Arena ................................ Capacity: 18,000 2008-09 Records: 21-10, 10-6 in SEC 2008-09 Post-Season ..................................... NIT 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 1/4 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 3/8

Nov. 5 KY. WESLEYAN (Exh.) Nov. 13 ALABAMA A&M Nov. 16 GEORGIA SOUTHERN Nov. 19 vs. La Salle Nov. 20 @Charleston Classic Nov. 22 @Charleston Classic Nov. 27 JACKSONVILLE Dec. 2 WESTERN KENTUCKY Dec. 6 at Clemson Dec. 16 RICHMOND Dec. 19 at Wofford Dec. 21 FURMAN Dec. 30 at Boston College Jan. 2 BAYLOR Jan. 5 LONGWOOD Jan. 9 at Auburn Jan. 13 LSU Jan. 16 VANDERBILT Jan. 20 at Mississippi Jan. 23 at Florida Jan. 26 KENTUCKY Jan. 30 GEORGIA Feb. 6 at Tennessee Feb. 10 FLORIDA Feb. 13 at Georgia Feb. 17 at Arkansas Feb. 20 TENNESSEE Feb. 25 at Kentucky Feb. 27 MISSISSIPPI STATE Mar. 3 ALABAMA Mar. 6 at Vanderbilt Mar. 11-14 SEC Tourn. @Nashville, Tenn.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown

3.2 Milwaukee, Wis. 0.6 Washington, Mo. --Fort Wayne, Ind. --St. Louis, Mo. 3.9 North Eugene, Ore. --- Gold Coast, Australia --Stillwater, Minn. --Columbus, Ohio --Topeka, Kan. 1.0 Tamaroa, Ill. --Perth, Australia --Dallas, Texas 4.6 Kansas City, Mo.

No. Name 1 2 5 12 14 21 24 25 30 31 32 44

Stephen Spinella Devan Downey* Brandis Raley-Ross Ramon Galloway Robert Wilder Dominique Archie* Mike Holmes* Austin Steed Lakeem Jackson Evaldas Baniulis Johndre Jefferson Sam Muldrow*

Pos. Ht. G G G G G G F/C F SF F F F

6-5 5-9 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-7 6-7 6-8 6-5 6-7 6-9 6-9

Wt.

Cl.

PPG RPG

190 175 193 175 185 200 230 215 215 210 205 216

Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. Jr.

--19.8 7.0 --0.2 10.9 10.8 3.9 --6.4 --5.6

2009-10 Media Guide

Hometown

--Colts Neck, N.J. 2.8 Chester, S.C. 2.6 Gastonia, N.C. ---Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. 0.2 Chapin, S.C. 6.4 Augusta, Ga. 7.7 Bishopville, S.C. 3.6 Hephzibah, Ga. --Charlotte, N.C. 2.6 Vilnius, Lithuania --Santee, S.C. 5.3 Florence, S.C.

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2010 Opponents Tennessee Outlook

Starters Lost 0 Top Newcomers Melvin Goins (G, 5-11, Jr.) Kenny Hall (F, 6-8, Fr.) Skylar McBee (G, 6-3, Fr.)

Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records

Bruce Pearl Head Coach

History Media Info

Tyler Smith

Series Information

General Information Location: .................. Knoxville, Tenn. Founded: .................................. 1794 Enrollment: ........................... 27,739 Colors: ................. Orange and White Nickname: ...................... Volunteers Conference: .................Southeastern ................................(Eastern Division) President: ...................Dr. Jan Simek Athletic Director: ....... Mike Hamilton

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ......... Bud Ford Mobile Phone: ..........(865) 567-6287 Basketball SID: ......... Tom Satkowiak Mobile Phone: .......... (865) 696-2897 Email: ........... tomsid@tennessee.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(865) 974-1269 Press Row Phone: ....(865) 544-0789 Web Site: .............. www.utsports.com Address: ................... P.O. Box 15016 ............................ Knoxville, TN 37996

Basketball Information Head Coach: ................... Bruce Pearl ............................(Boston College ‘82) Record at Tennessee/Yrs. .................................... 98-37 / 4 years Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 415-121 / 17 years Assistant Coaches Tony Jones (Concordia University ‘93) Steve Forbes (Southern Arkansas ‘88) Jason Shay ......................... (Iowa ‘95) Office Phone: ...........(865) 974-1206 Home Court: Thompson-Boling Arena ................................ Capacity: 21,678 2008-09 Records: 21-13, 10-6 in SEC 2008-09 Post-Season ...................... NCAA Tourn. 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 0/5 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................. 1/11

Series vs. UGA: Tennessee leads 89-49* Last Meeting: Feb. 11, 2009 in Knoxville Georgia 48, Tennessee 79 *Excludes two UGA wins in 2003, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2009-10 Schedule Oct. 30 NORTH ALABAMA (Exh.) LINCOLN MEMORIAL (Exh.) Nov. 4 Nov. 13 AUSTIN PEAY Nov. 17 UNC ASHEVILLE Nov. 20 vs. East Carolina Nov. 21 @Paradise Jam Nov. 22 @Paradise Jam Nov. 23 @Paradise Jam Nov. 27 COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON Dec. 2 ETSU Dec. 11 vs. Middle Tennessee St. Dec. 15 WYOMING Dec. 19 at USC Dec. 23 NORTH CAROLINA A&T Dec. 31 at Memphis Jan. 6 CHARLOTTE Jan. 10 KANSAS Jan. 14 AUBURN Jan. 16 MISSISSIPPI Jan. 19 at Alabama Jan. 23 at Georgia Jan. 27 VANDERBILT Jan. 31 FLORIDA Feb. 4 at LSU Feb. 6 SOUTH CAROLINA Feb. 9 at Vanderbilt Feb. 13 at Kentucky Feb. 17 GEORGIA Feb. 20 at South Carolina Feb. 23 at Florida Feb. 27 KENTUCKY Mar. 3 ARKANSAS Mar. 6 at Mississippi State Mar. 11-14 SEC Tourn. @Nashville, Tenn.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name

0 1 3 4 5 10 11 13 20 21 22 23 24 25 30 32 33

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Remaldo Woolridge Tyler Smith* Bobby Maze* Wayne Chism* Emmanuel Negedu Michael Hubert Quinn Cannington Skylar McBee Kenny Hall Melvin Goins Steven Pearl Cameron Tatum Josh Bone Josh Tabb J.P. Prince* Scotty Hopson* Brian Williams

Pos. Ht. G/F G/F G F/C F G G G F G F G G G G G C

6-8 6-7 6-3 6-9 6-7 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-8 5-11 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-7 6-10

Wt. 208 215 195 246 218 203 165 190 220 195 232 197 195 195 205 200 278

Virginia Tech

January 23, 2010 in Athens ................ 5:00 p.m. (EST) (FSN) February 17, 2010 in Knoxville 8:00 p.m. (EST) (SEC Network)

Cl.

So. Sr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr. So. Jr.

PPG RPG 2.6 17.4 8.2 13.7 1.9 0.5 0.8 ------0.4 7.6 0.0 3.4 9.9 9.2 5.0

Georgia Basketball

Seth Greenberg Head Coach

December 6, 2009 in Blacksburg, Va. ...........................................Time TBA

Starters Lost Cheick Diakite (6-9, C) A.D. Vassallo (6-7, G/F) Top Newcomers Manny Atkins (G/F, 6-7, Fr..) Ben Boggs (G, 6-4, Fr.) Erick Green (G, 6-4, Fr.) Cadarian Raines (F, 6-9, Fr.)

Jeff Allen

General Information

Series Information

Location: .................. Blacksburg, Va. Founded: .................................. 1872 Enrollment: ........................... 30,000 Colors: .............. Maroon and Orange Nickname: ............................ Hokies Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference ........................ (Coastal Division) President: ............Dr. Charles Steger Athletic Director: ........... Jim Weaver

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ......Dave Smith Office Phone: ...........(540) 231-6726 Basketball SID: ....................Bill Dyer Home Phone: ........... (540) 552-8461 Email: .......................... wdyer@vt.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(540) 231-6984 Press Row Phone: ....(540) 531-3048 Web Site: ........ www.hokiesports.com Address: 460 Jamerson Athletic Center ................Blacksburg, VA 24061-0502

Basketball Information Head Coach: .............Seth Greenberg ......................(Fairleigh Dickinson ‘78) Record at Virginia Tech/Yrs. .................................. 107-85 / 6 years Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 320-255 / 19 years Assistant Coaches Bill Courtney ................. (Bucknell ‘92) James Johnson ............. (Ferrum ‘93) Ryan Odom ... (Hampden-Sydney ‘96) Office Phone: ...........(540) 231-6725 Home Court: ......... Cassell Coliseum .................................. Capacity: 9,847 2008-09 Records: ..19-15, 7-9 in ACC 2008-09 Post-Season ....................................NIT 2nd Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................... 4/8

Series vs. UGA:.....Georgia leads 5-1 Last Meeting: Dec. 9, 2008 in Athens Georgia 67,Virginia Tech 66

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 15 BROWN Nov. 17 UNC GREENSBORO Nov. 23 vs. Campbell Nov. 27 vs. Temple Nov. 28 vs. Delaware Dec. 1 at Iowa Dec. 6 GEORGIA Dec. 9 VMI Dec. 12 at Penn State Dec. 19 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN Dec. 22 UMBC Dec. 30 LONGWOOD Jan. 2 vs. Seton Hall Jan. 10 at North Carolina Jan. 13 MIAMI Jan. 16 at Florida State Jan. 18 N.C. CENTRAL Jan. 23 BOSTON COLLEGE Jan. 28 at Virginia Jan. 31 at Miami Feb. 4 NORTH CAROLINA Feb. 6 CLEMSON Feb. 10 at N.C. State Feb. 13 VIRGINIA Feb. 16 WAKE FOREST Feb. 21 at Duke Feb. 24 at Boston College Feb. 27 MARYLAND Mar. 3 N.C. STATE Mar. 6 at Georgia Tech Mar. 11-14 ACC Tourn. @Greensboro, N.C.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown

1.3 Sherman Oaks, Calif. 5.8 Pulaski, Tenn. 2.4 Suitland, Md. 8.0 Jackson, Tenn. 1.7 Kaduna, Nigeria 0.5 Hendersonville, Tenn. 0.0 Knoxville, Tenn. --Rutledge, Tenn. --- Stone Mountain, Ga. --San Diego, Calif. 0.5 Knoxville, Tenn. 2.2 Lithonia, Ga. 0.0 Nashville, Tenn. 1.8 Carbondale, Ill. 4.2 Memphis, Tenn. 2.7 Hopkinsville, Ky. 5.6 Bronx, N.Y.

No. Name

0 1 3 4 5 11 14 21 23 24 25 32 33 42

Jeff Allen* Terrell Bell Allan Chaney Cadarain Raines Dorenzo Hudson* Erick Green Victor Davila Lewis Witcher Malcolm Delaney* Ben Boggs Manny Atkins Paul Debnam J.T. Thompson Gene Swindle Tom Amalfe Chris Panneton

Pos. Ht. F F F F G G F F G G G/F G F C G F

6-7 6-6 6-9 6-9 6-5 6-4 6-8 6-9 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-3 6-6 6-11 6-0 6-8

Wt. 230 205 235 230 220 185 245 218 170 200 200 195 210 260 170 215

Cl.

Jr. Jr. So. Fr. Jr. Fr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. Sr. Jr. RFr. Jr. So.

PPG RPG 13.7 2.3 ----4.6 --3.1 2.0 18.1 ----0.8 6.5 ----0.0

2009-10 Media Guide

Hometown

8.4 Washington, D.C. 2.7 Stone Mountain, Ga. --Baltimore, Md. --Petersburg, Va. 1.9 Charlotte, N.C. --Winchester, Va. 2.0 Canovanas, P.R. 1.4 Rocky Mount, Va. 4.0 Baltimore, Md. --Roanoke, Va. --- Stone Mountain, Ga. 0.2 Farmville, Va. 3.7 Monroe, N.C. --Miami, Fla. --Mountainside, N.J. 0.0 Fairfax, Va.


2010 Opponents Vanderbilt

Wofford

February 6, 2010 in Athens .............. 8:00 p.m. (EST) (FSN) February 25, 2010 in Nashville ......... 7:00 p.m. (EST) (ESPNU)

November 17, 2009 in Athens ............................. 7:00 p.m. (EST)

Starters Lost 0 Top Newcomers John Jenkins (G, 6-4, Fr.) Kevin Stallings Head Coach

Jermaine Beal

General Information Location: ..................Nashville, Tenn. Founded: .................................. 1873 Enrollment: ............................. 6,378 Colors: ......................Black and Gold Nickname: ..................Commodores Conference: .................Southeastern ................................(Eastern Division) Chancellor: ............ Nicholas Zeppos Athletic Director: ....David Williams II

Sports Information Sports Info Director: Rod Williamson Office Phone: ...........(615) 322-4121 Basketball SID: ..............Andy Boggs Home Phone: ........... (615) 828-8895 Email: .....andy.boggs@vanderbilt.edu SID Fax Phone: .........(615) 343-7064 Press Row Phone: ....(615) 320-0436 Web Site: .. www.vucommodores.com Address: ................. P.O. Box 120158 ............................Nashville, TN 37212

Basketball Information Head Coach: ...............Kevin Stallings ........................................ (Purdue ‘82) Record at Vanderbilt/Yrs. .............................. 189-128 / 10 years Overall Record/Yrs. .............................. 312-191 / 16 years Assistant Coaches Dan Muller ...............(Illinois State ‘98) King Rice ............(North Carolina ‘92) Tom Richardson....(St. Xavier [Ill.] ‘77) Office Phone: ...........(615) 322-6530 Home Court: .. Memorial Gymnasium ................................ Capacity: 14,316 2008-09 Records: ..19-12, 8-8 in SEC 2008-09 Post-Season ........................ SEC Tourn. 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 0/5 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................. 1/14

Series Information Series vs. UGA:Vanderbilt leads 80-46* Last Meeting: Feb. 25, 2009 in Athens Georgia 61, Vanderbilt 57 *Excludes Georgia’s 2002 and 2003 wins in Athens, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 10 ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE Nov. 16 LIPSCOMB Nov. 20 at Saint Mary’s Nov. 23 vs. Cincinnati @EA Sports Maui Invitational Nov. 24 Nov. 25 @EA Sports Maui Invitational Dec. 2 MISSOURI Dec. 5 DEPAUL Dec. 8 at Illinois Dec. 11 vs. Western Kentucky Dec. 19 TENNESSEE STATE Dec. 21 MERCER Dec. 30 MANHATTAN Jan. 2 SOUTHERN MISS Jan. 4 MIDDLE TENNESSEE ST. Jan. 9 FLORIDA Jan. 13 at Alabama Jan. 16 at South Carolina Jan. 23 AUBURN Jan. 27 at Tennessee Jan. 30 at Kentucky Feb. 3 MISSISSIPPI STATE Feb. 6 at Georgia Feb. 9 TENNESSEE Feb. 13 LSU Feb. 18 at Mississippi Feb. 20 KENTUCKY Feb. 25 GEORGIA Feb. 27 at Arkansas Mar. 2 at Florida Mar. 6 SOUTH CAROLINA Mar. 11-14 SEC Tourn. @Nashville, Tenn.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name 0 1 2 3 4 5 10 12 14 15 21 23 24 33 44 50

Jermaine Beal* Brad Tinsley* Charles Hinkle Festus Ezeli A.J. Ogilvy* Lance Goulbourne Chris Meriweather Jordan Smart Aaron Noll Elliott Cole Darshawn McClellan John Jenkins Andre Walker Steve Tchiengang* Jeffery Taylor* Joe Duffy

Pos. Ht. G G G/F C C G/F G G/F F G F G F F G/F F

6-3 6-3 6-6 6-11 6-11 6-8 6-0 6-6 6-7 5-11 6-7 6-4 6-7 6-9 6-7 6-8

Wt.

Cl.

205 210 195 255 250 225 180 180 220 180 240 215 200 240 210 225

Sr. So. RSo. RSo. Jr. So. Sr. RFr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. RSo. So. So. Jr.

PPG RPG 12.5 11.0 2.0 3.8 15.4 5.1 0.4 --0.7 0.3 2.1 --4.7 3.6 12.2 1.0

Georgia Basketball

Mike Young Head Coach

Junior Salters

General Information Location: .............. Spartanburg, S.C. Founded: .................................. 1854 Enrollment: ............................. 1,400 Colors: ............... Old Gold and Black Nickname: ........................... Terriers Conference: ........................Southern President: ....Dr. Benjamin B. Dunlap Athletic Director: ... Richard Johnson

Sports Information Sports Info Director: Brent Williamson Office Phone: ...........(864) 597-4093 Basketball SID: ...... Brent Williamson Mobile Phone: .......... (864) 809-8900 Email: ...... williamsondb@wofford.edu SID Fax Phone: ..........(864)597-4129 Press Row Phone: ....(864) 597-4487 Web Site: ....www.woffordterriers.com Address: ..... 429 North Church Street ...................... Spartanburg, SC 29303

Basketball Information Head Coach: ....................Mike Young ........................ (Emory and Henry ‘86) Record at Wofford/Yrs. .................................. 90-116 / 7 years Overall Record/Yrs. .................................. 90-116 / 7 years Assistant Coaches Paul Harrison(Washington and Lee ‘93) Mark Prosser ................... (Marist ‘02) Jay McAuley .................. (Georgia ‘06) Office Phone: ...........(864) 597-4117 Home Court: Benjamin Johnson Arena .................................. Capacity: 3,500 2008-09 Records:16-14, 12-8 in SoCon 2008-09 Post-Season .....................SoCon Tourn. 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret: ........................ 0/5 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ................. 2/11

Starters Lost 0 Top Newcomers Nathan Parker (F, 6-5, Fr.) Domas Rinksalis (F, 6-8, Fr.) Taylor Wagener (G, 6-2, Fr.)

Series Information

Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Series vs. UGA:.....Georgia leads 7-0 Last Meeting: Dec. 20, 2008 in Athens Georgia 74, Wofford 73 (OT)

2009-10 Schedule Nov. 13 Nov. 17 Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Nov. 24 Nov. 27 Nov. 28 Dec. 2 Dec. 4 Dec. 7 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 29 Dec. 30 Jan. 7 Jan. 9 Jan. 14 Jan. 16 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Jan. 30 Feb. 3 Feb. 6 Feb. 10 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 25 Feb. 27 Mar. 5-8

at Pittsburgh at Georgia LEES MCRAE vs. Bradley vs. Illinois vs. Southern University vs. Seattle at Western Carolina at Michigan State APPALACHIAN STATE NAVY SOUTH CAROLINA at UNC Asheville vs. Kent State @Cable Car Classic at UNC Greensboro at Elon GEORGIA SOUTHERN DAVIDSON at The Citadel at College of Charleston CHATTANOOGA FURMAN ELON UNC GREENSBORO at Furman at Samford at Davidson at Georgia Southern COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON THE CITADEL SoCon Tourn. @Charlotte, N.C.

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown

3.5 DeSoto, Texas 2.5 Oregon City, Ore. 0.9 Los Alamitos, Calif. 2.6 Benin City, Nigeria 7.1 Sydney, Australia 3.3 Brooklyn, N.Y. 0.0 Nashville, Tenn. --Lexington, Ky. 0.3 Fort Mitchell, Ky. 0.1 Memphis, Tenn. 3.0 Fresno, Calif. --Gallatin, Tenn. 4.7 Flossmoor, Ill. 3.2 Douala, Cameroon 6.2 Norrkoping, Sweden 1.2 Charlotte, N.C.

No. Name

1 2 3 5 10 12 15 21 22 25 33 35 41 42 50 53

Cameron Rundles Nathan Parker Junior Salters* Jamar Diggs Kevin Giltner Taylor Wagener Matt Steelman Drew Crowell Jason Dawson Joseph Tecklenburg Corey Godzinski* Brad Loesing* Tim Johnson* Noah Dahlman* Terry Martin Domas Rinksalis

Pos. Ht. G F G F F G G F G F G G F F F F

6-1 6-5 6-2 6-2 6-6 6-2 6-2 6-9 5-11 6-4 6-8 6-0 6-5 6-6 6-6 6-8

Wt. 185 195 190 185 190 185 180 220 175 200 210 180 235 215 235 235

Cl.

Jr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Fr. So. Jr. So. So. Sr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

PPG RPG ----15.0 --4.5 --0.4 2.3 5.7 0.8 7.0 5.3 10.0 17.8 4.3 ---

2009-10 Media Guide

Hometown

--Minneapolis, Minn. --Knoxville, Tenn. 3.7 Spartanburg, S.C. --Minneapolis, Minn. 1.3Kingston Springs, Tenn. --Charlotte, N.C. 0.0 Central, S.C. 1.5 Charleston, S.C. 1.9 Columbus, Ohio 0.2 Charleston, S.C. 1.9 Clermont, Fla. 2.2 Cincinnati, Ohio 8.7 Memphis, Tenn. 6.4 Braham, Minn. 3.1 Cincinnati, Ohio --Siauliai, Lithuania

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2010 SEC Tournament

Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

T

he 2010 Southeastern Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament returns to Nashville, Tenn., and the Sommet Center arena. It will mark the third time the 13-year-old facility has played host to this annual gathering. Opened in 1996 as the Nashville Arena, the Sommet Center has previously hosted the SEC Tournament in 2001 and 2006. It is also the home arena for the NHL’s Nashville Predators, as well as numerous entertainment acts that help make “Music City” a prominent destination for performers across a broad spectrum. The SEC Tournament was held in the state of Florida just once before, when the 1990 tourney took place in Orlando. The winner of the 11-game tournament receives the SEC’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The tournament seeds, conference championship and division titles are determined by the 16-game conference schedule during the regular season. Teams are seeded by their divisional finish and features Eastern Division-Western Division matchups in every game should the higher seed win each contest. Atlanta served as host of the inaugural SEC Tournament played after the 1932-33 season and did so again the next year. The event was held every year through 1952, except for 1935. After a 26-year layoff (1953-78), the tournament was renewed in 1979. The 2010 tournament will be the 52nd in league history and the 33rd since the renewal. The SEC has shown extraordinary balance in the tournament, evidenced by the fact that a different school won the first

The SEC Tournament returns to Nashville, Tenn., and the Sommet Center for the 2010 gathering. This will be the third time for the tournament at the 20,000-seat arena, which has played host to many other basketball events. It will mark the fifth time for Nashville as the host city to the SEC Tournament. seven titles after the renewal. The event has helped set the stage for SEC teams in the NCAA Tournament, as 22 of the last 30 tournament champions have advanced to at least the Sweet 16 with five of the last 14 going on to win the national championship. Since the renewal in 1979, the SEC Tournament Champion has failed to win at least one NCAA Tournament game only five times.

March 11-14, 2010 Thursday, March 11

Sommet Center Friday, March 12

Game 5 - 1:00 p.m.

Game 1 - 1:00 p.m. WESTERN #4

WESTERN #2

WESTERN #6

Game 7 - 3:15 p.m.

EASTERN #3 WESTERN #1 Game 6 - 7:30 p.m.

Game 2 - 7:30 p.m. EASTERN #4 EASTERN #6

EASTERN #2

Sunday, March 14

Game 9 - 1:00 p.m.

Game 3 - 3:15 p.m.

WESTERN #5

Nashville, Tennessee

Saturday, March 13

EASTERN #1 EASTERN #5

Kentucky leads the league with 25 SEC Tournament titles. Alabama is second with six, while Tennessee ranks third with four, Florida and Mississippi State with three, and Georgia has two championship trophies. Arkansas, Auburn, LSU, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt and former league member Georgia Tech have each won one SEC Tournament championship.

Game 10 - 3:15 p.m.

Game 11 Championship Game

NCAA TOURNAMENT

1:00 p.m.

REPRESENTATIVE All Times Eastern

Game 8 - 9:45 p.m.

Game 4 - 9:45 p.m. WESTERN #3 90

Georgia Basketball

2009-10 Media Guide


2010 NCAA Tournament Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Georgia Basketball

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Series Records vs. 2010 Opponents Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Alabama

1951-52

Alabama leads 88-46** • Games in Athens: Alabama leads 29-26 • Games in Tuscaloosa: Alabama leads 48-12** • Neutral-Site Games: Alabama leads 9-6 • SEC Tournament Games: Alabama leads 5-4

1952-53

Year 1921-22 1923-24 1929-30 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40

1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1944-45 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51

Ga.-Ala. Site 17 - 20 (H) 20 - 37 (SC) 26 - 29 (SC) 23 - 33 (H) 17 - 51 (A) 26 - 21 (H) 28 - 42 (A) 28 - 16 (H) 31 - 26 (H) 36 - 22 (A) 21 - 33 (A) 30 - 28 (N) 37 - 42 (A) 29 - 33 (H) 25 - 47 (A) 28 - 54 (A) 59 - 61 (H) 27 - 48 (A) 45 - 53 (H) 47 - 44 (H)(OT) 47 - 48 (A) 40 - 46 (A) 43 - 49 (H) 38 - 53 (A) 52 - 51 (N-Louis) 39 - 60 (A) 53 - 56 (H)

1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63

1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72

53 - 51 (H) 56 - 74 (A) 75 - 85 (H) 63 - 67 (A) 70 - 76 (H) 76 - 112 (A) 74 - 101 (H) 77 - 98 (A) 75 - 99 (H) 69 - 94 (A) 73 - 89 (A) 64 - 52 (H) 58 - 72 (H) 64 - 68 (A) 80 - 79 (N-Col.) 65 - 71 (A) 70 - 58 (N-Col.) 60 - 64 (A)(OT) 65 - 57 (N-Col.) 51 - 55 (A) 55 - 67 (N-Col.) 72 - 79 (A) 68 - 72 (N-Sav.) 61 - 67 (A) 59 - 61 (H) 49 - 47 (H) 70 - 72 (A) 67 - 72 (H)(2OT) 60 - 68 (A) 73 - 66 (A) 68 - 50 (H) 95 - 73 (H) 95 - 83 (A) 80 - 73 (A) 87 - 78 (H) 78 - 57 (H) 86 - 94 (A) 71 - 70 (A) 84 - 76 (H) 91 - 99 (H)

1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81

1981-82

1982-83 1983-84 1984-85

1985-86

1986-87 1987-88 1988-89

73 - 101 67 - 78 70 - 78 71 - 86 74 - 99 68 - 92 64 - 73 67 - 69 76 - 87 74 - 78 68 - 78 71 - 70 66 - 67 71 - 83 59 - 67 68 - 65 64 - 66 71 - 83 74 - 91 88 - 80 66 - 81 85 - 99 74 - 85 67 - 64 71 - 73 60 - 65 82 - 69 74 - 87 74 - 70 53 - 74 88 - 80 54 - 57 59 - 79 70 - 71 74 - 83 59 - 57 67 - 54 65 - 60 62 - 80

(A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H)(OT) (A) (H)(OT) (A) (H)(OT) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H)(OT) (H) (A) (N) (A) (H) (N) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (N) (H) (A) (N) (H) (A)(OT) (A) (H) (H) (A)

1989-90

62 - 79 (A) 75 - 64 (H) 1990-91 62 - 67 (A) 73 - 68 (H) 1991-92 65 - 68 (H) 1992-93 73 - 70 (A) 1993-94 77 - 78 (H) 1994-95 72 - 58 (A) 57 - 68 (N) 1995-96 68 - 55 (H) 1996-97 83 - 74 (A) 1997-98 78 - 71 (H) 1998-99 59 - 58 (A) 58 - 65 (N) 1999-00 75 - 59 (H) 2000-01 68 - 76 (A) 2001-02 72 - 77 (H) 2002-03 74 - 69** (A) 2003-04 45 - 47 (H) 2004-05 47 - 75 (A) 2005-06 88 - 79 (H) 2006-07 76 - 78 (A) 2007-08 61 - 54 (H) 2008-09 70 - 75 (A) **2003 win later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Alabama-Birmingham Georgia leads 2-0 • Games in Athens: 0-0 • Games in Birmingham: 0-0 • Neutral-Site Games: Georgia leads 2-0 Year Ga.-UAB Site 1981-82 76 - 72 (N) 1987-88 85 - 66 (N)

Georgia and Arkansas have faced each other seven times in the SEC Tournament, most recently for the 2008 championship on the home court of Georgia Tech.

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Series Records vs. 2010 Opponents 1915-16

Arkansas Arkansas leads 15-10** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 6-3** • Games in Fayetteville: Arkansas leads 6-2** • Neutral-Site Games: Arkansas leads 6-2 • SEC Tournament Games: Arkansas leads 5-2 Year 1991-92

Ga.-Ark. Site 87 - 78 (H) 60 - 73 (N) 1992-93 79 - 97 (A) 60 - 65 (N) 1993-94 65 - 74 (H) 83 - 95 (N) 1994-95 82 - 84 (A) 1995-96 71 - 59 (H) 1996-97 74 - 79 (A) 65 - 63 (N) 1997-98 86 - 70 (H) 1998-99 79 - 82 (A) 1999-00 54 - 74 (H) 64 - 71 (N) 2000-01 57 - 72 (A) 2001-02 81 - 67** (H) 2002-03 81 - 64** (A) 2003-04 71 - 50 (H) 2004-05 47 - 62 (A) 2005-06 57 - 74 (H) 67 - 80 (N) 2006-07 67 - 64 (A) 2007-08 82 - 69 (H) 66 - 57 (N) 2008-09 67 - 89 (A) **Wins in 2002 and 2003 later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

1916-17 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21

1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40

1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1944-45

Auburn Georgia leads 87-86** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 57-22** • Games in Auburn: Auburn leads 55-22 • Neutral-Site Games: Auburn leads 9-8 • SEC Tournament Games Georgia 5, Auburn 3 Year 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14

Ga.-Aub. 20 - 34 48 - 37 40 - 35 21 - 56 26 - 24 40 - 19 92 - 12 80 - 16

Site

1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51

(H) (A)

1951-52 1952-53

(H) (H)

Georgia Basketball

46 81 45 90 20 22 31 29 31 29 32 39 31 35 16 32 33 40 37 49 25 39 42 43 30 31 24 22 21 33 26 26 21 27 43 29 32 48 48 39 36 28 41 32 51 59 59 38 37 44 60 41 74 55 47 54 46 68 49 48 51 49 59 68

-

15 14 18 18 25 35 15 32 22 23 24 15 17 29 45 17 18 17 21 28 28 31 24 35 27 27 26 21 30 29 33 43 19 34 21 34 28 47 41 43 31 32 53 47 31 50 43 37 40 40 45 52 36 52 53 67 55 69 61 62 65 71 64 79

(A)

1953-54

1954-55 1955-56 (H) (A) (A) (H) (N)

1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62

(H) (A) (H) (N)

1962-63

(N)

1965-66

1963-64 1964-65

1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 (H) (A)

1979-80

1980-81 (A)(OT) (H) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A)

1981-82 1982-83 1983-84

73 66 61 88 76 59 80 75 66 62 73 61 69 68 45 68 69 47 49 62 67 77 71 65 62 83 63 64 49 76 56 74 85 68 71 58 77 93 79 84 68 85 84 64 93 70 79 71 74 69 80 77 68 53 65 71 67 76 74 57 64 67 90 63

-

75 81 80 83 78 60 96 72 73 90 75 81 95 59 72 78 73 83 74 78 70 85 67 95 60 74 74 73 62 74 62 69 84 64 67 79 76 99 72 72 64 82 97 65 90 94 88 95 83 76 81 84 73 58 69 79 63 65 82 56 66 60 86 81

(H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H)(OT) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (N)(4OT) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A)

1984-85

97 - 80 (H) 86 - 84 (A) 1985-86 69 - 84 (A) 86 - 87 (H)(OT) 1986-87 58 - 62 (A)(OT) 75 - 71 (H) 1987-88 87 - 68 (H) 57 - 64 (A) 65 - 60 (N) 1988-89 75 - 62 (A) 80 - 76 (H) 1989-90 88 - 75 (H) 94 - 79 (A) 1990-91 58 - 59 (H)(2OT) 73 - 68 (A) 1991-92 84 - 89 (A) 1992-93 96 - 69 (H) 1993-94 83 - 80 (A) (OT) 1994-95 83 - 77 (H) 1995-96 86 - 89 (A) 1996-97 53 - 48 (H) 1997-98 62 - 73 (A) 1998-99 74 - 85 (H) 1999-00 52 - 67 (A) 2000-01 85 - 80 (H)(OT) 2001-02 72 - 75 (A) 2002-03 85 - 79** (H) 2003-04 54 - 57 (A) 73 - 59 (N) 2004-05 57 - 45 (H) 2005-06 65 - 66 (A) 2006-07 86 - 79 (H) 80 - 65 (N) 2007-08 59 - 54 (A) 2008-09 59 - 71 (H) **Win later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Florida Florida leads 102-97** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 60-35** • Games in Gainesville: Florida leads 58-33** • Neutral-Site Games: Florida leads 9-4 • SEC Tournament Games: Florida 3, Georgia 1 Year 1923-24 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31

1931-32

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UF 24 27 33 35 30 26 32 34 29 29 23 32 33

Site (H) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (H)(OT) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A)

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Series Records vs. 2010 Opponents 1932-33 Outlook Players Coaches

1933-34

Opponents 2009 Review Records History

1934-35

Media Info

1935-36

1936-37

1937-38

1938-39

1939-40

1940-41

1941-42

1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48

1948-49

1949-50

1950-51 1951-52

1952-53 1953-54

94

27 36 39 37 32 22 39 20 32 35 27 27 34 25 45 37 43 40 27 31 18 36 28 34 32 36 28 15 25 42 43 36 25 46 54 34 42 46 44 42 28 27 39 28 36 57 44 47 59 55 38 56 59 63 49 49 57 77 66 75 47 55 60 61 73 84 64

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47 20 20 34 33 25 40 46 24 37 47 29 30 29 47 28 32 32 22 30 36 19 27 31 38 41 27 26 18 32 18 45 36 36 37 39 44 40 46 33 29 26 27 46 52 65 41 50 43 52 46 44 48 39 55 54 48 52 48 58 62 74 74 58 79 72 76

(A) (H) (H) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (H) (A)(OT) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (N-Jax) (H) (A) (H) (A) (N) (A)

1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58

1958-59

1959-60 1960-61

1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67

1967-68 1968-69

1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85

Georgia Basketball

76 - 80 68 - 81 69 - 61 93 - 73 69 - 82 69 - 62 65 - 85 66 - 60 63 - 76 73 - 90 66 - 63 55 - 58 85 - 67 75 - 61 75 - 73 58 - 73 68 - 90 74 - 78 78 - 72 78 - 105 58 - 90 79 - 77 59 - 57 64 - 69 74 - 83 66 - 90 52 - 65 49 - 59 64 - 78 61 - 63 63 - 96 63 - 90 97 - 83 77 - 82 69 - 73 78 - 96 68 - 64 85 - 69 79 - 88 62 - 61 74 - 63 75 - 72 81 - 78 72 - 77 75 - 71 74 - 87 69 - 83 65 - 66 87 - 79 84 - 98 76 - 101 71 - 84 57 - 54 68 - 86 76 - 64 63 - 62 52 - 57 76 - 48 90 - 74 87 - 64 73 - 67 87 - 73 83 - 79 80 - 65 69 - 77 64 - 70 71 - 60

(H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (N) (A) (A) (N-Jax) (H) (H) (A) (N-Jax) (N-Jax) (H) (N-Sav) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (N-Jax) (H) (A) (A) (H) (N) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A)(OT) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A)

The Bulldogs celebrate their first SEC win last season, an 88-86 victory over Florida in Athens. 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

1988-89

1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

80 - 56 (H) 89 - 69 (H) 70 - 71 (A) 80 - 87 (H) 52 - 66 (A) 70 - 87 (A) 71 - 65 (H) 72 - 70 (N) 66 - 80 (H) 60 - 65 (A) 61 - 62 (N) 69 - 97 (A) 70 - 65 (H) 79 - 54 (H) 75 - 90 (A) 71 - 63 (H) 69 - 60 (A) 77 - 81 (H)(OT) 79 - 82 (A) 78 -100 (H) 79 - 91 (A) 66 - 82 (H) 101 - 85 (A) 71 - 46 (H) 86 - 70 (A) 77 - 70 (H) (OT) 88 - 76 (A) 77 - 82 (A) 87 - 77 (H) 62 - 72 (A) 64 - 75 (H) 66 - 85 (A) 68 - 90 (H) 75 - 72 (A) 71 - 82 (H) 84 - 79** (A) 70 - 85 (H) 63 - 66 (A) 82 - 81** (H) 76 - 62 (H) 55 - 63 (A) 47 - 70 (A) 38 - 50 (H) 72 - 90 (H) 66 - 77 (A) 51 - 67 (A) 61 - 71 (H) 57 - 74 (N)

2007-08

67 - 77 (A) 64 - 77 (H) 2008-09 57 - 83 (A) 88 - 86 (H) **Wins in 2002 & 2003 later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Florida Atlantic Georgia leads 1-0 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 1-0 2003-04

99 - 84

(H)

Georgia Tech Ga. Tech leads series 100-84 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 50-28 • Games on Tech campus: Ga. Tech leads 59-24 • Neutral-Site Games: Ga. Tech leads 13-10 Year 1905-06 1908-09 1912-13 1913-14 1920-21 1922-23 1924-25 1925-26

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Ga.-GT 13 - 27 11 - 12 78 - 9 69 - 13 71 - 12 35 - 20 58 - 8 29 - 24 26 - 21 22 - 27 25 - 30 34 - 24 25 - 30 33 - 29 34 - 19 35 - 36 27 - 33 25 - 36

Site (H) (OT) (H) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H)(OT) (A) (H)


Series Records vs. 2010 Opponents 1950-51

For 12 straight seasons (198395), Georgia and Georgia Tech played their annual meeting on the neutral court at Atlanta’s old Omni arena.

1951-52 1952-53

1953-54

1954-55 1955-56

1956-57

1957-58

1958-59

1959-60

1960-61

1961-62 1927-28

1928-29 1929-30

1930-31

1931-32

1932-33

1933-34

1934-35

1935-36 1936-37 1937-38

33 35 26 37 27 26 25 35 39 19 44 20 25 22 30 16 30 25 37 28 33 33 27 39 21 22 20 22 28 27

-

20 36 28 38 25 23 23 31 30 37 15 30 15 25 25 26 32 33 33 27 19 23 32 49 29 24 34 42 51 29

(H) (A) (A)

1938-39 1939-40 1940-41

(A) (A) (H)

1941-42

(H)

1943-44

(H)

1944-45

1942-43

(H) (H) (H)

1945-46

1946-47

(H) (A) (H)(OT) (H) (H)

1947-48

1948-49

1949-50 (H)

Georgia Basketball

32 41 46 40 31 44 29 38 31 20 39 44 38 42 49 50 46 36 44 46 58 64 65 57 74 49 58 67 51 73

-

26 29 31 31 27 52 49 37 58 39 42 71 70 69 68 40 43 30 51 70 68 73 58 60 60 56 60 55 56 72

(H) 1962-63 (H) (H)

(H) (H)

1963-64

1964-65

1965-66 (H) 1966-67 (H) (N) (H) (A) (N) (H) (A) (H) (H) (H) (N) (A)(OT) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H)

1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74

50 77 54 72 73 54 70 73 66 69 63 54 67 62 68 72 53 65 60 69 59 62 66 62 62 65 64 68 56 51 80 71 70 62 68 70 58 65 55 81 79 62 91 76 56 67 89 53 79 78 89 84 66 80 74 88 77 78 93 87 67 75 95

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56 (A) 66 (H) 53 (A) 64 (H) 79 (A) 71 (N-Jax) 57 (H) 58 (A) 64 (N) 61 (H) 80 (A) 75 (A) 66 (A) (2OT) 75 (A) 72 (H) 81 (H) 80 (A) 67 (H) 74 (A) 68 (A) 72 (A) 59 (H) 73 (A) 66 (H) 82 (A) 83 (A) 80 (A) 69 (H) 74 (A) 54 (N-Jax) 89 (H) 83 (A) 67 (A) 68 (H) 61 (A) 72 (H) 66 (A) 73 (A) 71 (A) 68 (H) (H) 66 73 (A) 66 (H) 65 (A) 89 (A) 61 (H) 87 (H) 75 (A) 87 (H) 86 (A) 76 (H) 74 (H) 73 (A) 92 (A) 69 (H) 97 (H) 90 (A) 82 (A) 78 (H) 78 (H) 77 (A) 66 (A) 97 (H)

1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

86 - 67 (H) 77 - 73 (A) 57 - 59 (A) 69 - 63 (H) 43 - 64 (H) 60 - 51 (A) 58 - 75 (A) 68 - 64 (H) 51 - 75 (A) 56 - 55 (H) 66 - 59 (H) 38 - 40 (A) 55 - 38 (A) 65 - 51 (H) 62 - 61 (H) 53 - 42 (A) 82 - 67 (A) 64 - 62 (N) 60 - 59 (N) 65 - 89 (N) 66 - 72 (N) 77 - 78 (N) 80 - 69 (N) 89 - 92 (N) 105 - 112 (N)(3OT) 66 - 65 (N) 67 - 75 (N) 69 - 72 (N) 78 - 86 (N) 94 - 70 (H) 61 - 62 (A) 77 - 71 (H) 79 - 84 (A)(OT) 70 - 68 (H) 75 - 70 (A) 95 - 82 (H) 77 - 83 (A) 83 - 80 (H) (2OT) 49 - 87 (A) 91 - 75 (H) 69 - 78 (A) 79 - 72 (H) 62 - 67 (A)

Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Illinois Illinois leads 5-0 • Games in Athens: Illinois leads 1-0 • Games in Champaign: Illinois leads 2-0 • Neutral-Court Games: Illinois leads 2-0 Year Ga.-Ill. Site 1940-41 34 - 38 (A) 1969-70 70 - 81 (H) 1971-72 78 - 84 (A) 1984-85 58 - 74 (N) 2008-09 42 - 76 (N)

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Series Records vs. 2010 Opponents Jacksonville State 1967-68

Georgia leads 1-0 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 1-0 Outlook

2007-08

107 - 65

1968-69 (H)

Players Coaches

1970-71

Opponents 2009 Review

Kentucky

Records History Media Info

1971-72

Kentucky leads 110-24** • Games in Athens: Kentucky leads 37-15** • Games in Lexington: Kentucky leads 55-5** • Neutral-Site Games: Kentucky leads 18-4 • SEC Tournament Games Kentucky leads 8-1 Year 1920-21 1922-23 1924-25 1925-26

1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1939-40 1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50

1950-51 1951-52 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67

96

1969-70

Ga. - UK Site 19 - 20 (SIAA) 23 - 19 (A) 28 - 24 (H) 18 - 22 (H) 32 - 31 (SC) 34 - 39 (SC) 16 - 31 (SC) 16 - 31 (SC) 21 - 22 (H)(OT) 23 - 36 (A) 25 - 16 (H) 43 - 51 (SEC) 26 - 51 (H) 38 - 55 (A) 28 - 60 (H) 30 - 59 (SEC) 29 - 57 (SEC) 37 - 73 (H) 45 - 84 (H) 40 - 81 (A) 51 - 88 (H) 40 - 95 (A) 71 - 60 (H) 56 - 88 (A) 63 - 79 (SEC) 41 - 88 (A) 55 - 95 (N-LV) 55 - 106 (A) 68 - 100 (N-LV) 40 - 86 (A) 66 - 143 (N-LV) 53 - 84 (A) 55 - 74 (N) 55 - 108 (A) 60 - 84 (N) 67 - 74 (A) 59 - 86 (N) 67 - 74 (A) 83 - 103 (H) 82 - 102 (H) 64 - 96 (A) 65 - 69 (H)(2OT) 50 - 74 (A) 49 - 40 (H)

1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84

1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

Georgia Basketball

76 - 101 (H) 73 - 104 (A) 87 - 106 (H) 68 - 88 (A) 77 - 85 (H) 71 - 72 (H) 86 - 116 (A) 66 - 79 (A) 95 - 107 (H) 85 - 73 (H) 63 - 87 (A) 68 - 89 (A) 86 - 99 (H) 74 - 80 (A) 72 - 86 (H) 77 - 96 (H) 61 - 75 (A) 76 - 92 (A) 86 - 81 (H) 59 - 64 (A)(OT) 54 - 72 (H) 73 - 90 (A) 67 - 78 (H) 64 - 73 (A) 74 - 90 (H) 69 - 95 (H-Atl) 49 - 56 (A) 62 - 76 (A) 68 - 71 (H)(2OT) 66 - 68 (H) 73 - 82 (A) 70 - 63 (H) 72 - 81 (A) 40 - 64 (A) 64 - 66 (H) 79 - 92 (N) 81 - 73 (H) 79 - 77 (A) 69 - 74 (A) 75 - 80 (H) 69 - 65 (A) 79 - 71 (H) 77 - 84 (N) 72 - 80 (A) 57 - 62 (N) 65 - 76 (A) 84 - 72 (H) 106 - 91 (H) 77 - 88 (A) 80 - 81 (H) 84 - 96 (A) 66 - 78 (A) 73 - 84 (H) 59 - 74 (H) 70 - 86 (A) 94 - 90 (H) (OT) 59 - 80 (A) 71 - 83 (A) 74 - 97 (H) 77 - 82 (H) 86 - 73 (A) 65 - 86 (H) 57 - 82 (A) 68 - 95 (N)

Georgia has defeated Kentucky just 24 total times, yet six of those have come in the past eight seasons. 1997-98

79 - 90 (H) 74 - 85 (A) 1998-99 83 - 91 (H)(OT) 71 - 92 (A) 1999-00 69 - 75 (H) 64 - 70 (A) 2000-01 63 - 67 (A) 70 - 85 (H) 2001-02 88 - 84** (A) 78 - 69** (H) 2002-03 67- 87 (A) 66 - 74 (H) 2003-04 65 - 57 (A) 74 - 68 (H) 60 - 69 (N) 2004-05 55 - 76 (H) 51 - 60 (A) 2006-06 55 - 69 (H) 61 - 68 (A) 2006-07 78-69 (OT) (H) 70 - 82 (A) 2007-08 58 - 63 (H) 55 - 61 (A) 60 - 56 (N) (OT) 2008-09 45 - 68 (H) (A) 90 - 85 **Both wins in 2002 later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Louisiana State LSU leads 59-40** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 24-21** • Games in Baton Rouge: LSU leads 32-12** • Neutral-Site Games: LSU leads 6-4 • SEC Tournament Games: LSU leads 4-3 Year 1919-20 1935-36 1938-39 1942-43 1945-46 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60

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Ga.-LSU 34 - 15 34 - 46 26 - 50 39 - 54 41 - 60 68 - 65 60 - 98 50 - 55 62 - 97 53 - 100 76 - 70 86 - 91 56 - 72 78 - 70 59 - 56 60 - 63 66 - 79 79 - 67

Site (H) (A) (N) (H) (N) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H)(OT) (H) (A) (H) (A) (N-Jax) (H) (N-Jax)


1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81

1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95

77 - 81 80 - 66 57 - 76 76 - 67 63 - 81 69 - 70 82 - 59 85 - 87 78 - 65 76 - 79 78 - 73 89 - 98 80 - 90 86 - 88 88 - 99 76 - 97 66 - 79 115 - 95 68 - 69 66 - 62 55 - 56 83 - 90 79 - 84 89 - 90 90 - 96 83 - 79 75 - 70 77 - 97 69 - 75 78 - 96 68 - 89 75 - 97 93 - 88 73 - 72 77 - 96 65 - 78 62 - 64 68 - 60 53 - 54 57 - 51 56 - 60 59 - 70 77 - 81 68 - 69 74 - 79 59 - 58 73 - 85 92 - 76 64 - 63 63 - 57 88 - 89 59 - 50 62 - 63 79 - 80 83 - 97 94 - 92 86 - 85 76 - 83 86 - 89 64 - 62 81 - 78 100 - 84 83 - 70 98 - 89

(A) (H) (A) (H)(OT) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H)(2OT) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A)(2OT) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H)(2OT) (A) (A) (H) (N) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A)(OT) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A)(OT) (H) (N)(2OT) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A)(OT) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (N) (H)

Series Records vs. 2010 Opponents

1995-96 1996-97

85 - 82 (A) 82 - 59 (H) 75 - 54 (N) 1997-98 61 - 52 (A) 1998-99 59 - 57 (H) 1999-00 57 - 61 (A) 2000-01 68 - 63 (H) 62 - 63 (N) 2001-02 55 - 54** (A) 76 - 78 (N) 2002-03 89 - 63** (H) 2003-04 59 - 63 (A) 2004-05 79 - 95 (H) 2005-06 52 - 81 (A) 2006-07 57 - 54 (H) 2007-08 64 - 71 (A) 2008-09 62 - 80 (H) **Wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

1965-66 1966-67

1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78

Ole Miss Georgia leads 65-37** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 37-10** • Games in Oxford: Ole Miss leads 24-23** • Neutral-Site Games: Georgia leads 5-3 • SEC Tournament Games: Georgia leads 7-2 Year 1927-28 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1942-43 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65

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Ga.-UM 37 - 44 37 - 33 45 - 41 45 - 28 53 - 46 36 - 27 36 - 27 46 - 38 74 - 66 63 - 54 70 - 52 59 - 58 59 - 41 52 - 103 75 - 77 73 - 87 66 - 80 86 - 80 65 - 105 91 - 99 63 - 81 84 - 61 63 - 65 73 - 69 75 - 79 76 - 63 72 - 80 90 - 68

Site (H) (H) (H) (N) (A) (H) (N) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (N) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A)(OT) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H)

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1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87

1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00

91 - 71 85 - 78 67 - 75 70 - 64 111 - 77 84 - 81 85 - 82 96 - 84 94 - 79 88 - 80 72 - 76 80 - 74 79 - 69 71 - 67 62 - 69 70 - 78 55 - 59 88 - 83 87 - 93 74 - 72 70 - 68 62 - 82 92 - 76 63 - 75 57 - 56 59 - 53 63 - 82 64 - 62 77 - 65 70 - 62 62 - 64 62 - 66 54 - 56 64 - 58 68 - 53 59 - 76 70 - 51 54 - 56 81 - 51 94 - 66 91 - 75 62 - 61 68 - 82 69 - 65 65 - 63 86 - 70 72 - 75 70 - 74 79 - 88 74 - 84 107 - 83 117 - 62 72 - 62 86 - 66 85 - 66 75 - 61 69 - 85 79 - 51 74 - 38 66 - 73 70 - 68 67 - 72 76 - 85 71 - 65

(A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A)(OT) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (N) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A)(OT) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (N) (H) (A) (H)(OT) (A) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (N) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (N) (A) (H)

2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08

70 - 66 (A) 79 - 72** (H) 89 - 82** (A) 74 - 61 (H) 54 - 59 (A) 72 - 65 (H) 49 - 67 (A) 62 - 76 (H) 97 - 95 (N) (OT) 2008-09 47 - 69 (A) **Wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

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Mississippi State Series is tied at 49** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 26-17** • Games in Starkville: MSU leads 30-14** • Neutral-Site Games: Georgia leads 9-1 • SEC Tournament Games: Georgia leads 8-2 Year 1931-32 1945-46 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73

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Site (SIAA) (N) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A)(OT) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H)(OT) (A) (A)(OT) (H) (H) (A)

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1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88

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1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09

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56 - 76 (H) 69 - 84 (A) 67 - 65 (A) 71 - 77 (H) 85 - 73 (H) 79 - 90 (A) 82 - 73 (H) 69 - 98 (A) 44 - 57 (H) 45 - 68 (A) 69 - 67 (H) 62 - 86 (A) 75 - 72 (N-Birm) 75 - 88 (A) 56 - 62 (H) 66 - 64 (H) 68 - 65 (A)(OT) 26 - 20 (A) 71 - 49 (H) 75 - 59 (H) 64 - 73 (A) 54 - 52 (A) 69 - 45 (H) 52 - 49 (N) 64 - 65 (A) 79 - 74 (H) 72 - 55 (H) 62 - 61 (A) 48 - 41 (H) 63 - 64 (A) 72 - 80 (A) 49 - 35 (H) 64 - 43 (N) 79 - 68 (A) 85 - 86 (H)(OT) 83 - 68 (N) 83 - 69 (H) 82 - 74 (A) 83 - 73 (A) 64 - 70 (H) 66 - 75 (A) 86 - 73 (H) 87 - 56 (N) 60 - 67 (A) 59 - 60 (H) 73 - 76 (A) 68 - 86 (N) 56 - 54 (H) 64 - 69 (A) 79 - 76 (N) 63 - 60 (H) 59 - 71 (A) 94 - 73 (H) 86 - 68** (A) 67 - 63** (H) 58 - 71 (A) 62 - 76 (H) 65 - 76 (N) 68 - 83 (A) 86 - 73 (H) 49 - 60 (A) 64 - 60 (N) 61 - 67 (H)

60 - 79 (N) **Wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Missouri Missouri leads 2-0 • Games in Athens: Missouri leads 1-0 • Neutral-Court Games: Missouri leads 1-0 Year Ga.-UM Site 2000-01 68 - 70 (N) 2008-09 76 - 83 (H)

New Orleans Georgia leads 2-0 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 1-0 • Neutral-Court Games: Georgia leads 1-0 Year Ga.-UNO Site 1973-74 94 - 63 (H) 1987-88 81 - 77 (N)

UNC - Asheville Georgia leads 3-0 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 3-0 Year Ga.-UNC-A Site 1978-79 85 - 73 (H) 1987-88 97 - 65 (H) 1988-89 109 - 65 (H)

Pepperdine Georgia leads 2-0 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 1-0 • Games in Malibu: Georgia leads 1-0 Year Ga.-PU Site 2000-01 72 - 61 (H) 2001-02 91 - 74 (A)

St. John’s Series is tied 1-1 • Games in Jamaica: St. John’s leads 1-0 • Neutral-Court Games: Georgia leads 1-0 Year Ga.-SJU Site 1946-47 43 - 66 (A) 1982-83 70 - 67 (N)

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1939-40

First Meeting

1940-41

South Carolina Series is tied 46-all** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 26-16** • Games in Columbia: USC leads 28-16** • Neutral-Site Games: Georgia leads 4-2 • SEC Tournament Games: Georgia leads 1-0 • Since USC joined SEC in ‘92: • USC leads 19-18** Year Ga.-SC Site 1921-22 34 - 27 (A) 1923-24 38 - 29 (A) 1924-25 27 - 35 (A) 1925-26 57 - 28 (H) 1928-29 54 - 28 (H) 46 - 21 (H) 1930-31 31 - 16 (H) 27 - 21 (A) 1937-38 26 - 24 (H) 36 - 22 (A) 1938-39 39 - 24 (H) 49 - 34 (A)

1941-42 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57

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31 33 48 43 43 43 64 67 53 42 55 51 57 64 43 64 62 54 58 57 80 62 50 72 61 74 85 97 96 62 95

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Tennessee is Georgia’s fourth most frequent opponent of all time, having played 140 games over the past 98 years.

1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80

1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1976-77 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97

1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05

77 - 58 84 - 63 76 - 72 65 - 57 66 - 65 71 - 73 72 - 97 85 - 72 60 - 77 112 - 90 73 - 74 69 - 71 72 - 54 85 - 86 88 - 87 96 - 85 72 - 69 59 - 60 66 - 56 73 - 85 88 - 73 71 - 82 77 - 74 78 - 63 60 - 68 76 - 79 80 - 56 66 - 70 90 - 62 66 - 82 75 - 77 56 - 64 67 - 80 82 - 75** 79 - 66** 60 - 55** 63 - 84 47 - 63 54 - 74 53 - 60

(N) (H) (A) (N) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (N)(OT) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (N) (H) (A) (H) (A)(OT) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H)(OT) (H) (A)(OT) (H) (A) (A) (H)

2005-06 64-61 (OT) (A) 48 - 47 (H) 2006-07 80 - 56 (H) 73 - 54 (A) 2007-08 56 - 62 (A) 82 - 64 (H) 2008-09 68 - 79 (A) 51 - 68 (H) **UGA Wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

1939-40 1940-41

1941-42 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47

1947-48

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1948-49

Tennessee leads 89-51** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 36-29** • Games in Knoxville: Tennessee leads 53-13 • Neutral-Site Games: Georgia leads 5-4 • SEC Tournament Games: Tennessee leads 5-3 Year 1912-13

1922-23 1925-26 1926-27 1928-29 1930-31 1931-32 1935-36 1936-37 1938-39

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Ga.-UT 52 - 22 38 - 13 26 - 30 23 - 19 48 - 25 29 - 28 45 - 21 22 - 19 33 - 18 17 - 24 38 - 19 44 - 56 30 - 24 11 - 36 29 - 35

Site (A) (H) (A) (N-Atl) (N-Atl) (H) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A)

1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69

41 - 48 (H) 23 - 36 (A) 47 - 36 (H) 39 - 41 (N-Lville) 52 - 60 (N-Lville) 26 - 42 (A) 38 - 48 (H) 33 - 46 (H) 28 - 53 (A) 33 - 48 (H) 33 - 62 (A) 45 - 58 (N-Louis) 64 - 70 (H) 60 - 69 (A) 59 - 61 (H) 51 - 77 (A) 62 - 74 (A) 62 - 68 (H) 87 - 86 (A) 71 - 69 (H) 81 - 97 (A) 67 - 86 (A) 59 - 62 (H) 84 - 91 (A) 79 - 82 (H) 60 - 66 (A) 69 - 62 (H) 67 - 75 (A) 84 - 87 (H) 65 - 94 (A) 79 - 67 (H) 57 - 76 (H) 49 - 83 (A) 71 - 100 (A) 69 - 83 (H) 70 - 87 (H) 36 - 68 (A) 72 - 77 (A) 61 - 43 (H) 67 - 82 (A)

1980-81 1981-82 1982-83

1983-84 1984-85

1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91

1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

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55 - 57 (H) 61 - 56 (H) 55 - 57 (A) 47 - 51 (A) 61 - 64 (H) 57 - 59 (H) 68 - 71 (A)(OT) 64 - 79 (A) 71 - 85 (H) 70 - 84 (A) 89 - 97 (H) 69 - 105 (H) 74 - 95 (A) 73 - 79 (H) 70 - 86 (A) 82 - 106 (A) 83 - 76 (H) 75 - 74 (A) 72 - 77 (H) 79 - 75 (H) 81 - 87 (A)(3OT) 55 - 54 (H) 49 - 50 (A) 67 - 72 (A) 76 - 75 (H)(OT) 64 - 66 (H) 64 - 63 (A) 76 - 87 (A) 74 - 59 (H) 79 - 60 (N) 71 - 57 (H) 82 - 77 (A) 79 - 80 (H)(2OT) 85 - 86 (A) 67 - 61 (N) 77 - 78 (A) 91 - 70 (H) 60 - 55 (H) 68 - 89 (A) 81 - 92 (A) 80 - 69 (H) 74 - 73 (A) 68 - 75 (H) 85 - 77 (H) 83 - 93 (A) 107 - 86 (H) 87 - 78 (A) 65 - 95 (N) 76 - 78 (A) 66 - 67 (H) 77 - 60 (H) 96 - 83 (A) 67 - 63 (A) 74 - 61 (H) 57 - 56 (A) 74 - 48 (H) 62 - 67 (A) 68 - 49 (H) 74 - 63 (N) 63 - 50 (A) 69 - 55 (H) 48 - 77 (A) 77 - 72 (H)

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69 - 85 (A) 65 - 75 (H) 1999-00 83 - 110 (A) 66 - 83 (H) 2000-01 77 - 75 (H)(2OT) 88 - 76 (A) 2001-02 73 - 70** (H) 73 - 81 (A)(OT) 2002-03 81 - 76** (H)(OT) 72 - 78 (A) 2003-04 65 - 89 (A) 71 - 60 (H) 2004-05 65 - 72 (H) 68 - 78 (A) 2005-06 76 - 89 (A) 78 - 83 (H) 2006-07 71 - 82 (A) 65 - 71 (H) 2007-08 69 - 85 (A) 71 - 74 (H) 2008-09 77 - 86 (H) 48 - 79 (A) **Wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74

Vanderbilt Vanderbilt leads 80-48** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 32-26** • Games in Nashville: Vanderbilt leads 49-13 • Neutral-Site Games: Vanderbilt leads 5-3 • SEC Tournament Games: Vanderbilt leads 4-1 Year Ga.-VU Site 1913-14 41 - 31 (H) 1914-15 25 - 23 (A) 1916-17 31 - 11 (A) 1919-20 18 - 40 (A) 1920-21 31 - 17 (A) 1921-22 27 - 26 (SCT) 1922-23 16 - 25 (H) 1924-25 34 - 41 (H) 1926-27 44 - 46 (SCT) 1933-34 29 - 46 (N-Atl) 1940-41 50 - 44 (H) 1941-42 38 - 58 (A) 1942-43 35 - 39 (H) 31 - 66 (A) 1945-46 41 - 44 (A) 51 - 39 (H) 1950-51 57 - 69 (A) 60 - 70 (H) 1951-52 51 - 73 (H) 49 - 61 (N-Louis) 1952-53 66 - 97 (A) 1953-54 67 - 83 (H) 1954-55 57 - 78 (A) 1955-56 61 - 85 (A) 56 - 69 (H) 1956-57 51 - 75 (A) 1957-58 64 - 74 (A) 66 - 69 (H)

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50 - 78 (A) 67 - 79 (A) 75 - 80 (H) 76 - 87 (A) 71 - 69 (H) 64 - 82 (A) 81 - 69 (H) 62 - 75 (H) 72 - 89 (A) 63 - 77 (H) 97 - 117 (A) 41 - 51 (H)(2OT) 61 - 81 (A) 77 - 82 (A) 91 - 77 (H) 104 - 80 (H) 90 - 83 (A) 72 - 68 (A) 94 - 90 (H) 69 - 76 (H) 60 - 74 (A) 76 - 80 (A)(OT) 98 - 91 (H) 86 - 89 (H) 52 - 87 (A) 71 - 91 (H) 78 - 83 (A) 80 - 102 (A) 78 - 81 (H) 85 - 95 (A)(OT) 69 - 71 (H)(2OT) 69 - 72 (A) 71 - 74 (H) 56 - 64 (A) 64 - 62 (H) 76 - 79 (A) 63 - 60 (H) 88 - 66 (H) 69 - 70 (A) 55 - 70 (A) 80 - 72 (H) 76 - 53 (H) 68 - 57 (A) 86 - 61 (H) 70 - 71 (A) 74 - 81 (A)(OT) 98 - 71 (H) 80 - 73 (H) 68 - 69 (A) 71 - 77 (A) 101 - 70 (H) 76 - 53 (H) 75 - 59 (A) 77 - 92 (A) 71 - 77 (H) 75 - 76 (A) (H) 72 - 85 108 - 81 (H) 67 - 66 (A) 74 - 78 (N)(OT) 74 - 75 (A)(OT) 62 - 59 (H) 80 - 72 (A) 72 - 70 (H)

Georgia earned a trip to New York for the 1998 NIT Final Four by defeating SEC rival Vanderbilt in Athens.

67 - 86 (A) 66 - 78 (A) 83 - 87 (H)(OT) 1993-94 67 - 71 (H) 57 - 67 (A) 1994-95 65 - 62 (H) 77 - 83 (A) 1995-96 62 - 66 (A) 77 - 68 (H) 1996-97 61 - 53 (A) 80 - 86 (H) 1997-98 64 - 68 (H) 81 - 62 (A) 79 - 65 (H)(NIT) 1998-99 70 - 63 (H) 82 - 67 (A) 1999-00 58 - 67 (H) 89 - 101 (A) 2000-01 82 - 73 (A) 70 - 68 (H) 2001-02 82 - 69** (H) 84 - 86 (A) 2002-03 91 - 94 (A) 83 - 70** (H) 2003-04 39 - 61 (A) 71 - 61 (H) 2004-05 68 - 59 (H) 37 - 65 (A) 2005-06 74 - 73 (A) 55 - 72 (H) 2006-07 85 - 73 (H) 61 - 66 (A) 2007-08 59 - 67 (H) 74 - 86 (A) 2008-09 40 - 50 (A) 61 - 57 (H) **Wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions. 1992-93

Virginia Tech Georgia leads 5-1 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 3-0 • Games in Blacksburg: 1-1 • Neutral-Site Games: Georgia leads 1-0 Year 1963-64 1981-82 1995-96 1996-97 2008-09

Ga.-VT 75 - 81 96 - 87 90 - 73 85 - 72 60 - 57 67 - 66

Site (A) (H) (H) (N) (A) (H)

Wofford Georgia leads 6-0 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 2-0 • Games in Spartanburg: Georgia leads 4-0 Year 1919-20 1921-22 1922-23 1926-27 2004-05 2008-09

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Site (A) (A) (A) (A) (H) (H) (OT) (H) (OT)


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Character Test Tribulations of 2009 make for season of emotional extremes.

he 2009 basketball season at Georgia will certainly not rank among the most successful, nor memorable, campaigns in the program’s

history. Quite the contrary, in fact. The Bulldogs of ‘09 struggled to nearly historic levels of despair. By late January, their ship listing errantly, Athletic Director Damon Evans saw fit to take pre-emptive, corrective action. The on-court results thereafter showed little tangible improvement. Yet there arose from the depth at season’s end a sense of hope. That feeling of optimism gained momentum in the months that followed, when new coach Mark Fox began to put his imprint upon the program. As each day passed, and the sun shone more brightly, the memory of 2009 fading farther in the rear-view mirror. “When you go through challenges like this past season, it can only make you stronger,” said center Albert Jackson. “I definitely think we know how to come together at adverse times. I’m looking forward to the future and looking forward to seeing what all these young guys and the vets can do when we get back together.” Springboard that Never Sprang

There was good reason for optimism as the 2009 season began. All signs, tangible and otherwise, pointed in the right direction. Georgia had ended the preceding campaign on an unforgettable high after winning the SEC Tournament championship and playing in the NCAA Tourney. It was believed that such a high would carry over into the following season. Yes, Georgia had lost two irrepressible seniors in Sundiata Gaines and Dave Bliss, and their presence would be sorely missed. However, head coach Dennis Felton considered his 5-man freshman class to be the best yet of his tenure in Athens. A combination of factors began to hinder the development of this squad. First, prized freshman Trey Thompkins fought his way through a series of injuries that shelved him for the entire summer and fall. Another freshman, guard Ebuka Anyaorah, underwent surgery

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to correct a stress fracture in his leg, and Bulldogs with a buzzer-beating 3-pointer of the promising shooter elected to take a their own. redshirt year. Perhaps just as important, Individually, senior co-captain Terrance returning center Albert Jackson severely Woodbury emerged as his team’s ofsprained an ankle during Georgia’s exhifensive leader. When the 6-7 swingman bition win over Albany State, an injury that thrived, the Bulldogs usually followed behampered his progress throughout the hind suit behind him. Additionally, Thompseason. kins had finally regained at least partial It didn’t take long for the Bulldogs’ soundness of health and had also become stunted growth to a resourceful scorer. be exposed. Lowly “When you go through January Swoon Loyola of Chicago humbled them with Georgia opened challenges like this a 21-point defeat the New Year with a on a neutral court in past season, it can only pair of tough losses, the season’s secat home to a talented make you stronger.” ond game. It got Missouri team and no easier 24 hours — Albert Jackson also at Georgia Tech. later, when they ralUnforeseen at that lied from an 11-point juncture were the deficit to defeat Eastern Michigan, a team nine consecutive losses that followed. that went on to win seven total games in After the seventh straight defeat, a 2009. 26-point decision at Florida, Felton was Georgia eventually won nine games replaced for the season’s remainder by during its pre-conference schedule. The veteran assistant Pete Herrmann. highlight was no doubt a thrilling 67-66 “There was certainly no joy in becoming victory at home over ACC foe Virginia the head coach under those circumstancTech, a game that was decided only after es,” Herrmann said. “But I feel like we did the Bulldogs fended off two Hokie shots what was best for the kids and what was on their final possession. Elsewhere, though, Georgia struggled in most games, losing badly in some, fighting gamely before falling short in others. Never was its uphill battle capsulized any better than its final two games before breaking for Christmas. The Bulldogs needed two miraculous 3-pointers from guard Zac Swansey to topple Southern Conference member Wofford in overtime. Two nights later, the tables turned when Texas A&MCorpus Christi felled the

Pete Herrmann was named interim head coach on Jan. 29, and he led the Bulldogs to all three of their SEC victories. 2009-10 Media Guide


2008-09 in Review best for the university.” The Streak Ends Over two weeks elapsed before the Herrmann-led Bulldogs re-discovered the joys of winnning. Paced by a career-best 32 points from Woodbury, Georgia showed an offensive potency previously unseen. The Bulldogs scored 54 points in a torried first half -- more than in eight of their entire games! -- and hung on to defeat the same Florida team that had trounced them weeks before. It marked the end of the longest losing streak (11 games) for Georgia basketball in 34 years. The Bulldogs found paydirt twice more in 2009, at home against Vanderbilt in a 4-point decision, and again in a most unlikely setting. In the 90-year history of Georgia’s games against Kentucky, Bulldog teams have won in Lexington just six times. Even in more prosperous days, Georgia found futility there more often than not. Somehow, though, the Bulldogs pooled their resources at just the right time and pulled off a 90-85 win over the Wildcats, on their fabled Senior Night, no less. Woodbury again provided the ignition with 30 points. Just as important were the contributions of two freshmen, Thompkins and point guard Dustin Ware, who combined for 37 points and several clutch plays down the stretch. 2008-09 Individual Honorees Coaches' SEC All-Freshman Team • Trey Thompkins SEC Freshman of the Week • Trey Thompkins (Week of Dec. 1, 2008) SEC "Good Works" Team • Albert Jackson SEC Academic Honor Roll • Ricky McPhee PoST-SEASoN TEAm AWARDS Heart and Hustle Award • Corey Butler offensive Player of the Year • Terrance Woodbury Defensive Player of the Year • Corey Butler Playmaker of the Year • Dustin Ware Junkyard Dawg Award • Ricky McPhee Take Charge Award • Corey Butler Academic Award • Matt Bucklin Kevin Brophy Leadership Award • Corey Butler Individual Workout Award • Ricky McPhee most Improved Player • Chris Barnes Best Field Goal Percentage • Chris Barnes Best Rebounder • Trey Thompkins

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Trey Thompkins, a Freshman All-SEC pick by the league’s 12 coaches, scores the decisive bucket in Georgia’s 88-86 win over Florida in February.

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Ware’s play from February onward, in fact, offered perhaps the greatest source for optimism that Georgia could muster. His steady play and comfort level as a floor leader became more readily apparent with each game. Thompkins Earns SEC Rookie Honors Georgia forward Howard “Trey” Thompkins, the thirdleading scorer and secondleading rebounder among all freshmen basketball players in the SEC last season, was named to the 8-man SEC All-Freshman team, as voted on by the league’s 12 head coaches. It marked the second straight year a Bulldog earned the honor; Jeremy Price was named to the 2008 All-Freshman SEC team. Thompkins, a native of Lithonia, started in 23 of 28 games last season for Georgia. After missing the team’s first four games because of injury, he led the Bulldogs in rebounding all season and ranked second in scoring behind senior Terrance Woodbury. His final averages of 12.6 points and 7.4 rebounds were the best for a UGA first-year player since Jumaine Jones in the 1997-98 season. Ware Gets the Point Few collegiate freshmen make immediate impacts upon taking the court. Georgia’s point guard Dustin Ware would gladly attest to this reality. After about a half-season of up-and-down results, the Powder Springs native found his stride at an opportune time. As much as any single other factor, Ware’s play contributed heavily to all three of the Bulldogs’ wins in the SEC scedule.

In the 12 games under interim coach Pete Herrmann, Ware averaged 9.3 points, 4.1 assists and, perhaps most important, 29.7 minutes per game. In Georgia’s win at Kentucky, he played perhaps his best all-around game, chipping in 18 points and five assists in 30 minutes of action. Trio Named Captains for 2008-09 Seniors Terrance Woodbury and Corey Butler, as well as junior center Albert Jackson, were named tri-captains of the 2008-09 Georgia team just before the season began. Butler began his career as a walk-on but earned his way to an athletic scholarship after a productive season in 2008.

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• Team co-captain and its lone 4-year senior. • In the Ole Miss game on Feb. 21, he became the 39th player in UGA his history to score 1,000 career points. Finished his career as the No. 30 all-time career scorer at Georgia with 1,073 points. • Twice scored 30 or more in the 2009 SEC season. Not coincidentally, the Bulldogs won each time. • Pumped in a career-high 32 points in leading Georgia to its first SEC win, 88-86 over Florida at home. • Led the Bulldogs to their only SEC road win when he scored 30 at Kentucky. His night included a perfect 12-for-12 from the free throw line, the best ever 100 per percent shooting effort by a Bulldog.

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2007-08 Season

ed Georgia’s perimeter attack. • Selected to the All-SEC Tournament team after he averaged 15.8 points over the 4-game stretch, including a then-careerhigh 25 in the first-round win over Ole Miss. • Hot streak actually began in the regular-season finale, an 18-point effort (4x10 from 3-point range) in a loss to Ole Miss. • Best effort in the non-conference schedule was his 15-point (2x4 on 3FGs), 5-assist game in Georgia’s win over Wake Forest. • Georgia’s leading scorer in its loss at Wisconsin. • His 38 minutes in Georgia’s NCAA Tournament game vs. Xavier were a career high. 2006-07 Season • Because of his truncated rookie year, he spent much of his sophomore year still finding his way on the collegiate level. • Showed bursts of outstanding play, such as the 17-point and 13-point efforts against Valdosta State and S.C. State. • Missed the Alabama game to attend his grandmother’s funeral in Virginia. • Top two efforts in SEC schedule came against Kentucky. Scored 16 in the first matchup in Athens, including four in overtime. A starter in the return game at Lexington, he pumped in a career-high 18 points and played 35 minutes, also a career best. 2005-06 Season • A season that began with such promise ended early for Woodbury, who was diagnosed in early February with a stress fracture to a vertebra in his spine. • Scored 14 points in his collegiate debut vs. Old Dominion. • Sprained his left knee on Wednesday before Thanksgiving, however. An MRI exam later that day revealed an injury that was dangerously close to a torn MCL. • Missed 10 games while mending his injured knee. Dressed out for the Howard game Jan. 2 for the first time since the Paradise Jam tournament on Nov. 21. High School

• Started all 34 games but struggled with shooting woes through much of the season. Will be remembered, though, for his red-hot streak through the postseason, when he spearhead spearhead-

• Regarded among the top 10 prospects in Virginia from the Class of 2005. • Played his senior season at Coastal Christian Academy, averaging 16.8 points per contest, after transferring from Granby High School in Norfolk.

Career Highs Category ......... No. ...................................... opp./(Date)

Points.................... 32 ......................................... Florida (2/14/09) Rebounds .............. 9 ......... Augusta St. (12/3/07), USC (1/30/08) Assists ................... 5 .................................Wake Forest (12/8/07) Steals..................... 4 .......................................... Florida (2/27/08) Minutes ................. 40 .............................. South Carolina (2/7/09)

Career Statistics Year G-GS 2006 13-5 2007 32-4 2008 34-34 2009 28-28 ToTALS 107-71

104

min-Avg. 217-16.7 551-17.2 979-28.8 863-30.8 2610-24.4

FG-FGA 29-66 88-194 139-342 134-343 390-945

Georgia Basketball

Pct. .439 .454 .406 .391 .413

3FG-3FGA 0-10 38-92 47-143 47-141 132-386

Pct. .000 .413 .329 .333 .342

FT-FTA 15-20 20-30 48-64 78-93 161-207

Pct. .750 .667 .750 .839 .778

Reb.-Avg. A 16+22=38-2.9 10 24+84=108-3.4 29 33+105=138-4.1 46 36+93=129-4.6 40 109+304=413-3.9 125

To BL 17 1 38 7 74 9 82 5 211 22

ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 7 29-0 73-5.6 16 56-2 234-7.3 29 76-1 373-11.0 20 71-4 393-14.0 72 232-7 1073-10.0

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corey buTler

6-3, 195 Guard from Decatur, Ga. (Cross Keys HS) Outlook Players

2008-09 Season

Coaches

• On full athletic grant-in-aid for his final season after three years as a walk-on. • Was also named team co-captain. • Role and value to team continued to increase with each game. The team’s only player to have started every game all season. • Approached triple-double territory on 12/28 with career-high 19 pts., 9 rebs. and 7 asts. vs. N.C. A&T. • Played a key supporting role in Georgia’s win at Kentucky, where he chipped in 13 points (3x3 from 3-point range), six rebounds and three assists in 34 minutes. • Won a slew of individual awards at the team’s annual post-season banquet. Among them were the Heart & Hustle, Leadership, Defensive MVP, “Take Charge” (most charges taken) and High Spirit awards.

2007-08 Season • Then-career scoring high of 11 points came in Georgia’s win over rival Georgia Tech. It resulted in his only collegiate starting assignment in the Bulldogs’ next game at Mississippi State. • Assisted Dave Bliss on the winning basket in Georgia’s first-round win over Ole Miss at the SEC Tournament. Dished off to Bliss after a court-length drive through the Rebels’ pressing defense. • Played key roles in both of Georgia’s SEC Tournament victories on March 15. Scored eight points in both contests, including a pair of clinching free throws in overtime against Kentucky. Made a critical 3-pointer late in the nightcap vs. Miss. State.

2006-07 Season • Was a relatively obscure sub until the season’s homestretch, when the knee injury to Mike Mercer created an opportunity for an increased role. • Played key minutes in a handful of late contests, most notably at Kentucky (5 pts, 15 min.) and post-season games vs. Florida and Fresno State. • Impressed coaches with his energy on both ends of the floor.

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• Selected to the 2007 SEC Academic Honor Roll at season’s end.

2005-06 Season • Joined the Bulldogs in early January. Appeared in one game, the home contest against Vanderbilt, and played the final minute.

High School (Cross Keys) • Scored over 1,500 points in his career at Cross Keys. • Averaged 22 points and 9 rebounds per game as a senior. • Senior class Vice-President and a member of the National Honor Society and the National Beta Club. • Also played baseball at Cross Keys.

Career Highs Points............................ 19 vs. N.C. A&T (12/28/08) Rebounds ....................... 9 vs. N.C. A&T (12/28/08) Assists ............................ 7 vs. N.C. A&T (12/28/08) Steals .........................4 vs. USC Upstate (11/14/08) Blocks ...... 1 vs. 3 teams (recent: Wofford 12/20/08) minutes ...........................42 vs. Wofford (12/20/08)

Career Statistics Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 ToTALS

G-GS 1-0 19-0 34-4 32-32 86-36

min-Avg. 1-1.0 99-5.2 461-13.6 917-28.7 1478-17.2

FG-FGA 0-0 8-22 29-71 64-159 101-252

Pct. .000 .364 .408 .403 .401

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3FG-3FGA 0-0 4-10 13-34 35-93 52-137

Pct. .000 .400 .382 .376 .380

FT-FTA 0-0 11-12 32-40 50-72 93-124

Pct. .000 .917 .800 .694 .750

Reb.-Avg. A 0+0=0-0.0 0 1+11=12-0.6 5 29+46=75-2.2 19 33+95=128-4.0 61 63+152=215-2.5 85

To 0 2 21 50 73

BL 0 0 1 3 4

ST 0 1 14 42 57

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PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 0-0 0-0.0 11-0 31-1.6 39-0 103-3.0 81-1 213-6.7 131-1 347-4.0

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RECoRD: oVERALL HomE ALL GAMES 12-20 10-8 CONFERENCE 3-13 2-6 NON-CONFERENCE 9-6 8-2 Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records

## Player

AWAY 1-9 1-7 0-2

NEUTRAL 1-3 0-0 1-2

ToTAL 3-PT. G GS min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA

Pct FT FTA Pct

REBoUNDS off Def Tot Avg

PF DQ

A

To BL

ST

Pts Avg

30 Woodbury, T. 28 28 863 30.8 134

343 .391

47 141

.333

78

93 .839

36

93 129

4.6

71

4

40

82

5

20

393 14.0

33 Thompkins, T. 28 23 729 26.0 134

309 .434

33

86

.384

53

73 .726

58 148 206

7.4

48

0

22

68

31

27

354 12.6

03 Ware, D.

32 17 803 25.1

76

209 .364

40 110

.364

39

57 .684

10

44

54

1.7

61

0 108

75

0

25

231

7.2

23 Butler, C.

32 32 917 28.7

64

159 .403

35

93

.376

50

72 .694

33

95 128

4.0

81

1

61

50

3

42

213

6.7

22 Leslie, T.

26

4 371 14.3

71

159 .447

0

3

.000

23

40 .575

40

62 102

3.9

31

0

16

27

13

21

165

6.3

50 Price, J.

29 10 498 17.2

61

140 .436

2

5

.400

24

46 .522

30

55

85

2.9

46

0

25

53

11

16

148

5.1

34 Jackson, A.

31 28 609 19.6

58

120 .483

0

0

.000

25

45 .556

49

69 118

3.8

73

3

11

57

26

10

141

4.5

04 Barnes, C.

32

0 525 16.4

55

104 .529

0

0

.000

31

71 .437

53

72 125

3.9

60

0

15

38

25

18

141

4.4

05 Swansey, Z.

31 17 616 19.9

53

146 .363

12

42

.286

16

32 .500

7

53

60

1.9

27

0

89

63

3

35

134

4.3

10 mcPhee, R.

25

1 281 11.2

29

80 .363

24

66

.364

9

14 .643

13

25

38

1.5

16

0

15

15

1

13

91

3.6

20 Brewer, T.

21

0 150

7.1

15

49 .306

9

40

.225

6

8 .750

7

11

18

0.9

12

0

11

11

1

5

45

2.1

41 Zlovaric, D.

17

0

85

5.0

9

24 .375

2

11

.182

1

5 .200

5

10

15

0.9

9

0

3

7

3

1

21

1.2

12 Bucklin, m.

4

0

3

0.8

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

0 .000

0

0

0.0

0

0

1

0

0

0

0

0.0

61 125

3.9

0

History Media Info

TEAm................

0 64

10

Total..........

32

759 1842 .412 204 597

.342 355 556 .638

405 798 1203 37.6 535

8 417

556 122 233 2077 64.9

opponents......

32

827 1932 .428 207 627

.330 376 547 .687

395 784 1179 36.8 519

- 453

473 136 292 2237 69.9

Southeastern Conference Games only RECoRD: ALL GAMES ## Player

oVERALL HomE 3-13 2-6

AWAY 1-7

NEUTRAL 0-0

ToTAL 3-PT. G GS min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA

Pct FT FTA Pct

PF DQ

A

To BL

ST

Pts Avg

30 Woodbury, T. 16 16 487 30.4

75

196 .383

28

82

.341

49

60 .817

22

57

79

4.9

37

3

28

46

3

11

227 14.2

33 Thompkins, T. 16 14 436 27.3

74

185 .400

15

52

.288

21

29 .724

34

92 126

7.9

27

0

11

40

11

15

184 11.5

03 Ware, D.

16 13 455 28.4

46

118 .390

26

67

.388

23

33 .697

6

23

29

1.8

35

0

57

41

0

12

141

8.8

23 Butler, C.

16 16 430 26.9

26

76 .342

11

40

.275

32

41 .780

13

44

57

3.6

42

0

20

34

0

20

95

5.9

34 Jackson, A.

16 13 324 20.3

31

68 .456

0

0

.000

9

21 .429

25

28

53

3.3

43

1

7

28

7

5

71

4.4

10 mcPhee, R.

15

1 193 12.9

21

55 .382

19

47

.404

4

7 .571

9

19

28

1.9

11

0

8

12

1

5

65

4.3

04 Barnes, C.

16

0 255 15.9

28

53 .528

0

0

.000

9

27 .333

31

30

61

3.8

30

0

7

18

12

10

65

4.1

22 Leslie, T.

11

0

114 10.4

16

41 .390

0

0

.000

9

14 .643

6

25

31

2.8

7

0

5

6

2

4

41

3.7

50 Price, J.

13

3 178 13.7

17

43 .395

1

1 1.000

6

13 .462

10

12

22

1.7

17

0

11

21

4

9

41

3.2

05 Swansey, Z.

16

4 245 15.3

15

59 .254

3

18

.167

7

9 .778

3

16

19

1.2

11

0

27

31

1

12

40

2.5

20 Brewer, T.

9

0

71

7.9

6

18 .333

5

16

.313

2

2 1.000

4

6

10

1.1

5

0

6

3

0

2

19

2.1

41 Zlovaric, D.

5

0

11

2.2

1

4 .250

0

2

.000

0

1 .000

0

1

1

0.2

1

0

0

1

0

0

2

0.4

12 Bucklin, m.

1

0

1

1.0

0

0 .000

0

0

.000

0

0 .000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

TEAm................

106

REBoUNDS off Def Tot Avg

0

0

0

0.0

0

37

35

72

4.5

0

7

Total..........

16

356

916 .389 108 325

.332 171 257 .665

200 388 588 36.8 266

4 187

288

41 105

opponents......

16

439

975 .450

.356 201 285 .705

192 408 600 37.5 248

- 235

205

75 151 1192 74.5

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2008-09 Game-by-Game Results DATE

oPPoNENT (TV)

SITE

W/L

SCoRE

ATT

HIGH SCoRER

HIGH REB.

oPP. HI SCoRER

oPP. HI REB.

11/7

ALBANY STATE (Exh.)

H

W

93-56

1854

Price 19

Price, Jax 7

Clark 12

King 6

11/14

USC UPSTATE

H

W

72-48

6179

Swan., Leslie 11

Barnes 8

Davis, Cook 11

Davis 12

11/17

Loyola-Chicago*

N

L

53-74

13356 Leslie 23

Wood., Les. 7

Blount 16

Williams 10

11/18

Eastern Michigan*

N

W

61-60

13343 Butler 12

Leslie 7

Dobbins 22

Bowdry 8

11/21

PRESBYTERIAN

H

W

55-47

6079

Swansey 12

Three with 6

Bostic 22

Bost., Cole. 6

2009 Review

11/24

SANTA CLARA**

H

W

54-48

4599

Woodbury 14

Jackson 5

Bryant 12

Bryant 13

History

11/25

mISS. VALLEY STATE**

H

W

98-57

4207

Thompkins 23

Price 9

Behling 13

Petty 7

12/2

Western Kentucky (ESPNU)

A

L

63-67

7086

Woodbury 18

Barnes 8

Slaughter 20

Pettigrew 8

12/6

Illinois$ (ESPNU)

N

L

42-76

12139 Woodbury 13

Jackson 8

McCamey 19

Davis 5

12/9

VIRGINIA TECH (FSNS)

H

W

67-66

6779

Butler, Barnes 11 Leslie 8

Vassallo 23

Vassallo 7

12/20

WoFFoRD (CSS)

H

W(oT)

74-73

5860

Thompkins 15

Thompkins 6

Salters 20

Johnson 13

12/22

TAmU-CoRPUS CHRISTI

H

L (oT)

79-80

5703

Ware 22

Butler, Leslie 8

Palmer 31

Watt 7

12/28

N.C. A&T (CSS)

H

W

98-68

6068

Thompkins 22

Thompkins 12

Joshua 17

Coleman 5

12/31

KENNESAW STATE (CSS)

H

W

72-52

6218

Brewer 15

Jackson 10

Dixon 16

Gibson 7

1/3

mISSoURI (FSNS)

H

L

76-83

8060

Woodbury 27

Thompkins 8

Carroll, Taylor 17 Lyons 6

1/6

Georgia Tech (FSNS)

A

L

62-67

8368

Thompkins 20

Thompkins 9

Peacock 18

Lawal 14

1/10

#15 TENNESSEE (Raycom)

H

L

77-86

8769

Woodbury 18

Thompkins 9

Smith 24

Smith 11

1/14

Vanderbilt

A

L

40-50

13972 Woodbury 10

Jackson 5

Ogilvy 18

Beal, Drake 5

1/18

KENTUCKY (Raycom)

H

L

45-68

9090

Woodbury 8

Wood., Leslie 4

meeks 22

Port., Stev. 6

1/24

mISS. STATE (ESPN2)

H

L

61-67

8326

mcPhee 15

Wood., Thom. 6

R. Johnson 21

Varnado 8

1/28

Florida (Raycom)

A

L

57-83

11121

Thom, Butler 10

Woodbury 6

Calathes 20

Calathes 13

1/31

Alabama (FSNS)

A

L

70-75

11046

Thompkins 22

Thompkins 14

Gee 20

Green 13

2/4

LSU

H

L

62-80

6659

Woodbury 22

Woodbury 8

Thornton 30

mitchell 9

2/7

South Carolina (FSNS)

A

L

68-79

18000 Woodbury 20

Thompkins 11

Muldrow 18

Archie 9

2/11

Tennessee (Raycom)

A

L

48-79

18623 Thompkins 10

Thom., Leslie 7

Smith 15

Prince 9

2/14

FLoRIDA (ABC)

H

W

88-86

8348

Woodbury 32

Thompkins 9

Hodge 22

Calathes 9

2/18

AUBURN

H

L

59-71

6707

Ware 14

Thompkins 7

Waller 20

Barber 18

2/21

Ole Miss (FSNS)

A

L

47-69

6994

Woodbury 19

Thompkins 10

T. White 19

Holloway 10

2/25

VANDERBILT

H

W

61-57

5841

mcPhee 14

Thompkins 8

ogilvy 12

ogilvy 8

3/1

Arkansas (Raycom)

A

L

67-89

19724 Thompkins 20

Thompkins 8

Clarke 19

Washington 13

3/4

Kentucky (Raycom)

A

W

90-85

23889 Woodbury 30

Thompkins 11

Meeks 23

Patterson 9

3/7

SoUTH CARoLINA (Raycom) H

L

51-68

7110

Thomp., Bar. 10

Thompkins 9

Downey 23

Holmes 11

3/12

Mississippi State (Raycom)%

L

60-79

11071

Woodbury 14

Wood., Thom. 7

Augustus 19

Varnado 12

N

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USC Upstate GEORGIA (W/72-48) Loyola-Chicago GEORGIA (L/53-74) Eastern Michigan GEORGIA (W/61-60) Presbyterian GEORGIA (W/55-47) Santa Clara GEORGIA (W/54-48) Miss. Valley State GEORGIA (W/98-57) Western Kentucky GEORGIA (L/63-67) Illinois GEORGIA (L/42-76) Virginia Tech GEORGIA (W/67-66) Wofford GEORGIA (W/74-73) Texas A&M-CC GEORGIA (L/79-80) N.C. A&T GEORGIA (W/98-68) Kennesaw State GEORGIA (W/72-52) Missouri GEORGIA (L/76-83) Georgia Tech GEORGIA (L/62-67) Tennessee GEORGIA (L/77-86) Vanderbilt GEORGIA (L/40-50) Kentucky GEORGIA (L/45-68) Miss. State GEORGIA (L/61-67) Florida GEORGIA (L/57-83) Alabama GEORGIA (L/70-75) LSU GEORGIA (L/62-80) South Carolina GEORGIA (L/68-79) Tennessee GEORGIA (L/48-79) Florida GEORGIA (W/88-86) Auburn GEORGIA (L/59-71) Ole Miss GEORGIA (L/47-69) Vanderbilt GEORGIA (W/61-57) Arkansas GEORGIA (L/67-89) Kentucky GEORGIA (W/90-85) South Carolina GEORGIA (L/51-68) Miss. State GEORGIA (L/60-79)

FGs

19-51 25-58 26-65 18-54 22-45 23-64 17-45 25-52 17-44 17-48 23-69 36-59 22-62 25-65 33-58 18-51 24-55 26-65 25-66 29-61 29-64 26-60 28-76 35-66 20-65 25-47 29-65 30-59 26-72 19-55 32-71 24-57 20-49 18-54 22-46 19-61 23-56 22-57 31-63 23-53 27-58 24-60 32-64 23-60 29-62 27-64 32-69 18-50 33-68 31-54 25-55 18-59 28-65 14-56 16-51 22-56 37-76 28-55 25-60 27-54 27-62 18-66 28-55 26-62

Pct. .373 .431 .400 .333 .489 .359 .378 .481 .386 .354 .333 .610 .355 .385 .569 .353 .436 .400 .379 .475 .453 .433 .368 .530 .308 .532 .446 .508 .361 .345 .451 .421 .408 .333 .478 .311 .411 .386 .492 .434 .466 .400 .500 .383 .468 .422 .464 .360 .485 .574 .455 .305 .431 .250 .314 .393 .487 .509 .417 .500 .435 .273 .509 .419

3FGs 3-17 4-18 6-22 1-13 5-16 9-18 6-17 3-7 4-13 2-8 5-22 7-16 5-22 7-20 9-16 2-12 6-20 5-14 6-18 8-24 9-23 6-16 7-22 17-35 6-25 5-17 7-22 8-18 1-11 5-17 7-25 8-20 2-16 4-17 4-11 3-16 9-24 9-24 11-24 6-21 6-13 8-24 4-15 5-22 10-22 4-17 6-20 4-18 11-26 14-26 7-21 10-29 4-17 4-18 6-23 5-14 8-24 9-21 9-20 11-16 9-16 4-22 9-24 7-19

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Pct. .176 .222 .273 .077 .313 .500 .353 .429 .308 .250 .227 .438 .227 .350 .563 .167 .300 .357 .333 .333 .391 .375 .318 .486 .240 .294 .318 .444 .091 .294 .280 .400 .125 .235 .364 .188 .375 .375 .458 .286 .462 .333 .267 .227 .455 .235 .300 .222 .423 .538 .333 .345 .235 .222 .261 .357 .333 .429 .450 .688 .563 .182 .375 .368

FTs

7-11 18-26 16-25 16-23 11-17 6-12 7-10 2-11 10-12 18-24 6-9 19-28 18-27 6-12 1-4 4-7 12-19 10-21 17-26 8-13 13-19 21-31 5-8 11-15 6-8 17-25 18-27 8-16 14-22 19-31 15-26 21-29 8-11 0-2 20-26 4-11 12-19 8-10 10-12 5-13 15-23 14-17 12-18 11-18 11-15 10-14 9-11 8-15 9-13 12-15 14-29 13-21 9-12 15-21 19-26 12-20 7-9 2-5 26-28 25-30 5-7 11-16 14-18 1-4

Pct.

.636 .692 .640 .696 .647 .500 .700 .182 .833 .750 .667 .679 .667 .500 .250 .571 .632 .476 .654 .615 .684 .677 .625 .733 .750 .680 .667 .500 .636 .613 .577 .724 .727 .000 .769 .364 .632 .800 .833 .385 .652 .824 .667 .611 .733 .714 .818 .533 .692 .800 .483 .619 .750 .714 .731 .600 .778 .400 .929 .833 .714 .688 .778 .250

o+D=T Reb.

12+28=40 9+22=31 13+25=38 11+31=42 8+30=38 14+16=30 10+21=31 11+20=31 9+26=35 9+18=27 10+15=25 13+38=51 14+25=39 18+31=49 9+17=26 17+17=34 9+29=38 16+27=43 17+27=44 8+30=38 13+23=36 17+27=44 19+20=39 12+30=42 13+17=30 9+33=42 14+19=33 14+26=40 23+30=53 13+27=40 19+29=48 8+27=35 5+23=28 14+25=39 8+30=38 15+18=33 8+24=32 12+29=41 8+27=35 8+25=33 14+22=36 16+23=39 13+27=40 14+23=37 15+19=34 19+19=38 12+27=39 9+26=35 12+17=29 7+25=32 17+34=51 13+21=34 14+28=42 17+26=43 13+30=43 10+25=35 16+23=39 4+23=27 10+17=27 13+25=38 8+31=39 21+28=49 10+23=33 14+18=32

A

8 10 17 5 17 12 10 10 10 9 12 21 12 14 23 7 14 14 13 24 15 11 16 27 9 19 12 18 11 13 16 12 11 9 13 9 8 7 22 12 14 16 17 8 17 14 25 13 20 17 12 12 8 8 6 11 19 17 14 16 13 6 14 16

To 29 13 10 18 27 16 21 13 25 13 12 14 9 14 14 27 18 12 14 19 25 25 14 13 10 15 10 22 15 19 16 17 12 20 18 19 13 22 7 17 16 20 10 14 21 24 9 25 5 13 16 12 12 16 14 10 11 21 13 19 12 19 15 15

BL 4 3 4 10 3 2 4 4 4 9 0 5 4 3 3 3 7 2 0 7 4 7 5 9 4 7 2 4 8 3 4 0 7 4 11 1 4 2 2 0 5 6 1 0 5 3 1 2 1 4 4 1 7 0 3 1 2 7 14 8 4 2 5 3

ST 6 20 9 7 5 7 6 7 10 11 6 6 6 5 13 7 10 7 7 5 14 14 11 10 8 7 12 5 12 5 7 7 10 8 9 10 13 7 9 6 13 10 7 5 11 8 7 3 8 4 7 8 5 6 4 10 15 4 16 4 10 5 6 5

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PF 21 17 16 21 20 16 14 16 18 13 21 17 11 21 10 12 18 16 17 22 22 19 16 12 17 11 15 21 26 20 24 23 8 17 15 17 11 17 12 11 12 19 18 17 14 16 13 11 13 11 17 22 16 14 20 21 13 15 24 21 18 14 9 15

(1/2/oT) PTS

18/30 27/45 29/45 29/24 30/30 32/29 20/27 27/28 19/29 24/30 26/31 46/52 35/32 38/25 30/46 23/19 41/25 38/29 30/32/11 34/28/12 25/41/14 28/38/13 27/41 51/47 22/30 34/38 32/51 28/48 28/39 38/24 36/50 32/45 26/24 18/22 38/30 19/26 36/31 24/37 42/41 30/27 40/35 35/35 35/45 31/31 41/38 25/43 40/39 23/25 47/39 54/34 45/26 19/40 27/42 21/26 23/34 34/27 47/42 30/37 49/36 47/43 27/41 23/28 40/39 26/34


2008-09 Superlatives Team Superlatives Georgia Points Scored 1st Half Points 2nd Half Points Total FGs made FGs Attempted FG Percentage 3-pt. FGs made 3-pt. FGs Attempted 3-pt. FG Percentage FTs made FTs Attempted FT Percentage Total Rebounds off. Rebounds Def. Rebounds Assists Turnovers Blocked Shots Steals Personal Fouls

High ........................ 98 vs. Miss. Valley State, N.C. A&T ................. 86 by Tennessee, Florida2 Low ......................... 40 vs. Vanderbilt1 ............................................ 47 by Presbyterian High ........................ 54 vs. Florida2 ................................................. 49 by Kentucky2 Low ......................... 18 vs. Vanderbilt .............................................. 18 by USC Upstate High ........................ 52 vs. Miss. Valley State .................................. 51 by Missouri Low ......................... 19 vs. Illinois .................................................... 24 by Vanderbilt 1&2 High ........................ 36 vs. Miss. Valley State .................................. 37 by Arkansas Low ......................... 14 vs. Ole Miss ................................................ 16 by Vanderbilt2 High ........................ 66 vs. N.C. A&T, South Carolina2 .................... 76 by N.C. A&T, Arkansas Low ......................... 47 vs. Kennesaw State .................................... 44 by Santa Clara High ........................ .610 vs. Miss. Valley State ............................... .569 (33x58) by Illinois Low ......................... .250 (14x56) vs. Ole Miss ................................ .314 by Vanderbilt2 High ........................ 17 vs. N.C. A&T ............................................... 11 by Florida, Florida2 Low ......................... 1 vs. Loyola-Chicago ....................................... 1 by Georgia Tech High ........................ 35 vs. N.C. A&T ............................................... 26 by Florida2 Low ......................... 7 vs. Presbyterian ............................................ 13 by Santa Clara High ........................ .688 (11x16) vs. Kentucky2.............................. .563 (9x16) by Illinois, S. Carolina2 Low ......................... .077 (1x13) vs. Loyola-Chicago ....................... .091 (1x11) by Georgia Tech High ........................ 25 vs. Kentucky2.............................................. 26 by Kentucky2 Low ......................... 0 vs. Vanderbilt ................................................ 1 by Illinois High ........................ 31 vs. TAMU-CC, Ga. Tech, ............................ 29 by Auburn Low ......................... 2 vs. Vanderbilt ................................................ 4 by Illinois High ........................ .833 (25x30) vs. Kentucky2 ............................. .929 (26x28) by Kentucky2 Low ......................... .000 (0x2) vs. Vanderbilt .................................. .250 (1x4) by Illinois High ........................ 51 vs. Miss. Valley State .................................. 53 by Georgia Tech Low ......................... 27 vs. Santa Clara, Arkansas........................... 26 by Illinois High ........................ 21 vs. South Carolina2..................................... 23 by Georgia Tech Low ......................... 4 vs. Arkansas.................................................. 5 by Vanderbilt High ........................ 38 vs. Miss. Valley State .................................. 31 by South Carolina2 Low ......................... 16 vs. Eastern Michigan................................... 15 by Miss. Valley State High ........................ 27 vs. N.C. A&T ............................................... 25 by Tennessee2 Low ......................... 5 vs. Loyola-Chicago ....................................... 6 by Vanderbilt2 High ........................ 27 vs. Illinois .................................................... 29 by USC Upstate Low ......................... 10 vs. Vanderbilt2 ............................................ 5 by Florida2 High ........................ 10 vs. Loyola-Chicago ..................................... 14 by Kentucky2 Low ......................... 0 vs. Tennessee, Florida, LSU, Ole Miss ......... 0 by Miss. Valley State, Wofford High ........................ 20 vs. USC Upstate ......................................... 16 by Kentucky2 Low ......................... 3 vs. Tennessee2 ............................................. 4 by Vanderbilt High ....................... 23 vs. Tennessee ............................................. 26 by Georgia Tech Low ......................... 11 vs. Kenn. State, Florida, Tenn.2, Fla.2 ........ 8 by Vanderbilt

Georgia Points Rebounds Assists Turnovers Blocks Steals FGs made FGs Attempted 3FGs made 3FGs Attempted FTs made FTs Attempted 1st-Half Points 2nd-Half Points minutes

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opponent

32 by Woodbury vs. Florida2 ............................................31 by Palmer (TAMUCC) 14 by Thompkins vs. Alabama ..........................................18 by Barber (Auburn) 8 by Swansey vs. Wofford .................................................13 by Calathes (Florida2) 10 by Ware vs. South Carolina..........................................7 by five players (recent: Downey, USC) 5 by Thompkins vs. Santa Clara, Jax vs. Loyola ..............8 by Patterson (Kentucky2) 5 by Swansey, Ware vs. TAMUCC ....................................7 by Palmer (TAMUCC) 10 by Leslie vs. Loyola-Chicago .......................................12 by Mitchell (LSU) 18 by Woodbury vs. Western Kentucky ............................22 by Palmer (TAMUCC) 7 by Woodbury vs. Florida2 ..............................................6 by Palmer (TAMUCC), Hodge (Florida2) 10 by Woodbury vs. Western Ky., Florida2 .......................11 by three players (recent: Waller, Auburn) 12 by Woodbury vs. Kentucky2.........................................9 by Meeks (Kentucky2) 12 by Woodbury vs. Kentucky2.........................................11 by Barber (Auburn) 21 by Woodbury vs. Kentucky2 .........................................21 by R. Johnson (Miss. State) 15 by Thompkins vs. Miss. Valley State ............................18 by Palmer (TAMUCC) 42 by Butler vs. Wofford ..........................................................41 by Salters (Wofford) Georgia Basketball

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School Sec Tennessee# 10-6 South Carolina# 10-6 Florida 9-7 Kentucky 8-8 Vanderbilt 8-8 Georgia 3-13 # - SEC East co-Champions

PcT. .625 .625 .562 .500 .500 .188

home 5-3 7-1 7-1 4-4 6-2 2-6

aWay neuTral 5-3 0-0 3-5 0-0 2-6 0-0 4-4 0-0 2-6 0-0 1-7 0-0

div. 8-2 6-4 5-5 5-5 3-7 3-7

all 21-13 21-10 25-11 22-14 19-12 12-20

PcT. .618 .677 .694 .611 .613 .375

home aWay neuTral 10-5 6-5 5-3 16-3 5-6 0-1 18-2 2-7 5-2 13-6 5-7 4-1 13-4 3-7 3-1 10-8 1-9 1-3

PoSTSeaSon NCAA 1st Round NIT 1st Round NIT 3rd Round NIT 3rd Round -----

home 19-2 18-4 13-5 13-5 12-4 12-6

PoSTSeaSon NCAA 2nd Round NIT 3rd Round NCAA 1st Round -------

Western Division School Sec PcT. home aWay neuTral div. all LSU%^ 13-3 .812 7-1 6-2 0-0 8-2 27-8 Auburn 10-6 .625 6-2 4-4 0-0 8-2 24-12 Mississippi State$ 9-7 .562 5-3 4-4 0-0 4-6 23-13 Alabama 7-9 .438 5-3 2-6 0-0 5-5 18-14 Ole Miss 7-9 .438 5-3 2-6 0-0 4-6 16-15 Arkansas 2-14 .125 2-6 0-8 0-0 1-9 14-16 % - SEC Champion; ^ - SEC West Champion; $ - SEC Tournament Champion

PcT. .771 .667 .639 .563 .516 .467

aWay 6-3 5-5 5-4 2-7 3-7 1-9

neuTral 2-3 1-3 5-4 3-2 1-4 1-1

SEC Tournament Results march 12-15

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First Round, Thursday, march 12 Game 1 (E4) Kentucky 71, (W5) Ole Miss 58 Game 2 (W3) mississippi State 79, (E6) Georgia 60 Game 3 (W5) Alabama 80, (E4) Florida 69 Game 4 (E3) Florida 73, (W6) Arkansas 58 Second Round, Friday, march 13 Game 5 (W1) LSU 67, (E4) Kentucky 58 Game 6 (W3) Mississippi State 82, (E2) South Carolina 68 Game 7 (E1) Tennessee 86, (W4) Alabama 62 Game 8 (W2) Auburn 61, vs. (E3) Florida 58

NCAA Tournament Results EAST REGIoNAL

march 20 @Dayton, ohio. (8) Oklahoma State 77, (9) Tennessee 75

SoUTH REGIoNAL

march 19 @Greensboro, N.C. (8) LSU 75, (9) Butler 71 march 21 @Greensboro, N.C. (1) North Carolina 84, (8) LSU 70

WEST REGIoNAL

march 19 @Portland, ore. (4) Washington 71, (13) Mississippi State 58

Tampa, Fla.

Saturday, march 14 Game 9 (W3) Mississippi State 67, (W1) LSU 57 Game 10 (E1) Tennessee 94, (W2) Auburn 85 Finals, Sunday, march 11 Game 11 (W3) Mississippi State 64, (E1) Tennessee 61

NIT Results First Round - march 17 at (6) Davidson 70, (3) South Carolina 63 at (4) Kentucky 70, (5) UNLV 60 First Round - march 18 at (1) Auburn 87, (4) Tulsa 55 at (1) Florida 84, (8) Jacksonville 62 Second Round - march 20 at (1) Auburn 74, (4) Tulsa 55 at (1) Florida 74, ((4) Miami (Fla.) 60 Second Round - march 23 (4) Kentucky 65, at (1) Creighton 63 Quarterfinals - March 24 (2) Penn State 71, at (1) Florida 62 (3) Baylor 74, at (1) Auburn 72 Quarterfinals - March 25 at (2) Notre Dame 77, (4) Kentucky 67

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Scoring School G PTS Tennessee 34 2665 S. Carolina 31 2425 Florida 36 2774 LSU 35 2617 Arkansas 30 2238 Miss. State 36 2677 Kentucky 36 2669 Alabama 32 2349 Auburn 36 2620 Ole Miss 31 2254 Vanderbilt 31 2185 > GEoRGIA 32 2077

AVG 78.4 78.2 77.1 74.8 74.6 74.4 74.1 73.4 72.8 72.7 70.5 64.9

Scoring School G PTS Florida 16 1229 S. Carolina 16 1228 LSU 16 1217 Tennessee 16 1203 Miss. State 16 1191 Alabama 16 1183 Auburn 16 1163 Ole Miss 16 1155 Kentucky 16 1031 Arkansas 16 1021 Vanderbilt 16 1014 > GEoRGIA 16 991

AVG 76.8 76.8 76.1 75.2 74.4 73.9 72.7 72.2 70.7 70.1 69.6 61.9

fg PercenTage defenSe School FGs FGA PCT Kentucky 822 2114 .389 Miss. State 903 2296 .393 Vanderbilt 713 1789 .399 Auburn 811 1992 .407 LSU 820 2005 .409 Alabama 810 1975 .410 > GEoRGIA 827 1932 .428 Ole Miss 789 1829 .431 S. Carolina 787 1807 .436 Tennessee 864 1950 .443 Florida 900 2027 .444 Arkansas 796 1791 .444

fg PercenTage defenSe School FGs FGA PCT Kentucky 377 945 .399 LSU 398 969 .411 Auburn 378 904 .418 Alabama 426 992 .429 Ole Miss 403 937 .430 Vanderbilt 399 926 .431 Miss. State 427 982 .435 > GEoRGIA 439 975 .450 Tennessee 406 896 .453 S. Carolina 428 939 .456 Florida 435 930 .468 Arkansas 445 943 .572

Scoring defenSe School G PTS Auburn 36 2354 Vanderbilt 31 2033 LSU 35 2316 Kentucky 36 2386 Florida 36 2427 Miss. State 36 2479 > GEoRGIA 32 2237 Alabama 32 2254 S. Carolina 31 2209 Ole Miss 31 2241 Tennessee 34 2465 Arkansas 30 2213

AVG 65.4 65.6 66.2 66.3 67.4 68.9 69.9 70.4 71.3 72.3 72.5 73.8

Scoring DefenSe School G PTS Kentucky 16 1084 Auburn 16 1092 LSU 16 1197 Vanderbilt 16 1133 Tennessee 16 1148 Florida 16 1157 Ole Miss 16 1182 > GEoRGIA 16 1192 Miss. State 16 1192 Alabama 16 1198 S. Carolina 16 1199 Arkansas 16 1252

AVG 67.8 68.2 68.6 70.8 71.8 72.3 73.9 74.5 74.5 74.9 74.9 78.2

3-PT. fg PercenTage School 3FGs 3FGA PCT LSU 213 572 .372 S. Carolina 215 579 .371 Florida 294 802 .367 Miss. State 296 819 .361 Kentucky 202 572 .353 > GEoRIGA 204 597 .342 Ole Miss 215 633 .340 Vanderbilt 190 561 .339 Auburn 278 832 .334 Arkansas 202 608 .332 Alabama 157 479 .328 Tennessee 229 728 .315

3-PT. fg PercenTage School 3FGs 3FGA PCT Florida 145 373 .389 Alabama 80 215 .372 Kentucky 94 257 .366 Miss. State 156 427 .365 S. Carolina 123 337 .365 LSU 93 262 .355 Auburn 121 358 .338 Ole Miss 117 352 .332 > GEoRGIA 108 325 .332 Vanderbilt 94 284 .331 Tennessee 106 328 .323 Arkansas 108 356 .303 3-PT. fg PercenTage defenSe School 3FGs 3FGA PCT LSU 81 277 .292 Auburn 110 354 .311 Ole Miss 115 355 .324 S. Carolina 78 240 .325 Tennessee 115 336 .342 Alabama 127 370 .343 Kentucky 114 323 .353 > GEoRGIA 113 317 .356 Miss. State 113 314 .360 Vanderbilt 123 333 .369 Florida 117 316 .370 Arkansas 139 339 .410

field goal PercenTage School FGs FGA PCT Kentucky 933 1940 .481 Florida 1018 2134 .477 Tennessee 957 2105 .455 Vanderbilt 740 1642 .451 S. Carolina 891 1986 .449 LSU 937 2093 .448 Alabama 845 1913 .442 Auburn 928 2116 .439 Arkansas 797 1821 .438 Ole Miss 792 1830 .433 Miss. State 890 2058 .432 > GEoRGIA 759 1842 .412

fielD goal Percentage School FGs FGA PCT Tennessee 444 955 .465 Florida 443 955 .464 Kentucky 385 846 .455 LSU 431 953 .452 Vanderbilt 384 853 .450 Alabama 420 945 .444 Auburn 430 980 .439 Vanderbilt 450 1031 .436 Ole Miss 414 965 .429 Arkansas 415 996 .417 Miss. State 389 943 .413 >GEoRGIA 356 916 .389

3-PT. fg PercenTage defenSe School 3FGs 3FGA PCT Alabama 219 701 .312 LSU 188 596 .315 Ole Miss 208 639 .326 Auburn 260 788 .330 > GEoRGIA 207 627 .330 S. Carolina 161 485 .332 Tennessee 245 728 .337 Miss. State 236 701 .337 Florida 248 707 .351 Kentucky 256 728 .352 Vanderbilt 213 597 .357 Arkansas 244 661 .369

Turnover margin School To oPP mar. S. Carolina 13.6 19.5 +5.90 Auburn 13.1 16.3 +3.20 Florida 12.1 15.1 +3.00 Tennessee 13.3 15.1 +1.80 Arkansas 14.0 15.2 +1.20 LSU 12.1 13.2 +1.00 Alabama 14.5 14.4 -0.10 Miss. State 14.4 13.6 -0.80 Ole Miss 13.2 12.1 -1.10 Vanderbilt 15.0 12.6 -2.50 Kentucky 16.9 14.4 -2.60 > GEoRGIA 17.4 14.8 -2.60

turnover Margin School To oPP mar. S. Carolina 13.6 19.4 +5.80 Auburn 11.9 14.9 +3.00 Tennessee 12.2 15.1 +2.90 Florida 11.5 14.1 +2.60 Arkansas 13.8 15.1 +1.20 Miss. State 13.0 14.2 +1.20 LSU 12.6 12.2 -0.40 Alabama 15.1 14.1 -1.00 Ole Miss 13.7 10.5 -3.20 Kentucky 17.0 13.6 -3.40 Vanderbilt 15.4 11.9 -3.60 > GEoRGIA 18.0 12.8 -5.20

free ThroW PercenTage School FT FTA PCT Kentucky 601 777 .773 Ole Miss 455 625 .728 Vanderbilt 515 719 .716 LSU 530 740 .716 Miss. State 601 847 .710 Alabama 502 711 .706 Florida 444 641 .693 Tennessee 522 772 .676 Arkansas 442 679 .651 S. Carolina 428 670 .639 > GEoRGIA 355 556 .638 Auburn 486 802 .606

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free ThroW PercenTage School FTm FTA PCT Kentucky 267 347 .769 LSU 262 359 .730 Miss. State 257 355 .724 Alabama 263 373 .705 Florida 198 284 .697 Vanderbilt 252 363 .694 Ole Miss 210 306 .686 > GEoRGIA 171 257 .665 Arkansas 183 281 .651 Tennessee 209 324 .645 S. Carolina 205 340 .603 Auburn 182 302 .603

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rebounding offenSe School G REB AVG Alabama 32 1264 39.5 LSU 35 1365 39.0 Tennessee 34 1316 38.7 Miss. State 36 1384 38.4 Arkansas 30 1129 37.6 > GEoRGIA 32 1203 37.6 Ole Miss 31 1151 37.1 Kentucky 36 1330 36.9 Vanderbilt 31 1144 36.9 Auburn 36 1323 36.8 S. Carolina 31 1114 35.9 Florida 36 1234 34.3

rebounding offenSe School G REB Avg. LSU 16 636 39.8 Ole Miss 16 634 39.6 Alabama 16 608 38.0 > GEoRGIA 16 588 36.8 Vanderbilt 16 587 36.7 Auburn 16 583 36.4 Kentucky 16 381 36.3 Miss. State 16 574 35.9 Tennessee 16 559 34.9 Arkansas 16 557 34.8 S. Carolina 16 550 34.4 Florida 16 529 33.1

blockS School G BLK Avg. Miss. State 36 271 7.5 Kentucky 36 238 6.6 LSU 35 212 6.1 S. Carolina 31 155 5.0 Alabama 32 144 4.5 Vanderbilt 31 137 4.4 > GEoRGIA 32 122 3.8 Tennessee 34 124 3.6 Auburn 36 123 3.4 Ole Miss 31 103 3.3 Arkansas 30 86 2.9 Florida 36 97 2.7

rebounding defenSe School G REB AVG Kentucky 36 1151 32.0 Vanderbilt 31 997 32.2 LSU 35 1185 33.9 Florida 36 1221 33.9 Tennessee 34 1167 34.3 Arkansas 30 1079 36.0 Ole Miss 31 1126 36.3 Auburn 36 1326 36.8 > GEoRGIA 32 1179 36.8 Alabama 32 1185 37.0 S. Carolina 31 1198 38.6 Miss. State 36 1419 39.4

rebounding defenSe School G REB Avg. Vanderbilt 16 512 32.0 Kentucky 16 530 33.1 Tennessee 16 544 34.0 LSU 16 562 35.1 Ole Miss 16 572 35.8 Florida 16 575 35.9 Alabama 16 590 36.9 Auburn 16 594 37.1 > GEoRGIA 16 600 37.5 Arkansas 16 609 38.1 Miss. State 16 639 39.9 S. Carolina 16 659 41.2

School S. Carolina Auburn Florida LSU Arkansas Alabama > GEoRGIA Miss. State Tennessee Kentucky Vanderbilt Ole Miss

rebounding margin School REB oPP mar. LSU 39.0 33.9 +5.1 Kentucky 36.9 32.0 +5.0 Vanderbilt 36.9 32.2 +4.7 Tennessee 38.7 34.3 +4.4 Alabama 39.5 37.0 +2.5 Arkansas 37.6 36.0 +1.7 Ole Miss 37.1 36.3 +0.8 > GEoRGIA 37.6 36.8 +0.8 Florida 34.3 33.9 +0.4 Auburn 36.8 36.8 -0.1 Miss. State 38.4 39.4 -1.0 S. Carolina 35.9 38.6 -2.7

rebounding margin School REB oPP mar. Vanderbilt 36.7 32.0 +4.7 LSU 39.8 35.1 +4.6 Ole Miss 39.6 35.8 +3.9 Kentucky 36.3 33.1 +3.2 Alabama 38.0 36.9 +1.1 Tennessee 34.9 34.0 +0.9 Auburn 36.4 37.1 -0.7 > GEoRGIA 36.8 37.5 -0.8 Florida 33.1 35.9 -2.9 Arkansas 34.8 38.1 -3.2 Miss. State 35.9 39.9 -4.1 S. Carolina 34.4 41.2 -6.8

aSSiST / Turnover raTio School Asst. To Ratio Florida 16.8 12.1 1.4 LSU 15.1 12.1 1.2 Tennessee 16.3 13.3 1.2 Auburn 14.1 13.1 1.1 Arkansas 13.0 14.0 0.9 Kentucky 15.8 16.9 0.9 Ole Miss 11.7 13.2 0.9 Miss. State 12.4 14.4 0.9 Vanderbilt 12.5 15.0 0.8 S. Carolina 11.0 13.6 0.8 Alabama 11.2 14.5 0.8 > GEoRGIA 13.0 17.4 0.8

aSSiST / Turnover raTio School Asst. To Ratio Florida 15.7 11.5 1.4 Tennessee 15.4 12.2 1.3 LSU 15.1 12.6 1.2 Auburn 13.3 11.9 1.1 Miss. State 12.3 13.0 0.9 Ole Miss 11.6 13.7 0.8 Arkansas 11.6 13.8 0.8 Kentucky 13.6 17.0 0.8 Alabama 11.9 15.1 0.8 Vanderbilt 11.3 15.4 0.7 S. Carolina 9.8 13.6 0.7 > GEoRGIA 11.7 18.0 0.6

aSSiSTS School G AST Florida 36 605 Tennessee 34 554 Kentucky 36 567 LSU 35 529 Auburn 36 507 > GEoRGIA 32 417 Arkansas 30 390 Vanderbilt 31 389 Miss. State 36 447 Ole Miss 31 362 Alabama 32 357 S. Carolina 31 341

aSSiSTS School G AST Florida 16 251 Tennessee 16 246 LSU 16 241 Kentucky 16 218 Auburn 16 213 Miss. State 16 197 Alabama 16 190 > GEoRGIA 16 187 Arkansas 16 186 Ole Miss 16 185 Vanderbilt 16 180 S. Carolina 16 157

3-PT. fgS made / game School G 3FGm Avg. Miss. State 36 296 8.2 Florida 36 294 8.2 Auburn 36 278 7.7 Ole Miss 31 215 6.9 S. Carolina 31 215 6.9 Tennessee 34 229 6.7 Arkansas 30 202 6.7 > GEoRGIA 32 204 6.4 Vanderbilt 31 190 6.1 LSU 35 213 6.1 Kentucky 36 202 5.6 Alabama 32 157 4.9

3-PT. fgS made / game School G 3FGm Avg. Miss. State 16 156 9.8 Florida 16 145 9.1 S. Carolina 16 123 7.7 Auburn 16 121 7.6 Ole Miss 16 117 7.3 > GEoRGIA 16 108 6.8 Arkansas 16 108 6.8 Tennessee 16 106 6.6 Vanderbilt 16 94 5.9 Kentucky 16 94 5.9 LSU 16 93 5.8 Alabama 16 80 5.0

Avg. 16.8 16.3 15.8 15.1 14.1 13.0 13.0 12.5 12.4 11.7 11.2 11.0

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Avg. 15.7 15.4 15.1 13.6 13.3 12.3 11.9 11.7 11.6 11.6 11.3 9.8

STealS G STL Avg. 31 284 9.2 36 327 9.1 36 294 8.2 35 267 7.6 30 227 7.6 32 235 7.3 32 233 7.3 36 250 6.9 34 225 6.6 36 238 6.6 31 174 5.6 31 173 5.6

blockS School G BLK Avg. Kentucky 16 103 6.4 LSU 16 99 6.2 Miss. State 16 99 6.2 S. Carolina 16 83 5.2 Alabama 16 72 4.5 Vanderbilt 16 66 4.1 Tennessee 16 56 3.5 Auburn 16 53 3.3 Ole Miss 16 51 3.2 Arkansas 16 43 2.7 > GEoRGIA 16 41 2.6 Florida 16 41 2.6

School S. Carolina Miss. State Auburn Arkansas Alabama Florida LSU Kentucky > GEoRGIA Tennessee Vanderbilt Ole Miss

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STealS G STL Avg. 16 137 8.6 16 126 7.9 16 125 7.8 16 125 7.8 16 116 7.3 16 116 7.3 16 110 6.9 16 106 6.6 16 105 6.6 16 104 6.5 16 80 5.0 16 77 4.8


2008-09 SEC Individual Statistics

SEC Individual Statistics Scoring — All gAmeS Player, School Jodie Meeks, UK Marcus Thornton, LSU Devan Downey, USC David Huertas, UM Patrick Patterson, UK Tyler Smith, UT Nick Calathes, UF Tasmin Mitchell, LSU Michael Washington, ARK Zam Frederick, USC A.J. Ogilvy, VU

G 36 35 31 30 34 34 36 35 30 31 29

FG 263 256 231 166 240 196 205 224 178 165 152

3P 117 78 52 77 0 28 73 0 5 61 7

FT 211 149 100 133 129 170 135 111 103 88 137

Scoring — Sec gAmeS only PTS 854 739 614 542 609 590 618 569 464 479 448

AVG 23.7 21.1 19.8 18.1 17.9 17.4 17.2 16.3 15.5 15.5 15.4

Player, School Jodie Meeks, UK Marcus Thornton, LSU Devan Downey, USC Nick Calathes, UF Terrico White, UM Tasmin Mitchell, LSU Patrick Patterson, UK Tyler Smith, UT David Huertas, UM Zam Fredrick A.J. Ogilvy, VU

G 16 16 16 16 16 16 14 16 15 16 15

FG 122 118 120 97 106 110 94 92 78 84 79

3P 53 37 35 39 46 0 0 18 35 36 4

FT 102 90 43 62 37 67 53 73 54 47 60

PTS 399 363 318 295 295 294 241 275 245 251 226

AVG 24.9 22.7 19.9 18.4 18.4 18.4 17.2 17.2 16.3 15.7 15.1

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rebounding G REB Avg. M. Washington, AR 30 294 9.8 K. Barber, AU 36 347 9.6 P. Patterson, UK 34 316 9.3 J. Varnado, MS 36 317 8.8 W. Chism, UT 34 273 8.0 M. Holmes, SC 31 240 7.7 J. Green, UA 32 242 7.6 T. Thompkins, UG 28 206 7.4 C. Johnson, LS 35 253 7.2 A. Gee, UA 32 231 7.2

rebounding Player G REB Avg. K. Barber, AU 16 181 11.3 M. Washington, AR 16 142 10.1 P. Patterson, UK 16 120 9.1 J. Varnado, MS 16 131 8.3 T. Mitchell, LS 16 129 8.2 J. Green, UA 15 126 8.1 T. Thompkins, UG 16 126 7.8 C. Johnson, LS 16 123 7.8 M. Holloway, UM 16 119 7.3 W. Chism, UT 16 117 6.7

free ThroW PercenTage (min. 2.5 made per game) Player FTs FTA Pct. J. Meeks, UK 211 234 .902 M. Torrance, UA 76 86 .884 T. Woodbury, GA78 93 .839 J. Beal, VU 93 113 .823 D. Huertas, UM 133 165 .806 B. Stewart, MS 121 156 .776 P. Patterson, UK 129 168 .768 T. Smith, UT 170 222 .766 D. Downey, SC 100 134 .746 M. Thornton, LS 149 200 .745

free ThroW PercenTage (min. 2.5 made per game) Player FTs FTA Pct. J. Meeks, UK 102 114 .895 M. Torrance, UA 50 56 .893 T. Woodbury, UG49 60 .817 M. Thornton, LS 90 114 .789 J. Beal, VU 48 61 .787 T. Smith, UT 73 93 .785 D. Huertas, UM 54 69 .783 B. Stewart, MS 61 78 .782 P. Patterson, UK 53 70 .757 D. Bost, MS 67 89 .753

field goal PercenTage (min. 5.0 made per game) Player FGs FGA Pct. A. Ogilvy, VU 81 145 .559 A. Tyus, UF 81 148 .547 T. Mitchell, LS 110 204 .539 K. Barber, AU 83 154 .539 P. Patterson, UK 94 179 .525 J. Varnado, MS 80 156 .513 M. Washington, AR 87 170 .512 N. Calathes, UF 97 208 .466 M. Thornton, LS 118 254 .465 W. Chism, UT 82 179 .458

aSSiSTS Player G N. Calathes, UF 36 C. Fortson, AR 29 D. Downey, SC 31 D. Bost, MS 36 G. Temple, LS 35 D. Reed, AU 36 D. Ware, GA 32 T. Smith, UT 34 B. Maze, UT 34 J. Beal, VU 31

aSSiSTS Player G No. Avg. N. Calathes, UF 16 99 6.2 C. Fortson, AR 15 77 5.1 D. Downey, SC 16 75 4.7 D. Bost, MS 16 71 4.4 G. Temple, LS 16 62 3.9 J. Prince, UT 16 59 3.7 D. Ware, UG 16 57 3.6 D. Reed, AU 16 56 3.5 T. Smith, UT 16 54 3.4 M. Torrance, UA 15 49 3.3 blockS Player G No. Avg. J. Varnado, MS 16 61 3.8 C. Johnson, LS 16 54 3.4 S. Muldrow, SC 16 32 2.0 P. Patterson, UK 14 28 2.0 A. Ogilvy, VU 15 26 1.7 J. Green, UA 16 26 1.6 P. Stevenson, UK16 25 1.6 M. Washington, AR 16 24 1.5 1.3 K. Barber, AU 16 21 M. White, UM 16 20 1.3

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field goal PercenTage (min. 5.0 made per game) Player FGs FGA Pct. P. Patterson, UK 240 398 .603 A. Tyus, UF 195 330 .591 M. Washington, AR 178 323 .551 J. Varnado, MS 180 328 .549 K. Barber, AU 188 345 .545 A. Ogilvy, VU 152 280 .543 T. Mitchell, LS 224 429 .522 N. Calathes, UF 205 425 .482 M. Thornton, LS 256 542 .472 J. Meeks, UK 263 568 .463 3-PoinT fg PercenTage Player 3FGs 3FGA Pct J. Meeks, UK 117 288 .406 R. Clarke, AR 83 211 .393 T. Waller, AU 100 272 .368 D, Huertas, UM 77 217 .355 (Just four players met the minimum standard of 2.5 made per game.) 3-PoinT goalS Per game Player G 3FGm Avg. J. Meeks, UK 36 117 3.3 T. Waller, AU 36 100 2.8 R. Clarke, AR 30 83 2.8 D. Huertas, UM 30 77 2.6 R. Johnson, MS 36 83 2.3 M. Thornton, LS 35 78 2.2 B. Tinsley, VU 31 69 2.2 N. Calathes, UF 36 73 2.0 B. Stewart, MS 36 72 2.0 T. White, UM 31 62 2.0

3-PoinT fg PercenTage (min. 2.0 made per game) Player 3FGs 3FGA Pct J. Meeks, UK 53 135 .393 T. Waller, AU 46 121 .380 R. Clarke, AR 46 121 .380 R. Johnson, MS 42 111 .378 T. White, UM 46 129 .357 (Just five players met the minimum standard of 2.5 made per game.) 3-PoinT goalS Per game Player G 3FGm Avg. J. Meeks, UK 16 53 3.3 T. Waller, AU 16 46 2.9 T. White, UM 16 46 2.9 R. Clarke, AR 16 46 2.9 R. Johnson, MS 16 42 2.6 N. Calathes, UF 16 39 2.4 B. Stewart, MS 16 38 2.4 D. Huertas, UM 15 35 2.3 M. Thornton, LS 16 37 2.3 Z. Fredrick, SC 16 36 2.3

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No. Avg. 231 6.4 172 5.9 140 4.5 156 4.3 134 3.8 134 3.7 108 3.4 114 3.4 109 3.2 99 3.2

blockS Player G No. Avg. J. Varnado, MS 36 170 4.7 C. Johnson, LS 35 95 2.7 P. Patterson, UK 34 70 2.1 P. Stevenson, UK36 67 1.9 A. Ogilvy, VU 29 48 1.7 J. Green, UA 32 51 1.6 M. White, UM 31 43 1.4 M. Washington, AR 30 39 1.3 K. Barber, AU 36 44 1.2 M. Holmes, SC 31 37 1.2 D. Archie, SC 31 37 1.2 STealS Player G D. Downey, SC 31 N. Calathes, UF 36 D. Reed, AU 36 S. Hillman, UA 32 G. Temple, LS 35 M. Thornton, LS 35 T. Mitchell, LS 35 Q. Robertson, AU36 J. Prince, UT 31 D. Archie, SC 31

No. Avg. 89 2.9 68 1.9 67 1.9 57 1.8 60 1.7 56 1.6 55 1.6 55 1.5 47 1.5 47 1.5

STealS Player G D. Downey, SC 16 N. Calathes, UF 16 A. Brock, UA 13 D. Reed, AU 16 P. Turner, MS 16 T. Mitchell, LS 16 B. Stewart, MS 16 M. Thornton, LS 16 D. Bost, MS 16 J. Prince, UT 16

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No. Avg. 47 3.06 31 2.19 24 1.87 29 1.69 29 1.56 28 1.50 26 1.50 25 1.47 24 1.44 24 1.44

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Georgia 72, USC Upstate 48 Nov. 14, 2008 - Athens, Ga.

Loyola-Chicago 74, Georgia 53 Nov. 17, 2008 - W. Lafayette, Ind.

Georgia 61, Eastern michigan 60 Nov. 18, 2008 - W. Lafayette, Ind.

Game Summary Georgia, sporting new faces everywhere, opened its regular season with a predictably balky offense. The Bulldogs compensated by hounding USC Upstate on defense throughout, and the result was a workmanlike blowout victory. Zac Swansey and freshman Travis Leslie led four double-figure scorers with 11 points each. No one, however, seemed able to jump-start the Bulldog offense in the opening minutes. Indeed, it took over 12 minutes for Georgia to reach double digits, reserve guard Ricky mcPhee doing the deed on a 3-pointer that put his team ahead 12-10 at the 7:55 mark. Georgia never trailed after the McPhee trey. Its largest lead of the first half came on a Terrance Woodbury jumper with 3:53 left that boosted the margin to 24-12. Consecutive jumpers by reserve Carter Cook got the Spartans within 30-26 just three minutes into the second half. Georgia responded with nine unanswered points, and the Bulldogs were never threatened thereafter. The Georgia lead first reached 20 points at at 52-32 on a short jumper by Jeremy Price with 8:31 left. Its biggest advantage came on a Troy Brewer breakaway dunk that netted the game’s final score.

Game Summary Loyola of Chicago opened the second half with a 15-2 run, breaking open a tight game and sending Georgia to a 74-53 defeat in the first round of the Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off. After Loyola had led in the first half by as many as five points, the two teams played to a 29-all tie at halftime. Andy Polka’s driving 3-point play 21 seconds into the final period ignited the Ramblers on their decisive run. After a Zac Swansey turnover, Polka connected again, giving his team a 34-29 advantage with 18:39 left. The Loyola lead reached double figures at 42-31 on a pair of foul shots by J.R. Blount with 15:55 left. Even with a halftime tie, Georgia struggled throughout with its ballhandling and shooting. The Bulldogs shot just 34 percent from the field and committed 18 turnovers to go along with only five assists. The loss overshadowed a superb performance by Georgia freshman Travis Leslie, who led all scorers with 23 points. The 6-3 guard made 10 of 14 shots, mostly slashing drives along the baseline, as well as one stupendous dunk in the second half.

Game Summary Georgia used a 16-2 run over a sixminute stretch in the second half to erase an 11-point deficit and defeat Eastern Michigan 61-60 in the consolation bracket of the Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off. The Bulldogs trailed 53-42 with 8:48 left, but outscored the Eagles 19-7 down the stretch. Dustin Ware connected on a 3-pointer with 57 seconds remaining to gave Georgia a 61-59 lead. EMU’s Brandon Bowdry then hit the second of two free throws to pull the Eagles within one with 38 seconds left. Ware missed a 1-and-1 free throw with 25 seconds left. L.J. Frazier rebounded for the Hurons, and after dribbling the clock down to 10 seconds, drove the lane before charging into Corey Butler with just six ticks left. Zac Swansey missed another 1-and1 chance with :05 remaining. Antonio Green drove toward the Eastern Michigan basket, but he failed to launch his layup attempt before the buzzer sounded. Butler led Georgia with 12 points while Terrance Woodbury and Ware each added 11. Ware came off the bench and hit four treys—all in the second half. The Eagles opened the second half on an 11-2 run, and Bowdry’s jumper with 8:56 left gave Eastern Michigan an 11 point advantage.

Team / Individual Notes USC Upstate’s 29 turnovers were the most by a Georgia opponent since Valdosta State on 11/18/06.

Team / Individual Notes Georgia had just five assists to 18 turnovers...Woodbury and Leslie combined to score 42 of Georgia’s 53 points...They shot 15x25 (60%) from the field; all else combined for 3x29 (10.3%).

USC Upstate (0-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Boros 0-1 0-1 0-0 3 2 0 0 12 Schneiders 2-5 0-0 1-4 10 2 1 5 30 Chavis 2-9 0-5 0-0 1 2 0 4 23 Uzochukwu 3-8 1-1 0-0 2 3 0 7 37 Davis 5-9 0-1 1-1 12 4 4 11 34 Rich 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 6 Gordon 2-7 1-4 3-4 5 3 2 8 18 Cook 4-8 1-3 2-2 0 1 1 11 22 Rogers 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 4 0 2 18 ToTALS 19-51 3-17 7-11 40 21 8 48 200 Georgia (1-0) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 4-6 0-1 3-4 2 0 4 11 25 Butler 3-6 1-2 2-3 1 2 0 9 19 Woodbury 3-11 0-5 4-4 4 3 1 10 27 Jackson 0-3 0-0 0-0 3 5 0 0 11 Price 3-6 0-1 1-4 5 2 0 7 23 Ware 2-7 1-3 0-0 1 1 2 5 19 Barnes 2-5 0-0 0-1 8 1 1 4 29 McPhee 2-3 2-3 4-4 0 1 1 10 11 Brewer 1-2 0-1 0-0 0 2 0 2 6 Leslie 4-5 0-0 3-4 2 0 1 11 15 Zlovaric 1-4 0-2 1-2 3 0 0 3 15 ToTALS 25-58 4-18 18-26 31 17 10 72 200 Halftime: Georgia 27, USC Upstate 18. FG Pct: Georgia .431, USC Upstate .373. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .222, USC Upstate .176. FT Pct: Georgia 692, USC Upstate .636. Turnovers: Georgia 13 (Price 3), USC Upstate 29 (Davis 7). Blocks: Georgia 3 (Barnes 2), USC Upstate 4 (Schneiders 3). Technicals: None. Officials: Lindsay, Cassell, Turner. Att. - 6,179.

Loyola-Chicago (1-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Cerasoli 5-13 2-5 0-0 3 4 2 12 28 Blount 4-15 1-4 7-8 3 2 7 16 36 Polka 5-9 0-2 2-4 8 0 2 12 34 Forman 3-9 1-5 3-4 4 3 2 10 27 Williams 4-7 0-0 1-4 10 2 0 9 34 Benkoske 2-3 0-0 0-1 1 2 0 4 9 Hicks 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 4 Gibler 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 2 Thomas 3-7 2-5 1-1 1 1 0 9 11 Stanley 0-2 0-1 0-1 3 2 4 0 14 Sterling 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 0 0 2 1 ToTALS 26-65 6-22 16-25 38 16 17 74 200 Georgia (1-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 2 14 Butler 0-2 0-2 0-0 5 2 1 0 19 Woodbury 5-11 1-4 8-8 7 0 0 19 37 Jackson 1-3 0-0 1-2 5 2 0 3 24 Price 1-9 0-0 0-0 2 3 0 2 25 Ware 0-7 0-5 2-2 1 3 3 2 23 Leslie 10-14 0-0 3-6 7 3 1 23 26 Barnes 0-2 0-0 2-4 6 3 0 2 17 McPhee 0-1 0-1 0-1 2 0 0 0 9 Brewer 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 Zlovaric 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 5 ToTALS 18-54 1-13 16-23 42 21 5 53 200 Halftime: 29-all. FG Pct: Georgia .333, LUC 400. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .077, LUC .273. FT Pct: Georgia .696, LUC .640. Turnovers: Georgia 18 (Three with 4), LUC 10 (Blount 4). Blocks: Georgia 10 (Jackson 5), LUC 4 (Williams 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Collins, Hampton, Wymer. Att. - 13,356

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Team / Individual Notes Butler and Ware combined for five 3-pointers in the second half. Eastern michigan (1-2) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Dobbins 8-12 0-0 6-7 7 3 0 22 34 Bowdry 6-10 0-1 2-6 8 3 1 14 24 Farris 1-3 1-2 0-0 1 1 1 3 16 Frazier 1-4 1-4 3-4 4 5 9 6 32 Cooper 0-1 0-1 0-0 3 1 1 0 32 Harrison 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 3 Green 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 2 2 2 8 Gay 5-12 3-8 0-0 6 3 0 13 30 Farrow 0-1 0-0 0-0 4 1 2 0 15 Dodd 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 6 Janton 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0 ToTALS 22-45 5-16 11-17 38 20 17 60 200 Georgia (2-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 3-5 1-1 0-1 3 0 3 7 20 Butler 4-7 4-5 0-0 4 2 1 12 27 Woodbury 4-10 1-5 2-2 2 5 0 11 36 Jackson 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 4 Price 4-11 0-0 1-1 6 3 3 9 26 Ware 4-8 3-5 0-1 2 2 3 11 29 Barnes 1-5 0-0 3-5 2 0 0 5 16 McPhee 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 1 2 0 11 Leslie 3-14 0-1 0-2 7 1 0 6 24 Zlovaric 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 7 ToTALS 23-64 9-18 6-12 30 16 12 61 200 Halftime: Georgia 32, EMU 30. FG Pct: Georgia ..359, EMU .489. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .500, EMU .313. FT Pct: Georgia .500, EMU .647. Turnovers: Georgia 16 (Woodbury 4), EMU 27 (Bowdry 27). Blocks: Georgia 2 (Barnes, Leslie), EMU 3 (Three with 1). Technicals: Butler, Price. Officials: Roberts, Beaver, Breeding. Att. - 13,343

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Georgia 55, Presbyterian 47 Nov. 21, 2008 - Athens, Ga.

Georgia 54, Santa Clara 48 Nov. 24, 2008 - Athens, Ga.

Georgia 98, miss. Valley State 57 Nov. 25, 2008 - Athens, Ga.

Game Summary Zac Swansey scored 12 points and helped Georgia to overcome a second-half deficit and defeat Presbyterian in a game that seemed more competitive than the final margin hinted. Despite an offense that continues to find its way, Georgia had nudged ahead to a 7-point halftime cushion. It didn’t take long for the Blue Hose to regain equal footing after intermission. Consecutive 3-pointers by Bryan Bostic -- who scored 21 second-half points in these two teams’ meeting last year -opened the scoring in the final period. His two foul shots with 17:02 left put Presbyterian in front for the first time at 30-28. Bostic’s jumper with 12:33 remaining kept the Blue Hose ahead at 36-34. It was their last lead of the game. Georgia answered the Bostic basket with a 13-0 run, covering just over three minutes and essentially deciding the game. Terrance Woodbury started Georgia’s second-half run with a bucket at the 12:17 mark, regaining a 36-all tie. Jeremy Price followed a PC miss with a basket, and freshman Travis Leslie then dunked to give the Bulldogs a 40-36 margin. Swansey continued the streak with consecutive baskets, and Corey Butler ended it on a 3-pointer with 9:09 left.

Game Summary Terrance Woodbury scored a gamehigh 14 points, including 7-of-8 foul shooting in the second half, as Georgia edged a scrappy Santa Clara squad in the Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off consolation bracket. Georgia used a late run in the first half to nudge ahead to a 24-19 halftime lead. After the Bulldogs had increased it to seven points early in the second half, Santa Clara got back into contention. Seven straight points by the Broncos (1-3), the last of which came on a 3-pointer by Kevin Foster with 16:27 left, knotted the score at 29. Even after a Georgia time out, Santa Clara surged ahead by cashing a Georgia turnover into a breakaway dunk by Ben Dowdell. At the 14:31 mark Georgia took the lead for good on a turnaround move by Chris Barnes, pushing his team ahead 33-31. The Bulldogs twice led by as many as seven points thereafter, the final time at 50-43 on a pair of foul shots by Albert Jackson. Foster then got Santa Clara back within four on three consecutive foul shots with 56 seconds left. Woodbury and Corey Butler, however, kept the Broncos at bay by sinking foul shots in the final 35 seconds.

Game Summary Freshmen Trey Thompkins and Drazen Zlovaric led an offensive barrage with 23 and 16 points, respectively, as the Bulldogs took their most promising step forward to date in their last NIT Season Tip-Off consolation game. Thompkins, who missed nearly all of pre-season camp and the first four games with an ankle injury, did much of his work from short range. Zlovaric did all of his scoring damage from the outside. Together, they sank 15 of 17 shots, including 3 of 4 three-point attempts. The two teams played evenly until a late first-half surge put Georgia firmly in command. A layup by Travis Leslie with 8:39 left put the Bulldogs ahead by 26-16, their first double-digit margin of the game. Thompkins’ 3-pointer at the first-half buzzer put his team in front by 20 at 4626. Georgia’s largest lead of the game occurred at 96-52 on two free throws by Jeremy Price with 2:41 remaining.

Team / Individual Notes Both of Georgia’s seniors, Woodbury (38) and Butler (36), played career-high minutes in this game. Presbyterian (0-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Miller 1-6 1-5 0-0 3 2 3 3 40 Johnson 2-7 2-4 0-0 5 5 1 6 35 Bostic 8-17 3-8 3-3 6 3 3 22 38 Coleman 3-7 0-0 2-3 6 3 2 8 35 Sligh 1-3 0-0 1-2 3 1 1 3 26 Gatkuoth 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 5 Gibbs 2-2 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 4 14 Holmes 0-3 0-0 1-2 1 0 0 1 7 ToTALS 17-45 6-17 7-10 31 14 10 47 200 Georgia (3-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Ware 2-7 0-0 1-3 0 0 3 5 30 Swansey 6-10 0-1 0-3 6 0 2 12 29 Butler 2-4 2-3 0-0 4 2 1 6 36 Woodbury 5-14 0-2 0-1 3 4 1 10 38 Price 4-10 0-0 0-0 6 4 0 8 19 Barnes 3-4 0-0 1-4 1 3 1 7 21 McPhee 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 3 Brewer 1-1 1-1 0-0 1 0 0 3 5 Leslie 2-2 0-0 0-0 6 1 1 4 16 Zlovaric 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 3 ToTALS 25-52 3-7 2-11 31 16 10 55 200 Halftime: Georgia 27, Presbyterian 20. FG Pct: Georgia .481, Presbyterian .378. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .429, Presbyterian .353. FT Pct: Georgia .182, Presbyterian .700. Turnovers: Georgia 13 (Barnes 4), Presbyterian 21 (Coleman 7). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Leslie 2), Presbyterian 4 (Coleman 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Valentine, Hampton, Woodson. Att. - 6,079

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Team / Individual Notes Both of Georgia’s seniors, Woodbury (38) and Butler (36), played career-high minutes in this game. Santa Clara (1-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Rahon 4-11 1-5 0-0 3 2 0 9 25 Johnson 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 1 2 16 Dowdell 3-6 0-0 1-1 3 3 4 7 25 Santos 2-6 2-4 4-4 2 2 2 10 30 Bryant 5-8 0-0 2-4 13 2 0 12 35 Thompson 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 2 Alexander 0-4 0-1 0-0 1 2 1 0 27 Trasolini 1-2 0-0 0-0 3 2 1 2 19 Foster 1-6 1-3 3-3 5 4 1 6 21 ToTALS 17-44 4-13 10-12 35 18 10 48 200 Georgia (4-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 2-6 0-0 1-4 3 1 3 5 31 Butler 0-3 0-1 2-2 4 3 4 2 29 Woodbury 3-10 1-2 7-8 2 3 1 14 32 Jackson 5-7 0-0 2-2 5 0 0 12 25 Price 2-7 0-0 0-0 2 2 1 4 21 Ware 1-3 0-1 1-2 0 3 0 3 16 Barnes 1-1 0-0 0-0 3 1 0 2 12 Brewer 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 4 Leslie 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 2 12 Thompkins 2-7 1-3 5-6 2 0 0 10 18 Zlovaric 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 ToTALS 17-48 2-8 18-24 27 13 9 54 200 Halftime: Georgia 24, Santa Clara 19. FG Pct: Georgia .354, Santa Clara .386. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .250, Santa Clara .308. FT Pct: Georgia .750, Santa Clara .833. Turnovers: Georgia 13 (Woodbury 3), Santa Clara 25 (Rahon 5). Blocks: Georgia 9 (Thompkins 5), Santa Clara 4 (Trasolini 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Driscoll, Daily, Moore. Att. - 4,200

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Team / Individual Notes Georgia’s 61 percent field-goal shooting was its best in over two years, going back to a 61.8 percent effort vs. S.C. State on 11/21/06...Of Zlovaric’s five 2-point goals, four of them were made with his foot on the 3-point stripe. mississippi Valley State (0-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Harmason 4-13 0-1 3-4 4 0 1 11 31 Studivant 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 4 1 0 8 Behling 6-14 1-6 0-0 3 2 0 13 38 Clark 1-8 0-3 0-0 2 4 1 2 27 Petty 4-11 1-3 3-4 7 3 2 12 33 Newsome 3-6 1-2 0-0 2 2 4 7 14 Pritchard 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 3 Cheeks 3-9 2-6 0-0 0 0 1 8 18 Allen 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 3 1 0 11 Jones 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 Smith 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 0 5 Preston 2-3 0-0 0-1 0 3 0 4 9 ToTALS 23-69 5-22 6-9 25 21 12 57 200 Georgia (5-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 3-6 2-4 2-2 4 1 7 10 24 Butler 3-4 1-2 0-0 6 1 3 7 19 Woodbury 4-11 1-4 1-2 4 1 1 10 19 Jackson 1-1 0-0 2-2 0 1 0 4 16 Price 3-5 0-0 4-6 9 3 1 10 20 Ware 2-3 0-0 0-0 5 3 6 4 16 Barnes 3-4 0-0 2-5 5 1 0 8 23 McPhee 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 4 Bucklin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Brewer 0-2 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 4 Leslie 2-5 0-0 2-2 3 3 1 6 13 Thompkins 8-9 1-1 6-7 7 2 1 23 21 Zlovaric 7-8 2-3 0-2 6 1 0 16 20 ToTALS 36-59 7-16 19-28 51 17 21 98 200 Halftime: Georgia 46, MVSU 57. FG Pct: Georgia .610, MVSU .333. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .438, MVSU .227. FT Pct: Georgia .679, MVSU .667. Turnovers: Georgia 14 (Price 4), MVSU 12 (Behling 3).. Blocks: Georgia 5 (Jackson, Zlovaric 2), MVSU 0. Technicals: None. Officials: Ramos, Kennedy, Hernandez. Att. - 4,207

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Western Kentucky 67, Georgia 63 Dec. 2, 2008 - Bowling Green, Ky.

Illinois 76, Georgia 42 Dec. 6, 2008 - Chicago, Ill.

Georgia 67, Virginia Tech 66 Dec. 9, 2008 - Athens, Ga.

Game Summary Western Kentucky got 20 points from A.J. Slaughter, made four clinching foul shots in the final 18 seconds, and got one mighty stroke of good fortune to hold off Georgia in this non-conference battle. The Hilltoppers held a 63-60 lead and possession as play reached the final minute. With 24 ticks left -- and the shot clock at :01 --Slaughter exercised his only option 30 feet from the basket. He hurled a baseball-style shot at the hoop. It grazed the rim and caromed straight to Western’s Anthony Sally, whose free throw with 18 seconds left essentially decided the outcome. After an initial push by Western, the Bulldogs responded and took control in the first half. A Terrance Woodbury 3-pointer with 7:08 left gave them their largest lead of the game at 22-14. The Toppers answered with a run of their own, taking a 5-point lead at 35-30 on a 3-point play by Sergio Kerusch inside the 2-minute mark. Corey Butler, however, gave Georgia a 3-point halftime advantage on a trey with 55 seconds left. Georgia’s last lead of the game occurred at the 16:29 mark in the second half, when Chris Barnes’ layup gave the Bulldogs a 42-40 margin. Though they later trailed by as many as five points, the Dogs pulled with 61-60 on a Howard Thompkins putback with 1:33 left.

Game Summary Demetrius mcCamey led all scorers with 19 points as Illinois took charge early and easily defeated the Bulldogs in an intersectional contest at the United Center. McCamey scored nine straight points for the Illini in the game’s first four minutes, giving them a lead they never surrendered. His jump shot with 12:48 remaining gave Illinois its first double-digit lead at 17-6. He followed a Dustin Ware miss with another bucket, pushing the first-half margin to its widest at 13 points. Switching to a 1-3-1 zone defense, Georgia managed to stop the Illinois surge with a brief rally. Consecutive baskets, a dunk by Chris Barnes and a jumper by Jeremy Price, got the Bulldogs back within five points at 23-18 with 4:27 left in the first half. The contest remained within reach for Georgia until Illinois took control with a 12-2 run midway through the second half. Chester Frazier’s 3-pointer with 9:46 left ended the streak and pushed the Illini’s lead to 54-35. A Terrance Woodbury jumper with 8:06 remaining pulled Georgia within 54-42. The Illini, however, secured their victory by scoring 22 straight points to close out the game.

Game Summary Albert Jackson powered in a layup with 29 seconds left and rebounded Virginia Tech’s last shot to help Georgia rally past the Hokies in the two schools’ first meeting since December of 1996. Jackson’s heroics capped a wild finish in this hotly contested game. Cheick Diakite had given Virginia Tech a 66-65 lead with a pair of foul shots with 57 seconds left. It was the fifth time the lead had changed hands in the final period. Then, with the shot clock dwindling, Jackson took a feed from Corey Butler and muscled in a short bank shot that pushed the Bulldogs back in front. The Hokies had two shots on their last full possession but failed to convert. Hank Thorns penetrated and hoisted a jumper in the lane that missed. Diakite rebounded and missed a second attempt, which Jackson grabbed before being tackled by Tech’s Jeff Allen with a half-second left. Though neither team took full control of this game, Virginia Tech gained an early lead and kept the advantage through much of the second half. The Bulldogs achieved a 60-all tie when Jeremy Price rebounded Zac Swansey’s miss and dunked with 5:14 left. Thereafter, the game was tied three more times and the lead changed hands twice more before Jackson’s winning basket in the final :30.

Team / Individual Notes This was the final installment of a 4-year series against the two schools...WKU won three of the four games. Georgia (5-2) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Woodbury 7-18 4-10 0-0 5 1 0 18 33 Price 1-3 0-0 0-0 5 4 2 2 25 Jackson 0-3 0-0 1-2 5 2 0 1 8 Swansey 3-7 1-2 0-0 4 3 3 7 29 Butler 4-7 1-3 0-2 5 4 4 9 30 Ware 1-7 1-5 0-0 1 2 4 3 22 Barnes 2-3 0-0 3-6 10 2 0 7 22 Leslie 3-6 0-0 0-0 4 0 1 6 14 Thompkins 4-11 0-0 2-2 6 3 0 10 17 ToTALS 25-65 7-20 6-12 49 21 14 63 200 Western Kentucky (4-2) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Kerusch 4-11 0-3 5-7 4 1 0 13 26 Pettigrew 2-15 1-4 3-3 8 0 1 8 33 Evans 5-6 0-0 0-3 6 1 0 10 32 Slaughter 7-15 3-8 3-3 5 1 3 20 38 M-Valdez 1-9 1-7 1-2 4 5 3 4 29 Sally 1-2 0-0 2-4 6 0 5 4 20 Cvoro 0-1 0-0 1-2 1 1 0 1 9 Walker 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 Magley 2-3 0-0 3-3 3 2 0 7 11 ToTALS 22-62 5-22 18-27 39 11 12 67 200 Halftime: Georgia 38, WKU 35. FG Pct: Georgia .385, WKU .355. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .350, WKU .227. FT Pct: Georgia .500, WKU .667. Turnovers: Georgia 14 (Swansey 4), WKU 9 (Sally 3). Blocks: Georgia 3 (Three with 1), WKU 4 (Evans 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Eades, Cassell, Stuart. Att. - 7,086

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Team / Individual Notes This neutral-court battle will be returned in a Dec., 2009 game at the Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Ga. Georgia (5-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Woodbury 6-12 1-3 0-0 5 3 0 13 26 Thompkins 2-10 0-1 0-0 7 1 1 4 25 Jackson 3-4 0-0 0-0 8 2 1 6 25 Butler 1-3 1-2 2-4 2 2 0 5 29 Ware 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 15 McPhee 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 3 Brewer 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 Leslie 2-5 0-0 1-1 4 2 1 5 13 Barnes 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 4 15 Zlovaric 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 9 Swansey 1-4 0-1 1-2 1 0 4 3 23 Price 1-4 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 2 16 ToTALS 18-51 2-12 4-7 34 12 7 42 200 Illinois (7-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Davis 7-10 0-0 0-1 5 0 2 14 31 Tisdale 7-10 0-0 0-0 2 3 1 14 26 Meacham 3-6 2-3 0-0 0 3 6 8 32 Frazier 2-4 2-3 0-2 3 0 4 6 24 McCamey 8-12 2-5 1-1 4 0 6 19 33 Jordan 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 7 Chisholm 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 1 Keller 4-8 3-4 0-0 3 1 0 11 14 Brock 1-6 0-1 0-0 2 3 1 2 19 Cole 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 4 Jackson 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 1 Semrau 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 8 ToTALS 33-58 9-16 1-4 26 10 23 76 200 Halftime: Illinois 30, Georgia 23. FG Pct: Georgia .353, Illinois .569. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .167, Illinois .563. FT Pct: Georgia .571, Illinois .250. Turnovers: Georgia 27 (Thompkins 5), Illinois 14 (Davis 3). Blocks: Georgia 3 (Price 2), Illinois 3 (Three with 1). Technicals: None. Officials: Valentine, Smith, Petty. Att. - 12,139

Team / Individual Notes Georgia had a positive assist/turnover ratio for just the 2nd time this season... Georgia has now won five of the six alltime meetings between these two schools. Virginia Tech (5-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Allen 4-9 0-2 0-1 6 5 1 8 25 Hudson 2-5 0-2 0-0 2 0 1 4 13 Delaney 3-9 2-7 3-3 3 2 3 11 35 Diakite 1-3 0-0 4-6 5 4 2 6 23 Vassallo 8-14 4-6 3-5 7 2 1 23 37 Bell 1-3 0-1 1-2 3 1 0 3 17 Thorns 2-8 0-2 0-0 2 0 5 4 21 Davila 1-1 0-0 0-0 5 1 1 2 17 Witcher 2-3 0-0 1-2 1 3 0 5 12 ToTALS 24-55 6-20 12-19 38 18 14 66 200 Georgia (6-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 3-9 0-2 0-2 3 1 5 6 28 Butler 4-8 2-5 1-1 3 2 0 11 32 Woodbury 2-10 1-2 0-0 6 3 4 5 32 Thompkins 2-7 2-2 3-6 7 1 0 9 25 Jackson 3-7 0-0 1-3 5 2 0 7 20 Ware 1-6 0-3 2-2 1 1 3 4 13 Barnes 4-4 0-0 3-5 1 3 1 11 16 Leslie 4-9 0-0 0-2 8 3 0 8 14 Zlovaric 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Price 3-5 0-0 0-0 7 0 1 6 19 ToTALS 26-65 5-14 10-21 43 16 14 67 200 Halftime: Va. Tech 41, Georgia 38. FG Pct: Georgia .400, Va. Tech .436. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .357, Va. Tech .300. FT Pct: Georgia .476, Va. Tech .632. Turnovers: Georgia 12 (Woodbury 3), Va. Tech 18 (Vassallo 5). Blocks: Georgia 2 (Thompkins, Jackson), Va. Tech 7 (Diakite 6). Technicals: None. Officials: Stuart, Corbett, Donato. Att. - 6,779

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2008-09 Game Summaries

Georgia 74, Wofford 73 (oT) Dec. 20, 2008 - Athens, Ga.

Texas A&m-CC 80, Georgia 79 (oT) Dec. 22, 2008 - Athens, Ga.

Georgia 98, N.C. A&T 68 Dec. 28, 2008 - Athens, Ga.

Game Summary Zac Swansey delivered an improbable victory by twice rescuing Georgia from despair in the final 15 seconds, each time with a 3-pointer, the second of which fell as the buzzer sounded. Wofford stood at the threshold of a major victory when Tim Johnson toed the free-throw line for a pair of shots with four seconds left, his team leading 73-71. Johnson missed both, however, and Trey Thompkins rebounded for Georgia and found Swansey streaking up the right sideline. He dribbled upcourt at full speed before pulling up for his game-winner in front of the Bulldogs’ bench. Just seconds before, Swansey had gotten Georgia even at 71 on a heavilyguarded trey from beyond NBA range. Georgia had built comfortable margins in each half. In the opening period, Swansey converted a 3-point play at the 6:21 mark to give the Bulldogs a 29-14 lead, their largest of the game. An Albert Jackson bucket early in the second half put them in front by a 40-32 advantage, their biggest of the final period. Each time, though, the Terriers fought back into contention. They even led in regulation as late as the :50 mark, when a pair of foul shots by Noah Dahlman put them in front by 60-59.

Game Summary The last of Kevin Palmer’s 31 points, a running jumper from an estimated 40 feet at the horn, shocked a Georgia team that had escaped its previous game in an almost identical fashion. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi seemed ready to salt this game away as the overtime period reached its final minute. Tim Green’s two foul shots with 1:38 left gave the Islanders their largest lead of the night at 75-70. Green answered a Trey Thompkins 3-pointer with a layup that kept the margin at 77-73 with 1:08 remaining. The Bulldogs, however, took the lead with a 5-point trip that included a foul shot by Travis Leslie, another Thompkins bucket and a go-ahead basket by Leslie after he had stolen possession from Palmer. With just 2.9 seconds left, Dustin Ware went 1-for-2 from the free-throw line after he had rebounded Palmer’s miss with seven seconds left. Ware’s errant shot gave rise to the Islanders’ final heroics as the clock wound down. Georgia, which had led by as many as 12 points in the first half, did not trail in this game until the 8:10 mark of the final period. For the remainder of regulation, the lead changed hands four times, with four more ties.

Team / Individual Notes Butler’s career-high 42 minutes were the most by a Georgia player in four years.

Team / Individual Notes Ware’s 22 points were a season high for the freshman...Butler’s eight rebounds were a career high

Game Summary Georgia returned from Christmas break with a runaway win over North Carolina A&T, a offensive barrage that included four double-figure scorers, career-best numbers from senior Corey Butler and the first double-double by rookie Trey Thompkins. Georgia posted an easy victory by using a weapon heretofore hardly seen: the 3-point shot. The Bulldogs tied the school record with 35 attempts -- they tried four more treys than twos -- and flirted with the UGA mark for 3-point shots made. Georgia scored the game’s first seven points and needed just eight minutes to build a double-digit lead. The Dogs followed their pattern from previous games, however, by inviting the Aggies back into contention, an offer that was gladly accepted over the ensuing four minutes. A layup by Dwane Joshua with 9:24 left in the first half brought A&T back within 24-19. That’s when Georgia responded by shifting into high gear. A 12-0 run that started with a 3-point play from Jeremy Price and ended with a jumper by Butler essentially decided the outcome. Butler’s basket came with 4:42 left in the first half and pushed the Georgia lead to 41-21. Only for one brief spell in the second half was A&T able to get its deficit back under 20 points.

Wofford (4-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Salters 6-19 4-11 4-6 2 2 0 20 41 Godzinski 3-6 1-3 2-2 2 2 2 9 37 Loesing 3-5 1-1 2-2 3 1 3 9 29 Johnson 7-12 0-0 2-5 13 3 6 16 35 Martin 0-3 0-0 0-0 2 2 1 0 11 Giltner 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 0 0 2 8 Estep 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 1 1 0 5 Crowell 2-2 0-0 2-5 2 1 0 6 10 Dawson 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 16 Dahlman 4-14 0-0 3-4 11 5 0 11 33 ToTALS 25-66 6-18 17-26 44 17 13 73 225 Georgia (7-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 4-7 2-5 1-1 5 1 8 11 33 Leslie 2-5 0-0 0-0 4 0 1 4 14 Butler 2-7 1-5 3-5 5 3 4 8 42 Thompkins 6-11 2-4 1-2 6 4 2 15 24 Jackson 2-4 0-0 0-1 3 5 0 4 25 Ware 1-4 1-2 0-0 2 1 2 3 14 Barnes 3-6 0-0 0-0 1 4 1 6 16 McPhee 4-7 2-5 1-2 2 2 2 11 21 Brewer 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 1 0 4 Zlovaric 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 6 Price 5-8 0-1 2-2 5 2 2 12 26 ToTALS 29-61 8-24 8-13 38 22 24 74 225 Halftime: Georgia 34, Wofford 30. End of Regulation: 62-62. FG Pct: Georgia .475, Wofford .379. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .333, Wofford .333. FT Pct: Georgia .615, Wofford .654. Turnovers: Georgia 19 (Jackson 6), Wofford 14 (Salters 6). Blocks: Georgia 7 (Thompkins, Jackson 2), Wofford 0. Technicals: None. Officials: Caldwell, Summers, Woodson. Att. - 5,860

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TAmU-Corpus Christi (6-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Drake 3-9 1-5 2-2 0 2 2 9 27 Bond 1-4 0-0 1-2 3 3 1 3 27 Palmer 10-22 6-11 5-6 4 0 2 31 38 Watt 6-8 0-0 2-4 7 4 2 14 37 Reynolds 3-4 1-1 0-0 3 4 1 7 17 Nelson 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 2 10 Green 2-7 0-2 2-3 0 2 0 6 18 Toncinic 1-2 0-0 1-2 5 3 3 3 25 Hammonds 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 Coombs 2-7 1-4 0-0 6 2 4 5 24 ToTALS 29-64 9-23 13-19 37 22 15 80 225 Georgia (7-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 1-7 0-2 1-2 0 1 4 3 30 Leslie 9-16 0-0 1-2 8 3 0 19 30 Butler 1-4 1-4 5-6 8 5 3 8 33 Thompkins 4-8 1-2 4-4 3 1 1 13 29 Jackson 0-0 0-0 1-2 3 2 0 1 20 Ware 7-11 3-3 5-7 2 1 2 22 29 Barnes 1-3 0-0 4-6 6 3 1 6 22 McPhee 1-5 1-4 0-0 2 0 0 3 12 Zlovaric 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 Price 2-5 0-0 0-2 4 2 0 4 19 ToTALS 26-60 6-16 21-31 43 19 11 79 225 Halftime: Georgia 28, TAMUCC 25. End of Regulation: 66-66. FG Pct: Georgia .433, TAMUCC .453. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .375, TAMUCC .391. FT Pct: Georgia .677, TAMUCC .684. Turnovers: Georgia 25 (Swansey 5), TAMUCC 25 (Bond, Palmer). Blocks: Georgia 7 (Barnes 4), TAMUCC 4 (Toncinic 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Petty, Eades, Dunlap Att. - 5703

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Team / Individual Notes Georgia’s 17 treys were two shy of the school record, set in 1999...Butler set career highs in points, rebounds and assists. North Carolina A&T (5-7) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Alston 3-12 0-2 0-2 4 2 3 6 21 McClurkin 0-4 0-0 0-0 3 2 1 0 20 Jones 5-13 3-5 0-0 3 2 1 13 24 Coleman 4-7 0-0 1-1 5 2 0 9 22 Johnson 7-13 1-4 0-0 3 0 1 15 25 Joshua 6-14 2-5 3-3 3 2 2 17 21 Hill 1-3 1-2 0-0 2 3 1 3 19 Simpson 0-2 0-1 1-2 0 0 3 1 10 Shepherd 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 2 1 0 17 Williams 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 Wilson 2-8 0-3 0-0 3 1 3 4 19 ToTALS 28-76 7-22 5-8 39 16 16 68 200 Georgia (8-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 3-4 2-3 0-0 2 1 7 8 19 Leslie 4-12 0-1 2-2 5 0 1 10 21 Butler 7-12 5-9 0-0 9 1 7 19 34 Thompkins 8-10 5-6 1-2 12 1 2 22 25 Jackson 2-3 0-0 2-2 1 1 0 6 20 Ware 4-8 3-7 0-0 3 3 7 11 28 Barnes 1-3 0-0 1-2 3 2 0 3 14 Brewer 1-7 1-7 1-2 0 3 1 4 13 Zlovaric 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 0 4 Price 5-6 1-1 4-5 3 0 0 15 22 ToTALS 35-66 17-35 11-15 42 12 27 98 200 Halftime: Georgia 51, NCAT 27. FG Pct: Georgia .530, NCAT .368. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .480, NCAT .318. FT Pct: Georgia .733, NCAT .625. Turnovers: Georgia 13 (Ware 5), NCAT 14 (Alston, Coleman 3). Blocks: Georgia 9 (Price 3), NCAT 5 (Coleman 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Cahill, Lindsay, Evans Att. - 6086

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Georgia 72, Kennesaw State 52 Dec. 31, 2008 - Athens, Ga.

missouri 83, Georgia 76 January 3, 2009 - Athens, Ga.

Georgia Tech 67, Georgia 62 January 6, 2009 - Atlanta, Ga.

Game Summary Georgia rang in the New Year with a competitive, yet relatively easy win over its in-state neighbors, calling upon reserves Troy Brewer and Jeremy Price to carry the day. Brewer’s 15 points were a career high, and Price chipped in 13 points in just 16 minutes. Starting center Albert Jackson also added the first double-double of his career in leading the Bulldogs. Georgia, which had torched the nets in its previous game, struggled with its shooting throughout. Brewer entered at the 13-minute mark, his team already leading by nine, and his marksmanship elevated the Bulldogs’ lead to double digits. The sophomore guard’s first 3-pointer of the day boosted Georgia’s lead to 16-4 with 12:50 left in the first half. A Trey Thompkins layup with 2:07 left got the Bulldogs their largest lead of the half at 34-20. Though Georgia kept the Owls at arm’s length for the game’s remainder, it never could break the game wide open. After building an early second-half lead to 16 points, the Dogs watched as Kennesaw scrapped back within 55-46 on a John Allison bucket at the 9:05 mark. Thompkins, Price and Dustin Ware all scored late buckets, however, to secure victory.

Game Summary Missouri capitalized on key Georgia turnovers during a brief second-half stretch, breaking open a tight game and holding the Bulldogs at bay for a hardfought victory. The Tigers took the lead for good at 47-46 on a J.T. Tiller layup with 10:43 left. Terrance Woodbury committed miscues on both of Georgia’s next two possesssions, and Demarre Carroll stretched the Mizzou lead by making a pair of foul shots after each turnover. The visitors got their lead to eight by cashing in on a Trey Thompkins turnover, Zaire Taylor canning a jump shot at the 8:40 mark that made the score 56-48. The difference reached double digits on another Tiller layup that pushed the score to 67-56 with 4:48 left. It reached as high as 15 before Georgia closed with a mild rally. The Bulldogs got as close as 77-72 on a Travis Leslie layup with 27 seconds left. Behind Woodbury’s hot shooting, Georgia took early control of this game, leading by as many as six points in the first half. The Tigers, however, closed the half on a 12-3 run to take a 32-28 lead into intermission.

Game Summary After trailing for three-fourths of the night, Georgia Tech used considerable muscle and a scrappy, pressing defense to overtake Georgia in the two rivals’ annual tussle. The Yellow Jackets made just 36 percent of their shots and thrice trailed Georgia by 13 points in the second half. The last of those times came at the 16:40 mark, when Terrance Woodbury’s jumper pushed the margin to 45-32. By the time Georgia scored its next field goal -- a short jumper by Trey Thompkins with 6:55 left -- the Bulldog lead had been erased. Perhaps the most telling possession of the game occurred just over three minutes later. With Georgia leading 56-54, Tech’s Gani Lawal missed a point-blank layup. The Jackets then rebounded three more misses in a 10-second span, and after the fourth offensive rebound, Zachery Peacock’s two free throws knotted the score at 56-all. Offensive boards again proved fatal for Georgia in the final minute. Lawal rebounded Peacock’s miss -- more accurately, he outfought Woodbury for a loose ball -- and dunked for a 64-60 lead with just 19 seconds left.

Team / Individual Notes Georgia played this game without starters Zac Swansey (knee laceration) and Terrance Woodbury...the latter missed his fourth straight game. Kennesaw State (5-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN McConnell 2-11 1-6 0-0 2 3 1 5 37 Woods 4-12 1-7 2-2 2 3 0 11 32 Nickerson 3-13 1-4 1-1 5 3 6 8 34 Gibson 0-4 0-0 0-0 7 2 1 0 22 Whipple 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 11 Dixon 6-14 3-6 1-2 2 2 1 16 30 Ajayi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 Marine 1-2 0-1 2-2 2 0 0 4 4 Croft 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 Allison 4-6 0-0 0-0 5 2 0 8 25 Medinic 0-0 0-0 0-1 1 0 0 0 2 ToTALS 20-65 6-25 6-8 30 17 9 52 200 Georgia (9-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Ware 3-7 1-4 3-5 4 1 6 10 38 Leslie 2-5 0-1 0-0 2 3 3 4 14 Butler 1-3 1-2 1-2 5 2 5 4 39 Thompkins 6-11 1-4 1-2 6 2 0 14 27 Jackson 3-4 0-0 6-6 10 0 1 12 23 Barnes 0-1 0-0 0-0 6 1 0 0 13 Bucklin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Brewer 5-9 2-6 3-4 3 1 2 15 30 Price 5-7 0-0 3-6 4 1 2 13 16 ToTALS 25-47 5-17 17-25 42 11 19 72 200 Halftime: Georgia 34, KSU 22. FG Pct: Georgia .532, KSU .308. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .294, KSU .240. FT Pct: Georgia .680, KSU .750. Turnovers: Georgia 15 (Ware 5), KSU 10 (McConnell 4). Blocks: Georgia 7 (Jackson 4), KSU 4 (Four with 1). Technicals: None. Officials: Maxwell, Hampton, Smith. Att. - 6,218

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Team / Individual Notes Woodbury’s 27 points were a career high, an impressive feat considering he had missed the preceding four games... Missouri was the first Big 12 team to visit Stegeman Coliseum since Colorado in 2002. missouri (11-2) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Carroll 5-13 0-1 7-9 4 1 0 17 36 Tiller 3-9 0-1 4-5 4 3 4 10 30 Lyons 4-7 0-0 4-6 6 4 1 12 25 Taylor 7-11 1-2 2-2 3 2 3 17 30 Lawrence 3-8 3-8 1-2 4 2 1 10 23 Paul 0-3 0-2 0-0 1 1 1 0 12 Denmon 2-7 1-4 0-0 0 1 1 5 11 Ramsey 2-2 0-0 0-0 4 1 1 4 15 Safford 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 0 0 0 4 English 3-5 2-4 0-1 1 0 0 8 14 ToTALS 29-65 7-22 18-27 33 15 12 83 200 Georgia (9-5) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 2-6 0-0 0-0 4 2 7 4 27 Butler 2-4 1-3 0-0 4 4 2 5 33 Woodbury 9-13 5-8 4-5 2 4 1 27 28 Thompkins 7-13 2-4 2-4 8 2 4 18 33 Jackson 1-1 0-0 0-2 5 1 0 2 14 Ware 0-2 0-0 2-2 2 2 1 2 15 Barnes 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 2 2 0 8 McPhee 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Brewer 1-4 0-3 0-0 2 0 0 2 5 Leslie 5-8 0-0 0-3 7 3 0 10 18 Price 3-6 0-0 0-0 2 1 1 6 19 ToTALS 30-59 8-18 8-16 40 21 18 76 200 Halftime: Missouri 32, Georgia 28. FG Pct: Georgia .508, Missouri .446. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .444, Missouri .318. FT Pct: Georgia .500, Misosuri .667. Turnovers: Georgia 22 (Thompkins 4), Missouri (Lyons 4). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Thompkins 3), Missouri 2 (Ramsey 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Greene, Petty, Crawford. Att. - 8060

Team / Individual Notes Under mostly full-court pressure, Georgia committed 12 turnovers in the second half...Georgia Tech had 15 offensive rebounds in the second period, seven from Peacock. Georgia (9-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Woodbury 5-14 2-9 3-3 4 4 1 15 35 Thompkins 6-15 1-4 7-9 9 2 0 20 27 Jackson 2-3 0-0 0-0 8 2 2 4 19 Swansey 0-5 0-1 0-2 2 3 4 0 31 Butler 2-4 2-3 1-2 4 3 3 7 35 Ware 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 2 2 11 Barnes 0-1 0-0 3-6 5 1 1 3 13 Brewer 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Leslie 2-9 0-0 2-2 1 2 0 6 13 Price 1-3 0-0 3-7 2 1 0 5 16 ToTALS 19-55 5-17 19-31 40 20 13 62 200 Georgia Tech (9-5) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Lawal 6-13 0-0 3-4 14 4 0 15 27 Peacock 8-19 0-0 2-4 13 3 0 18 29 Aminu 4-9 0-0 0-0 9 4 1 8 23 Clinch 2-12 0-6 8-11 6 4 4 12 36 Shumpert 3-14 0-3 0-0 4 4 4 6 30 Foreman 1-2 0-0 1-2 0 3 0 3 17 Storrs 2-3 1-2 0-0 1 3 2 5 27 Dieng 0-0 0-0 0-1 2 0 0 0 8 Sheehan 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 3 ToTALS 26-72 1-11 14-22 53 26 11 67 200 Halftime: Georgia 38, Ga. Tech 28. FG Pct: Georgia .361, Ga. Tech .345. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .294, Ga. Tech .091. FT Pct: Georgia .613, .636. Turnovers: Georgia 19 (Butler 4), Ga. Tech 15 (Shumpert 7). Blocks: Georgia 3 (Thompkins 2), Ga. Tech 8 (Aminu 4). Technicals: None. Officials: Hess, Luckie, Eades. Att. - 8368

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2008-09 Game Summaries #15 Tennessee 86, Georgia 77 January 10, 2009 - Athens, Ga.

Vanderbilt 50, Georgia 40 January 14, 2009 - Nashville, Tenn.

Kentucky 68, Georgia 45 January 18, 2009 - Athens, Ga.

Game Summary Tyler Smith, a pre-game longshot to play because of injury, inspired Tennessee to victory and managed to score 24 points, 15 during critical stretches of the second half, when the Volunteers overcame a 10-point deficit. Georgia, which had trailed by as many as 11 points in the first half, fought back to take control soon after halftime. The Bulldogs caught UT at 40-40 on a 15-foot jumper by Terrance Woodbury with 16:55 remaining. Just over four minutes later, Dustin Ware’s pull-up jump shot gave Georgia its biggest lead of the game at 54-44. The two teams traded buckets for the next four minutes before Tennessee made its decisive push. A 3-point play by J.P. Prince with 6:45 left got the Vols within 68-65. A short jumper in traffic by Smith got them within a point 40 seconds later. They pulled even at 71-all at the 5:05 mark on a 3-point shot by Cameron Tatum. UT took the lead for good at 75-74 on a Wayne Chism layup with 3:01 left. When Albert Jackson traveled on Georgia’s next trip, Tennessee capitalized when Tatum’s layup gave the Vols a 77-74 lead.

Game Summary Once again, Georgia was undone by its own key miscues, and also by an opponent whose uncertain status made his team-best performance all the more surprising. A.J. ogilvy had missed Vandy’s previous game with a heel injury and was questionable to play against the Bulldogs. His 18 points, however, led all scorers and was the only measurable offense by either side in this error-laden contest. Vanderbilt took the lead for good at 14-12 on a Darshawn mcClellan jumper at the 7:33 mark of the first half. The Commodores were unable to build a lead until the final minutes before halftime, when their last basket, a layup by Jermaine Beal, got them a 26-18 advantage. The margin reached its largest at 42-31 on a reverse dunk by Vandy’s Brad Tinsley with 8:55 left. Georgia responded by chipping away at its deficit over the ensuing three minutes. A 3-pointer by Corey Butler with 5:31 left pulled the Bulldogs back within 42-38. Georgia failed in its one possession to draw closer when Albert Jackson was called for an offensive foul. The Bulldogs got within four again at 44-40 on a jumper by Jackson with 3:06 left. Consecutive turnovers by Trey Thompkins, however, ended their chances at a successful rally.

Game Summary Jodie meeks and Perry Stevenson combined to score Kentucky’s first 14 points as the Wildcats took early control of this contest and were never seriously threatened by their hosts. By the time Georgia scratched -- a Trey Thompkins layup at the 17:35 mark of the first half -- Kentucky had built a 7-point lead. The margin reached double figures at 14-4 on a Meeks foul shot with 11:22 to go before halftime. The Bulldogs managed to remain within reach for the next five minutes. A late Kentucky surge before halftime, however, created an insurmountable gap. Meeks’ layup with 4:31 left got the Kentucky lead back into double digits for good at 26-15. He followed a Zac Swansey miss with his second 3-pointer of the half. The Cats finished first-half scoring on a 9-3 run and the outcome, for all intents and purposes, was decided. Georgia’s final deficit under 20 points came at 48-30 on a Travis Leslie bucket with 12:32 left. Stevenson answered with a dunk, and the Kentucky lead reached its largest at 64-36 on a Patrick Patterson basket seven minutes later.

Team / Individual Notes This was Tennessee’s ninth straight win in the series...For the second straight game Georgia was outrebounded by double digits...The past two opponents have pulled down 42 offensive boards. Tennessee (10-4, 1-0) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Smith 9-18 1-3 5-7 11 1 6 24 34 Maze 6-11 2-3 2-5 6 1 2 16 28 Chism 4-10 2-5 2-3 7 4 3 12 23 Tatum 5-15 1-10 2-2 6 2 1 13 28 Prince 3-4 0-0 4-7 0 4 1 10 27 Woolridge 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 0 7 Negedu 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 2 10 Tabb 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 1 2 0 13 Hopson 3-6 1-2 0-0 4 4 1 7 18 Williams 1-1 0-0 0-2 3 4 0 2 12 ToTALS 32-71 7-25 15-26 48 24 16 86 200 Georgia (9-8, 0-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 4-11 1-3 0-1 4 4 4 9 29 Butler 1-4 1-2 4-4 4 3 1 7 33 Woodbury 4-9 2-4 8-10 3 5 1 18 30 Thompkins 7-12 0-2 0-0 9 2 1 14 30 Jackson 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 14 Ware 4-9 3-7 0-0 2 1 1 11 16 Barnes 1-2 0-0 0-2 3 4 0 2 13 McPhee 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 3 1 Brewer 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Leslie 0-3 0-0 6-8 3 2 1 6 12 Price 2-3 0-0 3-4 1 1 3 7 21 ToTALS 24-57 8-20 21-29 35 23 12 77 200 Halftime: Tennessee 36, Georgia 32. FG Pct: Georgia .421, Tennessee .451. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .400, Tennessee .280. FT Pct: Georgia .724, Tennessee .577. Turnovers: Georgia 17 (Thompkins, Jackson 4), Tennessee 16 (Smith 5). Blocks: Georgia 0, Tennessee 4 (Negedu 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Caldwell, Whitehead, Thibodeaux. Att. - 8,769

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Team / Individual Notes The Bulldogs tried just two FTs and failed to score from the line for the first time since a Jan. 2007 loss to Florida. Georgia (9-8, 0-2) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Thompkins 3-15 0-4 0-0 4 3 1 6 29 Jackson 3-4 0-0 0-0 5 4 1 6 19 Swansey 0-3 0-1 0-0 2 0 3 0 19 Butler 1-3 1-2 0-2 3 2 1 3 28 Woodbury 4-12 2-6 0-0 3 2 0 10 29 Ware 1-4 1-2 0-0 2 1 1 3 21 Barnes 2-4 0-0 0-0 3 4 1 4 13 McPhee 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 0 0 0 5 Leslie 2-4 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 4 18 Price 2-3 0-0 0-0 3 1 1 4 19 ToTALS 18-54 4-17 0-2 39 17 9 40 200 Vanderbilt (12-4, 1-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN McClellan 1-5 0-2 0-0 3 0 1 2 20 Taylor 3-5 0-1 0-0 3 0 0 6 26 Ogilvy 6-9 0-0 6-9 4 2 0 18 29 Beal 4-10 1-4 0-0 5 0 2 9 34 Tinsley 1-6 0-4 2-2 3 0 4 4 27 Ezeli 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 11 Goulbourne 3-5 1-1 0-0 1 1 0 7 16 Tchiengang 1-5 0-3 0-0 3 4 3 2 20 Drake 1-3 0-1 0-0 5 1 1 2 17 ToTALS 20-49 2-16 8-11 28 8 11 50 200 Halftime: Vanderbilt 26, Georgia 18. FG Pct: Georgia .333, Vanderbilt .408. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .235, Vanderbilt .125. FT Pct: Georgia .000, Vanderbilt .727. Turnovers: Georgia 20 (Price 4), Vanderbilt 12 (Taylor 4). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Four with 1), Vanderbilt 7 (Ogilvy 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Lindsay, Donato, Sirmons. Att. - 13,972.

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Team / Individual Notes This game marked Georgia’s biggest margin of defeat at home since March 1, 1995 against Kentucky (74-97)...It also marked the first time no Bulldog scored in double figures since a 2005 loss at Vanderbilt. Kentucky (14-4, 3-0) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Porter 1-2 0-1 5-5 6 0 1 7 17 Stevenson 4-6 1-1 4-4 6 3 1 13 25 Harris 0-1 0-1 0-0 3 2 1 0 28 Meeks 8-16 3-8 3-4 4 3 1 22 34 Patterson 7-15 0-0 1-2 5 0 1 15 32 Miller 1-1 0-0 2-2 2 0 0 4 15 Galloway 0-1 0-0 1-3 0 2 4 1 10 Stewart 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 7 Liggins 0-1 0-0 2-2 4 3 4 2 23 Carter 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 2 Harrellson 1-2 0-0 2-4 2 0 0 4 7 ToTALS 22-46 4-11 20-26 38 15 13 68 200 Georgia (9-9, 0-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Swansey 2-5 0-1 0-0 1 2 3 4 28 Butler 2-5 0-3 1-2 3 2 0 5 30 Woodbury 4-14 0-4 0-0 4 2 1 8 29 Thompkins 3-9 1-2 0-3 3 0 0 7 22 Jackson 1-4 0-0 0-0 2 3 0 2 22 Ware 2-8 2-5 1-2 2 3 4 7 21 Barnes 2-3 0-0 1-2 2 3 4 7 21 Brewer 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 2 1 0 5 Leslie 1-3 0-0 0-0 4 0 0 2 12 Zlovaric 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 2 3 Price 1-8 0-0 1-2 3 1 0 3 14 ToTALS 19-61 3-16 4-11 33 17 9 45 200 Halftime: Kentucky 38, Georgia 19. FG Pct: Georgia .311, Kentucky .478. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .188, Kentucky .364. FT Pct: Georgia .364, Kentucky .769. Turnovers: Georgia 19 (Price 4), Kentucky 18 (Meeks 6). Blocks: Georgia 1 (Barnes), Kentucky 11 (Patterson 4). Technicals: None. Officials: Valentine, Hess, Evans. Att. - 9,090.

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mississippi State 67, Georgia 61 January 24, 2009 - Athens, Ga.

Florida 83, Georgia 57 January 28, 2009 - Gainesville, Fla.

Alabama 75, Georgia 70 January 31, 2009 - Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Game Summary The visiting Bulldogs never trailed and built a first-half lead up to 19 points, but they needed several clutch baskets to stave off a hard-charging Georgia team in the waning minutes. Ravern Johnson, who scored 21 points in the first half, jump-started the State assault by tallying eight of his team’s first 10 points. Phil Turner’s 3-pointer just 4 1/2 minutes into the game put the maroon Bulldogs ahead by a 15-2 count. State’s biggest lead came with 9:05 left before halftime, when Twany Beckham’s 3-point play pushed the margin to 30-11. Georgia managed to trim seven points from its deficit by intermission. Five minutes into the final period, the Bulldogs mounted a serious rally, and it was triggered by a most unlikely source. Walk-on Ricky mcPhee entered the game and promptly sank a 3-pointer with 14:58 left, bringing Georgia within 41-30. He made another on its next trip to get the Bulldogs’ margin into single digits since the early stages of the game. McPhee’s trey with 7:21 left pulled Georgia within two at 52-50. State answered with its own 3-pointer from Barry Stewart at the 6:52 mark. Turner later restored an 8-point cushion on a trey with 5:07 left from well beyond NBA range.

Game Summary Nick Calathes led a 3-point barrage by Florida -- and threw in a triple-double for good measure -- as the Gators overwhelmed Georgia and sent the Bulldogs to their seventh straight defeat. Georgia competed gamely for the first 15 minutes. Using their own 3-point shooting, the Bulldogs remained close as late as the 6:32 mark, when Ricky mcPhee’s trey pulled them within 22-21. Soon thereafter, Florida asserted itself. Two low-post buckets by Alex Tyus highlighted an 8-0 run that stretched the Gators’ lead to nine at 30-21. A Chandler Parsons steal and layup got them their biggest first-half lead at 39-26 with 58 seconds left. Florida didn’t need much of the second half to widen its gap beyond reach. Calathes and Tyus connected on the Gators’ first two possessions, pushing their lead to 16 with less than a minute elapsed. The margin reached 20 at 54-34 on a layup by reserve Kenny Kadji with 15:36 left. Midway through the second period, Florida settled the outcome for good by scoring nine straight points. The last of those came on a Tyus dunk with 8:14 left, pushing the score to 68-39.

Game Summary Alonzo Gee and Senario Hillman combined for 39 points, inexplicably making six of seven 3-point shots, to lead Alabama past Georgia in the Bulldogs’ eighth straight loss. Conversely, Georgia led for stretches of the first half but was undone by its chief nemesis throughout the season: turnovers. Indeed, key miscues in the game’s homestretch cost the Bulldogs any chance at a successful rally. Bama led by five at halftime and built its lead into double digits midway into the final period. Twice, however, the Bulldogs attempted to climb back into contention. Four straight points, the latter two a layup by Terrance Woodbury, pulled Georgia within 67-60 with 6:48 left. The Bulldogs then had three straight possession in which to get closer but failed each time. Then, when Trey Thompkins’ jumper with 1:51 left got Georgia within 71-65, the Bulldogs had three more chances to rally. Woodbury lost possession on the first trip. He missed a 3-pointer on the second, and on the third, his errant pass was intercepted by the Tide’s Anthony Brock, who sealed the outcome on a layup with 24 seconds left.

Team / Individual Notes The loss was Georgia’s sixth straight, most since 2005...The Bulldogs’ 37-point 2nd half was their best of the SEC season thus far. miss. State (14-6, 4-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN R. Johnson 8-15 5-8 0-0 0 0 0 21 33 Bost 2-8 1-4 0-1 4 2 3 5 30 Stewart 1-9 1-6 3-4 3 2 0 6 32 Turner 3-7 2-5 5-6 4 2 1 13 28 Varnado 6-7 0-0 2-3 8 1 2 14 30 Beckham 1-2 0-0 2-3 2 0 0 4 10 Osby 0-1 0-1 0-2 1 1 0 0 6 Benock 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 9 B. Johnson 2-3 0-0 0-0 0 3 0 4 12 Bailey 0-4 0-0 0-0 6 0 0 0 10 ToTALS 23-56 9-24 12-19 32 11 8 67 200 Georgia (9-10, 0-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Ware 5-11 2-5 2-2 5 2 2 14 37 Swansey 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 10 Butler 2-7 0-3 0-0 5 4 1 4 32 Woodbury 4-9 0-2 0-0 6 1 1 8 25 Jackson 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 10 Barnes 0-0 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 0 11 McPhee 5-8 5-7 0-0 5 2 1 15 24 Leslie 0-2 0-0 1-2 2 2 0 1 8 Thompkins 1-8 1-6 4-4 6 0 0 7 22 Price 4-7 1-1 1-2 4 2 2 10 21 ToTALS 22-57 9-24 8-10 41 17 7 61 200 Halftime: Miss. State 36, Georgia 24. FG Pct: Georgia .386, Miss. State .411. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .375, Miss. State .375. FT Pct: Georgia .800, Miss. State .632.Turnovers: Georgia 22 (Price 5), Miss. State 13 (R. Johnson, Varnado 3). Blocks: Georgia 2 (Barnes, Price), Miss. State 4 (Varnado 4). Technicals: None. Officials: Maxwell, Sirmons, Barnaky. Att. - 8,326

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Team / Individual Notes The loss was Georgia’s 11th straight against Florida...Calathes was the first UGA opponent in two years to get a tripledouble. Georgia (9-11, 0-5) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Woodbury 3-10 1-5 0-2 6 2 3 7 25 Thompkins 3-10 2-5 2-4 5 2 0 10 24 Price 3-3 0-0 0-1 2 0 1 6 26 Ware 2-6 1-5 1-2 3 0 5 6 37 Butler 5-8 0-3 0-0 3 3 1 10 30 Barnes 1-4 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 2 18 Swansey 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 8 McPhee 2-4 2-3 0-0 4 2 1 6 12 Leslie 2-4 0-0 0-0 3 0 1 4 10 Jackson 2-2 0-0 2-3 2 1 0 6 9 Zlovaric 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 0 1 ToTALS 23-53 6-21 5-13 33 11 12 57 200 Florida (18-3, 5-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Werner 3-6 3-5 2-2 2 4 2 11 23 Tyus 8-12 0-0 2-2 5 1 0 18 22 Parsons 6-11 0-3 0-0 4 1 1 12 26 Hodge 1-6 1-4 2-2 0 1 7 5 31 Calathes 7-11 4-6 2-2 13 0 10 20 33 Vargas 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 4 Shipman 2-3 0-0 2-2 3 1 0 6 12 McClanahan 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 4 Walker 3-7 3-5 0-0 1 0 2 9 24 Chaney 0-4 0-1 0-0 3 1 0 0 8 Kadji 1-3 0-0 0-2 1 1 0 2 13 ToTALS 31-63 11-24 10-12 35 12 22 83 200 Halftime: Florida 42, Georgia 30. FG Pct: Georgia .434, Florida .492. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .286, Florida .458. FT Pct: Georgia .385, Florida .833.Turnovers: Georgia 17 (Woodbury, McPhee 4), Florida 7 (Three with 2). Blocks: Georgia 0, Florida 2 (Vargas, Kadji). Technicals: None. Officials: Lindsay, Maxwell, Jordan. Att. - 11,121

Team / Individual Notes Hillman and Gee entered the game having made just 23 percent of their 3-point shots combined...Thompkins got his second double-double of the season... Georgia (9-12, 0-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Thompkins 8-17 3-7 3-4 14 1 1 22 36 Price 2-4 0-0 0-0 1 4 3 4 18 Ware 4-7 2-4 1-2 0 3 4 11 29 Butler 0-3 0-1 6-6 3 2 1 6 37 Woodbury 6-15 2-8 1-1 5 3 2 15 29 Barnes 0-3 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 3 Swansey 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 0 3 0 11 McPhee 1-3 1-3 0-0 1 1 1 3 10 Leslie 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 2 4 Jackson 2-5 0-0 3-4 6 4 0 7 23 ToTALS 24-60 8-24 14-17 39 19 16 70 200 Alabama (13-8, 3-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Green 7-14 0-0 0-0 13 4 2 14 28 Knox 2-5 0-0 2-4 3 2 0 6 24 Torrance 2-7 0-2 2-3 2 1 3 6 23 Gee 6-8 3-3 5-7 4 1 2 20 31 Hillman 7-11 3-4 2-2 2 1 3 19 29 Brock 2-6 0-3 0-1 1 0 2 4 18 Hollinger 0-1 0-1 2-2 2 0 0 2 11 Jemison 0-2 0-0 2-4 3 2 1 2 17 Steele 1-1 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 2 9 Coleman 0-3 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 10 ToTALS 27-58 6-13 15-23 36 12 14 75 200 Halftime: Alabama 40, Georgia 35. FG Pct: Georgia .400, Alabama .466. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .333, Alabama .462. FT Pct: Georgia .824, Alabama .652. Turnovers: Georgia 20 (Woodbury 5), Alabama 16 (Green, Gee 4). Blocks: Georgia 6 (Price 2), Alabama 5 (Green 3). Technicals: None. Officials: Valentine, Groover, Barnaky. Att. - 11,046

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LSU 80, Georgia 62 February 4, 2009 - Athens, Ga.

South Carolina 79, Georgia 68 February 7, 2009 - Columbia, S.C.

Tennessee 79, Georgia 48 February 11, 2009 - Knoxville, Tenn.

Game Summary LSU got standout play from its two primary weapons, turned back Georgia’s only serious challenge, and sent the Bulldogs to their ninth straight defeat, their fifth straight at home. marcus Thornton and Tasmin mitchell combined for 57 points, but it was the former that set a torrid pace for the Tigers. After the two teams matched baskets for the first six minutes, Thornton erupted by scoring 12 points over a four-minute span. The last of those points, a 3-pointer with 9:14 left in the first half, got LSU its first double-digit lead at 24-14. Mitchell’s layup at the 4:30 mark gave the Tigers their largest lead to that point at 35-21. That’s when Georgia answered with a 12-2 run of its own. Consecutive jumpers by Dustin Ware ended first-half scoring and pulled the Dogs within reach at 35-31. Thornton and Mitchell, however, wasted little time in settling the issue early in the second half. Thornton connected on two jumpers within the first minute, and Mitchell’s layup at the 18:05 mark restored the Tigers’ lead back to 42-32. Just once thereafter, on a 3-pointer by Georgia’s Troy Brewer with 15:56 left, did the margin dip below double digits.

Game Summary First-half runs of 14-0 and 9-0 enabled South Carolina build a big lead early and cruise to a victory over Georgia that was more one-sided than the final margin indicated. It didn’t take long for the Gamecocks to assert their superiority. A 3-pointer by Dominique Archie, his first of three, with 17:15 left put Carolina ahead for good at 5-3. Devan Downey followed a Georgia turnover with another trey a minute later. Downey ended the Cocks’ first big run with a jumper at the 14:00 mark, boosting their lead to 16-3. The first-half margin reached its largest at 34-14 on a jumper with 8:02 left by Sam muldrow, who led his team with 18 points. Georgia mounted a mild threat midway through the second half when it strung together six straight points. Trey Thompkins connected on a third-chance putback that brought the Bulldogs within 56-42 with 13:08 left. Thompkins’ tip-in with 7:56 left got Georgia to a 66-53 deficit, but not until the game’s final minute were the Bulldogs able to get any closer.

Game Summary Tennessee completed a regular-season sweep by capitalizing on 17 first-half turnovers by Georgia, which again found the burden of playing catch-up too great to overcome. The Georgia offense sputtered virtually from the opening tip. Indeed, the Bulldogs committed turnovers on their first three possessions, and leading scorer Terrance Woodbury picked up two fouls in the game’s first 70 seconds. The Bulldogs managed a single field goal in the first eight minutes. Meanwhile, Tennessee built its lead into double figures for the first time at 14-3 on a tip-in by Cameron Tatum with 13:59 left. The margin reached its largest of the first half at 40-21 on a 3-point play by J.P. Prince with just 30 seconds remaining. Tennessee used a brief spurt early in the final period to blow the game open. After spotting Georgia a Woodbury jumper, the Volunteers rattled off the next eight points, the last two a putback by Prince that pushed their lead to 48-25. UT’s largest lead came at 70-37 on a layup by Brian Williams at the 4:54 mark.

Team / Individual Notes Georgia’s loss was its 10th straight, the longest streak since 1974...Terrance Woodbury played a career-high 40 minutes...Thompkins’ double-double was his third of the season and second in three games...Zac Swansey’s 13 points were a career scoring high...The game was an official sellout, just the second ever in the six years for USC at the Colonial Center.

Team / Individual Notes This was Tennessee’s 10th straight win in the series, going back to the 2004 season...

Team / Individual Notes The loss was Georgia’s fifth straight at home, the longest such streak since 1975. LSU (18-4, 6-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Mitchell 12-16 0-1 3-4 9 2 2 27 35 M. Thornton 11-18 3-5 5-5 6 0 3 30 33 Spencer 0-7 0-3 0-0 1 3 2 0 21 Temple 1-4 0-2 3-4 1 4 2 5 31 Johnson 3-4 0-0 1-1 4 4 2 7 17 Graham 1-1 0-0 0-0 3 1 0 2 6 Bass 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 3 0 10 Martin 1-6 1-3 0-0 4 1 1 3 15 Warren 1-2 0-0 0-4 2 1 0 2 4 Farrer 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 4 Q. Thornton 2-4 0-0 0-0 6 2 2 4 24 ToTALS 32-64 4-15 12-18 40 18 17 80 200 Georgia (9-13, 0-7) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Ware 3-10 0-3 1-3 2 4 2 7 31 Butler 1-5 1-4 0-0 3 3 0 3 18 Woodbury 6-13 2-6 8-10 8 1 2 22 31 Thompkins 5-11 0-2 0-0 7 0 1 10 23 Price 2-4 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 4 17 Barnes 2-2 0-0 0-2 2 1 0 4 17 Swansey 0-1 0-1 2-2 2 1 0 2 10 McPhee 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 0 1 3 10 Brewer 1-2 1-2 0-0 0 1 1 3 12 Leslie 1-4 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 7 Jackson 1-4 0-0 0-1 4 4 1 2 22 Zlovaric 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 ToTALS 23-60 5-22 11-18 37 17 8 62 200 Halftime: LSU 35, Georgia 31. FG Pct: Georgia .383, LSU .500. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .227, LSU .267. FT Pct: Georgia .611, LSU .667. Turnovers: Georgia 14 (Ware 4), LSU 10 (Johnson 3). Blocks: Georgia 0 (LSU 1 (Mitchell). Technicals: None. Officials: Caldwell, Corbett, Adams. Att. - 6,659

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Georgia (9-14, 0-8) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Thompkins 6-15 0-1 2-2 11 2 0 14 33 Jackson 4-6 0-0 1-2 6 5 0 9 24 Ware 0-4 0-1 0-0 1 3 5 0 31 Butler 1-4 0-2 2-2 2 2 0 4 17 Woodbury 7-18 3-8 3-4 7 2 3 20 40 Barnes 3-5 0-0 0-2 6 2 2 6 20 Swansey 5-9 1-3 2-2 1 0 4 13 26 McPhee 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Brewer 1-2 0-1 0-0 3 0 0 2 8 ToTALS 27-64 4-17 10-14 38 16 14 68 200 South Carolina (17-5, 6-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Archie 4-8 3-4 1-2 9 2 2 12 30 Holmes 6-9 0-0 1-1 6 1 1 13 27 Muldrow 7-9 0-0 4-6 7 2 0 18 27 Downey 4-16 2-8 0-0 1 3 8 10 29 Fredrick 5-11 3-7 0-0 2 0 3 13 33 Raley-Ross 1-3 0-1 1-2 3 3 2 3 18 Wilder 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 Steed 0-2 0-0 2-2 4 2 0 2 12 Baniulis 2-4 2-2 2-2 1 0 1 8 17 Carter 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 5 ToTALS 29-62 10-22 11-15 34 14 17 79 200 Halftime: USC 41, Georgia 25. FG Pct: Georgia .422, USC .468. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .235, USC .455. FT Pct: Georgia .714, USC .733. Turnovers: Georgia 24 (Ware 10), USC 21 (Downey 7). Blocks: Georgia 3 (Jackson 2), USC 5 (Holmes 4). Technicals: None. Officials: Eades, Luckie, Nance. Att. - 18,000

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Georgia (9-15, 0-9) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Woodbury 3-9 1-5 0-0 4 3 1 7 22 Thompkins 4-6 2-3 0-0 7 2 2 10 29 Jackson 3-5 0-0 0-0 2 1 1 6 22 Ware 1-9 1-7 2-3 0 2 3 5 26 Butler 0-1 0-1 4-7 4 2 3 4 23 Barnes 3-4 0-0 0-1 5 1 0 6 14 Swansey 0-4 0-1 2-2 1 0 1 2 19 McPhee 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 11 Brewer 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 7 Leslie 4-9 0-0 0-0 7 0 1 8 16 Zlovaric 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 3 Price 0-1 0-0 0-2 1 0 0 0 8 ToTALS 18-50 4-18 8-14 35 11 13 48 200 Tennessee (15-8, 6-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Smith 7-15 1-4 0-0 3 0 2 15 28 Chism 5-14 0-4 3-4 8 1 5 13 26 Maze 2-4 2-3 0-0 1 1 6 6 26 Prince 5-10 0-0 1-1 9 3 5 11 29 Hopson 5-8 2-5 0-0 2 0 2 12 24 Woolridge 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 1 2 7 Negedu 0-1 0-0 1-2 0 1 0 1 9 Hubert 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 2 Cannington 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 6 Pearl 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 3 Tatum 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 9 Wild 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 3 3 Tabb 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 2 3 0 12 Williams 4-5 0-0 2-2 5 2 1 10 13 Childress 0-2 0-2 2-2 3 0 0 2 3 ToTALS 32-69 6-20 9-11 39 13 25 79 200 Halftime: Tennessee 40, Georgia 23. FG Pct: Georgia .360, Tennessee .464. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .222, Tennessee .300. FT Pct: Georgia .533, Tennessee .818. Turnovers: Georgia 25 (Woodbury 4), Tennessee 9 (Tabb 3). Blocks: Georgia 2 (Thompkins, Leslie), Tennessee 1 (Prince). Technicals: None. Officials: Hartzell, Donato, Adams. Att. - 18,623

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Georgia 88, Florida 86 February 14, 2009 - Athens, Ga.

Auburn 71, Georgia 59 February 18, 2009 - Athens, Ga.

ole miss 69, Georgia 47 February 21, 2009 - oxford, miss.

Game Summary Georgia rode a career-best effort from Terrance Woodbury to upend Florida with a performance heretofore unseen this season. In the process, the Bulldogs stopped the program’s longest losing streak in 34 years. Woodbury sank the game’s first basket, a 3-pointer just 19 seconds in, that ignited Georgia on its torrid start. He made treys on consecutive possessions four minutes later, boosting the Bulldog lead to 21-8. Only after a Trey Thompkins 3-pointer pushed the margin to 40-26 did Florida mount any serious first-half rally. The Gators rattled off eight straight points, the latter three on a trey by Chandler Parsons with 2:57 left, to pull within 47-43. Florida took its first lead at 79-78 on a pair of foul shots by Ray Shipman with 8:03 left in the game. Three minutes later Woodbury’s two free throws knotted the score for the final time at 84. The teams traded empty possessions for the ensuing 2 1/2 minutes before Zac Swansey broke the tie for good on a driving layup with 2:57 left. The Gators missed two shots on their final chance, the first by Erving Walker and then by Walter Hodge at the buzzer.

Game Summary Native Georgians Tay Waller and Korvotney Barber led an Auburn charge, particularly in the early going, that netted the Tigers their fourth straight win, and left the host team searching for clues to its own mystery. The Bulldogs tossed aside any gains they had accrued in their win over Florida by allowing Auburn total domination of the first half. The Tigers needed less than six minutes to get their first double-digit lead at 16-5 on a dunk by Barber. Terrance Woodbury answered with a layup for the Bulldogs at the 14:02 mark. By the time they scored again -- 8 1/2 minutes later -- Auburn had already built an insurmountable margin of 28 points. Leading 45-19 at halftime, the Tigers kept their lead until Dustin Ware led an improbable Georgia rally. His back-to-back 3-pointers started a 9-0 run that got the Bulldogs within 18 at 49-31. Four different Bulldogs made 3-point shots over the ensuing six minutes. Ware’s fourth trey of the night, with 4:44 left, pulled Georgia within single digits at 59-51. Twice the Bulldogs were able to get within six before Auburn righted itself with several clutch baskets in the final minutes.

Game Summary Terrico White scored 19 points and David Huertas added 17 to help Ole Miss run away from Georgia in the second half and post an easy victory over the Bulldogs. The Rebels led by six at halftime and broke the game open by scoring the first 11 points of the final period. White started the run with a 3-point play on his team’s first possession. Huertas followed with a pair of foul shots and a 3-pointer from the left wing to put the Rebels ahead 35-21. Huertas then answered a Dustin Ware bucket with another trey, and White ended the run with a jumper at the 16:49 mark, putting the game out of reach at 40-21. After spotting Georgia an early lead, the Rebels took command with a 7-0 run that gave them an 11-4 lead with 12:21 left in the first half. Huertas capped the run with a jumper from inside the 3-point stripe. Ole Miss held Georgia at arm’s length for the remainder of the half, despite the hot shooting of reserve guard Troy Brewer. His back-to-back 3-point shots brought the Bulldogs back from a 9-point deficit to a 2721 margin at intermission.

Team / Individual Notes The win stopped an 11-game losing streak to the Gators...Woodbury eclipsed his previous scoring high by five points...He made his first eight shots, all 3-pointers... Georgia’s 88 points and 57.4 percent shooting were its best in an SEC game in two years. Florida (19-6, 6-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Hodge 8-12 6-8 0-0 3 2 0 22 37 Werner 3-11 2-7 0-0 1 3 3 8 27 Tyus 5-8 0-0 0-0 5 1 2 10 32 Parsons 5-10 1-3 0-0 3 1 0 11 27 Calathes 5-14 2-6 4-7 9 2 13 16 38 Shipman 0-1 0-1 2-2 0 2 0 2 6 Walker 4-7 0-1 2-2 4 1 2 10 22 Kadji 3-5 0-0 1-2 2 1 0 7 11 ToTALS 33-68 11-26 9-13 29 13 20 86 200 Georgia (10-15, 1-9) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Ware 4-8 3-5 0-0 1 1 5 11 32 Butler 3-3 1-1 2-2 3 2 4 9 26 Woodbury 9-13 7-10 7-7 4 1 1 32 36 Thompkins 4-9 1-2 2-2 9 1 2 11 31 Jackson 4-8 0-0 1-2 7 1 2 9 33 Barnes 2-2 0-0 0-2 3 3 1 4 14 Swansey 2-4 0-2 0-0 0 0 1 4 13 McPhee 2-6 2-6 0-0 1 2 0 6 10 Leslie 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 2 5 ToTALS 31-54 14-26 12-15 32 11 17 88 200 Halftime: Georgia 54, Florida 47. FG Pct: Georgia .574, Florida .485. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .538, Florida .423. FT Pct: Georgia .800, Florida .692 .Turnovers: Georgia 13 (Butler 4), Florida 5 (Calathes 3). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Barnes 2), Florida 1 (Tyus). Technicals: None. officials: Valentine, Roberts, Maxwell. Att. - 8,348

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Team / Individual Notes Georgia hadn’t been outrebounded that badly by an opponent in almost three years (58-41 by Miss. State on 2/23/06)... Barber’s 18 boards were the most by a Georgia opponent since Dec. 3, 2002 (18 by David Harrison of Colorado)... Auburn (17-9, 6-5) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Barber 4-5 0-0 3-11 18 2 1 11 32 Reed 3-9 1-4 1-4 4 2 5 8 32 Barrett 3-6 0-1 2-3 2 3 3 8 23 Robertson 3-4 1-1 1-2 6 0 0 8 23 Waller 6-15 4-11 4-6 2 3 0 20 33 Hargrove 3-7 0-2 2-2 10 4 1 8 25 Sullivan 3-8 1-2 1-1 2 1 2 8 23 Knox 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 0 9 ToTALS 25-55 7-21 14-29 51 17 12 71 200 Georgia (10-16, 1-10) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Ware 4-9 4-7 2-4 3 3 7 14 26 Butler 2-7 2-4 1-2 5 3 2 7 28 Woodbury 2-10 1-5 2-2 7 5 1 7 32 Thompkins 3-13 1-5 2-2 5 2 1 9 23 Jackson 2-4 0-0 0-1 1 3 0 4 22 Barnes 0-0 0-0 1-2 5 2 0 1 12 Swansey 0-3 0-1 1-2 0 0 1 1 14 McPhee 1-7 1-5 3-4 4 1 0 6 24 Brewer 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 2 0 3 9 Leslie 3-4 0-0 0-0 3 1 0 6 7 Price 0-0 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 1 3 ToTALS 18-59 10-29 13-21 34 22 12 59 200 Halftime: Auburn 45, Georgia 19. FG Pct: Georgia .305, Auburn .455. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .345, Auburn .333. FT Pct: Georgia .619, Auburn .483 Turnovers: Georgia 12 (Jackson, Swansey 3), Auburn 16 (Reed 6). Blocks: Georgia 1 (Thompkins 1), Auburn 4 (Barber, Reed 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Stuart, Smith, Whitehead. Att. - 6,707

Team / Individual Notes The lone bright spot for Georgia was Terrance Woodbury, whose 19 points put him over 1,000 for his career...Georgia’s two lowest shooting percentages have now come in its past two games. Georgia (10-17, 1-11) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Woodbury 6-13 1-5 6-7 8 1 0 19 31 Jackson 0-5 0-0 1-2 4 2 0 1 19 Ware 3-7 1-3 2-2 0 3 2 9 28 McPhee 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 11 Butler 0-4 0-3 0-0 2 4 2 0 15 Barnes 0-0 0-0 0-2 4 1 1 0 21 Swansey 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 0 12 Bucklin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Brewer 2-5 2-4 2-2 4 0 1 8 16 Leslie 1-6 0-0 2-4 3 1 0 4 15 Thompkins 2-9 0-1 2-2 10 0 0 6 19 Zlovaric 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 Price 0-4 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 10 ToTALS 14-56 4-18 15-21 43 14 8 47 200 ole miss (15-11, 6-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN White, M. 5-7 0-0 1-2 9 2 0 11 31 Holloway 5-11 0-0 2-2 10 4 2 12 23 White, T. 8-18 1-5 2-4 4 2 3 19 34 Graham 2-8 0-2 0-0 3 1 0 4 30 Huertas 5-12 3-7 4-4 5 2 2 17 35 Henry 2-5 0-1 0-0 2 3 0 4 17 Bogan 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 14 Spach 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Brown 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Cantinol 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Cranston 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 2 1 2 13 ToTALS 18-59 10-29 13-21 34 22 12 59 200 Halftime: Ole Miss 27, Georgia 21. FG Pct: Georgia .250, Ole Miss .431. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .222, Ole Miss .235. FT Pct: Georgia .714, Ole Miss .750 Turnovers: Georgia 16 (Woodbury, Thompkins 3), Ole Miss 12 (M. White 3). Blocks: Georgia 0, Ole Miss 7 (M. White 5). Technicals: None. Officials: Caldwell, Lindsay, Jordan. Att. - 6,994

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Georgia 61, Vanderbilt 57 February 25, 2009 - Athens, Ga.

Arkansas 89, Georgia 67 march 1, 2009 - Fayetteville, Ark.

Georgia 90, Kentucky 85 march 4, 2009 - Lexington, Ky.

Game Summary Georgia found prosperity for just the second time of the SEC schedule by controlling Vanderbilt early, surviving the Commodores’ rally, and by making shots when they mattered most. Georgia took an 8-6 lead on Corey Butler’s jump shot with 13:54 left in the first half. The Bulldogs gradually built their margin, keeping it around double figures for the first half’s remainder. A Terrance Woodbury jumper with 44 seconds left got his team a 34-23 advantage. A driving dunk by Chris Barnes gave Georgia its largest lead of the game at 43-28 with 15:12 left. Not until midway through the second half, however, did Vanderbilt make its major push. Consecutive 3-pointers by A.J. ogilvy and Brad Tinsley pulled Vandy within a single point at 53-52. George Drake then followed an empty Georgia posseession with a jumper that put the Commodores ahead at the 4:28 mark. Drake’s basket proved to be Vanderbilt’s last field goal. After Ogilvy missed a one-and-one free throw, Ricky mcPhee restored the lead for Georgia with a trey from atop the key with 2:22 left. Woodbury, Butler, Trey Thompkins and Dustin Ware all made free throws in the final 90 seconds to secure the victory.

Game Summary Rotnei Clarke scored 19 points and michael Washington added 17 as Arkansas outscored Georgia 29-12 over the first half’s final 11 minutes and cruised past the Bulldogs in the two teams’ only regular-season meeting. After taking control in the first half, the Razorbacks were never seriously challenged in the final period by Georgia. A 3-pointer by Clark got Arkansas its largest lead of the game at 77-52 with 7:56 remaining in the game. The Bulldogs rebounded from a slow start to gain equal footing in the first half. Consecutive baskets by Trey Thompkins, the first a 3-pointer and the second a turnaround shot from 10 feet, put Georgia in front by its largest margin at 18-15 with 12:19 left. That Thompkins bucket was the Bulldogs’ last field goal for the next four minutes. In the meantime, Arkansas took control by scoring 11 straight points. Jason Henry got the Razorbacks the lead for good at 19-18 on a jumper with 11:21 left before halftime. Arkansas blew the game open with a 9-0 run -- aided by six consecutive Bulldog turnovers -- that ended on a Stefan Welsh jumper that put the Hogs ahead 37-20 at the 5:57 mark of the first half.

Team / Individual Notes Georgia committed a season-low 10 turnovers...Vandy’s six assists were the fewest by an SEC opponent against Georgia since Arkansas on Feb. 29, 2005.

Team / Individual Notes The loss left Georgia winless against the SEC’s Western Division for the first time since the league expanded in 1992... Arkansas set UGA opponent season highs in FGM, FGA and steals.

Game Summary Hot-shooting Georgia got its first road win on its last chance, shocking Kentucky and perhaps crippling the Wildcats’ bid for an NCAA Tournament berth. The Bulldogs got heroism from several players, but none more significant than Terrance Woodbury. He scored 21 of his 30 points in the first half, when his team rebounded twice from 9-point deficits. Patrick Patterson’s short jumper put Kentucky into a 25-16 lead with 10:16 left in the first half. Two minutes later Woodbury pulled the Bulldogs within two at 27-25 on a pair of foul shots. Georgia eventually forged ahead late in the half, leading by as many as seven, until Kentucky closed with a 9-0 run to take a 49-47 advantage at halftime. Against a mostly second-line unit, Georgia broke free to take command early in the second half. Corey Butler, Trey Thompkins and Dustin Ware all scored in the 2-minute sequence. Seven straight points from Jodie meeks, however, helped bring the Wildcats within 63-62 with 13:44 left. Georgia never abated its offensive onsalught, and with 5:46 left, Woodbury’s reverse layup got the Bulldogs their third 10-point lead of the night. They sealed the win by making seven of eight free throws in the final minute.

Vanderbilt (16-11, 5-8) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Beal 3-13 2-7 3-4 2 2 2 11 37 Tinsley 4-9 3-6 0-0 3 1 3 11 36 Ogilvy 3-7 1-3 5-9 8 1 1 12 33 Tchiengang 1-4 0-1 5-5 6 3 0 7 22 Taylor 1-6 0-1 4-4 6 3 0 6 15 Hinkle 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 Ezeli 0-2 0-0 1-2 2 1 0 1 7 Goulbourne 1-2 0-1 1-2 1 2 0 3 10 McClellan 2-3 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 0 12 Drake 1-3 0-2 0-0 6 5 0 2 25 ToTALS 16-51 6-23 19-26 43 20 6 57 200 Georgia (11-17, 2-11) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Ware 3-8 1-3 3-4 1 2 5 10 38 Butler 2-4 1-2 5-7 2 4 0 10 33 Woodbury 2-11 0-1 1-2 5 5 3 5 28 Thompkins 4-13 0-2 1-2 8 4 0 9 29 Jackson 2-5 0-0 0-0 4 2 1 4 21 Barnes 4-5 0-0 1-2 3 1 1 9 19 Swansey 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 McPhee 5-8 3-5 1-3 5 0 1 14 22 Price 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 3 0 0 8 ToTALS 22-56 5-14 12-20 35 21 11 61 200 Halftime: Georgia 34, Vanderbilt 23. FG Pct: Georgia .393, Vanderbilt .314. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .357, Vanderbilt .261. FT Pct: Georgia .600, Vanderbilt .731.Turnovers: Georgia 10 (Butler 4), Vanderbilt 14 (Ogilvy, Drake 3). Blocks: Georgia 1 (Barnes), Vanderbilt 3 (Ogilvy 3). Technicals: None. Officials: Stuart, Petty, Luckie. Att. - 5,841

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Georgia (11-18, 2-12) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Woodbury 4-6 2-2 0-0 3 2 2 10 28 Thompkins 9-13 2-4 0-0 8 4 1 20 27 Jackson 3-5 0-0 1-4 2 4 1 7 20 Ware 4-6 2-3 0-0 3 0 6 10 34 Butler 1-6 0-2 1-1 1 1 0 3 18 Swansey 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 1 2 0 10 McPhee 2-4 2-4 0-0 1 1 2 6 26 Brewer 1-5 1-5 0-0 1 0 2 3 12 Price 1-4 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 5 ToTALS 28-55 9-21 2-5 27 15 17 67 200 Arkansas (14-13, 2-12) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Washington 8-15 0-1 1-2 13 0 0 17 31 Sanchez 1-3 0-0 2-2 6 4 1 4 25 Fortson 6-12 1-2 1-1 4 3 8 14 32 Britt 1-4 1-1 0-0 2 1 1 3 19 Clarke 6-15 4-11 3-4 2 1 2 19 32 Henry 7-10 0-2 0-0 6 1 2 14 22 Moore 2-3 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 4 3 Welsh 6-12 2-6 0-0 2 2 4 14 28 Cox 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 Clark 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 5 ToTALS 37-76 8-24 7-9 39 13 19 89 200 Halftime: Arkansas 47, Georgia 30. FG Pct: Georgia .509, Arkansas .487. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .429, Arkansas .333. FT Pct: Georgia .400, Arkansas .778. Turnovers: Georgia 21 (Woodbury, Barnes 5), Arkansas 11 (Washington, Fortson 3). Blocks: Georgia 7 (Thompkins 4), Arkansas 2 (Washington, Clark). Technicals: None. Officials: Hartzell, Petty, Jordan Att. - 19,724

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Team / Individual Notes The win was Georgia’s first at Rupp Arena in five years, but its sixth win over the Cats in the past eight years. Georgia (12-18, 3-12) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Thompkins 8-13 2-4 1-2 11 4 0 19 32 Jackson 2-4 0-0 0-2 4 3 0 4 25 Ware 4-8 2-4 8-9 3 3 5 18 30 Butler 3-5 3-3 4-4 6 4 3 13 34 Woodbury 7-13 4-4 12-12 3 1 5 30 37 Barnes 3-9 0-0 0-1 3 3 0 6 21 Swansey 0-2 0-1 0-0 2 1 3 0 13 McPhee 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 0 8 ToTALS 27-54 11-16 25-30 38 21 16 90 200 Kentucky (19-11, 8-7) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Harris 2-3 1-1 5-6 1 3 3 10 20 Porter 5-9 5-8 0-0 2 5 3 15 30 Meeks 6-16 2-7 9-10 1 3 3 23 28 Carter 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 2 4 Patterson 4-10 0-0 6-6 9 1 2 14 36 Miller 3-7 1-3 2-2 5 4 2 9 29 Galloway 0-4 0-1 2-2 1 2 1 2 18 Slone 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 3 Krebs 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Stevenson 4-7 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 8 23 Liggins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Harrellson 0-1 0-0 2-2 2 1 0 2 8 ToTALS 25-60 9-20 26-28 27 24 14 85 200 Halftime: Kentucky 49, Georgia 47. FG Pct: Georgia .500, Kentucky .417. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .688, Kentucky .450. FT Pct: Georgia .833, Kentucky .929. Turnovers: Georgia 19 (Woodbury, Ware 6), Kentucky 13 (Three with 3). Blocks: Georgia 8 (Barnes 3), Kentucky 14 (Patterson 8). Technicals: None. Officials: Cahill, Caldwell, Sirmons Att. - 23,889

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South Carolina 68, Georgia 51 march 7, 2009 - Athens, Ga.

mississippi State 79, Georgia 60 march 12, 2009 - Tampa, Fla.

Game Summary Devan Downey scored 23 points and South Carolina dispatched an ice-cold Georgia team that lost its shooting eye just as quickly as it had found it three days earlier. Indeed, after scoring 90 points Wednesday at Kentucky, the Bulldogs managed just 18 field goals against Carolina, making a meager 27 percent of their 66 shots. It hardly mattered that they outrebounded the Gamecocks 49-39. South Carolina led the entire game except for two brief moments in the first half. The latter came at 9-7 on a pair of Trey Thompkins free throws at the 13:09 mark. Carolina than countered with 10 straight points and a lead it never surrendered. Corey Butler’s offense helped Georgia remain close through the early stages of the second half. His 3-pointer with 17:08 left pulled the Bulldogs within 32-28. mike Holmes answered with six straight points to give the Gamecocks their first doubledigit lead at 38-28. The margin reached double figures again at 42-32 on a layup by Evaldus Baniulis, and Carolina was never threatened afterward.

Game Summary Unlike 2008, Georgia’s stay at the ‘09 SEC Tournament was very short. Eventual champion Mississippi State made fairly quick work of dispatching the Bulldogs from this gathering. The maroon Bulldogs got production from their usual suspects, including big man Jarvis Varnado, who chipped in 14 points and 12 rebounds. Their ignition, however, was provided by unlikely backup Kodi Augustus, who poured in a seasonhigh 19 against Georgia, including three treys. Georgia managed to stay close at least for the first quarter of this game. The Bulldogs even led as late as the 11:31 mark, when Dustin Ware’s 3-pointer put them ahead, 15-14. Augustus countered with his first trey of the game, and State built its margin thereafter. It reached double figures for the first time at 32-21 on a short jumper by Varnado at the 3:50 mark. After trailing by as many as 15 points, Georgia made one brief rally in the second half. A 3-pointer by Terrance Woodbury got the Bulldogs within 47-42 with 15:13 left. State followed with 10 straight points and the outcome was essentially decided.

Team / Individual Notes Woodbury had a career-high 21 shot attempts...Ware picked up his 2nd foul just 3:17 into the game and was never effective thereafter...Seniors Woodbury and Butler, as well as five student managers, were honored in a pre-game recognition. South Carolina (21-8, 10-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Downey 9-17 2-4 3-4 4 1 8 23 34 Fredrick 5-13 4-5 1-2 1 2 0 15 31 Archie 1-6 0-2 0-0 3 2 1 2 26 Holmes 5-10 0-0 0-0 11 4 1 10 29 Muldrow 1-7 0-0 0-0 5 4 0 2 23 Conrad 0-0 0-0 0-0 4 0 1 0 16 Wilder 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Steed 2-3 0-0 1-1 2 4 0 5 18 Baniulis 4-6 3-5 0-0 7 1 2 11 21 Carter 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 ToTALS 27-62 9-16 5-7 39 18 13 68 200 Georgia (12-19, 3-8) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Ware 2-4 1-3 0-0 1 4 0 5 18 Butler 2-7 1-4 2-2 8 1 1 7 28 Woodbury 4-21 0-7 1-3 3 1 2 9 35 Thompkins 4-12 0-2 2-2 9 0 1 10 27 Jackson 2-2 0-0 0-0 3 3 0 4 19 Barnes 2-6 0-0 6-9 8 2 0 10 25 Swansey 1-7 1-1 0-0 3 1 0 3 21 McPhee 1-6 1-5 0-0 2 0 1 3 18 Brewer 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Price 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 1 0 8 ToTALS 18-66 4-22 11-16 49 14 6 51 200 Halftime: South Carolina 27, Georgia 23. FG Pct: Georgia .273, South Carolina .435. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .192. South Carolina .563 FT Pct: Georgia .688, South Carolina .714. Turnovers: Georgia 19 (Thompkins 4), South Carolina 12 (Downey 5). Blocks: Georgia 2 (Woodbury, Barnes), South Carolina 4 (Muldrow 4). Technicals: None. Officials: Eades, Lindsay, Evans. Att. - 7,110

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Albert Jackson goes up for a short jumper vs. mississippi State at the 2009 SEC Tournament in Tampa, Fla.

Team / Individual Notes Georgia attempted just four free throws, all by Corey Butler, and made one. Georgia (12-20) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Woodbury 6-13 2-5 0-0 7 3 2 14 33 Thompkins 5-12 2-3 0-0 7 2 0 12 22 Jackson 4-7 0-0 0-0 4 4 0 8 31 Ware 1-7 1-4 0-0 0 1 7 3 30 Butler 2-5 1-2 1-4 2 1 3 6 31 Barnes 4-5 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 8 14 Swansey 2-2 1-1 0-0 0 0 1 5 8 McPhee 1-5 0-3 0-0 1 0 1 2 14 Bucklin 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 1 Brewer 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 5 Zlovaric 0-3 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 3 Price 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 1 2 8 ToTALS 26-62 7-19 1-4 32 15 16 60 200 miss. State (20-12) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS mIN Varnado 7-9 0-0 0-1 12 2 0 14 24 Johnson 4-11 3-10 1-2 1 2 1 12 24 Bost 1-5 0-3 2-2 0 0 7 4 26 Stewart 2-6 2-5 2-2 2 0 3 8 27 Turner 3-4 1-1 1-2 4 0 0 8 24 Beckham 1-1 0-0 1-2 1 1 2 3 13 Osby 1-5 0-1 0-0 4 0 0 2 16 Gay 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Benock 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 11 Luczak 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 Augustus 6-9 3-4 4-4 3 3 1 19 17 Bolen 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 Johnson 2-4 0-0 3-3 3 1 0 7 13 ToTALS 28-55 9-24 14-18 33 9 14 79 200 Halftime: Miss. State 40, Georgia 26. FG Pct: Georgia .419, Miss. State .509. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .368, Miss. State .375. FT Pct: Georgia .250, Miss. State .778. Turnovers: Georgia 15 (Woodbury 5), Miss. State 15 (Four with 2). Blocks: Georgia 3 (Three with 1), Miss. State 5 (Varnado 3). Technicals: None. Officials: Eades, Crawford, Smith. Att. - 11,071

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Georgia Record Book Individual Records Points Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records Records History

Career 2,111, Litterial Green (1989-92) Season 732, Dominique Wilkins (1980-81) Game 46, Ronnie Hogue vs. LSU (12-20-71)

Scoring Average

Career 23.7, Jacky Dorsey (1975-76) Season 25.7, Jacky Dorsey (1975-76)

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Field GoAl AtteMPts Career 1,611, Litterial Green (1989-92) Season 582, Dominique Wilkins (1980-81) Game 31, Jacky Dorsey vs. Sou. Miss (12-17-74)

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Career 1,116, Bob Lienhard (1968-70) Season 396, Bob Lienhard (1968-69) Game 32, Bob Lienhard vs. Sewanee (12-3-68)

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Career 14.9, Bob Lienhard (1968-70) Season 15.8, Bob Lienhard (1968-69)

Assists

Career 493, Rashad Wright (2000-04) Season 169, Pertha Robinson (1994-95) Game 15, Gino Gianfrancesco vs. Ga. Tech (3-12-72)

Lavon Mercer set UGA marks for field-goal percentage in a season (1979) and career (1977-79) before embarking on a 14-year professional stint in Israel.

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Career .602, Lavon Mercer (1977-80) Season .643, Lavon Mercer (1978-79) Game 1.000, Bob Lienhard vs. Ga. Tech (2-15-68)

3-Point Field GoAls MAde Career 261, Levi Stukes (2004-07) Season 93, Ezra Williams (2001-02) Game 9, G.G. Smith vs. Fresno St. (3/26/98)

3-Point Field GoAl AtteMPts Career 683, Levi Stukes (2004-07) Season 251, Ezra Williams (2001-02) Game 17, Jody Patton vs. Tennessee (3-9-91)

Litterial Green concluded his outstanding Bulldog career with eight individual school records, including most career points (2,111) and assists (466).

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Individual Records 3-Point Field GoAl PeRcentAGe Career .444, Jody Patton (1988-91) Season .457, Jody Patton (1988-89) Game 1.000, B. Davis (8x8) vs. Tenn. (2-12-94) 1.000, E. Williams (7x7) vs. LSU (1-5-03)

FRee thRows MAde Career 549, Alec Kessler (1987-90) Season 210, Zippy Morocco (1952-53) Game 16, Zippy Morocco vs. Fla. (2-16-53) Morris Dinwiddie vs. Mississippi (2-19-55) Morris Dinwiddie vs. Florida (1-30-56) Billy Rado vs. Florida State (12-27-62) Litterial Green vs. Mississippi State (3-9-89)

FRee thRow AtteMPts Career 744, Litterial Green (1989-92) Season 303, Zippy Morocco (1952-53) Game 24, Zippy Morocco vs. Fla. (2-16-53)

FRee thRow PeRcentAGe Career .831, Dick McIntosh (1966-68) Season .891, Dick McIntosh (1967-68) Game 1.000, Morris Dinwiddie (16x16) vs. Ole Miss, 2-1955

Bob Lienhard (1968-70) owns every rebounding mark in the University of Georgia record book. Georgia Basketball

Georgia Record Book steAls Career 259, Sundiata Gaines (2004-08) Season 89, Pat Hamilton (1987-88) Game 7, Gerald Crosby vs. Ole Miss (1-10-83) Gerald Crosby vs. Florida (2-21-83) Pat Hamilton vs. UNC-Asheville (12-12-87) Pat Hamilton vs. Auburn (2-2-89) Kendall Rhine vs. Mercer (11-26-91) Chris Daniels vs. Louisiana State (3-9-02) Billy Humphrey vs. South Carolina (2-10-07)

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blocks Career 327, Lavon Mercer (1977-80) Season 94, Charles Claxton (1994-95) Game 9, Lucius Foster vs. Ole Miss (1-26-76) Terrell Bell vs. Bethune-Cookman (12-7-93) Charles Claxton vs. Winthrop (12-21-94) Charles Claxton vs. Florida (2-7-95)

GAMes PlAyed Career 129, G.G. Smith & Michael Chadwick (1996-99) Season 36, Milt Blakley (1987-88), Rod Cole (1987-88) Toney Mack (1987-88)

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Season 2,644 (1987-88) Game 138 vs. Arkansas A&M (12-6-67)

Combined Points

Game

229 vs. Arkansas A&M (12-6-67)

Points Per Game

Season 82.7 (2,399 in 29 games) in 1989-90

Rebounds

Season 1,276 (1996-97) Game 78 vs. Sewanee (12-3-68)

Assists

Season 512 (1987-88) Game 34 vs. Bethune-Cookman (127-93)

Field Goals Made

Season 997 (1982-83) Game 53 vs. Arkansas A&M (12-6-67)

Field Goal Attempts

Season 2,038 (1987-88) Game 102 vs. Sewanee (12-3-68)

Field Goal Percentage

Season .522 (1985-86) Game .762 vs. UT-Chattanooga (1219-80)

Victory Margin

Game 120 (122-2) vs. S.E. Christian (1917-18)

Defeat Margin

Game

77 (143-66) vs. Kentucky (2-27-56)

Most Wins

Season 24 (1982-83 & 1996-97)

Consecutive Wins

13 in 1930-31 season

Consecutive Home Wins

16 from 1988-89 to 1990-91 seasons

Most Losses

Season 22 (1951-52)

Most Personal Fouls

Season 659 (1987-88) Game 37 vs. S. Carolina (1/18/97)

Opponent Points

Highest Individual Single-Game Scoring Totals No. Player, Opp., Date 46 Ronnie Hogue vs. LSU (12-20-71) 45

Bob Lienhard vs. Alabama (1-29-68)

44

Vern Fleming vs. Vanderbilt (2-27-84)

43

Jacky Dorsey vs. Sou. Miss. (12-21-74)

41

Jacky Dorsey vs. LSU (1-20-75)

38

Zippy Morocco vs. Tenn. (2-25-53) Litterial Green vs. Kentucky (1-2-91) Litterial Green vs. UCLA (1-4-92)

37

Zippy Morocco vs. Alabama (1-10-53) Dominique Wilkins vs. Florida (1-7-81)

36

Tim Bassett vs. Kentucky (2-19-73) Charlie Anderson vs. Auburn (3-2-74) Willie Anderson vs. Florida (2-10-88)

35

Willie Anderson vs. Kansas St. (3-12-87) Litterial Green vs. Florida (2-12-91)

34

Morris Dinwiddie vs. Ole Miss (2-19-55) Ronnie Hogue vs. Miss. State (2-28-72) Jacky Dorsey vs. Ole Miss (1-2-75) Cedric Henderson vs. Tenn. (3-2-85) Litterial Green vs. Columbus (12-11-91) Jumaine Jones vs. Kentucky (1-26-99)

33

Jerry Waller vs. Kentucky (2-3-64) John Fraley vs. Auburn (1-10-72) Billy Magarity vs. Vanderbilt (1-16-74) Dom. Wilkins vs. Ole Miss (2-27-82) Alec Kessler vs. Texas (3-16-90) Litterial Green vs. Vanderbilt (12-11-90)

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Allan Johnson vs. Florida St. (3-2-62) Bob Lienhard vs. Davidson (1-22-69) Bob Lienhard vs. Alabama (2-9-70) Ronnie Hogue vs. S. Alabama (12-6-71) John Fraley vs. Vanderbilt (2-12-72) Billy Magarity vs. Ga. Tech (3-7-74) Jacky Dorsey vs. Miss. State (1-31-76) Walter Daniels vs. Tennessee (1-21-78) Walter Daniels vs. Rollins (11-28-78) Dom. Wilkins vs. Kentucky (1-31-81) Joe Ward vs. Miami (11-30-85) Willie Anderson vs. Ole Miss (2-21-87) Toney Mack vs. Oklahoma (12-25-87) Alec Kessler vs. Augusta (12-10-88) Alec Kessler vs. Kentucky (1-3-90) Jarvis Hayes vs. Ole Miss (2-26-03) Sundiata Gaines vs. Florida (2-9-08) Terrance Woodbury vs. Florida (2-14-09)

Season 2,503 (1987-88) Game 143 by Kentucky (2-27-56)

Opponent Rebounds

Season 1,194 (1976-77) Game 67 by Auburn (2-7-77)

3-Point FGs Made

Season 284 (803 att.) in 1997-98 Game 19 (35 attempts) vs. Fresno State (3/26/98). 18 (32 attempts) vs. Charleston Southern (11/22/97)

3-Point FG Attempts

Season 803 (284 made) in 1997-98 Game 35 vs. Ga. Tech (12-19-90). vs. Fresno State (3/26/98)

3-Point FG Percentage

Season .416 (1989-90) Game .727 (8x11) vs. Vanderbilt (214-90)

Free Throws Made

Season 628 (1990-91) Game 37 vs. Florida (1-30-56)

Free Throw Attempts

Season 875 (1989-90) Game 50 vs. Kentucky (1/14/97)

Blocked Shots

Season 163 (1990-91) Game 15 vs. Tennessee (1/27/01)

Steals

Season 338 (1987-88) Game 25 vs. Yale (12-28-84)

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Dominique Wilkins, who holds UGA’s single season scoring mark (732 points), scored 1,688 career points despite playing only three seasons. 2009-10 Media Guide


Georgia Record Book Season Scoring Name, Position

1. Dominique Wilkins, f 2. Dominique Wilkins, f 3. Jacky Dorsey, f 4. Walter Daniels, g 5. Alec Kessler, f-c 6. Alec Kessler, f-c 7. Vern Fleming, g Bob Lienhard, c 9. Zippy Morocco, g 10. Jacky Dorsey, f 11. Willie Anderson, g 12. Litterial Green, g 13. Vern Fleming, g 14. Litterial Green, g Jumaine Jones, f 16. Toney Mack, f 17. D.A. Layne, g 18. Jarvis Hayes, f 19. Ronnie Hogue, g Bob Lienhard, c 21. Bob Lienhard, c 22. Ezra Williams, g 22. John Fraley, f 23. D.A. Layne, g 24. Jumaine Jones, f

Pts. Yr.

732 659 646 613 610 596 594 594 590 588 583 576 575 564 564 551 550 538 533 533 532 529 527 520 515

1981 1982 1975 1979 1990 1989 1984 1969 1953 1976 1988 1991 1983 1992 1999 1988 2000 2002 1972 1968 1970 2002 1972 2001 1998

Cl. G Avg So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. So. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

31 31 25 28 29 31 30 25 25 27 35 28 34 29 30 36 30 29 26 25 25 32 26 31 35

23.6 21.3 25.8 21.9 21.0 19.2 19.8 23.8 23.6 21.8 16.7 20.6 16.9 19.5 18.8 15.3 18.3 18.6 20.5 21.3 21.3 16.5 20.3 16.8 14.7

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Shandon Anderson ranks among UGA’s career leaders in scoring, rebounding and assists.

Alec Kessler, the leader of Georgia’s 1990 SEC championship team, ranks No. 2 on the Bulldogs’ scoring list and No. 3 in rebounds.

Career Scoring Name, Position 1. Litterial Green, g (1989-92) 2. Alec Kessler, f/c (1987-90) 3. Vern Fleming, g (1981-84) 4. Dominique Wilkins, f (1980-82) 5. Walter Daniels, g (1976-79) 6. Bob Lienhard, c (1968-70) 7. Shandon Anderson, f (1993-96) 8. Terry Fair, f/c (1980-83) 9. Sundiata Gaines, g (2004-08) 10. D.A. Layne, g (1999-2001) 11. James Banks, f (1981-84) 12. Carlos Strong, f (1992-96) 13. Levi Stukes, g (2004-07) 14. Ronnie Hogue, g (1971-73) 15. Willie Anderson, g (1985-88) 16. Ezra Williams, g (2002-03) 17. Charles Claxton, c (1992-95) 18. Eric Marbury, g (1979-82) 19. Bob Healey, f (1947-50) 20. Lavon Mercer, c (1977-80) 21. Jimmy Pitts, g (1963-65) 22. Jacky Dorsey, f (1975-76) 23. Ray Harrison (1996-99) 24. Joe Ward, f (1984-86) 25. Jerry Waller, g (1964-66) 26. G.G. Smith, g (1996-99) 27. Jerry Eplling, f (1968-70) 28. Michael Chadwick, f (1996-99) 29. Jumaine Jones, f (1998-99) 30. Terrance Woodbury, g/f (2006-09) 31. Bill Ensley, f (1954-59) 32. Rashad Wright, g (2000-04) 33. Gerald Crosby, g (1982-85) 34. Jarvis Hayes, f (2002-03) 35. Chris Daniels, f (2000-04) 36. Allan Johnson, f (1960-62) 37. Bob Schloss, f (1948-51) 38. Joe Jordan, g (1948-51) Fred Edmondson, f (1954-59)

Pts. 2,111 1,788 1,777 1,688 1,679 1,659 1,517 1,492 1,469 1,451 1,430 1,414 1,373 1,367 1,350 1,349 1,274 1,261 1,259 1,253 1,240 1,234 1,230 1,203 1,170 1,131 1,123 1,100 1,079 1,073 1,067 1,064 1,032 1,031 1,028 1,017 1,016 1,012 1,012

G Avg. 116 17.7 123 14.5 125 14.2 78 21.6 101 16.6 75 22.1 118 12.9 123 12.1 123 11.9 91 15.9 125 11.4 118 12.0 115 11.9 77 17.8 107 12.6 90 15.0 116 11.0 110 11.5 100 12.6 106 11.8 78 15.9 52 23.7 126 9.8 107 11.2 75 15.6 129 8.8 75 14.9 129 8.5 65 16.6 107 10.0 95 11.2 119 8.9 116 8.9 56 18.4 119 8.6 75 13.6 104 9.8 100 10.1 96 10.5

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Willie Anderson, a Bulldog standout from 1985-88, ranks No. 14 on the UGA scoring list and is seventh in career assists.

In just two seasons as a starter, Pertha Robinson set the singleseason assist record and climbed into fifth place on the school’s all-time list for assist leaders with 399.

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ob Lienhard, who played at Georgia from from 1968-70, is one of the Bulldogs’ most prolific rebounders and scorers in history. Lienhard is Georgia’s career leader in rebounding (1,116) and No. 6 scorer (1,659 points). Lienhard was a dominant man on the boards. He holds the UGA single-game rebound record (32) and pulled down 20 or more on 13 occasions.

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Single-Game Rebounding

Reb.

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32 29 26 25

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24 23

22

Name 1. Pertha Robinson 2. Sundiata Gaines 3. Rashad Wright 4. Donald Hartry 5. Willie Anderson 6. Rashad Wright 7. G.G. Smith G.G. Smith 9. Pertha Robinson 10. Gerald Crosby

Player, Opponent, Date

Bob Lienhard vs. Sewanee (12-3-68) Bob Lienhard vs. LSU (3-8-69) Bob Lienhard vs. Arkansas A&M (12-2-67) Bob Lienhard vs. Ga. Tech (12-7-67) Bill Ensley vs. Ga. Tech (2-16-56) Bob Lienhard vs. Furman (12-18-67) Bob Lienhard vs. Furman (12-19-68) Tim Bassett vs. Miss. State (1-29-73) Jerry Waller vs. Alabama (2-10-64) Bob Lienhard vs. Kentucky (1-12-70) Henry Cabaniss vs. Ga. Tech (2-22-58) Bob Lienhard vs. N.C. State (12-29-67) Bob Lienhard vs. LSU (1-8-68) Bob Lienhard vs. Alabama (1-29-68) Jerry Waller vs. Miss. State (2-17-64) Cort Nagle vs. LSU (3-8-69) Bob Lienhard vs. Ole Miss (1-24-70) Tim Bassett vs. S. Alabama (12-6-71)

Yr. 1969 1968 1973 1964 1970 1972 1989 1990 1998 1975 1999 1980 1961 2000 1961 1965 2002 1960 1976 1966 1982 2000 2004

Cl. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

G 25 25 26 26 25 26 31 29 35 25 30 27 26 30 26 24 32 25 27 25 31 30 30

Yr. 1995 2007 2002 1986 1987 2003 1997 1998 1996 1985

Cl. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Sr. Sr.

Avg 15.8 14.9 14.2 13.7 13.9 13.0 9.7 10.4 8.5 11.8 9.5 10.0 10.0 8.7 10.0 10.8 8.0 10.2 9.4 10.1 8.1 8.2 8.1

Name, Years Played 1. Rashad Wright (2000-04) 2. Sundiata Gaines (2004-08) 3. Litterial Green (1989-92) 4. G.G. Smith (1996-99) 5. Vern Fleming (1981-84) 6. Pertha Robinson (1993-96) 7. Rod Cole (1988-91) 8. Ray Harrison (1996-99) 9. Donald Hartry (1983-86) 10. Gerald Crosby (1982-85) 11. Willie Anderson (1985-88) 12. Shandon Anderson (1993-96) 13. Walter Daniels (1976-79) 14. Bernard Davis (1991-94) 15. Gino Gianfrancesco (1971-73) 16. Jimmy Daughtry (1977-80) 17. D.A. Layne (1999-2001) 18. Chris Daniels (2000-04)

Ast. Games 493 119 476 123 466 116 440 129 400 125 399 107 379 126 377 126 355 124 349 115 334 107 324 118 299 101 293 107 275 91 272 104 260 91 254 119

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Avg. 14.9 7.5 7.3 11.6 7.2 11.2 6.4 6.3 13.6 8.9 5.5 5.2 8.3 7.5 9.0 4.2 10.6

Avg. 6.3 4.8 4.8 5.1 5.0 5.5 4.5 4.2 4.8 4.6 Avg. 4.1 3.9 4.0 3.4 3.2 3.7 3.0 3.0 2.9 3.0 3.1 2.7 3.0 2.7 3.0 2.6 2.9 2.1

Career Steals Name, Years Played 1. Sundiata Gaines (2004-08) 2. Pat Hamilton (1985-89) 3. Shandon Anderson (1992-96) 4. Vern Fleming (1980-84) 5. Rod Cole (1987-91) 6. Levi Stukes (2003-07) 7. Ray Harrison (1995-99) 8. Rashad Wright (2000-04) Chris Daniels (2000-04) 10. Litterial Green (1988-92)

Stl. Games 259 123 216 102 212 118 205 125 191 126 179 115 177 126 168 119 168 119 147 116

Career Rebounding Name, Position Rebs. Games 1. Bob Lienhard, c (1968-70) 1,116 75 2. Terry Fair, f-c (1980-83) 923 123 3. Alec Kessler, f-c (1987-90) 893 123 4. Jerry Waller, c (1964-66) 867 75 5. Charles Claxton, c (1992-95) 840 116 6. Lavon Mercer, c (1977-80) 838 106 7. Chris Daniels, f (2000-04) 763 119 8. Carlos Strong, f (1993-96) 739 118 9. Tim Bassett, c (1972-73) 705 52 10. John Johnson, f-c (1959-61) 684 77 11. Sundiata Gaines, g (2004-08) 674 123 12. James Banks, f (1981-84) 654 125 13. Ray Jeffords, f-c (1966-68) 633 76 14. Dom. Wilkins, f (1980-82) 588 78 15. Jumaine Jones, f (1998-99) 583 65 16. Michael Chadwick, f (1996-99) 554 129 17. Jacky Dorsey, f (1975-76) 550 52

G 27 32 32 30 30 27 33 35 30 31

Career Assists

Season Rebounding Name, Position Rbs. 1. Bob Lienhard, c 396 2. Bob Lienhard, c 373 3. Tim Bassett, c 368 4. Jerry Waller, c 356 5. Bob Lienhard, c 347 6. Tim Bassett, c 337 7. Alec Kessler, f-c 301 8. Alec Kessler, f-c 300 9. Jumaine Jones, f 299 10. Jacky Dorsey, f 296 11. Jumaine Jones, f 284 12. Terry Fair, f-c 271 13. John Johnson, f 261 Anthony Evans, c 261 14. Phillip Simpson, f-c 260 15. Jerry Waller, c 258 16. Chris Daniels, f 256 17. Phillip Simpson, f-c 255 18. Jacky Dorsey, f 254 19. Jerry Waller, c 253 20. Dominique Wilkins, f 250 21. Shon Coleman, f 246 22. Chris Daniels, f 243

Ast. 169 154 153 152 150 149 148 148 145 144

Rashad Wright became Georgia’s career assist leader during the 2004 season.

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Avg. 2.1 2.1 1.8 1.6 1.5 1.6 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.3


Georgia Record Book 1,000-Point Scorers 1. Litterial Green 2. Alec Kessler 3. Vern Fleming 4. Dominique Wilkins 5. Walter Daniels 6. Bob Lienhard 7. Shandon Anderson 8. Terry Fair 9. Sundiata Gaines 10. D.A. Layne 11. James Banks 12. Carlos Strong 13. Levi Stukes 14. Ronnie Hogue 15. Willie Anderson 16. Ezra Williams 17. Charles Claxton 18. Eric Marbury 19. Bob Healey 20. Lavon Mercer 21. Jimmy Pitts 22. Jacky Dorsey 23. Ray Harrison 24. Joe Ward 25. Jerry Waller 26. G.G. Smith 27. Jerry Epling 28. Michael Chadwick 29. Jumaine Jones 30. Terrance Woodbury 31. Bill Ensley 32. Rashad Wright 33. Gerald Crosby 34. Jarvis Hayes 35. Chris Daniels 36. Allan Johnson 37. Bob Schloss 38. Joe Jordan Fred Edmondson

Years

1989-92 1987-90 1981-84 1980-82 1976-79 1968-70 1993-96 1980-83 2004-08 1999-2001 1981-84 1993-96 2004-07 1971-73 1985-88 2001-03 1992-95 1979-82 1947-50 1977-80 1963-65 1975-76 1996-99 1984-86 1964-66 1996-99 1968-70 1996-99 1998-99 2006-09 1954-59 2000-04 1982-85 2002-03 2000-04 1960-62 1948-51 1948-51 1954-59

G

116 123 125 78 101 75 118 123 123 91 125 118 115 77 107 90 116 110 100 106 78 52 126 107 75 129 75 129 65 107 95 119 116 56 119 75 104 100 96

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Pts.

2,111 1,788 1,777 1,688 1,679 1,659 1,517 1,492 1,469 1,451 1,430 1,414 1,383 1,367 1,350 1,349 1,274 1,261 1,259 1,253 1,240 1,234 1,230 1,203 1,170 1,131 1,123 1,100 1,079 1,073 1,067 1,064 1,032 1,031 1,028 1,017 1,016 1,012 1,012

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D.A. Layne

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Jerry Epling Jumaine Jones

Gerald Crosby

Chris Daniels

Walter Daniels

Eric Marbury

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Pts. 138 124 122 122 122 117 117 117 116 115

Site-Opponent Date H- Arkansas A&M 12-2-67 H- Western Kentucky 11-28-90 H- SE Christian Coll. 1917-18 H- Whittier College 12-3-79 H- Baptist College 12-30-78 A- Mercer 12-8-90 H- Ole Miss 1-30-91 H- Delaware 1975-76 H- Charleston Southern 11-22-97 H- Bethune-Cookman 12-7-93

High Opponent Scoring Pts. 143 117 112 112 110 108 107 106 106 105 105

Site-Opponent N- Kentucky A- Vanderbilt A- Alabama N- Georgia Tech A- Tennessee A- Kentucky A- Texas A- Kentucky A- Kentucky A- Clemson H- Tennessee

Date 2-27-56 2-23-66 2-13-54 12-19-90 2-9-00 1-29-59 1-23-94 2-4-54 2-19-68 1954-55 1974-75

Highest Opp. Scoring Halves Pts. 66 61 60 60 57 57 57 55 55 55 54

(Since 1959-60)

Date 1-13-82 2-11-67 2-26-05 2-18-80 3-2-05 2-11-04 1-14-09 2-6-67 12-29-70 12-6-08 2-16-05

Low Opponent Scoring (Since 1959-60)

Pts. Site-Opponent 20 A- Miss. State 34 H- La. Tech 35 H- Miss. State 38 H- Ole Miss 38 H- Birm.-Southern 38 H- Georgia Tech 40 H- Kentucky 40 A- Georgia Tech

Date 1-13-82 12-17-77 3-10-88 1-3-96 11-28-84 12-6-80 1-16-67 2-18-80

UGA Highest Scoring Halves

Pts. Opponent Half 67 Chas. Sou. 2 66 Car.-Newman 2 65 Mercer 1 65 Long Island 2 63 Auburn 2 62 Ga. Southern 1 62 Ole Miss 2

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Date 11-22-97 12-12-81 12-8-90 12-6-91 1-19-85 11-21-01 1-30-91

Half 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2

Date 2-9-00 2-6-94 3-16-90 1-23-94 12-1-98 1-30-93 3-1-95 2-7-87 1-6-98 12-15-02 1-26-94

Highest Georgia FG% GAmes Pct. .762 .702 .692 .667 .667 .661 .659 .652 .647

Low Georgia Scoring Pts. Site-Opponent 26 A- Miss. State 36 A- Tennessee 37 A- Vanderbilt 38 A- Georgia Tech 38 H- Florida 39 A- Vanderbilt 40 A- Vanderbilt 41 H- Vanderbilt 42 N- LaSalle 42 N- Illinois 42 N- Clemson

Opponent Tennessee Notre Dame Texas Texas Bucknell Arkansas Kentucky Auburn Kentucky Gonzaga Florida

FG-FGA 32-42 40-57 45-65 32-48 40-60 37-56 29-44 30-46 33-51

Site-Opponent H-UT-Chatt. H-Miss. State H- Vanderbilt H- Tennessee H- Winthrop H- Ole Miss A- Mississippi St. A- Marshall H- Ole Miss

Date 12-19-80 2-28-01 2-12-86 3-12-83 12-21-93 1-25-86 1-9-85 12-18-99 1-27-88

Highest Opponent FG% Games Pct. .744 .673 .660 .653 .649 .648

FG-FGA 29-39 33-49 31-47 32-49 37-57 35-54

Site-Opponent A- Iowa State A- Mississippi St. A- LSU A- Memphis St. H- Mississippi St. H- Tennessee

Date 3-17-04 2-9-85 2-5-83 12-14-86 1-23-88 2-28-87

Lowest Georgia Team FG% Pct. .237 .246 .250 .250 .272 .276 .283 .293 .300 .300

FG-FGA 14-59 16-65 17-68 14-56 18-66 16-58 13-46 17-58 15-50 18-60

Site-Opponent A- Clemson A-Miss. State H- N.C. State A-Ole Miss H- Virginia H- Nevada A- Vanderbilt A- Hawaii H- Kentucky H- Wisconsin

Date 3-10-99 1-12-08 11-11-97 2-21-09 12-24-87 11-26-04 2-11-04 12-22-01 1-14-97 12-31-06

Lowest Opponent Team FG% Pct. .233 .243 .246 .247 .264

FG-FGA 17-73 17-70 15-61 21-85 19-72

Site-Opponent A- Mercer A- Georgia State A- Ole Miss A- Beth.-Cook. H- Pittsburgh

Date 11-13-98 11-26-96 1-3-96 12-7-93 12-2-95

Georgia Team Field Goals No 53 50 45 45

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Att 83 80 65 85

Site-Opponent H-Arkansas A&M H- Bethune-Cook. H- Vanderbilt N- Yale

Date 12-6-67 12-7-93 2-12-86 12-28-84

43 43 43 42 42 41 41 41 41

79 68 79 68 65 70 80 68 75

H-Jacksonville State H- Georgia College H- Georgia State H- South Carolina St. H- Central Florida H- Charleston Sou. H- Central Florida H- Baptist College A- Utah State

11-9-07 12-5-92 11-26-82 11-21-06 12-6-86 11-22-97 12-19-95 12-29-87 12-18-85

Opponent Team Field Goals No 44 43 41 41 39 39 39 39

Att 88 69 69 75 76 69 63 71

Site-Opponent H- Texas N- Kentucky H- Mississippi St. H- LSU H- North Carolina H- Iowa N- Georgia Tech H- Univ. of San Fran.

Date 1-23-94 12-17-79 1-9-80 2-9-80 11-20-88 12-3-88 12-7-85 11-28-81

Georgia Team FG Attempts No FGM 102 40 94 39 85 40 83 36 83 48 82 45 82 53 81 31

Site-Opponent H-Sewanee A- Georgia Tech A- Texas H- Auburn H- Carson-Newman H- W. Kentucky H- Whittier College A- Georgia Tech

Date 12-3-68 12-19-90 1-23-94 2-19-86 12-12-81 11-28-90 12-3-79 12-13-98

Opponent FG Attempts

No FGM Site-Opponent Date 88 44 H- Texas 1-23-94 85 21 A- Bethune-Cookman 12-7-93 82 33 N- Southern Jaguars 11-27-87 82 26 A- Whittier College 12-3-79 81 28 A- Lenoir-Rhyne 12-29-79 80 26 H-Jacksonville State 11-9-07 80 27 N- LSU 3-10-94 80 25 A- Texas 12-13-93

3-Point Goals by Georgia No 19 18 17 15 15 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 11 11

Att 35 32 35 30 30 28 28 22 24 23 24 30 28 19 20

Site-Opponent N- Fresno St. H- Charleston Sou. H- N.C. A&T A- Arkansas H- Kentucky H- South Carolina H-Savannah State H-Fresno State N- Auburn A- Pepperdine A- Texas H- Tennessee A- South Carolina H - LSU H- Delaware State

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Date 3-26-98 11-22-97 12-28-08 1-16-99 1-26-99 2-6-99 12-28-04 3-14-07 3-11-04 12-17-01 11-29-98 2-23-99 2-24-98 1-5-03 11-28-07


Top Single-Game Performances Georgia Team FTs Made

Opponent 3-Point Goals No Att Site-Opponent Date 18 40 A- Fresno State 3-14-07 15 29 H- Florida 2-13-99 15 31 A- Vanderbilt 1-26-02 14 29 N- Texas 11-12-97 14 24 A- South Carolina 3-2-96 14 34 N- Pittsburgh 12-17-94 13 27 A- Florida 1-22-97 13 27 A- Tennessee Tech 12-29-94 13 25 A- LSU 2-18-95 13 17 H- Auburn 2-1-92 13 26 A- Arkansas 3-1-01 12 26 A-Vanderbilt 2-23-08 5 more teams with 12 3-point FGs Made

3-Point Attempts by Georgia No 35 35 33 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30 30

FGM 10 17 7 5 18 10 11 11 6 12 12 12 15 15 9

Site-Opponent A- Georgia Tech H- N.C. A&T H- Florida A- Clemson H- Charleston Sou. N- Tennessee A- Kentucky A- South Carolina H- Alabama H- North Carolina H- Tennessee H- Vanderbilt A- Arkansas H- Kentucky H- Florida

Date 12-19-90 12-28-08 1-22-97 3-10-99 11-22-97 3-9-91 2-28-07 2-27-99 3-4-99 12-27-97 2-23-99 1-31-98 1-16-99 1-26-99 2-13-99

3-Pt. Attempts by Opponent No 40 36 35 34 34 31 31 30 30 30 29

FGM 18 11 10 10 10 8 12 8 9 10 15

Site-Opponent Date A- Fresno State 3-14-07 H- Pittsburgh 12-2-95 A- Samford 11-26-01 H- Tennessee State 12-1-99 H- Georgia Tech 12-8-99 A- Winthrop 12-21-93 A- Kentucky 1-7-94 H-South Carolina 2-13-08 H- Georgia Tech 12-13-98 N- Southern 11-27-87 A- Florida 2-13-99

3-Point Pct. by Georgia Pct. .727 .727 .700 .700 .692 .688 .667 .647

3FGs 8-11 8-11 7-10 7-10 9-13 11-16 8-12 11-17

Site-Opponent H- Alabama A- Vanderbilt A- Mississippi St. H- S. Carolina H- W. Carolina A-Kentucky H- Mississippi St. H- LSU

Date 2-6-88 2-14-90 1-19-89 1-22-00 12-4-93 3-4-09 1-17-90 1-5-03

3-Point Pct. by Opponent Pct. .765 .750 .700 .700 .636 .632

3FGs 13-17 9-12 7-10 7-10 7-11 12-19

Site-Opponent H- Auburn A- Vanderbilt H- Ole Miss A- Florida A- LSU A-Tennessee

Date 2-1-92 2-27-91 2-22-89 2-7-95 1-25-06 1-7-04

No. Att 37 47 36 48 34 45 34 45 32 44 32 39 32 41 32 43 32 38 32 50 31 43

Site-Opponent H- Florida H- Kentucky H - Vanderbilt A- Mercer H-W. Carolina A- Auburn H- UNC Ashe. N- LaSalle H- Mississippi St. A- Augusta Coll. H- Auburn

Date 1-30-56 1-3-90 2-15-03 12-8-90 11-21-03 2-23-91 12-19-88 12-30-88 2-18-89 12-18-82 2-7-87

Opponent Team FTs Made No. Att 38 53 35 43 34 41 33 40 33 42 32 37

Site-Opponent A- South Carolina A- UCLA A- Vandy H- Kentucky A- Florida H- Vanderbilt

Date 1-18-97 1-4-92 2-26-92 1-14-97 2-12-91 2-15-89

Georgia Team FT Attempts No. Made 50 30 50 30 50 32 48 36 45 34 45 34 45 27 44 32 43 32 43 31 42 26

Site-Opponent H- Kentucky N- LSU A- Augusta Coll. H- Kentucky H - Vanderbilt A- Mercer H- Tennessee H-W. Carolina N- LaSalle H- Auburn H- Tennessee

Date 1-14-97 3-10-94 12-18-82 1-3-90 2-15-03 12-8-90 1-27-90 11-21-03 12-30-88 2-7-87 2-3-93

Opponent Team FT Attempts No. Made 53 38 46 29 45 26 43 35 42 33 42 29 42 28

Site-Opponent A- South Carolina A- Georgia Tech N- Texas A- UCLA A- Florida H- Florida A-Alabama

Date 1-18-97 12-19-90 3-16-90 1-4-92 2-12-91 1-7-89 1-29-05

Georgia Team FT Pct. Pct. .967 .956 .944 .933 .933 .929 .905

FTs 29-30 22-23 17-19 14-15 14-15 13-14 19-21

Site-Opp. N- Miss. St. A- Southern H - Auburn H- Furman H- Auburn N-Ga. Sou. A- Armstr. St.

Date 3-5-98 11-27-87 1-25-03 12-4-98 2-19-86 11-21-01 11-30-86

Opponent Team FT Pct. Pct. .960 .950 .941 .941 .929 .903 .897 .895

Georgia Basketball

FTs 24-25 19-20 16-17 16-17 26-28 28-31 26-29 17-19

Site-Opp. A- Kentucky A-Vanderbilt H- Air Force A- Vanderbilt A-Kentucky A- Kentucky A- Auburn H- Tennessee

Date 1-7-92 2-11-04 3-19-07 12-11-90 3-4-09 2-3-90 1-23-82 1-5-91

Georgia Total Rebounds No 78 68 62 60 59 58

Site-Opponent H-Sewanee N- Long Island H-Jacksonville State H- Beth.-Cookman A- Ole Miss H- Mercer

Date 12-3-68 12-6-91 11-9-07 12-7-93 3-2-91 11-26-91

Opponent Total Rebounds No. 62 60 57 55 54

Site-Opponent H- Pittsburgh A- Georgia Tech N- Texas H- Tennessee H-Colorado

Date 12-17-94 12-19-90 12-22-90 1-27-01 12-23-96

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Georgia Rebound Margin

No UGA-Opp. Site-Opponent Date +29 51-22 H- Ala. A&M 11-24-06 +28 53-25 H- Kentucky 1-3-90 +28 53-25 H- Florida 1-30-80 +26 51-25 H-Miss. Valley St. 11-25-08 +25 53-28 H- Augusta Coll. 12-10-88 +25 56-31 N-Grambling St. 11-27-99 +24 55-31 N- Miss. St. 3-11-93 +24 44-20 H- Ole Miss 1-25-86 +23 62-39 H-Jax St. 11-9-07

Opponent Rebound Margin

No Opp-UGA Site-Opponent +26 44-18 H-Kentucky +25 49-24 A- Kentucky +25 62-37 N- Pittsburgh +21 47-26 A- Mid. Tenn. St. +20 48-28 N- BYU +20 46-26 A- Kentucky +19 57-38 A- Clemson +19 41-22 A- Kentucky +19 47-28 A- Florida +19 44-25 A-Ga. Tech

Date 1-15-05 2-17-99 2-17-94 3-22-88 12-12-92 2-15-06 3-10-99 3-8-84 1-6-82 12-5-04

Georgia’s Largest Victories (Since 1959-60) No +67 +60 +60 +59 +57 +57 +49

UGA-Opp. 117-50 122-62 122-62 124-65 116-59 115-58 103-54

Site-Opponent A- Mercer H- Whittier Coll. H- Baptist Coll. H- Western Ky. H- Chas. Sou. H- Beth.-Cook. H- Central Fla.

Date 12-8-90 12-3-79 12-30-78 11-28-90 11-22-97 12-7-93 12-19-95

Opp. Largest Victories (Since 1959-60)

No UGA-Opp. +38 49-87 +34 42-76 +33 54-87 +31 52-83 +29 52-81 +29 48-77 +27 68-95 +27 83-110 +26 76-102 +26 69-95 +24 65-89 +24 40-64

Site-Opponent A-Ga. Tech N-Illinois N- Virginia H- Air Force A- LSU A- Tennessee N- Kentucky A- Tennessee A- Iowa N- Kentucky N- Ga. Tech A- Kentucky

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Date 12-5-04 12-6-08 12-24-87 3-19-07 1-25-06 2-4-98 3-9-97 2-9-00 12-3-88 12-17-79 12-7-85 1-28-84

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Georgia Field Goal Attempts

Georgia Scoring

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No 46 45 44 43 41 38 38 38 37 37

Name Ronnie Hogue Bob Lienhard Vern Fleming Jacky Dorsey Jacky Dorsey Zippy Morocco Litterial Green Litterial Green Zippy Morocco Dominique Wilkins

Site-Opponent H- LSU H- Alabama H- Vanderbilt H- Southern Miss A- LSU H- Tennessee A- UCLA H- Kentucky H- Alabama H- Florida

Date 12-20-71 1-29-68 2-27-84 12-21-74 1-20-75 2-25-53 1-4-92 1-2-91 1-10-53 1-7-81

Name Pete Maravich Chris Jackson Kevin Martin Travis Mays Ronnie Battle Melvin Turpin Kenny Anderson

Site-Opponent H- LSU H- LSU H-W. Carolina N- Texas H- Auburn H- Kentucky H- Georgia Tech

Date 3-8-69 1-24-90 11-21-03 3-16-90 2-1-92 3-8-84 12-19-90

Georgia Field Goals Made No. (Att) Name 20 29 Ronnie Hogue 19 23 Vern Fleming 16 30 Joe Ward 14 20 W. Anderson 14 18 W. Anderson 14 25 Vern Fleming 13 18 Dominique Wilkins 13 22 Litterial Green 13 23 Litterial Green 13 22 Litterial Green 13 20 Toney Mack 13 20 W. Anderson 13 19 Vern Fleming 13 16 Vern Fleming 13 28 Dominique Wilkins 13 19 Dominique Wilkins 13 19 Shon Coleman 18 players with 12 FGM

Site-Opponent H- LSU H- Vanderbilt N- Miami N- Georgia Tech H- Florida A- Vanderbilt H- Lenoir-Rhyne H- Columbus Coll. A- Vanderbilt A- Florida N- Stetson N- Kansas St. H- Alabama H- Cent. Wesleyan H- Auburn H- Ole Miss H- Kentucky

Date 12-20-71 2-27-87 11-30-85 12-5-87 2-10-88 1-30-84 12-29-79 12-11-91 12-11-90 2-12-91 12-20-86 3-12-87 2-10-84 12-11-82 2-20-82 2-27-82 1-26-00

Opponent Field Goals Made No. (Att) Name 21 48 Pete Maravich 18 22 Melvin Turpin 15 26 Quentin Dailey 15 26 B.J. Tyler 15 20 Ronnie Battle 15 29 Chris Jackson 14 25 Kevin Martin 14 17 Cameron Burns 14 23 DeWayne Scales 14 17 Shaquille O’Neal 22 Buck Johnson 14 13 19 Adam Mark 13 21 Gerald Glass 13 20 Allan Houston Dexter Cambridge 13 21 13 19 Eric Smith 13 16 Ronnie Williams 13 15 Dale Ellis 16 players with 12 FGM

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Site-Opponent H- LSU A- Kentucky H- San Francisco A- Texas A- Auburn A- LSU H-W. Carolina H- Miss. State A- LSU H- LSU H- Alabama H - Belmont A- Ole Miss H- Tennessee A- Texas H- Ole Miss H- Florida H- Tennessee

Georgia Basketball

Site-Opponent H- Southern Miss A- Miami H- Auburn N- Texas A- Georgia Tech N- Fresno State A- North Carolina A- Vanderbilt A- Kentucky N- Florida State

Date 12-17-74 11-30-85 2-20-82 2-16-92 12-13-98 12-19-98 12-5-95 1-30-84 3-8-84 12-1-81

Opponent Field Goal Attempts

Opponent Scoring No 58 45 44 44 43 42 40

No. (FGM) Name 31 17 Jacky Dorsey 30 16 Joe Ward Dom. Wilkins 28 13 28 10 Litterial Green 27 11 Jumaine Jones 25 12 Jumaine Jones 25 12 Katu Davis 25 14 Vern Fleming 25 11 Vern Fleming Dominique Wilkins 24 10

Date 3-8-69 3-8-84 11-28-81 1-23-94 2-1-92 1-24-90 11-21-03 1-17-90 2-9-80 2-8-91 1-4-86 11-23-02 1-20-90 1-27-90 2-16-92 1-25-86 2-3-82 1-27-82

No. (FGM) Name 48 21 Pete Maravich 29 15 Chris Jackson 28 11 Dennis Scott 26 15 B.J. Tyler 26 15 Quentin Dailey 25 14 Kevin Martin 25 10 Adrian Branch 25 12 Jeff Malone 25 9 Chavelo Holmes 25 8 Tony White

Site-Opponent H- LSU A- LSU N- Georgia Tech A- Texas A- San Francisco H-W. Carolina H- Maryland H- Miss. State H- Georgia State N- Tennessee

Date 3-8-69 1-24-90 12-16-89 1-23-94 11-28-81 11-25-03 3-15-82 2-10-82 12-14-85 3-7-85

Georgia 3-Pt. Field Goals Made No. (3FGA) Name Site-Opponent 9 15 G.G. Smith N- Fresno State 8 9 Levi Stukes H - Fresno State 8 14 Levi Stukes N-Auburn 8 11 D.A. Layne H- South Carolina 8 8 Bernard Davis H- Tennessee 7 10 Ter. Woodbury H-Florida 7 7 Ezra Williams H - LSU 7 11 D.A. Layne A- Arkansas 7 10 D.A. Layne A- Kentucky 7 10 Litterial Green A- UCLA 7 9 Litterial Green A- South Carolina 6 9 Billy Humphrey H-Delaware State 6 9 Rashad Wright H-Ole Miss Derrick Dukes H- Charleston Sou. 8 6 6 9 Bernard Davis H- Winthrop 5 more players with six 3-point FGs made

Date 3-26-98 3-14-07 3-11-04 2-6-99 2-12-94 2-14-09 1-5-03 1-16-99 2-17-99 1-4-92 1-18-92 11-28-07 2-4-04 11-22-97 12-21-93

Oppponent 3-Pt. Field Goals Made No. (FGA) 9 12 8 11 7 13 7 9 7 17 7 14 7 10 7 12 7 10 6 6 6 12 6 7 6 7 6 9 6 11 6 14 6 12 6 8 6 10 6 9

Name Chris Lofton Larry Davis Chris Lofton Alex Gordon Eddie Miller Kevin Martin Anthony Roberson Brandon Wharton Mike Bright Tony Williams Chris Jackson Kenyan Weaks Kenny Price Larry Davis Ronnie Henderson B.J. Tyler Ryan Hoover Allan Houston Gary Buchanan Brendan Plavich

Site-Opponent A- Tennessee H- South Carolina A-Tennessee A-Vanderbilt A- Fresno State H-W. Carolina A - Florida N- Tennessee H- Bucknell N- Louisville A- LSU H- Florida A- Colorado H- South Carolina A- LSU A- Texas N- Notre Dame A- Tennessee A- Villanova A-Vanderbilt

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Date 2-11-06 3-2-96 1-26-08 2-23-08 3-14-07 11-21-03 1-11-03 3-7-96 12-1-91 11-26-99 1-24-90 2-13-99 1-9-97 2-12-97 2-7-96 1-23-94 2-6-94 3-6-93 1-30-00 1-26-02


Georgia 3-Point Attempts Att. 17 15 15 14 14 14

Made 6 9 5 5 4 4

Att. 17 15 15 15 14 14

Made 7 5 8 6 2 6

Name Jody Patton G.G. Smith Tyrone Wilson Katu Davis Bernard Davis G.G. Smith

Site-Opponent Date N- Tennessee 3-9-91 N- Fresno State 3-26-98 N- Pittsburgh 12-17-94 A- North Carolina 12-5-95 A- Mississippi State 2-5-92 H- Florida 1-22-97

Opponent 3-Point Attempts Name Eddie Miller Eric Washington Andre Alridge Chris Young LaShawn Coulter B.J.Tyler

Top Single-Game Performances

Site-Opponent A-Fresno State A- Alabama N- Pittsburgh H- South Alabama A- Winthrop H- Texas

Date 3-14-07 2-10-96 12-17-94 12-18-02 12-21-93 1-23-94

Georgia 3-Point FG Pct. Pct. Md-At Name 1.000 8-8 Bernard Davis 1.000 7-7 Ezra Williams .889 8-9 Levi Stukes .778 7-9 Litterial Green .750 6-8 Derrick Dukes .750 6-8 Jody Patton .727 8-11 D.A. Layne .700 7-10 D.A. Layne

Site-Opponent H- Tennessee H - LSU H - Fresno State A- S.Carolina H- Charleston So. H- Ole Miss H- S.Carolina A- Kentucky

Date 2-12-94 1-5-03 3-14-07 1-18-92 11-22-97 1-30-91 2-6-99 2-17-99

Opponent 3-Point FG Pct. Pct. Md-At Name 1.000 5-5 Van Usher 1.000 5-5 Joe Lawrence 1.000 5-5 Mitch Richmond .889 8-9 Ronnie Battle .857 6-7 Kenyan Weaks .857 6-7 Kenny Price

Site-Opponent H- Tenn Tech H- Florida N- Kansas St. A- Auburn H- Florida A- Colorado

Date 12-28-91 1-3-87 3-12-87 2-1-92 2-13-99 12-9-97

Georgia Free Throws Made Made Att 16 24 16 20 16 19 16 19 16 17 15 18

Name Zippy Morocco Morris Dinwiddie Morris Dinwiddie Billy Rado Litterial Green Alec Kessler

Site-Opponent H- Florida A- Ole Miss H- Florida A- Florida State N- Miss. St. A- W. Kentucky

Date 2-16-53 2-19-55 1-30-56 12-27-62 3-9-89 12-2-89

Opponent free throws Made Made Att 23 27 19 22 18 22 16 25 15 17 14 17 14 16

Name Travis Mays Joakim Noah Kenny Anderson Pete Maravich Larry Davis Tremaine Fowlkes Ronny Turiaf

Site-Opponent N- Texas H- Florida H- Georgia Tech H- LSU H- S.Carolina N- Fresno St. N - Gonzaga

Date 3-16-90 3-1-06 12-19-90 3-8-69 1-18-97 3-26-98 12-15-02

Georgia Free Throw Attempts Att. 24 20 19 19 18 18 18

Made 16 16 16 16 11 15 15

Name Zippy Morocco Morris Dinwiddie Morris Dinwiddie Billy Rado Rashad Wright Alec Kessler Alec Kessler

Site-Opponent H-Florida A- Ole Miss H- Florida A- Florida State H-Kentucky A- W.Kentucky A- Miss. St.

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Date 2-16-53 2-19-55 1-30-56 12-27-62 2-14-04 12-2-89 2-17-90

Att.-Made 27-23 25-16 22-19 22-18 21-13 17-14 17-15

Opponent Free Throw Attempts Name Travis Mays Pete Maravich Joakim Noah Kenny Anderson Bryant Smith Tremaine Fowlkes Larry Davis

Site-Opponent N- Texas H- LSU H- Florida N- Georgia Tech A- Auburn N- Fresno St. A- S.Carolina

Date 3-16-90 3-8-69 3-1-06 12-19-90 1-3-97 3-26-98 1-18-97

Georgia Highest Perfect FT Shooting Games

No-Att 12-12 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 9-9 9-9 9-9

Name Terrance Woodbury Damien Wilkins Ray Harrison Carlos Strong Litterial Green Alec Kessler Larry Brown Rod Cole Jarvis Hayes

Site-Opponent A-Kentucky H-W. Carolina H- LSU H- LSU A- Florida H- Auburn N- Mississippi St. A- Auburn H - Tennessee

Date 3-4-09 11-21-03 2-22-97 2-18-95 2-29-92 1-13-88 3-5-98 1-23-91 1-22-03

Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records Records History Media Info

Opp. Highest Perfect FT Shooting Games

No-Att 14-14 12-12 11-11 11-11 10-10 10-10 9-9 9-9 9-9

Name Billy McCaffrey Don MacLean Kenny Brown Ledell Eackles Ryan Hoover Vernon Maxwell C.J. Black Roderick Barnes Jim Master

Site-Opponent H- Vanderbilt A- UCLA A- Mercer A- New Orleans N- Notre Dame H- Florida H- Tennessee H- Ole Miss H- Kentucky

Georgia Individual Rebounds

No Name 32 Bob Lienhard 29 Bob Lienhard 26 Bob Lienhard 26 Bob Lienhard 25 Bill Ensley 25 Bob Lienhard 25 Bob Lienhard 24 Jerry Waller 24 Bob Lienhard 23 Henry Cabaniss 3 other players with 23 rebounds No 27 21 20 19 18 18 18 18 18 17 17 17 17 17 17

Site-Opponent H- Sewanee H- LSU H- Arkansas A&M A- Georgia Tech H- Georgia Tech H- Furman H- Furman H- Alabama H- Kentucky A- Georgia Tech

Opponent Rebounds

Name Clyde Lee Eugene McDowell Eddie Phillips Rickey Brown Malcolm Mackey Eugene McDowell Chris Giles David Harrison Korvotney Barber Guillermo Myers Shaquille O’Neal Ian Lockhart Chris Morris Kenny Walker Charles Barkley

Site-Opponent H- Vanderbilt H- Florida A- Alabama H- Mississippi St. H- Georgia Tech A- Florida N- UAV A - Colorado H-Auburn N- Texas A- LSU H- Tennessee H- Auburn A- Kentucky H- Auburn

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Date 1-19-94 1-4-92 11-26-91 12-18-87 2-6-94 2-5-87 1-20-99 2-27-88 1-30-82

Date 12-3-68 3-8-69 12-2-67 12-7-67 2-16-56 12-18-67 12-19-68 2-10-64 1-12-70 2-22-58

Date 1-11-65 1-6-82 2-11-80 1-9-80 12-19-90 1-24-84 12-19-81 12-3-02 2-18-09 12-22-90 2-8-91 2-28-90 2-13-88 1-23-85 1-23-82

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Miscellaneous Landmarks

Records by Class

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Senior Leaders

Senior Leaders Player 1. Walter Daniels 2. Alec Kessler 3. Vern Fleming 4. Zippy Morocco 5. Willie Anderson 6. Litterial Green 7. Bob Lienhard 8. Katu Davis 9. Murphy McManus 10. Jimmy Pitts

Pts. 613 610 584 590 583 564 532 489 483 481

Year 1978-79 1989-90 1983-84 1952-53 1987-88 1991-92 1969-70 1995-96 1954-55 1964-65

G 28 29 30 25 35 29 25 31 24 26

Avg. 21.9 21.0 19.8 23.6 16.7 19.5 21.3 15.8 20.1 18.5

Player 1. Tim Bassett 2. Bob Lienhard 3. Henry Cabaniss 4. Alec Kessler 5. John Johnson 6. Phillip Simpson 7. Jerry Waller 8. Bill Ensley 9. Chris Daniels 10. Ray Jeffords 10. Anthony Evans

G 31 31 25 28 34 36 26 32 26 31 27 26

Avg. 21.3 19.2 23.8 20.6 16.9 15.3 20.5 16.5 20.3 16.8 18.3 18.7

Player 1. Bob Lienhard 2. Tim Bassett 3. Alec Kessler 4. Henry Cabaniss 5. Anthony Evans 6. Jerry Waller 7. Phillip Simpson 8. Dom. Wilkins 9. Shon Coleman 10. John Johnson

Pts. 659 596 594 576 575 551 533 529 527 520 493 485

Year 1981-82 1988-89 1968-69 1990-91 1982-83 1987-88 1971-72 2001-02 1971-72 2000-01 2002-03 1963-64

Year 1980-81 1975-76 1998-99 1999-00 2001-02 1967-68 1962-63 1989-90 1987-88 1993-94 1996-97

G 31 27 30 30 29 25 26 28 35 30 33

Avg. 23.6 21.8 18.8 18.3 18.6 21.3 19.0 17.5 12.6 13.8 12.4

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Pts.

Year

646 515 481 433 404 381 368 354 330 325 324 321 307 301

1974-75 1997-98 1988-89 1984-85 1975-76 1998-99 1979-80 2008-09 1978-79 1976-77 2004-05 1974-75 2005-06 1980-81

G Avg. 26 14.2 25 13.9 26 12.3 29 10.4 26 10.0 26 10.0 25 10.1 23 11.0 30 8.1 25 9.4 31 7.1

Reb. 396 337 301 298 261 258 255 250 246 244

Year 1968-69 1971-72 1988-89 1956-57 1999-00 1964-65 1959-60 1981-82 1999-00 1959-60

G Avg. 25 15.8 26 13.0 31 9.7 24 12.4 30 8.7 24 10.8 25 10.2 31 8.1 30 8.2 25 9.8

Player 1. Bob Lienhard 2. Jerry Waller 3. Jumaine Jones 4. Chris Daniels 5. Jacky Dorsey 6. Terry Fair 7. Dom. Wilkins 8. Lavon Mercer 9. Alec Kessler 10. Charles Claxton 11. Carlos Strong

Pts. 373 356 284 256 254 239 234 231 197 192 183

Year 1967-68 1963-64 1998-99 2001-02 1975-76 1980-81 1980-81 1977-78 1987-88 1992-93 1993-94

G 25 26 30 32 27 31 31 27 35 29 30

Avg. 14.9 13.7 9.5 8.0 9.4 7.7 7.5 8.6 5.6 6.6 6.1

G 35 25 27 25 27 28 27 28 29 30 31 28

Avg. 8.5 11.8 10.0 8.9 8.1 7.4 7.6 7.1 6.6 5.3 5.0 5.4

Freshman Leaders

Freshman Leaders 1. Jacky Dorsey 2. Jumaine Jones 3. Litterial Green 4. Cedric Henderson 5. Walter Daniels 6. D.A. Layne 7. Terry Fair 8. Trey Thompkins 9. Eric Marbury 10. Lavon Mercer 11. Sundiata Gaines 12. Tony Flanagan 13. Mike Mercer 14. Vern Fleming

Year 1972-73 1969-70 1957-58 1989-90 1960-61 1960-61 1965-66 1957-58 2003-04 1967-68 2000-01

Sophomore Leaders

Sophomore Leaders Player Pts. 1. Dom. Wilkins 732 2. Jacky Dorsey 588 3. Jumaine Jones 564 4. D.A. Layne 550 5. Jarvis Hayes 538 6. Bob Lienhard 533 7. Billy Rado 495 8. Litterial Green 490 9. Alec Kessler 442 10. Shandon Anderson 413 11. Michael Chadwick 409

Reb. 368 347 320 300 261 260 253 252 243 235 232

Junior Leaders

Junior Leaders Player 1. Dom. Wilkins 2. Alec Kessler 3. Bob Lienhard 4. Litterial Green 5. Vern Fleming 6. Toney Mack 7. Ronnie Hogue 8. Ezra Williams 9. John Fraley 10. D.A. Layne 11. Jarvis Hayes 12. Jimmy Pitts

Stegeman Coliseum Records

Rebounding

Scoring

G Avg. 25 35 31 28 27 30 27 28 27 27 28 25 28 30

25.8 14.7 15.5 15.5 15.0 12.7 13.6 12.6 12.2 12.0 12.0 12.8 11.0 10.0

Georgia Basketball

Player Rebs. 1. Jumaine Jones 299 2. Jacky Dorsey 296 3. Terry Fair 271 4. Charlie Dorsey 223 5. Lucius Foster 220 6. Trey Thompkins 206 7. Lavon Mercer 204 199 8. Cedric Henderson 9. Charles Claxton 190 10. Eric Burdette 158 11. James Banks 155 12. Dave Bliss 150

Year 1997-98 1974-75 1979-80 1974-75 1975-76 2008-09 1976-77 1984-85 1991-92 1986-87 1980-81 2004-05

Georgia • Individual Highs Pts: 46 by Ronnie Hogue vs. LSU (12-20-71) Reb: 32 by B. Lienhard vs. Sewanee (12-3-68) Ast: 15 by Gino Gianfrancesco vs. Ga. Tech (3-7-72) FGM: 20 by Ronnie Hogue vs. LSU (12-20-71) FGA: 31 by J. Dorsey vs. S. Miss. (12-21-74) 3FGM: 8 by D.A. Layne vs. USC (2-6-99) by Levi Stukes vs. Fresno State (3-14-07) 3FGA: 17 by Jody Patton vs. Tenn. (3-9-91) FTM: 15 by J. Youngblood vs. Fla. (1-23-67) FTA: 15 by J. Youngblood vs. Fla. (1-23-67) 15 by J. Fraley vs. Alabama (2-14-72) • Team Highs Pts: 138 vs. Arkansas A&M (12-2-67) Reb: 78 vs. Sewanee (12-3-68) Ast: 32 vs. LSU (12-20-71) Blks: 15 vs. Tennessee (1/27/01) FGM: 53 vs. Whittier (12-3-79) FGA: 102 vs. Sewanee (12-3-68) FG%: .762 vs. UT-Chatt. (12-19-80) FTM: 34 vs. Arkansas A&M (12-2-67) FTA: 50 vs. Kentucky (1/14/97) • Team Lows Pts: 38 vs. Florida (3-2-05) Reb: 18 vs. Kentucky (1-16-67) (1-15-05) FGM: 13 vs. Kentucky (1-16-67) FGA: 20 vs. Kentucky (1-16-67) FG Pct: 25.0 (17x68) vs. Auburn (1-4-71) FTM: 0 vs. Troy State (12-3-77) FTA: 0 vs. Troy State (12-3-77)

Opponents • Individual Highs Pts: 58 by Pete Maravich, LSU (3-8-69) Reb: 27 bs. Clyde Lee, Vanderbilt (1-11-65) Ast: 16 by Rodney Woods, Tennessee (2-1-75) FGM: 21 by Pete Maravich, LSU (3-8-69) FGA: 48 by Pete Maravich, LSU (3-8-69) 3FGM: 8 by Larry Davis, USC (3-3-96) 3FGA: 15 by four players FTM: 16 by Pete Maravich, LSU (3-8-69) FTA: 25 by Pete Maravich, LSU (3-8-69) • Team Highs Pts: 106 by Kentucky (2-19-68) Reb: 62 by Kentucky (2-9-76) FGM: 46 by Tennessee (2-1-75) FGA: 89 by Southern Miss (12-21-74) FG Pct: .638 (37x58) by Tennessee (2-17-68) FTM: 32 by Miss. State (1-29-73) FTA: 41 by Miss. State (1-29-73) • Team Lows Pts: 34 by Louisiana Tech (12-17-77) Reb: 21 by Kentucky (1-16-67); 21 by Kentucky (1-10-70) 21 by South Carolina (2-13-08) FGM: 13 by Birm.-Southern (11-28-84) FGA: 38 by Birm.-Southern (11-28-84) and by Florida (2-17-04) FG Pct: 27.8 (22x79) by Alabama (12-8-69) FTM: 1 by Troy State (12-7-76) FTA: 1 by Troy State (12-7-76)

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Miscellaneous Landmarks

Georgia in the Polls

(Georgia’s All-Time Appearances in the weekly national polls) Season Week

AP USA Today Ranking Ranking

1969-70 2/10/70 1981-82 Preseason 1982-83 2/1/83 3/15/83 1983-84 Preseason 11/29/83 12/6/83 12/13/83 12/20/83 12/27/83 1/3/84 1/10/84 1/24/84 1984-85 2/19/85 2/26/85 3/5/85 3/12/85 1988-89 1/10/89 1989-90 2/27/90 3/6/90 1990-91 Preseason 11/27/90 1990-91 12/4/90 12/11/90 12/18/90 12/25/90

20th 16th 19th 18th 16th 13th 10th 12th 14th 11th 11th 15th 18th 18th 14th 17th 19th 20th 25th 25th 21st 17th 13th 11th 17th 17th

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2000-01 2001-02

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12/18/95 18th 12/26/95 16th 1/2/96 14th 1/8/96 19th 1/15/96 22nd 1/22/96 -1/7/97 24th 1/14/97 21st 3/4/97 24th 3/11/97 17th Preseason 19th 11/18/97 25th 11/25/97 22nd 12/2/97 21st 12/9/97 23rd 12/16/97 20th 1/29/01 25th 1/14/02 20th 1/21/02 15th 1/28/02 16th 2/4/02 17th 2/11/02 21st 2/18/02 18th 2/25/02 16th 3/4/02 17th

19th t16th 14th 17th 22nd 24th ---22nd 22nd 22nd 24th 22nd 25th 21st -23rd 17th 17th 19th 22nd 20th 15th 19th

2002-03 Preseason 16th 11/18/02 18th 11/25/02 17th 1/6/03 20th 1/13/03 20th 1/20/03 19th 1/27/03 15th 2/3/03 17th 2/10/03 20th 2/17/03 22nd 2/24/03 21st 3/3/03 25th 3/10/03 21st

16th 16th 18th 24th 22nd 22nd 17th 18th 22nd 24th 22nd 25th 22nd

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In addition, Georgia has been ranked in the following final season polls: 1983 AP (18th) and UPI (15th); 1997 AP (17th) and USA Today (22nd); 2002 AP (22nd) and 2003 AP (25th). Georgia was also ranked 16th in the final post-season USA Today poll in 1996. NOTE: United Press International (UPI) sponsored the second national poll from 1954-1996. USA Today, along with other organizations, took over the sponsorship thereafter.

Georgia Coaches’ All-Time Records Coach

Full Seasons Years

Walter T. Forbes C.O. Heidler W. A. Cunningham Howell Peacock Alfred W. Scott Kennon Mott Herman J. Stegeman Rex Enright Vernon Smith Frank Johnson Elmer Lampe Ralph Jordan Jim Whatley Harbin “Red” Lawson Ken Rosemond John Guthrie Hugh Durham Orlando “Tubby” Smith Ron Jirsa Jim Harrick Dennis Felton Pete Herrmann

Games Won

Lost

Pct.

2 1906-07 4 2 2 .500 4 1908-10, 12 22 16 6 .727 2 1911, 1917 16 10 6 .625 4 1913-16 37 30 7 .811 1 1918 7 6 1 .857 1 1919 8 5 3 .625 12 1920-31 248 170 78 .686 6 1932-37 120 69 51 .575 1 1938 2 1 1 .500 1 1938 13 9 4 .692 8 1938-46 167 81 86 .485 3 1947-50 83 44 39 .530 2 1950-51 42 24 18 .571 14 1952-65 353 112 241 .317 8 1966-73 203 92 111 .453 5 1974-78 132 46 86 .348 17 1979-95 524 298 216 .580 2 1995-97 64 45 19 .703 2 1997-99 65 35 30 .538 4 1999-2003 120 37* 53 .411 5.6 2003-09 175 84 91 .480 0.4 2009 12 3 9 .250 104 1906-2009 2375 1249* 1160 .518 *30 wins — 11 in 2002 and 19 in 2003 — were later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Georgia Basketball

Hugh Durham (1979-95) is Georgia’s winningest all-time head basketball coach with 298 victories.

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138 124 122 122 122 117 117 117 116 115 115 113 113 113 112 112 111 109 109 108 108 108 107 107 107 107 106 105 105 105 105 105 105 104 104 104 104 103 103 103 102 102 102 102 101 101 101 100 100 100 100

vs. Arkansas A&M (91) in 1967-68 vs. Western Kentucky (65) in 1990-91 vs. Southeast Christian College (2) in 1917-18 vs. Baptist College (62) in 1978-79 vs. Whittier (62) in 1979-80 vs. Mercer (50) in 1990-91 vs. Ole Miss (62) in 1990-91 vs. Delaware (75) in 1975-76 vs. Charleston Southern (59) in 1997-98 vs. LSU (95) in 1971-72 vs. Bethune-Cookman (58) in 1993-94 vs. Carson-Newman (67) in 1981-82 vs. Charleston Southern (59) in 1997-98 vs. Grambling State (74) in 1999-2000 vs. South Carolina (90) in 1963-64 vs. Rollins (77) in 1971-72 vs. Ole Miss (77) in 1967-68 vs. UNC-Asheville (65) in 1988-89 vs. Long Island (69) in 1991-92 vs. Vanderbilt (81) in 1989-90 vs. Buffalo (77) in 1976-77 vs. Troy State (65) in 1980-81 vs. Jacksonville State (65) in 2007-08 vs. Tennessee (86) in 1990-91 vs. Ole Miss (83) in 1989-90 vs. Sewanee (67) in 1968-69 vs. Kentucky (91) in 1989-90 vs. Valdosta State (74) in 2006-07 vs. South Carolina State (60) in 2006-07 vs. Georgia Tech (112) in 1990-91 vs. Yale (65) in 1984-85 vs. Baptist College (56) in 1987-88 vs. Tennessee Tech (90) in 1991-92 vs. Georgia College (66) in 1992-93 vs. Georgia State (64) in 1985-86 vs. Vanderbilt (80) in 1968-69 vs. Augusta College (60) in 1982-83 vs. Central Florida (54) in 1995-96 vs. Seattle (58) in 1986-87 vs. Winthrop (55) in 1993-94 vs. Sewanee (72) in 1971-72 vs. Southern Mississippi (76) in 1974-75 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (74) in 1979-80 vs. Coastal Carolina (69) in 2000-01 vs. Vanderbilt (70) in 1985-86 vs. Marist (61) in 1994-95 vs. Florida (85) in 1994-95 vs. Davidson (12) in 1908-09 vs. Troy State (77) in 1979-80 vs. Augusta College (84) in 1988-89 vs. Savannah State (69) in 2004-05 Georgia Basketball

Opponent 100-Point Games 143 117 116 112 112 110 108 107 107 106 106 106 105 105 105 105 104 103 103 102 102 102 101 101 101 101 101 101 100 100 100 100 100 100

Kentucky vs. Georgia (66) in 1955-56 Vanderbilt vs. Georgia (97) in 1965-66 Kentucky vs. Georgia (86) in 1969-70 Georgia Tech vs. Georgia (105) in 1990-91 Alabama vs. Georgia (76) in 1953-54 Tennessee vs. Georgia (83) in 1999-2000 Kentucky vs. Georgia (55) in 1958-59 Texas vs. Georgia (96) in 1993-94 Kentucky vs. Georgia (95) in 1970-71 Kentucky vs. Georgia (55) in 1953-54 Kentucky vs. Georgia (87) in 1967-68 Tennessee vs. Georgia (82) in 1976-77 Clemson vs. Georgia (94) in 1954-55 Ole Miss vs. Georgia (65) in 1955-56 Florida vs. Georgia (78) in 1961-62 Tennessee vs. Georgia (69) in 1974-75 Kentucky vs. Georgia (73) in 1967-68 Kentucky vs. Georgia (83) in 1963-64 Ole Miss vs. Georgia (52) in 1951-52 Kentucky vs. Georgia (82) in 1964-65 Vanderbilt vs. Georgia (80) in 1974-75 Iowa vs. Georgia (76) in 1988-89 Alabama vs. Georgia (74) in 1954-55 Florida State vs. Georgia (69) in 1961-62 Kentucky vs. Georgia (76) in 1976-77 Alabama vs. Georgia (73) in 1971-72 Florida vs. Georgia (76) in 1976-77 Vanderbilt vs. Georgia (89) in 1999-2000 Florida vs. Georgia (78) in 1993-94 LSU vs. Georgia (53) in 1953-54 Kentucky vs. Georgia (68) in 1953-54 Tennessee vs. Georgia (71) in 1965-66 Marquette vs. Georgia (70) in 1974-75 Texas vs. Georgia (88) in 1989-80

Miscellaneous Facts

• Total 100-Point Games by UGA........................ 52 • Total Opponents’ 100-Pt. Games ................... 34 • First 100-Point Game in UGA History .................. ............... 1908-09 season (UGA 100, Davidson 12) • First Opponent 100-Point Game vs. UGA ........... ................ 1/7/52 in Oxford (Ole Miss 103, UGA 52) • First UGA 100-Point Game on the Road.............. . 12/19/81 in Augusta (UGA 104, Augusta Coll. 60) • Most Recent UGA 100-Point Game on the Road ................. 3/11/98 at Iowa City (UGA 100, Iowa 93) • First Opponent 100-Point Game in Athens ......... ................................2/3/64 (Kentucky 103, UGA 83) • Most Recent Opp. 100-Point Game in Athens .................................. 1/26/94 (Florida 100, UGA 78) • UGA 100-Point Games by Decade: .......1900s: 1; 1910s: 1; 1960s: 5; 1970s: 10; 1980s: 11; 1990s: 21; 2000s: 3

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Miscellaneous Landmarks Rebounding

Scoring Season 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60

Player Terrance Woodbury Sundiata Gaines Takais Brown Levi Stukes Levi Stukes Rashad Wright Jarvis Hayes Jarvis Hayes D.A. Layne D.A. Layne Jumaine Jones Jumaine Jones Michael Chadwick Katu Davis Carlos Strong Shandon Anderson Charles Claxton Litterial Green Litterial Green Alec Kessler Alec Kessler Willie Anderson Willie Anderson Joe Ward Cedric Henderson Vern Fleming Vern Fleming Dominique Wilkins Dominique Wilkins Dominique Wilkins Walter Daniels Walter Daniels David Reavis Jacky Dorsey Jacky Dorsey Billy Magarity Tim Bassett Ronnie Hogue Ronnie Hogue Bob Lienhard Bob Lienhard Bob Lienhard Jim Youngblood Jerry Waller Jimmy Pitts Jimmy Pitts Billy Rado Allan Johnson Allan Johnson Phillip Simpson

G 28 34 31 30 28 29 27 29 31 30 30 35 33 31 28 30 29 29 28 29 31 35 30 30 28 30 34 31 31 16 28 27 24 27 25 24 26 26 25 25 25 25 26 25 26 26 26 24 26 25

FGM FTM 134 78 175 109 181 75 118 41 119 64 134 82 185 69 212 65 184 87 176 107 197 122 188 415 141 75 176 75 144 100 157 93 133 68 183 136 187 146 198 199 210 176 241 91 187 77 204 59 167 99 248 98 227 121 278 103 310 112 135 27 262 89 184 76 132 78 252 84 267 112 163 78 198 45 217 99 164 78 215 102 235 124 213 107 140 113 133 107 169 143 179 127 170 155 172 85 163 62 132 88

Pts. 393 502 439 349 349 417 493 538 520 550 564 515 409 489 397 413 334 564 576 610 596 513 476 467 433 594 575 659 732 297 613 444 342 588 646 404 441 533 406 532 594 533 393 373 481 485 495 429 388 352

Avg. 14.0 14.6 14.2 11.6 15.2 14.4 18.3 18.6 16.8 18.3 18.8 14.7 12.4 15.8 14.2 13.8 11.5 19.5 20.6 21.0 19.2 16.7 15.9 15.6 15.5 19.8 16.9 21.3 23.6 18.6 21.9 16.4 14.3 21.8 25.8 16.8 17.0 20.5 16.2 21.3 23.8 21.3 15.1 14.9 18.5 18.7 19.0 17.6 14.9 14.1

Season

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78 1976-77 1975-76 1974-75 1973-74 1972-73 1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 1968-69 1967-68 1966-67 1965-66 1964-65 1963-64 1962-63 1961-62 1960-61 1959-60

FG Percentage Season 2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78

Player

Chris Barnes Dave Bliss Takais Brown Dave Bliss Dave Bliss Jonas Hayes Chris Daniels Jonas Hayes Shon Coleman Anthony Evans Badi Oliver Lorenzo Hall Lorenzo Hall Shandon Anderson Charles Claxton Steve Jones Charles Claxton Reggie Tinch Reggie Tinch Rod Cole Alec Kessler Rod Cole Chad Kessler David Dunn Horace McMillan Joe Ward Vern Fleming Dominique Wilkins Terry Fair Lavon Mercer Lavon Mercer Lavon Mercer

G

32 34 31 30 28 30 26 31 31 30 30 32 33 31 28 30 29 27 29 29 31 36 30 30 31 28 34 31 31 27 25 27

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FG-FGA 55-104 95-177 181-320 55-108 78-151 132-258 97-173 86-155 128-231 176-299 30-58 62-115 78-152 176-327 124-226 74-124 133-236 82-148 59-103 110-220 210-431 55-103 135-258 101-178 118-211 103-178 227-424 278-526 152-275 121-198 146-227 124-218

Player

Trey Thompkins Sundiata Gaines Sundiata Gaines Sundiata Gaines Dave Bliss Chris Daniels Steve Thomas Chris Daniels Anthony Evans Anthony Evans Jumaine Jones Jumaine Jones Michael Chadwick Carlos Strong Charles Claxton Charles Claxton Charles Claxton Kendall Rhine Neville Austin Alec Kessler Alec Kessler Alec Kessler Chad Kessler Horace McMillan Cedric Henderson Richard Corhen Terry Fair Dominique Wilkins Terry Fair Terry Fair Lavon Mercer Lavon Mercer Lavon Mercer Jacky Dorsey Jacky Dorsey Billy Magarity Tim Bassett Tim Bassett Cauthen Westbrook Bob Lienhard Bob Lienhard Bob Lienhard Don Wix Jerry Waller Jerry Waller Jerry Waller Chuck Adamek Carlton Gill John Johnson Phillip Simpson

G

28 34 32 30 28 30 20 32 31 30 30 35 33 31 28 30 29 29 30 29 31 35 30 30 28 30 34 31 31 27 25 27 27 27 25 24 26 26 25 25 25 25 26 25 24 26 25 24 26 25

Rebs. 206 204 183 154 150 243 146 256 232 261 284 299 182 195 222 236 192 192 158 300 301 197 179 177 199 188 224 250 239 271 192 231 204 254 296 159 368 337 194 347 396 373 194 253 258 356 188 226 261 255

Avg.

7.4 6.0 5.7 5.1 5.4 8.1 7.3 8.0 7.5 8.7 9.5 8.5 5.5 6.3 7.9 7.9 6.6 6.6 5.3 10.4 9.7 5.6 5.7 5.9 7.1 6.3 6.6 8.1 7.7 10.0 7.7 8.6 7.6 9.4 11.8 6.6 14.2 13.0 7.8 13.9 15.8 14.9 7.5 10.1 10.8 13.7 7.5 9.4 10.0 10.2

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FT Percentage Pct.

.529 .537 .566 .509 .517 .512 .538 .555 .554 .582 .517 .539 .513 .538 .549 .597 .564 .554 .573 .500 .487 .533 .523 .567 .559 .579 .535 .529 .553 .611 .643 .569

Season

2008-09 2007-08 2006-07 2005-06 2004-05 2003-04 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 1999-00 1998-99 1997-98 1996-97 1995-96 1994-95 1993-94 1992-93 1991-92 1990-91 1989-90 1988-89 1987-88 1986-87 1985-86 1984-85 1983-84 1982-83 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1978-79 1977-78

Player

Terrance Woodbury Billy Humphrey Billy Humphrey Channing Toney Channing Toney Damien Wilkins Jarvis Hayes Rashad Wright D.A. Layne D.A. Layne Ray Harrison Jumaine Jones Ray Harrison Katu Davis Katu Davis Cleveland Jackson Ty Wilson Litterial Green Marshall Wilson Marshall Wilson Litterial Green Alec Kessler Willie Anderson Horace McMillan Donald Hartry Joe Ward James Banks Eric Marbury Dominique Wilkins Terry Fair Eric Marbury Walter Daniels

G

28 30 33 30 27 30 27 32 31 30 30 35 G 31 28 30 29 29 30 30 31 35 30 30 31 28 33 31 31 27 27 27

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FT-FTA 78-93 69-83 33-39 42-52 61-67 118-150 69-88 81-105 87-108 107-131 68-91 95-121 73-94 75-98 75-91 43-58 46-59 136-198 83-99 90-114 145-187 144-183 77-97 57-69 44-55 55-61 95-130 51-67 112-149 74-104 56-70 76-106

Pct.

.839 .831 .846 .808 .910 .787 .784 .771 .806 .817 .747 .785 .777 .765 .824 .741 .780 .687 .838 .790 .775 .787 .794 .826 .800 .902 .731 .761 .752 .712 .800 .717

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Year 2008-09 Opponent 2007-08 Opponent 2006-07 Opponent 2005-06 Opponent 2004-05 Opponent 2003-04 Opponent 2002-03 Opponent 2001-02 Opponent 2000-01 Opponent 1999-2000 Opponent 1998-99 Opponent 1997-98 Opponent 1996-97 Opponent 1995-96 Opponent 1994-95 Opponent 1993-94 Opponent 1992-93 Opponent 1991-92 Opponent 1990-91 Opponent 1989-90 Opponent 1988-89 Opponent 1987-88 Opponent 1986-87 Opponent 1985-86 Opponent 1984-85 Opponent 1983-84 Opponent

G 32 32 34 34 33 33 30 30 28 28 30 30 27 27 32 32 31 31 30 30 30 30 35 35 33 33 31 31 28 28 30 30 29 29 29 29 30 30 29 29 31 31 36 36 30 30 30 30 31 31 30 30

FGM-FGA 759-1842 827-1932 840-1956 829-1941 918-1989 814-1860 773-1793 757-1668 585-1480 675-1462 664-1564 703-1557 770-1659 716-1647 871-1947 840-1954 845-1820 793-1826 792-1716 831-1950 756-1741 761-1771 914-2163 882-2036 803-1833 747-1900 912-1947 756-1838 796-1719 712-1716 894-1885 832-1938 822-1733 795-1755 798-1751 742-1690 872-1901 722-1654 803-1694 821-1809 848-1793 894-1825 994-2038 959-1988 860-1709 785-1719 969-1855 903-1797 977-1890 841-1746 883-1763 823-1647

Pct. .412 .428 .429 .427 .462 .438 .431 .454 .395 .462 .425 .452 .464 .435 .447 .430 .464 .434 .462 .426 .434 .430 .423 .433 .438 .393 .468 .411 .463 .415 .474 .429 .474 .453 .456 .439 .459 .437 .474 .454 .473 .490 .488 .482 .503 .457 .522 .503 .516 .482 .501 .499

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3FGM-3FGAPct. 204-597 .342 207-627 .330 204-619 .330 215-684 .314 263-691 .381 257-715 .359 209-614 .340 174-499 .349 153-512 .299 149-455 .327 179-524 .342 180-542 .332 181-476 .380 183-541 .338 189-588 .321 219-708 .309 142-411 .345 211-607 .348 145-423 .343 228-657 .347 243-655 .371 194-542 .358 284-803 .354 207-610 .339 261-716 .365 191-622 .307 198-570 .347 203-618 .329 149-443 .336 172-482 .357 167-460 .363 158-529 .299 170-436 .390 164-435 .377 146-374 .390 159-407 .391 211-550 .384 149-368 .405 165-397 .416 140-430 .326 129-325 .397 114-328 .348 118-311 .379 124-320 .378 73-196 .372 132-313 .422 —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— ——

FTM-FTA Pct. 355-556 .638 376-547 .687 430-633 .679 417-642 .650 378-567 .667 394-578 .682 355-545 .651 440-665 .662 360-568 .634 399-608 .656 488-691 .706 386-582 .663 417-584 .714 361-515 .701 513-696 .737 372-561 .663 425-632 .672 461-675 .683 418-641 .652 362-542 .668 393-572 .687 402-607 .662 542-777 .698 540-788 .685 509-778 .654 491-709 .693 434-652 .666 395-609 .649 434-672 .646 348-515 .676 441-732 .603 484-694 .697 440-721 .610 420-605 .694 462-749 .617 466-668 .698 496-722 .687 548-767 .715 628-875 .718 434-636 .682 546-754 .724 433-601 .721 538-727 .740 464-625 .742 425-612 .694 372-541 .688 398-555 .717 359-498 .721 424-638 .665 389-572 .680 392-535 .733 370-541 .684

REB-Avg. 1203-37.6 1179-36.8 1295-38.1 1159-34.1 1250-37.9 1063-32.2 1045-34.8 1105-36.8 895-32.0 1005-35.9 1033-34.4 957-31.9 1010-37.4 990-36.7 1227-38.3 1154-36.1 1193-38.5 1049-33.8 1174-39.1 1080-36.0 1087-36.2 1116-37.2 1360-38.9 1300-37.1 1276-38.7 1140-34.6 1235-39.8 1086-35.0 1144-40.9 999-35.7 1241-41.4 1120-37.3 1104-38.1 1008-34.8 1135-39.1 1030-35.5 1107-36.9 1094-36.5 1119-38.6 1053-36.3 1053-34.0 1071-34.6 1109-30.8 1137-31.5 1075-35.8 943-31.4 1016-33.9 963-32.1 1066-34.4 1047-33.8 961-32.0 947-31.6

PF PTS-Avg. 535 2077-64.9 519 2237-69.9 612 2314-68.1 583 2290-67.4 574 2477-75.1 564 2279-69.1 586 2110-70.3 536 2128-70.9 551 1683-60.1 544 1898-67.8 584 1995-66.5 614 1972-65.7 465 2138-79.2 511 1976-73.2 541 2444-76.4 611 2271-71.0 569 2257-72.8 582 2258-72.8 501 2147-71.6 571 2252-75.1 580 2148-71.6 547 2118-70.6 682 2654-75.8 678 2511-71.7 631 2376-72.0 667 2176-65.9 572 2456-79.2 557 2110-68.1 497 2175-77.7 566 1944-69.4 611 2396-79.9 611 2306-76.9 543 2254-77.7 587 2174-75.0 562 2204-76.0 623 2109-72.7 644 2451-81.7 604 2141-71.4 572 2399-82.7 690 2216-76.4 586 2371-76.5 602 2335-75.3 659 2644-73.4 665 2503-69.5 516 2218-73.9 553 2070-69.0 512 2336-77.9 533 2165-72.2 591 2378-76.7 605 2071-66.8 554 2158-71.9 522 2016-67.2

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Year 1982-83 Opponent 1981-82 Opponent 1980-81 Opponent 1979-80 Opponent 1978-79 Opponent 1977-78 Opponent 1976-77 Opponent 1975-76 Opponent 1974-75 Opponent 1973-74 Opponent 1972-73 Opponent 1971-72 Opponent 1970-71 Opponent 1969-70 Opponent 1968-69 Opponent 1967-68 Opponent 1966-67 Opponent 1965-66 Opponent 1964-65 Opponent 1963-64 Opponent 1962-63 Opponent 1961-62 Opponent 1960-61 Opponent 1959-60 Opponent

G 34 34 31 31 31 31 27 27 28 28 27 27 27 27 27 27 25 25 26 26 26 26 26 26 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 26 26 25 25 26 26 26 26 26 26 24 24 26 26 25 25

FGM-FGA 997-1961 909-1894 866-1734 834-1692 890-1736 886-1833 790-1577 747-1630 874-1675 871-1743 759-1613 743-1692 810-1730 821-1790 903-1941 842-1804 811-1810 896-1937 800-1742 840-1764 832-1800 815-1721 834-1665 805-1685 665-1477 703-1500 761-1537 756-1675 815-1764 797-1786 785-1677 774-1745 663-1408 786-1653 679-1391 767-1652 705-1646 786-1835 704-1670 788-1817 659-1656 785-1825 619-1512 736-1604 790-1743 729-1783 671-1687 666-1675

Pct. .508 .480 .497 .493 .513 .483 .501 .458 .522 .499 .471 .439 .468 .459 .465 .467 .448 .463 .459 .476 .462 .474 .501 .478 .450 .469 .495 .451 .462 .446 .470 .445 .474 .476 .488 .465 .428 .428 .422 .434 .398 .430 .409 .459 .453 .409 .398 .398

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3FGM-3FGAPct. —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— —— ——

Team Statistics: 1960-83

FTM-FTA Pct. 531-789 .673 376-533 .705 420-636 .660 348-498 .699 460-650 .708 320-448 .714 353-542 .651 280-427 .656 313-445 .703 335-468 .716 272-432 .630 428-610 .702 316-515 .614 458-622 .736 286-446 .641 436-639 .682 320-453 .706 305-462 .660 319-456 .700 391-512 .764 240-374 .642 358-489 .732 462-683 .676 424-656 .646 408-567 .720 465-647 .719 435-595 .731 422-594 .710 417-565 .739 399-580 .688 485-659 .736 357-522 .684 454-598 .759 398-543 .733 400-568 .705 329-491 .671 434-617 .705 422-632 .668 503-696 .723 371-524 .708 518-722 .717 399-572 .697 395-570 .692 383-518 .739 370-605 .611 425-592 .718 417-629 .662 449-659 .681

Reb.-Avg. 1135-33.4 1110-32.7 998-32.2 988-31.9 987-31.8 1029-33.2 983-36.4 922-34.1 890-31.8 957-34.2 998-37.0 1041-38.6 996-36.9 1144-42.4 1155-42.8 1194-44.2 1158-46.3 1172-46.9 1059-40.7 1066-40.7 1107-42.6 1032-39.7 1074-41.3 1090-41.9 955-38.2 995-39.8 1058-42.3 969-38.3 1186-45.4 1081-43.2 1155-46.2 1047-41.9 841-32.3 1060-40.8 932-37.3 995-39.8 1130-43.5 1253-48.2 1165-44.8 1176-45.2 1151-44.3 1263-48.5 962-40.0 1064-44.3 1204-46.3 1273-48.9 1259-50.4 1190-47.6

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PF 613 700 520 575 490 599 445 531 502 489 582 481 557 523 605 503 489 477 527 541 510 420 511 497 443 443 450 433 457 433 413 484 355 394 394 455 464 472 415 497 460 509 393 484 417 449 463 580

Pts.-Avg. 2530-74.4 2199-64.7 2152-69.4 2016-65.0 2240-72.3 2092-67.6 1933-71.6 1774-65.7 2061-73.6 2077-74.2 1790-66.3 1914-70.9 1936-71.7 2094-77.6 2092-77.5 2120-78.5 1942-77.7 2097-83.9 1919-73.8 2071-79.7 1904-73.2 1988-76.5 2130-81.9 2034-78.2 1871-74.8 1871-74.8 1957-78.3 1934-77.4 2047-81.9 1993-79.7 2055-82.2 1905-76.2 1780-68.5 1970-75.8 1758-70.3 1863-74.5 1844-70.9 1994-76.7 1911-73.5 1947-74.9 1836-70.6 1969-75.5 1633-68.0 1855-77.2 1810-69.6 1883-72.4 1759-70.4 1781-71.2

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Pos., Player PPG RPG F — Trey Thompkins 12.6 7.4 C — Albert Jackson 4.5 3.8 G — Terrance Woodbury 14.0 4.6 G — Corey Butler 6.7 4.0 G — Dustin Ware 7.2 1.7

2007-08 (W17, L17) Pos., Player F — Albert Jackson C — Dave Bliss G — Billy Humphrey G — Terrance Woodbury G — Sundiata Gaines

PPG RPG 3.7 4.3 7.6 5.6 12.2 3.5 11.0 4.1 14.8 6.0

2006-07 (W19, L14) Pos., Player F — Takais Brown C — Dave Bliss G — Billy Humphrey G — Levi Stukes G — Sundiata Gaines

PPG RPG 14.2 5.6 4.0 3.2 7.5 3.5 12.5 2.5 10.5 5.7

2005-06 (W15, L15) Pos., Player F — Steve Newman C — Dave Bliss G — Channing Toney G — Levi Stukes G — Sundiata Gaines

PPG RPG 4.9 2.0 4.4 3.4 8.5 2.7 11.6 3.1 10.3 5.1

2004-05 (W8, L20) Pos., Player F — Steve Newman C — Dave Bliss G — Channing Toney G — Levi Stukes G — Sundiata Gaines

PPG RPG 7.2 4.1 7.2 5.4 9.8 3.0 15.2 3.5 12.0 4.9

2003-04 (W16, L14) Pos., Player F — Jonas Hayes F — Chris Daniels C — Damien Wilkins G — Levi Stukes G — Rashad Wright

PPG RPG 11.9 5.3 10.2 8.1 12.6 5.4 9.5 2.6 14.4 2.9

2002-03 (W0, L8) Pos., Player F — Jarvis Hayes F — Chris Daniels C — Steve Thomas G — Ezra Williams G — Rashad Wright

PPG RPG 18.3 4.4 9.8 7.1 10.2 7.3 16.6 5.0 7.8 2.6

2001-02 (W11, L10) Pos., Player F — Jarvis Hayes F — Chris Daniels C — Steve Thomas G — Ezra Williams G — Rashad Wright

PPG RPG 18.6 5.2 11.3 8.0 8.4 6.4 16.5 5.4 9.1 2.4

2000-01 (W16, L15) Pos., Player F — Ezra Williams F — Shon Coleman C — Anthony Evans G — D.A. Layne G — Rashad Wright

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1999-2000 (W10, L20) Pos., Player F — Adrian Jones F — Shon Coleman C — Anthony Evans G — D.A. Layne G — Moses White

PPG RPG 7.8 4.4 12.4 8.2 14.7 8.7 18.3 2.3 3.8 1.9

PPG RPG 7.8 4.4 12.4 8.2 14.7 8.7 18.3 2.3 3.8 1.9

1998-99 (W15, L15) Pos., Player F — Michael Chadwick F — Jumaine Jones C — Jon Nordin G — D.A. Layne G — G.G. Smith

PPG RPG 9.4 5.6 18.8 9.5 4.5 2.7 12.7 2.8 8.5 2.3

1997-98 (W20, L15) Pos., Player F — Michael Chadwick F — Jumaine Jones C — Larry Brown G — Ray Harrison G — G.G. Smith

PPG RPG 8.7 4.1 14.7 8.5 6.3 4.2 11.9 3.0 13.5 2.9

1996-97 (W24, L9) Pos., Player F — Michael Chadwick F — Jon Nordin C — Lorenzo Hall G — Ray Harrison G — G.G. Smith

PPG RPG 12.4 5.5 4.0 2.2 5.9 5.3 11.0 4.1 9.5 2.4

1995-96 (W21, L10) Pos., Player F — Carlos Strong F — Shandon Anderson C — Terrell Bell G — Katu Davis G — Pertha Robinson

PPG RPG 13.5 6.4 14.9 5.5 6.3 6.3 15.8 4.5 8.7 3.3

1994-95 (W18, L10) Pos., Player F — Carlos Strong F — Shandon Anderson C — Charles Claxton G — Katu Davis G — Pertha Robinson

PPG RPG 14.2 6.9 13.3 5.2 12.1 7.9 11.0 3.3 6.1 4.0

1993-94 (W14, L16) Pos., Player F — Cleveland Jackson F — Carlos Strong C — Charles Claxton G — Shandon Anderson G — Bernard Davis

PPG RPG 7.7 3.0 11.1 6.1 10.9 7.9 13.8 5.6 11.2 1.7

1992-93 (W15, L14) Pos., Player F — Cleveland Jackson F — Carlos Strong C — Charles Claxton G — Ty Wilson G — Bernard Davis

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PPG RPG 11.0 2.9 9.2 5.7 11.5 6.6 8.5 2.8 9.0 2.0

1991-92 (W15, L14) Pos., Player F — Kendall Rhine F — Mike Green C — Charles Claxton G — Litterial Green G — Bernard Davis

PPG RPG 10.8 6.6 5.9 4.3 9.4 6.6 19.5 3.0 7.9 1.9

1990-91 (W17, L13) Pos., Player F — Marshall Wilson F — Antonio Harvey C — Neville Austin G — Litterial Green G — Rod Cole

PPG RPG 13.1 3.7 7.2 4.3 4.0 5.3 20.6 2.6 10.8 3.8

1989-90 (W20, L9) Pos., Player F — Alec Kessler F — Marshall Wilson C — Neville Austin G — Litterial Green G — Rod Cole

PPG RPG 21.0 10.4 12.0 5.3 6.2 6.0 17.5 2.7 11.0 3.5

1988-89 (W15, L16) Pos., Player F — Marshall Wilson F — Rod Cole C — Alec Kessler G — Litterial Green G — Pat Hamilton

PPG RPG 7.4 4.4 6.3 1.7 19.2 9.7 15.5 1.8 12.7 3.0

1987-88 (W20, L16) Pos., Player F — Toney Mack F — Rod Cole C — Alec Kessler G — Willie Anderson G — Pat Hamilton

PPG RPG 15.3 5.1 3.9 2.0 12.6 5.6 16.7 5.1 10.2 2.3

1986-87 (W18, L12) Pos., Player F — Derrick Kirce F — Chad Kessler C — Eric Burdette G — Dennis Williams G — Willie Anderson

PPG RPG 4.2 3.4 12.0 6.0 5.6 5.3 15.7 4.9 15.9 4.1

1985-86 (W17, L13) Pos., Player F — Joe Ward F — Horace McMillan C — David Dunn G — Donald Hartry G — Dennis Williams

PPG RPG 15.6 5.3 10.6 5.9 9.0 3.0 13.2 2.0 8.9 3.0

1984-85 (W22, L9) Pos., Player F — Joe Ward F — Richard Corhen C — Cedric Henderson G — Donald Hartry G — Gerald Crosby

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PPG RPG 12.0 7.1 6.4 5.2 15.5 7.1 9.7 1.9 8.3 2.5


Starting Lineups: 1961-84 1983-84 (W17, L13) Pos., Player F — Joe Ward F — James Banks C — Richard Corhen G — Vern Fleming G — Gerald Crosby

PPG RPG 9.3 5.1 13.8 5.3 5.5 6.3 19.8 4.0 9.9 1.7

1982-83 (W24, L10) Pos., Player F — Lamar Heard F — James Banks C — Terry Fair G — Vern Fleming G — Gerald Crosby

PPG RPG 7.1 6.6 14.0 5.4 13.7 6.6 16.9 4.7 11.0 1.4

1981-82 (W19, L12) Pos., Player F — Dominique Wilkins F — James Banks C — Terry Fair G — Eric Marbury G — Vern Fleming

PPG RPG 21.3 8.1 9.2 5.2 8.8 6.1 10.4 1.9 9.9 3.9

1980-81 (W19, L12) Pos., Player F — Dominique WIlkins F — James Banks C — Terry Fair G — Eric Marbury G — Vern Fleming

PPG RPG 23.6 7.5 8.7 5.0 12.5 7.7 11.3 2.6 10.0 2.7

1979-80 (W14, L13) Pos., Player F — Dominique WIlkins F — Terry Fair C — Lavon Mercer G — Eric Marbury G — Jimmy Daughtry

PPG RPG 18.6 6.5 13.6 10.0 11.5 7.8 12.5 2.9 10.6 2.0

1978-79 (W14, L14) Pos., Player F — Ron Webb F — Eric Marbury C — Lavon Mercer G — Walter Daniels G — Jimmy Daughtry

PPG RPG 8.1 5.0 11.8 2.7 13.4 7.7 21.9 2.5 9.2 2.9

1977-78 (W11, L16) Pos., Player F — Lucius Foster F — Curtis Jackson C — Lavon Mercer G — Walter Daniels G — Jimmy Daughtry

PPG RPG 11.9 8.5 11.9 3.6 10.5 8.6 16.4 3.9 3.8 1.6

1976-77 (W9, L18) Pos., Player F — David Reavis F — Curtis Jackson C — Lavon Mercer G — Walter Daniels G — Tony Flanagan

PPG RPG 14.3 5.1 14.2 5.1 12.0 7.6 11.5 3.6 10.9 4.4

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1975-76 (W12, L15) Pos., Player F — Jack Dorsey F — Curtis Jackson C — Lucius Foster G — Walter Daniels G — Tony Flanagan

PPG RPG 21.8 9.4 5.9 3.4 12.6 8.1 15.0 4.0 10.7 3.4

1974-75 (W8, L17) Pos., Player F — Jack Dorsey F — Billy Magarity C — Steve Waxman G — JoJo Hicks G — Tony Flanagan

PPG RPG 25.8 11.8 14.4 7.2 2.4 2.4 5.2 3.6 12.8 3.0

1973-74 (W6, L20) Pos., Player F — Bill Magarity F — Charlie Anderson C — Steve Waxman G — Ed Peterson G — Tim Goski

PPG RPG 16.8 6.6 14.4 6.3 6.8 5.2 9.7 1.5 7.1 1.2

1972-73 (W10, L16) Pos., Player F — Dick Toth F — John Fraley C — Tim Bassett G — Ronnie Hogue G — Gino Gianfrancesco

PPG RPG 7.3 5.8 10.8 4.0 17.0 14.2 16.5 4.2 6.2 1.3

1971-72 (W14, L12) Pos., Player F — Dick Toth F — John Fraley C — Tim Bassett G — Ronnie Hogue G — Gino Gianfrancesco

PPG RPG 9.6 7.1 20.3 4.5 11.8 13.0 20.5 4.3 8.5 1.5

1970-71 (W6, L19) Pos., Player F — Ronnie Hogue F — Cauthen Westbrook C — Dick Toth G — Gino Gianfrancesco G — Barry Cohen

PPG RPG 16.2 7.4 15.3 7.8 7.9 7.1 10.4 1.5 8.2 2.6

1969-70 (W13, L12) Pos., Player F — Cauthen Westbrook F — Herb White C — Bob Lienhard G — Lanny Taylor G — Jerry Epling

PPG RPG 10.6 5.3 9.8 6.4 21.3 13.9 16.6 2.5 12.2 3.8

1968-69 (W13, L12) Pos., Player F — Cort Neagle F — Tom Brennan C — Bob Lienhard G — Jerry Epling G — Lanny Taylor

PPG RPG 6.4 6.0 6.6 2.8 23.8 15.8 18.0 3.0 12.0 2.4

1967-68 (W17, L8) Pos., Player F — Jim Youngblood F — Ray Jeffords C — Bob Lienhard G — Jerry Epling G — Dick McIntosh

PPG RPG 14.9 6.0 12.6 9.4 21.3 14.9 14.7 3.4 8.6 1.7

1966-67 (W9, L17) Pos., Player F — Jim Youngblood F — Frank Harscher C — Don Wix G — Dick McIntosh G — Tom Duggins

PPG RPG 15.1 7.1 13.9 4.2 13.2 7.5 13.9 1.9 4.2 1.0

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1965-66 (W10, L15) Pos., Player F — Ray Jeffords F — Frank Harscher C — Jerry Waller G — Dick McIntosh G — Lee Martin

PPG RPG 13.8 8.7 9.3 3.2 14.9 10.1 11.5 2.1 7.6 2.3

1964-65 (W8, L18) Pos., Player F — Jerry Waller F — Ray Jeffords C — Mack Crenshaw G — Jimmy Pitts G — Dwayne Powell

PPG RPG 16.8 10.8 5.6 6.9 5.1 5.2 18.5 3.5 14.2 3.7

1963-64 (W12, L14) Pos., Player F — Jerry Waller F — Charles Bagby C — Mack Crenshaw G — Jimmy Pitts G — Billy Rado

PPG RPG 15.2 13.7 11.2 4.8 7.0 7.3 18.7 3.6 12.3 3.0

1962-63 (W9, L17) Pos., Player F - Charles Bagby F - Carlton Gill C - Harold Morris G - Jimmy Pitts G - Billy Rado

PPG RPG 9.8 4.3 7.4 6.6 7.2 4.9 10.5 3.0 19.0 4.1

1961-62 (W8, L16) Pos., Player F - Carlton Gill F - Chuck Adamek C - Harold Morris G - Charles Bagby G - Allan Johnson

PPG RPG 12.6 9.4 11.0 7.9 10.3 7.0 7.5 2.7 17.6 3.2

1960-61 (W8, L18) Pos.,Player F - Phillip Simpson F - Don Keiser C - John Johnson G - Allan Johnson G - Pat Casey

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PPG RPG 14.5 10.0 11.9 5.2 11.2 10.0 14.9 2.7 6.1 5.1

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Year

1905-06 1917-18 1919-20 1929-30 Outlook Players

1932-33 1934-35

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1937-38 1940-41 1942-43 1947-48 1948-49 1950-51 1959-60 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1974-75 1975-76

Opponent

Georgia Tech A.A.C. Macon YMCA Florida Kentucky Tulane Clemson (2) Georgia Tech Florida South Carolina Fort Benning Alabama Georgia Tech Auburn Alabama Mississippi State Ole Miss Clemson Tulane Florida State Alabama (2) TCU Kentucky (2) Vanderbilt Ole Miss LSU (2) Brigham Young (2) Davidson Mississippi State Vanderbilt Mississippi State Tennessee Wisconsin LSU Auburn Vanderbilt Alabama Vanderbilt (2)

Site

Atlanta Athens Macon Gainesville Athens New Orleans Clemson Athens Gainesville Athens Columbus Athens Atlanta Auburn Tuscaloosa Starkville Oxford Athens New Orleans Athens Athens Athens Athens Athens Oxford Athens Philadelphia Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. Starkville, Miss. Knoxville, Tenn. Milwaukee, Wis. Baton Rouge, La. Athens, Ga. Nashville, Tenn. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga.

W/L Score L W L W L W W L L L L W W L L W L L W L L W L L W L L L L L L L W L W L L L

11-12 30-23 39-43 35-34 21-22 41-39 44-43 39-49 32-38 44-48 31-32 47-44 74-60 68-69 60-64 67-62 63-65 81-83 86-83 55-64 67-72 76-75 65-69 41-51 85-82 80-90 82-89 75-77 66-67 76-80 58-62 68-71 91-89 90-96 93-90 85-95 67-69 69-71

Former guard Zac Swansey delivered Georgia’s most recent overtime win with a buzzer-beating 3-pointer last season against Wofford.

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1976-77

Opponent

Site

W/L Score

Evansville Athens, Ga. W 88-86 South Carolina New Orleans, La. L 73-74 Kentucky Lexington, Ky. L 59-64 Alabama Athens, Ga. L 74-78 1977-78 Ohio State Louisville, Ky. W 84-80 Louisville Louisville, Ky. W 71-70 1978-79 Tennessee (3) Knoxville, Tenn. L 81-87 Florida Gainesville, Fla. W 63-62 Auburn (4) Birmingham, Ala. L 91-95 1979-80 LSU (2) Athens, Ga. W 73-72 Alabama Athens, Ga. L 64-66 Auburn Athens, Ga. L 65-69 1980-81 Kentucky (2) Athens, Ga. L 68-71 Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. W 68-65 Tennessee Athens, Ga. W 76-75 1983-84 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. L 74-81 LSU Baton Rouge, La. L 68-69 Ole Miss Oxford, Miss. L 54-56 UT-Chattanooga Chattanooga, Tenn. L 69-74 1984-85 Villanova Atlanta, Ga. W 75-68 Tennessee (2) Athens, Ga. L 79-80 1985-86 Auburn Athens, Ga. L 86-87 1986-87 Auburn Auburn, Ala. L 58-62 LSU (2) Baton Rouge, La. W 94-92 Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. L 74-83 LSU Atlanta, Ga. L 88-89 Kansas State Salt Lake City, Utah L 79-82 1988-89 Ole Miss Athens, Ga. L 70-74 Mississippi State Athens, Ga. L 85-86 1989-90 LSU Baton Rouge, La. W 94-92 Vanderbilt Orlando, Fla. L 74-78 1990-91 Vanderilt Nashville, Tenn. L 74-75 Georgia Tech (3) Atlanta, Ga. L 105-112 Auburn Athens, Ga. L 58-59 Pittsburgh Louisville, Ky. L 68-76 1992-93 Florida Athens, Ga. L 77-81 1993-94 Auburn Auburn, Ala. W 83-80 Kentucky Athens, Ga. W 94-90 1994-95 Pittsburgh (2) Atlanta, Ga. W 87-86 1995-96 Syracuse Denver, Colo. L 81-83 1996-97 Maryland Honolulu, Hawaii W 73-65 Florida Athens, Ga. W 77-70 1997-98 North Carolina Athens, Ga. L 80-82 1998-99 Georgia Tech Atlanta, Ga. L 79-84 Fresno State Atlanta, Ga. L 82-86 Kentucky Athens, Ga. L 83-91 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. L 66-70 1999-00 Furman Greenville, S.C. W 86-82 2000-01 Auburn Athens, Ga. W 85-80 Tennessee (2) Athens, Ga. W 77-75 2001-02 South Carolina Athens, Ga. W 82-75 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. L 63-71 2002-03 California Anaheim, Calif. W 78-73 Tennessee Athens W 81-76 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. W 60-55 2003-04 Gonzaga Spokane, Wash. L 76-82 Georgia Tech (2) Athens W 83-80 2004-05 Oregon State Atlanta W 76-74 Wofford Athens W 93-89 2005-06 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. W 64-61 2006-07 Kentucky Athens W 78-69 2007-08 Ole Miss Atlanta, Ga. W 97-95 Kentucky Atlanta, Ga. W 60-56 2008-09 Wofford Athens W 74-73 Texas A&M-CC Athens L 79-80 Number in parentheses indicates multiple overtime periods.

Overall Record ...................................... 43-61 (.413) Home.................................................... 19-26 (.419) Away ......................................................16-25 (.390) Neutral .....................................................8-10 (.444) Multiple Overtimes ............................... 5-11 (.313) 2009-10 Media Guide


Miscellaneous Landmarks

Largest Victory Margins 120 88 80 80 72 69 67 67 66 65 65

1917-18 1908-09 1912-13 1912-13 1916-17 1908-09 1915-16 1990-91 1915-16 1917-18 1926-27

88 80 72 69 67 65 64 62 60 60 59

1908-09 1912-13 1916-17 1908-09 1915-16 1917-18 1913-14 1912-13 1978-79 1979-80 1990-91

60 60 59 57

Overall

S.E. Christian (A) 122-2 Davidson (H) 100-12 Auburn (H) 92-12 Auburn (A) 92-12 Auburn (H) 90-18 Georgia Tech (H) 78-9 Auburn (H) 81-14 Mercer (A) 117-50 Rome Athletic Club (A) 75-9 Mercer (H) 74-9 Ft. McPherson (A) 80-15

Home

Davidson Auburn Auburn Georgia Tech Auburn Mercer Auburn Clemson Baptist College Whittier Western Kentucky

Stegeman Coliseum

48 47 46 45

1978-79 1979-80 1990-91 1993-94 1997-98 1990-91 1987-88 1995-96 1993-94 1967-68 1981-82 2006-07

Baptist College Whittier Western Kentucky Bethune-Cookman Charleston Southern Ole Miss Baptist College Central Florida Winthrop Arkansas A&M Carson Newman South Carolina State

120 80 67 66 65 59 58 58 56 45 44

1917-18 1912-13 1990-91 1915-16 1926-27 1912-13 1915-16 1915-16 1908-09 1990-91 1995-96

S.E. Christian Auburn Mercer Rome Athletic Club Ft. McPherson Georgia Tech Savannah Ath. Club Savannah Ath. Club Georgia Tech Richmond Georgia Southern

55 49

Largest Defeat Margins

Away

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Overall

77 55 53 51 51 47 47 46 41 40 40

1955-56 1948-49 1958-59 1951-52 1953-54 1950-51 1953-54 1954-55 1946-47 1951-52 1955-56

Kentucky (@Louisville) Kentucky (A) Kentucky (A) Ole Miss(A) Kentucky (A) Kentucky (A) LSU (A) Kentucky (A) Kentucky (A) Kentucky (@Louisville) Ole Miss (A)

100-12 92-12 90-18 78-9 81-14 74-9 80-16 77-15 122-62 122-62 124-65

39 37 36 36 35 32 32 30 29 29

1946-47 1947-48 1961-62 1974-75 1942-43 1942-43 1943-44 1948-49 1910-11 1942-43

122-62 122-62 124-65 115-58 116-59 117-62 105-56 103-54 103-55 138-91 113-67 105-60

36 25 24 24 24 23 22 22 21 21 21 20

1974-75 1976-77 1976-77 1975-76 1985-86 1994-95 1993-94 1966-67 1970-71 1976-77 1996-97 2003-04

Tennessee Florida Auburn Auburn Georgia Tech Kentucky Florida Mississippi State Auburn Georgia Tech Kentucky Winthrop

122-2 92-12 117-50 75-9 80-15 71-12 67-9 69-11 69-13 90-45 88-44

77 55 53 51 51 47 47 46 41 40 40

1955-56 1948-49 1958-59 1951-52 1953-54 1950-51 1953-54 1954-55 1946-47 1951-52 1955-56

Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Ole Miss Kentucky Kentucky LSU Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Ole Miss

Home

Kentucky Kentucky Auburn Tennessee Vanderbilt Kentucky ASTP Tulane Columbus YMCA Kentucky

Stegeman Coliseum

Away

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66-143 40-95 55-108 52-103 55-106 41-88 53-100 40-86 40-81 55-95 65-105

Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records Records History Media Info

45-86 51-88 47-83 69-105 31-66 28-60 39-71 62-92 11-40 30-59

69-105 76-101 71-95 70-94 65-89 74-97 78-100 71-93 58-79 43-64 65-86 60-80 66-143 40-95 55-108 52-103 55-106 41-88 53-100 40-86 40-81 55-95 65-105

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6 2005-06

Bob Healey

1947-50

1 Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records Records

Brian Watts Julian Williams Kendrick Johnson Jeremy Jacob tRavis leslie

2

History Media Info

2001-02 2004-05 2006 2007-08 PResent

Louis Christo Mike Dean Sundiata Gaines DeMaRio MayfielD

1949-50 2002-03 2004-08 PResent

7 Dick Thomas

Lonnie O’Quinn Zippy Morocco

1950-51 1952-54 1979-82 1996-97 1999-00 2000-04 2005-06 PResent

4 Marvin Satterfield Bill Penland Jack Turner Gerald Crosby Ty Wilson G.G. Smith Larry Brown Sean Faulkner Anthony Evans Scott Prah chRis BaRnes

1952-54 1949-50 1951-52 1982-85 1992-95 1995-96 1996-98 1998-99 2000-01 2003-04 PResent

5 E.L. Rainey Kermith Hall Steve Jones Ezra Williams Buzz Wehunt Zac Swansey eBuka anyaoRah

1947-49 1951-53 1993-96 2001-03 2004-05 2008-09 PResent

1949-50 1950-51

9 Minton Williams

1949-51

10 Sonny Dykes Ray Allen Don Keiser (R) Allan Johnson (H) Lee Martin Nick Gimpel Steve Zilko Vern Fleming Eric DeYoung Scott Hamilton Jay McAuley Ricky McPhee

1951-52 1956-58 1958-60 1960-62 1964-66 1968-70 1971-73 1981-84 1997-99 2000-01 2003-06 PResent

11 Bob Schloss Zippy Morocco Allen Parrish Don Hartsfield Dick McIntosh Litterial Green Pertha Robinson Adrian Jones Mike Brittain vincent WilliaMs

1948-51 1951-53 1952-55 1956-57 1966-68 1989-92 1993-96 1996-2001 2001-02 PResent

12 Earl Davis Morris Dinwiddie Barry Cohen Dennis Williams

1948-51 1955-56 1970-71 1984-87

NOTE: The letters “R” and “H” in parentheses represent a player’s home and road jersey numbers.

G.G. Smith (left) and Larry Brown were two of many Bulldogs who changed their jersey numbers during their careers.

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1988-91 1993-96 1996-99 1999-00 2002-04 2004-05 PResent

13

8

3 Charles Bryant Louis McGee Eric Marbury David Taylor Moses White Rashad Wright Kevin Brophy Dustin WaRe

1948-50

Jody Patton Brian Peterson G.G. Smith Jay Crowell Damien Wilkins Blake Davenport Matt Bucklin

Joe Jordan Gordon Darrah (R) Tim Bassett Bryan Drafts Joe Childers Katu Davis Badi Oliver Mike Bucklin

1948-51 1959-61 1972-73 1974-76 1978-80 1995-96 1996-2000 2003-04

14 Sonny Dykes John Marshall Bill Shain Henry Cabaniss Pat Casey (R) Dwayne Powell Jerry Epling Gary Adler Mark Slonaker Pat Hamilton Jamil Hardwick Ryan Pevey Levi Stukes

1949-50 1951-52 1952-53 1956-58 1959-61 1964-67 1968-70 1972-73 1976-79 1986-89 1999-2000 2000-02 2004-07

15 Walter Daniels Devin Baker Mike Patrick Steve Newman

1976-79 1996-97 2000-02 2004-07

16 Ryle Tatum George Bell

1949-50 1954-56

17 Jim Umbricht

1950-52

18 Johnny Carson Virgil Mills

1951-53 1955-57

20 W.C. Jones Peter Marsh (R) Jimmy Pitts Tom Brennan Dave Lucey John Wimberly

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1954-56 1959-60 1963-65 1969-71 1974-76 1978-79


Derrick Floyd Melvin Howard Jumaine Jones Troy Brewer

1980-83 1984-85 1998-99 2008-09

21 Sonny Poss Tony Flanagan Dominique Wilkins Toney Mack

1957-59 1975-78 1980-82 1986-88

22 John Johnson (R) Billy Rado Frank Harscher Lanny Taylor Horace McMillan Rod Cole Bernard Davis Phenizee Ransom Terrence Edwards P.J. Bullock Travis Leslie GeRalD RoBinson, JR.

1959-62 1963-64 1966-67 1969-71 1983-86 1988-91 1991-94 1996-98 1998-99 2005-06 2009 PResent

23 Bill Ensley Ray Harrison Fred Gibson Corey Butler

1954-57 1996-99 2002-03 2006-09

24 Bill Ensley John Barnard (R) Don Keiser (H) Herb White John Fraley Chad Kessler Reggie Tinch Michael Chadwick Jarvis Hayes

1957-58 1959-60 1959-61 1968-70 1972-73 1984-87 1991-92 1996-99 2001-03

25 Harold Krafchik Allan Johnson (R) James Banks Carlos Strong Nick Temen Daniel Szymanek Channing Toney Ebuka Anyaorah tyleR Whatley

30 1957-59 1959-61 1983-86 2004-05 2006-09

31 Lamar Potts Don Hartsfield

Charles Bagby Tom Duggins Mark Shufelt Charlie Dorsey Richard Corhen Kris Nordholz Billy Humphrey

1961-62 1965-67 1968-69 1975-77 1982-85 1993-96 2005-08

32 Fred Edmondson Charles Bagby Ray Jeffords Charlie Anderson Lamar Heard Joe Ward Larry Brown Lorenzo Hall D.A. Layne Alex Evans

1957-59 1963-64 1965-68 1972-74 1980-83 1984-86 1995-96 1996-98 1999-2001 2004-05

33 Cort Nagle Billy Magarity Lavon Mercer Alec Kessler Charles Claxton Derrick Dukes Shawn Fields Jonas Hayes Matt Womack Mike Mercer tRey thoMPkins

1968-70 1973-75 1977-80 1987-90 1992-95 1996-98 1998-2000 2001-04 2004-05 2005-07 PResent

Gordon Darrah (H) Chuck Adamek Mike Bracewell Chip Vaughan Lucius Foster Jon Nordin Marcus Sikes Takais Brown

1959-61 1997-2001 2003 2004-05 PResent

1952-55 1957-58 Georgia Basketball

Terry Fair Cedric Henderson Neville Austin

1980-83 1984-85 1988-91

40 Jim Youngblood Barry Cohen Ronnie Hogue Willie Anderson Shandon Anderson Richard Wehunt Sam Greavu

1966-68 1969-70 1971-73 1985-88 1993-96 2002-03 2005-06

41 Rick Mill Tom Superka Gino Gianfrancesco DRazen zlovaRic

1959-61 1961-63 1966-68 1972-74 1976-79 1996-99 2003-04 2006-07

Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records Records

43 Lucius Foster

History Media Info

1978-79

44 John Barnard (H) Carlton Gill Jerry Waller Dick Toth Jacky Dorsey Jimmy Daughtry David Dunn Marshall Wilson Terrell Bell Ryan Lewis Quentin Moses Dave Bliss

1959-60 1962-63 1964-66 1971-73 1975-76 1978-80 1985-87 1989-91 1993-96 1999-00 2002-03 cuRRent

45 Steve Waxman Rashaad Singleton

1973-75 2005-08

50

34 Ken Taylor Robb Dryden Wayne Arnold Corey Gibbs alBeRt Jackson

42

Phillip Simpson Carl Ackermann Don Wix Randy Mateling Chris Daniels JeReMy PRice

35 1957-58 1960-62 1981-84 1993-96 1999-00 2002-03 2005-06 2009 PResent

Bob Chaney Pat Casey (H) Donald Hartry Tommy Wainscott Terrance Woodbury

All-Time Jersey Numbers

1964-65 1968-70 1971-73 PResent

1959-61 1963-65 1965-66 1970-72 2000-04 PResent

51 Shon Coleman

1999-2001

53 Peter Marsh (H) Mack Crenshaw Don Wix Cauthen Westbrook Ken Boatwright

1959-60 1963-65 1967-68 1969-71 1975-76

54 John Johnson (H) Mike Taylor Bob Lienhard Joey Waldrop

1959-61 1963-66 1968-70 2004-05

55 Steve Thomas

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Year 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 TOTALS

Games 4 13 13 12 13 13 12 13 14 13 13 13 15 14 13 14 15 12 10 13 10 14 11 12 13 11 12 13 12 13 13 13 13 14 15 14 13 12 13 13 16 16 14 18 16 18 604

Average Record Attendance 3-1 6,250 7-6 6,608 8-5 6,178 6-6 5,126 11-2 7,560 8-5 6,579 8-4 6,851 3-10 4,121 12-2 5,600 6-7 5,219 4-9 5,163 4-9 5,458 10-5 5,317 6-8 4,705 6-7 4,808 10-4 6,407 12-3 7,740 9-3 7,878 7-3 8,670 11-2 6,692 7-3 6,429 12-2 7,223 8-3 6,630 10-2 6,207 10-3 7,470 5-6 6,441 12-0 7,376 8-5 8,822 9-3 6,060 10-3 5,958 8-5 6,150 10-3 6,771 12-1 8,056 12-2 7,517 11-4 7,559 10-4 6,674 7-6 6,777 8-4 8,026 11-2 9,064 12-1 9,857 13-3 8,619 7-9 6,189 9-5 7,115 14-4 7,336 11-5 7,823 10-8 6,678 407-197 (.674)

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LARGEST CROWDS TO SEE GEORGIA BASKETBALL 1. 39,940 vs. Texas, Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis, Ind. Lost, 100-88 (3/16/90) 2. 28,885 vs. UCLA, Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga. Lost, 68-63 (12/19/92) 3. 28,169 vs. Kansas, Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga. Lost, 89-79 (12/18/93) 4. 27,842 vs. Brigham Young, Ga. Dome, Atlanta, Ga. Won, 84-65 (12/21/96) 5. 24,556 vs. Miss. State, Superdome, New Orleans, La. Lost, 86-68 (3/9/96) 6. 24,206 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 86-73 (2/14/96) 7. 24,272 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 85-74 (2/22/98) 8. 24,197 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 82-57 (2/1/97) 9. 24,111 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 80-59 (2/27/94) 10. 24,108 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 70-82 (2/28/07) 11. 24,075 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 96-84 (2/3/91) 12. 23,982 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 88-77 (2/3/90) 13. 23,958 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 78-66 (1/7/92) 14. 23,897 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 60-51 (2/12/05) 15. 23,858 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 86-70 (2/20/93) 15. 23,776 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 64-40 (1/28/84) Georgia’s only undefeated home season of 1990 included a dramatic, come-from-behind win over 12th-rated LSU.

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1953 1969 1970 1981 1982

All-Americans

Zippy Morocco, G (Helms) Bob Lienhard, C (Helms) Bob Lienhard, C (Helms) Dominique Wilkins, 2nd Team (Sporting News) Dominique Wilkins, 2nd Team (consensus)

1983 1984 1985 1990

Vern Fleming James Banks (Playboy) Vern Fleming (Kodak) Cedric Henderson (AP All-Freshman) Alec Kessler (UPI)

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Dominique Wilkins

James Banks

Vern Fleming

All-Southeastern Conference 1949 Joe Jordan (AP 3rd team) Bob Healey (AP 3rd team) 1950 Bob Schloss (AP 2nd team) Bob Healey (AP 3rd team) 1951 Joe Jordan (AP 2nd team) Bob Schloss (AP 3rd team) 1953 Zippy Morocco (AP 1st team) 1955 Murphy McManus (AP 3rd team) 1960 Phil Simpson (AP 3rd team) 1961 Phil Simpson (AP 2nd team) 1962 Allan Johnson (Coaches 1st, AP 2nd teams) 1964 Jerry Waller (AP 2rd team) Jimmy Pitts (AP 3rd team) 1965 Jimmy Pitts (Coaches 2nd, UPI 2nd, AP 3rd teams) Jerry Waller (UPI 3rd team) 1966 Jerry Waller (UPI 3rd, AP Hon. Mention) Ray Jeffords (AP Hon. Mention) 1967 Jim Youngblood (UPI 3rd, AP Hon. Mention) Dick McIntosh (AP Hon. Mention) 1968 Bob Lienhard (AP 2nd, UPI 2nd, Coaches 2nd teams) Ray Jeffords (UPI 3rd, AP 2nd, Coaches 2nd teams) 1969 Bob Lienhard (UPI 1st, AP 2nd, Coaches 2nd teams) Jerry Epling (AP 2nd, UPI 2nd teams) 1970 Bob Lienhard (AP 1st, UPI 1st, Coaches 1st) Lanny Taylor (AP 2nd, Coaches 2nd, UPI 3rd teams) Jerry Epling (UPI 2nd team) 1972 Ronnie Hogue (Coaches 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 2nd teams)

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John Fraley (Coaches 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 3rd teams 1973 Tim Bassett (Coaches 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 2nd teams) 1975 Jacky Dorsey (AP 1st, Coaches 1st, UPI 2nd teams) 1976 Jacky Dorsey (AP 1st, UPI 1st, Coaches 1st teams) Walter Daniels (AP 3rd teams) 1978 Walter Daniels (AP 2nd team) 1979 Walter Daniels (Coaches 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 2nd teams) Lavon Mercer (AP 3rd team) 1980 Lavon Mercer (AP 3rd team) 1981 Dominique Wilkins (AP, UPI, Coaches, Players 1st) 1982 Dominique Wilkins (AP, UPI, Coaches, Players 1st) 1983 Vern Fleming (Coaches 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 3rd) Terry Fair (AP 3rd, UPI 3rd) 1984 Vern Fleming (AP, UPI, Coaches 1st teams) 1985 Cedric Henderson (Coaches 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 2nd) 1986 Joe Ward (Coaches 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 3rd) Donald Hartry (AP 3rd, UPI 3rd) 1987 Willie Anderson (AP 1st, Coaches 1st, UPI 2nd) 1988 WillieAnderson (Coaches’ 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 2nd)

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Dominique Wilkins, who helped put UGA basketball on the map in the early 1980s, became the first-ever inductee from UGA into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Sept. 8, 2006. Early in his Georgia career, the Washington, N.C., native was dubbed “The Human Highlight Film” for his high-flying acrobatics on the hardwood. In three seasons at Georgia — not even that long, when you consider that an injury shortened his freshman year to 16 games — Wilkins scored 1,688 points, fourth-best in school history. In 15 NBA seasons, he totaled a staggering 26,668 points, the eighth-highest figure in league history. In a ceremony on Feb. 8, 1991, Wilkins also became the only UGA letterman to have his jersey number (21) retired.

Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

All-Southeastern Conference (Cont’d.) 1989 1990

Alec Kessler (Coaches’ 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 2nd) Alec Kessler (Coaches’ 1st, AP 1st, UPI 1st) Litterial Green (Coaches’ 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 2nd) Rod Cole (AP 3rd team) 1991 Litterial Green (Coaches 1st, AP 1st, UPI 2nd) Rod Cole (All-SEC Defensive Team) 1992 Litterial Green (Coaches 1st team, AP 2nd team) Reggie Tinch (AP 3rd, All-SEC Defensive Team) 1993 Charles Claxton (Coaches’ 2nd team) 1995 Carlos Strong (AP 3rd team) Shandon Anderson (Coaches’ 3rd team) 1996 Katu Davis (Coaches, AP’ 3rd team) Shandon Anderson (AP 3rd team) 1997 Michael Chadwick (Coaches’ 2nd team, AP 3rd team) Ray Harrison (AP 3rd team) 1998 Jumaine Jones (AP Co-Freshman of the Year, Coaches & AP 3rd team) G.G. Smith (Coaches’ 3rd team) 1999 Jumaine Jones (AP & Coaches’ 1st team) D.A. Layne (SEC All-Freshman) Georgia Basketball

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Anthony Evans (AP 2nd team, Coaches’ 3rd team D.A. Layne (AP 2nd team) 2001 D.A. Layne (AP 1st team, Coaches’ 2nd team Anthony Evans (AP 3rd team) 2002 Jarvis Hayes (AP & Coaches’ 1st team, AP SEC Newcomer of the Year) Ezra Williams (AP 2nd team, Coaches’ 3rd team) 2003 Jarvis Hayes (AP & Coaches’ 1st team) Ezra Williams (AP 2nd team, Coaches’ 3rd team) 2004 Rashad Wright (AP, Coaches’ 2nd team, SEC Defensive Player of the Year) Levi Stukes (SEC All-Freshman team) 2006 Mike Mercer (SEC All-Freshman team) 2007 Sundiata Gaines (Coaches’ 2nd team) 2008 Sundiata Gaines (Coaches’ 2nd team, SEC AllDefensive Team) Jeremy Price (Coaches’ SEC All-Freshman Team) 2009 Trey Thompkins (Coaches’ SEC All-Freshman Team)

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Outlook Players Coaches

WILLIE ANDERSON

1984 Olympian Los Angeles Games

1988 Olympian - Seoul Games

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Vern Fleming, one of the finest Bulldog performers in history, made his mark at every level of competitive basketball. In 1984, he earned a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team and played a large role in its Gold Medal-winning effort. Many consider the ‘84 Americans as the finest amateur assemblage in the sport’s history. From 1984-95, Fleming was a standout player for the NBA’s Indiana Pacers.

Willie Anderson was a star performer of the 1987 and 1988 Bulldogs, leading the ’87 squad to an NCAA Tournament berth. In 1988, Anderson was selected to the U.S. Olympic Team and in the same year was the first-round draft pick of the San Antonio Spurs. He played seven years for the Spurs before doing stints with Toronto, New York and Miami.

JUMAINE JONES

1998 Goodwill Games New York

The 6-7 forward put an exclamation mark on his outstanding freshman season at Georgia by making the 12-man U.S. team for the Goodwill Games. Jones later started all five games for the Americans and averaged 7.4 points for the gold medal winners.

SEC All-Tournament Team 1936 Frank Johnson 1940 Alex McCaskill Dan Kirkland Joe Killian 1941 Roy Chatham 1942 Bobby Moore 1946 Eli Maricich 1950 Bob Healey

1981 1983 1988 1997 2008

Dom. Wilkins* Vern Fleming* Pat Hamilton Ray Harrison Sundiata Gaines* Terrance Woodbury *Tournament MVP

TREY THOMPKINS

2009 U19 World Championships Auckland, New Zealand Eighteen years had gone by since the American Under 19 team had won its last gold medal at this 2-week tournament. The rising Georgia sophomore played a key role in restoring the Yanks to the winner’s circle. Thompkins averaged 10.6 points -- second-best on the team -- and 5.1 rebounds per game. He also had the Americans’ highest single-game scoring effort when he poured in 22 in a 4th-round win over Greece. The U.S. team won all nine of its games by an average margin of over 22 points.

SEC Defensive Player of the Year* 2004 --- Rashad Wright

SEC “Good Works” Team 1999 - G.G. Smith 2000 - Badi Oliver 2001 - Anthony Evans 2002 - Chris Daniels 2003 - Jonas Hayes 2004 - Rashad Wright

2005 - Levi Stukes 2006 - Steve Newman 2007 - Dave Bliss 2008 - Terrance Woodbury 2009 - Albert Jackson

SEC / Chick-Fil-A “Legends” Team 1999 - Vern Fleming 2000 - Alec Kessler 2001 - Zippy Morocco 2002 - Dominique Wilkins 2003 - James Banks 2004 - Lavon Mercer

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Georgia Honor Roll Joe Jordan Memorial Award

Williams 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982

This award is given annually to an outstanding Georgia player who exemplifies the spirit and dedication of Joe Jordan, a four-year regular from 1948-51, who passed away six months after the end of his senior year. It is sponsored by Lambda Chi Alpha, of which Jordan was a member.

Outlook Players Coaches Opponents

Rashad Wright, g Ezra Williams, g Rashad Wright, g Chris Daniels, f Badi Oliver, f Michael Chadwick, f Larry Brown, f Ray Harrison, g; G.G. Smith, g Entire Basketball Team Charles Claxton, c Bernard Davis, g Arlando Bennett, c-f Shaun Golden, g Kendall Rhine, f Litterial Green, g Litterial Green, g Alec Kessler, f-c Alec Kessler, f-c Willie Anderson, g Willie Anderson, g Donald Hartry, g Cedric Henderson, c Vern Fleming, g Georgia Squad Dominique Wilkins, f

1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964 1963 1962 1961 1960 1959 1954 1953 1952

Dominique Wilkins, f Lavon Mercer, c Walter Daniels, g Walter Daniels, g David Reavis, f Jacky Dorsey, f Jacky Dorsey, g Charlie Anderson, f Tim Bassett, c Ronnie Hogue, g Cauthen Westbrook, f Herb White, f Bob Lienhard, c Ray Jeffords, f Frank Harscher, f Jerry Waller, c Jimmy Pitts, g Jimmy Pitts, g Billy Rado, g Allan Johnson, g Philip Simpson, f Philip Simpson, f Fred Edmondson, g Lamar Potts, f Zippy Morocco, g Jim Umbricht, c

Academic All-SEC 1962 Allan Johnson Carlton Gill 1964 Charles Bagby 1965 Jimmy Pitts Jerry Waller Mack Crenshaw Mike Taylor 1966 Dick McIntosh Frank Harscher Waymond Henry 1967 Jim Youngblood Frank Harscher Waymond Henry 1968 Jim Youngblood Dick McIntosh 1969 Cort Nagel Greg Main 1971 Barry Cohen 1973 Dick Toth David Lucey 1975 Greg Keith 1985 David Dunn Chad Kessler 1986 Chad Kessler 1987 Alec Kessler Chad Kessler 1988 Alec Kessler 1989 Alec Kessler 1990 Alec Kessler 1993 Kris Nordholz Kendall Rhine 1994 Kris Nordholz 1995 Kris Nordholz 1996 Kris Nordholz 1997 Jon Nordin 1998 Jon Nordin 1999 Jon Nordin,

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The late Alec Kessler, an All-America forward at Georgia in 1989-90, arguably rates among the top scholar-athletes in collegiate history. Kessler, a 3.91 student in Microbiology, was twice named the U.S. Basketball Writers Scholar-Athlete of the Year. For being so honored, Kessler was awarded a pair of $20,000 post-graduate scholarships. Kessler, who played four seasons for the NBA’s Miami Heat, in 1991 donated all $40,000 from these scholarships to the University of Georgia’s general scholarship fund.

SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year Dave Bliss 2000 2001 2002 2003

2004 2005

2006 2007 2008 2009

Michael Chadwick Sean Faulkner Sean Faulkner Mike Patrick Mike Patrick Mike Patrick Rashad Wright Ryan Pevey Brian Watts Richard Wehunt Mike Bucklin Jay McAuley Jay McAuley Steve Newman Joey Waldrop Julian Williams Jay McAuley Steve Newman Dave Bliss Dave Bliss Corey Butler Steve Newman Dave Bliss Corey Butler Ricky McPhee

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Academic All-Americans 1968 Jim Youngblood (2nd team) 1987 Chad Kessler (2nd team) 1988 Chad Kessler

Alec Kessler (1st team) *1989 Alec Kessler (1st team) *1990 Alec Kessler (1st team) *Academic All-American of the Year

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Joe Ward

D.A. Layne 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Sundiata Gaines, g Sundiata Gaines, g Levi Stukes, g Levi Stukes, g Rashad Wright, g Damien Wilkins, g 2003 Jarvis Hayes, f 2002 Jarvis Hayes, f

High Spirit Award

Tommy Wainscott 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

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Corey Butler, g Corey Butler, g Corey Butler, g Jay McAuley, g Tommy Wainscott, f Tommy Wainscott, f Daniel Szymanek, f Richard Wehunt, g Steve Thomas, f Jay Crowell, g Adrian Jones, g B. Oliver, A. Jones Badi Oliver, f Steve Jones, f Steve Jones, f Brian Peterson, g Steve Jones, g-f John Lilly, g-f Reggie Tinch, f Mike Harron, g Mike Harron, g Gary Usina, Mgr. Mike Harron, g Joe Ward, f Joe Ward, f Monroe Jones, g James Banks, f Wilmore Fowler, g Eddie Small, g Lamar Heard, f

2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

D.A. Layne, g D.A. Layne, g D.A. Layne, g Jumaine Jones, f Michael Chadwick, f Shandon Anderson, f-g Carlos Strong, f Shandon Anderson, g-f

Outstanding Rebounder 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969

Trey Thompkins, f Sundiata Gaines, g Sundiata Gaines, g Sundiata Gaines, g David Bliss, c Chris Daniels, f Steve Thomas, c Chris Daniels, f Anthony Evans, c Anthony Evans, c Jumaine Jones, f Jumaine Jones, f Mike Chadwick, f Carlos Strong, f Chas. Claxton, c Chas. Claxton, c Chas. Claxton, c Kendall Rhine, f Alec Kessler, f-c Alec Kessler, f-c Alec Kessler, f-c Chad Kessler, f David Dunn, c Ced. Henderson, c Richard Corhen f Terry Fair, f-c Lamar Heard, f Dom. Wilkins, f Terry Fair, f Lavon Mercer, c Jacky Dorsey, f Jacky Dorsey, f Billy Magarity, f Tim Bassett, c Tim Bassett, c Cauthen Westbrook, f Bob Lienhard, c Bob Lienhard, c

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Carlos Strong 1993 Charles Claxton, c Cleveland Jackson, f-g 1992 Litterial Green, g 1991 Litterial Green, g 1990 Alec Kessler, f-c 1989 Alec Kessler, f-c 1988 Willie Anderson, g 1987 Willie Anderson, g

1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Joe Ward, f Cedric Henderson, f Vern Fleming, g Vern Fleming, g Dom. Wilkins, f Dom. Wilkins, f Dom. Wilkins, f

Tommy Reeder Scholarship This scholarship is given in memory of Tommy Reeder, outstanding Georgia player in the late ’20s and early ’30s. Given by Mrs. Tommy Reeder, the scholarship goes to a player showing outstanding ability, leadership, scholarship, and character, the recipient being chosen by the Georgia coaching staff.

2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

Richard Wehunt, g Michael Patrick, f Michael Patrick, f Michael Patrick, f Jon Nordin, f/c Jon Nordin, f/c Jon Nordin, f; E. DeYoung, c Kris Nordholz, g Kris Nordholz, g Kris Nordholz, g Kris Nordholz, g Kris Nordholz, g Kendall Rhine, f Alec Kessler, f-c Alec Kessler, f-c Alec Kessler, f-c Alec Kessler, f-c Alec Kessler, f-c

Wehunt

1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969

Chad Kessler, f Chad Kessler, f Richard Corhen, f Lamar Heard, f Derrick Floyd, g Lavon Mercer, c Lavon Mercer, c Mike Thorne, f Gregg Ewaldsen, f Bryan Drafts, g-f Billy Magarity, f Charlie Anderson, f Dick Toth, f Ronnie Hogue, g C. Westbrook, f Jerry Epling, g Bob Lienhard, c

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Georgia Honor Roll Kevin Brophy Leadership Award

Outstanding Free Throw Shooter

Given annually to the player who shows the greatest leadership ability on the team.

Dave Bliss 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993

Corey Butler, g Dave Bliss, c Dave Bliss, c Jay McAuley, g Dave Bliss, c Rashad Wright, g Rashad Wright, g Ryan Pevey, f Anthony Evans, c Adrian Jones, g G.G. Smith, g G.G. Smith, g Pertha Robinson, g Pertha Robinson, g Cleveland Jackson, f-g Arlando Bennett, c-f

1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969

Reggie Tinch, f Rod Cole, g Rod Cole, g Rod Cole, g Milt Blakley, g Chad Kessler, f Donald Hartry, g Gerald Crosby, g James Banks, f Lamar Heard, f Eric Marbury, g Lamar Heard, f Jimmy Daughtry, g Walter Daniels, g Mark Slonaker, g Walter Daniels, g Tony Flanagan, g Walter Daniels, g Billy Magarity, f Charlie Anderson, f Tim Bassett, c Dick Toth, f Tom Brennan, f Nick Gimpel, g Nick Gimpel, g

Outstanding Defensive Player

Daniels 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

Corey Butler, g Dave Bliss, c Levi Stukes, g Sundiata Gaines, g Levi Stukes, g & Dave Bliss, c Rashad Wright, g Rashad Wright, g Chris Daniels, f Adrian Jones, g Adrian Jones, g Michael Chadwick, f Michael Chadwick, f

1997 Ray Harrison, g 1996 Katu Davis, g 1995 Shandon Anderson, f-g 1994 Shandon Anderson, f-g 1993 Shandon Anderson, f-g 1992 Reggie Tinch, f 1991 Rod Cole, g; Reggie Tinch, f 1990 Rod Cole, g 1989 Patrick Hamilton, g 1988 Patrick Hamilton, g 1987 Dennis Williams, g 1986 Horace McMillan, f 1985 Richard Corhen, f 1984 Gerald Crosby, g 1983 Terry Fair, c 1982 James Banks, f 1981 Terry Fair, f-c 1980 Terry Fair, f 1979 Walter Daniels, g 1978 Lavon Mercer, c 1977 Jimmy Daughtry, g 1976 Bryan Drafts, g 1975 Charlie Dorsey, f 1974 Bryan Drafts, g 1973 Ronnie Hogue, g 1972 Dick Toth, f 1971 Barry Cohen, g 1970 Cauthen Westbrook, f 1969 Cauthen Westbrook, f

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Jones

Terrance Woodbury, g 1993 Billy Humphrey, g 1991

Ty Wilson, g

Outlook

2008

Marshall Wilson, f

Players

2007

Billy Humphrey, g

1990

Rod Cole, g

Coaches

2006

Channing Toney, g

1989

Litterial Green, g

Opponents

2005

Channing Toney, g

1988

Alec Kessler, f-c

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Damien Wilkins, f

1987

Willie Anderson, g

2003

Jarvis Hayes, f

1986

H. McMillan, f

2002

Rashad Wright, g

1985

Donald Hartry, g

2001

D.A. Layne, g

1984

Joe Ward, f

2000

D.A. Layne, g

1983

Derrick Floyd, g

1999

Ray Harrison, g

1982

Eric Marbury, g

1998

Jumaine Jones, f

1981

Dom. Wilkins, f

1997

Ray Harrison, g

1980

Dom. Wilkins, f

1996

Katu Davis, g

1977

Curtis Jackson, f

1995

Katu Davis, g

1976

Lucius Foster, f

1994

Steve Jones, f-g

1975

Bryan Drafts, g

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More Team Awards ACADEMICS AWARD 2009 Matt Bucklin 2008 Dave Bliss “JUNKYARD DAWG” AWARD (Outstanding Performance in Weight Room) 2009 Ricky McPhee 2008 Dave Bliss BEST FIELD GOAL PCT. 2009 Chris Barnes 2008 Dave Bliss 2007 Takais Brown 2006 Dave Bliss 2005 Dave Bliss 2004 Jonas Hayes 2003 Chris Daniels 2002 Jonas Hayes 2001 Shon Coleman 2000 Anthony Evans 1999 Jon Nordin 1998 Lorenzo Hall 1997 Larry Brown, Devin Baker 1996 Shandon Anderson INDIVIDUAL WORKOUT AWARD 2009 Ricky McPhee 2008 Terrance Woodbury 2007 Terrance Woodbury 2006 Channing Toney 2005 Alex Evans 2004 Damien Wilkins 2003 Damien Wilkins 2002 Damien Wilkins 2001 Ezra Williams 2000 Robb Dryden 1998 D. Dukes, E. DeYoung 1997 Ray Harrison, G.G. Smith, Adrian Jones, Eric DeYoung 1996 Ray Harrison, G.G. Smith HEART & HUSTLE AWARD 2009 Corey Butler 2008 Dave Bliss 2007 Dave Bliss 2006 Dave Bliss 2005 Jay McAuley 2004 Chris Daniels 2003 Damien Wilkins 2002 Jarvis Hayes 2001 Rashad Wright 2000 Shon Coleman 1999 Sean Faulkner 1998 Phenizee Ransom

1997 Michael Chadwick 1996 Brian Peterson MOST IMPROVED PLAYER 2009 Chris Barnes 2008 Albert Jackson 2007 Corey Butler 2006 Younes Idrissi 2005 Matt Womack 2004 Jonas Hayes 2003 Jonas Hayes 2002 Rashad Wright 2001 Robb Dryden 2000 Michael Patrick 1998 Robb Dryden 1997 Eric DeYoung 1996 Terrell Bell MOST BLOCKED SHOTS 2008 Dave Bliss 2007 Rashaad Singleton 2006 Younes Idrissi 2005 Dave Bliss 2004 Chris Daniels 2003 Chris Daniels 2002 Chris Daniels 2001 Shon Coleman 2000 Shon Coleman 1999 Jumaine Jones 1998 B. Oliver, J. Jones 1997 Lorenzo Hall 1996 Terrell Bell PLAYMAKER OF THE YEAR 2009 Dustin Ware 2008 Sundiata Gaines 2007 Sundiata Gaines 2006 Sundiata Gaines 2005 Sundiata Gaines “TAKE CHARGE” AWARD 2009 Corey Butler 2008 Corey Butler 2007 Levi Stukes 2006 Levi Stukes 2005 Levi Stukes 2004 Chris Daniels 2003 Steve Thomas 2002 Steve Thomas 2001 Adrian Jones 2000 Moses White 1999 Ray Harrison 1998 Ray Harrison 1997 Ray Harrison

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Bulldogs in the Pros Former Bulldog Shandon Anderson finished his 10-year NBA career by winning a world championship with the Miami Heat in 2006.

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UGA alum Jarvis Hayes, an NBA All-Rookie selection for the Washington Wizards in 2004, completed the 2009 season for the New Jersey Nets.

Georgia’s NBA Draft History Player Year Drafted .................................. Round Drafted/Team • Bob Healey 1950............................................................................... Drafted by Syracuse • Bob Schloss 1951...........................................................................Drafted by Philadelphia • Zippy Morocco 1953........................................................................... Drafted by Minneapolis • Jimmy Pitts 1965................................................... Drafted in 15th Round by Philadelphia • Bob Lienhard 1970............................................................Drafted in 4th Round by Phoenix • Herb White* 1970..............................................................Drafted in 8th Round by Atlanta • Tim Bassett* 1973..............................................................Drafted in 7th Round by Buffalo • Ronnie Hogue 1973..............................................................Drafted in 7th Round by Capital • Jacky Dorsey* 1976................................................... Drafted in 2nd Round by New Orleans • David Reavis 1977...................................................... Drafted in 4th Round by Washington • Walter Daniels 1979..................................................... Drafted in 3rd Round by L.A. Lakers • Lavon Mercer 1980..................................................... Drafted in 3rd Round by San Antonio • Dominique Wilkins* 1982................................................................. Drafted in 1st Round by Utah • Terry Fair 1983............................................................. Drafted in 4th Round by Indiana • Lamar Heard 1983................................................... Drafted in 10th Round by San Antonio • Vern Fleming* 1984............................................................. Drafted in 1st Round by Indiana • James Banks 1984......................................................................3rd Round by Philadelphia

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• Gerald Crosby 1985.................................................................... 4th Round by Golden State • Joe Ward 1986........................................................................... 2nd Round by Phoenix • Cedric Henderson* 1986............................................................................. 2nd Round by Atlanta • Dennis Williams 1987...................................................................... 5th Round by San Antonio • Chad Kessler 1987.....................................................................5th Round by L.A. Clippers • Willie Anderson* 1988...................................................................... 1st Round by San Antonio • Toney Mack 1989.....................................................................2nd Round by Philadelphia • Alec Kessler* 1990......................................................................... 1st Round by Houston% • Litterial Green* 1992..............................................................................2nd Round by Chicago • Charles Claxton 1994............................................................................. 2nd Round by Phoenix • Terrell Bell 1996............................................................................. 2nd Round by Houston • Shandon Anderson* 1996................................................................................... 2nd Round by Utah • Jumaine Jones* 1999............................................................................... 1st Round by Atlanta# • Jarvis Hayes* 2003......................................................................... 1st Round by Washington • Rashad Wright 2004............................................................................... 2nd Round by Indiana *Eventually Played in NBA %Traded to Miami #Traded to Philadelphia Does not include Damien Wilkins, who made the Seattle Supersonics in 2004 as an undrafted free agent.

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ANDERSON, Shandon Rodriguez — Lettered at UGA 1993-96...Utah, Houston, New York, Miami of NBA Outlook Players Coaches Opponents 2009 Review Records History Media Info

Season-Team 96-97 - Utah 97-98 - Utah 98-99 - Utah 99-00 - Houston 00-01 - Houston 01-02 - New York 02-03- New York 03-04 - New York 04-05 - N.Y/Miami 05-06 - Miami Reg. Season Totals Playoff Totals 96-97 - Utah 97-98 - Utah 98-99 - Utah 03-04 - New York 04-05 - Miami 05-06 - Miami Playoff Totals

G 65 82 50 82 82 82 82 80 66 48 719 G 18 20 11 4 8 13 74

MIN 1066 1602 1072 2700 2396 1596 1731 1974 1171 640 15,951 MIN 296 378 297 117 97 90 1275

FG-FGA 147-318 269-500 162-363 368-778 263-590 149-373 248-537 238-564 98-217 54-126 1996-4366 FG-FGA 29-66 53-103 37-77 7-27 3-12 4-13 133-298

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .462 24-47 .511 .538 7-32 .219 .446 14-41 .341 .473 79-225 .351 .446 46-170 .271 .399 39-141 .277 .462 52-140 .371 .422 36-128 .281 .452 5-29 .172 .429 5-19 .263 .457 307-972 .316 Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .439 5-12 .417 .515 3-11 .273 .481 6-14 .429 .259 2-7 .286 .250 0-1 .000 .308 1-3 .333 .453 17-48 .356

FT-FTA Pct. 68-99 .687 136-185 .735 89-125 .712 194-253 .767 138-188 .734 74-107 .692 139-190 .732 123-161 .764 54-66 .818 13-18 .722 1028-1392 .739 FT-FTA Pct. 20-28 .714 25-37 .676 24-34 .706 1-2 .500 2-2 1.000 4-6 .667 76-109 .699

Reb.-Avg. 179-2.8 227-2.8 132-2.7 384-4.7 333-4.1 249-3.0 254-3.1 222-2.8 191-2.9 81-1.7 2252-3.1 Reb.-Avg. 48-2.7 64-3.2 41-3.7 9-2.3 18-2.4 12-0.9 192-3.0

AST STL BL PF-DQ Pts.-Avg. 49 27 8 113-0 386-5.9 89 66 18 117-0 681-8.3 56 39 10 82-0 427-8.5 239 96 32 182-5 1009-12.3 189 82 40 202-7 710-8.7 76 48 15 134-2 411-5.0 87 73 20 177-2 687-8.4 122 68 17 182-1 635-7.9 70 40 14 138-0 255-3.9 17 6 24 75-0 126-2.6 556 180 959 1437-17 5327-7.4 AST STL BL PF-DQ Pts.-Avg. 13 11 1 28-0 83-4.6 20 5 1 19-0 134-6.7 13 6 3 12-0 104-9.5 11 4 1 19-0 17-4.3 8 5 0 10-0 8-1.0 4 0 1 8-0 13-1.0 68 31 7 129-0 359-5.7

ANDERSON, Willie Lloyd— Lettered at UGA 1985-88...San Antonio, Toronto, New York, Miami of NBA Season-Team 88-89 - San Antonio 89-90 - San Antonio 90-91 - San Antonio 91-92 - San Antonio 92-93 - San Antonio 93-94 - San Antonio 94-95 - San Antonio 95-96 - Tor./N.Y. 96-97 - Miami Reg. Season Totals Playoff Totals 89-90 - San Antonio 90-91 - San Antonio 92-93 - San Antonio 93-94 - San Antonio 94-95 - San Antonio 95-96 - New York 96-97 - Miami Playoff Totals

G 81 82 75 57 38 80 38 76 28 555 G 10 4 10 4 11 4 9 52

MIN 2738 2788 2592 1889 560 2488 558 2060 303 15974 MIN 375 159 219 106 97 64 120 1140

FG-FGA 640-1285 532-1082 459-991 312-685 80-186 394-837 76-162 288-660 29-64 2804-5952 FG-FGA 87-168 33-68 37-82 14-37 9-20 7-22 11-30 198-427

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .498 4-21 .190 .492 7-26 .269 .457 7-35 .200 .456 13-58 .232 .430 1-8 .125 .471 22-68 .324 .469 3-19 .158 .436 34-120 .283 .453 8-19 .421 .471 99-372 .266 Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .518 2-5 .400 .485 2-10 .200 .451 6-11 .545 .378 1-1 1.000 .450 0-1 .000 .318 1-6 .167 .367 2-8 .250 .464 14-42 .333

FT-FTA 224-289 217-290 170-213 107-138 22-28 145-171 30-41 132-163 17-20 1064-1353 FT-FTA 29-36 8-13 15-17 4-7 2-3 6-7 9-10 73-93

Pct. .775 .748 .798 .775 .786 .848 .732 .810 .850 .786 Pct. .806 .615 .882 .571 .667 .857 .900 .785

Reb.-Avg. 417-5.1 372-4.5 351-4.7 300-5.3 57-1.5 242-3.0 55-1.4 246-3.2 422082 Reb.-Avg. 54-5.4 19-4.8 23-2.3 8-2.0 12-1.1 9-2.3 17-1.9 142

AST 372 364 358 302 79 347 52 197 34 2105 AST 52 19 28 12 10 1 5 127

STL BL PF-DQ 150 62 295-8 111 58 252-3 79 46 226-4 54 51 151-2 14 6 52-0 71 48 187-1 26 10 71-1 75 59 230-5 14 4 36-0 594 342 1500-24 STL BL PF-DQ 9 4 40-2 5 2 16-0 9 2 23-0 5 2 7-0 5 0 12-0 4 0 10-0 4 2 20-0 42 12 128-2

Pts.-Avg. 1508-18.6 1288-15.7 1083-14.4 744-13.1 183-4.8 955-11.9 185-4.9 742-9.8 83-3.0 6771-12.2 Pts.-Avg. 205-20.5 76-19.0 95-9.5 33-6.3 20-1.8 21-5.3 33-3.7 483-9.3

BASSETT, Eugene Timothy (Tim) — Lettered at UGA 1972, 1973...San Diego, N.Y. of ABA; NY/NJ Nets of NBA Season-Team G 73-74 - San Diego (ABA) 82 74-75 - San Diego (ABA) 72 75-76 - New York (ABA) 84 76-77 - NY Nets 76 77-78 - New Jersey 65 78-79 - New Jersey 82 79-80 - NJ/SA 12 Reg. NBA Totals 235 Reg. ABA Totals 238 NBA Playoff Totals 5 ABA Playoff Totals 19

MIN 1854 1998 1790 2442 1474 1508 164 5585 5642 36 556

FG-FGA 233-499 244-518 173-396 293-738 149-354 116-313 12-34 570-1470 650-1413 3-7 77-158

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .467 0-4 .000 .471 3-4 .750 .437 1-6 .167 .397 — — .388 — — .371 — — .359 — — .388 — — .450 4-14 .266 .429 — — .487 0-1 .000

FT-FTA 89-167 82-146 58-98 101-177 50-97 89-131 10-15 250-420 239-411 2-2 16-23

Pct. .593 .562 .592 .571 .515 .679 .667 .595 .582 1.000 .696

Reb.-Avg. 595-7.3 526-7.3 531-6.3 641-8.4 404-6.2 418-5.1 33-2.8 1496-6.4 1552-6.5 3-0.7 162-8.5

AST ST 109 57 117 45 65 47 109 95 63 62 99 44 14 8 285 209 291 149 0 0 29 9

BL PF-DQ 35 185-0 36 159-0 41 247-0 53 246-10 33 181-5 29 219-1 0 27-0 115 673-16 112 591-0 0 11-0 14 64-0

Pts-Avg. 565-6.9 573-8.0 405-4.8 687-9.0 348-5.4 321-3.9 34-2.8 1390-5.9 1543-6.5 8-1.6 170-8.9

DORSEY, Jacky — Lettered at UGA 1975, 1976...Denver, Portland, Houston, Seattle of NBA Season-Team 77-78 - Den./Port. 78-79 - Houston 80-81 - Seattle Reg. Season Totals Playoff Totals

G 11 20 29 50 1

MIN 88 108 253 449 1

FG-FGA 12-31 24-43 20-70 56-144 0-0

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .387 — — .558 — — .286 0-0 .000 .389 0-0 .000 .000 — —

FT-FTA 10-16 8-16 13-25 31-57 0-0

Pct. .625 .500 .520 .544 .000

Reb.-Avg. 30-2.7 23-1.2 88-3.0 141-2.8 0-0.0

AST 5 2 9 16 0

ST 2 1 9 12 0

BL 3 2 1 6 0

PF-DQ 17-0 25-0 47-0 88-0 0-0

Pts.-Avg. 34-3.1 56-2.8 53-1.8 143-2.4 0-0.0

ST 23 6 16 4 0 49

BL 4 1 1 0 0 6

PF-DQ 70-0 16-0 27-0 11-0 0-0 124-0

Pts.-Avg. 235-4.5 73-2.5 90-2.0 25-1.2 0-0.0 423-2.9

GREEN, Litterial — Lettered at UGA 1989-92...Orlando, Detroit of NBA Season, Team 92-93 - Orlando 93-94 - Orlando 96-97 - Detroit 97-98 - Milwaukee 98-99 - Cleveland Reg. Season Totals

158

G-GS 52-4 29-0 45-0 21-0 1-0 148-4

MIN 626 126 311 124 2 1189

FG-FGA 87-198 22-57 30-64 5-23 0-1 144-343

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Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .439 1-10 .100 .386 1-4 .250 .469 0-10 .000 .217 0-2 .000 .000 0-0 .000 .420 2-26 .077

FT-FTA 60-96 28-37 30-47 15-20 0-0 133-200

Pct. .625 .757 .638 .750 .000 .665

Reb.-Avg. 34-0.7 12-0.4 22-0.5 7-0.3 0-0.0 75-0.5

AST 116 9 41 16 0 182

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Career NBA Stats of Georgia Players FLEMING, Vern — Lettered at UGA 1981-84...Indiana of NBA Season, Team G-GS 84-85 - Indiana 80-65 85-86 - Indiana 80-77 86-87 - Indiana 82-82 87-88 - Indiana 80-80 88-89 - Indiana 76-69 89-90 - Indiana 82-82 90-91 - Indiana 69-45 91-92 - Indiana 82-6 92-93 - Indiana 75-8 93-94 - Indiana 55-5 94-95 - Indiana 55-4 Reg. Season Totals 816 Playoff RecoRd Season-Team G 86-87 - Indiana 4 89-90 - Indiana 3 90-91 - Indiana 5 91-92 - Indiana 3 92-93 - Indiana 3 93-94 - Indiana 16 94-95 - Indiana 3 Playoff Totals 37

MIN 2486 2870 1549 2733 2552 2876 1929 1737 1503 1053 686 22974

FG-FGA 433-922 436-862 370-727 442-845 419-814 467-919 356-671 294-610 280-554 147-318 93-188 3737-7430

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .470 0-4 .000 .506 1-6 .167 .509 2-10 .200 .523 0-13 .000 .515 3-23 .130 .508 12-34 .353 .531 4-18 .222 .482 6-27 .222 .505 7-36 .194 .462 0-4 .000 .495 0-7 .000 .503 35-182 .192

FT-FTA 260-339 263-353 238-302 227-283 243-304 230-294 161-221 132-179 143-197 64-87 65-90 2026-2649

Pct. .767 .745 .788 .802 .799 .782 .729 .737 .726 .736 .722 .765

MIN 141 113 115 51 80 247 8 755

FG-FGA 13-36 16-34 18-40 10-18 12-27 39-76 1-3 109-234

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .361 0-1 .000 .471 0-2 .000 .450 0-1 .000 .556 0-0 .000 .444 2-4 .500 .513 0-5 .000 .333 0-1 .000 .466 2-14 .143

FT-FTA 23-30 8-9 11-14 1-3 4-4 17-20 0-3 64-83

Pct. .767 .889 .786 .333 1.000 .850 .000 .771

Reb.-Avg. AST ST 323-4.0 247 99 386-4.8 505 131 334-4.1 473 109 364-4.6 568 115 310-4.1 494 77 322-3.9 610 92 214-3.1 369 76 209-2.5 266 56 169-2.3 224 63 123-2.2 173 40 88-1.6 109 27 2842-3.5 4038 885

BL PF-DQ 8 232-4 5 230-3 18 222-3 11 225-0 12 212-4 10 213-1 13 116-0 7 134-0 9 126-1 6 98-1 1 80-0 100 1888-17

Pts.-Avg. 1126-14.1 1136-14.2 980-12.0 1111-13.9 1084-14.3 1176-14.3 877-12.7 726-8.9 710-9.5 358-6.5 251-4.6 9535-11.7

Reb.-Avg. AST 26-6.5 24 13-4.3 18 17-3.4 23 2-0.7 6 5-1.7 3 21-1.3 36 2-0.7 2 86-2.3 114

BL 1 1 3 0 1 1 0 7

PF-DQ 15-1 6-0 10-0 5-0 6-0 27-0 0-0 69-1

Pts.-Avg. 49-12.3 40-13.3 47-9.4 21-7.0 30-10.0 95-5.9 2-0.7 284-7.7

Pts.-Avg. 70-2.6 179-3.0 249-2.9

ST 4 2 1 3 2 10 0 22

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HARVEY, Antonio — Lettered at UGA 1991...LA Lakers Season, Team 93-94 - LA Lakers 94-95 - LA Lakers Reg. Season Totals Playoff Record 94-95 - LA Lakers

G-GS 27-6 59-2 86-8

MIN 247 572 819

FG-FGA 29-79 77-176 106-255

3

4

0-0

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .367 0-0 .000 .438 1-1 1.000 .416 1-1 1.000 .000

0-0

.000

FT-FTA 12-26 24-45 36-71

Pct. .462 .533 .507

Reb.-Avg. 59-2.2 102-1.7 161-1.7

AST 5 23 28

ST 8 15 23

BL 19 41 60

PF-DQ 39-0 87-0 126-0

0-0

.000

1-0.3

0

0

0

0-0

0-0.0

HAYES, Jarvis James — Lettered at UGA 2002-03...Washington, Detroit, New Jersey of NBA Season, Team 03-04 - Washington 04-05 - Washington 05-06 - Washington 06-07 - Washington 07-08 - Detroit 08-09 - New Jersey Reg. Season Totals Playoff RecoRd Washington - 06-07 Detroit - 07-08 Playoff Totals

G 70 54 21 81 82 74 382

MIN 2044 1560 517 1626 1287 1832 8865

FG-FGA 278-695 206-530 77-183 224-546 217-504 257-577 1259-3035

4 11 15

139 200 339

15-46 24-76 39-122

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .400 40-131 .305 .389 42-123 .341 .421 17-47 .362 .410 66-183 .361 .431 73-194 .376 .445 94-244 .385 .415 332-922 .360 .326 .316 .320

7-19 12-33 19-52

.368 .364 .365

FT-FTA 77-98 99-118 25-30 71-84 45-60 36-52 353-442

Pct. .786 .839 .833 .845 .750 .692 .799

Reb.-Avg. 264-3.8 227-4.2 76-3.6 210-2.6 178-2.2 267-3.6 1222-3.2

AST ST 106 71 90 49 27 16 80 48 62 47 54 52 419 283

6-7 6-7 12-14

.857 .857 .857

14-3.5 30-2.7 44-2.9

4 8 12

Reb.-Avg. 8-1.0

AST 0

BL 11 9 1 13 6 7 47

PF-DQ 157-2 107-1 38-0 160-0 137-0 162-0 761-3

2 3 5

1 3 4

12-0 23-0 35-0

ST 0

BL 0

PF-DQ 2-0

Pts.-Avg. 673-9.6 553-10.2 196-9.3 585-7.2 552-6.7 644-8.7 3203-8.4 43-10.8 66-6.0 109-7.3

HENDERSON, Cedric — Lettered at UGA 1985...Atlanta of NBA Season-Team 86-87 - Atlanta

G 8

MIN 16

FG-FGA 4-8

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .500 0-0 .000

FT-FTA 3-3

Pct. 1.000

Pts.-Avg. 11-1.4

JONES, Jumaine Lanard — Lettered at UGA 1998-99...Phila., Cleveland, Boston, LAL, Charlotte & Phoenix Season-Team 99-00 - Philadelphia 00-01 - Philadelphia 01-02 - Cleveland 02-03 - Cleveland 03-04 - Boston 04-05 - L.A. Lakers 05-06 - Charlotte 06-07 - Phoenix Reg. Season Totals Playoff Totals

G 33 65 81 80 42 76 76 18 471 29

MIN 138 866 2,142 2,204 373 1831 2093 138 9780 483

FG-FGA 22-58 122-275 287-640 308-710 33-96 210-486 298-736 14-51 1294-3052 55-134

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Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .379 2-4 .500 .432 20-60 .333 .443 52-168 .319 .434 111-314 .354 .344 13-44 .295 .432 102-261 .391 .405 115-335 .343 .275 10-32 .313 .424 425-1218 .313 .410 8-36 .222

FT-FTA 11-18 40-53 45-68 57-83 14-23 55-75 88-121 2-2 312-443 15-21

Pct. .611 .755 .662 .687 .609 .733 .727 1.000 .704 .714

Reb.-Avg. 38-1.2 189-2.9 490-6.0 405-5.1 68-1.6 398-5.2 376-4.9 23-1.3 1987-4.2 89-3.1

AST ST 6 5 32 30 116 75 112 67 14 12 65 44 63 68 1 5 408 307 19 10

BL PF-DQ 5 10-0 15 68-0 46 184-1 22 176-1 9 48-0 24 165-1 22 200-2 1 19-0 144 870-5 11 37-0

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Pts.-Avg. 57-1.7 304-4.7 671-8.3 784-9.8 93-2.2 577-7.6 799-10.5 40-2.2 3325-7.1 133-4.6

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Season, Team G-GS 90-91 - Miami 78-18 91-92 - Miami 77-4 92-93 - Miami 40-2 93-94 - Miami 15-0 Reg. Season Totals 210-24 Playoff Totals 2-0

MIN 1259 1197 415 66 2937 12

FG-FGA 199-468 158-383 57-122 11-25 425-998 0-2

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .425 0-4 .000 .413 0-0 .000 .467 5-11 .455 .440 5-9 .556 .426 10-24 .417 .000 0-0 .000

FT-FTA 88-131 94-115 36-47 6-8 224-301 2-2

Pct. .672 .817 .766 .750 .744 1.000

Reb.-Avg. AST 336-4.3 31 314-4.1 34 91-2.3 14 10-0.7 2 751-3.6 81 1-0.5 0

ST 17 17 4 1 39 0

BL 26 32 12 1 71 0

PF-DQ 189-1 185-3 63-0 14-0 451-4 1-0

Pts.Avg. 486-6.2 410-5.3 155-3.9 33-2.2 1084-5.2 2-1.0

ST 0

BL 0

PF-DQ 62-2

Pts.-Avg. 90-2.4

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WHITE, Ralph Herbert (Herb) - Lettered at UGA 1968-70...Atlanta of NBA Season, Team 70-71 - Atlanta

G 38

MIN 315

FG-FGA 34-84

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .405 — —

FT-FTA 22-39

Pct. .564

Reb.-Avg. AST 48-1.3 47

WILKINS, Damien Lamont — Lettered at UGA 2003-04 ... Seattle/Oklahoma City of NBA Season, Team 04-05 - Seattle 05-06 - Seattle 06-07 - Seattle 07-08 - Seattle 08-09 - Okla. City Reg. Season Totals Playoff Totals

G 29 82 82 76 41 310 7

MIN 520 1525 2037 1843 636 6562 136

FG-FGA 73-168 193-435 262-602 271-673 77-213 876-2091 16-36

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .435 16-59 .271 .444 14-56 .250 .435 50-122 .410 .403 50-155 .323 .362 27-72 .375 .419 157-464 .338 .444 3-11 .273

FT-FTA 21-34 136-162 150-170 106-144 37-46 450-556 4-9

Pct. .618 .840 .882 .736 .804 .809 .444

Reb.-Avg. AST ST 66-2.3 26 22 192-2.3 107 72 229-2.8 156 92 245-3.2 150 62 70-1.7 37 22 802-2.6 476 270 18-2.6 3 10

BL 10 12 16 19 7 64 1

PF-DQ 55-0 144-0 157-0 128-0 55-0 539-0 17-0

Pts.-Avg. 183-6.3 536-6.5 724-8.8 698-9.2 218-7.6 2359-7.6 39-5.6

WILKINS, Jacque Dominique — Lettered at UGA 1980-82...Atlanta, LAC, Boston, San Antonio & Orlando of NBA* Season - Team G-GS MIN FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. 82-83 - Atlanta 82-82 2697 601-1220 .493 2-11 .182 83-84 - Atlanta 81-81 2961 684-1429 .479 0-11 .000 84-85 - Atlanta 81-81 3023 853-1891 .451 25-81 .309 85-86 - Atlanta 78-78 3049 888-1897 .468 13-70 .186 86-87 - Atlanta 79-79 2969 828-1787 .463 31-106 .292 87-88 - Atlanta 78-76 2948 909-1957 .464 38-129 .295 88-89 - Atlanta 80-80 2997 814-1756 .464 29-105 .276 89-90 - Atlanta 80-79 2888 810-1672 .484 59-183 .322 90-91 - Atlanta 81-81 3078 770-1640 .470 85-249 .341 91-92 - Atlanta 42-42 1601 424-914 .464 37-128 .289 92-93 - Atlanta 71-70 2647 741-1584 .468 120-316 .380 93-94 - Atl./LA Clip. 74-74 2635 698-1588 .440 85-295 .288 94-95 - Boston 77-77 2423 496-1169 .424 112-289 .388 96-97 - San Antonio 63-26 1945 397-953 .417 70-239 .293 98-99 - Orlando 27-2 252 50-132 .379 5-19 .263 Reg. Season Totals 1074 38,113 9,963-21,589 .461 711-2,231 .319 Playoff RecoRd Season - Team G MIN FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. 82-83 - Atlanta 3 109 17-42 .405 1-1 1.000 83-84 - Atlanta 5 197 35-84 .417 0-1 .000 85-86 - Atlanta 9 360 94-217 .433 1-5 .200 86-87 - Atlanta 9 360 86-210 .410 3-10 .300 87-88 - Atlanta 12 473 137-300 .457 4-18 .222 88-89 - Atlanta 5 212 52-116 .448 5-17 .294 5 195 35-94 .372 2-15 .133 90-91 - Atlanta 92-93 - Atlanta 3 113 32-75 .427 3-12 .250 94-95 - Boston 4 150 26-61 .426 8-17 .471 98-99 - Orlando 1 3 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 Playoff Totals 56 2172 515-1201 .429 27-96 .281 all-StaR Game RecoRd Season - Team MIN FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. 1986 - Atlanta 17 6-15 .400 0-0 .000 1987 - Atlanta 24 3-9 .333 0-0 .000 1988 - Atlanta 30 12-22 .545 0-0 .000 1989 - Atlanta 15 3-8 .375 0-0 .000 1990 - Atlanta 16 5-10 .500 1-1 1.000 1991 - Atlanta 22 3-11 .273 0-2 .000 1992 - Atlanta (Selected - did not play because of injury) 1993 - Atlanta 18 2-11 .182 1-3 .333 1994 - Atlanta 17 4-9 .444 0-2 .000 38-95 .400 2-8 .250 159 All-Star Totals *Played the 1996 season for Panathinaikos Athens of Greek League

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FT-FTA 230-337 382-496 486-603 577-705 607-742 541-655 442-524 459-569 476-574 294-352 519-627 442-522 266-340 381-350 29-42 6,031-7,438

Pct. .682 .770 .806 .818 .818 .826 .844 .807 .829 .835 .828 .847 .782 .803 .690 .811

Reb.-Avg. AST ST BL 478-5.8 129 84 63 582-7.2 126 117 87 557-6.9 200 135 54 618-7.9 206 138 49 494-6.3 261 117 51 502-6.4 224 103 47 553-6.9 211 117 52 521-6.5 200 126 47 732-9.0 265 123 65 295-7.0 158 52 24 482-6.8 227 70 27 481-6.5 169 92 30 401-5.2 166 61 14 402-6.4 119 39 31 71-2.6 16 4 1 7169-6.7 2,677 1,378 642

PF-DQ Pts.-Avg. 210-1 1434-17.5 197-1 1750-21.6 170-0 2217-27.4 170-0 2366-30.3 149-0 2294-29.0 162-0 2397-30.7 138-0 2099-26.2 141-0 2138-26.7 156-0 2101-25.9 77-0 1179-28.1 116-0 2121-29.9 126-0 1923-26.0 130-0 1370-17.8 100-0 1145-18.2 19 134-5.0 2061-2 26,668-24.8

FT-FTA 12-14 26-31 68-79 66-74 96-125 27-38 32-35 23-30 16-18 0-0 366-444

Pct. .857 .839 .861 .892 .768 .711 .914 .767 .889 .000 .824

Reb.-Avg. 15-5.0 41-8.2 54-6.0 70-7.8 77-6.4 27-5.4 32-6.4 16-5.3 43-10.8 0-0.0 375-6.7

AST STL 1 2 11 12 25 9 25 16 34 16 17 4 13 9 9 3 8 2 0 0 143 73

BL 1 1 2 8 6 8 5 1 3 0 35

PF-DQ 9-0 13-0 24-0 25-0 24-0 5-0 8-0 8-0 7-0 0-0 123-0

Pts.-Avg. 47-15.7 96-19.2 257-28.6 241-26.8 374-31.2 136-27.2 104-20.8 90-30.0 76-19.0 2-2.0 1423-25.4

FT-FTA 1-2 4-7 5-6 3-3 2-2 6-8

Pct. .500 .571 .833 1.000 1.000 .750

REB 3 5 5 2 0 3

AST STL 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 4 1 4 1

BL 1 1 1 0 0 1

PF-DQ 2 2 3 0 1 2

PTS 13 10 29 9 13 12

4-4 3-6 28-38

1.000 .500 .737

7 2 27

0 0 4

2 1 13

9 11 106

0 4 15

1 0 6

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Region East

1985*

East

1987 1990 19