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2013-14 Georgia Bulldogs Seated (L-R): Juwan Parker, Dusan Langura, J.J. Frazier, Charles Mann, Kenny Gaines, Taylor Echols, Kenny Paul Geno and Brandon Young Standing (L-R): Nemi Djurisic, Houston Kessler, Tim Dixon, John Cannon, DontĂŠ Williams, Marcus Thornton, Brandon Morris and Cameron Forte

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UNC-Pembroke (Exh) Wofford Georgia Tech

Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga.

7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Charleston Classic 11/21 Davidson 11/22 Clemson / Temple 11/24 TBA

Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C.

5:00 p.m. 7:00 / 9:30 p.m. TBA

11/29 12/2 12/14 12/19 12/21 12/28 1/3 1/8 1/11

Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Boulder, Colo. Washington, D.C. Columbia, Mo. Athens, Ga.

5:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 11:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. TBA 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

Appalachian St. Chattanooga Lipscomb Gardner-Webb Western Carolina Colorado George Washington Missouri Alabama

S C H E D U L E 1/14 1/18 1/22 1/25 1/29 2/1 2/6 2/8 2/12 2/15 2/18

Florida Arkansas South Carolina Kentucky Vanderbilt Auburn LSU Texas A&M Mississippi St. Mississippi Tennessee

Gainesville, Fla. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Lexington, Ky. Athens, Ga. Auburn, Ala. Athens, Ga. Athens, Ga. Starkville, Miss. Athens, Ga. Knoxville, Tenn.

7:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.

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South Carolina Missouri Arkansas Mississippi St. LSU SEC Tournament

Columbia, S.C. Athens, Ga. Fayetteville, Ark. Athens, Ga. Baton Rouge, La. Atlanta, Ga.

1:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

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Table of Contents Stegeman Coliseum.......................................195 Playing Facilities Through the Years..............196

2-30........This is Georgia Basketball

81-92.............................. 2013-14 Opponents Charleston Classic Bracket & Teams...............82 Appalchian State, Chattanooga........................83 Colorado, Davidson..........................................83

141-196......... UGA Basketball History Georgia Honor Roll..................................142-147 Bulldogs in the NBA.................................148-152 Post-Season History................................153-162 NCAA Tournament.............................154-159 NIT.....................................................160-162 SEC Tournament History................................163 Invitational Tournaments..........................164-165 Year-by-Year Records....................................166 Year-by-Year Results...............................167-178 All-Time Series Records..........................179-180 Series Records, 2013-14 Opponents......181-188 All-Time Lettermen..................................189-194

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Head Coach Mark Fox................................70-72 Assistant Coach Philip Pearson.......................73 Assistant Coach Stacey Palmore.....................74 Assistant Coach Jonas Hayes..........................75 Student Managerial Staff..................................75 Support Staff / Admin...................................76-78 UGA President Jere W. Morehead...................79 Athletic Director Greg McGarity........................80 Faculty Athletics Rep. Prof. David Shipley.......80

History

69-80......... Coaching & Support Staff

Individual Records................................... 118-119 Team Records................................................120 Single-Season & Career Leaders............121-122 Thousand-Point Scorers.................................123 Top Team Performances..........................124-125 Top Individual Performances...................126-127 Miscallaneous Landmarks.......................128-129 100-Point Games...........................................130 Georgia’s Poll History.....................................131 All-Time Coaches’ Records............................131 Team Statistics: 1986-2012............................132 Team Statistics: 1960-85................................133 Starting Lineups: 1986-2012..........................134 Starting Lineups: 1961-85..............................135 Overtime Games............................................136 Largest Victory, Defeat Margins.....................137 All-Time Jersey Numbers........................138-139 Season-by-Season Record at Stegeman.......140

Records

Senior Donte’ Williams............................................44-46 Juniors Marcus Thornton.........................................47-49 John Cannon...............................................50-52 Tim Dixon....................................................53-55 Nemanja Djurisic.........................................56-58 Sophomores Kenny Gaines..............................................59-60 Charles Mann..............................................61-62 Brandon Morris............................................63-64 Newcomers / Walk-Ons Taylor Echols, Cameron Forte..........................65 J.J. Frazier, Kenny Paul Geno..........................66 Houston Kessler, Dusan Langura.....................67 Juwan Parker, Brandon Young.........................68

117-140....... UGA Basketball Records

• Chris Collins, Atlanta, Ga. • Steve Colquitt, Phillip Faulkner, John Kelley and Parker Moore, UGA Athletic Association • David Coyle, Lexington, Ky. • Scott Cunningham, Atlanta Hawks • Dan Evans, Athens, Georgia • Jim Gund, Charleston, S.C. • Dean Legge, DawgPost • Perry McIntyre, Atlanta, Georgia • Mark Murray, Basketball Hall of Fame • NBA Entertainment • Radi Nabulsi, Bull Moose Photography • Robert Newcomb, UGA Public Affairs • Daniel Shirey, Atlanta, Ga. • Phillip Williams, Atlanta, Ga. • Dale Zanine, Duluth, 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

2012-13 in Review

43-68...........................Player Profiles

Photography Credits

Opponent Info

Outlook for 2012-13.....................................32-35 2013-14 Notebook.......................................36-37 Q&A with Coach Mark Fox..........................38-39 2013-14 Roster Miscellany...............................40 2013-14 Fast Facts..........................................41 2013-14 Rosters...............................................42

2013 Season Recap.........................................94 2012-13 Final Statistics....................................95 2012-13 Miscellaneous Stats...........................96 2012-13 Game-by-Game Results....................97 2012-13 Team Statistics...................................98 2012-13 Team & Individual Superlatives..........99 2012-13 Seniors......................................100-101 2012-13 SEC Standings.................................102 2012-13 SEC Team Statistics..................103-104 2012-13 SEC Individual Statistics..................105 2012-13 Game Summaries.....................106-116

The 2013-14 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.

Coaches & Support

31-42............................... Outlook for 2013-14

93-116................... 2012-13 Season Review

Credits

Player Bios

Why Georgia?.................................................2-3 Head Coach Mark Fox....................................4-5 Coaching Staff.................................................6-7 Locker Room...................................................8-9 Coliseum Training Facility...........................10-11 Strength & Conditioning Program................12-13 Stegeman Coliseum....................................14-15 Game Day Experience................................16-17 Academic Success......................................18-19 Program Tradition & History........................20-21 Pros & International Participants.................22-23 SEC Basketball...........................................24-25 UGA Athletics Program................................26-27 UGA Campus..............................................28-29 Athens, Georgia...............................................30

Gardner-Webb, George Washington................84 Georgia Tech, Lipscomb...................................84 Western Carolina, Wofford...............................85 Alabama...........................................................85 Arkansas, Auburn.............................................86 Florida, Kentucky..............................................87 LSU, Ole Miss..................................................88 Miss. State, Missouri........................................89 South Carolina, Tennessee..............................90 Texas A&M, Vanderbilt......................................91 2014 SEC Tournament.....................................92

Tips, Policies...........................................198-199 Georgia Media Directory................................199 Athens, Ga., Information................................200 UGA Athletic Staff Directory............................201 Georgia Bulldog Radio Network.....................202 Inside Georgia Basketball Show....................203 Covering SEC Basketball...............................204 2013-14 SEC TV Schedule.....................204-205 2013-14 Composite SEC Schedule................206 2013-14 Opponent SID Directory...................207 2013 Results, 2014 Schedule........................208

2013-14 Outlook

197-208....... Media Information

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Why Georgia?

Why indeed does a student-athlete choose to attend the University of Georgia? We posed that very question to many prominent figures in Georgia Basketball, past and present, and the following is what they said. Head Coach Mark Fox “I WANTED to come to Georgia! Students at Georgia receive one of the best educations in America, and student-athletes at Georgia compete at the highest level. I wanted to be part of a program where our players’ dreams come true in the NBA and our teams’ dreams come true in the NCAA Tournament. I wanted to be part of a program where the relationship between player and coach was important, not just when they are in school, but long after they left. But what I love most about Georgia is Game Day. The noise, the pageantry and the fight of the Bulldog Nation…those are the things I love most about Georgia.”

Trey Thompkins, All-SEC Forward, 2009-11 “I chose Georgia because it was close to home and it was an opportunity to play for a program on the rise. I wanted to be a part of something special. Our class came in together, wanting to turn this program into a powerhouse, and I think it’s on the verge of doing so.”

Rod Cole, All-SEC Guard, 1990-91 “I am from Georgia, so to wear the Red & Black was always an honor for me. As a kid I remember watching Dominique, Vern Fleming and Herschel Walker and I knew that’s where I wanted to be. The Georgia program will always occupy a big place in my heart.”

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Jarvis Hayes All-SEC Forward, 2002-03 “I came to Georgia obviously for great athletics, but the education I received here, both in and out of the classroom, was invaluable. It helped shape the person that I am today. I met so many great people at Georgia, people that I will call my lifelong friends.”

Connor Nolte Forward, 2011-12 “I knew I really wanted to play at a big-time college program. I chose Georgia because I felt really comfortable with the coaching staff. And when you look at Georgia, it’s a big state school with tremendous support for the athletics program and it has great academics. I really felt that basketball was about to have great success and I wanted to be a part of that.”

Ricky McPhee Guard, 2009-10 “Growing up as a kid, it was my dream to play for the University of Georgia. I got the chance to come here and represent the state of Georgia, and that has meant so much in my life. Also, I feel like Coach Fox and his staff got the best out of me, both as a basketball player and a person, and I feel so much better for the experience.”

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coach mark fox

Birthdate: January 13, 1969 Hometown: Garden City, Kansas Family: Wife – Cindy Children: Parker (13), Olivia (11)

Education Garden City Community College (1987-89) Eastern New Mexico, B.S. in Physical Education, 1991 University of Kansas, M.S. Athletic Administration / 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-Present

Coaching Honors Don Haskins Coach of the Year, Western Athletic Conference, 2005-07

UGA Wins over Top 25 Opponents

1/5/10 73-66 vs. #20 Georgia Tech 1/23/10 78-63 vs. #8 Tennessee 2/6/10 72-58 vs. #18 Vanderbilt

1/8/11 77-70 vs. #10 Kentucky 2/11/12 70-68 (OT) at #20 Miss. State 2/25/12 76-62 vs. #11 Florida

Year-by-Year Head Coaching Record

Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 at Nevada

Overall 25-7 27-6 29-5 21-12 21-13 123-43

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

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

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

Neu. 1-1 0-2 4-2 1-0 0-0 6-5

Conf. 16-2 13-3 14-2 12-4 11-5 66-16

Finish 1st 1st 1st T1st 2nd ---

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

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

14-17 21-12 15-17 15-17

.452 .636 .469 .469

12-4 12-4 11-6 12-6

0-11 7-4 2-9 3-8

2-2 2-4 2-2 0-3

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Players that have played in the NBA Luke Babbitt* Kevinn Pinkney Mark Pope Nick Fazekas Ramon Sessions Trey Thompkins Armon Johnson Rich Manning Travis Leslie JaVale McGee* Kirk Snyder* Kentavious Caldwell-Pope* *First-Round Draft Pick

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Coach Mark Fox has assembled one of the finest coaching staffs in America, with over 100 years combined experience in coaching and mentoring young men. Philip Pearson | Assistant Coach • Fifth season on the basketball staff at Georgia. • A veteran of Southeastern Conference basketball as both a player and a coach. • Spent 16 years representing the basketball program at Alabama, first as a player from 1989-93. Was an assistant coach at Alabama from 1998-2009, when the Crimson Tide won over 200 games, won the 2002 SEC title, played in the NCAA Tournament five times and earned the program’s first-ever No. 1 ranking. • Served as Interim Head Coach of the 2009 Alabama team for the final 13 games of the season. • 1993 graduate of Alabama. Earned a Master’s Degree from Murray State in 1997. Stacey Palmore | Assistant Coach • Fifth season on the basketball staff at Georgia. • Came to UGA in 2009 after building a reputation as one of the ACC’s top recruiters during five seasons at Virginia Tech. • During his time at Va. Tech, the Hokies’ program ranked fourth in the league in total ACC victories with 38. • Has also coached at Lander University, Erskine College, Western Carolina, Evansville and the College of Charleston. • 1993 graduate of Livingstone College in Salisbury, N.C. Jonas Hayes | Assistant Coach • Second season on the basketball staff at Georgia, first as a full-time assistant coach. • Served as the Bulldogs’ Program Coordinator last season. • A native of Atlanta, he lettered three years for the Bulldogs from 2002-04. Started 41 of 88 career games at UGA, scoring 759 points and collecting 435 rebounds. • Two of the three teams on which Hayes played reached post-season play, including the 2002 NCAA Tournament. • Returned to UGA after five seasons as an assistant coach at Belmont Abbey College. Previously, he also had brief stints as an assistant at South Carolina State, Morehouse and his alma mater, Douglass High School in Atlanta.

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Kent Davison Director of Basketball Operations • Fifth season on the basketball staff at Georgia. • A veteran of coaching basketball on many different levels, including high school, college, professional and international teams. • At Georgia, he’s in charge of organizing team travel and all team-related events, as well as implementing and monitoring the program’s budget. • Began his relationship with head coach Mark Fox at Garden City Community College, where he coached the young player in 1988-89. • The first-ever head coach at three different NBA Developmental League franchises: Roanoke (2001-06), Colorado (2007) and Fort Wayne (2008). Byron Samuels | Operations Coordinator • A veteran of the collegiate ranks whose career includes three head coaching posts. • Directs a number of tasks, including the players’ day-to-day schedules and their academic performance, on-campus recruiting efforts, summer camps and community outreach. • Samuels’ first head coaching job came at Hampton University (1995-96). He left Hampton to join the staff at Tennessee as an assistant coach. The Vols earned NCAA Tournament berths in each of his four seasons there, including a Sweet 16 appearance in 2000. • Samuels was the head coach at Radford University from 2003-07. Most recently, he was an assistant at South Florida for two seasons (2007-09), followed by two years as an Assistant AD and head coach at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Fla. In the latter position, he coached recent Bulldog center John Florveus.

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unction…convenience… comfort…luxury. All of those features combine to give Georgia one of the finest locker room facilities in the country. At any given time of day, a player can: • Prepare for practice and watch his next opponent's scouting video • Check his email or work on a class project • Replenish with healthy snacks and beverages • Challenge a teammate to a game of billiards or “NBA Jam” • Watch a game or favorite TV show • Take a nap or just relax with teammates

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pened in August of 2007, the Coliseum Training Facility provides the Bulldogs with the finest practice and workout facilities in the nation. Also the practice home to the women’s basketball and gymnastics programs, the Training Facility features a practice gym, locker room and office space for each sport. The spacious weight-training facility is stocked with state-of-the-art equipment and provides a great training venue on a daily basis for the student-athletes.

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he success of Georgia Basketball depends not only on in-season,

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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stegeman coliseum

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he Bulldogs play in Stegeman Coliseum, home court since the 1964 season. Through a rigorous program of updates and renovations, it remains one of the finest venues for college basketball in the nation. Most recently, Stegeman underwent a major, $13 million facelift that was completed in time for the 2011 season. Every facet of this project -from the expanded lobbies to the dramatic artwork that adorns either side -- was intended to heighten the fan experience at Bulldog home games. In addition to basketball and gymnastics events, Stegeman has played host to a variety of events over the years. For two weeks of 1996, it welcomed the world as the competition venue for two sports at the Summer Olympic Games.

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game day experience

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ou 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 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 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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academic success

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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.

Bulldogs That Have Graduated In the Mark Fox Era Chris Barnes Matt Bucklin Corey Butler John Florveus Albert Jackson Ricky McPhee Jeremy Price

Connor Nolte Gerald Robinson Dustin Ware Tyler Whatley Damien Wilkins Vincent Williams Terrance Woodbury

ALEC KESSLER The shining light for academic success at Georgia is Alec Kessler, who won equal acclaim on the court and in the classroom. Kessler was an All-America forward for the Bulldogs in 1990. That year, he was also named Academic All-American of the Year, an honor bestowed upon the top student among all collegiate athletes.

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Last May, John Florveus became the latest Bulldog to earn his degree during the Mark Fox era. In Fox’s 4-year tenure, a total of 14 players have earned undergraduate degrees.

SHANDON ANDERSON Several UGA Basketball alumni have returned to complete their degrees long after their collegiate playing days. Most prominent among them is Shandon Anderson, a 2-time All-SEC forward in 1995-96. Anderson played 10 seasons in the NBA before coming back to Athens to finish work on his degree in Sociology.

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tradition + history

Dominique Wilkins, All-American in 1981-82, 2006 Hall of Fame Inductee

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eorgia has made its share of history on the hardwood. 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.

Zippy Morocco, Georgia’s first All-American, 1953

Vern Fleming, All-American in 1984

Highlights of Georgia Basketball History • 1983 Final Four • 1990 SEC Championship • 1983 SEC Tournament Championship • 2008 SEC Tournament Championship • Seven NCAA Tournament Appearances

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• Ten NIT Appearances • Thirty-three NBA Draft Picks • Three NBA Draft Lottery Picks • Hall of Fame Inductee Dominique Wilkins


Georgia captain Lamar Heard cuts down 1983 NCAA East Regional championship net.

Coach Hugh Durham and seniors Derrick Floyd, Lamar Heard and Terry Fair raise 1983 SEC Tournament championship trophy. Sundiata Gaines, 2008 SEC Tournament MVP

Teammates Marshall Wilson (facing camera) and Litterial Green celebrate Georgia's 1990 SEC championship.

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pro + usa basketball

Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta Hawks, 2006 Hall of Fame Inductee

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slew of Bulldog alumni have ultimately gained fame and fortune on the professional and international stages. Thirtythree Georgia basketball players have been selected in the annual NBA Draft, seven 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 11th on the NBA’s career scoring chart with 26,668 points.

Vern Fleming, 1984 U.S. Olympic Team

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A handful of Bulldogs have also made their mark with the USA Basketball program. Most notably, Vern Fleming and Willie Anderson represented their country as members of the U.S. Olympic teams, Fleming in 1984 and Anderson in 1988. In recent seasons, Howard “Trey” Thompkins won a gold medal as a star on the U.S. Under 19 team which won the World U19 Championship in 2009.


Kentavious Caldwell-Pope became the second-highest draftee in UGA history when he was taken eighth overall by the Detroit Pistons in the 2013 NBA Draft.

Travis Leslie, Los Angeles Clippers

Shandon Anderson, 2006 NBA Champion Miami Heat

Trey Thompkins, 2009 World U19 Championship

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sec basketball

• Throughout the history of men’s college basketball, the Southeastern Conference has captured 11 NCAA Championships and four NIT titles, putting the SEC as one of the nation’s top basketball conferences. • Each of the 126 conference games will be televised live as part of the SEC’s historic 15-year agreements with CBS Sports and ESPN that began in 2009-10. Almost half of the SEC’s league games will be distributed nationally with ESPN or ESPN2 televising 27 contests, ESPNU showing seven and CBS Sports five. The SEC’s games on the ESPN family of networks will be exclusively branded as the “SEC on ESPN”. • Every team in the SEC has made at least one NCAA Tournament appearance in the last nine editions of the NCAA Tournament. • The Southeastern Conference has had at least one team advance to the Sweet 16 in 22 of the last 23 years. The SEC record for most teams advancing to the Sweet 16 is four which was accomplished in 1986 (Alabama, Auburn, Kentucky, LSU) and in 1996 (Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi State). Eleven of the SEC’s 12 members have advanced to the Sweet 16 since 1996. • Sixteen SEC players have been chosen in the past two NBA Drafts. Over the past six NBA Drafts, a total of 45 SEC players have heard their names called. • The SEC is the one of just two conferences in the nation to have all of its teams ranked at least one week in the Associated Press top 25 (excluding preseason polls) since 1999-00. Simply stated, every SEC team has been a top-25 team nationally at one point in the last nine seasons. • More than 2 .5 million fans have witnessed SEC basketball in each of the last four seasons. The SEC posted the fourth largest season attendance in league history, totaling 2,518,749 fans for games featuring SEC teams in 2009-10. A record 2,638,852 fans saw SEC basketball in 2008-09 while 2,562,073 were in attendance in 2006-07 and 2,561,545 for the 2007-08 season.

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Georgia won four games in three days to capture the championship of the tornado-stricken 2008 SEC Tournament.

Georgia fans traveled en masse to see the 1990 Bulldogs clinch the regular-season SEC championship at Auburn.

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uga athletics

COMMITMENT Athletic Director Greg McGarity

Georgia is a university that is COMMITTED to its studentathletes and coaches, and its student-athletes and coaches are COMMITTED to Georgia. The current head coaches have nearly 200 years combined experience leading Bulldogs teams to NCAA and SEC championships. With head coaches averaging an astounding 12 years at the helm of their programs, Georgia is clearly a university and athletic program where success is predicated on commitment.

FINANCIAL SUPPORT To be a Georgia Bulldog means that you’re among the elite of the elite. Every team at Georgia contends annually for championships in the powerful Southeastern Conference, as well as the NCAA. With an operating budget of more than $93 million -- which ranks among the biggest in the country -UGA gives its teams all the resources necessary to compete for championships and earn a degree.

FACILITIES At the University of Georgia, we understand the importance of providing each team with the best possible competition and training facilities -- facilities that inspire and enhance student-athletes and coaches. With over $100 million in facility improvements over the past five years, we strive to create an environment that enriches the lives of our student-athletes. Look across our campus -- from athletic to academic facilities -- and you’ll quickly understand why we're the envy of programs across the nation.

ACADEMIC SUPPORT No. 1 among our guiding principles is a responsibility to educate our student-athletes, ensuring they are provided the tools necessary to succeed academically. The Rankin M. Smith Center, located a stone’s throw from Stegeman Coliseum, features all of these tools, as well as staff, needed to provide our student-athletes with a top-quality education. In figures released by the NCAA in November 2013, UGA studentathletes posted a school-record 83 percent graduation rate.

POINTS OF PRIDE • 23 national championships since 1998-99 (third in the nation). • Average Director’s Cup finish of 10th since 2000. • Rank in the top 10 all-time in Division I for Academic All-Americans for all sports. • 62 NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship Recipients.

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UGA Football Tight End Aron White delivering the commencement speech, December 2010.

exceptional “Creating experiences for a lifetime. �

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uga campus

“Something for Everyone” That’s the way to describe the academic, athletic and social experience at the University of Georgia. UGA is a leader among public universities nationally with a breadth and diversity of degree programs that rival any institution of higher learning. Programs in business, education, journalism, landscape architecture, law, math, public affairs and veterinary medicine all rank in the top 20 nationally. All told, Georgia offers more than 140 different degree programs. The UGA campus has grown in to a 615-acre masterpiece that ranks among the most picturesque in the nation.

QUICK FACTS Location: Athens, Georgia Founded: 1785 Enrollment: 34,677 Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Red and Black Conference: Southeastern President: Jere W. Morehead Director of Athletics: Greg McGarity Website: www.georgiadogs.com

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athens, ga

A PREMIER COLLEGE TOWN Athens’ Broad Street is all that separates the University of Georgia’s historic North Campus from a vibrant downtown community filled with restaurants, eclectic shopping and the friendly charm of the South. Athens has carved its own international identity by mixing the best of on-campus academic and athletic opportunities with the individualistic pursuits of a music scene that has turned local artists into worldwide superstars.

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BEST COLLEGE SPORTS TOWNS

HOT COLLEGE MUSIC SCENES

1. Madison, Wisconsin 2. ATHENS 3. Austin, Texas 4. Gainesville, Florida 5. Boulder, Colorado

1. ATHENS 2. Austin, Texas 3. Cambridge, Massachusetts 4. Chapel Hill, North Carolina 5. Madison, Wisconsin


outlook for 2013-14

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2013-14 Outlook Charles Mann was named to the SEC AllFreshman Team in 2013.

Different This Time Dogs’ Safety Net Wider, Stronger To Offset Latest Early Departure

o much for best-laid plans. This time a year ago, Georgia basketball coach Mark Fox looked at his roster for the 2013 season with eager anticipation. “This team could be together for a couple of years,” he said. Alas, Fox’s vision for the future did not materialize. The Bulldogs’ star guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope played his sophomore season so well that the NBA came calling. And he answered. Among the current roll of SEC schools, only Kentucky has produced more early entries into the NBA Draft since 2011 than Georgia. The latest -- a lottery selection in June by Detroit of Caldwell-Pope -- solidifies a exemplary track record by Fox, who has developed nine draftees in the past seven years. KCP’s leaving also makes it seem somewhat like the 2012 season. That year, the premature forays into the NBA Draft by Trey Thompkins and Travis Leslie depleted an already thin

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Georgia front line. The coming season, however, feels a little different. Even without CaldwellPope, the Bulldogs appear better equipped to withstand such a significant loss this time around. “This year we have a little more depth around us,” Fox said. “We have more people whose natural progression would be to take on more minutes. That’s a luxury we didn’t have before.” It’s important to pause and ponder the season that propelled Caldwell-Pope into elite draft status. He started slowly, as did Georgia, but played the conference season better than any SEC combatant. At least, so said the Associated Press and the league’s head coaches, both of whom named him as their Player of the Year. With his team-best 18.5 points and 7.1 rebounds, Caldwell-Pope led Georgia to a 15-17 overall mark and a 9-9 record in SEC play. It marked just the third time in the past 10 years that a Georgia squad posted a .500 worksheet in conference games. The Bulldogs climbed into contention with a 5-game win streak amidst conference play. That represented the longest such streak at Georgia in 12 years. Three of those five games were on the road and in fact, the Dogs came within a hair’s breadth of winning their last seven road games. In addition to Caldwell-Pope’s historic play, the Bulldogs got solid contributions from their freshman class. This talented trio is expected to shoulder a significant load in the coming season. “We no longer have that luxury of KCP,

Brandon Morris started 20 of Georgia’s last 24 games as a freshman in 2013.


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Redshirt junior forward Marcus Thornton is “the best I’ve felt mentally and, more important, it’s the best I’ve felt physically.” That’s a mouthful coming from someone that has spent much of the past two seasons with knee problems.

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so we will need our young guys to take Frontcourt on bigger roles,” Fox said. “That is, in Experience will certainly be an essence, the challenge for those guys asset with Georgia’s frontcourt. The and a big part of what kind of team Bulldogs’ returning big men combined we’re going to have this season. They to score over 600 points in over 2700 need to take that next step toward minutes last becoming major season. Those contributors.” numbers should “This year we have a little These increase in sophomores-tomore depth around us and we only 2014. be aren’t the only return more guys. We have Williams ones from whom (6-9, Sr.) and more people whose natural productive roles Brandon Morris are expected. The progression would be to take (6-7, So.) are upperclassmen the Bulldogs’ on more minutes. That’s a on this 2014 two returning Georgia roster luxury we didn’t have before.” starters from last are all capable — Head Coach Mark Fox season. Each of emerging as has displayed stars in any given moments in his game. career that hint of a prominent role. Donte’ Williams, Georgia’s lone Williams is the most experienced senior, is its top returning rebounder member of the 2014 Bulldogs. He has and a proven scorer as well. Nemi started for most of the past two seasons, Djurisic has led the Bulldogs in scoring during which he led Georgia in blocked several times in his two seasons. And shots and offensive rebounds. He’s also Marcus Thornton is another versatile displayed a knack for performing in big and valuable player, provided his health games; two of his career-best outings allows him to return to top form. have come in the past two games vs. Add to this group a sizable influx Kentucky. of new faces, some of whom figure to Morris made considerable progress play prominent roles in due time. All of after taking over the starter’s job at the these factors should make for a busy forward position in December. He closed preseason. the regular season with perhaps his best As the preseason begins, here’s game, a 12-point effort at Alabma that a best-guess picture of the Bulldogs’ included two of the four 3-point goals he personnel: made all season. Nemi Djurisic (6-8, Jr.) is another valuable piece in Georgia’s collection of inside players. Backcourt Breakdown He ranked second behind KCP in scoring '1' position (Point Guard) last season, despite Starter Lost:....................Ht., Wt., Cl., Exp............ Hometown Vincent Williams.................... 6-0, 160, Sr., 3L..............Homestead, Fla. starting only 10 games 2012-13 Averages: 5.0 ppg, 1.6 rpg, 2.1 apg and averaging just 22 Williams notes: Tough, experienced senior who started 24 games but minutes per contest. split time at point guard almost 50/50 with the rookie Mann. Having shown a vast Top Candidates in 2013: Charles Mann (6-5, So.) won Freshman All-SEC honors last season. Is expected to take over the lead guard array of offensive skills, spot after finding prosperity off the bench as a freshman. Brings size, and the potential to athleticism and an aggressive approach to the position. J.J. Frazier score at least 20 points (5-10, Fr.) is a swift, smooth-shooting lefty that should provide solid backup minutes for Mann. in a given game, he’ll certainly be counted ‘2’ Position (guard) upon for leadership on Starter Lost:....................Ht., Wt., Cl., Exp............ Hometown that side of the court. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.... 6-5, 205, So., 2L............... Greenville, Ga. Thornton could also 2012-13 Averages: 18.5 ppg, 7.1 rpg, 1.8 apg KCP Notes: Named SEC Player of the Year in 2013. Decision to turn be an important part of pro proved a wise one after he was taken eighth overall by the Detroit this equation in 2014. Pistons in the ‘13 NBA Draft. Knee problems have Top Candidates: Kenny Gaines (6-3, Fr.) took awhile to acclimate to the college game, but once he did, he made valuable contributions last caused him to miss season. Displayed a late-season penchant for scoring in bursts. parts of the past two Juwan Parker (6-4, Fr.) has shown promise in early workouts and should seasons. They also contend for court time behind Gaines.

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2013-14 Outlook consideration in the lineup. His uncanny skill around the basket make him quite effective in getting to and finishing around the basket.

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Nemi Djurisic is the Bulldogs’ top returning scorer, despite starting just 10 games in 2013.

enabled him to take a medical redshirt season in 2013, when he underwent surgery after playing in nine games. At the time of his injury, Thornton was Georgia’s top rebounder and a valuable, blue-collar type of player. “It all comes down to how healthy Marcus is going to feel, and we think he’s on a good track for recovery,” Fox said in July. “A healthy Marcus is very powerful at the rim, he’s been a terrific rebounder and defender for us, and the healthier he is, the better overall contributor he is.” Juniors John Cannon (6-10) and Tim Dixon (6-10) should also see meaningful minutes in the frontcourt. Both showed marked improvement as sophomores, a curve that should continue upward in their third seasons. C annon enjoyed his best outing of the 2013 season in a 62-54 win over Southern Cal. The junior contributed 10 points, seven rebounds and a blocked shot in just 20 minutes against the Trojans. His effort, in fact, proved vital to one of Georgia’s best non-conference wins of the season. Dixon was one of just three nonstarters to see action in all 32 games last season. His top effort in SEC play was perhaps his 6-rebound, 2-block outing in 16 minutes at Ole Miss. One of Georgia’s newcomers, junior-college transfer Cameron Forte (6-7, So.) could contend for significant playing time this season. His offensive skills alone -- he averaged 22.5 points in his only Juco season, after setting an Arizona state prep record of 36 points per game in 2011 -- should warrant serious

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With CaldwellPope coming back, the Bulldogs would have boasted one of college basketball’s most promising backcourts. Without him, they’ll still be plenty effective on the perimeter. That’s mostly because of returning sophomores Charles Mann (6-4) and Kenny Gaines (6-3). Though Mann started eight games as a freshman last season, he found greater prosperity as a reserve. Eventually, he earned starter’s minutes coming off the bench and was named to the SEC AllFreshman team by the league’s coaches. Six times during the SEC schedule Mann scored in double figures. He also led Georgia in assists and displayed a knack for getting to the free-throw line. Indeed, only four other SEC players reached the

charity stripe more often than Mann last season. Just six players in the SEC scored more points at the line than Mann. Those figures are a somewhat surprising feat from a point guard. “Charles played somewhat cautiously early last season, but in fairness to him, we pretty much threw him into the fire,” Fox said. “He finished the season with a confident and aggressive persona. He now has a bright future ahead of him.” Gaines, meanwhile, gradually worked his way into an everyday role on last year’s team. Once he did, though, he proved capable of key contributions, including double-figure scoring in three conference games. Two of those games occurred consecutively in January, as the Bulldogs were building their 5-game SEC win streak. Both times, Gaines exploded off the bench to score major points in the second half. Fox likened the career paths of Mann and Gaines to that of Caldwell-Pope in that all three assumed key roles earlier than the ideal time. The current pair, he says, will benefit just as KCP did. “They must take that next step toward becoming consistent, major-minute players,” he said. “In the offseason, these guys have welcomed that challenge.” Beyond Mann and Gaines, there is depth in the Georgia backcourt, but it is

Frontcourt Breakdown ‘3’ Position (Wing)

Starter Returning.................. Ht., Wt., Cl., Exp................................................. Hometown Brandon Morris....................... 6-7, 215, So., 1L................................................. Lithonia, Ga. 2012-13 Averages: 4.1 ppg, 2.3 rpg, 16.3 mpg, 39.2% FG, 64% FTs Morris Notes: Started 20 of the last 24 games of ‘13 season. Had plenty enough bright moments to portend of greater things down the road. Other Candidates: Marcus Thornton (6-8, RJr.) received a medical redshirt after playing in nine early games last season. Started seven of those nine games and was the Dogs’ top rebounder when his season ended because of knee problems. Juco transfer Cameron Forte (6-7, So.) brings good size and a penchant for inside scoring. Houston Kessler (68, RFr.) should contend for court time with a redshirt year of strengthening under his belt. Kenny Paul Geno (6-6, Fr.) features athletic ability and a solid outside shot.

‘4’ Position (forward)

Starter Returning.................. Ht., Wt., Cl., Exp................................................... Hometown Donte’ Williams....................... 6-9, 225, Sr., 3L................................................ Ellenwood, Ga. 2012-13 Averages: 5.1 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 22.7 mpg, 45.7% FGs, 54.4% FTs Williams Notes: Solid, if quiet junior season in ‘13, with enough moments of strong play to remind all why he was team’s most improved player as a sophomore. Other Candidates: Nemi Djurisic (6-8, Jr.,) is Georgia’s top returning scorer at 7.9 ppg, despite starting in just 10 games. It could be difficult to keep him from first-team status. Tim Dixon (6-10, Jr.) showed measurable improvement in his second collegiate season and is expected to increase his contributions.

‘5’ Position (center)

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

John Florveus......................... 6-11, 240, Sr., 2L..................................................... Miami, Fla. 2012-13 Averages: 2.5 ppg, 3.2 rpg, 17.6 mpg, 46.4% FGs, 42.3% FTs Florveus Notes: One of the team’s most improved players in 2013. Had 17 blocked shots. Top Candidates: Donte’ Williams could contend for a starting job at this position. He certainly has plenty of experience there. John Cannon (6-10, Jr.) earned a more prominent role as the 2013 season transpired. His improvement should continue in his junior year.


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Donte’ Williams is the Bulldogs’ most experienced player, having started for much of the past two seasons.

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largely inexperienced and unproven. Houston Kessler (6-8, RFr.) originally signed with the Bulldogs in the spring of 2012. His redshirt season, however, enabled him to grow another another inch and to sharpen a potent outside shooting stroke. He is included among the perimeter players because of his likely station at a swing position. It is hoped that Kessler can develop along a similar arc to that of his father Chad, or perhaps even his uncle Alec, each of whom acquired a high level of skill as Bulldogs in the 1980s. The same can possibly be said for true freshman Kenny Paul Geno (6-6). Like Kessler, he also has long-range shooting ability and unusual athleticism, which he uses to play frequently above the rim. Native Oklahoman Juwan Parker (6-4, Fr.) signed with Georgia knowing that Caldwell-Pope stood a fair chance of returning for his junior year. Now that KCP is gone, though, he’ll get an ample opportunity to earn his place in the rotation. Fox has described him

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As a freshman reserve in 2013, Kenny Gaines displayed a penchant for big scoring in short bursts. He’ll be needed for more continuous production as a sophomore.

as being the most physically ready to against teams that played in the 2013 contribute of the freshman class. He postseason. Other noteworthy features has also praised the sturdy rookie for his of the schedule include an appearance intelligence and ability to catch on quickly. in the popular Charleston Classic F ellow tournament freshman J.J. in November, Frazier (5-10) during which “I really like the balance we figures to play a the Bulldogs have. We might not have a key role as Mann’s will face 2-time proven superstar that we can Southern chief understudy in 2013-14. What Conference showcase, but we have more Frazier lacks in champ Davidson capable pieces across the size, he more than in the first round compensates for on Nov. 21. board.” it in athletic ability They’ll complete — Head Coach Mark Fox a home-andand a smooth shooting touch. home series Those two things against George by themselves Washington should make him a prime candidate for with a Jan. 3 game in the nation’s court time. capital. They’ll start another series with All three of Georgia’s walk-ons reside Pac-12 foe Colorado, another NCAA in the backcourt. Junior Taylor Echols Tournament team from 2013, in a Dec. played in three games last season and 28 contest in Boulder. Georgia recently he’ll get an opportunity to contribute as a completed a series against the Buffs in reserve point guard. Freshman Brandon the 2011-12 seasons. Young of Atlanta, who also starred at linebacker for 2012 state semifinalist Marist, will get a similar chance to shore up Georgia’s depth in the backcourt. The Bulldogs’ third walk-on, freshman Dusan Langura, will be redshirting this season while he mends a reconstructed knee. The native of Switzerland attended Furtah Prep in in Acworth, Ga., where he set records with his 3-point shooting. Langura is attending UGA on a scholarship he earned through his compulsory, 1-year obligation to the Swiss military. So the obvious reaction to KCP’s departure -- to the outside observer, at least -- would be one of despair. Yet this time around, the Bulldogs appear vastly more able to offset such a loss, and even thrive perhaps. “I really like the balance we have,” Fox said. “We might not have a proven superstar that we can showcase, but we have more capable pieces across the board.”

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2013-14 Notebook Heady Times for KCP Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was taken by the Detroit Pistons as the eighth overall pick of the 2013 NBA Draft on June 27. Given his rarified draft status, it’s hard to fathom that even entering the Draft was a difficult decision. KCP’s selection made all kinds of history. He became the 35th Bulldog of all time drafted and the highest Bulldog drafted since the Human Highlight Film himself, Dominique Wilkins, was taken third by Utah in the 1982 Draft. Not since Jarvis Hayes was taken 10th by Washington in the 2003 Draft was a Georgia player selected in the Lottery. KCP also became the ninth NBA Draftee in the past seven years of Mark Fox’s head coaching career, and also his third 1st-rounder. Early returns from Summer League camp have been quite promising for KCP, who led the Pistons squad in scoring three out of five times in the first phase of the schedule.

Staff Changes for 2013-14 For the first time of his 4+ seasons in Athens, head coach Mark Fox made changes to his immediate coaching staff. Three-year UGA letterman (200204) Jonas Hayes was promoted from Operations Coordinator to Assistant Coach. A native Atlantan, Hayes returned to UGA in 2011 after serving as an Assistant Coach at Belmont Abbey in North Carolina for five seasons. He had also assisted the programs at South Carolina State, Morehouse and his alma mater, Douglass High School, after graduating from UGA in 2004. To replace Hayes in the Coordinator’s

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope became the second-highest NBA draftee in UGA history when he was taken eighth overall by the Pistons last June.

position, Fox hired Byron Samuels in May of 2013. The Winston-Salem, N.C., native, is a veteran of the collegiate ranks whose career includes head coaching stops at Hampton, Radford and, most lastly, at Hillsborough Community College, where he coached recent UGA alum John Florveus. Samuels is a veteran of SEC basketball, having assisted four Tennessee teams that earned NCAA Tournament berths.

Much Work To Do The NCAA approved an adjustment in the scheduling of pre-season practice for the coming season. Now teams will have six weeks instead of four to squeeze in their 30 days of practice. As a result, the Bulldogs will open practice this fall on Friday, Sept. 27. They’ll have much work ahead of them as they prepare for the coming season. Foremost on the list of tasks is to compensate for the loss of Caldwell-Pope, who contributed mightily in every statistical category. Thanks mostly to KCP, Georgia loses 52 percent of its scoring from last year, 61 percent of its rebounding (He led the Bulldogs in both.) and 42 percent of all

New Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer brought his team to the Bulldogs’ practice facility to tip off its 2013 preseason camp. The Hawks held their first three days of camp in Athens and came away impressed. “These are worldclass facilities,” Budenholzer said after Day One.

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minutes played. From an offensive standpoint, Georgia will need to replace a large chunk of its outside scoring production. Its top three perimeter shooters (KCP, Brantley and V. Williams) accounted for 75 percent of last year’s 3-point field goals and have graduated.

djurisic is dogs' top scorer Junior forward Nemi Djurisic is Georgia's top returning scorer for the 2013-14 season. The 6-8 native of Montnegro averaged 7.9 points during the entirety of the season, 7.8 during 18 SEC games. This marks the first time in nine years that Georgia has no doublefigure scorer coming back from the previous season. In the 2004-05 season, Levi Stukes was the Bulldogs' highestscoring returnee at 9.5 points. The 7.9 ppg average by Djurisic is the smallest average by the highest-scoring returnee since Ray Harrison led the 1996-97 Bulldogs with a 6.3 scoring average.

mann is the man Charles Mann enjoyed one of the best seasons by a freshman guard in Georgia history last year. The Alpharetta resident ranked third on the team in scoring at 6.7 points per game. He led the Bulldogs in assists with 92 and freethrow attempts with 170. All of the above numbers were excellent considering he started just eight of 32 games and averaged 21.5 minutes per contest. Mann's 92 assists, in fact, were the most by a freshman guard since Dustin Ware's 108 in 2009. Ware started 17 games and averaged over 25 minutes that season. Mann's 170 trips to the free throw line ­-- fifth-best total in the SEC last season -- were the most by a Georgia freshman guard since Litterial Green tried 187 foul shots in his rookie season of 1989.


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allowed the game to become so physical that you either have to make a ‘3’ or overpower people at the rim. So the truest forms of basketball have disappeared in a lot of ways. Ultimately, I think the rule changes will be good for our game.” Other tweaks to the rulebook, small but significant, include the following: • Monitor reviews will be allowed in the last two minutes of regulation and overtime so officials can see if a shot clock violation occurred and to determine who caused the ball to go out of bounds on a deflection involving two or more players. The use of the monitor was also approved to determine which player committed a foul when there is uncertainty after a call has been made. • Officials will now use the monitor to determine if elbow contact above the shoulders was a flagrant 2, flagrant 1, common foul or no call. When the officials use the monitor to review a situation that is not called on the floor, the only options are flagrant 2, flagrant 1 or no foul. It is believed that using the monitor will help eliminate the non-deserving flagrant 1 fouls in particular.

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Pts. Rebs. Asts. Blks. Stls. Min. FGM FGA 3FGM 3FGA FTM FTA Starts

1020 (52.4) 641 (61.4) 202 (54.4) 92 (69.2) 82 (45.5) 3741 (57.5) 337 (53.0) 832 (53.4) 46 (24.5) 145 (27.6) 300 (61.7) 446 (63.7) 76 (47.5)

926 (47.5) 403 (38.6) 169 (45.6) 39 (29.3) 98 (54.4) 2759 (42.4) 299 (47.0) 725 (46.6) 142 (75.5) 381 (72.4) 186 (38.3) 254 (36.3) 84 (52.5)

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The table below breaks down every major statistical category and what the Bulldogs bring back in 2013-14 vs. what they lost from last season (broken down in total numbers & percentages).

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The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel approved last June a number of important changes to the way basketball games are officiated. Most of these changes are designed to improve the game’s offensive numbers, which reached a 30-year low during the 2013 season. The most prominent of these changes included: • Under the revised block/charge call in men’s basketball, a defensive player is not permitted to move into the path of an offensive player once he has started his upward motion with the ball to attempt a field goal or pass. If the defensive player is not in legal guarding position by this time, it is a blocking foul. Previously, a defender had to be in legal guarding position when the offensive player lifted off the floor. It is believed that the rule change will: 1) Allow for more offensive freedom; 2) Provide clarity for officials in making this difficult call; and 3) Enhance the balance between offense and defense. Additionally, officials will be required to adhere to new points of emphasis, all designed to encourage “freedom of movement” in the game of basketball. They include: 1) When a defensive player keeps a hand or forearm on an opponent; 2) When a defensive player puts two hands on an opponent; 3) When a defensive player continually jabs by extending his arm(s) and placing a hand or forearm on the opponent; 4) When a player uses an arm bar to impede the progress of an opponent. Coaches nationwide have advised that these new points of emphasis will require some time for adjustment. “I’ll have to remind myself on game night because there will be more fouls and more free throws,” said Georgia coach Mark Fox. “We’ve

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With Marcus Thornton receiving a medical redshirt season from 2013, Donte’ Williams became the Bulldogs’ lone senior this season. He is already the most experienced Bulldog, having started 59 games in the past two seasons. That’s more than twice the total of Thornton, who is second on the team in career starts with 27, including seven in his truncated season of 2013. Williams enters this season with 471 career points, second among all Bulldogs behind Nemi Djurisic, who has tallied 475 in two seasons.

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“The toughest part was getting half naked in front of 90,000 people,” said Georgia coach Mark Fox of his day with the UGA Spike Squad.

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Conference expansion manifests itself in many strange ways, not the least of which occurs in scheduling. Georgia fans noticed this oddity most recently as their football team travels to Auburn in consecutive seasons. This season their basketball team will experience one of the oddest quirks to its schedule in years. Kentucky will not travel to Athens for a game this season for the first time since the 1962-63 season. Same for Tennessee. For Florida, which also won’t play a game in Athens this season, the last time it didn’t play in Athens was in 1961-62. The Gators are the most frequent opponent in UGA hoops history. It took a World War to keep all three schools out of Athens together in the same season the last time. Not since the 194344 season -- when Georgia played just 17 games and dotted its schedule with random groups like Lawson General Hospital and Robins Airfield -- has this phenomenon occurred.

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Call it a win-win for all participants involved. Georgia coach Mark Fox, however, wants to make sure that proper credit is given where it’s due in his appearance this fall with the UGA “Spike Squad” (see photo to the right). At home Georgia football games, this group resides on the front row of the student section at Sanford Stadium. They identify themselves with red & black body paint and wigs, along with spiked shoulder pads and a certain esprit de corps. During the first quarter of Georgia’s wild 44-41 win over 6th-ranked LSU, Fox made a surprise, fully-garbed appearance as a Spike Squad guest member. His presence was broadcast to the 90,000-plus in attendance over the giant video board, in addition to countless tweets emanating from the Stadium that day. Invaluable publicity for Fox’s team? No doubt, but the coach insists that is not why he dressed up and made foolish as he did. “It was totally the idea of the kids that are in the club,” he said. Fox later donned a slightly lesser version of the gear for Georgia’s second annual “Basketbash” pep rally to start the 2014 season.

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Q&A with Coach Fox Q. How would you characterize the Georgia team that you are expecting this season? A. “We have a team that I’m excited about. We lost the best player in the league, a lottery pick in the NBA Draft, but even if he had returned, we would have been a more balanced offensive team. We will need that balance. I think we finally have a level of experience and physicality and a full complement of players. I haven’t been able to say that the past couple of years, so it’s a team I am excited about. “We have a deeper team this year. We finally return players this year at every position who have played significant minutes. So I see in practice a team that’s a little more comfortable and hopefully that will work to our advantage.” Q. How do you anticipate replacing KCP’s offensive output? A. “It has to be a lot of guys. Kenny Gaines is obviously the player most likely to replace Kentavious in the lineup, but we can’t say “Hey, Kenny, go get 20 a night” because that’s not fair. So we’ll need to replace him by committee. And I expect us to miss him early in the season as we adjust to that because he was such a great player. I do think we’ve had a terrific offseason and these guys are excited about playing.” Q. What type of contributions do you expect from your freshmen this season? A. “The past couple of years, we’ve had to play our freshmen such massive amounts of minutes. Nemi started a lot of games, Kentavious also as a freshman. Charles and Brandon again this past year. This year’s freshman class… they might start, but we don’t HAVE to start them like we have in the past. That’s a big difference. What we expect from them is that they will contribute. With Kentavious leaving early, there are a lot of minutes we’ve got to fill and we need some of those young kids to step in and play.” Q. What are you expecting from Kenny Gaines this season? A. “Kenny was kind of a wild colt out of the gate last season. Just getting him to play under control was the challenge early last year. He’s been really productive in practice. The advantage that Kenny Gaines and Charles Mann have, for instance, in the backcourt is 38

“This year’s freshman class...they might start, but we don’t HAVE to start them like we have in the past. That’s a big difference.” — Coach Mark Fox

that they were able to see Kentavious’ maturity as a sophomore, how he struggled early last year and then made the adjustments. But Kenny’s been been a pretty efficient player and has shot the ball well. He’s been a pretty complete player in the preseason.” Q. And your thoughts and expectations for Charles Mann? A. “ I think Charles played somewhat cautiously early as a freshman, but he was able to. In fairness to him, we pretty much threw him in the fire early on. I think he relaxed late in the year, came off the bench but played the starter’s minutes and gained a great deal of confidence. He finished the year with a very self-assured and aggressive persona. I would expect him as a sophomore to take a larger leadership role, really just to take that next step toward becoming a full-time, major-minute player. We felt like he could get to the basket. He’s got great size for his position, he’s got a really good, natural feel for the game. He’s worked hard to improve his shooting and his range. Charles has a really bright future. Q. And the same for Brandon Morris? A. “Brandon was thrown into the fire after Marcus was injured last year. And, I thought, he was just trying to do his part last year. I think he was just playing not to hurt us. Now he’s improved his game, he’s stronger, more confident, more aggressive and I think now he’ll play to

really help us. He had some of the best off-season workouts of anyone on our team. “Brandon, like the others, needs to take that next step toward becoming major contributors. That is, in essence, the challenge for those three guys and a big part of what kind of team we’re going to have this season. If Kentavious stays, then we have four terrific perimeter players who are experienced and ready to roll. Now we don’t have that luxury, so we will need these young guys to take on bigger roles.” Q. What can you realistically expect from Marcus Thornton this season? A. “A healthy Marcus Thornton is very powerful at the rim. He’s been a terrific rebounder and defender for us. He’s a guy…the healthier he is, the better he can score the ball. He’s been through a lot in the last three years. He’s worked so hard to regain the confidence in his body and his game. We’ve had arguments because I’ve tried to kick him out of the gym. I’ve even had the lights turned off to keep him out of the gym. I plan to keep an eye on him to try and keep him fresh. Maybe give him an extra day off here and there. He really has returned to form and hopefully he can stay healthy and have a great year. He’s playing very explosively right now. Will he ever be a 40-inch vertical guy again? I’m not sure. He’s obviously gotten stronger and gained a lot of weight since then, but he’s a pretty


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Q. What are your thoughts on the new points of emphasis in officiating for this season?

Q. How was the experience of having the Atlanta Hawks at the Bulldogs’ training facility? A. “The Hawks were great to have here. It’s a great partnership we have with them. I think the facility worked out really well for them and we were able to strengthen our relationship with them, and they were very open with what they were trying to teach. So it was really a good deal on both sides.”

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Q. How do you use KCP’s draft success as recruiting tool? A. “Kids nowadays want to go to the NBA, so it’s important to show them that. Our history of player development is something we’re very proud of. Kentavious was a McDonald’s All-American, but from Year One to Year Two he was a lot better player. So, even a kid who was a great player in high school can go to college and get better if he goes to the right place. Hopefully we can use that to our advantage.”

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Q. Do you anticipate how long you’ll have a player like Kentavious when you sign him? A. “We do. There are always some surprise decisions with early entries. Kentavious was a guy whom we thought might go after his sophomore year. Probably would go after his junior year. So, in the event that he might leave after his second year, we brought in Kenny Gaines. Last year we brought in Juwan Parker in the class right behind him so we would be prepared for his departure as best we could. When Travis and Trey left, however, we weren’t prepared at all with our roster makeup, so we had to do the best we could.”

Q. What’s the story behind your participation in the Spike Squad? A. “Some students from the Spike Squad contacted me. I asked them to come by the office, so four of them showed up and asked me if I’d do it for the LSU game. I told ‘em that I could do it for about a quarter because of recruiting and they said that was fine. One other thing I told them: I said I can’t do it unless Coach Richt lets me use his shower to clean up. So I called him and he said I could use it under one condition: that he never have to dress up for one of our games. I said it’s a deal. “These kids just asked me to do it. They made me pay dues. I’ll give the kid a lot of credit for asking, but I had to pay dues just like the rest of ‘em. It worked out great, we got a lot of publicity out of it, but it was totally the idea of those kids that are in the club. We’ve had a great reaction from our fans. I said that I’d retired the paint, but if Coach Richt asked me to do it again, I’d probably do it just for him. It was a lot of fun. The tough part was getting half naked in front of 90,000 people.”

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Q. How do you feel about moving the SEC Tournament to Nashville on a semi-permanent basis, and what are your thoughts about a dome setting vs. an arena setting? A. “I’m a little selfish when I say I’d like to see the tournament in Atlanta some, but Nashville has done a great job. Atlanta does get the football championship every

Q. How do you feel about the quirks in the conference scheduling this season? A. “We don’t have Florida, Kentucky or Tennessee in Athens this year. Those are typically great draws for us, so it will affect our attendance this year. We’re not happy about that. It’s just one of the quirks of the new model and the price we pay for expansion of the league, so we’ll have to live with it.”

Coaches & Support

Q. Who are some of the freshmen that have caught your eye thus far in early workouts? A. “Kenny Paul Geno has been a nice surprise for us so far. He’s a relentless worker. We had an NBA guy in at practice the other day and he kept saying, “I like No. 25.” He’s a pretty versatile kid. He can rebound, he can shoot the 3, he’s very athletic at the rim. He still has no idea what he’s doing, but I think he’ll be a good player for us. He’s been a real plus for the team so far. “Juwan Parker is off to a good start. Like most freshmen, he’s a little overwhelmed with all that he’s trying to absorb and learn. But he’s a talented player. He’s stronger than most freshmen, so the physical adjustment for him shouldn’t be as big. He and Kenny Gaines have been going at it pretty hard for that open spot.”

Player Bios

powerful athlete right now.”

year, so we probably shouldn’t get too greedy. Ultimately, Nashville has been a great host and I think it will be good for the tournament in the long run. “I do think that being in an arena adds to the atmosphere. A dome can be so massive that it loses that intimate feel. With the new stadium in Atlanta, how that’s going to be set up for basketball, I don’t know. But I think it’d be real intriguing to look at.”

A. I will certainly welcome the points of emphasis. I’ll have to remind myself on game night because there will be more fouls and more free throws. Scoring in college basketball last year was at a 30-year low, and it’s not because the players are bad. We’ve allowed the game to become so physical that you either have to make a ‘3’ or overpower people at the rim. So the truest forms of basketball have disappeared in a lot of ways. Ultimately, I think the rule changes will be good for our game. I think the national emphasis on it shows that a lot of people see it that way. “I think the game simply deteriorated. Our game’s not as popular as it was 1520 years ago. I think the game is going to be better off, if they follow through with the emphasis.”

2013-14 Outlook

“I think we finally have a level of experience and physicality and a full complement of players. I haven’t been able to say that the past couple of years, so it’s a team I am excited about. — Coach Mark Fox

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2013-14 Roster Information

Letterwinners Returning (9, listed in descending PPG average; *2013 Starter) No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown (Prev. School) G-GS F 6-8 230 Jr.-2L Podgorica, Montenegro (South Kent, Conn.) 32-10 42 Nemanja Djurisic 4 Charles Mann* G 6-5 210 So.-1L Alpharetta, Ga. (Milton) 32-8 F 6-9 225 Sr.-3L Ellenwood, Ga. (Miller Grove) 29-27 15 Donte Williams* 31 Brandon Morris F 6-7 215 So.-1L Lithonia, Ga. (Miller Grove) 32-20 2 Marcus Thornton F 6-8 235 RJr.-2L Atlanta, Ga. (Westlake) 9-7 G 6-3 195 So.-1L Atlanta, Ga. (Whitefield Academy) 30-0 12 Kenny Gaines 41 John Cannon C 6-10 240 Jr.-2L Burnsville, N.C. (Mountain Heritage) 27-2 F/C 6-10 230 Jr.-2L Columbus, Ga. (Oldsmar, Fla., Christian) 32-2 5 Tim Dixon 10 Taylor Echols# G 6-1 160 Jr.-1L McDonough, Ga. (Eagles Landing Christ.) 3-0 Newcomers (7, listed in alphabetical order) No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. 11 Cameron Forte F 6-7 220 So.-Tr. 30 J.J. Frazier G 5-10 150 Fr.-HS 25 Kenny Paul Geno F 6-6 200 Fr.-HS F 6-8 225 RFr.-SQ 24 Houston Kessler 20 Dusan Langura# G 6-4 210 Fr.-HS G 6-4 200 Fr.-HS 3 Juwan Parker 14 Brandon Young# G 5-10 160 Fr.-HS

PPG 7.9 6.7 5.1 4.1 3.8 3.7 2.6 1.8 0.0

RPG 4.3 3.1 4.8 2.3 4.4 1.1 1.8 2.2 0.0

APG 1.4 2.9 0.2 0.7 1.0 0.3 0.1 0.4 0.0

PPG 13.2 2.9 1.8 1.7

RPG 5.2 1.0 1.8 0.8

APG 1.2 1.4 0.2 0.4

Hometown (Prev. School) Tempe, Ariz. (Howard Coll./McClintock HS) Glennville, Ga. (Faith Baptist Christian) Booneville, Miss. (Booneville) Newnan, Ga. (Landmark Christian) Romont, Switzerland (Furtah, Ga., Prep) Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington) Atlanta, Ga. (Marist)

Letterwinners Lost (4, listed in descending PPG average; *2013 Starter) No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl.-Exp. Hometown (Prev. School) 1 Kentavious Caldwell-Pope* G 6-5 205 So.-1L Greenville, Ga. (Greenville) 11 Vincent Williams G 6-0 165 Sr.-3L Homestead, Fla. (North Dade) 32 John Florveus F/C 6-11 240 Sr.-1L Miami, Fla. (Hillsborough, Fla., CC) 23 Sherrard Brantley G 6-2 187 Sr.-2L. Dublin, Ga. (Dublin / NW Florida State CC) #Non-Scholarship Player

G-GS 32-31 32-11 32-3 29-0

Roster Miscellany • Starters Returning (2): Forwards Donte’ Williams and Brandon Morris. • Starters Lost (3): Guards - Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Vincent Williams. • Lettermen Returning: 9 (Listed above) • Lettermen Lost: 4 (Listed above) • Newcomers: 7 (Listed above...1 redshirt freshman, 4 high school products, 1 junior college transfer) • Seniors (1): Donte’ Williams • Juniors (4): Marcus Thornton (redshirt Jr.), John Cannon, Nemanja Djurisic, Tim Dixon • Sophomores (4): Cameron Forte, Kenny Gaines, Charles Mann and Brandon Morris • Freshman (4): Houston Kessler (redshirt Fr.), J.J. Frazier, Kenny Paul Geno, Dusan Langura, Juwan Parker, Brandon Young • Players by State/Country: Arizona (1) - Cameron Forte; Georgia (10) - Tim Dixon, Taylor Echols, J.J. Frazier, Kenny Gaines, Houston Kessler, Charles Mann, Brandon Morris, Marcus Thornton, Donte Williams, Brandon Young. Mississippi (1) - Kenny Paul Geno; North Carolina (1) - John Cannon; Oklahoma (1) - Juwan Parker; Montenegro (1) 40

Switzerland & Montenegro

- Nemanja Djurisic; Switzerland (1) Dusan Langura • Tallest Players: John Cannon and Tim Dixon are 6 feet, 10 inches tall. • Shortest Players: J.J. Frazier and Brandon Young are 5 feet, 10 inches tall • Heaviest Players: John Cannon weighs 240 lbs. Marcus Thornton weighs 235 lbs. • Lightest Player: J.J. Frazier weighs 150 lbs. Brandon Young and Taylor Echols weigh 160 pounds. • Oldest (as of Oct. 12, 2013): Tim Dixon (21 yrs., 11 mos.); Donte’ Williams (21 yrs., 6 mos.) • Youngest (as of Oct. 12, 2013): J.J. Frazier and Kenny Paul Geno were

both 18 years old as the season began. • In-Season Birthdays: Tim Dixon (Nov. 4), John Cannon (Nov. 22), Brandon Morris (Jan. 12), Houston Kessler (Jan. 19), Kenny Gaines (Jan. 28), Nemanja Djurisic (Feb. 23), Dusan Langura (Feb. 26). • Returning Statistical Leaders Scoring Nemi Djurisic................................7.9 Charles Mann...............................6.7 Rebounding Donte’ Williams.............................4.8 Marcus Thornton..........................4.4 Assists Charles Mann...............................2.9 Nemi Djurisic................................1.4 Minutes Nemi Djurisic................................24.4 Marcus Thornton..........................22.0 • Percentage of Returning Players by Statistics 1,020 of 1,946 points..................52% 641 of 1,044 indiv. rebounds......61% 202 of 371 assists......................54% 3741 of 6,500 minutes................58% • Pronunciations Donte’ Williams = DON - tay Nemanja Djurisic = ni – MAHN – ya sich Cameron Forte = FOR – tay Juwan Parker = JYOO – wahn Kenny Paul Geno = JEE – no

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2013-14 Quick Facts

UGA Athletic Association

2013-14 Personnel Breakdown Total Players: 16 Starters Returning: 2

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Media Information

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG 15 Donte’ Williams F 6-9 225 Sr. 5.1 31 Brandon Morris F 6-7 215 So. 4.1 Starters Lost: 3 1 Ken. Caldwell-Pope G 6-5 205 So. 18.5 11 Vincent Williams G 6-0 165 Sr. 5.0 32 John Florveus C 6-11 240 Sr. 2.5 Other Lettermen Returning: 7 4 Charles Mann G 6-5 210 So. 6.7 G 6-3 195 So. 3.7 12 Kenny Gaines 2 Marcus Thornton F 6-8 235 RJr. 3.8 41 John Cannon C 6-10 240 Jr. 2.6 42 Nemi Djurisic F 6-8 230 Jr. 7.9 5 Tim Dixon F 6-10 230 Jr. 1.8 10 Taylor Echols* G 6-1 160 So. 0.0 Other Lettermen Lost: 1 23 Sherrard Brantley G 6-2 185 Sr. 3.3 Newcomers: 7 3 Juwan Parker G 6-4 200 Fr. --11 Cameron Forte F 6-7 220 So. --14 Brandon Young* G 5-10 160 Fr. --20 Dusan Langura* G 6-4 210 Fr. --24 Houston Kessler F 6-8 225 RFr. --25 Kenny Paul Geno F 6-6 200 Fr. --30 J.J. Frazier G 5-10 150 Fr. --*Non-Scholarship Player

Georgia Bulldog Radio Network

History

Dir. of Sports Communications: Claude Felton (Georgia ‘70) Associate Directors: Tim Hix (Tennessee ‘84) (BBall) Christopher Lakos (Georgia ‘89) Mike Mobley (Georgia ‘89) Steve Colquitt (Georgia ‘89) Leland Barrow (Georgia ‘02) Assistant Directors: Ben Beaty (Auburn ‘07) Kate Burkholder (Rutgers ‘08) Jen Galas (South Carolina ‘07) Office Manager: Karen Huff Hix’s Email Address thix@sports.uga.edu SCD Telephone: (706) 542-1621 Courtside Phone: (706) 542-8052 Web site: www.georgiadogs.com Twitter: @UGAAthletics & UGABasketball Facebook: “Georgia Bulldogs

Final Records: 15-17 overall; 9-9 in SEC (t8th place) Home: 12-6, Road: 3-8, Neutral: 0-3 Post-Season Results: 0-1 in SEC Tournament

Records

UGA Sports Communications

2012-13 Season Facts

2012-13 in Review

Athletic Director Greg McGarity (Georgia ‘76) Exec. Associate Directors: Frank Crumley (Georgia ’88) Carla Williams (Georgia ’89) Senior Associate ADs: Claude Felton (Georgia ’70) Glada Horvat (Georgia ‘82) Jim Booz (UT-Martin ‘95) Ron Courson (Samford ‘85) Associate ADs: Alan Thomas (Kentucky ‘92) Ted White (Cal ‘88) Matt Brachowski (Missouri ‘93) Josh Brooks (LSU ‘02) Tim Cearley (Georgia ‘96) Assistant ADs: Charles Whittemore (Georgia ‘70) Stephanie Ransom (Georgia ‘99) Steve Flippen (UNC ‘98) Rhonda Kilpatrick (Georgia ‘82) Steve Bryant (Georgia ‘81) John Bateman (Georgia ‘91) Emily Deitz (Western Ky. ‘98) Executive Director, Bulldog Club Mark Slonaker (Georgia ‘79) UGAAA Phone: (706) 542-9037 UGA Ticket Office: 1-877-542-1231

Opponent Info

N4 UNC-Pembroke (Exhib.) N8 Wofford N15 Georgia Tech N21 Davidson* N22 Clemson/Temple* N24 Charleston Classic 3rd Round* N29 Appalachian State D2 Chattanooga D14 Lipscomb D19 Gardner-Webb D21 Western Carolina D28 at Colorado J3 at George Washington J8 at Missouri J11 Alabama J14 at Florida J18 Arkansas J22 South Carolina J25 at Kentucky J29 Vanderbilt F1 at Auburn F6 LSU F8 Texas A&M F12 at Mississippi State Ole Miss F15 F18 at Tennessee F22 at South Carolina F25 Missouri M1 at Arkansas M5 Mississippi State at LSU M8 M12-16 SEC Tournament @Atlanta, Ga. *Charleston Classic

Coaches & Support

2013-14 Schedule

Head Coach: Mark Fox (E. New Mexico ‘91) Coaching Record: at Nevada (2005-09) 123-43 (.741) at Georgia (4 seasons) 65-63 (.508) Totals (9 seasons) 188-106 (.639) Assistant Coaches: Philip Pearson (Alabama ‘93) Stacey Palmore (Livingstone ‘93) Jonas Hayes (Georgia ‘04) Director of Basketball Operations: Kent Davison (Sterling ‘72) Operations Coordinator: Byron Samuels (UNC-Asheville ‘86) Graduate Assistants: Matt Bucklin (Georgia ‘12) Basketball Trainer: Jarrett Schweim (Florida’ 06) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Sean Hayes (Springfield ‘96) Basketball Secretary: Pam Gauld Basketball Office Telephone: (706) 542-1432

Player Bios

Basketball Quick Facts

Location: Athens, Georgia Founded: 1785 Enrollment: 34,475 Nickname: Bulldogs Conference: Southeastern Colors: Red and Black Home Court: Stegeman Coliseum (Capacity: 10,523) All-Time Coliseum Record: 347-207 (.625) President: Jere Morehead (UGA JD ‘80) Faculty Chairman of Athletics: Prof. David Shipley (Oberlin ‘72)

2013-14 Outlook

General Information

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2013-14 Rosters Numerical No. Name

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Cl.-Exp.

Hometown (High School)

2

Marcus Thornton

F

6-8

235

RJr.-2L

Atlanta, Ga. (Westlake)

3

Juwan Parker

G

6-4

200

Fr.-HS

Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington)

4

Charles Mann

G

6-5

210

So.-1L

Alpharetta, Ga. (Milton)

5

Tim Dixon

F/C

6-10

230

Jr.-2L

Columbus, Ga. (Oldsmar, Fla., Christian)

10

Taylor Echols*

G

6-1

160

Jr.-SQ

McDonough, Ga. (Eagles Landing Christian)

11

Cameron Forte

F

6-7

220

So.-Tr.

Tempe, Ariz. (Howard (Texas) College)

12

Kenny Gaines

G

6-3

195

So.-1L

Atlanta, Ga. (Whitefield Academy)

14

Brandon Young*

G

5-10

160

Fr.-HS

Atlanta, Ga. (Marist)

15

Donte’ Williams

F

6-9

225

Sr.-3L

Ellenwood, Ga. (Miller Grove)

20

Dusan Langura*

G

6-4

210

Fr.-HS

Romont, Switzerland (Furtah, Ga., Prep)

24

Houston Kessler

F

6-8

225

RFr.-SQ

25

Kenny Paul Geno

F

6-6

200

Fr.-HS

Booneville, Miss. (Booneville)

30

J.J. Frazier

G

5-10

150

Fr.-HS

Glennville, Ga. (Faith Baptist Christian)

31

Brandon Morris

F

6-7

215

So.-1L

Lithonia, Ga. (Miller Grove)

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John Cannon

C

6-10

240

Jr.-2L

Burnsville, N.C. (Mountain Heritage)

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Nemanja Djurisic

F

6-8

230

Jr.-2L

Podgorica, Montenegro (South Kent, Conn.)

Pos.

Ht.

Wt.

Cl.-Exp.

C

6-10

240

Jr.-2L

Burnsville, N.C. (Mountain Heritage)

F/C

6-10

230

Jr.-2L

Columbus, Ga. (Oldsmar, Fla., Christian)

Newnan, Ga. (Landmark Christian)

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John Cannon

5

Tim Dixon

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Nemanja Djurisic

F

6-8

230

Jr.-2L

Podgorica, Montenegro (South Kent, Conn.)

10

Taylor Echols*

G

6-1

160

Jr.-SQ

McDonough, Ga. (Eagles Landing Christian)

11

Cameron Forte

F

6-7

220

So.-Tr.

Tempe, Ariz. (Howard (Texas) College)

30

J.J. Frazier

G

5-10

150

Fr.-HS

Glennville, Ga. (Faith Baptist Christian)

12

Kenny Gaines

G

6-3

195

So.-1L

Atlanta, Ga. (Whitefield Academy)

25

Kenny Paul Geno

F

6-6

200

Fr.-HS

Booneville, Miss. (Booneville)

24

Houston Kessler

F

6-8

225

RFr.-SQ

20

Dusan Langura*

G

6-4

210

Fr.-HS

Romont, Switzerland (Furtah, Ga., Prep)

4

Charles Mann

G

6-4

210

So.-1L

Alpharetta, Ga. (Milton)

31

Brandon Morris

F

6-7

215

So.-1L

Lithonia, Ga. (Miller Grove)

3

Juwan Parker

G

6-4

200

Fr.-HS

Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington)

2

Marcus Thornton

F

6-8

235

RJr.-2L

Atlanta, Ga. (Westlake)

15

Donte’ Williams

F

6-9

225

Sr.-3L

Ellenwood, Ga. (Miller Grove)

14

Brandon Young*

G

5-10

160

Fr.-HS

Atlanta, Ga. (Marist)

*Non-Scholarship Player

Pronunciations Donte’ Williams = DON - tay Nemanja Djurisic = ni – MAHN – ya Cameron Forte = FOR – tay Juwan Parker = JYOO – wahn Kenny Paul Geno = JEE – no

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Hometown (High School)

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Newnan, Ga. (Landmark Christian)


Player Bios

Sophomore Guard

Kenny Gaines

2013-14 Outlook

player profiles

Coaches & Support

Opponent Info 2012-13 in Review

Records

History

Media Information


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Donte’ Williams Forward 6-9, 225 Senior / 3 Letters Ellenwood, Ga. Miller Grove HS

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Donte’ Williams 2012-13 Season

2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats (*= Starter) Game

FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct.

Rebs PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN

0-4 .000 1-1 1.000 2-2 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 4-6 .667 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-1 .000

1+3=4 1+2=3 1+4=5 0+3=3 3+2=5 5+2=7 7+3=10 3+0=3 3+3=6 2+1=3 1+3=4

2 4 5 5 4 8 0 12 2 2 5 6 5 16 3 0 4 2 4 6 1 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

2 1 2 1 1 1 0 2 1 1 4

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

25 17 22 26 19 22 29 12 30 18 13

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---

3-9 .333 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-3 .667 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 0-2 .000 2-4 .500 2-5 .400 0-1 .000 3-5 .600 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 8-8 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 ---

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

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

0 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 1 2 1 1

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

25 29 34 29 22 28 16 22 13 30 31 24 30 27 18 21 14 12

5 2 14 2 2 6 4 4 4 4 10 6 5 4 2 10 0 2

0 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Career Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 TOTALS vs. SEC Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals

G-GS 30-0 32-32 29-27 91-59

Min-Avg. FG-FGA 179-6.0 7-26 829-25.9 95-200 659-22.7 59-129 1667-18.3 161-355

Pct. 3FG-3FGA .269 0-0 .475 0-0 .457 0-0 .454 0-0

Pct. FT-FTA .000 9-21 .000 59-108 .000 31-57 .000 99-186

Pct. Reb.-Avg. .429 12+25=37-1.2 .546 79+85=164-5.1 .544 59+80=139-4.8 .532 150+190=340-3.7

A TO BL 13 6 10 7 27 51 7 33 35 27 66 96

ST PF-DQ 1 30-1 11 106-7 9 98-7 21 234-15

Pts-Avg. 23-0.8 249-7.8 149-5.1 421-4.6

G-GS 15-0 16-16 17-16 48-32

Min-Avg. FG-FGA 88-5.9 2-13 440-27.5 52-104 414-24.4 30-71 942-19.6 84-188

Pct. 3FG-3FGA .154 0-0 .500 0-0 .423 0-0 .447 0-0

Pct. FT-FTA .000 3-4 .000 32-57 .000 24-42 .000 59-103

Pct. Reb.-Avg. .750 5+12=17-1.1 .561 42+40=82-5.1 .571 31+54=85-5.0 .573 78+106-184-3.8

A TO BL 8 3 3 5 11 29 5 16 25 18 30 57

ST PF-DQ 0 17-1 5 56-4 5 58-3 10 131-8

Pts-Avg. 7-0.5 136-8.5 84-4.9 227-4.7

Media Information

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History

JACKSONVILLE DNP DNP YOUNG. STATE SOUTHERN MISS 2-2 1.000 0-0 2-4 .500 0-0 Indiana* 3-5 .600 0-0 UCLA* EAST TENN. ST.* 6-7 .857 0-0 1-4 .250 0-0 South Florida* Georgia Tech* 3-7 .429 0-0 6-10 .600 0-0 IONA* 0-3 .000 0-0 MERCER* SOUTHERN CAL* 1-5 .200 0-0 3-5 .600 0-0 FLORIDA A&M* GEO. WASH.* 1-4 .250 0-0 Florida DNP (Susp.) MISS. STATE 1-3 .333 0-0 Missouri* 1-5 .200 0-0 LSU* 6-8 .750 0-0 FLORIDA* 1-4 .250 0-0 Texas A&M* 1-4 .250 0-0 AUBURN* 2-3 .667 0-0 South Carolina* 2-3 .667 0-0 Tennessee* 1-4 .250 0-0 TEXAS A&M* 2-4 .500 0-0 ALABAMA* 1-4 .250 0-0 Ole Miss* 4-8 .500 0-0 Arkansas 3-5 .600 0-0 S. CAROLINA* 1-4 .250 0-0 Vanderbilt* 2-3 .667 0-0 TENNESSEE* 1-4 .250 0-0 KENTUCKY 1-4 .250 0-0 Alabama* 0-1 .000 0-0 LSU (SECT)* 1-2 .500 0-0

Records

Points......... 17 vs. South Dakota State, Kentucky Rebounds..................... 13 vs. Wofford (11/11/11) Assists............................ 2 vs. Vandy, Tennessee Blocks................................6 vs. Florida (2/25/12) Steals...............................3 vs. Mercer (12/20/11) Minutes.......................37 vs. Vanderbilt (2/15/12) FG Made..........................7 vs. Kentucky (3/1/12) FG Attempts.... 13 vs. S. Dakota State (11/16/11) FT Made...........................8 vs. Kentucky (3/7/13) FT Attempts..........10 vs. South Carolina (3/3/12)

• A key player in one of the state’s top prep programs. • During Williams’ career at Miller Grove, the Wolverines won consecutive Class AAAA state championships in 2009-10. In 2009, they went 26-3 and in 2008 they won 27 of 33 games. • As a senior he averaged 13.1 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks per game. • Named the state’s 4A Player of the Year by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

2012-13 in Review

Career Highs

High school

Opponent Info

Full Name: Donte’ Dwayne Williams Birthdate/Birthplace: May 28, 1992 / Atlanta, Ga. Parents: Donny Williams and Travis Ingram Academic Major: Housing Nickname: Tay Favorite TV Show: Hey Arnold, Family Guy Websites I most often visit: Worldstarhiphop, Livemixtape, NiceKicks Definitely Among My Top 5 Favorite Movies: Players Club, Color Purple Favorite Beverage: Orange or Apple Juice Favorite Video Game: NBA 2K12, Call of Duty Favorite Subject: History Most Challenging Subject: Economics Non-Basketball Interests and Hobbies: Studying, Cooking My role models away from sports: My parents How my teammates would describe me: Funny, Cool, Chill Pre-Game Ritual: Pray Post-Game Ritual: Eat Superstitions: Sleep with my contacts in Favorite Non-Basketball Pro Team: Atlanta Falcons Sport I’d Most Like to Try: Boxing

• Played in 30 of 33 games as a freshman, averaging 6.0 minutes per outing. • Season scoring high of five points came in Georgia’s post-Christmas win over Charleston Southern. • Most active contribution likely came in another holiday game, when he chipped in four points and eight rebounds in 18 minutes vs. High Point. • The latter two numbers were season highs. • Longest stint in an SEC game was his 11-minute outing in the home finale vs. LSU. • Proved himself to be a good passer for a post player, with 13 assists in a limited role. • Only other double-figure minutes during SEC slate occurred in the Bulldogs’ narrow win at Arkansas.

Coaches & Support

Personal

• Rose from little-used backup to frontline starter in the course of one off-season. • Contributions improved dramatically as a result. • Was the Bulldogs’ only player to start all 32 games. • His 17-point outing vs. South Dakota State represented a major breakthrough. Matched his career high in loss at Kentucky. Five of his seven field goals against the Wildcats were dunks. • Led Georgia, in fact, with a team-high 51 dunks for the season. • Had a career-high six blocks in Georgia’s upset win over Florida. Led the Bulldogs in blocks with 51 and ranked 7th in the SEC in that category. • Scored in double figures 10 times and ranked 2nd on the team in rebounding. Led the team in offensive rebounds with 79 (2.5/game). • Career-best 13 rebounds came in season opener vs. Wofford.

2010-11 Season

Player Bios

2011-12 Season

• Scored nine points in the final 8 minutes as Georgia overcame a 7-point deficit to defeat South Dakota State.

2013-14 Outlook

• Had 10 points and eight rebounds in just 21 minutes in win over Kentucky. Eight of those points came from a career-best total of free throws made. Was a perfect 8-for-8 from the line in the game. • Notched his first career double-double in loss to Iona. • Played big role in Georgia’s 1st SEC win of season vs. LSU (14 pts. in season-high 34 minutes). • Nine rebounds in 2nd win over South Carolina were his second-highest total of the season. • Led the team in blocks (35) & offensive rebounds (2.1/game) for the second straight year.

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Player Profiles williams' 2010-11 Game-by-Game Statistics (*=Starter) Game

FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct.

MVSU 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- COLORADO at St. Louis 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Notre Dame Temple 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 Manhattan UAB DNP 0-1 .000 0-0 --- at Ga. Tech ARK. STATE 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- HIGH POINT at Mercer 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-5 .400 0-0 --- CHAS. SOU. EASTERN KY. 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- --- 0-0 --- KENTUCKY 0-0 at Vanderbilt 1-3 .333 0-0 --- at Ole Miss 0-1 .000 0-0 --- TENNESSEE 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 0-0 --- MISS. STATE FLORIDA DNP 0-0 --- 0-0 --- at Kentucky at Arkansas 0-2 .000 0-0 --- AUBURN 0-0 --- 0-0 --- XAVIER DNP 0-1 .000 0-0 --- at South Carolina VANDERBILT 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- at Tennessee at Florida 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 0-0 --- S. CAROLINA LSU 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-2 .000 0-0 --- at Alabama Auburn (SEC) 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Alabama (SEC) 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Washington (NCAA) 0-0 --- 0-0 ---

Rebs

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

.500 --- --- --- .000 .000

0+0=0 1+1=2 0+1=1 0+0=0 0+0=0 1+0=1

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

.000 --- 1.000 .250 .500 --- --- --- --- --- ---

2-2 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-3 0-0 0-0

PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN

1 2 3 0 1 1

2 0 0 0 0 2

1 0 0 0 0 0

1 1 0 0 0 1

0 1 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

4 6 5 3 9 6

2+0=2 0+1=1 2+6=8 0+0=0 0+2=2 1+0=1 0+0=0 1+0=1 0+3=3 0+0=0 1+1=2

1 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 5 0 2

0 0 4 1 5 2 0 2 0 0 0

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 1 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 7 18 1 17 2 4 5 8 7 6

1.000 --- .500

0+2=2 0+0=0 0+0=0

1 1 2

2 0 1

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 1 0

0 0 0

8 10 2

--- --- --- --- --- --- --- .000 --- ---

0+1=1 0+1=1 0+0=0 1+1=1 0+1=1 1+2=3 1+0=1 0+2=2 0+0=0 0+0=0

1 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0

1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

6 4 2 5 4 11 6 8 1 1

williams' 2011-12 Game-by-Game Statistics (*=Starter) Game

WOFFORD* BOWLING GREEN* SOUTH DAKOTA ST.* California* Notre Dame* at Xavier* at Colorado* CINCINNATI* GEORGIA TECH* at Southern Cal* MERCER* FURMAN* WINTHROP* DELAWARE STATE* ALABAMA* at Florida* at Vanderbilt* TENNESSEE* OLE MISS* KENTUCKY* at Auburn* at Tennessee* ARKANSAS* at Mississippi State* at South Carolina* VANDERBILT* at LSU* FLORIDA* at Kentucky* SOUTH CAROLINA* Mississippi State (SEC)* Vanderbilt (SEC)* 46

FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct.

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

.250 .333 .462 .600 .364 .250 .429 .375 .500 .500 .400 .571 .200 .625 .400 .375 .556 .500 .500 .667 .429 .250 .500 .625 .375 .333 .500 .667 .778 .000 .833 .000

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

Rebs

--- 1-2 .500 3+10=13 --- 0-0 --- 0+2=2 --- 5-6 .833 7+0=7 --- 0-0 --- 2+1=3 --- 1-5 .200 3+4=7 --- 1-2 .500 3+2=5 --- 5-8 .625 2+4=6 --- 2-2 1.000 2+2=4 --- 1-2 .500 2+1=3 --- 0-4 .000 1+2=3 --- 2-6 .333 3+5=8 --- 2-2 1.000 0+3=3 --- 3-4 .750 1+2=3 --- 2-2 1.000 6+3=9 --- 4-6 .667 1+2=3 --- 1-4 .250 3+3=6 --- 2-2 1.000 2+1=3 --- 3-5 .600 4+4=8 --- 2-6 .333 3+5=8 --- 0-0 --- 1+1=2 --- 3-4 .750 6+3=9 --- 0-0 --- 1+2=3 --- 0-0 --- 3+6=9 --- 1-4 .250 4+3=7 --- 1-2 .500 3+1=4 --- 2-5 .400 3+3=6 --- 1-1 1.000 2+2=4 --- 3-4 .750 1+3=4 --- 3-4 .750 5+1=6 --- 6-10 .600 0+0=0 --- 1-4 .250 1+4=5 --- 1-2 .500 1+0=1

PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN

3 3 1 3 4 0 1 17 0 3 6 0 3 9 0 3 3 0 4 11 0 5 8 0 5 3 0 3 4 0 2 6 0 1 10 1 3 5 0 4 12 0 4 8 0 3 7 0 5 12 1 3 11 0 4 8 0 2 8 0 4 9 1 5 2 0 3 6 1 5 11 0 2 7 0 4 6 1 5 7 0 1 11 0 2 17 1 4 6 0 2 11 0 5 1 0

1 3 0 30 1 2 1 24 2 4 0 30 1 1 0 14 0 2 0 32 3 0 2 15 0 2 0 22 2 0 0 30 0 1 0 20 1 1 0 26 0 0 3 28 2 1 0 28 0 3 0 30 2 1 0 29 0 1 0 20 0 0 1 22 0 2 1 26 2 1 0 27 0 2 1 34 0 0 0 35 2 3 0 35 0 0 1 18 0 0 0 25 0 1 1 30 2 1 0 23 1 5 0 37 3 1 0 17 1 6 0 33 0 2 0 33 0 4 0 25 0 1 0 19 1 0 0 12


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History

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Forward 6-8, 235 R. Junior / 2 Letters Atlanta, Ga. Westlake HS

2012-13 in Review

marcus thornton

2013-14 Outlook

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Marcus Thornton • Hampered by knee problems since early in sophomore season. • Granted a medical redshirt season after appearing in just nine games in 2012-13. Will now join the junior class in the Georgia program. • One of 11 student-athletes chosen to participate in the UGA Athletic Association’s Student-Athlete Leadership Academy in the 2013-14 school year.

2012-13 Season • Underwent arthroscopic knee surgery on Dec. 26. • Started seven of the nine games in which he played. • Was the team’s top rebounder at the time of his injury. • Had a team-best 10 boards vs. UCLA.

prep highlights

2011-12 Season

personal Recipient of the Leon Farmer Athletic Scholarship Full Name: Marcus Jelani Thornton Birthdate/Birthplace: Aug. 12, 1992 / Atlanta, Ga. Parents: Billy and Meril Thornton Academic Major: Real Estate Nickname: Red, Deuce Favorite TV Show: Fresh Prince of Bel Air Websites I most often visit: espn.com, worldstarhiphop.com Favorite Beverage: Sweet Tea Favorite Video Game: NBA 2K12 Most Challenging Academic Subject: Accounting Non-Basketball Interests and Hobbies: Listening to music, chilling My role models away from sports: My parents Adjectives that I would use to describe myself: Laid back, friendly, grounded How my teammates would describe me: Pretty boy, goofy Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: National Honor Society, HOPE scholarship Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: 2010 Mr. Basketball in Georgia, Every team championship since the age of 6.

• Hit the first of two 3-pointers last season as a shot clock buzzer-beater in first-half action at home vs. Kentucky. • Also joined the scoring parade with six points (+ four rebounds) in Georgia’s 98-76 win at Ole Miss. • Twice played a season-high 18 minutes, first against High Point and three weeks later at Vanderbilt. • Fifth among all Bulldogs in blocks with 19. • Missed the LSU game (home finale) because of complications related to a staph infection on his right elbow.

• Missed 5 games after arthroscopic surgery on right knee. Returned to the court Jan. 18 in Tennessee game and logged 23 minutes. • At the point of his injury, he had started in nine of 12 games and was leading the Bulldogs in rebounding at 5.8 boards per game. • Posted new career highs in points, (10 vs. Arkansas) rebounds (10 vs. South Dakota State) and minutes (31 vs. Bowling Green) in 2012. • Was the Bulldogs’ leading rebounder with nine in their upset win in overtime at #20 Mississippi State. • Scored just two points in Georgia’s win at Southern Cal, but they were critical to the victory: a pair of foul shots with 1:49 left that put the Bulldogs ahead 57-54.

• Named “Mr. Basketball” in Georgia for 2010 by the Atlanta Tipoff Club and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. • As a senior he averaged 23.5 points, 12.1 rebounds and 4.0 blocks per game for Westlake, which reached the state championship game in Class 5A, Georgia’s largest classification. • 2010 marked the Lions’ third state Final Four berth in the four years Thornton played in the program. • First-team All-America selection to the ESPN Rise All-America team. • Fourth-team All-America selection by Parade magazine. • Named Georgia Athletic Coaches Association 2010 Class AAAAA North Player of the Year. • Winner of Atlanta Journal-Constitution 2009 Slam Dunk Championship. • Ranked the 26th-best power forward in the nation by Rivals.com, 34th-best by Scout.com.

2010-11 Season • Played in 32 games and averaged 9.4 minutes as a frontcourt reserve for the Bulldogs. • Proved to be an effective rebounder and shot blocker in his limited time. • Average time was slightly higher (10.1 mpg) in SEC play. • Had several games in which he contributed highly productive play in a short time span. • Season highlight was likely his 7-point, 9-rebound effort in just 17 minutes of the Bulldogs’ win at home over Miss. State. • Posted similar numbers in Georgia’s home win over South Carolina (7 pts, 6 rebs. in just 12 minutes of play).

2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats (*= Starter)

Career Highs Points...................................10 vs. Arkansas (2/8/12) Rebounds................... 10 vs. S. Dakota State, UCLA Assists............... 3 vs. Bowl. Green, East Tenn. State Blocks....................................3 vs. Kentucky (3/1/12) Steals.................................. 4 vs. Vanderbilt (2/16/11) Minutes........................... 33 vs. Miss. State (2/11/12) FG Made........................4 vs. Bowl. Green, Arkansas FG Attempts..............9 vs. Bowling Green (11/13/11) 3FG Made..............................2 vs. Arkansas (2/8/12) 3FG Attempts............4 vs. Bowling Green (11/13/11) FT Made............... 6 vs. Youngstown State (11/12/12) FT Attempts......... 8 vs. Youngstown State (11/12/12)

Game

FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Rebs PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN

JACKSONVILLE 2-3 .666 0-0 --- YOUNG. STATE* 1-6 .167 0-0 --- SOUTHERN MISS* 1-3 .333 0-2 --- Indiana* 1-4 .250 0-0 --- UCLA* 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 EAST TENN. ST.* 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- South Florida* 2-3 .667 1-1 1.000 Georgia Tech* 3-7 .429 0-2 .000 IONA DNP (Inj.) MERCER 1-3 .333 0-0 ---

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

--- .750 .000 --- .000 .000 .667 1.000

1+3= 4 3+1=4 3+4=7 0+1=1 5+5=10 1+4=5 0+5=5 1+2=3

4 4 3 3 2 2 4 3

4 8 2 2 0 2 7 7

0 0 2 1 1 3 1 0

6 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

0 0 1 1 1 2 1 1

0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0

16 25 31 21 21 27 27 16

0-0 --- 0+1=1 0 2 1 1 1 0 14

Career Statistics Year 2011 2012 2013 Totals vs. SEC 2011 2012 Totals

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G-GS 32-0 27-20 9-7 68-27

Min-Avg. FG-FGA 300-9.4 18-51 602-22.3 29-105 198-22.0 12-33 1100-16.2 59-189

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .353 2-8 .250 .276 4-17 .235 .364 1-6 .167 .312 7-31 .226

15-0 13-9 28-9

152-10.1 303-23.3 455-16.3

.423 .314 .351

11-26 16-51 27-77

2-3 3-8 5-11

FT-FTA 10-24 20-36 9-16 39-76

Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL .417 23+39=62=1.9 13 23 19 .556 42+87=129-4.8 21 32 13 .563 14+26=40=4.4 9 12 8 .513 79+152=231-3.4 43 67 40

ST PF-DQ 11 28-0 11 78-3 3 25-0 25 131-3

.667 4-10 .400 17+20=37-2.5 8 8 6 8 14-0 .375 11-18 .611 21+37=58-4.5 6 17 9 8 37-2 .455 15-28 .536 38+57=95-3.4 14 25 15 16 51-2

Pts-Avg. 48-1.5 82-3.0 34-3.8 164-2.4 28-1.9 46-3.5 74-2.6


Player Profiles Thornton’s 2010-11 Game-by-Game Statistics (*=Starter) Game

FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct.

Rebs

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

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 2 0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 2

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

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

1 3 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

0 3 0 0

0 2 0 0

0 0 0 0

7 11 8 4 12 9 10 6 16 18 7 16 7 14 18 17 12 17 4 11 8 9 5 12 9 5 6 7 3 7 1 4

Game

FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct.

Rebs

PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN

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

2 9 7 4 0 2 0 4 0 2 4 0

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

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

23 31 21 26 24 29 20 28 23 25 20 5

1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 0

1 0 1 23 2 0 1 16 0 1 2 17 3 0 0 28 0 1 0 12 1 1 0 18 1 0 1 33 1 0 2 29 1 0 0 27 1 1 1 20 3 0 0 28 2 3 0 31 1 1 0 21 1 0 1 18 1 0 0 6

History

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

Records

4 0 2 2 0 1 5 2 5 0 2 10 2 2 3 7 3 2 4 5 4 4 2 4 0 7 5 0 4 2

Media Information

WOFFORD* 1-6 .167 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 1+2=3 BOWLING GREEN* 4-9 .444 0-4 .000 1-6 .167 0+5=5 SOUTH DAKOTA ST.* 2-5 .400 1-1 1.000 2-2 1.000 4+6=10 California 1-7 .143 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 4+4=8 Notre Dame 0-4 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 3+5=8 at Xavier 1-5 .200 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2+6=8 at Colorado 0-5 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2+3=5 CINCINNATI 2-4 .500 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1+7=8 GEORGIA TECH 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 2+4=6 at Southern Cal 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 1+3=4 MERCER 2-4 .500 0-0 --- 0-2 .000 1+3=4 FURMAN 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+0=0 WINTHROP DNP (Inj.) DELAWARE STATE DNP (Inj.) ALABAMA DNP (Inj.) at Florida DNP (Inj.) at Vanderbilt DNP (Inj.) TENNESSEE 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+1=1 OLE MISS 0-2 .000 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 2+1=3 KENTUCKY 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 1-2 .500 0+0=0 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 1+4=5 at Auburn at Tennessee 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+2=2 ARKANSAS 4-4 1.000 2-2 1.000 0-0 --- 1+4=5 at Mississippi State 1-5 .200 0-0 --- 0-2 .000 4+5=9 at South Carolina 2-6 .333 0-1 .000 3-4 .750 5+3=8 VANDERBILT 1-3 .333 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1+6=7 at LSU 2-5 .400 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 1+3=4 FLORIDA 2-7 .296 0-3 .000 0-2 .000 2+1=3 at Kentucky 1-5 .200 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 1+5=6 SOUTH CAROLINA 3-6 .500 0-0 --- 1-2 .500 3+2=5 Mississippi State (SEC) 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+1=1 Vanderbilt (SEC) 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-4 .500 0+1=1

2012-13 in Review

Thornton’s 2011-12 Game-by-Game Statistics (*=Starter)

Opponent Info

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

Coaches & Support

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

PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN

Player Bios

0+0=0 0+3=3 0+0=0 0+0=0 0+4=4 0+1=1 2+0=2 1+1=2 0+1=1 2+1=3 0+0=0 1+2=3 0+4=4 0+1=1 0+2=2 3+1=4 1+0=1 4+5=9 0+1=1 1+3=4 1+2=3 1+2=3 0+0=0 5+1=6 0+1=1 0+0=0 0+0=0 1+0=1

2013-14 Outlook

MVSU 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 COLORADO at St. Louis 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Notre Dame Temple 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1-4 .250 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Manhattan UAB 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 0-2 .000 at Ga. Tech ARK. STATE 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- HIGH POINT 1-3 .333 0-0 --- 2-5 .400 at Mercer 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 2-5 .400 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 CHAS. SOU. EASTERN KY. 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- KENTUCKY at Vanderbilt 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 3-5 .600 0-0 --- 0-1 --- at Ole Miss TENNESSEE 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-6 .333 1-2 .500 2-4 .500 MISS. STATE FLORIDA 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 1-2 .500 at Kentucky at Arkansas 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 AUBURN XAVIER 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 3-5 .600 0-0 --- 1-2 .500 at South Carolina VANDERBILT 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- at Tennessee at Florida 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- S. CAROLINA LSU DNP 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- at Alabama Auburn (SEC) 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Alabama (SEC) 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Washington (NCAA) 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 ---

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john cannon Center 6-10, 240 Junior / 2 Letters Burnsville, N.C. Mountain Heritage HS

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Player Profiles 2012-13 Season

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Coaches & Support Opponent Info 2012-13 in Review Records

Recipient of the Kevin Brophy Memorial Scholarship Full Name: Johnathan Douglas Cannon Birthdate/Birthplace: Nov. 22, 1992 / Spruce Pine, N.C. Parents: Stacey and Audrey Cannon Academic Major: Economics (minor in Italian) Nickname: Can-Can Favorite TV Show: Regular Show, Family Guy, Futurama, George Lopez Definitely Among My Top 5 Favorite Movies: Avatar, Harry Potter 7: Part 2, Happy Gilmore, Old School, Little Man Websites I most often visit: Facebook Favorite Beverage: Sweet Tea Favorite Video Game: Guitar Hero, Kingdom Hearts series, Mario Kart, Epic Mickey Most Challenging Subject: Public Speaking Talents I Have That Not Many People Know About: Singing and song writing, playing guitar, pitching horseshoes My role models away from sports: My dad and my grandpa Non-Basketball Interests: Hanging out with friends & family, playing pool, swimming, playing video games How I Would Describe Myself: Mentally tough; hard-headed sometimes Sport I’d Most Like to Try: Hockey, tennis Teammate that makes me laugh the hardest: Hard to pick; they’re all funny Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: N.C. career record in blocks My Most Prized Possession: My salvation

• Limited playing time in his freshman season. Still, season was marked by steady improvement and increased contributions. • His two most extensive outings occurred in the season’s final two weeks. • Played a season-high 14 minutes at LSU on Feb. 22 that included a pair of second-half baskets. • Season-high six points came in SEC Tournament second round vs. Vanderbilt. Played a key role in helpng the Bulldogs to a halftime

• Averaged 21.9 points, 12.3 rebounds and 6.5 blocks per contest as a senior at Mountain Heritage High School in Burnsville. MHHS went 23-7 and reached the North Carolina Class AA semifinals of the state tournament. • Earned All-State honors as a senior by the Associated Press, the N.C. Basketball Coaches Association and by NCPreps.com, an online recruiting service. • Also was named the Player of the Year in the Western Highlands Conference • For his career Cannon blocked a state of North Carolina-record 606 shots in his four years at Mountain Heritage.

History

Career Highs

Career Statistics Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. .000 8-9 .889 3+11=14-0.9 .000 7-7 1.000 17+31=48-1.8 .000 15-16 .938 20+42=62-1.4

A TO BL ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 4 0 6 3 8-0 20-1.3 1 15 8 1 21-0 69-2.6 5 15 14 4 29-0 89-2.1

Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. .000 2-2 1.000 1+3=4-0.6 .000 1-1 1.000 8+9=17-1.3 .000 3-3 1.000 9+12=21-1.1

A TO BL ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 0 0 1 0 4-0 6-0.9 1 6 4 0 10-0 23-1.8 1 6 5 0 14-0 29-1.5

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Points................................ 10 vs. USC (12/22/12) Rebounds........................... 7 vs. USC (12/22/12) Assists.............................. 2 vs. Xavier (11/25/11) Blocks.............................2 vs. Furman (12/23/11) Steals................................ 2 vs. Xavier (11/25/11) Minutes............................. 20 vs. USC (12/22/12) FG Made...................4 vs. UCLA, South Carolina FG Attempts......................8 vs. UCLA (11/20/12) FT Made..............................4 vs. Vanderbilt, USC FT Attempts........................4 vs. Vanderbilt, USC

Year G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA 2012 16-0 59-3.7 6-16 .375 0-0 2013 27-2 230-8.5 31-61 .508 0-0 TOTALS 43-2 289-6.7 37-77 .481 0-0 vs. the SEC Year G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA 2012 7-0 19-2.7 2-6 .333 0-0 2013 13-0 85-6.5 11-22 .500 0-0 TOTALS 20-0 104-5.2 13-28 .464 0-0

Player Bios

2011-12 Season

Prep highlights

2013-14 Outlook

• One of the team’s most improved players over the course of last season. • Needed just six games into the season to surpass his scoring total from the entirety of the 2012 season. • Made his first collegiate start Dec. 18 in the Mercer game. • Achieved career highs in scoring (10 pts.) and rebounding (7) in win over Southern Cal. • Played a key role in Georgia’s win at South Carolina by scoring eight points, along with two rebounds and a blocked shot, in just 15 minutes of court time.

lead against the eventual tourney champs, despite three starters in foul trouble.

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Player Profiles cannon’s 2011-12 Game-by-Game Statistics Game FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Rebs WOFFORD 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 B. GREEN DNP SDSU 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 Cal 2-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1+0=1 Notre Dame 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 Xavier 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0+0=0 Colorado DNP CINCINNATI DNP GA. TECH DNP So. Cal DNP MERCER DNP FURMAN 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0+4=4 WINTHROP 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+2=2 DEL. STATE DNP ALABAMA DNP Florida 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 Vanderbilt 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 TENNESSEE DNP OLE MISS DNP KENTUCKY DNP Auburn 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 Tennessee 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 ARKANSAS 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 1 2 0 Miss. State DNP S. Carolina DNP VANDERBILT DNP LSU 2-4 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+3=3 FLORIDA DNP 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 Kentucky S. CAROLINA DNP 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+1=1 Miss. State (SEC) Vanderbilt (SEC) 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 4-4 1.000 1+1=2

PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ 0 0 1 1

0 4 0 4

0 0 0 2

0 0 0 0

1 1 0 1

0 0 0 2

2 2 1 9

1 0 1 0 0 0

0 2 0 8 0 0 0 3

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

1 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0

0 0

1 1

3

4

0

0

1

0

14

0

0

0

0

0

0

2

0 1

0 6

0 1

0 0

0 0

0 1

4 11

0 0

0 0

cannon’s 2012-13 Game-by-Game Statistics (*=Starter) Game FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. JACKSONVILLE 2-2 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- YOUNG. STATE 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- SOUTHERN MISS 2-3 0.666 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Indiana 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- UCLA 4-8 .500 0-0 --- 0-0 --- EAST TENN. ST. 3-5 .600 0-0 --- 0-0 --- South Florida 3-4 .750 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 Georgia Tech 2-5 .400 0-0 --- 0-0 --- IONA 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- MERCER* 0-3 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- SOUTHERN CAL* 3-4 .750 0-0 --- 4-4 1.000 FLORIDA A&M 1-3 .333 0-0 --- 0-0 --- GEO. WASH. 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Florida 2-4 .500 0-0 --- 1-1 1.000 MISS. STATE DNP Missouri 1-2 .500 0-0 --- 0-0 --- LSU DNP FLORIDA DNP Texas A&M 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- AUBURN 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- South Carolina 4-6 .667 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Tennessee 1-2 .500 0-0 --- 0-0 --- TEXAS A&M 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- ALABAMA DNP Ole Miss 1-2 .500 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Arkansas 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- S. CAROLINA 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Vanderbilt DNP TENNESSEE 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- KENTUCKY 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- Alabama 1-2 .500 0-0 --- 0-0 --- LSU (SEC) 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 52

Rebs PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN 1+1=2 1 4 0 0 1 0 10 0+1=1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0+1=1 1 4 0 0 0 0 6 0+1=1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 3+2=5 2 8 0 0 1 0 19 1+3=4 1 6 0 3 0 0 14 1+2=3 1 8 0 1 0 0 18 1+2=3 2 4 0 0 1 0 19 0+1=1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0+1=1 1 0 0 2 0 0 13 2+5=7 1 10 0 1 1 0 20 0+2=2 1 2 0 1 0 1 10 0+0=0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2+1=3 0 5 0 2 1 0 12 0+1=1

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1+1=2 1 2 0 2 0 0 7 0+1=1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0+0=0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 1+0=1 0+0=0 1+1=2 0+0=0

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tim dixon

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Forward 6-10, 230 Junior / 2 Letters Columbus, Ga. Oldsmar Christian

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Tim Dixon 2012-13 Season

2011-12 Season

• Quietly built a greater role for himself in the SEC schedule’s second half. • Established scoring and rebounding career highs in Georgia’s first two games. • 1st career start Jan. 12 vs. Miss. State and responded with six pts. and seven rebs. in 22 minutes. • Had two key second-half baskets in Georgia’s home win over Tennessee. • Pulled down six rebounds in just 13 minutes of action at Vanderbilt. • Also had six boards in 16 minutes during Georgia’s overtime loss at Ole Miss.

• Saw limited action in 18 of Georgia’s 32 games this season. • A backup at either frontcourt position. • Lone field goal in SEC play came in Georgia’s win over Arkansas. All five minutes of his court time came in the first half, as the Bulldogs bolted to a 19-point lead.

prep highlights • For his senior season, Dixon transferred to Oldsmar Christian School in Oldsmar, Fla., from Kendrick High School in Columbus, Ga. • Averaged 17.2 points and 8.3 rebounds for Oldsmar in 2011. • Averaged 16.1 points, 11.4 rebounds and 6.0 blocks per game as a junior at Kendrick in 2010. • Played AAU basketball alongside UGA teammate Kentavious Caldwell-Pope for the Georgia Blazers.

personal Recipient of the William K. Holmes Scholarship Full Name: Timothy Earl Dixon, Jr. Birthdate/Birthplace: Nov. 4, 1991 / Mobile, Ala. Parents: Tim Dixon, Sr. & Meshia Moody Academic Major: Housing Nickname: T.J., Big Tim Favorite TV Show: Wayan Brothers, Martin Websites I most often visit: Facebook, Google, You Tube Favorite Beverage: Kool-Aid Favorite Video Game: 007 or any race car game Favorite Academic Subject: Health Definitely in My Top 5 Favorite Movies: Boyz N the Hood, House Party 1,2,3 and 4 Most Challenging Academic Subject: Math Non-Basketball Interests: Fishing, Music Role models away from sports: My mom & dad How my teammates would describe me: Looks like a tall Chris Brown How I Would Describe Myself: Tall, Funny Sport I’d Most Like to Try: Golf Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Just being able to help others Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Playing basketball at UGA Most Famous Person I’ve Ever Met: Lil Wayne Pre-Game Rituals: Pray, Listen to my iPod Favorite NBA Player: LeBron James I Got Started Playing Basketball: In my 8th grade year, when I became too tall for football.

career highs Points.................. 8 vs. Youngstown State (11/12/12) Rebounds.................. 7 vs. Jacksonville, Miss. State Assists.................................3 vs. Ole Miss (2/16/13) Blocks....................3 vs. East Tenn. State (11/23/12) Steals............................................1 vs. seven teams Minutes.......................... 22 vs. Miss. State (1/12/13) FG Made.......................... 3 vs. Miss. State (1/12/13) FG Attempts.............................5 vs. Iona (12/15/12) FT Made.............. 4 vs. Youngstown State (11/12/12) FT Attempts........ 4 vs. Youngstown State (11/12/12)

Career Statistics Year G-GS 2012 19-0 2013 32-2 TOTALS 51-2 vs. SEC Year G-GS 2012 7-0 2013 18-2 TOTALS 25-2

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Min-Avg. FG-FGA 120-6.3 3-7 349-10.9 24-48 469-9.2 27-55

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA .429 0-0 .000 0-4 .500 0-0 .000 10-12 .491 0-0 .000 10-16

Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA 38-5.4 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-4 203-11.3 14-27 .519 0-0 .000 3-4 241-9.6 15-28 .536 0-0 .000 3-8

Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL .000 5+12=17-0.9 0 5 1 .833 18+52=70-2.2 14 17 15 .625 23+64=87-1.7 14 22 16 Pct. Reb.-Avg. .000 2+4=6-0.9 .750 13+33=46-2.6 .375 15+37=52-2.1

ST PF-DQ 0 7-0 9 15-0 9 22-0

Pts-Avg. 6-0.3 58-1.8 64-1.3

A TO BL ST PF-DQ 0 1 0 0 2-0 10 10 9 7 5-0 10 11 9 7 7-0

Pts-Avg. 2-0.3 31-1.7 33-1.3


Player Profiles dixon’s 2011-12 Game-by-Game Statistics PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN 0 0 0 0 0 0 6

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Rebs PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN 0+7=7 1 4 0 3 1 0 15 1+3=4 4 8 1 1 1 0 19 0+0=0 1 0 0 1 0 1 13 0+2=2 2 0 0 0 1 0 15 0+0=0 1 0 1 0 0 0 7 1+0=1 0 4 1 1 3 0 14 0+0=0 0 2 0 0 0 0 8 0+0=0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2+4=6 0 4 1 0 0 0 14 1+1=2 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 0+0=0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 0+0=0 0 4 0 0 0 1 13 0+2=2 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0+3=3 0 4 0 1 2 1 18 2+5=7 0 6 2 3 0 1 22 0+0=0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0+0=0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0+3=3 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 2+1=3 0 2 0 0 1 0 9 0+1=1 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 1+0=1 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1+1=2 1 0 1 0 0 1 11 0+1=1 1 0 1 1 1 0 5 0+1=1 0 0 0 0 1 1 10 1+5=6 0 0 3 0 2 0 16 1+2=3 2 6 0 1 1 1 12 1+2=3 0 5 0 1 0 0 15 3+3=6 1 2 1 2 0 0 13 0+2=2 0 4 0 0 0 1 11 1+1=2 0 0 0 1 1 0 15 0+2=2 0 0 2 0 0 1 8 0+0=0 0 0 0 1 0 0 6

History

FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. 2-2 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 0-0 --- 4-4 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-3 .667 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-5 .400 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 3-4 .750 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-3 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 2-4 .500 0-0 --- 1-2 .500 1-4 .250 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-4 .500 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 ---

Records

Game JACKSONVILLE YOUNG. STATE SOUTHERN MISS Indiana UCLA EAST TENN. ST. South Florida Georgia Tech IONA MERCER SOUTHERN CAL FLORIDA A&M GEO. WASH. Florida MISS. STATE* Missouri* LSU FLORIDA Texas A&M AUBURN South Carolina Tennessee TEXAS A&M ALABAMA Ole Miss Arkansas S. CAROLINA Vanderbilt TENNESSEE KENTUCKY Alabama LSU (SECT)

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Game FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Rebs WOFFORD 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1+1=2 B. GREEN DNP SDSU 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 Cal 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+1=1 Notre Dame DNP at Xavier 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+1=1 at Colorado 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 CINCINNATI DNP GA. TECH 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+1=1 at Sou. Cal 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1+0=1 MERCER 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1+1=2 FURMAN 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 1+0=1 WINTHROP 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 DEL. STATE 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 ALABAMA 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 at Florida 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-2 .000 1+2=3 at Vanderbilt 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 0+1=1 TENNESSEE 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 OLE MISS DNP KENTUCKY DNP at Auburn DNP at Tennessee DNP ARKANSAS 1-1 1.000 0-0 .000 0-1 .000 1+1=2 at Miss. State DNP at S. Carolina DNP VANDERBILT DNP at LSU 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 FLORIDA DNP at Kentucky 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 DNP S. CAROLINA Miss. State (SEC) DNP 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+2=2 Vanderbilt (SEC)

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Nemanja djurisic Forward 6-8, 230 Junior / 2 Letters Podgorica, Montenegro South Kent 56


Nemanja Djurisic 2012-13 Season

High school / international • Played his senior season at South Kent School in South Kent, Conn. • Averaged 20.1 points and 10.3 rebounds for the Cardinal, which went 18-14 last season. • Also played in four straight Montenegrin national teams at the 2007-10 Under 18 European Championships.

Coaches & Support

2011-12 Season

Opponent Info

• Off to an auspicious beginning to his collegiate career. • The Bulldogs’ fifth-leading scorer at 7.0 points per game. His average in SEC play was 0.7 points higher. • Started 12 games at the ‘4’ position, including four of the last five games of the season. Started and contributed 12 points and seven boards in Georgia’s resounding win over Florida in the last week of the regular season. • Made several key plays late in win over Tennessee, including a block, rebound an court-length drive & layup in a single play. Played final 12 1/2 minutes of the game with four fouls. • Lauded by Georgia coaches for his basketball smarts and overall skill set.

2012-13 in Review Records

career highs

History

Points.......................... 21 vs. Florida A&M (12/29/12) Rebounds......................12 vs. Jacksonville (11/9/12) Assists....................5 vs. East Tenn. State (11/23/12) Blocks............... 2 vs. Geo. Wash., S. Car., Arkansas Steals.....................2 vs. Ga. Tech, Geo. Wash., LSU Minutes.....................34 vs. Winthrop, Southern Miss FG Made...............7 vs. George Washington (1/4/13) FG Attempts............... 14 vs. Florida A&M (12/29/12) 3FG Made...........................3 vs. Winthrop, Arkansas 3FG Attempts..................6 vs. Jacksonville (11/9/12) FT Made........................ 7 vs. Florida A&M (12/29/12) FT Attempts.................. 8 vs. Florida A&M (12/29/12)

Min-Avg. 634-19.8 782-24.4 1416-22.1

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL 87-215 .405 20-55 .364 29-44 .659 51+84=135-4.2 26 49 7 88-223 .395 20-63 .317 56-75 .747 52+84=136-4.3 46 71 10 175-438 .400 40-118 .339 85-119 .714 103+168=271-4.2 72 120 17

ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 13 69-1 223-7.0 15 62-0 252-7.9 28 131-1 475-7.4

Min-Avg. 350-21.9 442-24.6 792-23.3

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL 48-129 .372 11-30 .367 16-25 .640 33+37=70-4.4 16 26 2 49-110 .445 12-29 .414 30-41 .732 28+44=72-4.0 24 39 6 97-239 .406 23-59 .390 46-66 .697 61+81=142-4.2 40 65 8

ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 7 37-1 123-7.7 8 34-0 140-7.8 15 71-1 263-7.7

Media Information

Career Statistics Year G-GS 2012 32-12 2013 32-10 TOTALS 64-22 vs. the SEC Year G-GS 2012 16-8 2013 18-1 TOTALS 34-9

Player Bios

Full Name: Nemanja Djurisic Birthdate/Birthplace: Feb. 23, 1992 / Podgorica, Montenegro Parents: Snezana Djurisic and Ranko Djurisic Academic Major: International Affairs Nickname: Nemi, Rocky Favorite TV Show: Family Guy Websites I most often visit: Facebook, Hautelook, You Tube Favorite Beverage: Coca-Cola Favorite Video Game: Pro Evolution Soccer Favorite Academic Subject: Politics Most Challenging Academic Subject: History Non-Basketball Interests: I love to sing music from my home, Montenegro. I also love to watch movies My role model away from sports: My mom How my teammates would describe me: European with a funny accent How I Would Describe Myself: Different, Cute, Tall, Athletic Sport I’d Most Like to Try: Soccer Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Being a student here at the University of Georgia Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Playing on my national teams Most Famous Person I’ve Ever Met: Joakim Noah My Most Prized Possession: High School diploma Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete: Novak Djokovic

• Had the team’s only double-double of the season in SEC Tourney win over Miss. State, gathering 11 points and 11 boards in this firstround game.

2013-14 Outlook

personal

• The Bulldogs’ No. 2 scorer behind Caldwell-Pope at 7.9 points per game, despite starting just 10 of 32 games and playing an average of 24 minutes. • Ranked third among regulars on the team in rebounding and fourth in assists. • Tallied his second career double-double in season opener vs. Jacksonville. • Scored a career-high 21 points in Bulldogs’ win over Florida A&M. • Followed FAMU game with team-high 17 points in win vs. Geo. Washington. • Contributed team-high 8 rebounds, as well as 7 pts. & 3 assists, in UGA’s win over LSU. • Led the team in scoring thrice: vs. Fla. A&M (21 pts.), Texas A&M (13 pts.), & Alabama (14). • Shot a team-high 41% from 3-point range during the SEC schedule. • Scored the biggest FG of the OT period in home win over South Carolina.

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Player Profiles djurisic’s 2011-12 Game-by-Game Statistics (*=Starter) Game WOFFORD B. GREEN SDSU California Notre Dame Xavier Colorado CINCINNATI GA. TECH Southern Cal MERCER FURMAN WINTHROP* DELAWARE STATE* ALABAMA* Florida* Vanderbilt* TENNESSEE* OLE MISS* KENTUCKY* Auburn Tennessee ARKANSAS Miss. State South Carolina VANDERBILT LSU FLORIDA* Kentucky* SOUTH CAROLINA Miss. State (SEC)* Vanderbilt (SEC)*

FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Rebs 3-6 .500 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 2+2=4 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 7-13 .538 0-4 .000 0-1 .000 1+4=5 4-10 .400 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 0+3=3 4-4 1.000 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 0+3=3 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0+1=1 2-3 .667 2-2 1.000 0-0 .000 1+5=6 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 2-4 .500 0+3=3 1-5 .200 0-3 .000 0-0 .000 1+3=4 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 0-5 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 2+3=5 0-0 .000 0-0 .000 4-4 1.000 2+1=3 7-8 .875 3-3 1.000 0-0 .000 3+6=9 1-5 .200 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 1+4=5 5-11 .455 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 3+2=5 6-13 .462 2-4 .500 0-1 .000 4+2=6 1-4 .250 1-2 .500 0-0 .000 2+3=5 4-9 .444 0-2 .000 3-3 1.000 2+1=3 1-8 .125 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 2+2=4 4-9 .444 2-3 .667 0-0 .000 1+4=5 0-4 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 0+2=2 3-12 .250 1-2 .500 2-2 1.000 2+0=2 5-9 .556 3-4 .750 1-3 .333 3+2=5 3-9 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 .000 1+3=4 2-7 .286 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 3+2=5 3-6 .500 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 2+0=2 3-7 .429 0-0 .000 1-2 .500 3+2=5 5-8 .625 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 2+5=7 1-4 .250 0-2 .000 0-0 .000 0+0=0 2-9 .222 0-1 .000 2-3 .667 3+7=10 3-7 .429 1-2 .500 4-6 .667 5+6=11 3-8 .375 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 0+3=3

PF Pts. AST 1 8 1 3 4 1 3 14 0 1 9 0 2 10 0 2 2 0 3 6 1 1 4 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 4 2 3 17 3 3 2 1 3 10 2 2 14 2 5 3 1 4 11 0 4 4 1 3 10 2 1 2 0 4 9 0 3 14 2 1 7 0 2 5 1 0 7 0 3 7 1 1 12 2 1 2 0 0 6 2 4 11 1 1 7 0

TO BL ST MIN 1 0 1 13 1 0 0 9 0 1 0 22 1 0 0 19 3 0 0 14 2 0 0 12 2 0 0 14 1 0 0 22 1 0 2 15 1 0 0 9 0 0 0 12 0 1 1 13 2 1 0 34 2 1 1 17 4 0 0 29 1 0 0 28 2 0 2 22 5 1 1 28 1 0 0 20 1 0 0 26 2 0 1 14 1 0 0 23 1 0 0 16 0 0 1 22 1 0 0 15 2 0 1 21 2 0 1 24 0 0 0 20 1 0 0 16 2 1 0 26 1 0 1 29 5 1 0 30

djurisic’s 2012-13 Game-by-Game Statistics (*=Starter) Game JACKSONVILLE* YOUNG. STATE* SOUTHERN MISS Indiana* UCLA* EAST TENN. ST.* South Florida* Georgia Tech* IONA* MERCER SOUTHERN CAL FLORIDA A&M GEO. WASHINGTON Florida* MISS. STATE Missouri LSU FLORIDA Texas A&M AUBURN South Carolina Tennessee TEXAS A&M ALABAMA Ole Miss Arkansas SOUTH CAROLINA Vanderbilt TENNESSEE KENTUCKY Alabama LSU (SECT)

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FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. 5-9 .555 2-6 .333 2-4 .500 0-9 .000 0-0 .000 2-2 1.000 4-8 .500 2-4 .500 2-3 .666 3-8 .375 0-4 .000 2-2 1.000 4-9 .444 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 3-5 .600 1-3 .333 0-0 --- 3-13 .231 0-3 .000 1-2 .500 1-8 .125 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 0-5 .000 0-3 .000 4-6 .667 2-5 .400 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 6-14 .429 2-3 .667 7-8 .875 7-9 .778 1-2 .500 2-3 .667 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 3-4 .750 3-7 .429 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 3-7 .429 1-2 .500 2-2 1.000 1-6 .167 1-2 .500 4-6 .667 3-7 .429 1-2 .500 0-0 --- 3-5 .600 1-3 .333 0-0 --- 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 1-3 .333 2-4 .500 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-7 .286 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 4-9 .444 1-3 .333 4-5 .800 5-10 .500 0-2 .000 2-3 .667 2-2 1.000 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 3-9 .333 1-2 .500 0-2 .000 3-5 .600 1-2 .500 4-4 1.000 1-4 .250 0-0 --- 3-4 .750 3-6 .500 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 5-9 .556 2-3 .667 0-0 --- 4-6 .667 2-2 1.000 4-4 1.000 1-9 .111 0-2 .000 0-0 ---

Rebs PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN 5+7=12 4 14 0 4 0 1 21 1+2=3 2 2 1 2 0 0 21 0+0=0 1 12 1 2 0 0 34 3+4=7 2 8 1 2 0 0 24 2+0=2 3 8 2 2 0 0 24 1+1=2 0 7 5 2 1 0 26 3+2=5 1 7 4 2 0 0 32 3+3=6 4 4 2 1 0 2 33 1+2=3 2 4 2 5 0 1 21 0+1=1 2 6 1 1 0 0 19 0+1=1 1 0 0 3 0 1 6 2+5=7 1 21 1 2 1 0 23 0+5=5 1 17 1 3 2 2 25 0+2=2 2 5 1 6 0 0 22 2+3=5 1 6 0 3 1 1 16 2+3=5 1 9 0 3 0 0 27 1+7=8 2 7 3 3 0 2 26 0+2=2 3 7 1 0 0 1 18 1+1=2 2 7 1 2 0 0 22 1+2=3 1 3 2 3 0 0 21 0+1=1 3 4 2 2 2 0 25 0+3=3 2 6 2 1 0 2 21 1+1=2 2 13 0 2 0 0 30 1+4=5 1 12 1 1 0 0 28 0+2=2 4 6 0 3 0 0 14 3+2=5 0 7 4 2 2 1 32 5+1=6 4 11 1 3 0 0 27 1+1=2 2 5 0 0 0 0 23 2+5=7 1 6 3 1 1 0 27 3+3=6 1 12 1 0 0 0 32 5+1=6 2 14 2 4 0 1 30 3+7=10 4 2 1 1 0 0 31


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Guard 6-3, 195 Sophomore 1 Letter Atlanta, Ga. Whitefield Academy

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Kenny Gaines 2012-13 Season • After a relatively quiet start, contributions grew steadily for this promising rookie. • Came off the bench to score a season-high 11 points in win at South Carolina, all in the 2nd half. • Surpassed his season scoring high in the next game, getting 12 points in just 15 minutes at Tennessee. • Also had key role in the Bulldogs’ second win over Tennessee, scoring all nine of his points in the second half. • Eight points in Dogs’ win over Mercer were previously his season high. • Missed game at Vanderbilt in late February with heel injury. • Shot 40 percent from 3-point range during the SEC schedule.

personal Recipient of the Joel & Wealthy Eaves Scholarship Full Name: Kenneth James Gaines, Jr. Birthdate/Birthplace: Jan. 28, 1994 / Riverdale, Ga. Parents: Marlyn and Kenny Gaines, Sr. Academic Major: Housing Nickname: KG, Kenny G Favorite TV Show: SpongeBob SquarePants, South Park, Family Guy Websites I most often visit: You Tube, ESPN, World Star HipHop Favorite Foods: Pizza, Cheeseburger Favorite Video Game: Call of Duty, Halo 3 Favorite Academic Subject: Math Most Challenging Academic Subject: History Non-Basketball Interests and Hobbies: Billiards, Ping Pong Non-Athletic Talents: Sing, play the drums, play piano Top 5 Favorite Movies: Forrest Gump, Friday, Next Friday, Artificial Intelligence, Love & Basketball Sports I’d Most Like to Try: Swimming, Baseball, Football My Most Prized Possession: State Championship ring Pre-Game Ritual: Eating ice and praying Post-Game Ritual: Ice and pizza or Chick-Fil-A My role models away from athletics: My brother, my high school coach Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Being named Most Musically Talented in Band Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Winning AJC’s Dunk Contest in 2011 What Got Me Started in Basketball: I got a basketball for Christmas when I was two.

career highs Points......................................13 vs. Ole Miss (2/16/13) Rebounds.............................5 vs. Miss. State (1/12/13) Assists..................................... 2 vs. FAMU, S. Carolina Blocks..............................................3 vs. LSU (3/14/13) Steals....................................2 vs. Miss. State (1/12/13) Minutes...........................24 vs. South Carolina (2/2/13) FG Made................................. 5 vs. Tennessee (2/6/13) FG Attempts............................... 8 vs. S. Car., Ole Miss 3FG Made......................... 2 vs. Mercer, Tennessee1&2 3FG Attempts.......................3 vs. Mercer, USC, Tenn.2 FT Made.....................................3 vs. Kentucky (3/7/12) FT Attempts...............................4 vs. Kentucky (3/7/12)

Averaged 27 points and 7.4 rebounds through the 5-game State Tournament. • Rated the 29th-best shooting-guard prospect and the No. 127 prospect overall in the country by online recruiting service Rivals.com. • Led the Wolfpack to a 27-3 record and the Georgia Class A state title in 2012. • Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Slam Dunk Contest winner in 2011. • Signed with Georgia in the early signing period in November of 2011.

prep highlights • One of two Georgians tabbed to the 2012 Parade Magazine All-America team. • Averaged 25.2 points, 7.6 rebounds and 2.6 steals per game as a senior. Twice hit for season high of 37 points. Had five double-doubles throughout the season.

2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats (*= Starter) Game

FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Rebs PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN

JACKSONVILLE 0-4 .000 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 1+0=1 0 2 YOUNG. STATE 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+1=1 3 0 SOUTHERN MISS 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+0=0 0 0 Indiana 0-4 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0+0=0 2 0 UCLA 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+0=0 1 0 EAST TENN. ST. 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+1=1 0 0 1-3 .333 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 0+0=0 0 2 South Florida Georgia Tech 2-2 1.000 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0+0=0 0 5 IONA 3-6 .500 0-1 .000 0-2 .000 0+0=0 4 6 MERCER 3-5 .600 2-3 .667 0-0 --- 0+0=0 2 8 SOUTHERN CAL 2-5 .400 1-3 .333 0-0 --- 0+1=1 0 5 FLORIDA A&M 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 0+0=0 0 2 GEO. WASH. 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0+2=2 0 0 Florida DNP (Susp.) MISS. STATE 2-7 .286 0-3 .000 1-2 .500 1+4=5 5 5 Missouri 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 --- 1+1=2 2 3 LSU 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+0=0 1 0 FLORIDA 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-1 .000 0+0=0 0 3 Texas A&M 1-4 .250 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 0+1=1 1 4 AUBURN 1-2 .500 1-2 .500 0-0 --- 0+2=2 2 3 South Carolina 4-8 .500 1-2 .500 2-2 1.000 2+0=2 1 11 Tennessee 5-7 .714 2-2 1.000 0-0 --- 0+0=0 0 12 TEXAS A&M 0-3 .000 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 0+0=0 2 2 ALABAMA 1-3 .333 1-3 .333 0-0 --- 0+0=0 3 3 Ole Miss 5-8 .625 1-2 .500 2-3 .667 1+1=2 5 13 Arkansas 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-2 .000 0+2=2 1 0 S. CAROLINA 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+1=1 0 0 Vanderbilt DNP (Inj.) 3-7 .429 2-3 .667 1-1 1.000 1+0=1 2 9 TENNESSEE KENTUCKY 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 3-4 .750 0+2=2 3 3 Alabama 2-5 .400 0-2 .000 1-2 .500 2+1=3 1 5 LSU (SECT) 2-8 .250 1-3 .333 1-2 .500 4+1=5 2 6

1 0 0 1 11 0 1 0 0 7 1 0 2 0 6 0 1 1 0 9 0 0 0 1 8 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 0 0 6 0 2 0 0 8 0 1 0 1 21 0 1 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 10 2 0 0 0 9 0 2 0 0 7

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

10 6 5 5 8 9 24 15 10 8 18 10 7

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0 1 1 0

0 1 0 3

0 8 1 15 0 14 0 20

Career Statistics Year G-GS 2013 30-0 vs. SEC Year G-GS 2013 16-0

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Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 309-10.3 39-106 .368 15-43 .349 19-29 .655 13+21=34-1.1 10 16 9 7 43-2 112-3.7 Min-Avg. FG-FGA 172-10.8 26-64

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .406 10-25 .400

FT-FTA Pct. 14-21 .667

Reb.-Avg. 8+15=23-1.4

A TO BL ST PF-DQ 6 8 3 3 29-2

Pts-Avg. 76-4.8


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Guard 6-5, 210 Sophomore / 1 Letter Alpharetta, Georgia Milton HS

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charles mann

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Charles Mann 2012-13 Season

personal Recipient of the Charles Jones Men’s Basketball Scholarship Full Name: Charles Mann, Jr. Birthdate/Birthplace: Aug. 12, 1994 / Queens, N.Y. Parents: Kecia and Charles Mann, Sr. Academic Major: Housing Nickname: Chuck Favorite TV Show: Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Websites I most often visit: ESPN, Twitter Favorite Foods: Pizza, Chicken Favorite Academic Subject: History Most Challenging Academic Subject: English Favorite Non-Basketball Pro Team: New York Yankees Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete: Reggie Bush Non-Basketball Interests and Hobbies: Watching movies, hanging out with friends, playing golf Top 5 all-time favorite movies: Friday, Friday Night Lights, Next Friday, House Party, Click Non-Athletic Talent: Comedian Sports I’d Most Like to Try: Tennis, Football My Most Prized Possession: My shoes Pre-Game Ritual: Listen to music, dance Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Being a part of Hands On Atlanta What Got Me Started in Basketball: My dad bought me a goal when I was five. What drives me to excel in basketball: The support of my family When I was young and playing basketball, I used to pretend I was: My dad because I looked up to him I first got interested in UGA: When they started recruiting me and offered me in my junior year.

career highs Points.....................................18 vs. Iona, Tennessee Rebounds......................................7 vs. Iona, Mercer Assists................................ 8 vs. Tennessee (3/2/13) Blocks..........................2 vs. South Florida (11/30/12) Steals................................2 vs. Indiana, USC, FAMU Minutes....................................34 vs. Iona (12/15/12) FG Made....................................5 vs. Iona (12/15/12) FG Attempts....................... 9 vs. Tennessee (3/2/13) 3FG Made........................1 vs. Iona, FAMU, Missouri 3FG Attempts............... 3 vs. Florida A&M (12/29/12) FT Made.................................12 vs. Tennessee, LSU FT Attempts...........................14 vs. Tennessee, LSU

• Coaches’ Freshman All-SEC team selection, giving Georgia an honoree in each of the past two classes (KCP in 2012). • Confidence and comfort level with offense rose progressively throughout the season. • Earned the starter’s job at point guard for a 3-game stretch in December. Later in the season he found greater prosperity in a reserve’s role at the point. • Averaged 28 minutes over 5-game homestand in December; 13 min./game during the preceding eight games. • Team leader in assists with 92 and free throw attempts with 170. Ranked 5th, in fact, among all SEC players in FTs attempted. Was 7th among all SEC players in FT makes (117). • Five times during the season he recorded double-figure trips to the foul line, including two of the last four games. • Second-leading assist man among all freshmen SEC players. • Season-best game was March 2, when he matched career scoring high of 18 points and added eight assists (also a career high) in win over Tennessee.

• Had two key baskets, an assist and a defensive rebound late in Georgia’s win over Auburn.

prep highlights • Transferred to Milton from Union Grove HS for his senior season. • Helped the Eagles, a national Top 5 team, to a 28-4 record and the Georgia Class AAAAA state title. • Averaged 16.2 points and 5.8 assists per game as a senior. • Averaged 22.1 points and 6.8 rebounds for Union Grove in 2011.

2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats (*= Starter) Game

JACKSONVILLE YOUNG. STATE SOUTHERN MISS Indiana UCLA EAST TENN. ST. South Florida Georgia Tech IONA MERCER* SOUTHERN CAL* FLORIDA A&M* GEO. WASH. Florida* MISS. STATE* Missouri* LSU* FLORIDA* Texas A&M AUBURN South Carolina Tennessee TEXAS A&M ALABAMA Ole Miss Arkansas S. CAROLINA Vanderbilt TENNESSEE KENTUCKY Alabama LSU (SECT)

FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Rebs PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN 1-4 .250 0-0 --- 3-4 .750 0+1=1 1 0-3 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1+2=3 2 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 4-6 .667 1+2=3 0 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-3 .667 0+0=0 1 2-5 .400 0-0 --- 1-2 .500 0+2=2 0 2-3 .667 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+1=1 1 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+1=1 1 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-3 .000 0+1=1 0 5-8 .625 1-1 1.000 7-13 .538 2+5=7 1 3-7 .429 0-1 .000 4-6 .667 1+6=7 0 3-7 .429 0-1 .000 3-6 .500 0+4=4 0 2-8 .250 1-3 .333 4-5 .800 1+3=4 2 1-3 .333 0-0 --- 1-2 .500 0+2=2 2 1-3 .333 0-0 --- 4-6 .667 0+2=2 2 2-7 .286 0-0 --- 10-13 .769 1+1=2 5 1-4 .250 1-1 1.000 0-1 .000 0+3=3 2 1-6 .167 0-1 .000 3-5 .600 1+3=4 1 2-4 .500 2-2 1.000 3-4 .750 1+0=1 1 0-3 .000 0-0 --- 5-7 .714 0+2=2 2 4-8 .500 0-3 .000 2-4 .500 0+3=3 1 3-4 .750 0-1 .000 5-6 .833 0+3=3 1 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 5-6 .833 0+3=3 4 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 5-6 .833 1+5=6 3 0-3 .000 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 2+6=8 2 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 3-4 .750 0+3=3 5 1-5 .200 0-0 --- 3-4 .750 0+3=3 2 3-5 .600 0-0 --- 8-13 .615 1+1=2 4 2-5 .400 0-0 --- 4-5 .800 0+2=2 0 3-9 .333 0-1 .000 12-14 .857 2+2=4 3 1-4 .250 0-0 --- 3-3 1.000 0+3=3 1 1-6 .167 0-1 .000 1-4 .250 0+4=4 2 1-3 .333 1-1 1.000 12-14 .857 1+4=5 1

5 0 4 2 5 4 0 0 18 10 9 9 3 6 14 3 5 9 5 10 11 5 5 0 5 5 14 8 18 5 3 15

3 0 4 1 4 3 1 0 3 5 6 1 3 2 4 2 5 3 4 6 6 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 8 4 2 5

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

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

13 11 15 10 18 15 14 8 31 31 34 25 19 19 29 13 22 27 24 28 24 16 24 22 22 19 28 26 24 22 23 31

Career Statistics Year G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. 2013 32-8 688-21.5 46-133 .346 6-18 .333 117-170 .688 16+83=99-3.1 vs. SEC Year G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. 2013 18-5 413-22.9 26-79 .329 3-11 .273 76-106 .717 9+49=58-3.2 62

A TO BL ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 92 87 4 25 52-2 215-6.7 A TO BL ST PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 56 54 1 14 41-2 131-7.3


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Forward 6-7, 215 Sophomore / 1 Letter Lithonia, Georgia Miller Grove HS

2012-13 in Review

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Brandon Morris 2012-13 Season

personal Recipient of the Keiser Family Scholarship Full Name: Brandon Rasheed Morris Birthdate/Birthplace: Jan. 12, 1994 / New York, N.Y. Mother: Stephanie Pollock Nickname: Brando Academic Major: Housing Websites I most often visit: Twitter, Facebook Favorite TV Show: Family Guy, ESPN Favorite Video Game: 2K12 Favorite Foods: Wings, Crab Legs Favorite Academic Subject: Science Most Challenging Academic Subject: Math Non-Basketball Interests and Hobbies: Going to the movies, hanging out with friends Non-Athletic Talents: Drawing How my teammates would describe me: Funny, Outgoing Sports I’d Most Like to Try: Football My Most Prized Possession: State Championship rings Pre-Game Ritual: Listen to music Superstition: Don’t split the pole Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Making Honor Roll in 12th grade Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Team MVP in junior year What Got Me Started in Basketball: My mom introduced me to the YMCA. What drives me to excel in basketball: Seeing my family in a better place. When I was young and playing basketball, I used to pretend I was: Tracy McGrady

career highs Points.......................................12 vs. Iona (12/15/12) Rebounds................. 11 vs. South Carolina (2/23/13) Assists............................................ 3 vs. three teams Blocks....................................2 vs. Mercer (12/18/12) Steals....................................2 vs. Alabama (2/12/13) Minutes....................................34 vs. Iona (12/15/12) FG Made....................................5 vs. Iona (12/15/12) FG Attempts............................12 vs. Iona (12/15/12) 3FG Made...............................2 vs. Alabama (3/9/13) 3FG Attempts...................2 vs. Tennessee, Alabama FT Made.................................... 6 vs. USC (12/22/12) FT Attempts............................7 vs. USC, S. Carolina

• Earned a spot in the starting lineup in 20 of the season’s last 24 games. • Performances vs. Ga. Tech (9 pts., 4 rebs., 19 min.) and Iona (12 pts., 7 rebs., 34 min.) in back-to-back games marked a significant breakthrough after a quiet start to his collegiate career. • Scored in double figures in three of Georgia’s 5-game December homestand. • Seven of his nine points vs. Ga. Tech came in the second half. • All 10 of his points vs. Southern Cal came in the second half. • Career-high 11 rebounds in Georgia’s 2nd win over South Carolina. • Only double-figure scoring effort of the SEC schedule came in finale at Alabama (11 pts.). Sank two 3-point attempts against the Tide, exactly half of his entire season’s total.

ers, because of his versatility. • Averaged 10.9 points and 8.0 rebounds per game as a senior, when Miller Grove captured its fourth straight Georgia Class AAAA state crown. • Also shot 52 percent FGs and averaged 2.3 blocks per game for the 24-9 Wolverines, who compiled a 112-19 record in his career there. • Averaged 9.3 points and 7.8 rebounds for the 2011 MGHS team which went 31-1 and ranked among the nation’s top 10 teams throughout the season.

prep highlights • Regarded as a “combo forward” and could become one of Georgia’s most valuable play-

2012-13 Game-by-Game Stats (*= Starter) Game

JACKSONVILLE YOUNG. STATE SOUTHERN MISS Indiana UCLA EAST TENN. ST. South Florida Georgia Tech IONA* MERCER* SOUTHERN CAL* FLORIDA A&M* GEO. WASH.* Florida* MISS. STATE* Missouri* LSU* FLORIDA* Texas A&M* AUBURN* South Carolina Tennessee* TEXAS A&M* ALABAMA* Ole Miss* Arkansas* S. CAROLINA* Vanderbilt* TENNESSEE KENTUCKY Alabama LSU (SECT)*

FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Rebs PF Pts. AST TO BL ST MIN 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 1+0=1 0 2 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 0+2=2 1 0 1-2 .500 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 1+1=2 1 2 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+0=0 0 0 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+0=0 0 2 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+1=1 1 0 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0+0=0 0 0 2-2 1.000 0-0 --- 5-6 .833 0+4=4 3 9 5-12 .417 0-0 --- 2-5 .400 3+4=7 1 12 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 2-2 1.000 0+3=3 0 2 2-4 .500 0-0 --- 6-7 .857 0+0=0 1 10 3-5 .600 1-1 1.000 3-6 .500 0+3=3 0 10 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 0-0 --- 1+1=2 4 2 1-5 .200 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 0+4=4 1 4 1-3 .333 0-0 --- 3-4 .750 0+0=0 1 5 1-2 .500 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0+1=1 1 3 2-5 .400 0-0 --- 1-1 1.000 1+2=3 3 5 3-4 .750 0-1 .000 2-3 .667 1+3=4 2 8 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 3-4 .750 0+2=2 1 3 1-3 .333 0-0 --- 3-6 .500 0+3=3 3 5 0-0 --- 0-0 --- 0-2 .000 0+0=0 0 0 0-3 .000 0-2 .000 2-2 1.000 0+1=1 4 2 2-6 .333 0-0 --- 1-3 .333 1+1=2 1 5 1-8 .125 0-1 .000 2-4 .500 0+4=4 3 4 3-6 .500 0-1 .000 1-1 1.000 1+0=1 2 7 0-2 .000 0-0 --- 4-4 1.000 0+1=1 1 4 0-3 .000 0-0 --- 3-7 .429 5+6=11 2 3 2-6 .333 0-1 .000 1-2 .500 1+1=2 1 5 1-1 1.000 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 0+1=1 0 2 1-2 .500 0-0 --- 0-1 .000 1+2=3 4 2 4-5 .800 2-2 1.000 1-2 .500 2+3=5 2 11 0-1 .000 0-1 .000 2-2 1.000 1+1=2 0 2

1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 9 1 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 7 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 19 3 3 0 0 34 0 2 2 0 21 0 1 0 1 20 3 0 1 0 25 1 1 0 0 13 0 0 0 1 28 0 1 0 1 12 0 3 0 0 20 1 0 0 1 22 1 2 1 0 24 0 2 0 0 19 1 2 0 1 18 0 1 0 0 8 1 2 0 1 26 3 2 0 0 22 0 1 0 2 28 0 1 0 1 17 0 0 0 0 13 2 1 0 0 23 1 1 1 0 19 0 0 0 0 9 1 1 0 1 10 0 3 0 0 27 1 2 0 0 14

Career Statistics Year G-GS Min-Avg. 2013 32-20 522-16.3 vs. the SEC Year G-GS Min-Avg. 2013 18-14 345-19.2 64

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL 38-97 .392 4-13 .308 51-80 .638 20+55=75-2.3 23 34 5

ST 13

PF-DQ 44-0

Pts-Avg. 131-4.1

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. A TO BL 23-66 .348 3-10 .300 29-49 .592 13+35=48-2.7 11 23 2

ST 9

PF-DQ 32-0

Pts-Avg. 78-4.3


Player Profiles taylor echols Guard, 6-1, 160, Jr., McDonough, Ga. ( Eagles Landing Christian)

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• Played in three games: at Florida and home contests vs. South Carolina and Kentucky.

Prep highlights

• Non-scholarship player who made the team through tryouts in September, 2012. • Scored over 1,000 points during his career at Eagles Landing Christian Academy • Twice an All-Region selection and an Honorable Mention All-State pick as a senior in 2011. • Older sister Julia plays softball at Mississippi State.

Records

• Will have three years’ eligibility remaining at Georgia. • Forte averaged a team-high 22.5 points in 2013 for Howard College, which went 30-7 and reached the quarterfinals of the NJCAA tournament in Hutchinson, Kan. His scoring average ranked fourth nationally among all Division I junior college players. • Also averaged 7.5 rebounds and shot 63 percent from the field during his only season with the Hawks. • Before the season Forte was ranked as the No. 33 junior college prospect in the country, by Jucorecruiting. com. • After the season he was named to the NJCAA All-Region V team. • Graduated in 2012 from McClintock High School in Tempe, where he scored 36.2 points and pulled down 12.7 rebounds for a team that reached the Arizona Class 4A state championship game. • Was twice been named to the All-Arizona team by the Arizona Republic newspaper, and as a junior he was named the area Player of the Year by the East Valley Tribune in Tempe.

2012-13 in Review

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cameron forte Forward, 6-7, 220, So., Tempe, Ariz. (Howard Coll. / McClintock HS)

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Full Name: Taylor Kennedy Echols Birthdate/Birthplace: Sept. 17, 1992 / Atlanta Parents: Lee and Kim Echols Nickname: Hunker Down Academic Major: Ecology Favorite TV Show: How I Met Your Mother Favorite Video Game: Call of Duty, Madden Favorite Foods: Fried Catfish and Chicken, Mac & Cheese, Yams Favorite Academic Subject: Marine Science Most Challenging Academic Subject: Calculus Non-Basketball Interests and Hobbies: Playing guitar, Fishing, Scuba Diving How my teammates would describe me: Quiet Sports I’d Most Like to Try: Polo, Surfing Teammate that makes me laugh the hardest: Nemi Djurisic My Most Prized Possession: My family Pre-Game Ritual: Listen to Lecrae Post-Game Ritual: Meditate on the game Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Being accepted into UGA Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Making the UGA basketball team Favorite NBA Team: San Antonio Spurs because they’re fun to watch and win with experience Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete and Why: Tim Tebow because he’s a great competitor and a Christian leader What drives me to excel in basketball: Representing Jesus Christ by doing the best I can When I was young and playing basketball, I used to pretend I was: Pete Maravich The thing I like most about being part of this team: Getting to know all of the guys & being a part of something greater than myself

2013-14 Outlook

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Recipient of the James E. & Peggy A. Hickey Memorial Scholarship • Full Name: Cameron Dakota Forte • Birthdate/Birthplace: June 26, 1993 in Phoenix, Ariz. • Mother: Libby Forte • Academic Major: Sociology • Favorite TV Show: Teen Wolf • Websites I Have Bookmarked: ESPN, Twitter • Favorite Video Games: NBA 2K • Favorite Foods: Mexican • Non-Basketball Interests: Music and Art • Role Models: My dad • Proudest Athletic Accomplishment: Winning state in HS, All-Arizona top 5 in state • Favorite Academic Subject: English • Most Challenging Subject: Math • Pre-Game Rituals: Listening to music • Post-Game Rituals: Praying • Superstitions: I do the same thing every game; switch up if we lose. • Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Hardest: Kenny Gaines • Sport I’d Most Like to Try: Football • My Most Prized Possession: State championship ring • When I was young and playing ball, I pretended I was: Allen Iverson • Favorite NBA Team: New York Knicks • Favorite NBA Player: Carmelo Anthony • Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete: Peyton Manning • I Chose My Jersey Number Because: There were no other good numbers available. • I Chose to Attend UGA Because: It was a great opportunity to be surrounded with good people and great coaches that help to put players into the next level.

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j.j. frazier Guard, 5-10, 150, Fr., Glennville, Ga. (Faith Baptist Christian)

Prep Highlights

• Regarded as the top point guard of his class in the state of Georgia. • In his senior year, he averaged 26.5 points in leading FBCA to a 26-5 record and the state championship of the Ga. Association of Christian Schools. • He averaged 26.2 points, 4.9 assists, 5.4 rebounds and 3.1 steals as a junior at Faith Baptist Christian, which won 33 games last season. • Played AAU basketball for the South Georgia Kings program from Hinesville, Ga.

Personal

• Full Name: James Frazier, Jr. • Birthdate/Birthplace: Sept. 19, 1995 in Savannah, Ga. • Nickname: J.J. • Academic Major: Undecided • Mother: Cassonya Frazier • Favorite TV Shows: Fresh Prince, Martin • Favorite Movies: Bad Boys II, The Purge, Horrible Bosses, Friday, Colombiana • Websites I Have Bookmarked: Ask.fm; Twitter • Non-Basketball Interests: Baseball, sleep, hanging out with friends • Hidden Talents: Play piano, drums • My Role Model Away from Sports: My mom • Teammate that Makes Me Laugh Hardest: Kenny Gaines • Proudest Athletic Accomplishment: Being all-time leading scorer at my high school • Proudest Non-Athletic Accomplishment: Being named All-Region Academic • Pre-Game Rituals: Taking a nap and listening to slow jams • Post-Game Rituals: Smile, eat and then sleep • Favorite Academic Subject: History or English • Most Challenging Subject: Math or English • Most Prized Possession: My pride • Sport I’d Most Like to Try: Golf • Favorite NBA Team: L.A. Lakers • Favorite Non-Basketball Team: Braves & Yankees Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete: Derek Jeter • What Drives Me to Excel in Basketball: Desire to succeed; fear of failure • When I was young and playing ball, I pretended I was: Allen Iverson • What I Like Most About Being Part of this Team: Great people, players and coaches • I Chose to Attend UGA Because: I’m from Georgia and I wanted to help UGA Basketball be the best program possible.

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kenny paul geno Forward, 6-6, 200, Fr., Booneville, Miss. (Booneville)

Prep Highlights

• Averaged 23.5 points and 12.5 rebounds per game as a senior at Booneville, which won the State 3A title in 2011 and reached the championship game the past two years. • Named to 5-man All-State First Team by the Jackson Clarion-Ledger in 2013. Clarion-Ledger also picked him to its “Dandy Dozen” squad in Nov. of 2012. • Also Northeast Miss. Daily Journal Player of the Year in 2013. • Averaged 13.5 points and 9.7 rebounds as a junior.

Personal

Recipient of the Mike & Ruth Kooyman Men’s Basketball Scholarship • Full Name: Kenny Paul Geno • Birthdate/Birthplace: June 25, 1995 in Booneville, Miss. • Nickname: Geno or KP • Parents: Kent & Betty Gail Geno • Academic Major: Undecided • Favorite Video Games: NCAA Football, NBA 2K, MLB • Favorite Foods: Hibachi, Mexican • Favorite Movies: Dumb & Dumber, Ted, Facing the Giants, Hoosiers, Happy Gilmore • Non-Basketball Interests: Hunting, Fishing, God • Role Models: My parents • Proudest Non-Athletic Accomplishment: I’ve made six mission trips • Proudest Athletic Accomplishment: Making “Dandy Dozen” in Mississippi • Favorite Academic Subject: History • Most Challenging Subject: Math • Pre-Game Rituals: Praying, listening to • Post-Game Rituals: Icing and eating • Superstitions: Splitting poles • Teammate Who Makes Me Laugh Hardest: Kenny Gaines • My Most Prized Possession: My salvation • When I was young and playing ball, I pretended I was: Shaq • Favorite NBA Team: Miami Heat • Favorite Non-Basketball Pro Team: Atlanta Braves • Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete: Tim Tebow 66

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Player Profiles houston kessler Forward, 6-8, 225, RFr., Newnan, Ga. (Landmark Christian)

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• Redshirted. Practiced with the Bulldogs throughout the 2013 season.

Prep Highlights

Personal

Prep Highlights

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• Full Name: Dusan William Langura • Birthdate/Birthplace: Feb. 26, 1993 in Romont, Switzerland • Nickname: D, Dus, Rolex • Parents: Uros Langura & Dragica Sazdanova-Langura • Adoptive Family in America: Kevin Humphrey & Veronica Shim-Humphrey of Marietta, Ga. • Academic Major: International Affairs • Favorite TV Shows: Sportscenter, Shaqtin’ a Fool • Favorite Food: Chicken Alfredo • Favorite Movies: Coach Carter, He Got Game, Oceans Eleven, Man of Steel • Websites I Have Bookmarked: worldstarhiphop, YouTube, ESPN • Non-Basketball Interests: Soccer, MMA, Music • Hidden Talent: I speak four languages fluently • Role Model Away from sports: My Mother • Teammates that Make Me Laugh Hardest: Kenny Gaines, Nemi Djurisic • Proudest Non-Athletic Accomplishment: Valedictorian of HS Senior Class • Proudest Athletic Accomplishment: High School 3-point shooting record • Pre-Game Ritual: Pray • Post-Game Ritual: Eat • Favorite Academic Subject: Geography • Most Challenging Subject: Math • Favorite NBA Team: Sacramento Kings because Peja Stojakovic played most for them • Favorite NBA Player: Jimmer Fredette • Favorite Non-Basketball Team: Chelsea F.C. • Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete: Novak Djokovic • How I Got Started Playing Basketball: My friends all said that swimming was not for men • When I was Young and Playing Ball, I Pretended I was: Peja Stojakovic • Sport I’d Most Like to Try: Football • I Chose My Jersey Number Because: 16 + 4 represents the street I grew up on.

Records

• Attending UGA on the Ondusco Merit Scholarship. • Played last two years of high school ball (2011-12) for Furtah Prep in Acworth, Ga. • Furtah reached the GISA Class AA state championship game in 2011 and quarterfinal round in 2012. • Named to the GISA All-Region team both years and to its All-State squad in 2011. • Owns school records for 3-point shooting in a single game (9) and season (92). • Did not compete in 2013 in order to fulfill mandatory Swiss military obligation. • Has experience in international basketball, playing for Swiss national U16 and U20 squads.

2012-13 in Review

dusan langura Guard, 6-4, 210, Fr., Romont, Switzerland (Furtah, Ga., Prep)

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Recipient of the Thomas & Sara Cooney Basketball Scholarship • Full Name: Houston Willis Kessler • Birthdate/Birthplace: Jan. 19, 1994 / Augusta, Ga. • Parents: Chad and Andrea Kessler • Academic Major: Economics • Favorite TV Show: SpongeBob SquarePants, ESPN Sportscenter • Websites I most often visit: You Tube, Facebook • Favorite Foods: Lobster, Popcorn, Swedish Fish • Favorite Video Game: Legend of Zelda, NCAA Football • Favorite Academic Subject: Math • Most Challenging Academic Subject: Chemistry • Favorite Non-Basketball Pro Team: Atlanta Falcons • Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete: Roger Federer • Non-Basketball Interests and Hobbies: Hanging out at the lake, wakeboarding, watching movies • Favorite movies: The Prestige, Cinderella Man, Gladiator, Forrest Gump, Remember the Titans • Non-Athletic Talent: Voice Impersonations • How my teammates would describe me: Laid Back • Sports I’d Most Like to Try: Tennis, Golf • Teammate that makes me laugh the hardest: Nemi Djurisic • Pre-Game Ritual: Eating, listening to music • Post-Game Ritual: Celebrating with more food • Non-Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Ranking 2nd in my graduating class • Athletic Accomplishment I’m proudest of: Making First-Team All-State • What Got Me Started in Basketball: My dad got me a Fisher Price goal when I was three. • What drives me to excel in basketball: Just the love of the game

Player Bios

• Earned first-team Class A All-State honors from the Georgia Sportswriters Assn. and was a unanimous All-Region selection this season. • The War Eagles have gone 39-16 over the past two seasons, including a 20-8 mark in 2012 that was capped by a Round of 16 showing in the Class A state tournament. • Son of Chad Kessler, a 4-year Bulldog letterman (1983-87) who scored 675 career points, won Academic All-America honors and was a 5th-round draft choice of the L.A. Clippers in ’87. Also the nephew of the late Alec Kessler, UGA’s No. 2 career scoring leader at 1,788 points and a 1990 lottery pick of the Houston Rockets.

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juwan parker Guard, 6-4, 200, Fr., Tulsa, Okla. (Booker T. Washington)

Prep Highlights

• Rated the nation’s No. 30 shooting guard prospect by Scout.com, No. 39 by Rivals.com. • As a senior, he averaged 21.8 points per game in leading Booker T. Washington to a 17-9 record and the state 5A quarterfinal round. • Averaged 20.5 points and 9.4 rebounds as a junior at BTW, which won Oklahoma 5A state championships in his freshman and sophomore seasons. • Named the 2011 Player of the Year in his home state by the Tulsa World. • Two-time Tulsa World All-State pick, and also twice a “Super 5” selection by The Oklahoman newspaper. • Older brother Jason Parker played at Tulsa and was coached by former UGA assistant Kwanza Johnson.

Personal

Recipient of the Vincent J. & Barbara Dooley Scholarship • Full Name: Juwan Howard Parker • Birthdate/Birthplace: Sept. 7, 1994 in Tulsa, Okla. • Nickname: JP • Parents: Johnny & Linda Parker • Academic Major: Pre-Business • Favorite TV Shows: Spongebob Squarepants, American Dad, Family Guy • Websites I Have Bookmarked: Twitter, ESPN, Facebook, Instagram • Favorite Video Games: Grand Theft Auto IV, NBA 2K • Favorite Foods: Calzones, Pizza • Favorite Movies: Django Unchained, Dark Knight, A Haunted House, The Purge, Friday • Hidden Talent: I can juggle • Most Famous Person I’ve Met: Kevin Durant • Proudest Non-Athletic Accomplishment: 4.2 GPA through high school • Proudest Athletic Accomplishment: Winning state championships • Favorite Academic Subject: History • Most Challenging Subject: Marine Biology • Pre-Game Rituals: Pre-game nap, listening to music • Post-Game Rituals: Eating everything • When I was young and playing ball, I pretended I was: Allen Iverson

Brandon Young Guard, 5-10, 160, Fr., Atlanta, Ga. (Marist)

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• Non-Scholarship Player

Prep Highlights

• Twice named captain of Marist squad. Also won team’s Defensive Player award. • Marist reached quarterfinal round of State AAAA tournament in 2012 and 2013. • Also played on Marist’s state semifinalist football team in 2012.

Personal

• Full Name: Brandon Howard Young • Birthdate / Birthplace: July 12, 1994 in Atlanta, Ga. • Nickname: BY • Parents: Bill and Margaret Young • Academic Major: Pre-Business • Favorite TV Shows: Sportscenter, Blue Mountain State • Favorite Video Games: NCAA Football, Super Smash Brothers • Websites I Have Bookmarked: ESPN, Facebook • Favorite Foods: fried rice, buffalo chicken wings, bagel bites • Favorite Movies: Batman, Remember the Titans, My Cousin Vinny • Non-Basketball Interests: Golf, Taking naps • Most Famous Person I’ve Met: Herschel Walker • Proudest Non-Athletic Accomplishment: National Honor Society • Proudest Athletic Accomplishment: Two-time team captain • Pre-Game Rituals: Country Music and Stretching • Post-Game Rituals: Sleeping • Superstitions: Two pairs of socks and always a Blow Pop on game day • Most Prized Possessions: My family; high school diploma • Favorite Academic Subject: History • Most Challenging Subject: Math • Sport I’d Most Like to Try: Pole Vaulting • I Chose My Jersey Number Because: 1 and 4 add up to my high school number (5) • Favorite NBA Team: San Antonio Spurs • Favorite NBA Player: Danilo Gallinari • Favorite Non-Basketball Pro Team: Atlanta Braves • Favorite Non-Basketball Athlete: Hines Ward • When I was young and playing ball, I pretended I was: Jason Terry and Steve Nash • What I Like Most About Being Part of this Team: The friends I’ve made and the competition that comes with it • I Chose to Attend UGA Because: I have family that went here and I’ve loved the Dawgs all my life. 68


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Coaches & Support

Mark Fox

Head Coach

2013-14 Outlook

Coaches & Support Staff

Opponent Info 2012-13 in Review

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Mark Fox Head Coach

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Pack’s associate head coach under Trent Johnson. When Johnson left Nevada for the head coaching job at Stanford, Fox assumed the lead chair, and the program kept its torrid pace. As an assistant in 2003-04, Fox helped Nevada reach the NCAA Sweet Sixteen for the first time in school history as the Wolf Pack turned in a 25-9 overall record. Nevada registered upset victories over Michigan State and Gonzaga in the 2004 NCAA Tournament. Nevada also tied for a share of the Western Athletic Conference regular-season crown for the first time in school history and captured the WAC Tournament title. Coaching has been Fox’s aspiration for as long as he can recall. All along his career path in this chosen sport, he has drawn inspiration from countless places and people. Ironically, some of his most valuable nuggets of wisdom have come from coaches outside of basketball. He includes noted collegiate volleyball coach Jim McLaughlin (USC, Washington and Kansas State) as well as football coaches Don James (Washington) and Bill Snyder (K State) among his professional role models. Fox began his coaching career as a graduate assistant coach and then as a full-time assistant under Lynn Nance at the University of Washington (1991-93). 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 in

Coaches & Support

Fox’s most recent Bulldog squad took big steps forward during the 2013 season. With a team that counted many freshman and sophomores among its key players, Georgia tallied 15 wins, but more importantly became just the third UGA squad in the past 10 years to post a .500 record in Southeastern Conference play. Perhaps the biggest highlight of the 2013 season was the team’s 5-game mid-season win streak in SEC play, the longest such streak for the program in 12 years. Just two years after arriving in Athens, Fox guided the Georgia program to its first 20-win season in nine years in 2011. The Bulldogs also earned their way into the NCAA Tournament, the program’s first at-large bid in nine seasons. There were plenty more measurable signs that 2011 was a marked ascension for the Bulldogs: • Georgia’s 21 wins were its most since 2002 and just the 11th 20-win season in program history. • Georgia earned its first national Top 25 ranking since 2003. • Average home attendance was its best since 2004. In Fox’s first season in Athens, amid low expectations, the Bulldogs in 2010 toppled three Top 25 opponents and nearly knocked off several more. They led the Southeastern Conference in key benchmarks such as free throw percentage, field goal percentage and assists. Just as important, they forced their SEC brethren to take notice of a new combatant joining their fight. Throughout his first three seasons at Georgia, Fox has spoken often of instilling a winning culture in the program. Nowhere is this more tangible than in his team’s academic pursuits. At the end of Spring Semester of 2012, no fewer than 12 Bulldogs had earned undergraduate degrees in Fox’s tenure. Fox became the 21st head basketball coach in the history of the University of Georgia on April 3, 2009. The native Kansan arrived in Athens after five successful seasons in a similar capacity at the University of Nevada, which played in the postseason in each of those five years. During Fox’s tenure as head coach, Nevada won at least 21 games each season, won or shared four straight Western Athletic Conference titles and played in three consecutive NCAA Tournaments. He was named the WAC Don Haskins Coach of the Year three times. In all, Fox spent nine seasons coaching basketball at the Reno school. His first four (2001-04) came as the Wolf

Player Bios

ark Fox continues his stewardship of the Georgia basketball program, a journey he’s taken since April of 2009. His first four seasons have produced plenty of highlights and milestones, certainly enough to portend of a bright long-term future for the Bulldogs.

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Coaching Staff troduced Fox to a co-worker in the Huskies’ promotions department named Cindy Holt. The two were married four years later. After his two-year stint at Washington, Fox completed another important step in his coaching career. He spent the1993-94 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 (1994-2000) 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 Conference in that category from 1996-99. 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 from the Big Eight, Big 12, Pac-10 and WAC. 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. Fox also played key roles in bringing 2004 WAC Player of the Year and NBA first-round draft pick Kirk Snyder to the program,

Birthdate: January 13, 1969 Hometown: Garden City, Kansas Family: Wife – Cindy Children: Parker (13), Olivia (11)

Education

Administration/ Sports Psychology, 1996

Garden City Community College (1987-89) Eastern New Mexico, B.S. in Physical Education, 1991 University of Kansas, M.S. Athletic

as well as prep All-American Luke Babbit, former Wolf Pack all-conference selections Todd Okeson and Kevinn Pinkney to name a few. Most recently, Fox added to this list 2011 McDonald’s All-America guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Georgia’s first such national honoree in almost 20 years. In addition to his recruiting prowess, Fox has also built a name for himself in the area of player development. His prime example is former Nevada guard Ramon Sessions, lightly recruited out of high school but who has quietly put together a solid career in the NBA. In February of 2012, website RealGM.com ranked Fox first nationally among all college coaches in player development, adding that he “has truly been fantastic at getting the most out of his players.” Fox played college basketball at Garden City (Kan.) Community College (1987-89) under former Nevada head coach Jim Carey and then lettered two seasons at Eastern New Mexico University (1989-91) in Portales, N.M. He was a first-team Academic All-Lone Star Conference selection in 1991. He graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in physical education from Eastern New Mexico in 1991 and obtained a master’s of science degree in athletic administration and sports psychology from the University of Kansas in 1996. Fox and his wife, Cindy, have two children: a son, Parker (13), and a daughter, Olivia (11).

Coaching Honors

Don Haskins Coach of the Year, Western Athletic Conference, 2005-07

Players that have played in the NBA Luke Babbitt* Kevinn Pinkney Nick Fazekas Ramon Sessions Armon Johnson Rich Manning JaVale McGee* Kirk Snyder* *First-Round Draft Pick

UGA Wins over Top 25 Opponents

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-Present

1/5/10 1/23/10 2/6/10 1/8/11 2/11/12 2/25/12

73-66 vs. #20 Georgia Tech 78-63 vs. #8 Tennessee 72-58 vs. #18 Vanderbilt 77-70 vs. #10 Kentucky 70-68 (OT) at #20 Miss. State 76-62 vs. #11 Florida

Year-by-Year Head Coaching Record Year 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 at Nevada 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 at Georgia TOTALS 72

Mark Pope Trey Thompkins Travis Leslie Kentavious Caldwell-Pope*

Overall 25-7 27-6 29-5 21-12 21-13 123-43 14-17 21-12 15-17 15-17 65-63 188-106

Pct. Home Away Neu. Conf. .781 13-4 11-2 1-1 16-2 .818 17-1 10-3 0-2 13-3 .853 15-1 10-2 4-2 14-2 .636 13-3 7-9 1-0 12-4 .618 13-8 8-5 0-0 11-5 .741 71-17 46-21 6-5 66-16 .452 12-4 0-11 2-2 5-11 .636 12-4 7-4 2-4 9-7 .469 11-6 2-9 2-2 5-11 .469 12-6 3-8 0-3 9-9 .508 47-20 12-32 6-11 28-38 .639 118-37 58-53 12-16 94-54

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


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Philip Pearson Assistant Basketball Coach (Alabama ‘93) Fifth Season at Georgia

Player Bios Records

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Media Information

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

History

Full Name: Philip J. Pearson Born: February 16, 1971 in Montgomery, Ala. Family: Wife - Ashley. Children - Mary Collins (13), William (11), Catherine (9). 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

2012-13 in Review

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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 (13), William (11) and Catherine (9).

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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 spent 16 years representing the Alabama program, either as a player or coach. 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. Pearson got his start in the coaching business as a graduate assistant to Wimp Sanderson at Arkansas-Little 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

Playing Career

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Stacey Palmore Assistant Basketball Coach (Livingstone ‘93) Fifth Season at Georgia

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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. 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 (200102) 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

Palmore Facts Full Name: Stacey L. Palmore Born: March 23, 1969 in Greenwood, S.C. Family: Son - Jaden Alexander (5) High School: Greenwood High School, Greenwood, S.C. Undergraduate: B.A. degree, Livingstone College, Salisbury, N.C.

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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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 (1993-96) and head coach for his final year. Among his pupils at Warwick included current Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick. 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.

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


Coaching Staff 2013-14 Outlook

Jonas Hayes Assistant Basketball Coach

Two of the three teams on which Hayes played reached post-season play, including the 2002 NCAA Tournament and 2004 NIT. Native Atlantans, Hayes and his twin brother Jarvis transferred to UGA after playing their freshman seasons at West-

ern Carolina University. Jarvis earned 1st-team All-SEC honors in each of his years at Georgia before he entered the NBA Draft in 2003. He played seasons in the NBA and continues to play professionally overseas.

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2012-13 in Review

Asst. Basketball Coach, Morehouse College, Atlanta, 2006 Asst. Basketball Coach, South Carolina Personal State, Orangeburg, S.C., 2007 Full Name: Asst. Basketball Coach, Belmont Abbey, Jonas Louis Hayes Belmont, N.C., 2008-12 Born: Aug. 9, 1981 in Program Coordinator, University of GeorAtlanta, Ga. gia, 2012-13 season High School: Douglass Asst. Basketball Coach, University of High School, Atlanta Georgia, Present Undergraduate: B.A. degree, University of Playing Career Georgia, 2004 • Three-year letterman at Georgia (2002-04). Coaching Experience Transferred to UGA after one season (2000) Asst. Basketball Coach, Douglass High at Western Carolina. School, Atlanta, 2005

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Cody Anderson Alto, Ga.

Chad Aycock Columbus, Ga.

Cooper Kostel Dacula, Ga.

Lainn Wilson Evans, Ga.

Media Information

onas Hayes, 2004 UGA graduate and the Bulldogs’ Basketball Operations Coordinator for the 2013 season, was promoted to Assistant Coach in June of 2013. Hayes joined the Georgia staff in May of 2012. As Operations Coordinator last season, he directed a number of tasks, including the players’ dayto-day schedules and their academic performance, as well as assisting with the program’s on-campus recruiting efforts, summer camps and community outreach. “Jonas has done a terrific job for us and he has earned the opportunity to move up,” Fox said. “His love of Georgia, connections in this region, and magnetic personality are great assets in recruiting for our program.” The Atlanta native returned to Georgia after five seasons as an assistant coach at Belmont Abbey in Belmont, N.C. Previously, he had also served brief stints as an assistant coach at South Carolina State, Morehouse College and his alma mater, Douglass High School in Atlanta. Hayes earned three letters as a prominent player on three successful Georgia teams between 2002-04. He started 41 of 88 games for the Bulldogs, scoring 759 points (8.6 avg.) and pulling down 435 rebounds (4.9 avg.). His career scoring high of 25 points came at a most opportune time, when the 2004 Bulldogs upended 3rd-ranked Georgia Tech 83-80 in double overtime. Among his other career highlights included his first collegiate 3-pointer, a 30-foot bank shot at the buzzer that won a game for the Bulldogs at Colorado on Dec. 3, 2002.

Player Bios

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Support Staff college’s athlete of the year in his senior year, 1971-72. He has a BS in business, and also a master’s degree in secondary education, from Fort Hays (Kan.) State. A native of Rochester, Pa., Davison has two sons, Matthew and Andrew, a daughter-in-law, Jazmin, and two grandsons, Jaxon and Rhys.

Kent Davison

Director of Basketball Operations

Kent Davison

Director of Basketball Operations In coming to Georgia in 2009 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 team-related events, as well as implementation and monitoring of the program’s budget. A graduate of Sterling (Kan.) College, Davison went to school as a scholarship football player in the NAIA program, but soon changed sports. He began his coaching career in basketball, football and tennis at Winfield (Kan.) High School in 1974. At age 24, he was named Winfield’s head basketball coach. He also taught accounting. 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 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, most prominently Keith Smart, the hero of Indiana’s 1987 NCAA championship team. Davison was previously the first-ever head coach at three different NBA Developmental League franchises: Roanoke (2001-06), 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). Before coming to Georgia, Davison served the 2008 year as head coach of the national team of the Middle Eastern country of Qatar. At Sterling, Davison lettered in baseball and basketball. He was a three-time all-conference selection in basketball, and a twotime all-league pick in baseball. He was the 76

Byron Samuels

Operations Coordinator

Byron Samuels

Operations Coordinator Byron Samuels, a veteran of the collegiate ranks whose career includes three head coaching posts, was named Basketball Operations Coordinator in June of 2013. In his new position, Samuels will direct a number of tasks, including the players’ day-to-day schedules and their academic performance, as well as assisting with the program’s on-campus recruiting efforts, summer camps and community outreach. Samuels, a native of Winston-Salem, N.C., earned his B.S. degree from UNC-Asheville in 1986 and his master’s from Western Carolina four years later. Samuels’ first head coaching job came at Hampton University. During his two-year stint (1995-97), he helped the Pirates with their transition to NCAA Division I status. His teams broke 14 team and individual records, and both of his recruiting classes were ranked No. 1 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Samuels left Hampton in 1997 to join his college coach, Jerry Green, as an assistant on Green’s staff at Tennessee. In each of their four years at UT, the Vols earned NCAA Tournament berths, highlighted by an SEC co-championship and a Sweet 16 appearance in 2000. Over the entirety of his coaching career, Samuels helped guide six teams to post-season bids. In addition to the four Tennessee squads, teams at Washington State and Tulsa reached earned NIT berths. Samuels was the head coach at Radford University from 2003-07 after serving

one season there as an assistant coach. His tenure with the Highlanders included an appearance in the league’s tournament championship game and several player and team accolades, both on the court and in the classroom. Most recently, Samuels was an assistant at South Florida for two seasons (2007-09), followed by two years as Assistant AD and head coach at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa (2010-12). In the latter position, he coached recent Bulldog center John Florveus. Before coming to UGA, Samuels founded a non-profit mentoring organization and was a board member and area representative for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes for two years. Samuels’ coaching career also includes assistant stops at Washington State (1994-95) and UNC-Wilmington (1990-91 and again in 1992-94), as well as graduate assistant posts at Tulsa (1990) and Western Carolina (1989). Samuels is married to the former Beverlyn Wright. The couple has two children, a daughter, Eryn (20), a junior at East Tennessee State, and a son, Evan (14).

Matt Bucklin

Graduate Assistant

Matt Bucklin begins his second season as a graduate assistant on the Georgia staff, continuing an association he began with the Bulldogs as a walkon guard in the fall of 2008. A native of Marietta, Bucklin played four seasons (2009-12) for Georgia as a reserve point guard. During his career Bucklin earned a number of accolades for his work off the court. Most prominent among them included: 4-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll, 2012 SEC “Good Works” Team member and 2012 member of the UGA Student-Athlete Advisory Council. Bucklin is currently pursuing his master’s degree in the Sports Management program at UGA. His older brother Mike preceded him as a member of the Bulldog basketball program in the 2003-04 seasons.


Support Staff

Cory Kopaniasz Academic Counselor

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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 women’s basketball team and he has previously worked with both Georgia tennis teams, both swimming programs, baseball, gymnastics, 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

Jarrett Schweim was named Assistant Athletic Trainer at UGA in August of 2013. In his capacity he works directly, and exclusively, with the Georgia Bulldog Basketball team. Schweim joined the UGA Athletic Association after three years as an Assistant Athletic Trainer at the University of Florida. In his former capacity, he worked directly with the Gator football program. Prior to his most recent time at Florida, Schweim served three years -- the first two as a Graduate Assistant and the latter as a full-time Assistant Trainer in the athletics program at Ohio State University. He worked primarily with the Buckeyes’ football and men’s tennis teams. A native of St. Augustine, Fla., Schweim is a 2006 graduate of the University of Florida, with a degree in Athletic Training. He earned his Master’s degree in Allied Health Management from Ohio State in 2009. Upon graduating from Florida, Schweim served a 1-year internship as an Intern Athletic Trainer, during which he worked with the Gators’ NCAA championship basketball team. Schweim was married to the former Emily Mills of Plant City, Fla., in June of 2013.

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Sean Hayes joined the Athletic Association in August of 2010 as Assistant Strength & Conditioning Director. In that capacity, he oversees all aspects of the Bulldogs’ strength and conditioning program, and he also works with the Georgia volleyball and women’s golf programs. Hayes came to Georgia after four seasons in a similar capacity with the Buffalo Bills of the NFL. Before his tenure in pro football, he had spent over a decade in college athletics. Most recently, he served as the strength and conditioning coach for the Clemson University basketball team from 2004-2006. For over two years (2002-04)

Assistant Trainer

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Strength & Conditioning

Jarrett Schweim

Coaches & Support

Sean Hayes

Player Bios

Pam Gauld has been a member of the University of Georgia Athletic Association since May of 2004 as the Program Specialist in the men’s basketball office. Active in the community, Gauld volunteers with The UGA Catholic Center 5K Human Race, Relay for Life, Coaches vs. Cancer and Athens Regional “In Her Shoes” events. Gauld and her husband John, a teacher in Oconee County, have lived in the Athens area since 1997. They have three children: Patrick, a UGA and Michigan State alumnus, who is a school psychologist in Chicago; Andrea, a professor of pharmacy at Notre Dame of Maryland University; and Emily, a UGA alumnus and currently a graduate student in the Dept. of Germanic and Slavic Languages at UGA.

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, 11-year-old Caden.

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Pam Gauld

Administrative Secretary

Hayes was the Director of Strength and Conditioning for the entire 41-sport program at Harvard University, with concentrated work for the Crimson’s football team, both basketball teams, as well as both ice hockey squads. His other collegiate stops included the University of Tulsa, his alma mater Springfield College, Yale University and Boston University. Hayes earned his Bachelor of Science degree in health fitness from Springfield College in 1996, then completed a Master of Education in Applied Exercise Science from Springfield in 1999. Hayes is married to the former Susanne Esteban, and the couple has two daughters Kaylie (10) and Ella (7).

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Support Staff / Administration John Bateman John Bateman was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing in 2013 after seven years as Director of Marketing. Bateman 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 program and act as a liaison between the Athletic Association and the Redcoat Marching Band and all other athletic bands. 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.

Exec. Associate AD Financial Operations

Alan Thomas

Associate AD External Operations

Stephanie Ransom

Assistant AD Business Operations

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Associate Director Sports Comm.

Assistant AD Promotions

Emily Deitz was promoted to Assistant Athletic Director for Promotions in 2013 after seven years as Director of Promotions.  In her currrent position, she coordinates the promotional efforts for all 21 Bulldog and Lady Bulldog athletic teams and is directly responsible for football, men’s basketball, women’s basketball and gymnastics, 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 WKU 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 two daughters, Briley Paige, born in January of 2007, and Eliannah Jane, born in December of 2009.

Senior Athletic Administration

Frank Crumley

Tim Hix

Emily Deitz

Assistant AD Marketing

Tim Hix begins his 19th season as Associate Director of Sports Communications, also his 19th as the primary information contact for men’s

basketball. From 1984 until 1995, Hix served first as Assistant SID and later as Senior Assistant. During his time at UGA, he has handled publicity for the nationally-successful women’s basketball program, as well as a number of other Bulldog and Lady Bulldog sports, including track & field, golf, swimming and equestrian. 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 is married to the former Robin Amos of Lexington, Ky., and they have two children: daughter Payton, 26, of Lexington, son Grant,18, and a grandson, Carter Cash Johnson, born May 16, 2012.

Dr. Carla Williams

Claude Felton Sr. Associate AD Sports Comm.

Sr. Associate AD Academics & Eligibility

Sr. Associate AD Compliance

Jim Booz

Ron Courson

Ted White

Matt Brachowski

Josh Brooks

Tim Cearley

Mark Slonaker

Executive Associate Athletic Director

Associate AD Academic Services

Charles Whittemore Assistant AD Facilities

Associate AD Event Management

Glada Horvat

Associate AD Internal Operations

Steve Bryant Assistant AD Sports Medicine

Associate AD Ticket Operations

Steve Flippen Assistant AD Compliance

Associate AD Sports Medicine

Executive Director Ga. Bulldog Club

Rhonda Kilpatrick Assistant AD Academics / Eligibility


UGA Administration Jere W. Morehead

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in Undergraduate Teaching, the Teacher of the Year Award in the Terry College of Business, and the Lothar Tresp Outstanding Honors Professor Award. President Morehead is a native of Lakeland, Florida. He moved with his family to Atlanta as a teenager, where he completed high school early, and enrolled at Georgia State University at the age of 16. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree four years later in 1977. He entered the University of Georgia School of Law in 1977, where he graduated with a juris doctor degree at the age of 23 in 1980. After graduation, he served as an assistant United States attorney with the Department of Justice from 1980 to 1986. He is the first alumnus of UGA to be named president since Dr. Fred Davison in 1967.

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in the Terry College of Business, where he has held a faculty appointment since 1986. He is a co-author of several books and book chapters, including The Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business, and he has published scholarly articles on legal topics ranging from export controls to jury selection. He has served as editor-in-chief of the American Business Law Journal and previously held several other editorial board positions with the ABLJ. He directed the UGA Law School’s Advocacy Program from 1986 to 1995 at a time when the moot court teams he coached won international, national, regional and state championships. In 1995, he served as a visiting professor of business law at the University of Michigan. President Morehead has received several University-wide teaching awards, including the Josiah Meigs Award -- UGA’s highest honor for teaching excellence -- the Richard B. Russell Award for Excellence

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ere W. Morehead became the University of Georgia’s 22nd president on July 1, 2013, having previously served as UGA’s senior vice president for academic affairs and provost since 2010. President Morehead’s career covers a wide range of faculty and administrative roles. Prior to 2010, he served UGA in several key administrative assignments, including vice president for instruction, vice provost for academic affairs, associate provost and director of the Honors Program, and acting executive director of legal affairs. From 2003 to 2010, he served as the University’s Faculty Athletics Representative. As UGA President, he also serves as chair of the Georgia Athletic Association Board of Directors, chair of the UGA Research Foundation, a UGA Foundation trustee and a UGA Real Estate Foundation trustee. President Morehead is the Meigs Professor of Legal Studies

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University of Georgia President

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Administration Greg McGarity Athletic Director

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thens native and University of Georgia graduate Greg McGarity was named Director of Athletics at UGA on August 13, 2010, after serving 18 years in the athletic department at the University of Florida. Since that time, McGarity has injected a program of imagination and innovation into the Georgia Athletic Association, with emphasis on exploring new ideas and initiatives designed to move the organization forward in all areas of competition, academics, and service. Among the many initiatives are implementation of a nutrition program for all sports, greater emphasis on customer service as well as community service, enhancement of the in-game experience for guests and patrons in all sports, and development of leadership programs fostering staff development. In addition, he has encouraged the experimentation with new ideas such as moving volleyball competition to Stegeman Coliseum and bringing a sold-out concert (Jason Aldean, 65,000) to Sanford Stadium for the first time ever. He was also instrumental in development and implementation, along with Nike, of a new brand identity program which brings consistency in use of colors, logos, lettering and numerals to Georgia sports teams. He was named recipient of the 2013 Tom Osborne Award presented by the Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (CPSDA) for special achievement and contributions to advanced-practice sports nutrition. McGarity oversees a 21-sport athletics program supported by a budget of $92 million. Since becoming Director of Athletics, Georgia teams have won a national championship in women’s swimming and diving (2013) and SEC championships in men’s tennis (2011 and 2013), women’s tennis (2013), women’s swimming and diving (2011, 2012, 2013), men’s tennis SEC Tournament (2012 and 2013), and two SEC eastern division titles in football (2011 and 2012). During that time 18 different Georgia teams have been ranked in the nation’s top 20 and 10 in the top ten. Georgia’s standing in the Learfield Director’s Cup, which annually measures athletic teams success in NCAA championships, has improved from 20th in 2011 to 10th in 2013. A 1976 graduate of UGA’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, McGarity is a 2012 inductee into the Grady Fellowship, a recognition program to honor those whose influence, achievements and service to the media professions have enhanced the

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reputation of the Grady College. He was also appointed in 2012 to the NCAA Division I Football Issues Committee, a position he will hold through 2016. At UF, he served as Executive Associate Athletic Director after serving as both an associate and senior associate athletic director during his tenure. His duties at Florida included assisting the athletic director in daily operations of the department, assisting in preparation and approval of the annual budget and extensive involvement in long-term planning, contracts, competition scheduling and employment searches, among other areas. McGarity was involved in the planning and supervision of several construction projects, including the expansion of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium and the William Heavener Football Complex. McGarity was a letterman on the 1973 Bulldog tennis team and following graduation began his professional career at UGA. After serving as a student assistant from 197377, he held positions as assistant sports information director and head women’s tennis coach (1977-82), administrative assistant (1982-88), and assistant athletic director for facilities and event management (1988-92). McGarity is married to the former Sheryl Holland, who graduated from UGA in 1976 with a Bachelor of Science degree in education. They have one son, Alex, a graduate of the University of Florida and the University of Georgia.

Prof. David Shipley Faculty Athletics Representative

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rofessor David E. Shipley became UGA’s Faculty Athletics Representative in July of 2010. In his role, he is part of the team responsible for ensuring the university’s academic compliance with NCAA regulations and academic success for student athletes. Shipley joined the School of Law faculty as dean and professor of law in July 1998. He led the school through the completion of a strategic planning process; a $3.2 million renovation of several classrooms and the law library’s Carl E. Sanders Reading Room; a school-wide technology upgrade; the creation of the director of advocacy position; the establishment of the Land Use Clinic; and the successful passage of an ABA site inspection. He resigned as dean in June 2003 to return to teaching full time as the Thomas R.R. Cobb Professor of Law. Shipley was dean and professor at the University of Kentucky College

Greg McGarity Athletic Director

Prof. David Shipley Faculty Athletics Representative

of Law (1993-98); dean, director of the Law Center and professor at the University of Mississippi School of Law (1990-93); and associate dean for administrative affairs and professor at the University of South Carolina School of Law (1989-90). He joined the faculty at the University of South Carolina School of Law in 1977 as a visiting assistant professor after practicing law with the firm Tillinghast, Collins & Graham for two years in Providence, R.I. In addition, he was a visiting professor at William & Mary in 1983-84 and at Ohio State in 1986-87. Shipley is an active member of the American Bar Association and the Association of American Law Schools. He has also chaired and served on several ABA accreditation inspections. Shipley earned his undergraduate degree in history with highest honors from Oberlin College and his law degree from the University of Chicago, where he was executive editor of the University of Chicago Law Review.


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Records

History

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2013 Charleston Classic 2013 Charleston Classic Bracket

Nov. 21-14, 2010 Charleston, S.C.

Nebraska

Game #1 11/21 - 12:30 p.m. Game #5 11/22 12:00 p.m. ESPNU or 3

UMass ESPN3

UAB

Game #2 11/21 - 3:00 p.m.

Game #6 11/22 2:30 p.m. ESPN2 or U

ESPNU

Game #11 11/24 6:30 p.m. ESPNU

Championship Game

All Tipoff Times Eastern

GEORGIA

Game #12 11/24 9:00 p.m. ESPN2

Game #3 11/21 - 5:00 p.m. ESPNU

Game #8 11/22 9:30 p.m. ESPNU

Temple

Game #4 11/21 - 7:30 p.m.

Clemson

5th-Place Game

ESPN3

Game #10 11/24 - 2:30 p.m. ESPN3

Nebraska General Information Location: ...............................Lincoln, Neb. Founded: ...........................................1869 Enrollment: ....................................24,207 Colors: .........................Scarlet and Cream Nickname: .................................. Huskers Conference: ...................................Big Ten Chancellor: ......... Harvey S. Perlman, J.D. Athletic Director:..............Shawn Eichorst

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ............... Keith Mann Office Phone: ................... (402) 472-2263 Basketball SID:............ Shamus McKnight Mobile Phone:................... (402) 540-0268 Email:................. smcknight@huskers.com SID Fax Phone:................. (402) 472-2005 Press Row Phone:............ (402) 472-2279 Web Site:.......................www.huskers.com Twitter Updates:............... @HuskerHoops

Basketball Information Head Coach:............................... Tim Miles Record at Nebraska/Yrs......... 15-18 / 2nd Overall Record/Yrs............ 298-238 / 19th Assistant Coaches ........................................... Chris Harriman .................................................Craig Smith ..............................................Kenya Hunter Home Court: ............ Pinnacle Bank Arena Capacity:.........................................15,100 2012-13 Records:.................... 15-18; 5-13 2013-13 Post-Season..........................N/A Starters Lost/Ret:.................................2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ............................4/9 Top Returnees Ray Gallegos, G, 6-2, Sr., 12.5 ppg, 3.1 rpg Shavon Shields, G, 6-6, So., 8.6 ppg, 5.1 rpg David Rivers, F, 6-7, Jr., 5.6 ppg, 3.4 rpg

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Sports Info Director: ............ Joe Galbraith Office Phone: ................... (864) 656-9227 Basketball SID:....................... Philip Sikes Mobile Phone:................... (864) 525-4889 Email:....................... philips@clemson.edu SID Fax Phone:................. (864) 656-0299 Press Row Phone:............ (864) 656-6833 Web Site:............. www.clemsontigers.com Twitter Updates:............... @ClemsonMBB

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Davidson

Game #7 11/22 7:00 p.m. ESPN3

General Information Location: ............................ Clemson, S.C. Founded: ...........................................1889 Enrollment: ....................................20,768 Colors: ...........Clemson Orange & Regalia Nickname: ......................................Tigers Conference: ........................ Atlantic Coast President: ........................James F. Barker Athletic Director:............ Dan Radakovich

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New Mexico

3rd-Place Game

Clemson

7th-Place Game

Game #9 11/24 - 12:00 p.m. ESPN3

New Mexico General Information Location: ......................Albuquerque, N.M. Founded: ...........................................1889 Enrollment: ....................................28,800 Colors: ...........................Cherry and Silver Nickname: ......................................Lobos Conference: .......................Mountain West President: ....................... Dr. Robert Frank Athletic Director:..................... Paul Krebs

Sports Information Sports Info Director: .... Frank Mercogliano Office Phone: ................... (505) 925-5520 Basketball SID:................................ Same Mobile Phone:................... (505) 410-4844 Email:........................... fmercog@unm.edu SID Fax Phone:................. (505) 925-5609 Press Row Phone:............ (505) 925-5598 Web Site:.......................www.golobos.com Twitter Updates:.................. @UNMHoops

Basketball Information Head Coach:..............................Craig Neal Record at UNM/Yrs............... First Season Overall Record/Yrs............... First Season Assistant Coaches ............................................. Lamont Smith ............................................... Drew Adams ................................................. Craig Snow Home Court: .................................. The Pit Capacity:.........................................15,411 2012-13 Records:...................... 29-6; 13-3 2013-13 Post-Season... NCAA 2nd Round Starters Lost/Ret:.................................1/4 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ............................5/7 Top Returnees Kendall Williams (G, 6-4, Sr., 13.3 ppg, 3.5 rpg Alex Kirk (C, 7-0, Jr., 12.1 ppg, 8.1 rpg)

UMass General Information Location: ...........................Amherst, Mass. Founded: ...........................................1863 Enrollment: ....................................27,019 Colors: ........... Maroon, Black, Grey, White Nickname: ..............................Minutemen Conference: ..............................Atlantic 10 Chancellor: ....... Dr. Kumble Subbaswamy Athletic Director:..........John McCutcheon

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ............. John Sinnett Office Phone: ................... (413) 545-1744 Basketball SID:.......................Brian Henry Mobile Phone:................... (413) 230-2083 Email:............ bwhenry@admin.umass.edu SID Fax Phone:................. (413) 545-1556 Press Row Phone:............ (413) 545-6139 Web Site:.......... www.UMassAthletics.com Twitter Updates:................@UMass_Bball

Basketball Information

Head Coach:........................ Brad Brownell Record at Clemson/Yrs........... 51-45 / 4th Overall Record/Yrs............ 218-130 / 12th Assistant Coaches ..............................................Mike Winiecki ................................................... Earl Grant ................................................ Steve Smith Home Court: ............... Littlejohn Coliseum Capacity:.........................................10,000 2012-13 Records:.................... 13-18; 5-13 2013-13 Post-Season..........................N/A Starters Lost/Ret:.................................2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ............................4/9 Top Returnees K.J. McDaniels (F, 6-6, Jr., 10.9 ppg, 5.0 rpg) Jordan Roper (G, 5-11, So., 7.9 ppg, 1.3 rpg)

Head Coach:........................ Derek Kellogg Record at Temple/Yrs.............. 85-77 / 6th Overall Record/Yrs.......................... Same Assistant Coaches .......................................Shyrone Chatman ...........................................Adam Ginsburg ...................................... Marlon Williamson Home Court: .......................Mullins Center Capacity:...........................................9,493 2012-13 Records:...................... 21-12; 9-7 2013-13 Post-Season.........NIT 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret:.................................2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ............................4/7 Top Returnees Chaz Williams (G, 5-9, 175, 15.5 ppg, 4.2 rpg) Cady Lalanne (F, 6-10, Jr., 8.4 ppg, 7.4 rpg)

Temple

UAB

General Information Location: .........................Philadelphia, Pa. Founded: ...........................................1884 Enrollment: ....................................39,000 Colors: ...........................Cherry and White Nickname: ........................................Owls Conference: ...................American Athletic President: .......................Neil D. Theobald Athletic Director:.................... Kevin Clark

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ........Larry Dougherty Office Phone: ................... (215) 204-2588 Basketball SID:................................ Same Mobile Phone:................... (215) 651-1822 Email:....................... larrydoc@temple.edu SID Fax Phone:................. (215) 204-3850 Press Row Phone:............ (215) 204-7445 Web Site:.................... www.owlsports.com Twitter Updates:.............. @TUMBBHoops

Basketball Information Head Coach:..........................Fran Dunphy Record at Temple/Yrs............ 158-75 / 8th Overall Record/Yrs............ 468-238 / 25th Assistant Coaches ..................................................Dave Duke .......................................... Dwayne Killings ................................................Shawn Trice Home Court: .................. Liacouras Center Capacity:.........................................10,206 2012-13 Records:.....................24-10; 11-5 2013-13 Post-Season.... NCAA 3rd Round Starters Lost/Ret:.................................3/2 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ............................5/8 Top Returnees Anthony Lee (F, 6-9, Jr., 9.8 ppg, 6.8 rpg) Will Cummings (G, 6-2, Jr., 5.8 ppg, 2.2 rpg)

General Information Location: ........................ Birmingham, Ala. Founded: ...........................................1969 Enrollment: ....................................17,999 Colors: ...............Forest Green & Old Gold Nickname: ....................................Blazers Conference: ....................Conference USA President: ............................Dr. Ray Watts Athletic Director:..................Brian Mackin

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ...............Norm Reilly Office Phone: ................... (205) 934-0722 Basketball SID:................... Tray Littlefield Mobile Phone:................... (205) 504-4566 Email:.................................. trayl@uab.edu SID Fax Phone:................. (205) 934-7505 Press Row Phone:............ (205) 934-0720 Web Site:................... www.uabsports.com Twitter Updates:................ @UABAthletics

Basketball Information Head Coach:.......................... Jerod Haase Record at UAB/Yrs................. 16-17 / 2nd Overall Record/Yrs................. 16-17 / 2nd Assistant Coaches ..................................................Rob Ehsan .................................................Richie Riley ................................................Jeff Wulbrun Home Court: ........................ Bartow Arena Capacity:...........................................8,500 2012-13 Records:...................... 16-17; 7-9 2013-13 Post-Season..........................N/A Starters Lost/Ret:.................................0/5 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ............................5/6 Top Returnees Rod Rucker (F, 6-5, Sr., 14.5 ppg, 8.2 rpg) Jordan Swing (G, 6-6, Sr., 14.0 ppg, 5.8 rpg) Fahro Alihodzic (C, 6-10, Sr., 9.7 ppg, 4.5 rpg)


Appalachian State

Non-Conference Opponents Chattanooga

Dec. 2, 2012 in Athens

5:00 p.m. (EST)

7:30 p.m. (EST)

TV: CSS

TV: CSS

General Information

Email:......................bowerrp@appstate.edu SID Fax Phone:...................(828) 262-6106 Press Row Phone:..............(828) 262-7060 Web Site:............. www.appstatesports.com

Basketball Information

Head Coach:........................... Jason Capel Record at ASU/Yrs..................... 44-49 / 4th Overall Record/Yrs............................Same Assistant Coaches.….Justin Gaines, Kellen Sampson Home Court: ...........Holmes Center (8,325) 2012-13 Records:......................15-16; 10-8 2011-12 Post-Season.............................N/A

2012-13 Personnel Breakdown Wt. 200 180 185 215

Cl. PPG RPG Jr. 14.3 6.2 Jr. 9.2 2.1 Jr. 8.8 3.2 So. 5.3 4.6

6-7

210

Sr.

14.5

7.7

250 180

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Ht. 6-5 6-5 6-3 6-5

Wt. 238 200 170 185

Cl. Sr. So. Jr. So.

PPG RPG 14.9 7.6 12.1 3.8 10.2 3.5 5.3 3.6

6-9

210

Sr.

8.2

4.6

6-4 6-4

191 208

So. Jr.

3.3 3.2

1.3 2.4

6-1 6-4 6-2 6-8

180 190 185 221

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5:00 p.m. (EST)

TV: Pac-12 Networks

TV: ESPNU

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2012-13 Personnel Breakdown

Location: ............................ Davidson, N.C, Founded: ............................................ 1837 Enrollment: ....................................... 1,900 Colors: .....................................Red & Black Nickname: ....................................Wildcats Conference: .................................Southern President: ...............................Carol Quillen Athletic Director:......................Jim Murphy Sports Information Sports Info Director: ............... Joey Beeler Office Phone: .....................(704) 894-2123 Basketball SID:..................................Same Cell Phone:......................... (704) 458-6198

Email:..................... jobeeler@davidson.edu SID Fax Phone:...................(704) 894-2636 Press Row Phone:..............(704) 892-3324 Web Site:........ www.DavidsonWildcats.com

Basketball Information

Head Coach:.......................... Bob McKillop Record at DC/Yrs................. 452-279 / 24th Overall Record/Yrs............................Same Assistant Coaches.......... …..Jim Fox, Matt McKillop, Ryan Mee Home Court: ..................Belk Arena (5,223) 2012-13 Records:........................26-8; 17-1 2012-13 Post-Season.....NCAA 2nd Round

2012-13 Personnel Breakdown

Wt. 200 170 220 220

Cl. Jr. Jr. So. So.

PPG RPG 15.3 3.2 12.4 3.5 10.2 5.7 8.9 4.8

6-7

210

Jr.

10.9

11.2

6-5 6-1

220 180

Sr. So.

2.6 1.5

1.4 0.7

6-7 6-5 6-5 6-7

200 190 208 220

Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

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Starters Returning: No. Name Pos. 24 De’Mon Brooks F 35 Chris Czerapowicz G Starters Lost: 15 Jake Cohen F 5 JP Kuhlman G 12 Nik Cochran G Other Top Lettermen Returning: 4 Tyler Kalinoski G 23 Tom Droney G Top Newcomers 12 Jack Gibbs G 13 Joe Aase F 40 Andrew McAuliffe F

Ht. Wt. 6-7 227 6-7 200

Cl. PPG RPG Sr. 13.7 6.2 Sr. 9.1 5.0

6-10 235 Sr. 14.9 5.3 6-4 195 Sr. 8.0 2.7 6-3 188 Sr. 9.9 2.4 6-4 6-6

172 200

Jr. Sr.

7.6 4.2

2.8 2.9

5-11 195 6-8 210 6-8 225

Fr. Fr. Fr.

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Media Information

Ht. 6-6 6-1 6-10 6-6

History

Head Coach:................................Tad Boyle Record at CU/Yrs....................... 69-38 / 4th Overall Record/Yrs................ 125-104 / 8th Assistant Coaches.…..Jean Prioleau, Mike Rohn, Rodney Billups Home Court: ..... Coors Events Ctr. (11,064) 2012-13 Records:......................21-12; 10-8 2012-13 Post-Season.....NCAA 2nd Round

General Information

Records

Email:............. andrew.green@colorado.edu SID Fax Phone:................... (303) 492-3811 Press Row Phone:..............(303) 492-1552 Web Site:........................www.CUBuffs.com

2012-13 in Review

Nov. 21, 2013 in Charleston, S.C.

10:00 p.m. (EST)

Starters Returning: No. Name Pos. 25 Spencer Dinwiddie G 0 Askia Booker G 40 Josh Scott F 2 Xavier Johnson F Starters Lost: 21 Andre Roberson F Other Top Lettermen Returning: 31 Jeremy Adams G 3 Xavier Talton G Top Newcomers 10 Gre’Shaun Fletcher G/F 23 Jaron Hopkins G 24 George King G/F 13 Dustin Thomas F

Head Coach:............................... Will Wade Record at UTC/Yrs.................. First Season Overall Record/Yrs................. First Season Assistant Coaches.…..Turner Battle, Casey Long, Wes Long Home Court: .......McKenzie Arena (10,928) 2012-13 Records:......................13-19; 8-10 2012-13 Post-Season............................N/A

Davidson

Dec. 28, 2013 in Boulder

Location: .............................Boulder, Colo., Founded: ............................................ 1876 Enrollment: ..................................... 29,884 Colors: ..................... Silver, Black and Gold Nickname: .................................. Buffaloes Conference: .................................... Pac 12 President: .............................Bruce Benson Athletic Director:.................... Rick George Sports Information Sports Info Director: ..................Dave Plati Office Phone: .....................(303) 492-3812 Basketball SID:.................... Andrew Green Cell Phone:......................... (720) 470-9780

Basketball Information

Opponent Info

6-6 210 Sr. 9.9 4.1 5-8 175 So. 3.0 1.0 6-2 175 So. 2.1 0.3

Starters Returning: No. Name Pos. 30 Z. Mason F 12 Gee McGhee G G 11 Ronrico White 24 Casey Jones F Starters Lost: 20 Drazen Zlovaric F Other Top Lettermen Returning: 15 Eric Robertson G G/F 10 Martynas Bareika Top Newcomers 2 Anthanee Doyle G G/F 22 Tre’ McLean 1 Greg Pryor G F 44 T.J. Williams

Colorado General Information

Email:.......................james-horten@utc.edu SID Fax Phone:...................(423) 425-4610 Press Row Phone:..............(423) 756-5476 Web Site:........................www.GoMocs.com

2012-13 Personnel Breakdown

Ht. 6-6 6-3 6-2 6-8

6-8 6-4

Location: ..................... Chattanooga, Tenn, Founded: ............................................ 1886 Enrollment: ......................................11,660 Colors: ............... Navy, Old Gold and Silver Nickname: .........................................Mocs Conference: .................................Southern Chancellor: .........................Dr. Steve Angle Athletic Director:.............. David Blackburn Sports Information Sports Info Director: ............Jay Blackman Office Phone: .....................(423) 425-2350 Basketball SID:..........................Jim Horten Cell Phone:......................... (423) 645-8733

Coaches & Support

Starters Returning: No. Name Pos. 35 Jay Canty G/F 2 Tab Hamilton G 23 Mike Neal G 4 Michael Obacha F Starters Lost: Nathan Healy F Other Top Lettermen Returning: 1 Tevin Baskin F 10 Chris Burgess G G 21 Frank Eaves Top Newcomers 0 Mike Kobani F G 25 Aaron Scott

General Information

Player Bios

Location: .................................Boone, N.C, Founded: ............................................ 1899 Enrollment: ..................................... 17,589 Colors: ................................Black and Gold Nickname: ............................Mountaineers Conference: .................................Southern Chancellor: ................Dr. Kenneth Peacock Athletic Director:................... Charlie Cobb Sports Information Sports Info Director: ...............Ryan Bower Office Phone: .....................(828) 262-7162 Basketball SID:..................................Same Cell Phone:......................... (828) 964-6409

2013-14 Outlook

Nov. 29, 2013 in Athens

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Non-Conference Opponents Gardner-Webb

George Washington

Dec. 19, 2013 in Athens

Jan. 3, 2014 in Washington, D.C.

11:30 a.m. (EST)

7:00 p.m. (EST)

TV: None

TV: CSS

General Information

Location: ................... Boiling Springs, N.C. Founded: ............................................ 1905 Enrollment: ....................................... 4,900 Colors: ............................ Scarlet and Black Nickname: ...................... Runnin’ Bulldogs Conference: ................................Big South President: ........................Dr. Frank Bonner Athletic Director:....................Chuck Burch Sports Information Sports Info Director: .................Marc Rabb Office Phone: .....................(704) 406-4355 Basketball SID:..................................Same Cell Phone:......................... (704) 974-3662

Email:................ mrabb@gardner-webb.edu SID Fax Phone:...................(704) 406-4739 Press Row Phone:..............(704) 406-4475 Web Site:.....................www.gwusports.com

Basketball Information

Head Coach:.................................Tim Craft Record at GWU/Yrs................ First Season Overall Record/Yrs............................Same Assistant Coaches......... ….Jeremy Luther, Takayo Siddle, Paul Hemrick Home Court: .......Paul Porter Arena (3,500) 2012-13 Records:...................... 21-13; 11-5 2011-12 Post-Season.............................N/A

2012-13 Personnel Breakdown

Starters Returning: No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG RPG 0 Donta Harper G 6-6 180 Jr. 12.7 4.9 35 Jerome Hill F 6-5 210 So. 6.1 4.7 2 Tyler Strange G 5-10 180 Jr. 5.6 2.6 Starters Lost: 3 Tashan Newsome G 6-3 200 Sr. 14.1 5.1 24 Kevin Hartley F 6-6 235 Sr. 9.6 6.4 Other Top Lettermen Returning: 15 Jarvis Davis G 6-0 180 RJr. 3.2 1.0 5 Onzie Branch G/F 6-6 215 Sr. 3.1 3.8 F 6-8 220 Jr. 2.8 1.5 33 Corey Hensley Top Newcomers Tyrell Nelson F 6-7 225 Fr. -- - Donell Tuff F 6-6 210 Fr. -- --

General Information

Location: ........................ Washington, D.C. Founded: ............................................ 1821 Enrollment: ..................................... 25,000 Colors: ...................................Buff and Blue Nickname: ...................................Colonials Conference: ...............................Atlantic 10 President: .............................Steven Knapp Athletic Director:....................Patrick Clark Sports Information Sports Info Director: ............ Jesse Hooker Office Phone: .....................(202) 994-0339 Basketball SID:..................................Same Cell Phone:..........................(202) 251-3786

Starters Returning: No. Name Pos. 32 Isaiah Armwood F 13 Patricio Garino G/F F 21 Kevin Larsen 22 Joe McDonald G 11 Kethan Savage G Other Top Lettermen Returning: 30 Nemanja Mikic F Top Newcomers 5 Nick Griffin G 3 Miguel Cartagena G 43 Skyler White F

Dec. 14, 2013 in Athens

7:00 p.m. (EST)

4:00 p.m. (EST)

TV: FSN

TV: None Email:...............mstamus@athletics.gatech.edu SID Fax Phone:................... (404) 894-1248 Press Row Phone:.............. (404) 894-5458 Web Site:................ www.ramblinwreck.com

Basketball Information

Head Coach:.......................... Brian Gregory Record at GT/Yrs........................ 27-35 / 3rd Overall Record/Yrs............... 199-129 / 10th Assistant Coaches..... ….Chad Dollar, Josh Postorino, Billy Schmidt Home Court: ............McCamish Pavilion (8,600) 2012-13 Records:....................... 16-15; 6-12 2012-13 Post-Season............................ N/A

2012-13 Personnel Breakdown

Starters Returning: No. Name Pos. 3 Marcus Georges-Hunt G/F 4 Robert Carter, Jr. F 11 Chris Bolden G 5 Daniel Miller C Starters Lost: 0 Mfon Udofia G Other Top Lettermen Returning: 24 Kammeon Holsey F 14 Jason Morris G Top Newcomers G 30 Corey Heyward 10 Travis Jorgensen G 12 Quinton Stephens G

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Ht. 6-5 6-8 6-3 6-11

Head Coach:........................Mike Lonergan Record at GW/Yrs......................23-38 / 3rd Overall Record/Yrs.............. 400-194 / 20th Assistant Coaches.....…..Hajj Turner, Pete Strickland, Maurice Joseph Home Court...Chas. E. Smith Center (4,338) 2012-13 Records:........................13-17; 7-9 2012-13 Post-Season............................N/A

Ht. 6-9 6-6 6-10 6-1 6-3

Wt. 208 211 247 184 200

Cl. PPG RPG Sr. 11.9 8.8 So. 8.8 3.4 So. 8.2 5.0 So. 7.5 3.7 So. 3.1 1.7

6-8

213

Sr.

3.2

1.2

6-3 6-2 6-8

173 170 238

Fr. Fr. Fr.

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Lipscomb

Nov. 15, 2013 in Athens

Location: ..................................Atlanta, Ga. Founded: .............................................1885 Enrollment: ......................................21,000 Colors: ......................... Old Gold and White Nickname: .......................... Yellow Jackets Conference: ..........................Atlantic Coast President: .............. Dr. G.P. “Bud” Peterson Athletic Director:...................Mike Bobinski Sports Information Sports Info Director: ............. Dean Buchan Office Phone: ..................... (404) 894-5445 Basketball SID:....................... Mike Stamus Cell Phone:.......................... (404) 218-9723

Basketball Information

2012-13 Personnel Breakdown

Georgia Tech General Information

Email:.............................. jhooker@gwu.edu SID Fax Phone:...................(202) 994-2713 Press Row Phone:..............(202) 994-1776 Web Site:.....................www.GWsports.com

General Information

Location: ........................... Nashville, Tenn. Founded: ............................................ 1891 Enrollment: ....................................... 4,278 Colors: .............................. Purple and Gold Nickname: .......................................Bisons Conference: ............................ Atlantic Sun President: ............Dr. L. Randolph Lowry III Athletic Director:............. Philip Hutcheson Sports Information Sports Info Director: .............Jamie Gilliam Office Phone: .....................(615) 966-5166 Basketball SID:..................................Same Cell Phone:......................... (256) 221-3561

Email:...............jamie.gilliam@lipscomb.edu SID Fax Phone:...................(615) 966-1806 Web Site:.............www.lipscombsports.com

Basketball Information

Head Coach:.................... Casey Alexander Record at LU/Yrs.................... First Season Overall Record/Yrs....................24-36 / 3rd Assistant Coaches........ …..Roger Idstrom, Dwight Evans, Steve Drabyn Home Court: .................Allen Arena (5,028) 2012-13 Records:...................... 12-18; 7-11 2012-13 Post-Season............................N/A

2012-13 Personnel Breakdown

Wt. Cl. PPG RPG 219 So. 10.8 4.9 247 So. 9.9 6.7 216 So. 7.3 2.1 275 Sr. 8.4 6.6

6-2 195

Sr.

8.3

2.7

6-8 234 RSr. 8.8 6-5 231 Sr. 3.7

4.7 2.2

6-1 221 RFr. 6-0 177 Fr. 6-8 184 Fr.

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Starters Returning: No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG RPG 35 Martin Smith F 6-4 190 Jr. 11.2 4.7 1 Malcolm Smith F 6-5 210 Jr. 11.1 4.8 0 Khion Sankey G 6-5 220 Sr. 8.3 7.0 Starters Lost: 4 Deonte Alexander G 6-1 175 Sr. 13.7 3.2 41 Stephen Hurt C 6-10 285 So. 11.5 7.8 Other Top Lettermen Returning: 3 Carter Sanderson G 6-1 170 RJr. 5.5 1.8 10 Talbott Denny G 6-6 200 So. 2.4 1.6 Top Newcomers 22 J.C. Hampton G 6-1 180 RFr. 6.3 3.3 1 Cam Miller G 6-1 180 Fr. -- -2 Josh Williams G 6-4 218 Fr. -- -32 Brett Wishon F 6-9 210 Fr. -- --


2013-14 Opponents

Alabama

Western Carolina 2:00 p.m. (EST) TV: CSS

General Information

SID Fax Phone:................. (828) 227-7688

Basketball Information

Head Coach:........................... Larry Hunter Record at WCU/Yrs............... 121-137 / 9th Overall Record/Yrs.............. 630-361 / 34th Assistant Coaches...….Anquell McCollum, Eric Wilson, Brigham Waginger Home Court: ....Ramsey Regional Ctr (7,826) 2012-13 Records:........................14-19; 9-9 2011-12 Post-Season.............................N/A

2012-13 Personnel Breakdown Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG RPG 6-2 175 Sr. 18.4 4.5 6-8 245 Sr. 11.0 6.3 6-4 180 Sr. 9.7 2.9 6-3 180 Jr. 7.4 4.4 220

Jr.

6.3

3.9

6-3 6-1

175 175

So. So.

3.5 2.0

3.2 0.0

6-9

220

Fr.

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7:30 p.m. EST) TV: None Email:................ williamsondb@wofford.edu SID Fax Phone:...................(864) 597-4129 Press Row Phone:..............(864) 597-4487 Web Site:.............. www.woffordterriers.com

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ........ Doug Walker Office Phone: .............. (205) 348-6084 Basketball SID:............... Aaron Jordan Mobile Phone:.............. (205) 913-1979 Email:...................... ajordan@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

Wt. 170 200 205 190 260

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

PPG RPG 15.6 4.3 12.4 3.2 10.3 7.4 4.3 3.0 2.9 3.2

6-1 6-7

185 220

Jr. So.

3.3 2.4

1.8 1.8

6-3 165 5-11 170 6-2 180

Fr. Fr. Fr.

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2013-14 Schedule Nov. 8 Nov. 14 Nov. 18 Nov. 19 Nov. 27 Nov. 29 Dec. 4 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 18 Dec. 21 Dec. 28 Jan. 4 Jan. 7 Jan. 11 Jan. 15 Jan. 18 Jan. 23 Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 5 Feb. 8 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 4 Mar. 8

Oklahoma (@Dallas) TEXAS TECH NIT SEASON TIPOFF NIT SEASON TIPOFF NIT Season Tipoff (@NYC) NIT Season Tipoff (@NYC) NORTH FLORIDA at South Florida CHARLESTON SOUTHERN WICHITA STATE XAVIER at UCLA ROBERT MORRIS VANDERBILT at Georgia MISSISSIPPI STATE at Missouri FLORIDA LSU at Auburn TENNESSEE at Arkansas at Florida MISSISSIPPI at South Carolina at Texas A&M MISSOURI at Mississippi AUBURN at Kentucky ARKANSAS

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name 0 Algie Key 4 Carl Engstrom 10 Jimmie Taylor 11 Shannon Hale 12 Trevor Releford* 15 Nick Jacobs 20 Levi Randolph* 21 Rodney Cooper* 32 Retin Obashohan 33 Isiah Wilson 35 Dakota Slaughter

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

Ht. 6-4 6-9 6-9 6-8 6-0 6-8 6-5 6-6 6-1 6-3 6-6

Wt. 195 215 240 220 190 245 205 215 205 185 215

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

PPG -- 3.3 -- -- 14.9 7.6 8.1 10.2 3.9 0.6 1.1

RPG -- 2.7 -- -- 2.7 4.1 4.2 4.5 1.4 0.0 0.7

Hometown Decatur, Ga. Nyon, Switzerland Greensboro, Ala. Johnson City, Tenn. Kansas City, Mo. Atlanta, Ga. Madison, Ala. Hurtsboro, Ala. Antwerp, Belgium Troy, Ala. Fishers, Ind.

Media Information

Ht. 6-1 6-4 6-6 6-4 6-7

*Excludes Georgia’s 2003 win in Tuscaloosa, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

History

Head Coach:.............................Mike Young Record at WU/Yrs................ 169-172 / 12th Overall Record/Yrs............................Same Assistant Coaches.…..Dustin Kerns, Darius Nichols, Tim Johnson Home Court: .......B. Johnson Arena (3,500) 2012-13 Records:...................... 13-19; 7-11 2012-13 Post-Season............................N/A

Head Coach:...................Anthony Grant ........................................... (Dayton ‘87) Record at Alabama/Yrs. .......................................86-52 / 4 years Overall Record/Yrs. .....................................162-77 / 7 years Assistant Coaches John Brannen................... (Marshall ‘97) Tony Pujol.......................... (Sterling ‘89) Antoine Pettway.............. (Alabama ‘04) Office Phone: .............. (205) 348-4551 Home Court: .......... Coleman Coliseum Capacity:....................................15,383 2012-13 Records:............... 23-12; 12-6 2012-13 Post-Season..................... NIT Starters Lost/Ret:............................2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: .......................6/8 Starters Lost Trevor Lacey (G, 6-3, So., 11.3 ppg) Moussa Gueye (C, 7-0, Jr., 1.4 ppg)

Series vs. UGA:........... UA leads 90-46 Last Meeting: Mar. 9, 2013 in Tuscaloosa, Ala. Alabama 61, Georgia 58

Records

Basketball Information

2012-13 Personnel Breakdown

Starters Returning: No. Name Pos. 2 Karl Cochran G 32 Spencer Collins G 34 Lee Skinner F 11 Indiana Faithfull G 14 Aerris Smith F Other Top Lettermen Returning: 3 John Swinton G 31 C.J. Neumann F Top Newcomers 20 Jaylen Allen G 5 Eric Garcia G 40 Eric Wagenlander G

Location: .....................Tuscaloosa, Ala. Founded: ......................................1831 Enrollment: ...............................34,852 Colors: ................... Crimson and White Nickname: ......................Crimson Tide Conference: .................... Southeastern President: ................... Dr. Judy Bonner Athletic Director:...................Bill Battle

2012-13 in Review

Nov. 8, 2013 in Athens

Location: .......................... Greenville, S.C., Founded: ............................................ 1854 Enrollment: ....................................... 1,600 Colors: ......................... Old Gold and Black Nickname: ..................................... Terriers Conference: .................................Southern President: .......................Dr. Nayef Samhat Athletic Director:............. Richard Johnson Sports Information Sports Info Director: ....... Brent Williamson Office Phone: .....................(864) 597-4093 Basketball SID:..................................Same Cell Phone:......................... (864) 809-8900

Series Information

General Information

Basketball Information

Wofford General Information

Trevor Releford

Opponent Info

6-4

Anthony Grant Head Coach

Coaches & Support

Starters Returning: No. Name Pos. G 5 Trey Sumler 32 Tawaski King F 0 Tom Tankelewicz G 25 James Sinclair G Starters Lost: 40 Preston Ross F Other Top Lettermen Returning: 2 Mike Brown G 21 Ethan Freeman G Top Newcomers 41 Charlendez Brooks F

Top Newcomers Algie Key (G, 6-4, 185, Jr.) Jimmie Taylor (F, 6-9, 240, Fr.)

Press Row Phone:............ (828) 227-2129 Web Site:.......... www.catamountsports.com

Player Bios

Location: .......................... Cullowhee, N.C, Founded: ............................................ 1889 Enrollment: ....................................... 9,608 Colors: .............................. Purple and Gold Nickname: ..............................Catamounts Conference: .................................Southern Chancellor: .................Dr. David O. Belcher Athletic Director:....................Randy Eaton Sports Information Sports Info Director: ............Daniel Hooker Office Phone: .....................(828) 227-2339 Basketball SID:....................... Kevin Young Email:......................bowerrp@appstate.edu

2013-14 Outlook

Jan. 11, 2014 in Athens 4:00 p.m. (EST) TV: SEC TV

Dec. 21, 2013 in Athens

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SEC Opponents Arkansas

Jan. 18, 2014 in Athens 1:30 p.m. (EST) TV: SEC TV

Auburn

Feb. 1, 2014 in Auburn 1:30 p.m. (EST) TV: SEC TV

Mar. 1, 2014 in Fayetteville 4:00 p.m. (EST) TV: SEC TV

Mike Anderson Head Coach

Hunter Mickelson (F, 6-10, So., 5.4 ppg) Top Newcomers Moses Kingsley (C, 6-10, 230, Fr.) Bobby Portis (F, 6-10, 242, Fr.) Manuale Watkins (G, 6-3, 208, Fr.)

Mardracus Wade

General Information Location: .................... Fayetteville, Ark. Founded: ......................................1871 Enrollment: ...............................24,595 Colors: ................... Cardinal and White Nickname: ........................Razorbacks Conference: .................... Southeastern Chancellor: ...... Dr. G. David Gearheart Athletic Director:................... Jeff Long

Sports Information

Series Information Series vs. UGA:........ Ark. leads 17-13* Last Meeting: Feb. 21, 2013 in Fayetteville, Ark. Arkansas 62, Georgia 60

*Includes Georgia’s 2002 win in Athens and 2003 win in Fayetteville, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2013-14 Schedule

Sports Info Director: ........ Zack Higbee Office Phone: .............. (479) 575-5786 Basketball SID:.............Patrick Pierson Mobile Phone:.............. (479) 387-8569 Email:......................pspierso@uark.edu SID Fax Phone:............ (479) 575-7481 Press Row Phone:....... (479) 575-6622 Web Site:.www.arkansasrazorbacks.com Twitter Updates........ @RazorbackMBB Address:.................. 131 Barnhill Arena ..........................Fayetteville, AR 72701

Basketball Information Head Coach:.................. Mike Anderson ..............................................(Tulsa ‘82) Record at Aarkansas/Yrs. .......................................37-27 / 2 years Overall Record/Yrs. ................................. 237-125 / 11 years Assistant Coaches .......................................Melvin Watkins ....................................Matt Zimmerman ........................................ T.J. Cleveland Office Phone: .............. (479) 575-7430 Home Court: ............ Bud Walton Arena Capacity:....................................19,200 2012-13 Records:............... 19-13; 10-8 2012-13 Post-Season..................... N/A Starters Lost/Ret:............................3/2 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ..................... 4/11 Starters Lost Marshawn Powell (F, 6-7, Jr., 14.5 ppg) BJ Young (G, 6-3, So., 15.2 ppg)

Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 18 Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Nov. 27 Dec. 3 Dec. 7 Dec. 12 Dec. 19 Dec. 21 Dec. 28 Jan. 4 Jan. 8 Jan. 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Jan. 28 Feb. 1 Feb. 5 Feb. 8 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 Mar. 1 Mar. 5 Mar. 8

SIU-EDWARDSVILLE LA.-LAFAYETTE SMU Cal (@Maui) @Maui Invitational @Maui Invitational SOUTHEASTERN LA. CLEMSON SAVANNAH STATE TENNESSEE-MARTIN South Ala. (@N. Little Rock) HIGH POINT TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO at Texas A&M FLORIDA KENTUCKY at Georgia at Tennessee AUBURN MISSOURI at LSU ALABAMA at Vanderbilt at Missouri LSU SOUTH CAROLINA at Miss. State at Kentucky GEORGIA OLE MISS at Alabama

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name Pos. Ht. 00 Rashad Madden G 6-5 1 Mardracus Wade* G 6-2 2 Alandise Harris F 6-6 3 Rickey Scott* G 6-3 4 Coty Clarke F 6-7 5 Anthlon Bell G 6-0 10 Bobby Portis F 6-10 12 Fred Gulley G 6-2 14 Davion Spivey G 6-2 20 Kikko Haydar G 5-10 21 Manuale Watkins G 6-3 22 Jacorey Williams F 6-8 23 DeQuavious Wagner G 5-10 24 Michael Qualls G 6-5 33 Moses Kingsley C 6-10

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Wt. 180 178 237 209 232 188 242 181 219 170 208 218 170 210 230

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

PPG 4.2 6.5 -- 4.3 7.6 4.4 -- 1.5 0.7 3.3 -- 3.4 1.4 4.6 --

RPG 2.4 1.5 -- 2.0 5.2 0.8 -- 1.3 0.7 1.6 -- 1.9 0.3 3.4 --

Tony Barbee Head Coach

Allen Payne

General Information Location: ........................... Auburn, Ala. Founded: ......................................1856 Enrollment: ...............................25,078 Colors: ....Burnt Orange and Navy Blue Nickname: .................................Tigers Conference: .................... Southeastern President: ......................Dr. Jay Gogue Athletic Director:................Jay Jacobs

Rob Chubb (C, 6-10, Sr., 8.8 ppg) Josh Wallace (G, 5-10, Sr., 4.1 ppg) Top Newcomers Tahj Shamsid-Deen (G, 5-10, 163, Fr.) KT Harrell (G, 6-4, 216, Jr.) Matthew Atewe (C, 6-9, 230, Fr.)

Series Information Series vs. UGA:..Georgia leads 90-88* Last Meeting: Jan. 30, 2013 in Athens Georgia 57, Auburn 49 *Includes Georgia’s 2003 win in Athens, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ...........Jack Smith Office Phone: .............. (334) 844-9800 Basketball SID:...........Daniel Froehlich Mobile Phone:.............. (334) 502-0929 Email:...................froehdp@auburn.edu SID Fax Phone:............ (334) 844-9807 Press Row Phone:....... (334) 844-1933 Web Site:.......... www.auburntigers.com Address:........ Athletic Media Relations, .................... 392 South Donahue Drive, .................................. Auburn, AL 36849

Basketball Information Head Coach:......................Tony Barbee ........................................... (UMass ‘93) Record at Auburn/Yrs. .......................................35-59 / 3 years Overall Record/Yrs. ....................................117-111 / 7 years Assistant Coaches Ryan Miller............. (Northern State ‘00) Tony Madlock.................. (Memphis ‘91) Milt Wagner..... (Louisville/Memphis ‘04) Office Phone: .............. (334) 844-9760 Home Court: ...................Auburn Arena Capacity:......................................9,121 2012-13 Records:..... 9-23, 3-15 in SEC 2012-13 Post-Season..................... N/A Starters Lost/Ret:............................2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: .......................8/7 Starters Lost Frankie Sullivan (G, 6-1, Sr., 14.5 ppg)

2013-14 Schedule Nov. 8 Nov. 15 Nov. 19 Nov. 23 Nov. 26 Dec. 2 Dec. 8 Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Dec. 30 Jan. 4 Jan. 9 Jan. 11 Jan. 15 Jan. 18 Jan. 22 Jan. 25 Jan. 29 Feb. 1 Feb. 5 Feb. 8 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 26 Mar. 1 Mar. 5 Mar. 8

NICHOLLS STATE NORTHWESTERN STATE JACKSONVILLE STATE MURRAY STATE TENNESSEE STATE at Iowa State Illinois (@Atlanta) CLEMSON BOSTON COLLEGE ARK.-PINE BLUFF FLORIDA A&M at Ole Miss MISSOURI at Tennessee FLORIDA at Miss. State at Arkansas ALABAMA GEORGIA at South Carolina at LSU KENTUCKY MISSISSIPPI STATE at Florida VANDERBILT SOUTH CAROLINA at Alabama TENNESSEE at Texas A&M

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) Hometown Lepanto, Ark. Memphis, Tenn. Little Rock, Ark. Irving, Texas Birmingham, Ala. Memphis, Tenn. Little Rock, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Ruston, La. Fayetteville, Ark. Fayetteville, Ark. Birmingham, Ala. Alexandria, La. Shreveport, La. New Albany, Miss.

No. Name Pos. Ht. 0 Asauhn Dixon-Tatum C 7-0 1 KT Harrell G 6-4 2 Allen Payne* F 6-6 3 Chris Denson* G 6-2 11 Dion Wade G 6-5 13 Tahj Shamsid-Deen G 5-10 20 Alex Thompson F 6-8 G 6-3 21 Malcolm Canada 22 C.J. Holmes G 6-0 25 Jordan Granger F 6-8 31 Benas Griciunas C 7-0 32 Chris Griffin F 6-7 33 Ronald Delph C 7-0 41 Matthew Atewe C 6-9

Wt. 226 216 225 181 170 163 204 224 191 200 225 229 235 230

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

PPG 3.7 -- 7.7 11.9 -- -- -- -- 0.0 1.2 -- -- -- --

RPG Hometown 3.3 Anderson, Ind. -- Montgomery, Ala. 4.6 Cincinnati, Ohio 3.0 Columbus, Ga. -- Antwerp, Belgium -- Decatur, Ga. -- Dothan, Ala. -- Austin, Texas 0.0 Washington, D.C. 1.1 St. Louis, Mo. -- Silute, Lithuania -- Tallahassee, Fla. -- Winter Haven, Fla. -- Brampton, Ont., Canada


SEC Opponents

Florida

Patric Young

General Information

Series Information Series vs. UGA:........UF leads 108-99* Last Meeting: Jan. 23, 2013 in Athens, Ga. Florida 64, Georgia 47

Sports Information

2013-14 Schedule

Basketball Information

Basketball Information

*Includes Georgia’s 2002 win in Baton Rouge and 2003 win in Athens, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2013-14 Schedule Nov. 1 TRANSYLVANIA (Exh.) Nov. 4 MONTEVALLO (Exh.) UNC-ASHEVILLE Nov. 8 Nov. 10 NORTHERN KENTUCKY Nov. 12 Michigan State (@Chicago) Nov. 17 ROBERT MORRIS Nov. 19 TEXAS-ARLINGTON Nov. 25 CLEVELAND STATE Nov. 27 EASTERN MICHIGAN Dec. 1 Providence (@Brooklyn) Dec. 6 Baylor (@Arlington, Texas) Dec. 10 BOISE STATE Dec. 14 at North Carolina Dec. 21 BELMONT Dec. 28 LOUISVILLE Jan. 8 MISS. STATE Jan. 11 at Vanderbilt Jan. 14 at Arkansas Jan. 18 TENNESSEE Jan. 21 TEXAS A&M Jan. 25 GEORGIA Jan. 28 at LSU Feb. 1 at Missouri Feb. 4 OLE MISS Feb. 8 at Miss. State Feb. 12 at Auburn Feb. 15 FLORIDA Feb. 18 at Ole Miss Feb. 22 LSU Feb. 27 ARKANSAS Mar. 1 at South Carolina Mar. 4 ALABAMA at Florida Mar. 8 Mar. 12-16 SEC Tournament (@ATL)

PPG -- -- -- 10.1 9.1 -- 0.5 5.5 5.6 6.2 0.8 0.6 --

RPG -- -- -- 6.3 5.0a -- 0.2 5.8 3.1 3.7 0.7 0.6 --

Hometown Eustis, Fla. Paterson, N.J. Fayetteville, N.C. Jacksonville, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. Portsmouth, Va. Orlando, Fla. Bordeaux, France Tampa, Fla. Jackson,Tenn. Winter Haven, Fla. Oviedo, Fla. Gainesville, Fla.

Ht. 6-9 6-6 6-6 6-2 6-7 6-6 5-11 7-0 6-2 6-8 6-3 6-0 6-9 5-9 6-9 7-0

Wt. 215 215 218 182 215 215 185 244 190 239 195 193 250 155 205 265

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

PPG -- -- -- 3.1 1.5 -- 0.0 8.3 0.0 11.2 -- -- -- 0.0 -- --

RPG Hometown -- Antioch, Calif. -- Rochester Hills, Mich. -- Richmond, Texas 1.7 Nicholasville, Ky. 1.2 Madisonville, Ky. -- Richmond, Texas 1.0 Scituate, Mass. 6.2 Olathe, Kan. 0.3 Lexington, Ky. 6.0 Clarksville, Tenn. -- Lexington, Ky. -- Richmond, Ky. -- Dallas, Texas 0.0 Dumont, N.J. -- Mt. Washington, Ky. -- Brooklyn, N.Y.

Media Information

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

No. Name Pos. 00 Marcus Lee F 1 James Young G G 2 Aaron Harrison 3 Jarrod Polson G 4 Jon Hood G 5 Andrew Harrison G 13 Sam Malone G 15 Willie Cauley-Stein* F G 21 Tod Lanter 22 Alex Poythress* F 24 E.J. Floreal G 25 Dominique Hawkins G 30 Julius Randle F G 32 Brian Long 35 Derek Willis F 44 Dakari Johnson C

History

Head Coach:.....................John Calipari ........................................... (Clarion ‘82) Record at Kentucky/Yrs. ....................................123-26 / 5th year Overall Record/Yrs. ...............................526-164 / 22nd year Assistant Coaches Orlando Antigua............. (Pittsburgh ‘95) Kenny Payne...................(Louisville ‘03) John Robic....................... (Denison ‘86) Office Phone: ................ 205-348-4551 Home Court: ......................Rupp Arena Capacity:....................................23,500 2012-13 Records:... 21-12; 12-6 in SEC 2012-13 Post-Season....NIT 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret:............................3/2 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: .......................7/6 Starters Lost Archie Goodwin (G, 6-4, Fr., 14.1 ppg)

Series vs. UGA:........UK leads 115-26* Last Meeting: Mar. 7, 2013 in Athens Georgia 72, Kentucky 62

Records

Wt. 181 200 228 240 176 212 186 230 199 212 195 210 195

Sports Information Sports Info Director: .. DeWayne Peevy Office Phone: .............. (859) 257-3838 Basketball SID:................John Hayden Mobile Phone:.............. (859) 559-9399 Email:.................jhayd2@email.uky.edu SID Fax Phone:............ (859) 323-4310 Press Row Phone:....... (859) 252-3602 Web Site:............ www.UKathletics.com Twitter Updates..................................... Address:................. 338 Lexington Ave. .................................... Joe Craft Center ............................. Lexington, KY 40506

Series Information

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter)

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name Pos. Ht. 0 Kasey Hill G 6-1 1 Eli Carter G 6-2 2 Damontre Harris F/C 6-10 4 Patric Young* C 6-9 5 Scottie Wilbekin* G 6-2 10 Dorian Finney-Smith F 6-8 12 Dillon Graham G 6-4 15 Will Yeguete F 6-8 20 Michael Frazier II G 6-4 24 Casey Prather F 6-6 25 DeVon Walker G/F 6-6 30 Jacob Kurtz F 6-6 42 Billy Donovan G 6-2

Location: ........................ Lexington, Ky. Founded: ......................................1865 Enrollment: ...............................28,000 Colors: ......................... Blue and White Nickname: ............................. Wildcats Conference: .................... Southeastern President: ................... Dr. Eli Capilouto Athletic Director:.......... Mitch Barnhart

2012-13 in Review

Head Coach:....................Billy Donovan .....................................(Providence ‘87) Record at Florida/Yrs. ..................................386-158/ 16 years Overall Record/Yrs. .................................421-178 / 18 years Assistant Coaches Rashon Burno....................(DePaul ‘02) Matt McCall..........................(Florida ‘05) John Pelphrey.................(Kentucky ‘92) Office Phone: .............. (352) 375-4683 Home Court: ....Stephen C. O’Connell Center Capacity:.................................... 11,548 2012-13 Records:..... 29-8; 14-4 in SEC 2012-13 Post-Season...... NCAA Elite 8 Starters Lost/Ret:............................3/2 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: .......................4/8 Starters Lost Mike Rosario (G, 6-3, Sr., 12.5 ppg) Erik Murphy (F, 6-10, Sr., 12.2 ppg)

Nov. 1 FLA. SOUTHERN (Exh.) Nov. 8 NORTH FLORIDA Nov. 12 at Wisconsin Nov. 16 ARK.-LITTLE ROCK Nov. 18 SOUTHERN Nov. 21 MIDDLE TENN. STATE Nov. 25 at Jacksonville Nov. 29 FLORIDA STATE Dec. 2 at UConn Dec. 10 KANSAS Dec. 17 Memphis (@New York) Dec. 21 Fresno St. (@Sunrise, Fla.) Dec. 29 SAVANNAH STATE Jan. 4 RICHMOND Jan. 8 SOUTH CAROLINA Jan. 11 GEORGIA Jan. 18 at Auburn Jan. 23 at Alabama Jan. 25 TENNESSEE Jan. 30 at Miss. State TEXAS A&M Feb. 1 Feb. 4 MISSOURI Feb. 8 ALABAMA Feb. 11 at Tennessee Feb. 15 at Kentucky Feb. 19 AUBURN Feb. 22 at Ole Miss Feb. 25 at Vanderbilt Mar. 1 LSU at South Carolina Mar. 4 Mar. 8 KENTUCKY Mar. 12-16 SEC Tournament (@ATL)

General Information

Opponent Info

Sports Info Director: .....Steve McClain Office Phone: .............. (352) 375-4683 Basketball SID:...............Denver Parler Mobile Phone:.............. (352) 318-3493 Email:.............. denverp@gators.ufl.edu SID Fax Phone:............ (352) 375-4809 Press Row Phone:....... (352) 371-0131 Web Site:.............. www.gatorzone.com Twitter Updates........ @GatorZoneMBK Address:..... University Athletic Association ......................................P.O. Box 14485 ............................ Gainesville, FL 32604

Willie Cauley-Stein

Nerlens Noel (F, 6-10, Fr., 10.5 ppg) Julius Mays (G, 6-3, Sr., 9.3 ppg) Top Newcomers Julius Randle (F, 6-9, Fr.) Aaron Harrison (G, 6-6, Fr.) Andrew Harrison (G, 6-6, Fr.) Marcus Lee (F, 6-9, Fr.)

Coaches & Support

*Includes Georgia’s 2002 win in Gainesville and 2003 win in Athens, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

John Calipari Head Coach

Jan. 25, 2014 in Lexington 1:30 p.m. (EST) TV: SEC TV

Player Bios

Location: ..................... Gainesville, Fla. Founded: ......................................1853 Enrollment: ...............................49,785 Colors: .......................Orange and Blue Nickname: ................................ Gators Conference: .................... Southeastern President: ............... Dr. Bernie Machen Athletic Director:............ Jeremy Foley

Kenny Boynton (G, 6-3, Sr., 12.0 ppg) Top Newcomers Kasey Hill (G, 6-1, 181, Fr.) Damontre Harris (F, 6-10, Jr.)

Kentucky

2013-14 Outlook

Billy Donovan Head Coach

Jan. 14, 2014 in Gainesville 7:00 p.m. (EST) TV: ESPNU

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SEC Opponents LSU

Feb. 6, 2014 in Athens 7:00 p.m. (EST) TV: ESPN or ESPN2

Ole Miss

Feb. 15, 2014 in Athens 4:00 p.m. (EST) TV: FSN

Mar. 8, 2014 in Baton Rouge 5:00 p.m. (EST) TV: FSN

Johnny Jones Head Coach

Andrew Del Piero (C, 7-3, Sr., 4.3 ppg) Top Newcomers Jarell Martin (F, 6-9, Fr.) Jordan Mickey (F, 6-8, Fr.) Tim Quarterman (G, 6-5, Fr.)

Andre Stringer

General Information Location: ...................Baton Rouge, La. Founded: ......................................1860 Enrollment: ...............................28,771 Colors: ........................Purple and Gold Nickname: ................................. Tigers Conference: .................... Southeastern President: .............Dr. Williams Jenkins Athletic Director:................. Joe Alleva

Sports Information Sports Info Director: .Michael Bonnette Office Phone: .............. (225) 578-8226 Basketball SID:....................Kent Lowe Mobile Phone:.............. (225) 578-1864 Email:............................ clowe@lsu.edu SID Fax Phone:............ (225) 578-1861 Press Row Phone:....... (225) 578-8226 Web Site:..................www.lsusports.net Twitter Updates..........@LSUBasketball Address:.......................P.O. Box 25095 ........................Baton Rouge, LA 70894

Basketball Information Head Coach:....................Johnny Jones ................................................(LSU ‘85) Record at LSU/Yrs. .....................................19-12 / 2nd year Overall Record/Yrs. ................................224-174 / 14th year Assistant Coaches Korey McCray..................... Mercer (‘01) Charlie Leonard.... (Christian Brothers ‘75) David Patrick........ (Louisiana-Lafayette ‘00) Office Phone: .............. (225) 578-8217 Home Court: ..... Maravich Assembly Center Capacity:....................................13,215 2012-13 Records:..... 19-12; 9-9 in SEC 2012-13 Post-Season..................... N/A Starters Lost/Ret:............................3/2 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: .......................6/8 Starters Lost Charles Carmouche (G, 6-4, Sr., 10.7 ppg)

Series Information Series vs. UGA:........LSU leads 62-42* Last Meeting: March 14, 2013 in Nashville, Tenn. LSU 68, Georgia 63 *Inxcludes Georgia’s 2002 win in Baton Rouge and 2003 win in Athens, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2013-14 Schedule Nov. 12 at UMass Nov. 16 NORTHWESTERN ST. Nov. 19 NEW ORLEANS Nov. 22 SOUTHEASTERN LA. Nov. 28 St. Joseph’s (@Orlando) Nov. 29 @Old Spice Classic Dec. 1 @Old Spice Classic Dec. 14 LOUISIANA-MONROE Dec. 18 at Texas Tech Dec. 21 UAB Dec. 28 McNEESE STATE Jan. 4 RHODE ISLAND TENNESSEE Jan. 7 Jan. 11 at South Carolina Jan. 15 at Ole Miss Jan. 18 VANDERBILT Jan. 21 MISSOURI Jan. 25 at Alabama Jan. 28 KENTUCKY Feb. 1 ARKANSAS Feb. 6 at Georgia Feb. 8 AUBURN Feb. 12 at Texas A&M Feb. 15 at Arkansas Feb. 19 MISS. STATE Feb. 22 at Kentucky Feb. 26 TEXAS A&M at Florida Mar. 1 at Vanderbilt Mar. 6 Mar. 8 GEORGIA Mar. 12-16 SEC Tournament (@ATL)

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name Pos. Ht. 1 Anthony Hickey* G 5-11 2 Johnny O’Bryant III* F 6-9 4 Keith Hornsby G 6-4 5 Shavon Coleman F 6-5 10 Andre Stringer* G 5-10 11 Shane Hammink F 6-7 12 Jarell Martin F 6-9 20 Brian Bridgewater F 6-6 22 Darcy Malone C 7-0 24 Malik Morgan G 6-4 25 Jordan Mickey F 6-8 31 John Odo F 6-9 55 Tim Quarterman G 6-5

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Wt. 182 256 190 195 190 217 241 230 229 199 220 236 180

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

PPG 11.2 13.6 -- 10.5 10.4 2.1 -- -- -- 5.3 -- -- --

RPG Hometown 3.8a Hopkinsville, Ky. 8.7 Cleveland, Miss. -- Williamsburg, Va. 5.9 Thibodaux, La. 1.9 Jackson, Miss. 1.7 Millingen aan de Rijn, Neth. -- Baton Rouge, La. -- Baton Rouge, La. -- Canberra, Australia 2.9 River Ridge, La. -- Arlington, Texas -- Lagos, Nigeria -- Savannah, Ga.

Andy Kennedy Head Coach

Marshall Henderson

General Information

Reginald Buckner (F, 6-9, Sr., 9.4 ppg) Top Newcomers Sebastian Saiz (F, 6-9, Fr.) Dwight Coleby (F, 6-9, Fr.) Janari Joesaar (F, 6-6, Fr.)

Series Information

Location: ..........................Oxford, Miss. Founded: ......................................1848 Enrollment: ...............................20,824 Colors: ........ Cardinal Red & Navy Blue Nickname: ................................. Rebel Conference: .................... Southeastern Chancellor: ........... Dr. Daniel W. Jones Athletic Director:................ Ross Bjork

Series vs. UM:.....Georgia leads 66-40* Last Meeting: Feb. 16, 2013 in Oxford Ole Miss 84, Georgia 74 (OT) *Includes Georgia’s 2002 win in Athens and 2003 win in Oxford, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2013-14 Schedule

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ......Kyle Campbell Office Phone: .............. (662) 915-7522 Basketball SID:...........Daniel Snowden Mobile Phone:.............. (662) 816-7511 Email:..............desnowde@olemiss.edu SID Fax Phone:............ (662) 915-7006 Press Row Phone:....... (662) 236-1931 Twitter Updates............ @OleMissMBB Web Site:....... www.OleMissSports.com Address:............................ PO Box 217 .............................University, MS 38677

Basketball Information Head Coach:.................. Andy Kennedy ............................................... (UAB ‘91) Record at Ole Miss/Yrs. ....................................152-87 / 8th year Overall Record/Yrs. ..................................173-100 / 9th year Assistant Coaches Sergio Rouco...(Nova Southeastern ‘87) Al Pinkins....................... (N.C. State ‘98) Bill Armstrong......................... (UAB ‘01) Office Phone: .............. (662) 915-7534 Home Court: .....C.M. “Tad” Smith Coliseum Capacity:......................................9,061 2012-13 Records:..... 27-9; 12-6 in SEC 2012-13 Post-Season.... NCAA 3rd Round Starters Lost/Ret:............................2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: ..................... 3/11 Starters Lost Murphy Holloway (F, 6-7, Sr., 14.5 ppg)

Nov. 1 USC-AIKEN (Exh.) Nov. 8 TROY Nov. 16 at Coastal Carolina Nov. 22 MISS. VALLEY STATE Nov. 26 N.C. A&T Nov. 29 Ga. Tech (@Brooklyn) Nov. 30 at Barclays Classic Dec. 5 at Kansas State Dec. 8 OREGON Dec. 14 MIDDLE TENN. STATE Dec. 18 LOUISIANA-MONROE Dec. 22 MERCER Dec. 30 at Western Kentucky Jan. 4 DAYTON Jan. 9 AUBURN at Miss. State Jan. 11 Jan. 15 LSU Jan. 18 at South Carolina Jan. 22 at Vanderbilt Jan. 25 MISS. STATE Jan. 29 at Tennessee SOUTH CAROLINA Feb. 1 Feb. 4 at Kentucky Feb. 8 MISSOURI Feb. 11 at Alabama Feb. 15 at Georgia Feb. 18 KENTUCKY Feb. 22 FLORIDA Feb. 26 ALABAMA Mar. 1 at Texas A&M at Arkansas Mar. 5 Mar. 8 VANDERBILT Mar. 12-16 SEC Tournament (@ATL)

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name Pos. Ht. 0 Jerron Martin G 6-1 1 Martavious Newby G 6-3 3 Derrick Millinghaus G 5-10 4 Damarco Cox C 6-8 5 Cade Peeper G 6-2 10 LaDarius White G 6-6 11 Sebastian Saiz F 6-9 13 Anthony Perez F 6-9 21 Will Norman G 6-5 22 Marshall Henderson* G 6-2 23 Dwight Coleby C 6-9 24 Janari Joesaar F 6-6 25 Terry Brutus F 6-6 32 Jarvis Summers* G 6-3 34 Aaron Jones F 6-9

Wt. 165 210 172 276 185 211 233 213 213 177 236 208 237 186 220

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

PPG -- 1.6 5.3 1.6 0.0 6.4 -- 1.7 0.7 20.1 -- -- 1.3 9.1 3.5

RPG Hometown -- Prince George’s Cty., Md. 1.2 Memphis, Tenn. 1.4 Schenectady, N.Y. 1.1 Yazoo City, Miss. 0.0 Collierville, Miss. 3.0 McComb, Miss. -- Madrid, Spain 1.5 Cumana, Venezuela 0.7 Lafayette, La. 3.1 Hurst, Texas -- New Providence, Bah. -- Tartu, Estonia 1.7 Spring Valley, N.Y. 1.8 Jackson, Miss. 4.1 Gautier, Miss.


Miss. State

SEC Opponents

Feb. 12, 2014 in Starkville 9:00 p.m. (EST) TV: FSN

Missouri

Jan. 8, 2014 in Columbia 8:00 p.m. (EST) TV: SEC TV

Rick Ray Head Coach

Top Newcomers Andre Applewhite (G, 6-5, So.) Dallas Prater (G, 6-3, Fr.) Jacoby Davis (G, 6-1, RFr.) Tevin Moore (G, 6-3, Jr.)

Craig Sword

General Information

Basketball Information

RPG 3.5 -- 5.0 3.3 4.9 -- -- -- -- -- -- 2.4 4.5 2.9 --

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 Twitter Updates........... @MizzouHoops Address:......Strategic Communications ..... Mizzou Athletics, Columbia, MO 65205 ........................... One Champions Drive

Basketball Information Head Coach:....................... Frank Haith ...................................... (Elon Haith ‘88) Record at Missouri/Yrs. ..................................... 53-16 / 3rd year Overall Record/Yrs. ................................182-117 / 10th year Assistant Coaches Tim Fuller................... (Wake Forest ‘00) Dave Leitao...............(Northeastern ‘82) Mark Phelps...........................(ODU ‘96) Office Phone: .............. (573) 882-0715 Home Court: ................... Mizzou Arena Capacity:....................................15,061 2012-13 Records:....23-11; 11-7 in SEC 2012-13 Post-Season...NCAA 2nd Round Starters Lost/Ret:............................4/1 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: .......................6/7 Starters Lost Laurence Bowers (F, 6-8, Sr., 14.1 ppg)

Oct. 25 OKLA. CITY (Exh.) Nov. 1 CENT. MISSOURI (Exh.) Nov. 8 SOUTHEASTERN LA. Nov. 12 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Nov. 16 Hawaii (@Kansas City) Nov. 23 GARDNER-WEBB Nov. 25 IUPUI Nov. 28 Northwestern (@Las Vegas) Nov. 29 Nevada (@Las Vegas) Dec. 5 WEST VIRGINIA Dec. 7 UCLA Dec. 15 WESTERN MICHIGAN Dec. 21 Illinois (@St. Louis) Dec. 28 at N.C. State LONG BEACH STATE Jan. 4 Jan. 8 GEORGIA Jan. 11 at Auburn Jan. 16 at Vanderbilt Jan. 18 ALABAMA Jan. 21 at LSU Jan. 25 SOUTH CAROLINA Jan. 28 at Arkansas Feb. 1 KENTUCKY Feb. 4 at Florida at Ole Miss Feb. 8 Feb. 13 ARKANSAS Feb. 15 TENNESSEE Feb. 19 VANDERBILT Feb. 22 at Alabama Feb. 25 at Georgia Mar. 1 MISSISSIPPI STATE TEXAS A&M Mar. 5 Mar. 8 at Tennessee Mar. 12-16 SEC Tournament (@ATL)

Hometown Jackson, Miss. Memphis, Tenn. Phoenix, Ariz. Bronx, N.Y. Selma, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Charlotte, N.C. Olive Branch, Miss. Little Rock, Ark. Starkville, Miss. Senegal Columbus, Miss. Montgomery, Ala. Montgomery, Ala. Grayson, Ga.

No. Name Pos. Ht. 1 Wes Clark G 6-0 2 Tony Criswell F 6-9 3 Johnathan Williams III F 6-9 4 Corey Haith G 5-10 5 Jordan Clarkson G 6-5 10 Deuce Bello G 6-4 11 Shane Rector G 6-1 24 Torren Jones F 6-8 25 Zach Price F 6-10 31 Danny Feldmann F 6-9 32 Jabari Brown* G 6-5 33 Earnest Ross G 6-5 35 Stefan Jankovic F 6-11 42 Hayden Barnard F 6-10 44 Ryan Rosburg F 6-10 45 Keanau Post F 6-11

Wt. 171 240 208 174 193 177 171 234 250 225 214 228 242 215 252 268

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

PPG -- 5.2 -- 0.5 -- -- -- -- -- 0.5 13.7 10.3 3.0 -- 1.0 --

RPG Hometown -- Detroit, Mich. 4.8 Oklahoma City, Okla. -- Memphis, Tenn. 0.2 Miami, Fla. -- San Antonio, Texas -- Greensboro, N.C. -- Bronx, N.Y. -- Chandler, Ariz. -- Cleveland, Ohio 0.4 Jefferson City, Mo. 3.4 Oakland, Calif. 5.0 Cary, N.C. 1.4 Mississauga, Ontario -- Aurora, Ill. 1.3 Chesterfield, Mo. -- Victoria, British Columbia

Media Information

Cl. PPG So. 9.7 So. -- Sr. 9.0 Jr. 6.1 Gr. 8.1 Fr. -- RFr. -- Jr. -- Fr. -- So. -- Fr. -- Sr. 2.4 Jr. 8.8 So. 10.5 Fr. --

2013-14 Schedule

History

Wt. 191 217 231 182 258 170 191 185 170 268 215 197 210 194 160

Sports Information

Records

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

Series vs. UGA:.............. UM leads 4-0 Last Meeting: Jan. 16, 2013 in Columbia, Mo. Missouri 79, Georgia 62

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter)

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name Pos. 1 Fred Thomas* G 2 Andre Applewhite G 3 Colin Borchert* F 4 Trivante Bloodman* G 5 Wendell Lewis C 10 Dallas Prater G 11 Jacoby Davis G 13 Tevin Moore G 15 I.J. Ready G 20 Gavin Ware F 22 Fallou Ndoye F 24 Tyson Cunningham G 25 Roquez Johnson F 32 Craig Sword* G 33 Kyle Dobbs G

Series Information

2012-13 in Review

Head Coach:........................... Rick Ray .......................(Grand View College ‘94) Record at Miss. State/Yrs. .....................................10-22 / 2nd year Overall Record/Yrs. ..................................................... Same Assistant Coaches Wes Flanigan...................... (Auburn ‘97) George Brooks.............(Miss. State ‘97) Chris Hollender.............. (Evansville ‘98) Office Phone: .............. (662) 325-3800 Home Court: ........ Humphrey Coliseum Capacity:....................................10,575 2012-13 Records:... 10-22; 4-14 in SEC 2012-13 Post-Season..................... N/A Starters Lost/Ret:............................1/4 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: .......................2/8 Starter Lost Jalen Steele (G, 6-3, Jr., 10.5 ppg)

Nov. 8 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M Nov. 14 KENNESAW STATE Nov. 19 MISS. VALLEY STATE Nov. 23 at Utah State Nov. 27 JACKSON STATE Dec. 1 LOYOLA-CHICAGO Dec. 5 TCU Dec. 13 SE Louisiana (@Tupelo) Dec. 17 FLORIDA A&M Dec. 19 FLORIDA GULF COAST Dec. 22 South Florida (@Las Vegas) Dec. 23 @Las Vegas Classic Jan. 2 MARYLAND-E. SHORE Jan. 8 at Kentucky Jan. 11 OLE MISS Jan. 15 at Alabama Jan. 18 TEXAS A&M Jan. 22 AUBURN Jan. 25 at Ole Miss Jan. 30 FLORIDA Feb. 1 at Vanderbilt Feb. 5 at Texas A&M Feb. 8 KENTUCKY Feb. 12 GEORGIA Feb. 15 at Auburn Feb. 19 at LSU Feb. 22 ARKANSAS Feb. 26 TENNESSEE Mar. 1 at Missouri Mar. 5 at Georgia Mar. 8 SOUTH CAROLINA Mar. 12-16 SEC Tournament (@ATL)

Location: ........................Columbia, Mo. Founded: ......................................1839 Enrollment: ...............................33,805 Colors: ...................Old Gold and Black Nickname: .................................Tigers Conference: .................... Southeastern President: .............................Tim Wolfe Athletic Director:................ Mike Alden

Opponent Info

Sports Info Director: ....... Mike Nemeth Office Phone: .............. (662) 325-2703 Basketball SID:................... Gregg Ellis Mobile Phone:.............. (662) 418-8494 Email:....... gellis@athletics.msstate.edu SID Fax Phone:............ (662) 325-3654 Press Row Phone:....... (662) 325-3776 Web Site:................. www.hailstate.com Twitter Updates...............@mstateMBK Address:......... Athletic Media Relations ........................................P.O. Box 5308 ..................Mississippi State, MS 39762

2013-14 Schedule

General Information

Coaches & Support

Sports Information

Series vs. UGA:.......MSU leads 53-52* Last Meeting: Jan. 12, 2013 in Athens Miss. State 72, Georgia 61 *Includes Georgia’s 2002 win in Starkville and 2003 win in Athens, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Jabari Brown

Player Bios

Location: ......................Starkville, Miss. Founded: ......................................1878 Enrollment: ...............................20,484 Colors: .................... Maroon and White Nickname: ............................. Bulldogs Conference: .................... Southeastern President: ............ Dr. Mark E. Keenum Athletic Director:............ Scott Stricklin

Series Information

Frank Haith Head Coach

Phil Pressey (G, 5-11, Jr., 11.9 ppg) Alex Oriakhi (F, 6-9, Sr., 11.2 ppg) Keion Bell (G, 6-4, Sr., 10.7 ppg) Top Newcomers Wes Clark (G, 6-0, Fr.) Jordan Clarkson (G, 6-5, Jr.) Torren Jones (F, 6-8, Fr.) Shane Rector (G, 6-1, Fr.)

2013-14 Outlook

Feb. 25, 2014 in Athens 9:00 p.m. (EST) TV: ESPNU

Mar. 5, 2014 in Athens 7:00 p.m. (EST) TV: CSS

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SEC Opponents South Carolina

Jan. 22, 2014 in Athens 8:00 p.m. (EST) TV: SEC TV

Tennessee

Feb. 22, 2014 in Columbia 1:30 p.m. (EST) TV: SEC TV

Frank Martin Head Coach

Eric Smith (F, 6-5, Sr., 5.7 ppg) Top Newcomers Sindarius Thornwell (G, 6-5, Fr.) Tyrone Johnson (G, 6-3, Jr.) Jaylen Shaw (G, 6-0, Fr.)

Michael Carrera

General Information Location: .......................Columbia, S.C. Founded: ......................................1801 Enrollment: ...............................31,288 Colors: ...................... Garnet and Black Nickname: ........................Gamecocks Conference: .................... Southeastern President: ...............Dr. Harris Pastides Athletic Director:............... Ray Tanner

Series Information Series vs. UGA:....... UGA leads 52-48* Last Meeting: Feb. 23, 2013 in Athens, Ga. Georgia 64, South Carolina 56 (OT) *Includes Georgia’s 2002 win in Athens and 2003 wins in Athens and in Columbia, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Sports Information

2013-14 Schedule

Sports Info Director: ........... Steve Fink Office Phone: .............. (803) 777-5204 Basketball SID:................. Emily Feeney Mobile Phone:.............. (803) 727-3284 Email:............ efeeney@mailbox.sc.edu SID Fax Phone:............ (803) 777-2967 Press Row Phone:....... (803) 777-6182 Web Site:.....www.gamecocksonline.com Twitter Updates........ @GamecockMBB Address:.............. Rice Athletics Center ............................. 1304 Heyward Street ..............................Columbia, SC 29208

Basketball Information Head Coach:......................Frank Martin .......................(Florida International ’93) Record at USC/Yrs. .....................................14-18 / 2nd year Overall Record/Yrs. ....................................131-72 / 7th year Assistant Coaches Perry Clark.................... (Gettysburg ‘74) Matt Figger........ (Eastern Kentucky ’95) Lamont Evans.......... (Kansas State ’09) Office Phone: .............. (803) 777-4197 Home Court: ...........Colonial Life Arena Capacity:....................................18,000 2012-13 Records:... 14-18; 4-14 in SEC 2012-13 Post-Season..................... N/A Starters Lost/Ret:............................2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: .......................6/7 Starters Lost Lakeem Jackson (F, 6-5, Sr., 7.5 ppg)

Nov. 3 USC-AIKEN (Exh.) Nov. 9 LONGWOOD Nov. 12 at Baylor Nov. 17 at Clemson Nov. 24 FLORIDA INT’L. Dec. 6 at Oklahoma State Dec. 17 MANHATTAN Dec. 19 USC-UPSTATE Dec. 22 St. Mary’s (@Honolulu) Dec. 23 @Diamond Head Classic Dec. 25 @Diamond Head Classic Dec. 28 AKRON Dec. 30 MARSHALL Jan. 3 S.C. STATE at Florida Jan. 8 Jan. 11 LSU Jan. 15 at Texas A&M Jan. 18 OLE MISS Jan. 22 at Georgia Jan. 25 at Missouri Jan. 29 TEXAS A&M Feb. 1 at Ole Miss Feb. 5 AUBURN Feb. 8 at Tennessee Feb. 12 VANDERBILT Feb. 15 ALABAMA Feb. 19 at Arkansas Feb. 22 GEORGIA Feb. 26 at Auburn Mar. 1 KENTUCKY Mar. 4 FLORIDA Mar. 8 at Miss. State Mar. 12-16 SEC Tournament (@ATL)

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name Pos. Ht. 0 Sindarius Thornwell G 6-5 G 5-11 1 Brenton Williams 4 Tyrone Johnson G 6-3 5 Jaylen Shaw G 6-0 10 Duane Notice G 6-2 12 Austin Constable G 5-11 14 Laimonas Chatkevicius F 6-11 F 6-6 15 Reggie Theus, Jr. 20 Justin McKie G 6-4 21 Demetrius Henry F/C 6-9 23 Bruce Ellington* G 5-9 24 Michael Carrera* F 6-5 25 Mindaugas Kacinas F 6-7 32 Desmond Ringer F/C 6-9 35 Brian Steele F 6-5 45 Carlton Geathers F 6-10

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Wt. 206 172 194 182 221 180 250 210 195 215 196 214 210 255 200 255

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

PPG -- 11.0 -- -- -- -- 4.4 -- -- -- 9.9 9.9 4.9 -- 2.3 --

RPG Hometown -- Lancaster, S.C. 1.8 Kissimmee, Fla. -- Plainfield, N.J. -- Hartsville, S.C. -- Woodbridge, Ont., Can. -- West Chester, Pa. 3.2 Klaipeda, Lithuania -- Los Angeles, Calif. -- Columbia, S.C. -- Miami, Fla. 2.6 Moncks Corner, S.C. 7.2 Anzoategui, Venezuela 3.7 Klaipeda, Lithuania -- McDonough, Ga. 2.1 Greenville, S.C. -- Georgetown, S.C.

Cuonzo Martin Head Coach

Jordan McRae

General Information Location: ......................Knoxville, Tenn. Founded: ......................................1794 Enrollment: ...............................27,523 Colors: .....................Orange and White Nickname: ..........................Volunteers Conference: .................... Southeastern Chancellor: ............... Dr. Jimmy Cheek Athletic Director:..................Dave Hart

Sports Information Sports Info Director: ..... Jimmy Stanton Office Phone: .............. (865) 974-1212 Basketball SID:.............Tom Satkowiak Mobile Phone:.............. (865) 696-2897 Email:...........................tomsid@utk.edu SID Fax Phone:............ (865) 974-1269 Press Row Phone:....... (865) 974-0110 Web Site:..................www.utsports.com Twitter Updates................@Vol_Hoops Address:...............1720 Volunteer Blvd. .............................................. Room 255 ...............................Knoxville, TN 37996

Basketball Information Head Coach:.................. Cuonzo Martin ........................................... (Purdue ‘00) Record at UT/Yrs. .......................................39-28 / 2 years Overall Record/Yrs. .....................................100-69 / 5 years Assistant Coaches Tracy Webster............... (Wisconsin ‘95) Jon Harris...................... (Marquette ‘02) Kent Williams........ (Southern Illinois ‘03) Office Phone: .............. (865) 974-1206 Home Court: .. Thompson-Boling Arena Capacity:....................................21,678 2012-13 Records:... 20-13; 11-7 in SEC 2012-13 Post-Season....NIT 1st Round Starters Lost/Ret:............................2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: .......................5/8 Starters Lost Trae Golden (G, 6-2, Jr., 12.1 ppg)

Feb. 18, 2014 in Knoxville 9:00 p.m. (EST) TV: ESPNU

Skylar McBee (G, 6-1, Sr., 5.5 ppg) Top Newcomers Antonio Barton (G, 6-2, Sr.) Robert Hubbs III (G, 6-6, Fr.) Darius Thompson (G, 6-5, Fr.)

Series Information Series vs. UGA:..........UT leads 92-56* Last Meeting: Mar. 2, 2013 in Athens Georgia 78, Tennessee 68 *Includes Georgia’s 2002 win in Athens and 2003 win in Athens, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2013-14 Schedule Nov. 2 FLA. SOUTHERN (Exh.) Nov. 7 SOUTHERN INDIANA Nov. 12 at Xavier Nov. 16 USC-UPSTATE Nov. 18 THE CITADEL Nov. 22 TENNESSEE STATE Nov. 28 UTEP (@Bahamas) Nov. 29 @Battle 4 Atlantis Tourn. Nov. 30 @Battle 4 Atlantis Tourn. TENNESSEE TECH Dec. 7 Dec. 14 at Wichita State Dec. 18 N.C. STATE Dec. 23 MOREHEAD STATE Dec. 30 VIRGINIA Jan. 4 TUSCULUM Jan. 7 at LSU Jan. 11 TEXAS A&M Jan. 15 AUBURN Jan. 18 at Kentucky Jan. 22 ARKANSAS Jan. 25 at Florida Jan. 29 OLE MISS Feb. 1 at Alabama Feb. 5 at Vanderbilt SOUTH CAROLINA Feb. 8 Feb. 11 FLORIDA Feb. 15 at Missouri Feb. 18 GEORGIA Feb. 22 at Texas A&M Feb. 26 at Miss. State Mar. 1 VANDERBILT at Auburn Mar. 5 Mar. 8 MISSOURI Mar. 12-16 SEC Tournament (@ATL)

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Cl. PPG RPG 1 Josh Richardson* G 6-6 190 Jr. 7.9 4.3 2 Antonio Barton G 6-2 178 Sr. -- -- 3 Robert Hubbs III G 6-6 195 Fr. -- -- 4 Armani Moore G 6-5 215 So. 2.4 2.6 5 Jarnell Stokes* F 6-8 260 Jr. 12.4 9.6 10 Rawane Ndiaye C 6-10 280 Jr. -- -- 15 Darius Thompson G 6-5 181 Fr. -- -- 21 A.J. Davis F 6-9 208 Fr. -- -- 23 Derek Reese G 6-8 215 So. 3.7 2.1 G 6-1 180 Jr. 0.3 0.6 24 Brandon Lopez 25 Galen Campbell G 6-2 200 So. -- -- 31 Quinton Chievous G 6-6 214 So. 2.5 2.4 32 D’Montre Edwards G 6-6 203 Sr. 2.3 1.9 34 Jeronne Maymon F 6-8 260 Sr. -- -- 52 Jordan McRae* G 6-6 185 Sr. 15.7 4.1

Hometown Edmond, Okla. Baltimore, Md. Newbern, Tenn. Kennesaw, Ga. Memphis, Tenn. Raleigh, N.C. Murfreesboro, Tenn. Buford, Ga. Orlando, Fla. Knoxville, Tenn. Knoxville, Tenn. Chicago, Ill. Charleston, S.C. Madison, Wis. Midway, Ga.


SEC Opponents

Texas A&M

Fabyon Harris

General Information

Series Information

Sports Information

2013-14 Schedule

Basketball Information

Wt. 192 224 188 175 187 178 201 244 201 185 183 197 224 172 227

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

PPG -- -- 2.8 0.4 6.2 12.0 -- 6.9 -- -- 5.5 -- -- 0.3 --

RPG Hometown -- Jacksonville, Fla. -- Long Island, Bahamas 1.5 Flower Mound, Texas 0.0 Spring, Texas 2.3 Bryan, Texas 2.3 Chicago, Ill. -- Bogota, Colombia 6.6 Arcadia, La. -- Tucker, Ga. -- Spring, Texas 3.2 College Station, Texas -- Searcy, Ark. -- DeSoto, Texas 0.0 Houston, Texas -- Ipswich, England

Basketball Information Head Coach:.................. Kevin Stallings ........................................... (Purdue ‘82) Record at Vanderbilt/Yrs. .................................277-176 / 14 years Overall Record/Yrs. .................................400-239 / 20 years Assistant Coaches David Cason............... (Illinois State ‘95) Yanni Hufnagel.................. (Cornell ‘06)) Tom Richardson............. (St. Xavier ‘77) Office Phone: .............. (615) 322-6530 Home Court: ......Memorial Gymnasium Capacity:....................................14,316 2012-13 Records:... 16-17; 8-10 in SEC 2012-13 Post-Season..................... N/A Starters Lost/Ret:............................2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: .......................6/8 Starters Lost Kedren Johnson (G, 6-4, Jr., 13.5 ppg) Kevin Bright (G, 6-5, So., 6.9 ppg)

2013-14 Schedule Nov. 12 GEORGIA STATE Nov. 15 LIPSCOMB Nov. 19 at Butler Nov. 22 Providence (@St. Thomas) Nov. 23 @Paradise Jam Nov. 25 @Paradise Jam Dec. 2 at Texas Dec. 5 MARSHALL Dec. 17 AUSTIN PEAY Dec. 21 GEORGIA TECH Dec. 30 SAINT LOUIS Jan. 4 NORTHEASTERN Jan. 7 at Alabama Jan. 11 KENTUCKY Jan. 16 MISSOURI Jan. 18 at LSU Jan. 22 OLE MISS Jan. 25 at Texas A&M Jan. 29 at Georgia Feb. 1 MISSISSIPPI STATE Feb. 5 TENNESSEE Feb. 8 ARKANSAS Feb. 12 at South Carolina Feb. 15 TEXAS A&M Feb. 19 at Missouri Feb. 22 at Auburn Feb. 25 FLORIDA Mar. 1 at Tennessee Mar. 6 LSU Mar. 8 at Ole Miss Mar. 12-16 SEC Tournament (@ATL)

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter) No. Name 0 Rod Odom* 1 Eric McClellan 3 Luke Kornet 10 Nathan Watkins 11 Kyle Fuller 14 Carter Josephs 24 Dai-Jon Parker* 30 Damian Jones 34 Shelby Moats 35 James Siakam 40 Josh Henderson*

Pos. Ht. F 6-9 G 6-4 F 6-10 G 6-5 G 6-1 G 6-0 G 6-3 C 6-10 F 6-8 F 6-7 C 6-11

Wt. 212 188 216 195 188 185 190 235 227 215 231

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

PPG 10.4 -- -- 0.0 8.7 0.3 7.2 -- 3.0 2.0 5.4

RPG 4.5 -- -- 0.2 2.3 0.0 4.4 -- 2.9 1.9 3.4

Hometown Central Islip, N.Y. Austin, Texas Lantana, Texas Brentwood, Tenn. Moreno Vallley, Calif. San Antonio, Texas Baton Rouge, La. Baton Rouge, La. Waconia, Minn. Douala, Cameroon Roanoke, Va.

Media Information

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

Sports Info Director: ....Rod Williamson Office Phone: .............. (615) 322-4121 Basketball SID:................. Andy Boggs Mobile Phone:.............. (615) 343-1847 Email:....... Andy.Boggs@Vanderbilt.edu SID Fax Phone:............ (615) 343-7064 Press Row Phone:....... (615) 320-0436 Web Site:....www.VUCommodores.com Twitter Updates............... @VandyMBB Address:................2601 Jess Neely Dr. ............................... Nashville, TN 37212

*Includes Georgia’s 2002 win in Athens and 2003 win in Athens, later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

History

No. Name Pos. G 2 Shawn Smith 4 Tavario Miller F 5 Jordan Green G 10 Blake McDonald G 11 J-Mychal Reese* G G 12 Fabyon Harris* 13 Juan Aparicio G 14 Kourtney Roberson* F 15 Davonte Fitzgerald F 20 Don Thomas G 21 Alex Caruso* G 23 Jamal Jones G 24 Antwan Space F 25 Kyle Dobbins G 45 Dylan Johns C

Sports Information

Series vs. UGA:..........VU leads 85-51* Last Meeting: Feb. 27, 2013 in Nashville Vanderbilt 63, Georgia 62

Records

Pre-Season Roster (*=Returning Starter)

Series Information

Location: ..................... Nashville, Tenn. Founded: ......................................1873 Enrollment: .................................6,738 Colors: ......................... Black and Gold Nickname: ..................... Commodores Conference: .................... Southeastern Chancellor: ................ Nicholas Zeppos Vice Chancellor/AD:........... David Williams II

2012-13 in Review

Head Coach:.................... Billy Kennedy .................(Southeastern Louisiana ‘86) Record at Texas A&M/Yrs. .......................................32-33 / 2 years Overall Record/Yrs. .................................243-212 / 16 years Assistant Coaches Glynn Cyprien....................... (UTSA ‘04) Kyle Keller............(Oklahoma State ‘90) John Reese............... (Angelo State ‘90) Office Phone: .............. (979) 845-4531 Home Court: ......................Reed Arena Capacity:....................................12,989 2012-13 Records:... 18-15; 7-11 in SEC 2012-13 Post-Season..................... N/A Starters Lost/Ret:............................2/3 Lettermen Lost/Ret.: .......................5/6 Starters Lost Elston Turner (G, 6-5, Sr., 17.5 ppg)

Oct. 30 UT-PERMIAN BASIN (Exh.) BUFFALO Nov. 8 Nov. 11 MISS. VALLEY STATE Nov. 15 RICE Nov. 19 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M Nov. 24 SAM HOUSTON STATE Nov. 26 ARK. - PINE BLUFF Nov. 29 Mo. State (@Corp. Christi) Nov. 30 @Corp. Christi Tournament Dec. 4 HOUSTON Dec. 14 McNEESE STATE Dec. 21 Oklahoma (@Houston) Dec. 31 NORTH TEXAS Jan. 4 UT-PAN AMERICAN Jan. 8 ARKANSAS at Tennessee Jan. 11 Jan. 15 SOUTH CAROLINA Jan. 18 at Mississippi State Jan. 21 at Kentucky Jan. 25 VANDERBILT Jan. 29 at South Carolina Feb. 1 at Florida Feb. 5 MISSISSIPPI STATE Feb. 8 at Georgia Feb. 12 LSU Feb. 15 at Vanderbilt Feb. 20 ALABAMA Feb. 22 TENNESSEE Feb. 26 at LSU Mar. 1 OLE MISS Mar. 5 at Missouri Mar. 8 AUBURN Mar. 12-16 SEC Tournament (@ATL)

General Information

Opponent Info

Sports Info Director: ........Alan Cannon Office Phone: .............. (979) 845-5725 Basketball SID:.......Adam Quisenberry Mobile Phone:.............. (713) 582-5135 Email:.... aquisenberry@athletics.tamu.edu SID Fax Phone:............ (979) 845-6825 Press Row Phone:....... (979) 862-6944 Web Site:........ www.aggieathletics.com Twitter Updates.....@AggieMensHoops Address:............Media Relations Office ............ Texas A&M Athletic Department ....161 Wellborn Road, College Station, TX 77840

Top Newcomers Damian Jones (F, 6-10, 235, Fr.) Luke Kornet (F, 6-10, 216, Fr.) Eric McClellan (G, 6-4, 188, So.)

Rod Odom

Coaches & Support

Series vs. UGA:............ UGA leads 2-0 Last Meeting: Feb. 9, 2013 in Athens Georgia 52, Texas A&M 46

Kevin Stallings Head Coach

Jan. 29, 2014 in Athens 7:00 p.m. (EST) TV: CSS

Player Bios

Location: ........... College Station, Texas Founded: ......................................1872 Enrollment: ...............................53,219 Colors: .................... Maroon and White Nickname: ................................Aggies Conference: .................... Southeastern President: ................... R. Bowen Loftin Athletic Director:............... Eric Hyman

Ray Turner (F, 6-9, Sr., 9.2 ppg) Top Newcomers Davonte Fitzgerald (F, 6-7, 201, Fr.) Juan Aparicio (G, 6-4, 201, So.) Jamal Jones (G, 6-8, 197, Jr.) Tavario Miller (F, 6-7, 224, Fr.)

Vanderbilt

2013-14 Outlook

Billy Kennedy Head Coach

Feb. 8, 2014 in Athens 8:00 p.m. (EST) TV: CSS

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2014 SEC Tournament

T

he 2014 Southeastern Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament will be held in a familiar setting as the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Ga., again plays host to this event. The Georgia Dome, a world-class facility with basketball seating configuration of 26,000, serves as the site of the 14-team tournament for the 10th time in 15 years and the 11th time overall in league history. The SEC Tournament has been held at the Georgia Dome in 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2011, as well as the NCAA Tournament Final Four in 2002, 2007 and 2013. The 2011 event will mark the 13th time Atlanta has played host to the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament (1933, 1934, 1987, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008). In 2008, the tournament was memorably forced from the Georgia Dome after seven games by a category F2 tornado. The remaining four contests were played nearby at Georgia Tech, where the Georgia Bulldogs took the school’s second-ever championship. The winner of the 13-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 following the 1932-33 season and did so again after the 1933-34 season. The event was held every year through 1952, with the exception of 1935. After a 26-year layoff (1953-78), the tournament was renewed in 1979.

March 12-16, 2014 Wed., March 12

The 2011 SEC Tournament returns to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, host venue in 10 of the past 15 seasons. The Dome has also served as the host site for three NCAA Final Fours, including last year’s event. The 2014 tournament will be the 56th in league history and the 37th since the renewal. The SEC has shown extraordinary balance in the tournament, evidenced by the fact that a different school won the first seven titles after the renewal. The event has helped set the stage for SEC teams in the NCAA Tournament, as 23 of the last 31 tournament champions have advanced to at least the Sweet 16 with five of the last 15 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. Kentucky leads the league with 26 SEC Tournament titles. Alabama is second with six, while Tennessee and Miss. State rank third with four, Florida 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.

Georgia Dome Thurs., March 13

Atlanta, Georgia

Fri., March 14

Sat., March 15

Sun., March 16

#1 Seed #8 Seed

Game 7 - 1:00 p.m.

Game 3 - 1:00 p.m.

#9 Seed #12 Seed Game 1 - 7:00 p.m.

#5 Seed

Game 4 - 25 min. after Game 3

Game 11 - 1:00 p.m. #4 Seed

Game 8 - 25 min. after Game 7

Game 13 Championship Game

Game 1 Winner #2 Seed

#13 Seed #7 Seed

3:15 p.m.

Game 9 - 7:00 p.m.

Game 5 - 7:00 p.m.

#11 Seed

#10 Seed

Game 2 - 25 min after Game 1

#6 Seed

#14 Seed 92

Game 6 - 25 min. after Game 5

Game 2 Winner

#3 Seed

Game 6 - 25 min. after Game 9

Game 12 - 25 min. after Game 11 All Times Eastern


2012-13 in review

2013-14 Outlook

Player Bios

Coaches & Support

Opponent Info

2012-13 in Review

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 2013 SEC Player of the Year

Records

History

Media Information


2012-13 in Review Young Bulldogs Finish Strong

T

he Georgia Bulldogs took big steps forward during the 2013 season. With a team that counted many freshman and sophomores among its key players, they tallied 15 wins, but more importantly became just the third Georgia squad in the past 10 years to post a .500 record in Southeastern Conference play. Georgia recovered after a slow start in its non-conference play by finishing on a 4-game winning streak. Then, after another slow start to their SEC schedule, the Bulldogs climbed back into contention with a 5-game win streak amidst conference play. That represented the longest such streak at Georgia in 12 years. Three of those five games were on the road. In fact, the Bulldogs came achingly close to finishing the season on a 7-game road winning streak. They dropped an overtime decision at Ole Miss, followed by three consecutive last-possession losses at Arkansas, Vandy and Alabama. Without question, the Bulldogs were carried by their sensational sophomore guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. The Greenville, Ga., native had a season that ranked in the annals of all-time great invididual efforts at UGA. The 2013 season, of course, was capped the Caldwell-Pope’s announcement that he would be making himself available for the upcoming NBA Draft. His decision proved to be a wise one when the Detroit Pistons called his name as the

eighth overall pick on Draft Night in late June.

KCP Sweeps SEC Awards Georgia sophomore Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was named in mid-March as the 2013 Southeastern Conference Player of the Year by the Associated Press. A week before An example of Georgia’s overall youth on its 2013 squad: four of the Caldwell-Pope five players in the above huddle were either freshmen or sophomores. became the first Georgia player to season, KCP tallied a career-high 32 win the Coaches’ Player-of-the-Year award points against LSU, including 25 in the secsince its official inception in the 1986-87 ond half. That figure made him the 42nd season. He’s just the second Bulldog to win player in UGA history to score 1,000 career any SEC Player-of-the-Year trophy since wire points. It took him 64 collegiate games to services began naming recipients in 1965. reach that landmark. By comparison, Hall Dominique Wilkins won the award in 1981, of Famer Dominique Wilkins reached 1,000 also as a sophomore, as given by the Associin 46 games, and the fastest Bulldog to 1k ated Press and United Press International. points was Jacky Dorsey (1975-76), who Additionally, Caldwell-Pope was the only needed just 43 games. unanimous choice to the 5-man AP AllSEC first team that included Erik Murphy of Mann Named to All-SEC Frosh Team Florida; Trevor Releford of Alabama, Jordan McRae of Tennessee and Nerlens Noel of • Point guard Charles Mann was named Kentucky. to the Coaches’ SEC All-Freshman team. KCP led the Bulldogs and ranked second The Alpharetta, Ga., native was third on in the SEC in scoring at 18.5 points per the team in scoring at 6.7 points per game. game. In fact, he ranked among the He led the Bulldogs in assists (92) and free SEC leaders in nine of the 13 catethrows attempted (170). Five times, in fact, gories for which individual statistics Mann got to the charity stripe at least 10 are kept. He led Georgia in scoring times, including 14 tries in two of Georgia’s in 29 of 32 regular-season games, last four games. in rebounding in 16 games.

More KCP Notes

Freshman Charles Mann’s agressive play resulted in 170 trips to the free throw line in 2013. Just four other SEC players had more.

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• Caldwell-Pope also earned a reputation for his performance in clutch situations. In the last five minutes of SEC games this season, he averaged 5.4 points (projects to 43.2 points over a 40-minute game), shooting 65 percent from the field, 63 percent from 3-point range and 83 percent from the free-throw line. In fact, he scored 31 percent of his total of 332 points in SEC play during the last five minutes. • Caldwell-Pope was one of just nine players in all of NCAA Division I to score in double figures in every one of his team’s games this season. Not that he didn’t have some close calls. In Georgia’s home win over Texas A&M, KCP need a pair of free throws with 17 seconds left to reach double digits. • In his last game of the 2013

Team Highlights

• Georgia’s 5-game SEC win streak was the longest in SEC play under coach Mark Fox. The longest win streak, period, of the Fox era is a 9-game run in the 2010-11 season. The school record for consecutive SEC wins is six, established three times: in 2001, 1992-93 teams (spanning both seasons) and also the SEC championship team of 1990. The last time for a 7-game league win streak occurred in the 1930-31 season, when the Bulldogs belonged to the Southern Conference. • Georgia’s nine SEC wins matched its total from the 2011 season and were also the most by a Bulldog team since 2001. In both 2001 and 2011, Georgia advanced to the NCAA Tournament. • Mann (170) and KCP (169) ranked 5th and 6th, respectively, in the SEC in most free throw attempts. It had been 23 years since a Georgia team featured two players that had tried at least 150 apiece (L. Green and A. Kessler in 1990).


2012-13 Final Statistics Overall Statistics

TOTAL 3-PT. REBOUNDS ## Player G GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF DQ

A TO BL ST Pts Avg

37 189 226

7.1

70

0 58 64 17

65 591 18.5

42 Djurisic, N.

32 10 782 24.4 88 223 .395

20

63 .317 56 75 .747

52

84 136

4.3

62

0 46 71 10

15 252

7.9

04 Mann, C.

32

6

18 .333 117 170 .688

16

83 99

3.1

52

2 92 87

25 215

6.7

15 Williams, D.

29 27 659 22.7 59 129 .457

0

0 .000 31 57 .544

59

80 139

4.8

98

7

9 149

5.1

11 Williams, V.

32 24 618 19.3 49 132 .371

30

79 .380 32 46 .696

7

44 51

1.6

31

0 68 47

3

20 160

5.0

31 Morris, B.

32 20 522 16.3 38

97 .392

4

13 .308 51 80 .638

13 131

4.1

33 .364

1

02 Thornton, M.

9

8 688 21.5 46 133 .346

7 198 22.0 12

6 .167

4

7 33 35

20

55 75

2.3

44

0 23 34

5

9 16 .563

14

26 40

4.4

25

0

9 13

8

3

34

3.8

13

21 34

1.1

43

2 10 16

9

7 112

3.7

5

32 37

1.2

13

0 32 22

2

6 104

3.3

12 Gaines, K.

30

0 309 10.3 39 106 .368

15

43 .349 19 29 .655

23 Brantley, S.

32

6 561 17.5 34 101 .337

28

77 .364

41 Cannon, J.

27

2 230 8.5 31

61 .508

0

0 .000

7 1.000

17

31 48

1.8

21

0

8

1

69

2.6

32 Florveus, J.

28 22 494 17.6 30

62 .484

0

0 .000 11 26 .423

32

57 89

3.2

66

2 11 34 17

7

71

2.5

05 Dixon, T.

32

48 .500

0

0 .000 10 12 .833

18

52 70

0 14 17 15

9

10 Echols, T.

3

2 .000

0

2 .000

0

2 349 10.9 24 0

4 1.3

0

8 13 .615 7

0

0

TEAM................

43

2.2

15

58

1.8

0

0.0

1

0

0

0.0

45 88

2.8

0 13

0

0

0

0

0

Total..........

32 636 1557 .408 188 526 .357 486 700 .694 333 799 1132 35.4 541 13 371 466 133 180 1946 60.8

Opponents......

32 661 1704 .388 210 639 .329 439 645 .681 350 704 1054 32.9 619 16 324 376 99 244 1971 61.6

OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL RECORD: CONFERENCE 9-9 6-3 3-6 0-0 TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg 6.6

36

0 30 38 11

42 Djurisic, N.

18

1 442 24.6 49 110 .445

12

29 .414 30 41 .732

28

44 72

4.0

34

0 24 39

6

8 140

7.8

04 Mann, C.

18

5 413 22.9 26

79 .329

3

11 .273 76 106 .717

9

49 58

3.2

41

2 56 54

1

14 131

7.3

11 Williams, V.

18 13 325 18.1 31

72 .431

17

42 .405 24 28 .857

4

26 30

1.7

11

0 34 25

1

9 103

5.7

15 Williams, D.

17 16 414 24.4 30

71 .423

0

0 .000 24 42 .571

31

54 85

5.0

58

3

5 16 25

5

84

4.9

12 Gaines, K.

16

0 172 10.8 26

64 .406

10

25 .400 14 21 .667

8

15 23

1.4

29

2

6

8

3

3

76

4.8

31 Morris, B.

18 14 345 19.2 23

66 .348

3

10 .300 29 49 .592

13

35 48

2.7

32

0 11 23

2

9

78

4.3

23 Brantley, S.

18

4 317 17.6 17

58 .293

14

40 .350

8 .750

4

19 23

1.3

9

0 16 12

2

1

54

3.0

32 Florveus, J.

18 17 317 17.6 19

41 .463

0

0 .000

5 15 .333

18

35 53

2.9

45

1

8 21 11

2

43

2.4

41 Cannon, J.

13

0

85 6.5 11

22 .500

0

0 .000

1

1 1.000

8

9 17

1.3

10

0

1

6

4

0

23

1.8

05 Dixon, T.

18

2 203 11.3 14

27 .519

0

0 .000

3

4 .750

13

33 46

2.6

5

0 10 10

9

7

31

1.7

10 Echols, T.

3

2 .000

0

2 .000

0

0 .000

0

0

0.0

1

0

0

0

0

0.0

TEAM................

29

31 60

3.3

0

9

0

0

4 1.3

0

6

0

0

0

35 332 18.4

Total..........

18 349 847 .412 107 279 .384 290 408

Opponents......

18 369 955 .386 126 366 .344 257 368 .698 197 383 580 32.2 359 12 173 195 57 137 1121 62.3

.711 182 452 634 35.2 311

8 201 261 75

93 1095 60.8

Media Information

17 102 119

History

48 120 .400 78 93 .839

Records

01 Cald.-Pope, K. 18 18 613 34.1 103 235 .438

2012-13 in Review

SEc games only Statistics

Opponent Info

0 .000

1 15

Coaches & Support

84 225 .373 135 169 .799

Player Bios

01 Cald.-Pope, K. 32 32 1086 33.9 186 430 .433

2013-14 Outlook

RECORD: OVERALL HOME AWAY NEUTRAL ALL GAMES 15-17 12-6 3-8 0-3 CONFERENCE 9-9 6-3 3-6 0-0 6-3 0-2 0-2 NON-CONFERENCE 6-7

95


2012-13 Final Statistics Home Games Only RECORD: 12-6 (SEC: 6-3)

TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

01 Cald.-Pope, K. 18 18 613 34.1 102 235 .434 42 118 .356 89 110 .809 21 107 128 7.1 38 0 37 32 12 46 335 18.6 42 Djurisic, N. 18 5 422 23.4 55 128 .430 14 37 .378 36 49 .735 26 52 78 4.3 30 0 24 40 6 9 160 8.9 04 Mann, C.

18 6 421 23.4 33 91 .363 4 14 .286 72 105 .686 15 50 65 3.6 29 1 60 55 2 16 142 7.9

15 Williams, D. 16 14 382 23.9 35 74 .473 0 0 .000 24 45 .533 34 50 84 5.3 53 4 3 22 24 6 94 5.9 31 Morris, B.

18 12 307 17.1 24 62 .387 1 4 .250 30 53 .566 15 37 52 2.9 28 0 18 19 4 9 79 4.4

Thornton, M. 5 3 113 22.6 6 16 .375 0 2 .000 6 10 .600 8 13 21 4.2 13 0 6 10 4 2 18 3.6 02 11 Williams, V. 18 12 312 17.3 18 59 .305 12 34 .353 15 26 .577 3 21 24 1.3 16 0 36 25 1 11 63 3.5 23 Brantley, S. 18 4 350 19.4 19 61 .311 15 43 .349 4 9 .444 5 23 28 1.6 6 0 20 14 1 4 57 3.2 12 Gaines, K. 18 0 163 9.1 16 51 .314 8 24 .333 11 16 .688 3 14 17 0.9 27 1 7 9 4 6 51 2.8 32 Florveus, J. 16 13 294 18.4 19 36 .528 0 0 .000 6 18 .333 20 37 57 3.6 35 1 5 24 8 7 44 2.8 05 Dixon, T.

18 1 202 11.2 17 35 .486 0 0 .000 8 10 .800 9 33 42 2.3 8 0 6 12 8 5 42 2.3

41 Cannon, J. 14 2 95 6.8 12 23 .522 0 0 .000 4 4 1.000 8 17 25 1.8 9 0 1 10 3 1 28 2.0 10 Echols, T. 2 0 1 0.5 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 TEAM................ 19 24 43 2.4 0 8 0 Total..........

18 356 871 .409 96 276 .348 305 455 .670 186 478 664 36.9 293 7 223 280 77 122 1113 61.8

Opponents......

18 367 998 .368 109 368 .296 212 328 .646 209 411 620 34.4 386 14 174 243 51 146 1055 58.6

Road Games Only RECORD: 3-8 (SEC: 3-6) TOTAL 3-PTS REBOUNDS ## Player GP GS Min Avg FG FGA Pct 3FG FGA Pct FT FTA Pct Off Def Tot Avg PF FO 01 Cald.-Pope, K. 11 11 369 33.5 66 147 .449

29

74 .392 33 39 .846

11

60 71

6.5

24

0

16 24

5

11 Williams, V.

34 .412 16 18 .889

3

20 23

2.1

11

0

27 18

2

7

78

7.1

8

4.0

7

0

2

2

0

14

7.0

18 26

4

6

74

6.7

6

1

0

55

6.1

02 Thornton, M.

96

A TO Blk Stl Pts Avg

11 2

9 245 22.3 24

57 .421

14

2

5

10 .500

1

43 21.5

3 .333

3

4 .750

1

7

18

21 39

3.5

23

0

7 11 .636

6

6 12

1.3

11

1

1

15 194 17.6

42 Djurisic, N.

11

3 281 25.5 25

69 .362

6

18 .333 18 24 .750

12 Gaines, K.

9

0 109 12.1 21

41 .512

6

15 .400

04 Mann, C.

11

2 208 18.9 10

34 .294

1

3 .333 30 46 .652

0

27 27

2.5

21

1

22 27

2

6

51

4.6

31 Morris, B.

11

7 197 17.9 13

33 .394

3

8 .375 19 25 .760

4

17 21

1.9

16

0

4 13

1

4

48

4.4

15 Williams, D.

10 10 226 22.6 18

44 .409

0

0 .000

4

9 .444

22

24 46

4.6

31

1

4

7

11

3

40

4.0

41 Cannon, J.

10

0 108 10.8 15

28 .536

0

0 .000

3

3 1.000

6

11 17

1.7

10

0

0

5

4

0

33

3.3

23 Brantley, S.

11

2 160 14.5 11

26 .423

9

20 .450

4

4 1.000

0

9

0.8

7

0

9

7

1

0

35

3.2

32 Florveus, J.

10

8 157 15.7 10

19 .526

0

0 .000

3

6 .500

7

18 25

2.5

24

1

5

9

7

0

23

2.3

05 Dixon, T.

11

1 119 10.8

7

11 .636

0

0 .000

2

2 1.000

9

17 26

2.4

4

0

7

4

6

4

16

1.5

10 Echols, T.

1

0

0

2 .000

0

2 .000

0

0 .000

0

0

0.0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.0

TEAM................

19

19 38

3.5

0

5

0

3 3.0

9

0

3

Total..........

11 225 521 .432

69 177 .390 142 191 .743 106 256 362 32.9 189

4 116 153

46

45 661 60.1

Opponents......

11 230 559 .411

85 223 .381 177 235 .753 108 218 326 29.6 182

1 120 105

44

79 722 65.6


2012-13 Game-by-Game Results DATE OPPONENT (TV)

SITE

W/L

SCORE ATT

HIGH SCORER

HIGH REB.

OPP. HI SCORER OPP. HI REB.

YOUNG HARRIS (Exh.)

H

W

86-52

N/A

Gaines 16

Thornton 9

Jackson 16

Martin 5

11/9

JACKSONVILLE

H

W

68-62

5232

Cald.-Pope 17

Djurisic 12

McDougald 13

Dawson 8

11/12 YOUNGSTOWN ST.* (ESPNU) H

L

56-68

4275

Cald.-Pope 27

Cald.-Pope 6

Perry 23

Eargle 10

L (OT) 60-62

4521

Cald.-Pope 17

Thornton 7

Brooks 17

Davis 12

11/19 #1 Indiana** (ESPNU)

N

L

53-66

10071 KCP/ V. Williams 14 Djurisic 7

Watford 14

Oladipo 8

11/20 #11 UCLA** (ESPNU)

N

L

56-60

10478 Cald.-Pope 16

Thornton 10

Muhammad 21

Anderson 9

11/23 EAST TENN. STATE

H

W

54-38

4869

Cald.-Pope 13

Cald.-Pope 7

Wilson 12

Walton 6

11/30 South Florida# (ESPNU)

A

L

53-64

5167

Cald.-Pope 19

Three with 5

Collins 17

Rudd 8

12/4

A

L

54-62

8600

Cald.-Pope 16

Cald.-Pope 13

Geo.-Hunt 18

Miller 8

L (OT) 78-81

4680

KCP/Mann 18

KCP/D. Will. 10

Jones 25

Armand 7

Georgia Tech (ESPNU)

58-49

8650

Cald.-Pope 17

Cald.-Pope 9

White 9

Gollon 6

12/22 SOUTHERN CAL (FSN)

H

W

64-56

6227

Cald.-Pope 25

Cannon 7

Oraby 14

Oraby 11

12/29 FLORIDA A&M (CSS)

H

W

82-73

6149

Djurisic 21

Cald.-Pope 9

Abdul-Aleem 16

Abdul-Aleem 11

1/4

GEORGE WASHINGTON (CSS) H

W

52-41

4885

KCP/Djurisic 17

Florveus 10

Larsen 14

McD/Armw. 7

1/9

#11 Florida (CSS)

A

L

44-77

11366 Cald.-Pope 11

Morris 4

Rosario 19

Prather 7

1/12

MISS. STATE (SECN)

H

L

61-72

5891

D. Williams 8

Steele 21

Steele 7

1/16

#17 Missouri (SECN)

A

L

62-79

12797 V. Williams 23

Djurisic 5

Brown, Ross 15

Oriakhi 8

1/19

LSU (CSS)

H

W

67-58

5779

Cald.-Pope 22

Djurisic 8

O’Bryant III 16

O’Bryant III 14

1/23

#8 FLORIDA (SECN)

H

L

47-64

6793

Cald.-Pope 16

Cald.-Pope 7

Wilbekin 17

Yeguete 11

1/26

Texas A&M (FSN)

A

W

59-52

7595

Cald.-Pope 22

Cald.-Pope 9

Turner 19

Roberson 6

1/30

AUBURN (CSS)

H

W

57-49

4767

Cald.-Pope 20

Cald.-Pope 10

Payne, Sull. 13

Chubb 6

2/2

South Carolina (SECN)

A

W

67-56

11327 Cald.-Pope 19

Cald.-Pope 7

Carrera 16

Carrera 7

2/6

Tennessee (SECN)

A

W

68-62

14876 Cald.-Pope 24

D. Williams 4

McRae 17

Stokes 11

2/9

TEXAS A&M (ESPNU)

H

W

52-46

7380

Djurisic 13

Florveus 8

Harris 17

Roberson 12

2/12

ALABAMA (ESPNU)

H

L

45-52

5385

Cald.-Pope 22

KCP, Mann 8

Cooper 14

Randolph 7

2/16

Ole Miss (ESPN2)

A

L (OT) 74-84

8255

Cald.-Pope 19

Cald.-Pope 12

Henderson 25

Buckner 10

2/21

Arkansas (ESPN/2)

A

13443 Cald.-Pope 15

D. Williams 7

Bell 17

Wade 6

2/23

SOUTH CAROLINA (CBS)

H

6590

Morris 11

Ellington 11

Chatkevicius 10

2/27

Vanderbilt (FSN)

A

L

62-63

10211 Cald.-Pope 20

Cald.-Pope 14

Johnson 17

Bright 6

3/2

TENNESSEE (SECN)

H

W

78-68

9436

Cald.-Pope 9

McRae 35

Stokes 10

3/7

KENTUCKY (ESPN)

H

W

72-62

10062 Cald.-Pope 24

Cald.-Pope 10

Goodwin 20

Cauley-Stein 11

3/9

Alabama (SECN)

A

L

58-61

13166 KCP, Djurisic 14

Djurisic 6

Releford 19

Jacobs 5

3/14

LSU (SECN)&

N

L

63-68

10065 Cald.-Pope 32

Cald.-Pope 13

Coleman 24

O’Bryant III 12

L

60-62

W (OT) 62-54

*Progressive Legends Classic - Athens **Progressive Legends Classic - Brooklyn, N.Y. #SEC/Big East Invitational &SEC Tournament - Nashville, Tenn.

Cald.-Pope 16

Cald.-Pope 18

Cald.-Pope 25

Media Information

W

History

H

Records

12/18 MERCER

2012-13 in Review

H

Opponent Info

12/15 IONA (CSS)

Coaches & Support

H

Player Bios

11/15 SOUTHERN MISS* (FSN)

2013-14 Outlook

11/2

97


2012-13 Game-by-Game Team Stats Game FGs Pct. 3FGs Pct. FTs Pct. Jacksonville GEORGIA (W/68-62) Youngstown State GEORGIA (L/56-68) Southern Miss GEORGIA (L/60-62) Indiana GEORGIA (L/53-66) UCLA GEORGIA (L/56-60) East Tenn. State GEORGIA (W/54-38) South Florida GEORGIA (L/53-64) Georgia Tech GEORGIA (L/54-62) Iona GEORGIA (L/78-81) Mercer GEORGIA (W/58-49) Southern Cal GEORGIA (W/64-56) Florida A&M GEORGIA (W/82-73) Geo. Washington GEORGIA (W/52-41) Florida GEORGIA (L/44-77) Miss. State GEORGIA (L/61-72) Missouri GEORGIA (L/62-79) LSU GEORGIA (W/67-58) Florida GEORGIA (L/47-64) Texas A&M GEORGIA (W/59-52) Auburn GEORGIA (W/57-49) South Carolina GEORGIA (W/67-56) Tennessee GEORGIA (W/68-62) Texas A&M GEORGIA (W/52-46) Alabama GEORGIA (L/45-52) Ole Miss GEORGIA (L/74-84) Arkansas GEORGIA (L/60-62) South Carolina GEORGIA (W/62-54) Vanderbilt GEORGIA (L/62-63) Tennessee GEORGIA (W/78-68) Kentucky GEORGIA (W/72-62) Alabama GEORGIA (L/58-61) LSU GEORGIA (L/63-68)

98

23-61 20-49 22-53 17-53 25-49 20-52 22-49 17-50 19-45 22-59 14-50 24-38 20-42 20-49 16-48 18-57 29-63 27-61 16-51 19-44 22-55 22-45 27-73 26-58 14-57 19-39 29-55 14-36 25-54 19-58 26-54 21-46 18-50 22-47 23-51 16-39 17-49 19-44 15-53 19-43 19-53 25-43 18-39 23-46 12-50 12-37 19-49 16-52 24-63 28-58 22-57 17-46 18-60 15-48 19-51 20-49 22-57 24-56 23-62 19-52 20-48 20-47 23-53 16-56

.377 .408 .415 .321 .510 .385 .449 .340 .422 .373 .280 .632 .476 .408 .333 .316 .460 .443 .314 .432 .400 .489 .370 .448 .246 .487 .527 .389 .463 .328 .481 .457 .360 .468 .451 .410 .347 .432 .283 .442 .358 .581 .462 .500 .240 .324 .388 .308 .381 .483 .386 .370 .300 .313 .373 .408 .386 .429 .371 .365 .417 .426 .434 .286

2-14 4-19 6-19 6-16 7-18 9-30 5-16 9-25 2-11 6-23 6-16 6-14 8-18 6-19 9-21 2-17 12-36 4-12 6-26 7-12 5-19 2-7 7-26 8-16 0-12 4-12 12-26 1-10 9-20 4-19 9-22 10-17 6-17 4-12 8-20 7-12 6-16 8-18 4-20 4-17 7-20 6-13 3-11 11-20 3-17 3-9 6-18 5-22 6-20 5-16 10-26 6-14 6-19 4-16 8-25 7-16 10-25 8-16 6-26 7-15 7-18 7-17 9-21 8-25

.143 .211 .316 .375 .389 .300 .313 .360 .182 .261 .375 .429 .444 .316 .429 .118 .333 .333 .231 .583 .263 .286 .269 .500 .000 .333 .462 .100 .450 .211 .409 .588 .353 .333 .400 .583 .375 .444 .200 .235 .350 .462 .273 .550 .176 .333 .333 .227 .300 .313 .385 .429 .316 .250 .320 .438 .400 .500 .231 .467 .389 .412 .429 .320

14-22 24-38 18-22 16-21 5-8 11-21 17-24 10-14 20-30 6-10 4-5 0-1 16-23 7-9 21-32 16-22 11-16 20-37 11-12 13-16 7-15 18-26 12-25 22-30 13-15 10-17 7-8 15-19 13-23 19-32 18-25 10-12 16-24 19-26 10-16 8-12 12-23 13-17 15-27 15-26 11-13 11-16 23-28 11-14 19-26 25-32 8-14 8-14 30-36 13-19 8-12 20-27 12-24 28-46 17-18 15-19 14-16 22-26 10-18 27-34 14-17 11-17 13-28 23-30

.636 .632 .818 .762 .625 .524 .708 .714 .667 .600 .800 .000 .696 .778 .656 .727 .688 .541 .917 .813 .467 .692 .480 .733 .867 .588 .875 .789 .565 .594 .720 .833 .667 .731 .625 .667 .522 .765 .556 .577 .846 .688 .821 .786 .731 .781 .571 .571 .833 .684 .667 .741 .500 .609 .944 .789 .875 .846 .556 .794 .824 .647 .464 .767

O+D=T Reb. A TO BL ST PF

15+24=39 13+27=40 10+32=42 7+24=31 9+27=36 11+16=27 11+29=40 6+18=24 10+24=34 14+20=34 14+10=24 5+23=28 7+21=28 9+18=27 12+26=38 17+26=43 6+20=26 18+30=48 5+20=25 6+29=35 12+20=32 8+25=33 17+28=45 9+32=41 13+18=31 7+32=39 7+19=26 5+20=25 8+29=37 17+27=44 13+18=31 9+20=29 14+24=38 7+22=29 10+21=31 5+23=28 13+18=31 8+24=32 10+23=33 7+31=38 12+15=27 6+24=30 7+19=26 6+18=24 15+18=33 11+26=37 5+28=33 11+30=41 12+18=30 13+32=45 10+23=33 10+27=37 17+22=39 18+29=47 5+23=28 9+27=36 12+22=34 13+25=38 17+25=42 13+27=40 10+18=28 14+20=34 12+22=34 21+27=48

12 13 10 7 12 17 11 8 5 15 7 21 12 11 10 7 18 14 12 12 10 9 11 17 7 10 17 4 13 10 14 9 6 16 11 10 7 9 7 11 9 14 9 13 3 8 9 10 12 18 14 12 8 9 10 8 10 16 8 13 6 11 14 9

21 23 17 15 22 15 13 12 10 10 13 17 8 9 11 11 12 16 11 15 12 11 11 15 15 25 7 19 14 15 9 19 21 16 7 17 11 12 11 16 10 13 14 12 9 18 9 11 6 18 13 15 16 16 4 9 12 9 10 10 12 16 5 11

1 5 7 1 3 3 0 3 2 2 1 9 5 4 6 4 2 4 3 4 2 3 6 4 2 7 6 5 4 3 5 4 2 1 0 4 3 6 1 3 2 6 1 1 2 4 6 4 1 5 8 5 5 6 3 2 2 7 2 5 4 4 2 5

11 13 6 6 5 6 4 8 6 4 10 5 6 2 8 7 9 8 4 3 7 9 10 7 12 8 10 3 9 10 9 4 11 12 10 2 8 4 9 4 6 4 4 6 8 4 8 6 7 3 9 3 7 8 3 1 6 7 4 4 9 8 9 1

26 19 22 23 20 13 17 19 13 20 7 8 9 16 17 22 26 14 18 13 22 12 24 18 18 13 14 9 22 19 16 17 23 15 14 15 17 16 25 21 19 15 14 22 25 22 16 15 18 30 23 16 29 21 17 11 23 16 26 16 18 15 21 20

(1/2/OT) PTS

21/41 34/34 25/43 14/42 31/24/7 27/28/5 29/37 30/23 25/35 30/26 13/25 31/23 27/37 22/31 35/27 22/32 35/31/15 36/30/12 20/29 26/32 28/28 27/37 36/37 49/33 21/20 18/34 28/49 15/29 36/36 35/26 38/41 30/32 29/29 33/34 24/40 27/20 23/29 27/32 22/27 26/31 30/26 29/38 26/36 35/33 16/30 25/27 25/27 22/23 35/35/14 41/29/4 28/34 18/42 16/37/1 23/30/9 22/41 34/28 22/46 25/53 26/36 31/41 32/29 18/40 39/29 19/44


2012-13 Superlatives Opponent

2012-13 in Review Records History Media Information

32 by Caldwell-Pope vs. LSU (SEC Tourn.).............35 by McRae (Tennessee2) 14 by Caldwell-Pope vs. Vanderbilt..........................14 by O’Bryant III (LSU) 7 by V. Williams vs. Ole Miss....................................10 by Collins (USF) 6 by Djurisic vs. Fla1; Mann vs. Mo, Fla2, SC1........6 by 3 players [recent: Armwood (GW)] 3 by D. Williams, Dixon vs. ETSU............................4 by Young (Fla), Oriakhi (Mo.), Gueye (Ala.) 6 by Caldwell-Pope vs. LSU.....................................5 by Caruso (TAMU2) 10 by Caldwell-Pope vs. Youngs. State, USC..........10 by McRae (Tennessee2) 21 by Caldwell-Pope vs. Sou. Miss...........................20 by Jones (Iona) 6 by Caldwell-Pope vs. LSU (SEC Tourn.)...............8 by McRae (Tennessee2) 15 by Caldwell-Pope vs. LSU (SEC Tourn.)...............11 by English (Iona), McRae (Tennessee2) 12 by Mann vs. LSU (SEC Tourn.)...........................14 by Henderson (Ole Miss) 14 by Mann vs. LSU (SEC Tourn.)...........................17 by O’Bryant III (LSU) (SEC Tourn.) 16 by Caldwell-Pope vs. S. Carolina1......................14 by McRae (Tennessee2) 19 Caldwell-Pope vs. Youngs. State, USC...............21 by McRae (Tennessee2) 42 by Caldwell-Pope vs. Iona, Ole Miss....................43 by Armand (Iona)

Opponent Info

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

Opponent

Coaches & Support

Individual Superlatives

Georgia

Player Bios

Points Scored High.........................82 vs. Florida A&M.........................................84 by Ole Miss Low..........................44 vs. Florida..................................................38 by ETSU 1st Half Points High.........................49 vs. Florida A&M.........................................39 by LSU (SEC Tourn.) Low..........................14 vs. Youngstown State................................13 by ETSU 2nd Half Points High.........................53 vs. Tennessee2.........................................49 by Florida Low..........................20 vs. Florida2................................................20 by George Washington Total FGs Made High.........................28 vs. Ole Miss...............................................29 by Iona, Florida Low..........................12 vs. Texas A&M2.........................................12 by Texas A&M2 FGs Attempted High.........................61 vs. Iona......................................................73 by Florida A&M Low..........................36 vs. Florida..................................................39 by Tennessee1 FG Percentage High..........................632 (24x38) vs. ETSU....................................527 (29x55) by Florida Low...........................308 (16x52) vs. Alabama1.............................240 (12x50) by Texas A&M2 3-pt. FGs Made High.........................11 vs. Tennessee1.........................................12 by Iona, Florida Low..........................1 vs. Florida....................................................0 by George Washington 3-pt. FGs Attempted High.........................30 vs. Sou. Miss.............................................36 by Iona Low..........................7 vs. USC.......................................................11 by UCLA, Tennessee1 3-pt. FG Percentage High..........................588 (10x17) vs. Missouri................................462 (12x26) by Florida Low...........................100 (1x10) vs. Florida....................................000 (0x12) by George Washington FTs Made High.........................28 vs. South Carolina2...................................30 by Ole Miss Low..........................0 vs. ETSU.....................................................5 by Sou. Miss FTs Attempted High.........................46 vs. South Carolina2...................................36 by Ole Miss Low..........................1 vs. ETSU.....................................................8 by Sou. Miss, Florida FT Percentage High..........................846 (22x26) vs. Tennessee2..........................944 (17x18) by Vanderbilt Low...........................000 (0x1) vs. ETSU........................................467 (7x15) by USC Total Rebounds High.........................48 vs. Iona, LSU (SEC Tourn.).......................45 by Florida A&M Low..........................24 vs. Indiana, Tennessee1...........................24 by ETSU Off. Rebounds High.........................21 vs. LSU (SEC Tourn.)................................17 by Florida A&M, South Carolina2 Low..........................5 vs. ETSU, Florida1&2..................................5 by Mercer, Vanderbilt Def. Rebounds High.........................32 vs. FAMU, Geo. Wash., Ole Miss..............32 by Youngstown State Low..........................16 vs. Sou. Miss.............................................10 by ETSU Assists High.........................21 vs. ETSU..................................................18 by Iona Low..........................4 vs. Florida....................................................3 by Texas A&M2 Turnovers High.........................25 vs. George Washington.............................22 by Sou. Miss Low..........................9 vs. USF, Vanderbilt, Tennessee2................4 by Vanderbilt Blocked Shots High.........................9 vs. ETSU.....................................................8 by Arkansas Low..........................1 vs. Youngstown State, Tennessee1............0 by Florida2 Steals High.........................13 vs. Jacksonville.........................................12 by George Washington Low..........................1 vs. Vanderbilt, LSU (SEC Tourn.)................3 by Vanderbilt Personal Fouls High ........................30 vs. Ole Miss...............................................29 by South Carolina2 Low..........................8 vs. ETSU.....................................................7 by ETSU

2013-14 Outlook

Team Superlatives Georgia

99


2012-13 Senior Profiles

23

Sherrard Brantley

6-2 187 Guard Senior 3 Letters Dublin, Ga. / Dublin HS / NW Fla. State CC

2012-13 Season

• Shot a career-best 36 percent from 3-point range in his final season. • Career high in minutes played (32) came in season opener vs. Jacksonville. • Set a new career high with 10 points in Georgia’s loss to Arkansas • Two second-half 3-pointers proved critical in Bulldogs’ win at Texas A&M.

2011-12 Season

• Saw substantial action in 27 of 32 games, averaging 9.9 minutes per game. • Established career high in rebounding with four on two occasions: at Colorado and in the season finale vs. Vandy.

2010-11 Season:

• Played in 32 games and averaged 12.7 minutes as the Dogs’ first backcourt reserve.

• Made 25 three-point field goals, third-most among all Bulldogs. Eighty-one of his 99 total FG attempts were from 3-point range. • Played major roles in two early-season Georgia victories, scoring eight points against UAB and sinking three critical treys in the win at Georgia Tech. • Tried just 11 free throws all season and none after his two most important. Those two came with :39 left in OT against Florida and gave the Bulldogs a 1-point lead.

Junior College:

• Played one season at Northwest Florida State College in Niceville, Fla. • In the 2010 season with the Raiders, he averaged 13.7 points per game, second-best on the team. • Made an eye-popping 43 percent of his 263 three-point shots (113 x 263).

• NWFSC went 30-5 in his one season, won its conference and state titles and reached the quarterfinals of the National Juco tournament in Hutchinson, Kan.

High School:

• A key member of Dublin HS’s 2009 Class AA state championship team. • Averaged 15.1 points per game for the Irish, who went 31-1 that year, including a season-ending, 23-game win streak.

Personal:

Full Name: Sherrard Brantley Birthdate/Birthplace: Sept. 30, 1990 / Dublin, Ga. Mother: Annette Brantley Academic Major: Consumer Economics

Career Statistics Year G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA 2011 32-0 407-12.7 31-99 .313 25-81 2012 29-0 289-10.0 16-59 .271 13-51 2013 32-6 561-17.5 34-101 .337 28-77 Totals 93-6 1257-13.5 81-259 .313 66-209

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Pct. FT-FTA Pct. .309 7-11 .636 .255 4-4 1.000 .364 8-13 .615 .316 19-28 .679

Reb.-Avg. A TO BL 1+31=32-1.0 21 20 0 1+22=23-0.8 13 12 2 5+32=37-1.2 32 22 2 7+85=92-1.0 66 54 4

ST 9 2 6 17

PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 16-0 94-2.9 17-0 49-1.7 13-0 104-3.3 46-0 247-2.7

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 6-5

205 Guard Sophomore 2 Letters Greenville, Ga. / Greenville HS percent of his 332 points in SEC games during the last five 2012-13 Season • 2013 SEC Player of the Year, as selected by SEC coaches, as well as Associated Press. Also a member of the each’s All-SEC 1st team. The first Bulldog since Dominique Wilkins (1981, also as a soph.) to sweep the major POY awards. • Georgia’s leading scorer in 29 of 32 games; its leading rebounder in 16 contests. • One of just nine players in all of NCAA Division I to score in double figures in each of his team’s games. • Ranked among the SEC leaders in nine of the 13 categories for which individual stats were kept. • Recorded consecutive double-doubles in December after playing 39 collegiate games without one. Finished the season with seven double-doubles. • Scored 19 of his 25 points vs. Southern California in the 2nd half, 12 in the first five minutes of the half. • Had the 2nd-highest scoring sophomore season in UGA history; 9th-best rebounding season for UGA soph. • Career scoring high of 32 points came in season finale vs. LSU; scored 25 in the second half as Georgia nearly overcame a 20-point halftime deficit. Also in the LSU game, he became the 43rd player in UGA history to surpass 1,000 career points. • Elevated his play in clutch situations. Scored 31

minutes, shooting 65 percent from the field, 63 percent from 3-point range and 83 percent from the FT line. • Coaches’ Pre-Season All-SEC Pick by the league’s 14 coaches. SEC Player of the Week on Feb. 5 after leading Georgia to consecutive wins.

2011-12 Season

• Named to the Coaches’ Freshman All-SEC Team. • Led the team in minutes, rebounds and steals throughout the season; also its No. 2 scorer. • Earned SEC Freshman of the Week honors Dec. 19 after scoring a game-high 21 pts. in win at USC. • Season-high 25 points vs. Ole Miss were the most by a UGA freshman in almost 13 years; his final scoring total of 422 points were also the fifth most by a UGA freshman ever. • Hit go-ahead 3-pointers in the final minute in both of Georgia’s road wins in 2012: at Southern Cal and Miss.State.

Prep Highlights

• The first McDonald’s All-America honoree to sign with UGA in 20 years. • Rated the nation’s No. 3 shooting guard prospect, the No. 12 prospect overall, by recruiting analysts for Rivals.com. Also awarded the same rankings by Scout.com recruiting evaluators. • Averaged 31 points and 8.2 rebounds per game as a senior at Greenville High School.

Personal

• Full Name: Kentavious Tannell Caldwell-Pope • Birthdate/Birthplace: Feb. 18, 1993 in Thomaston, Ga. • Parents: Rhonda Caldwell & Lawrence Pope

Career Statistics Year 2012 2013

G-GS 32-31 32-32 TOTALS 64-63

Min-Avg. 1028-32.1 1086-33.9 2114-33.0

FG-FGA 152-384 186-430 338-814

Pct. .396 .433 .415

3FG-3FGA 65-214 84-225 149-439

Pct. .304 .373 .339

FT-FTA 53-81 135-169 188-250

Pct. .654 .799 .752

Reb.-Avg. 45+121=166-5.2 37+189-226-7.1 82+310=392-6.1

A TO 39 36 58 64 97 100

BL ST 11 58 17 65 28 123

PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 69-1 422-13.2 70-0 591-15.5 139-1 1013-15.8


2012-13 Senior Profiles

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John Florveus

2012-13 Season

• Ranked 2nd on the team behind Donte’ Williams in blocked shots with 22. Season high of three came twice: vs. Furman and in the second matchup against Florida. • Played a 22 minutes @Colorado and pulled down seven rebounds. • Season-high 23 minutes Jan. 10 at Florida. • Season scoring high of six points came twice, vs. Bowling Green and Tennessee.

2011-12 Season

Career Highlights

Personal: Full Name: John Richard Florveus Birthdate/Birthplace: Oct. 10, 1990 / Brooklyn, N.Y. Mother: Louise Lorestie Academic Major: Psychology. Earned bachelor’s degree in summer of 2013.

• Played two seasons at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Fla. • Named to the 2011 All-Suncoast Conference first team as a sophomore. Averaged 8.3 points, 7.8 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game for the HCC Hawks.

Coaches & Support

• Added over 20 pounds to his frame since he arrived in campus in 2011. • Drew praise from Georgia coaches for his work ethic and willingness to learn. • Played in all 32 games, starting in three pre-conference contests.

• In his freshman season there, he 4.0 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2 blocks per game, ranking 24th nationally in the latter category.

Player Bios

• Earned a starting role in 22 of 28 games in which he played. • Played key role in win over Mercer, coming off the bench to score four points in 20 minutes. • Career-high 10 rebounds in win over Geo. Washington; also career-best 30 minutes. • Led team in rebounds (8) in 2nd win over Texas A&M.

2013-14 Outlook

6-11 240 Fwd./Center Senior 2 Letters Miami, Fla. / Hillsborough CC / Dunbar HS

Career Statistics Pct. .414 .484 .450

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

Pct. .000 .000 .000

FT-FTA 9-17 11-26 20-43

Pct. .529 .423 .465

Reb.-Avg. 28+29=57-1.8 32+57=89-3.2 60+86=146-2.4

A 7 11 18

TO 16 34 50

BL ST 22 6 17 7 39 13

PF-DQ Pts-Avg. 44-1 57-1.8 66-2 71-2.5 110-3 128-2.1

Vincent Williams 6-11

240 Fwd./Center Senior 4 Letters Miami, Fla. / Hillsborough CC

• Started at point guard in the Bulldogs’ first nine games, and also their last 14 contests. • Shared team scoring honors with KCP in loss to Indiana with career-high 14 points. • Career-high 23 points in loss at Missouri; exceeded his scoring output in preceding eight games combined. • Had a career-high seven assists at Ole Miss. • Shot 41 percent from 3-point range and 86 percent from the line during the SEC schedule.

• Williams needed just 12 games into his junior year to score more points than he did in two previous seasons combined. • Scored in double figures twice during the pre-SEC slate, including an important 11 points in Georgia’s win over Mercer.

• Finest hour of the season came when he tallied seven points off the bench and helped ignite Georgia’s upset of Top 25 foe Vanderbilt in Athens.

High School

2010-11 Season

2009-10 Season • Earned a niche for himself early in his career as Dogs’ top backup at point guard.

Personal: Full Name: Vincent Anthony Williams Birthdate/Birthplace: Jan. 17, 1991 / Homestead, Fla. Parents: Vincent and Michelle Williams Academic Major: Housing. Earned bachelor’s degree in summer of 2013.

Media Information

• Played in 20 games and averaged 5.7 minutes per outing. • Connected on just one 3-pointer all season, but it was important in its time. Hit a big trey in first-half action at home against Florida. • Also played a key role in Georgia’s comeback win over Mississippi Valley State in the season opener, handing out three second-half assists and playing solid defense on the perimeter.

• 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 in 2009. • Averaged 18.5 points and 5.0 assists per game as a junior in 2008. • Also participated in football and track for the Buccaneers.

Career Statistics Year 2010 2011 2012 2013

G-GS Min-Avg. FG-FGA Pct. 31-0 294-9.5 12-54 .222 20-0 114-5.7 5-21 .238 32-11 398-12.4 33-78 .423 32-24 618-19.3 49-132 .371 TOTALS 115-35 1424-12.4 99-285 .347

3FG-3FGA 5-22 1-6 13-39 30-79 49-146

Pct. .227 .167 .333 .380 .336

FT-FTA 8-17 2-9 15-21 32-46 57-93

Pct. .471 .222 .714 .696 .613

History

2011-12 Season

Records

2012-13 Season

2012-13 in Review

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FG-FGA 24-58 30-62 54-120

Opponent Info

Year G-GS Min-Avg. 2012 32-3 409-12.8 2013 28-22 494-17.6 TOTALS 60-25 903-15.1

Reb.-Avg. 4+17=21-0.7 0+7=7-0.4 4+29=33-1.0 7+44=51-1.6 15+97=112-1.0

A 38 14 44 68 164

TO BL 30 0 8 0 24 1 47 3 109 4

ST 9 4 17 20 50

PF-DQ 30-0 17-0 35-0 31-0 113-0

Pts-Avg. 37-1.2 13-0.7 94-2.9 160-5.0 304-2.6

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2012-13 SEC Stats & Standings 2012-13 SEC Final Standings School

SEC Pct. Home Away Neutral ALL

Florida> 14-4 .778 Kentucky 12-6 .667 Ole Miss* 12-6 .667 12-6 .667 Alabama Tennessee 11-7 .611 Missouri 11-7 .611 Arkansas 10-8 .556 Georgia 9-9 .500 LSU 9-9 .500 Vanderbilt 8-10 .444 Texas A&M 7-11 .389 S. Carolina 4-14 .222 Miss. State 4-14 .222 3-15 .167 Auburn > -- SEC Regular Season Champion * -- SEC Tournament Champion

9-0 8-1 8-1 9-0 7-2 9-0 9-0 6-3 6-3 5-4 4-5 3-6 3-6 2-7

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

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

29-8 21-12 27-9 23-13 20-13 23-11 19-13 15-17 19-12 16-17 18-15 14-18 10-22 9-23

Pct. Home Away Neutral .784 .636 .750 .639 .606 .676 .594 .469 .613 .485 .545 .438 .313 .281

15-0 16-2 16-1 16-4 13-4 17-0 18-1 12-6 14-3 9-6 12-6 10-8 7-7 7-10

7-6 4-8 6-6 4-8 4-7 2-8 1-9 3-8 4-8 4-8 4-6 1-9 1-11 2-9

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

Postseason

NCAA Quarters NIT NCAA 3rd Round NIT NIT NCAA 2nd Round -----------------

SEC Tournament Results March 13-17

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First Round, Wednesday, March 13 (13) Miss. State 70, (12) South Carolina 59 Game 1 Game 2 (11) Texas A&M 71, (14) Auburn 62 Second Round, Thursday, March14 (9) LSU 68, (8) Georgia 63 Game 3 Game 4 (5) Tennessee 69, (13) Miss. State 53 (10) Vanderbilt 75, (7) Arkansas 72 Game 5 Game 6 (6) Missouri 62, (11) Texas A&M 50 Third Round, Friday, March15 (1) Florida 80, (9) LSU 58 Game 7

NCAA Tournament Results MIDWEST REGIONAL

March 21 @Lexington, Ky. (8) Colorado State 84, (9) Missouri 72

WEST REGIONAL

March 22 @Kansas City, Mo. (12) Ole Miss 57, (5) Wisconsin 46 March 22 @Austin, Texas (3) Florida 79, (14) Northwestern State 47 March 24 @Kansas City, Mo. (13) LaSalle 76, (12) Ole Miss 74 March 24 @Austin, Texas (3) Florida 78, (11) Minnesota 64 March 29 @Arlington, Texas (3) Florida 62, (15) Florida Gulf Coast 50 March 31 @Arlington, Texas (4) Michigan 79, (3) Florida 59

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Game 8 (4) Alabama 58, (5) Tennessee 48 Game 9 (10) Vanderbilt 64, (2) Kentucky 48 Game 10 (3) Ole Miss 64, (6) Missouri 62 Fourth Round, Saturday, March 16 Game 11 (1) Florida 61, (4) Alabama 51 Game 12 (3) Ole Miss 64, (10) Vanderbilt 52 Finals, Sunday, March 17 Game 13 (3) Ole Miss 66, (1) Florida 63

NIT Results First Round - March 19-20 March 19 - at (8) Robert Morris 59, (1) Kentucky 57 March 19 - at (1) Alabama 62, (8) Northwestern 43 March 20 - (7) Mercer 76, at (2) Tennessee 67 Second Round - March 23 at (1) Alabama 66, (4) Stanford 54 Third Round - March 26 (2) Maryland 58, at (1) Alabama 57


2012-13 SEC Team Stats All Games

School Ole Miss Missouri Florida Kentucky Tennessee LSU Arkansas Texas A&M Alabama Auburn Georgia South Carolina Vanderbilt Miss. State

Scoring G PTS AVG 18 1374 76.3 18 1372 76.2 18 1281 71.2 18 1261 70.1 18 1231 68.4 18 1219 67.7 18 1208 67.1 18 1134 63.0 18 1122 62.3 18 1116 62.0 18 1095 60.8 18 1094 60.8 18 1084 60.2 18 1060 58.9

Field Goal Percentage School FGs FGA PCT Florida 960 2010 .478 Kentucky 863 1815 .475 Missouri 924 2015 .459 Texas A&M 767 1742 .440 Ole Miss 977 2230 .438 Arkansas 852 1960 .435 Tennessee 753 1751 .430 LSU 788 1839 .428 Alabama 808 1887 .428 South Carolina 743 1802 .412 Auburn 726 1777 .409 Georgia 636 1557 .408 Vanderbilt 681 1671 .408 Miss. State 670 1672 .401

Field Goal Percentage School FGs FGA PCT Florida 482 991 .486 Missouri 480 1018 .472 Kentucky 446 954 .468 Tennessee 421 961 .438 Texas A&M 423 966 .438 Ole Miss 468 1088 .430 LSU 440 1051 .419 Alabama 398 957 .416 Georgia 349 847 .412 Arkansas 433 1057 .410 Auburn 392 979 .400 Vanderbilt 361 906 .398 Miss. State 364 926 .393 South Carolina 381 1003 .380

Scoring Margin School Off. Def. Florida 71.2 53.6 Missouri 76.2 68.3 Ole Miss 76.3 71.0 Alabama 62.3 59.7 Kentucky 70.1 67.4 Tennessee 68.4 66.7 Vanderbilt 60.2 60.3 Arkansas 67.1 67.5 Texas A&M 63.0 64.2 Georgia 60.8 62.3 LSU 67.7 69.5 South Carolina 60.8 68.7 Auburn 62.0 71.6 Miss. State 58.9 74.2

Mar. +17.6 +7.9 +5.3 +2.7 +2.6 +1.7 -0.1 -0.4 -1.2 -1.4 -1.8 -7.9 -9.6 -15.3

3 Pt FG Percentage Defense School 3FGs 3FGA PCT Alabama 184 597 .308 Florida 193 623 .310 Vanderbilt 183 588 .311 241 771 .313 Ole Miss LSU 173 549 .315 Tennessee 158 495 .319 Kentucky 179 552 .324 Georgia 210 639 .329 Miss. State 229 689 .332 Missouri 234 704 .332 Texas A&M 206 615 .335 South Carolina 179 530 .338 Auburn 230 666 .345 Arkansas 203 566 .359

3 Pt FG Percentage Defense School 3FGs 3FGA PCT Florida 85 311 .273 LSU 91 310 .294 Alabama 87 275 .316 Vanderbilt 100 313 .319 Kentucky 100 312 .321 Tennessee 97 286 .339 South Carolina 103 302 .341 Miss. State 133 389 .342 Missouri 129 375 .344 Georgia 126 366 .344 Ole Miss 136 393 .346 Texas A&M 114 327 .349 Auburn 140 390 .359 Arkansas 109 298 .366

Field Goal Percentage School FGs FGA PCT Florida 960 2010 .478 Kentucky 863 1815 .475 Missouri 924 2015 .459 Texas A&M 767 1742 .440 Ole Miss 977 2230 .438 Arkansas 852 1960 .435 Tennessee 753 1751 .430 LSU 788 1839 .428 Alabama 808 1887 .428 South Carolina 743 1802 .412 Auburn 726 1777 .409 Georgia 636 1557 .408 Vanderbilt 681 1671 .408 Miss. State 670 1672 .401

Field Goal Percentage School FGs FGA PCT Florida 482 991 .486 Missouri 480 1018 .472 Kentucky 446 954 .468 Tennessee 421 961 .438 Texas A&M 423 966 .438 Ole Miss 468 1088 .430 LSU 440 1051 .419 Alabama 398 957 .416 Georgia 349 847 .412 Arkansas 433 1057 .410 Auburn 392 979 .400 Vanderbilt 361 906 .398 Miss. State 364 926 .393 South Carolina 381 1003 .380

3 Pt Goals Per Game School G 3FGM Avg. Florida 37 300 8.1 Vanderbilt 33 257 7.8 LSU 31 234 7.5 Ole Miss 36 238 6.6 Missouri 34 215 6.3 South Carolina 32 192 6.0 Arkansas 32 192 6.0 Georgia 32 188 5.9 32 183 5.7 Auburn Kentucky 33 184 5.6 Alabama 36 197 5.5 Tennessee 33 173 5.2 Texas A&M 33 165 5.0 32 151 4.7 Miss. State

3 Pt Goals Per Game School G 3FGM Avg. Florida 18 158 8.8 Vanderbilt 18 142 7.9 LSU 18 128 7.1 Ole Miss 18 123 6.8 Missouri 18 114 6.3 Arkansas 18 108 6.0 Georgia 18 107 5.9 South Carolina 18 106 5.9 Alabama 18 98 5.4 Tennessee 18 97 5.4 Kentucky 18 96 5.3 Auburn 18 95 5.3 Miss. State 18 91 5.1 Texas A&M 18 87 4.8

Turnover Margin School TO OPP Arkansas 11.6 17.5 Ole Miss 11.4 15.3 Florida 11.2 14.1 Alabama 12.5 14.5 LSU 14.4 15.2 Texas A&M 13.3 13.8 Auburn 13.3 13.4 Vanderbilt 12.1 11.5 Missouri 13.0 12.1 South Carolina 15.3 14.2 Kentucky 13.0 11.8 Miss. State 17.0 15.3 Tennessee 12.9 11.2 Georgia 14.6 11.8

Turnover Margin School TO OPP Mar. Arkansas 12.0 17.8 +5.8 Florida 10.7 13.8 +3.1 Ole Miss 11.1 13.9 +2.8 Alabama 12.2 14.7 +2.4 South Carolina 13.8 14.6 +0.7 LSU 13.7 13.7 +0.0 Texas A&M 13.9 13.9 -0.1 Missouri 13.1 12.8 -0.3 Auburn 12.7 11.7 -0.9 Vanderbilt 12.0 10.7 -1.3 Tennessee 13.2 11.1 -2.2 Miss. State 17.0 14.1 -2.9 Kentucky 13.6 9.9 -3.6 Georgia 14.5 10.8 -3.7

Free Throw Percentage School FT FTA PCT Missouri 525 706 .744 Texas A&M 404 573 .705 Alabama 455 648 .702 Auburn 439 627 .700 Georgia 486 700 .694 Tennessee 510 739 .690 South Carolina 437 635 .688 Ole Miss 587 866 .678 Florida 422 623 .677 Arkansas 462 687 .672 Miss. State 449 683 .657 Kentucky 486 757 .642 Vanderbilt 372 586 .635 LSU 384 614 .625

Free Throw Percentage School FTM FTA PCT Missouri 298 392 .760 Georgia 290 408 .711 Tennessee 292 411 .710 Texas A&M 201 283 .710 Ole Miss 315 445 .708 Auburn 237 340 .697 Alabama 228 329 .693 Florida 159 234 .679 South Carolina 226 334 .677 LSU 211 316 .668 Vanderbilt 220 331 .665 Miss. State 241 366 .658 Arkansas 234 359 .652 Kentucky 273 424 .644

Mar. +17.0 +10.3 +9.4 +8.2 +4.8 +4.6 +3.0 +1.8 +1.6 +0.2 -0.8 -2.8 -4.0 -8.9

Mar. +5.9 +4.0 +2.9 +1.9 +0.8 +0.5 +0.1 -0.6 -0.9 -1.2 -1.2 -1.7 -1.7 -2.8

Media Information

Scoring Margin School Off. Def. Florida 71.4 54.4 Ole Miss 772 66.9 Missouri 76.1 66.7 Kentucky 72.6 64.5 Arkansas 73.7 68.8 Alabama 63.0 58.4 Tennessee 66.3 63.4 LSU 70.8 69.0 Texas A&M 63.7 62.1 Vanderbilt 60.3 60.1 Georgia 60.8 61.6 South Carolina 66.1 68.9 Auburn 64.8 68.8 Miss. State 60.6 69.5

History

3 Pt FG Percentage School 3FGs 3FGA PCT Florida 158 404 .391 Georgia 107 279 .384 Ole Miss 123 350 .351 Tennessee 97 278 .349 Vanderbilt 142 408 .348 LSU 128 376 .340 Missouri 114 335 .340 Texas A&M 87 258 .337 Kentucky 96 287 .334 Alabama 98 297 .330 South Carolina 106 339 .313 Auburn 95 333 .285 Miss. State 91 320 .284 Arkansas 108 383 .282

Records

PCT .378 .357 .356 .356 .350 .346 .339 .335 .324 .321 .316 .311 .300 .284

2012-13 in Review

3 Pt FG Percentage School 3FGs 3FGA Florida 300 794 Georgia 188 526 Texas A&M 165 463 LSU 234 658 Vanderbilt 257 734 Kentucky 184 532 Missouri 215 635 Alabama 197 588 Ole Miss 238 735 South Carolina 192 598 Tennessee 173 548 Auburn 183 589 Arkansas 192 639 Miss. State 151 531

Opponent Info

Scoring Defense School G PTS AVG Florida 18 965 53.6 Alabama 18 1074 59.7 Vanderbilt 18 1086 60.3 Georgia 18 1121 62.3 Texas A&M 18 1156 64.2 Tennessee 18 1200 66.7 Kentucky 18 1214 67.4 Arkansas 18 1215 67.5 Missouri 18 1230 68.3 South Carolina 18 1237 68.7 LSU 18 1251 69.5 Ole Miss 18 1278 71.0 Auburn 18 1288 71.6 Miss. State 18 1336 74.2

Coaches & Support

Scoring Defense School G PTS AVG Florida 37 2012 54.4 Alabama 36 2102 58.4 Vanderbilt 33 1984 60.1 Georgia 32 1971 61.6 Texas A&M 33 2049 62.1 Tennessee 33 2901 63.4 Kentucky 33 2127 64.5 Missouri 34 2268 66.7 Ole Miss 36 2409 66.9 Auburn 32 2201 68.8 Arkansas 32 2203 68.8 South Carolina 32 2205 68.9 LSU 31 2138 69.0 Miss. State 32 2224 69.5

Player Bios

Scoring G PTS AVG 36 2779 77.2 34 2588 76.1 32 2358 73.7 33 2396 72.6 37 2642 71.4 31 2194 70.8 33 2189 66.3 32 2115 66.1 32 2074 64.8 33 2103 63.7 36 2268 63.0 32 1946 60.8 32 1940 60.6 33 1991 60.3

SEC Games Only

All Games

2013-14 Outlook

School Ole Miss Missouri Arkansas Kentucky Florida LSU Tennessee South Carolina Auburn Texas A&M Alabama Georgia Miss. State Vanderbilt

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2012-13 SEC Team Stats

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All Games

SEC Games Only

All Games

Rebounding offense School G REB AVG 34 1386 40.8 Missouri Ole Miss 36 1400 38.9 Kentucky 33 1249 37.8 LSU 31 1150 37.1 Tennessee 33 1219 36.9 South Carolina 32 1138 35.6 Georgia 32 1132 35.4 37 1297 35.1 Florida Arkansas 32 1120 35.0 32 1094 34.2 Auburn Texas A&M 33 1100 33.3 Miss. State 32 1065 33.3 Vanderbilt 33 1090 33.0 Alabama 36 1178 32.7

Rebounding offense School G REB Avg. Kentucky 18 674 37.4 Ole Miss 18 668 37.1 Missouri 18 667 37.1 Tennessee 18 656 36.4 LSU 18 636 35.3 Georgia 18 634 35.2 Florida 18 611 33.9 Vanderbilt 18 608 33.8 Texas A&M 18 598 33.2 South Carolina 18 597 33.2 Arkansas 18 593 32.9 Auburn 18 586 32.6 Alabama 18 583 32.4 Miss. State 18 549 30.5

steals School G STL Avg. Arkansas 32 295 9.2 LSU 31 282 9.1 Ole Miss 36 297 8.3 Alabama 36 294 8.2 Miss. State 32 257 8.0 Florida 37 265 7.2 Auburn 32 222 6.9 Missouri 34 229 6.7 Texas A&M 33 213 6.5 Georgia 32 180 5.6 Kentucky 33 185 5.6 South Carolina 32 164 5.1 Vanderbilt 33 160 4.8 Tennessee 33 140 4.2

School Alabama Arkansas LSU Missouri Ole Miss Miss. State Florida Texas A&M Auburn South Carolina Georgia Kentucky Tennessee Vanderbilt

Rebounding defense School G REB AVG 37 1117 30.2 Florida Tennessee 33 1039 31.5 Missouri 34 1093 32.1 Texas A&M 33 1063 32.2 South Carolina 32 1045 32.7 Georgia 32 1054 32.9 Alabama 36 1202 33.4 Kentucky 33 1107 33.5 Vanderbilt 33 1121 34.0 32 1126 35.2 Auburn Miss. State 32 1191 37.2 Ole Miss 36 1351 37.5 Arkansas 32 1201 37.5 LSU 31 1166 37.6

Rebounding defense G REB Avg. School 18 547 30.4 Missouri Tennessee 18 557 30.9 Florida 18 574 31.9 Texas A&M 18 578 32.1 Georgia 18 580 32.2 Vanderbilt 18 602 33.4 Alabama 18 607 33.7 Kentucky 18 615 34.2 South Carolina 18 629 34.9 Auburn 18 651 36.2 LSU 18 662 36.8 Ole Miss 18 678 37.7 Arkansas 18 687 38.2 Miss. State 18 693 38.5

assist to turnover ratio School Asst. TO Ratio Florida 14.6 11.2 1.3 Arkansas 14.8 11.6 1.3 Ole Miss 12.5 11.4 1.1 Missouri 13.9 13.0 1.1 Kentucky 13.4 13.0 1.0 LSU 14.3 14.4 1.0 Vanderbilt 11.7 12.1 1.0 Auburn 12.4 13.3 0.9 Texas A&M 11.5 13.3 0.9 Alabama 10.6 12.5 0.8 Tennessee 10.7 12.9 0.8 South Carolina 12.3 15.3 0.8 Georgia 11.6 14.6 0.8 Miss. State 10.0 17.0 0.6

assist to School Florida Arkansas Ole Miss Missouri Vanderbilt LSU Auburn Kentucky Tennessee Alabama South Carolina Texas A&M Georgia Miss. State

rebounding margin School REB OPP Mar. 40.8 32.1 +8.6 Missouri Tennessee 36.9 31.5 +5.5 Florida 35.1 30.2 +4.9 Kentucky 37.8 33.5 +4.3 South Carolina 35.6 32.7 +2.9 Georgia 35.4 32.9 +2.4 Ole Miss 38.9 37.5 +1.4 Texas A&M 33.3 32.2 +1.1 LSU 37.1 37.6 -0.5 Alabama 32.7 33.4 -0.7 Vanderbilt 33.0 34.0 -0.9 Auburn 34.2 35.2 -1.0 Arkansas 35.0 37.5 -2.5 Miss. State 33.3 37.2 -3.9

rebounding margin School REB OPP Mar. Missouri 37.1 30.4 +6.7 Tennessee 36.4 30.9 +5.5 Kentucky 37.4 34.2 +3.3 Georgia 35.2 32.2 +3.0 Florida 33.9 31.9 +2.1 Texas A&M 33.2 32.1 +1.1 Vanderbilt 33.8 3.4 +0.3 Ole Miss 37.1 37.7 -0.6 Alabama 32.4 33.7 -1.3 LSU 35.3 36.8 -1.4 South Carolina 33.2 34.9 -1.8 Auburn 32.6 36.2 -3.6 Arkansas 32.9 38.2 -5.2 Miss. State 30.5 38.5 -8.0

Turnovers per Game School G TOs Avg. Florida 37 414 11.2 Ole Miss 36 409 11.4 Arkansas 32 372 11.6 Vanderbilt 33 398 12.1 Alabama 36 451 12.5 Tennessee 33 425 12.9 Missouri 34 442 13.0 Kentucky 33 430 13.0 Texas A&M 33 438 13.3 Auburn 32 427 13.3 LSU 31 445 14.4 Georgia 32 466 14.6 South Carolina 32 491 15.3 Miss. State 32 545 17.0

Turnovers PER Game School G TOs Avg. Florida 18 193 10.7 Ole Miss 18 200 11.1 Arkansas 18 216 12.0 Vanderbilt 18 216 12.0 Alabama 18 220 12.2 Auburn 18 228 12.7 Missouri 18 235 13.1 Tennessee 18 238 13.2 Kentucky 18 244 13.6 LSU 18 246 13.7 South Carolina 18 249 13.8 Texas A&M 18 251 13.9 Georgia 18 261 14.5 Miss. State 18 306 17.0

assists School G AST Avg. 32 475 14.8 Arkansas Florida 37 540 14.6 LSU 31 442 14.3 Missouri 34 473 13.9 Kentucky 33 441 13.4 Ole Miss 36 450 12.5 Auburn 32 396 12.4 South Carolina 32 392 12.3 Vanderbilt 33 385 11.7 32 371 11.6 Georgia Texas A&M 33 380 11.5 Tennessee 33 354 10.7 Alabama 36 380 10.6 Miss. State 32 321 10.0

assists School G AST 18 283 Florida Arkansas 18 247 Missouri 18 243 LSU 18 243 Ole Miss 18 220 Vanderbilt 18 220 Kentucky 18 217 Auburn 18 207 Georgia 18 201 199 South Carolina 18 18 199 Tennessee 18 196 Texas A&M Alabama 18 183 Miss. State 18 180

Avg. 15.7 13.7 13.5 13.5 12.2 12.2 12.1 11.5 11.2 11.1 11.1 10.9 10.2 10.0

Offensive Rebounds School G No. Avg. South Carolina 32 436 13.6 Missouri 34 455 13.4 Ole Miss 36 475 13.2 LSU 31 402 13.0 Tennessee 33 409 12.4 Arkansas 32 386 12.1 33 379 11.5 Kentucky Texas A&M 33 374 11.3 Miss. State 32 343 10.7 Florida 37 394 10.6 Alabama 36 381 10.6 Georgia 32 333 10.4 Auburn 32 329 10.3 Vanderbilt 33 307 9.3

Offensive Rebounds School G No. Avg. South Carolina 18 229 12.7 Ole Miss 18 224 12.4 Tennessee 18 221 12.3 LSU 18 212 11.8 Missouri 18 208 11.6 Texas A&M 18 206 11.4 Kentucky 18 202 11.2 18 196 10.9 Arkansas Alabama 18 193 10.7 Georgia 18 182 10.1 Vanderbilt 18 173 9.6 Florida 18 166 9.2 Miss. State 18 163 9.1 Auburn 18 156 8.7

blocks School G BLK Avg. 33 217 6.6 Kentucky Ole Miss 36 185 5.1 Arkansas 32 159 5.0 36 160 4.4 Alabama Georgia 32 133 4.2 Tennessee 33 130 3.9 Miss. State 32 124 3.9 32 124 3.9 Auburn LSU 31 119 3.8 Vanderbilt 33 120 3.6 Missouri 34 119 3.5 South Carolina 32 111 3.2 37 120 3.2 Florida Texas A&M 33 98 3.0

blocks School G BLK 18 114 Kentucky Ole Miss 18 87 Arkansas 18 83 Alabama 18 77 Georgia 18 75 Tennessee 18 71 Vanderbilt 18 65 Miss. State 18 64 Missouri 18 63 Florida 18 61 Auburn 18 60 LSU 18 55 South Carolina 18 54 Texas A&M 18 51

Avg. 6.3 4.8 4.6 4.3 4.2 3.9 3.6 3.6 3.5 3.4 3.3 3.1 3.0 2.8

defensive rebounds School G No. Avg. Missouri 34 931 27.4 Kentucky 33 870 26.4 Ole Miss 36 925 25.7 Georgia 32 799 25.0 Tennessee 33 810 24.5 Florida 37 903 24.4 LSU 31 748 24.1 Auburn 32 765 23.9 Vanderbilt 33 783 23.7 Arkansas 32 734 22.9 Miss. State 32 722 22.6 Alabama 36 797 22.1 Texas A&M 33 726 22.0 South Carolina 32 702 21.9

defensive rebounds School G No. Avg. Kentucky 18 472 26.2 Missouri 18 459 25.5 Georgia 18 452 25.1 Florida 18 445 24.7 Ole Miss 18 444 24.7 Tennessee 18 435 24.2 Vanderbilt 18 435 24.2 Auburn 18 430 23.9 LSU 18 424 23.6 Arkansas 18 397 22.1 Texas A&M 18 392 21.8 Alabama 18 390 21.7 Miss. State 18 386 21.4 South Carolina 18 368 20.4

SEC Games Only steals G STL 18 164 18 163 18 144 18 137 18 135 18 130 18 124 18 116 18 105 18 100 18 93 18 80 18 77 18 69

Avg. 9.1 9.1 8.0 7.6 7.5 7.2 6.9 6.4 5.8 5.6 5.2 4.4 4.3 3.8

turnover ratio Asst. TO Ratio 15.7 10.7 1.5 13.7 12.0 1.1 12.2 11.1 1.1 13.5 13.1 1.0 12.2 12.0 1.0 13.5 13.7 1.0 11.5 12.7 0.9 12.1 13.6 0.9 11.1 13.2 0.8 10.2 12.2 0.8 11.1 13.8 0.8 10.9 13.9 0.8 11.2 14.5 0.8 10.0 17.0 0.6


2012-13 SEC Individual Stats All Games scoring

All Games

FG 209 186 199 170 180 167 148 214 175 173 157 153

AVG 20.1 18.5 17.5 15.7 15.2 14.9 14.5 14.5 14.5 14.1 14.1 13.6

Player, School Marshall Henderson, UM Elston Turner, TAMU Jordan McRae, UT Ken. Caldwell-Pope, UGA Trevor Releford, UA Johnny O’Bryant III, LSU Jabari Brown, MO Marshawn Powell, AR Keion Bell, MO Murphy Holloway, UM Fabyon Harris, TAMU BJ Young, AR

SEC Games Only

All Games

3P 138 84 74 60 25 48 56 1 27 21 17 3

FT 166 135 89 118 85 126 113 93 86 43 135 84

PTS 722 591 561 518 470 508 465 522 463 410 466 393

Rebounding

Rebounding

3 Pt Field Goal Percentage

FGs 81 99 88 101 95 112 103

FGA 140 186 175 206 205 251 235

Pct. .579 .532 .503 .490 .463 .446 .438

3 Pt Field Goal Percentage

Player 3FGs 3FGA Pct E. Murphy, UF 43 91 .473 J. Mays, UK 42 99 .424 C. Carmouche, LS 34 84 .405 K. Cald.-Pope, UG 48 120 .400 J. McRae, UT 38 97 .392

3 Pt

3 Pt

goals per game

goals per game

Player M. Henderson, UM K. Cald-Pope, UG E. Murphy, UF J. Mays, UK J. Brown, MO A. Hickey, LS E. Turner, AM J. McRae, UT C. Carmouche, LS

G 3FGM Avg. 18 69 3.8 18 48 2.7 18 43 2.4 18 42 2.3 18 41 2.3 18 41 2.3 17 38 2.2 18 38 2.1 17 34 2.0

Free Throw Percentage Free Throw Percentage

Player M. Henderson, UM K. Bell, MO E. Turner, AM B. Williams, SC T. Releford, UA K. Cald.-Pope, UG F. Sullivan, AU T. Golden, UT

FTs 166 84 89 80 126 135 113 126

FTA 188 97 105 95 153 169 143 162

Pct. .883 .866 .848 .842 .824 .799 .790 .778

(Min. 2.5 made per game) Player FTs FTA Pct. M. Henderson, UM 100 113 .885 E. Turner, AM 56 64 .875 K. Bell, MO 54 63 .857 K. Cald.-Pope, UG 78 93 .839 T. Releford, UA 62 77 .805 T. Golden, UT 64 80 .800 T. Bloodman, MS 50 64 .781 K. Johnson, VU 60 77 .779

SEC Games Only Assists

Player P. Pressey, MO S. Wilbekin, UF K. Johnson, VU T. Golden, UT J. Summers, UM A. Hickey, LS C. Carmouche, LS A. Caruso, AM B. Ellington, SC C. Mann, UG K. Boynton, UF

G 18 18 18 16 18 18 17 18 18 18 18

No. Avg. 128 7.1 96 5.3 76 4.2 64 4.0 71 3.9 67 3.7 59 3.5 61 3.4 57 3.2 56 3.1 56 3.1

Blocks

Player G R. Buckner, UM 36 W. Cauley-Stein, UK 29 A. Oriakhi, MO 34 P. Young, UF 37 36 M. Gueye, UA A. Dixon-Tatum, AU 32 29 C. Borchert, MS H. Mickelson, AR 32 D. Williams, UG 29 29 L. Bowers, MO

No. Avg. 98 2.7 60 2.1 54 1.6 58 1.6 52 1.4 44 1.4 36 1.2 39 1.2 35 1.2 34 1.2

Steals

Player A. Hickey, LS T. Releford, UA K. Cald.-Pope, UG C. Carmouche, LS A. Caruso, AM P. Pressey, UM F. Thomas, MS C. Sword, MS M. Wade, AR M. Holloway, UM

G 29 34 32 30 33 34 32 32 32 36

No. Avg. 85 2.9 70 2.1 65 2.0 57 1.9 61 1.8 61 1.8 56 1.8 55 1.7 54 1.7 58 1.6

Minutes Played

Player E. Turner, AM K. Cald.-Pope, UG P. Pressey, MO J. McRae, UT T. Releford, UA J. Mays, UK A. Hickey, LS S. Wilbekin, UF A. Goodwin, UK K. Johnson, VU

G 32 32 34 33 34 33 29 35 33 33

No. Avg. 1139 35.6 1086 33.9 1151 33.9 1108 33.6 1130 33.2 1090 33.0 957 33.0 1117 31.9 1048 31.8 1047 31.7

Blocks

Player G R. Buckner, UM 18 W. Cauley-Stein, UK 14 M. Gueye, UA 18 A. Oriakhi, MO 18 P. Young, UF 18 D. Williams, UG 17 M. Powell, UF 18 J. Stokes, UT 18 A. Dixon-Tatum, AU 18 C. Borchert, MS 18 R. Chubb, AU 18

No. Avg. 45 2.5 31 2.2 34 1.9 32 1.8 29 1.6 25 1.5 25 1.4 24 1.3 23 1.3 22 1.2 22 1.2

Steals

Player A. Hickey, LS T. Releford P. Pressey, MO K. Cald.-Pope, UG A. Caruso, AM M. Wade, AR F. Thomas, MS C. Carmouche, LS E. Ross, MO M. Holloway, UM T. Lacey, UA

G 18 17 18 18 18 18 18 17 18 18 18

No. Avg. 51 2.8 37 2.2 35 1.9 35 1.9 33 1.8 32 1.8 31 1.7 28 1.6 29 1.6 28 1.6 28 1.6

Minutes Played

Player J. McRae, UT E. Turner, AM A. Hickey, LS T. Releford, UA K. Cald.-Pope, UG B. Ellington, SC K. Boynton, UF S. Wilbekin, UF F. Harris, AM J. Mays, UK

G 18 17 18 17 18 18 18 18 17 18

No. 678 634 647 592 613 606 602 599 565 597

Avg. 37.7 37.3 35.9 34.8 34.1 33.7 33.4 33.3 33.2 33.2

Media Information

G 3FGM Avg. 36 138 3.8 32 84 2.6 32 74 2.3 31 67 2.2 29 60 2.1 36 72 2.0 33 65 2.0 37 71 1.9 33 60 1.8 32 56 1.8

AVG 20.8 19.4 19.2 18.4 15.6 14.7 14.6 14.0 14.0 13.8 13.6 13.4

History

Player M. Henderson, UM K. Cald.-Pope, UG E. Turner, AM A. Stringer, LS A. Hickey, LS E. Murphy, UF J. Mays, UK K. Boynton, UF J. McRae, UT F. Sullivan, AU

No. Avg. 240 7.1 174 5.0 121 3.9 128 3.8 109 3.8 119 3.6 107 3.6 112 3.4 105 3.4 115 3.2

PTS 375 330 346 332 265 265 262 252 224 249 231 242

Records

Player 3FGs 3FGA Pct E. Murphy, UF 72 159 .453 A. Stringer, LSU 67 164 .409 K. Cald.-Pope, UG 84 225 .373 E. Turner, AM 74 205 .361 M. Henderson, UM 138 394 .350 A. Hickey, LS 60 183 .328

Player K. Bell, MO M. Holloway, UM T. Releford, UA J. O’Bryant III, LS M. Powell, AR J. McRae, UT K. Cald.-Pope, UG

G 34 35 31 34 29 33 30 33 31 36

FT 100 56 84 78 62 62 63 47 54 51 35 46

2012-13 in Review

Player FGs FGA Pct. M. Holloway, UM 214 385 .556 L. Bowers, MO 173 317 .546 M. Powell, AR 175 359 .487 J. O’Bryant III, LS 153 319 .480 BJ Young, AR 180 401 .449 K. Cald-Pope, UG 186 430 .433 E. Turner, AM 199 467 .426

Field Goal Percentage Min 5 made per game

Assists

Player P. Pressey, MO S. Wilbekin, UF T. Golden, UT J. Summers, UM A. Hickey, LS K. Johnson, VU C. Carmouche, LS A. Caruso, AM BJ Young, AR T. Lacey, UA

3P 69 38 38 48 27 1 41 15 8 0 30 14

Opponent Info

Field Goal Percentage Min 5 made per game

Player G REB Avg. J. Stokes, UT 18 193 10.7 J. O’Bryant III, LSU 18 170 9.4 M. Holloway, UM 18 155 8.6 A. Oriakhi, MO 18 151 8.4 R. Buckner, UM 18 141 7.8 M. Carrera, SC 18 131 7.3 18 131 7.3 K. Roberson, AM K. Caldwell-Pope, UG 18 119 6.6 W. Cauley-Stein, UK 14 89 6.4 R. Turner, AM 18 114 6.3 R. Chubb, AU 18 111 6.2 A. Poythress, UK 18 111 6.2 P. Young, UF 18 106 5.9 G. Ware, MS 18 102 5.7

FG 103 118 112 103 88 101 79 95 81 99 83 91

Coaches & Support

Player G REB Avg. M. Holloway, UM 36 350 9.7 J. Stokes, UT 33 318 9.6 J. O’Bryant III, LS 29 253 8.7 A. Oriakhi, MO 34 286 8.4 R. Buckner, UM 36 271 7.5 M. Carrera, SC 27 195 7.2 K. Cald-Pope, UG 32 226 7.1 K. Roberson, AM 33 219 6.6 R. Chubb, AU 32 210 6.6 G. Ware, MS 32 206 6.4 P. Young, UF 37 232 6.3 R. Turner, AM 33 206 6.2 W. Cauley-Stein, UK 29 179 6.2 L. Bowers, MO 29 178 6.1

G 18 17 18 18 17 18 18 18 16 18 17 18

Player Bios

G 36 32 32 33 31 34 32 36 32 29 33 29

2013-14 Outlook

Player, School Marshall Henderson, UM Ken. Caldwell-Pope, UGA Elston Turner, TAMU Jordan McRae, UT BJ Young, AR Trevor Releford, UA Frankie Sullivan, AU Murphy Holloway, UM Marshawn Powell, AR Laurence Bowers, MO Archie Goodwin, UK Johnny O’Bryant III, LS

SEC Games Only Scoring

105


2012-13 Game Summaries Game

1

Georgia 68, Jacksonville 62 Nov. 9, 2012 - Athens, Ga.

Game Summary

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope led all scorers with 17 points as Georgia built a big lead before struggling to hold off Jacksonville in each team’s season opener. The Bulldogs shot an even 50 percent in jumping to a 34-21 lead at halftime. Command of the game safely secured, they shifted into cruise control over the final period and allowed the Dolphins perilously back into contention as a result. Georgia needed a goodly portion of the first half to get a firm grasp on the game. Once the Bulldogs did, however, they staked a solid claim. A dunk by reserve Tim Dixon got them their first double-digit lead at 14-4 with 13:02 left. The margin remained with six or seven points until Georgia finished the final three minutes of the half on an 8-2 run. Caldwell-Pope was the key figure in this run, scoring five straight on a steal and dunk, as well as a 3-pointer with 26 seconds left that boosted the margin to 34-19. Jacksonville deployed full-court defensive pressure to scrap its way back within reach during second-half play. The Dolphins tallied nine unanswered points -- capped by a 3-point play from Javon Dawson with 15:16 left -- to cut their deficit to 40-36. Though Georgia regained its footing and built the margin back into double figures, Jacksonville wasn’t finished. Jarvis Haywood’s layup with 45 seconds left got the Dolphins their last 4-point deficit at 66-62. Nemi Djurisic answered by making one of two foul shots nine seconds later and JU was unable to get any closer. Team / Individual Notes A total of 43 turnovers and 45 personal fouls were committed in this game...Tim Dixon had a career-high seven rebounds...Vincent Williams had a career-best six assists...Djurisic had the second double-double of his career...David Richt, the son of UGA football coach Mark Richt, sang the National Anthem before the season opener. Jacksonville (0-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Powell, R. 3-8 0-1 4-4 5 3 5 10 31 Fritsch 2-10 1-6 0-0 3 1 0 5 24 McDougald 3-12 0-3 7-9 4 3 1 13 30 Fleming 3-5 0-0 1-2 4 4 2 8 28 Powell, G. 5-8 0-0 1-4 6 5 0 11 19 Dawson 3-8 0-0 1-1 8 3 3 7 22 Graham 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 1 0 0 9 Bell 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 2 0 0 5 Haywood 4-6 1-2 0-2 2 4 1 9 22 Alderman 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 11 TOTALS 23-61 2-14 14-22 39 26 12 62 200 Georgia (1-0) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 3-12 1-5 10-12 6 3 1 17 28 Williams, V. 1-6 1-4 1-4 0 2 6 4 27 Brantley 1-4 0-2 2-5 3 1 1 4 32 Florveus 3-3 0-0 2-5 3 2 0 8 23 Djurisic 5-9 2-6 2-4 12 4 0 14 21 Thornton 2-3 0-0 0-0 4 4 0 4 16 Mann 1-4 0-0 3-4 1 1 3 5 13 Dixon 2-2 0-0 0-0 7 1 0 4 15 Gaines 0-4 0-2 2-2 1 0 1 2 11 Morris 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 0 1 2 4 Cannon 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 4 10 TOTALS 20-49 4-19 24-38 40 19 13 68 200 Halftime: Georgia 34, JU 21. FG Pct: Georgia .408, JU .377. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .211, JU .143. FT Pct: Georgia .632, JU .636. Turnovers: Georgia 23 (Thornton 5), JU 21 (Powell, Powell 5). Blocks: Georgia 5 (Florveus 2), JU 1 (G. Powell). Technicals: None. Officials: Petty, Thibodeaux, Quick. Att. - 5232

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Game

2

Youngstown State 68, Georgia 56 Nov. 12, 2012 -- Athens, Ga.

Game Summary

A 14-point first half set the tone for an altogether frustrating night in Georgia’s first-round loss to Youngstown State in the Progressive Legends Classic. Aside from Kentavious Caldwell-Pope’s 27 points, the Georgia offense floundered throughout much of the night. No teammate reached double figures, the Bulldogs shot just 32 percent and they were outrebounded 42-31. The Bulldogs needed over four minutes after tipoff to scratch. By then -- a 3-pointer by KCP -- the Penguins had reeled off the game’s first eight points, and it was an uphill battle for Georgia thereafter. Almost three more minutes elapsed before Georgia’s next score, a KCP layup that cut the Youngstown State lead to 12-5. That margin reached double figures at 16-6 on a layup by Kamren Belin with 6:11 left in the half. Not until the 2:37 mark did the Bulldogs reach double figures on a pair of foul shots by Marcus Thornton. They cut the UGA deficit to 21-10, the same margin by which the first half ended. The Bulldogs mounted one serious rally in the second half and it came early. John Florveus converted a 3-point play with 16:23 left that pulled Georgia within six at 32-26. After an empty possession by Youngstown State, Caldwell-Pope connected on a 3-pointer at the 15:30 mark, bringing his team to its closest margin since the game’s opening moments. Neither team scored over the next 2 1/2 minutes. During that span, Georgia failed to close the gap on three straight empty trips, a string that ended when Damian Eargle scored for the Penguins with 13:16 left. Georgia was unable to get closer for the game’s remainder and, in fact, Youngstown grew its lead as large as 18 points before a brief rally by the Bulldogs in the waning moments. Team / Individual Notes Caldwell-Pope set a new career high in scoring nearly half his team’s points... Youngstown State (2-0) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Allen 3-8 1-6 0-0 4 3 3 7 31 Perry 6-12 1-3 10-11 6 4 5 23 39 Amiker 2-5 0-1 0-0 5 3 0 4 22 Belin 5-9 3-6 4-5 6 3 0 17 30 Eargle 4-10 0-0 2-4 10 4 0 10 31 Cole 1-7 1-3 2-2 3 1 2 5 26 Hain 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 4 0 0 15 Larson 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 4 Weber 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Podolsky 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 TOTALS 22-53 6-19 18-22 42 22 10 68 200 Georgia (1-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 10-18 5-11 2-3 6 3 1 27 33 Thornton 1-6 0-0 6-8 4 4 0 8 25 V. Williams 0-5 0-1 1-2 2 4 1 1 29 Brantley 3-8 1-4 0-0 1 0 3 7 31 Djurisic 0-9 0-0 2-2 3 2 1 2 21 Mann 0-3 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 0 11 Dixon 2-2 0-0 4-4 4 4 1 8 19 Gaines 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 3 0 0 7 0-1 0-0 0-1 2 1 0 0 9 Morris Florveus 1-1 0-0 1-1 1 0 0 3 12 Cannon 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 3 TOTALS 17-53 6-16 16-21 31 23 7 56 200 Halftime: YSU 25, Georgia 14. FG Pct: Georgia .321, YSU .415. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .375, YSU .316. FT Pct: Georgia .762, YSU .818. Turnovers: Georgia 15 (Mann 5), YSU 17 (Perry 6). Blocks: Georgia 1 (Dixon), YSU 7 (Eargle 3). Technicals: None. Officials: Pagano, Cruz, Bruno. Att. - 4,275

Game

3

Southern Miss 62, Georgia 60 (OT) Nov. 15, 2012 -- Athens, Ga.

Game Summary

Georgia lost its second straight home game in the Progressive Legends Classic, dropping an overtime decision to Southern Miss that hinged upon a pair of key possessions for the Bulldogs. Behind the scoring of Nemi Djurisic, Georgia staged a comeback that culminated when his 3-pointer with 1:26 left in regulation tied the score at 55. After Southern Miss failed to score on its next possession, the Bulldogs could only produce a hurried 3-point shot by Kentavious Caldwell-Pope as the shot clock dwindled. Then, after the teams twice traded leads in overtime, Vincent Williams committed a pair of turnovers that proved costly to the Bulldogs. The latter miscue, with 35 seconds left and the score knotted at 60, allowed USM’s Dwayne Davis to streak downcourt unimpeded for the winning layup. Much like the previous game, Georgia found itself trailing almost from the outset. After a Williams 3-pointer opened scoring, the Golden Eagles proceeded to reel off the game’s next 12 points over a 6-minute span. USM kept its lead at or near double digits until the final minute of the first half. John Cannon’s inside basket brought Georgia within 31-24. After Southern Miss failed to score, Sherrard Brantley connected on a buzzer-beater from an estimated 40 feet to narrow the gap. Throughout the second half, USM repeatedly turned back challenges from Georgia. Six times the Bulldogs got within a single possession. Each time the Golden Eagles halted any further advances until Djurisic finally brought the teams even at 55 on a jumper at the 1:26 mark. Team / Individual Notes Djurisic scored all 12 of his points in the second half...Caldwell-Pope set a career high with five assists...Donte’ Williams made his 2012-13 debut after sitting out the first two games at the head coach’s discretion... Southern Miss (2-0) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Davis 5-12 1-3 3-4 12 2 4 14 37 McGill 2-3 0-1 0-0 2 2 2 4 23 Brooks 6-13 5-10 0-0 2 0 2 17 37 Mills 1-5 0-0 2-2 7 4 4 0 27 Craig 4-7 0-1 0-0 5 3 4 8 32 Watson 2-3 1-2 0-0 2 4 0 5 25 Boardingham 2-2 0-0 0-0 1 3 0 4 13 Edwin 1-2 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 2 14 Carey 2-2 0-0 0-2 2 1 0 4 17 TOTALS 25-49 7-18 5-8 36 20 12 62 225 Georgia (1-2) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 5-21 3-14 4-5 6 2 5 17 37 Thornton 1-3 0-2 0-1 7 3 2 2 31 V. Williams 3-6 2-5 1-2 2 1 3 9 30 Florveus 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 10 Djurisic 4-8 2-4 2-3 0 1 1 12 34 Mann 0-2 0-0 4-6 3 0 4 4 15 Dixon 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 13 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 6 Gaines D. Williams 2-2 0-0 0-4 4 2 0 4 25 Brantley 2-5 2-5 0-0 0 0 0 6 12 Morris 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 1 2 6 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 4 6 Cannon TOTALS 20-52 9-30 11-21 27 13 17 60 225 Halftime: USM 31, Georgia 27. FG Pct: Georgia .385, USM .510. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .300, USM .389. FT Pct: Georgia .524, USM .625. Turnovers: Georgia 15 (V. Williams 4), USM 22 (Davis 4). Blocks: Georgia 3 (Gaines 2), USM 3 (Craig 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Ruppenthal, Aprahamian, Butler. Att. - 4,521


2012-13 Game Summaries Game

4

#1 Indiana 66, Georgia 53 Nov. 19, 2012 - Brooklyn, N.Y.

Game Summary

Game Summary

Game Summary

Georgia stopped a 4-game losing streak by defeating East Tennessee State, which dared the Bulldogs to score by deploying a zone defense throughout, but which also had serious trouble scoring itself. Behind Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Vincent Williams, Georgia responded to the challenge with a season-best 63 percent shooting night. The Bulldogs took control early in this game, relented briefly in each half, and cruised to their first convincing win of the season. After allowing ETSU its only lead of the game at 11-10, Georgia responded by scoring the next 15 points in an 8-minute span. Reserves Tim Dixon and John Cannon, as well as Caldwell-Pope and Williams, all scored in the run. Donte’ Williams capped the streak with a jumper at the 4:26 mark, pushing the Bulldogs ahead 2511. Georgia closed first-half scoring with six unanswered points over the final 2:22, thanks to 3-pointers by Nemi Djurisic and Caldwell-Pope. The Bulldog lead reached 19 points at 37-18 before East Tennessee State began to gain its footing offensively. The Bucs scored on consecutive trips, the latter a jumper by Kris Gadsden-Gilliard with 7:38 left, to bring them within 11 at 43-32. Eight straight points by Georgia shortly afterward, treys by Caldwell-Pope and Williams, and a dunk by Donte’ Williams, essentially decided the outcome. Team / Individual Notes Georgia’s 63.2 percent field-goal shooting was its best since the 2011 Bulldogs won at Ole Miss by shooting 63.5 percent...All but three of Georgia’s 24 field goals were assisted, an outstanding percentage by any team’s standards...Georgia did not score from the the foul line for the first time since a game vs. Vanderbilt in 2009...John Cannon had his second straight solid effort, with six points and four boards in 14 minutes.

History Media Information

East Tennessee State (1-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN McClain 3-9 0-1 2-2 3 1 4 8 37 Barrueta 0-2 0-1 0-0 1 1 0 0 19 Wilson 4-12 2-6 2-2 3 0 0 12 36 Harris 2-11 1-2 0-1 4 1 1 5 34 Walton 0-3 0-0 0-0 6 4 0 0 25 Stramaglia 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Rembert 3-7 3-5 0-0 1 0 0 9 18 Halvorsen 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Gads.-Gill. 2-6 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 4 29 TOTALS 14-50 6-16 4-5 24 7 7 38 200 Georgia (2-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 5-9 3-6 0-0 7 1 4 13 32 Thornton 1-1 0-0 0-1 5 2 3 2 27 V. Williams 2-5 2-5 0-0 2 1 3 6 25 D. Williams 6-7 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 12 26 Djurisic 3-5 1-3 0-0 2 0 5 7 26 Mann 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 3 4 15 Dixon 2-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 4 14 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 4 Gaines Brantley 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 2 0 10 Morris 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 7 Cannon 3-5 0-0 0-0 4 1 0 6 14 TOTALS 24-38 6-14 0-1 28 8 21 54 200 Halftime: Georgia 31, ETSU 13. FG Pct: Georgia .632, ETSU .280. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .429, ETSU .375. FT Pct: Georgia .000, ETSU .800. Turnovers: Georgia 17 (Mann, Cannon 3), ETSU 13 (Wilson 4). Blocks: Georgia 9 (D. Williams, Dixon 3), ETSU 1 (Harris). Technicals: None. Officials: Benedict, Simnpson, Ellard. Att. - 4,869

Records

UCLA (4-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Powell 1-4 1-2 4-6 4 0 0 7 28 Anderson 4-7 0-1 1-2 9 3 3 9 32 Drew II 2-4 0-2 1-1 2 0 2 5 38 Muhammad 6-12 1-2 8-11 4 2 0 21 28 Wear 4-9 0-0 2-4 8 2 0 10 32 Smith 1-3 0-0 2-4 4 2 0 4 16 Adams 1-6 0-4 2-2 2 2 0 4 23 Parker 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 3 TOTALS 19-45 2-11 20-30 34 13 5 60 200 Georgia (1-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 5-13 3-8 3-4 8 4 3 16 34 Thornton 0-3 0-1 0-2 10 2 1 0 21 V. Willams 1-5 1-4 0-0 1 3 3 3 22 D. Williams 3-5 0-0 2-2 5 4 0 8 22 Djurisic 4-9 0-2 0-0 2 3 2 8 24 Mann 2-5 0-0 1-2 2 0 4 5 18 Dixon 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 7 Gaines 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 8 Brantley 2-8 2-8 0-0 0 0 1 6 24 Morris 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 1 Cannon 4-8 0-0 0-0 5 2 0 8 19 TOTALS 22-59 6-23 6-10 34 20 15 56 200 Halftime: Georgia 30, UCLA 25. FG Pct: Georgia .373, UCLA .422. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .261, UCLA .182. FT Pct: Georgia .600, UCLA .667. Turnovers: Georgia 10 (Cald.-Pope 4), UCLA 10 (Smith, Wear 3). Blocks: Georgia 2 (Thornton, Cannon), UCLA 2 (Wear, Adams). Technicals: None. Officials: Perone, Anderson, Bruno. Att. - 10078

Georgia 54, East Tenn. State 38 Nov. 23, 2012 - Athens, Ga.

2012-13 in Review

Team / Individual Notes Marcus Thornton pulled down a career-high 10 rebounds...UCLA attempted 20 more free throws than Georgia, 22-6 in the second half... Georgia had its best A/TO ratio of the young season to date (1.5/1)

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Opponent Info

Freshman Shabazz Muhammad scored 14 of his game-high 21 points in the second half as 11th-ranked UCLA overcame a double-digit deficit to outlast Georgia in the Progressive Legends Classic. Georgia, for the second consecutive night, led a nationally-ranked team throughout the first half, and also for much of the second period. The Bulldogs were led in scoring by Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, who had 16 points. Seven other Georgia players scored, including three with eight points: Donte’ Williams, Nemanja Djurisic and reserve John Cannon. Georgia took quick command of this game, bolting to an early lead on buckets by Djurisic and Williams. A pair of foul shots by Williams with 7:40 left got the Bulldogs their first double-figure lead at 22-12. Their largest margin of the half came on a turnaround jumper by Cannon that boosted them in front 30-19 at the 3:31 mark. UCLA, however, wasted little time gaining an even foothold in the second period. Muhammed scored on the Bruins’ first two possessions, and a 3-pointer by Normal Powell with 16:43 left put UCLA ahead for the first time at 35-33. The Bruins built their lead to five before Georgia mounted a rally to reclaim command. A jumper by reserve guard Charles Mann put the Bulldogs back in front at 44-42 with 10:04 left. UCLA broke a 49-all tie and took the lead for good on a jumper by Travis Wear with 4:38 left. A key moment for Georgia came with the Bulldogs trailing 55-52, when Caldwell-Pope lost balance and possession, a turnover that UCLA converted into foul shots by Powell with 57 seconds left.

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Coaches & Support

Indiana (4-0) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Watford 4-10 1-3 5-6 3 1 1 14 30 Zeller 2-4 0-0 2-4 4 2 0 6 27 Hulls 5-9 4-6 0-0 4 2 4 14 31 Oladipo 6-8 0-1 3-4 8 3 0 15 25 Ferrell 1-4 0-0 2-2 0 v 2 5 4 29 Sheehey 1-6 0-4 0-2 3 1 0 2 26 Creek 0-3 0-2 0-0 3 0 0 0 7 Abell 2-2 0-0 4-4 4 2 1 8 12 Hollowell 1-3 0-0 1-2 5 4 0 3 13 TOTALS 22-49 5-16 17-24 40 17 11 66 200 Georgia (1-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Thornton 1-4 0-0 0-0 1 3 1 2 21 D. Williams 2-4 0-0 1-1 3 5 0 5 17 Djurisic 3-8 0-4 2-2 7 2 1 8 24 Cald.-Pope 4-15 4-10 2-4 6 1 1 14 32 V. Williams 5-8 3-6 1-2 0 0 2 14 30 Mann 0-0 0-0 2-3 0 1 1 2 10 Dixon 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 0 15 Gaines 0-4 0-1 0-0 0 2 0 0 9 Brantley 2-4 2-4 0-0 0 0 2 6 19 Morris 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 Florveus 0-2 0-0 2-2 1 3 0 2 17 Cannon 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 3 TOTALS 17-50 9-25 10-14 24 19 8 53 200 Halftime: Georgia 30, Indiana 29. FG Pct: Georgia .340, Indiana .449. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .360, Indiana .313. FT Pct: Georgia .714, Indiana .708. Turnovers: Georgia 12 (V. Williams 3), Indiana 13 (Zeller 4). Blocks: Georgia 3 (Three with 1), Indiana 0. Technicals: None. Officials: Dorsey, Regan, Rutecki. Att. - 10071

#11 UCLA 60, Georgia 56 Nov. 20, 2012 - Brooklyn, N.Y.

Player Bios

Team / Individual Notes Vincent Williams’ 14 points marked a career high, as were his 30 minutes...UGA is now winless in 14 games against No. 1-ranked teams; it was the second time Georgia had played Indiana as the top-rated team (1st time in 1975-76)...

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2013-14 Outlook

Georgia’s bid for a monumental upset over top-ranked Indiana was undone in a brief second-half span during which the Hoosiers exerted their one glaring advantage in this game: experience. The Bulldogs held the lead throughout the first half, and they stayed within a single possession of the lead 11 minutes into the final period. Once IU seized control, however, the older and more experienced team built upon its lead, capitalizing on Georgia’s wasted chances to stay in contention. A pair of foul shots by Kentavious Caldwell-Pope with 8:53 left got the Bulldogs within three at 45-42. Jordan Hulls countered with consecutive 3-pointers that broke the game open in a 26-second span. The Hoosiers followed a Charles Mann turnover with a jumper by Victor Oladipo, giving Indiana its first double-digit lead of the game at 53-42. The IU lead eventually reached 17 points in the final minutes before back-to-back 3-point shots by Vincent Williams made the final margin closer. Georgia started this game looking scarcely like the squad that had dropped two home games in its previous outings. The Bulldogs took the lead less than three minutes in and kept it through halftime. Three times Georgia took its largest lead of five points, the final time at 16-11 on a pair of foul shots by Nemi Djurisic with 11:42 left. In all, eight Bulldogs scored in the first half, overcoming their 35 percent field-goal shooting and lopsided rebounding deficit (14-22).

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South Florida 64, Georgia 53 Nov. 30, 2012 - Tampa, Fla.

Game Summary

Homestanding South Florida converted on several key possessions late and Georgia was unable to match the Bulls’ pace in this installment of the SEC/Big East Challenge Diminutive point guard Anthony Collins had a double-double, leading his team with 17 points and 10 assists. None of his points was more important than his 3-point play with 3:33 left in the game. The basket followed Georgia’s last meaningful score of the game, a fourth-chance putback by Donte’ Williams that knotted the two teams at 50-all. Collins’ basket gave South Florida the lead for keeps. Two possessions later, with the margin at 54-50, USF’s Victor Rudd scored perhaps the biggest field goal of the game. As the shot clock dwindled, Rudd found himself with the ball, in front of his own bench, nearly 25 feet from the basket. He launched a desperate shot, which rattled and fell, pushing the Bulls’ lead to 57-50 with just 1:59 left. The lead reached nine when Georgia failed to score on its next trip and then fouled Collins, who converted a 1-and-1 free-throw opportunity. The Bulldogs got no closer than six after Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored his team’s final bucket on a 3-pointer with 59 seconds left. The two teams fought evenly through a closely contested first half. Though Georgia needed over three minutes to score its first basket, the Bulldogs battled back to take their first lead at 1311 on a layup by Caldwell-Pope. Only a 3-pointer by Shaun Noriega at the buzzer gave USF a 27-22-point lead at halftime. Twice Georgia took brief leads midway through the second period, the final time at 42-41 on a pair of John Cannon foul shots. Team / Individual Notes Georgia is now winless in three appearances in the SEC/Big East Challenge... Georgia (2-5) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Thornton 2-3 1-1 2-3 5 4 1 7 27 D. Williams 1-4 0-0 0-0 5 2 0 2 19 Djurisic 3-13 0-3 1-2 5 1 4 7 32 Cald.-Pope 7-14 3-8 2-2 3 3 1 19 30 V. Williams 1-4 1-3 0-0 2 3 3 3 26 Mann 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 1 0 14 Dixon 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 2 8 Gaines 1-3 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 2 6 Brantley 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 1 1 3 16 Morris 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Florveus 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 Cannon 3-4 0-0 2-2 3 1 0 8 18 TOTALS 20-49 6-19 7-9 27 16 11 53 200 South Florida (5-2) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Rudd 3-5 2-4 4-6 8 1 0 12 32 Fitzpatrick 5-7 3-4 0-0 1 3 0 13 36 White 0-1 0-0 0-0 4 2 1 0 23 5-12 1-2 6-7 2 0 10 17 36 Collins Noriega 5-11 2-7 3-4 1 0 1 15 30 Brock 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 5 LeDay 0-1 0-0 2-4 3 1 0 2 14 Poland 2-4 0-1 1-2 4 2 0 5 16 Hawkins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Omogbehin 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 8 TOTALS 20-42 8-18 16-23 28 9 12 64 200 Halftime: USF 27, Georgia 22. FG Pct: Georgia .408, USF .476. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .316, USF .444. FT Pct: Georgia .778, USF .696. Turnovers: Georgia 9 (Three with 2), USF 8 (Poland 3). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Mann 2), USF 5 (Fitzpatrick, White 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Cahill, Simpson, Clougherty. Att. - 5167

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Georgia Tech 62, Georgia 54 Dec. 4, 2012 - Atlanta, Ga.

Game Summary

Georgia Tech found prosperity beyond the 3-point stripe, built a big first-half lead and held off Georgia’s late rally to post its second straight win in this rivalry. The Jackets entered this game shooting 24 percent from 3-point territory. Four players, however, combined to make six of 10 long shots in the first half, enabling the host team to take command in the early stages. Consecutive treys by Jason Morris and Chris Bolden put Tech in front 13-5 less than six minutes into the game. After the Bulldogs managed seven straight points of their own -- the latter a Kenny Gaines 3-pointer with 10:55 left -- the Jackets got another three from Bolden and began to rebuild their advantage. Twice the Tech lead reached its largest at 13 points, the final time at 35-22 on a 3-pointer by Marcus Georges-Hunt to close out first-half scoring. The margin stayed in double digits until the game’s final stretch, when Georgia produced its only serious challenge. Trailing 55-42, the Bulldogs tallied eight straight points, the final two on foul shots by Vincent Williams with 2:07 left. Tech senior Mfon Udofia countered with the game’s biggest bucket, a driving layup on which he was fouled by Donte’ Williams. The subsequent free throw boosted his team’s lead to a margin Georgia was unable to overcome. Team / Individual Notes For the first time since 1994-95, Georgia Tech has now won two straight in this series...Kentavious Caldwell-Pope’s 13 rebounds were a career best...Brandon Morris had his first significant contributions of the season with 9 pts and 4 rebs in 19 minutes...Tech scored more threes (9) than twos (7) in this game...Georgia outrebounded its opponent for just the third time this season. Georgia (2-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Thornton 3-7 0-2 1-1 3 3 0 7 16 Djurisic 1-8 0-2 2-2 6 4 2 4 33 D. Williams 3-7 0-0 0-0 7 5 0 6 22 Cald.-Pope 5-18 1-8 5-6 13 4 2 16 35 V. Williams 0-7 0-3 3-4 2 0 1 3 32 Mann 0-0 0-0 0-3 1 0 0 0 8 Dixon 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 Gaines 2-2 1-1 0-0 0 0 0 5 8 Brantley 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 5 Morris 2-2 0-0 5-6 4 3 2 9 19 Cannon 2-5 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 4 19 TOTALS 18-57 2-17 16-22 43 22 7 54 200 Georgia Tech (5-2) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Geo.-Hunt 5-10 3-6 5-8 6 3 2 18 32 Carter 1-6 0-3 3-4 5 1 0 5 23 Miller 1-2 0-0 4-6 8 0 2 6 29 Udofia 4-10 3-6 1-4 2 4 2 12 31 0-5 0-1 4-4 3 3 2 4 19 Reed Royal 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 4 Jordan 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 8 Bolden 2-4 2-2 0-0 1 2 0 6 13 Morris 2-5 1-3 0-0 1 1 0 5 17 1-3 0-0 4-6 6 3 1 6 24 Holsey TOTALS 16-48 9-21 21-32 38 17 10 62 200 Halftime: Ga. Tech 35, Georgia 22. FG Pct: Georgia .316, Ga. Tech .333. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .118, Ga. Tech .429. FT Pct: Georgia .727, Ga. Tech .656. Turnovers: Georgia 11 (Cald.-Pope 3), Ga. Tech 11 (Udofia, Morris 2). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Four with 1), Ga. Tech 6 (Miller 3). Technicals: None. Officials: Ayers, L. Jones, C. Jones. Att. - 8600

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Iona 81, Georgia 78 (OT) Dec. 15, 2012 - Athens, Ga.

Game Summary

Georgia overcame a 12-point first-half deficit and led by as many as seven points, but couldn’t overcome poor free throw shooting as Iona won 81-78 in overtime. Four Bulldogs scored in double-figures, including double-doubles from guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and forward Donte’ Williams. Georgia grabbed a 76-75 lead with 34 seconds left in overtime off a jumper from freshman guard Kenny Gaines. Iona responded with a Curtis Dennis three-pointer seconds later and shortly after hit three critical free throws to secure the win. Georgia took a 36-35 lead into halftime, and led by as many seven in the second half, but Iona went on a 10-0 run midway through the half to take a 51-48 lead. The Bulldogs took a 62-60 lead with four minutes remaining in the half off a Caldwell-Pope steal and slam, but the Gaels’ Sean Armand hit a three-pointer to tie the game at 66-66 with just 54 seconds remaining. Both teams had possessions in the final minutes of regulation, but neither team could convert its final possession into points. In overtime, Iona took advantage of Georgia’s poor free throw shooting to pick up its fourth victory of the year. Team / Individual Notes The game marked the first time this season that four different Bulldogs scored in double-figures...It was the first time this season that two UGA players had double-doubles...Brandon Morris started the first game of his career finishing with 12 points and 7 rebounds, both career highs...Georgia outrebounded its opponent for just the fourth time this season. Iona (4-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Jones 9-20 2-8 5-6 4 3 6 25 41 Sledge 4-6 2-3 0-1 2 3 5 10 34 English 6-13 4-11 1-2 1 2 0 17 37 Jackson 2-4 0-0 0-0 2 5 0 4 19 Armand 5-12 3-10 5-6 7 4 4 18 43 Ridley 2-4 0-1 0-0 1 5 2 4 22 Gomez 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1 1 0 7 Bowman 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 5 Moikobui 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 1 0 0 6 Dennis 1-3 1-3 0-0 1 2 0 3 11 Totals 29-63 12-36 11-16 26 26 18 81 225 Georgia (2-7) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Caldwell-Pope 6-11 3-5 3-5 10 0 2 18 42 V. Williams 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 2 3 0 14 D. Williams 6-10 0-0 4-6 10 5 1 16 29 Morris 5-12 0-0 2-5 7 1 3 12 34 Djurisic 0-5 0-3 4-6 3 2 2 4 21 Mann 5-8 1-1 7-13 7 0 0 18 31 Dixon 2-5 0-0 0-0 6 0 1 4 14 Gaines 3-6 0-1 0-2 0 4 0 6 21 Brantley 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 2 0 17 Cannon 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 2 Totals 27-61 4-12 20-37 48 14 14 78 225 Halftime: Georgia 36, Iona 35. FG Pct: Georgia .443, Iona .460. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .333, Iona .333. FT Pct: Georgia .541, Iona 688. Turnovers: Georgia 16 (Djurisic 5), Iona 18 (Sledge 4). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Cald-Pope, D. Williams with 2), Iona 2 (Jackson, Armand with 1). Technicals: None. Officials: Greene, Adams, Shannon. Att. - 4680


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Georgia 58, Mercer 49 Dec. 18, 2012 - Athens, Ga.

Game Summary

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Georgia 64, Southern Cal 56 Dec. 22, 2012 - Athens, Ga.

Game Summary

Game Summary

For once this season, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope struggled to score for Georgia. Nemi Djurisic responded as the Bulldogs’ offensive leader with a career-high 21 points to lead them past a pesky Florida A&M team. Georgia got scoring contributions from everyone that played. As it turned out, the Bulldogs needed pretty much every point. Djurisic led a first-half surge that proved to be the Dogs’ best output thus far this season. In all, Georgia sank seven of 11 3-point shots in the opening period, shooting 53 percent overall, in taking command late in the first half. The Bulldogs shook free of Florida A&M by scoring 15 unanswered points in a run that started on a John Cannon jumper with 7:38 left, putting Georgia ahead 29-24. Four more Bulldogs scored in the ensuing three minutes, capped by a trey from Djurisic at the 4:07 mark. Safely in command, Georgia was unable to improve its foothold on the game. To the contrary, the Bulldogs headed in the opposite direction, committed 12 second-half turnovers and invited the Rattlers back into contention. It took just over five minutes into the second half for Florida A&M to trim its deficit into single digits. A pair of foul shots by Onye Odi got the Rattlers to their closest margin at 53-47 with 12:52 left. Six straight points by Georgia, the latter four by Donte’ Williams, virtually settled matters thereafter. Georgia managed to keep the margin in double figures for the remainder, at least until a late push by A&M trimmed it as little as seven points in the final minute. Team / Individual Notes The win was Georgia’s third straight and marked the longest win streak since a 5-game streak in December of last season...Sherrard Brantley matched his career scoring high of nine points.

Records History Media Information

Florida A&M (4-8) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Adams 5-18 2-9 0-0 0 4 1 12 27 Lewis 2-9 0-5 0-0 0 0 0 4 30 Teal 3-6 0-0 4-7 7 4 1 10 28 Bradshaw 3-9 2-5 1-2 3 2 0 9 17 Davis 1-1 0-0 0-4 5 0 0 2 13 Fabiyi 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Bullard 1-2 1-1 4-6 4 4 4 7 18 Abdul-Aleem 7-14 2-6 0-0 11 3 2 16 27 Kellum 4-9 0-0 1-2 7 2 2 9 24 Badejo 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 2 5 Odi 0-3 0-0 2-4 3 3 1 2 11 TOTALS 27-73 7-26 12-25 45 24 11 73 200 Georgia (5-7) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 4-10 0-3 3-4 9 4 2 11 33 Mann 2-8 1-3 4-5 4 2 1 9 25 D. Williams 3-5 0-0 0-0 3 4 1 6 18 Morris 3-5 1-1 3-6 3 0 3 10 25 Florveus 2-3 0-0 0-1 7 5 1 4 16 Dixon 1-2 0-0 2-2 0 0 0 4 13 V. Williams 1-3 1-2 1-2 2 1 4 4 12 Gaines 0-2 0-1 2-2 0 0 2 2 9 Brantley 3-3 3-3 0-0 1 0 2 9 16 Cannon 1-3 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 2 10 Djurisic 6-14 2-3 7-8 7 1 1 21 23 TOTALS 26-58 8-16 22-30 41 18 17 82 200 Halftime: Georgia 49, FAMU 36. FG Pct: Georgia .448, FAMU .370. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .500, FAMU .269. FT Pct: Georgia .733, FAMU .480. Turnovers: Georgia 15 (Mann, Florveus 4), FAMU 11 (Abdul-Aleem 3). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Four with 1), FAMU 6 (Odi 4). Technicals: None. Officials: Nance, Evans, Smith. Att. - 6,149

2012-13 in Review

USC (4-8) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Fontan 3-8 2-5 0-0 1 4 4 8 29 Dedmon 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 4 0 0 12 Fuller 2-5 0-0 0-2 2 3 0 4 18 Wesley 2-6 0-1 0-0 3 1 2 4 26 Wise 4-8 1-2 3-4 2 3 0 12 29 Woolridge 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 4 Stewart 0-3 0-3 0-0 0 2 0 0 11 Bryan 0-2 0-1 0-2 0 1 3 0 10 Taylor 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 2 3-11 2-7 0-0 2 1 1 8 27 Terrell Blasczyk 3-4 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 6 6 Oraby 5-7 0-0 4-7 11 3 0 14 26 TOTALS 22-55 5-19 7-15 32 22 10 56 200 Georgia (4-7) FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Player Cald.-Pope 10-14 1-3 4-6 5 2 1 25 34 Mann 3-7 0-1 3-6 4 0 6 9 34 D. Williams 1-5 0-0 0-1 6 4 0 2 30 Morris 2-4 0-0 6-7 0 1 0 10 20 3-4 0-0 4-4 7 1 0 10 20 Cannon Dixon 0-1 0-0 1-2 0 0 0 1 4 V. Williams 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 1 0 6 Gaines 2-5 1-3 0-0 1 0 0 5 10 Brantley 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 16 Florveus 1-3 0-0 0-0 4 2 0 2 20 Djurisic 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 6 TOTALS 22-45 2-7 18-26 33 12 9 64 200 Halftime: USC 28, Georgia 27. FG Pct: Georgia .489, USC .400. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .286, USC .263. FT Pct: Georgia .692, USC .467. Turnovers: Georgia 11 (KCP, Djurisic 3), USC 12 (Dedmon 3). Blocks: Georgia 3 (Three with 1), USC 2 (Blasczyk, Oraby). Technicals: None. Officials: Burr, Simpson, Gattis. Att. - 6,227

Georgia 82, Florida A&M 73 Dec. 29, 2012 - Athens, Ga.

Opponent Info

Team / Individual Notes Georgia shot 62 percent in the second half... John Cannon recorded career highs in scoring and rebounding...Georgia, which won both ends of this home-and-home series, is now 3-0 vs. USC... All 10 of Morris’ points came in the second half.

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Coaches & Support

On the shoulders of Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Georgia turned in one of its best halves to date, wresting control of this game and dispatching Southern Cal in the two teams’ last game before Christmas. The Trojans, despite a game and cross-country flight in the 36 hours beforehand, played crisply from the outset. They led Georgia by as many as six points in the first half before settling for a 28-27 advantage at intermission. Caldwell-Pope wasted no time putting the Bulldogs in control during the final period. He sank a heavily-guarded jumper on their first possession, giving Georgia the lead for keeps at 29-28. After a Trojan turnover, he followed his own miss for another bucket at the 19:08 mark. Less than four minutes later, Caldwell-Pope had scored his sixth basket of the half, another long and heavily contested jumper, that put the Bulldogs in front 41-32. Despite KCP’s hot hand, Georgia was unable to sustain its prosperity. USC fought back with a deuce at 47-45 on Aaron Fuller’s tip-in with 10:50 remaining. Caldwell-Pope quickly countered with his only 3-pointer of the game. Just once thereafter did USC remain within a single possession of the Bulldogs. Its last major push came in the game’s final segment, when Omar Oraby’s 3-point play got the Trojans within 60-55 at the 3:02 mark. Oraby then fouled Brandon Morris on the next trip and the Bulldog freshman sank both foul shots. USC missed 3-point attempts on both of its last two possessions.

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Player Bios

Mercer (6-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Smith, T. 2-6 0-3 0-0 2 3 2 4 33 Thomas 0-4 0-3 0-0 3 1 2 0 29 Gollon 2-12 2-8 0-0 5 1 3 6 31 Hall 3-9 1-7 0-0 1 2 3 7 25 Coursey 3-9 0-0 2-2 5 2 0 8 27 Canevari 1-2 1-1 0-0 0 2 1 3 13 Hallice 2-3 1-2 0-0 0 2 0 5 8 White 2-3 1-1 4-4 1 3 0 9 10 Moten 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 1 Smith, C. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 1 Brown, L. 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 1 Bryan 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 0 0 0 9 Brown, M. 1-2 0-0 5-6 3 1 0 7 12 TOTALS 16-51 6-26 11-12 25 18 12 49 200 Georgia (3-7) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 5-10 2-5 5-6 9 0 1 17 31 Mann 3-7 0-1 4-6 7 0 5 10 31 D. Williams 0-3 0-0 0-0 3 3 0 0 12 Morris 0-0 0-0 2-2 3 0 0 2 21 Cannon 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 13 Thornton 1-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 1 2 14 Dixon 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 6 V. Williams 1-2 1-1 0-0 2 1 3 3 10 Gaines 3-5 2-3 0-0 0 2 0 8 11 Brantley 2-2 2-2 0-0 2 0 1 6 12 Florveus 2-3 0-0 0-0 3 3 0 4 20 Djurisic 2-5 0-0 2-2 1 2 1 6 19 TOTALS 19-44 7-12 13-16 35 13 12 58 200 Halftime: Georgia 26, Mercer 20. FG Pct: Georgia .432, Mercer .314. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .583, Mercer .231. FT Pct: Georgia .813, Mercer .917. Turnovers: Georgia 15 (Mann 3), Mercer 11 (Gollon 4). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Morris 2), Mercer 3 (Coursey 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Jordan, Luckie, Pheal. Att. - 8650

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Georgia stopped a 3-game losing streak by defeating Mercer with a balanced attack, a shuffled lineup and a new level of energy, thanks to the nearly 5,000 elementary school children in attendance. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope played one of his most efficient games of the season, needing just 10 field-goal attempts in scoring a game-high 17 points. It was the addition of rookie point guard Charles Mann, however, that propelled the Bulldog offense to a solid performance. With Mann doing much of the direction, Georgia got contributions from many. Somewhat unexpectedly was the Bulldogs’ perimeter shooting that hit for 58 percent of their 3-point attempts. Neither team was able to gain firm control in the early going. The lead never swung either way by more than a single possession until a 5-point burst by Caldwell-Pope, a 3-pointer followed by a steal and dunk, that put Georgia ahead 20-15 with 3:59 left before intermission. Two foul shots by Mann with 30 seconds left got the Bulldogs their largest lead of the half at 26-20. Mercer opened the second half with a 7-0 rally that put the Bears in front briefly. Meanwhile, it took Georgia over four minutes into the final period to score. Once the Bulldogs did, however, they regained the lead for keeps at 28-27 on a pair of foul shots by Nemi Djurisic. The Bulldog lead reached double digits just once, at 53-43, on a putback dunk by Mann with 3:24 remaining. Team / Individual Notes This game tipped off at the odd weekday hour of 11:30 a.m. as a special promotion for Athens-Clarke County School students in grades 1-5...Mercer became the first UGA opponent in 22 years to not have a double-figure scorer.

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Georgia 52, George Washington 41 Jan. 4, 2013 - Athens, Ga.

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Georgia closed out its pre-conference slate victoriously, but in spite of itself. The Bulldogs committed a season-high 25 turnovers yet managed to defeat a scrappy George Washington squad, thanks to 17-point games from two sophomores and a crusty defense. Neither team was able to get a firm grasp on this game, Georgia because of its turnovers and GW because of its sputtering offense. The largest lead by either team -- through the first 38 minutes -- was five points, a margin enjoyed by both at various junctures. Georgia was the first combatant to enjoy the 5-point advantage, coming at 11-6 on a 3-pointer by Nemi Djurisic with 12:15 left in the first half. It took five more minutes, but the Colonials fought back to all square at 15 on a layup by Kevin Larsen. GW took a 21-18 lead at intermission. Indicative of this game, however, was that Larsen’s bucket at the 2:42 mark was the last field goal scored in the half. The two teams then combined for seven empty trips before halftime. This tug-of-war continued until the final minutes of the game. John Florveus, who played perhaps the most meaningful minutes of his career, scored to give Georgia the lead for keeps at 39-37 with 6:24 left. Still, victory was not secured until the final minute, when the Colonials failed to convert two straight possessions and then fouled Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Djurisic, who sank all four foul shots. The latter’s pair boosted the Bulldog lead to 50-41 with 34 seconds left. Team / Individual Notes Florveus had career-best numbers in rebounds (10) and minutes (30)...GW failed to make a 3-point shot, becoming the first UGA opponent to do so in 261 games, going back to Mark Fox’s Nevada squad in November of 2004...Georgia shot 65 percent in the second half, making 11 of its 17 shots. George Washington (6-7) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Garino 2-12 0-3 5-5 2 4 2 9 30 Kromah 0-5 0-1 2-2 5 1 1 2 21 Larsen 6-6 0-0 2-3 4 4 0 14 30 McDonald 1-6 0-1 0-0 7 1 1 2 29 Armwood 3-10 0-2 0-1 7 3 1 6 32 Smith 1-5 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 2 11 Bynes 1-6 0-2 2-2 0 0 2 4 20 Savage 0-2 0-1 2-2 0 1 0 2 4 Mikic 0-3 0-1 0-0 0 2 0 0 16 Kopriva 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 0 7 TOTALS 14-57 0-12 13-15 31 18 7 41 200 Georgia (6-7) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 5-10 1-4 6-7 6 4 3 17 34 V. Williams 2-3 1-1 0-2 1 0 1 5 21 D. Williams 1-4 0-0 0-1 4 1 0 2 13 Morris 1-3 0-1 0-0 2 4 1 2 13 Florveus 1-1 0-0 1-2 10 1 1 3 30 Mann 1-3 0-0 1-2 2 2 3 3 19 Dixon 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 9 Gaines 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 0 0 0 7 Brantley 1-3 1-3 0-0 3 0 0 3 26 Cannon 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 Djurisic 7-9 1-2 2-3 5 1 1 17 25 TOTALS 19-39 4-12 10-17 39 13 10 52 200 Halftime: GW 21, Georgia 18. FG Pct: Georgia .487, GW .246. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .333, GW .000. FT Pct: Georgia .588, GW .867. Turnovers: Georgia 25 (Mann 5), GW 15 (Armwood 6). Blocks: Georgia 7 (Florveus, Djurisic 2), GW 2 (Armwood 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Shows, Woodson, Breeding. Att. - 4885

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#11 Florida 77, Georgia 44 Jan. 9, 2013 - Gainesville, Fla.

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Florida got double-figure scoring from four players and used its pressing defense to great effect, cruising to a one-sided victory in each team’s SEC opener. The Gators needed little time to exert their control over this game. Three baskets by Casey Prather opened the scoring, and a 3-pointer from Erik Murphy with 15:50 left got them their first double-figure lead at 11-0. Georgia, meanwhile, struggled on offense from the outset, committing four turnovers on its first five possessions. Matters were not helped when starting point guard Charles Mann drew two fouls within the game’s first 90 seconds. Even after Georgia settled its nerves and regained some footing in this game, the journey simply became too steep. A short jumper by John Cannon at the 12:15 mark got the Bulldogs within seven at 11-4. That was the last time for the game that Georgia got the margin down into single digits. Three times the first-half lead for Florida reached its largest at 15, the final time on a Mike Rosario jumper that made the score 24-9 with 5:00 left. It mattered little that Georgia’s offense enjoyed stretches of solid performance in the second half. The Bulldogs scored on three straight possessions, yet Florida was busy stretching its lead on a series of four 3-pointers. The last trey, by Rosario with 13:33 left, put the Gators ahead 47-26. The margin reached its biggest at 72-38 on a layup by Scottie Wilbekin with 3:48 left. Team / Individual Notes Florida scored 27 points off Bulldog turnovers...Donte’ Williams and Kenny Gaines did not make the trip after violating team policy... The 33-point margin of defeat was the program’s largest since a 76-42 loss to Illinois in December of 2009...Georgia is now winless in three tries against nationally-ranked competition. Georgia (6-8, 0-1) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Morris 1-5 0-1 2-2 4 1 0 4 28 Djurisic 1-4 0-1 3-4 2 2 1 5 22 Florveus 1-2 0-0 0-1 1 3 0 2 28 Cald.-Pope 4-10 0-3 3-3 3 0 0 11 31 Mann 1-3 0-0 4-6 2 2 2 6 19 Dixon 2-2 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 4 18 Echols 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 V. Williams 2-3 1-2 0-0 2 0 1 5 21 Brantley 0-1 0-1 2-2 2 1 0 2 18 Cannon 2-4 0-0 1-1 3 0 0 5 12 TOTALS 14-36 1-10 15-19 25 9 4 44 200 Florida (11-2, 1-0) FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Player Prather 5-7 0-0 0-0 7 1 0 10 21 Young 5-5 0-0 1-2 3 3 2 11 24 Boynton 2-8 1-7 2-2 1 0 4 7 31 Rosario 6-10 3-6 4-4 0 0 0 19 28 Wilbekin 3-7 2-4 0-0 2 1 6 8 32 Kurtz 2-2 1-1 0-0 1 1 0 5 3 Ogbueze 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 3 Yeguete 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 14 Frazier 2-3 2-2 0-0 3 2 2 6 20 Walker 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 Murphy 4-9 3-6 0-0 0 3 2 11 18 TOTALS 29-55 12-26 7-8 26 14 17 77 200 Halftime: Florida 28, Georgia 15. FG Pct: Georgia .389, Florida .527. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .100, Florida .462. FT Pct: Georgia .789, Florida .875. Turnovers: Georgia 19 (Djurisic 6), Florida 7 (Wilbekin, Yeguete 2). Blocks: Georgia 5 (Florveus, Dxon 2), Florida 6 (Young 4). Technicals: None. Officials: Greene, Lindsay, Corbett. Att. - 11,366

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Miss. State 72, Georgia 61 Jan. 12, 2013 - Athens, Ga.

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Jalen Steele scored 21 points, including eight straight in a decisive, second-half run and Mississippi State defeated host Georgia in each team’s second SEC game. Both teams fought evenly through the first 32 minutes. The visiting Bulldogs, however, took the lead for keeps at 52-50 on a layup by reserve Tyson Cunningham with 8:44 left. After Kentavious Caldwell-Pope made one of two free throws, State started its major push to decide the game. Roquez Johnson connected on a short jumper at the 7:11 mark. The maroon Bulldogs then stole possession from Nemi Djurisic and Steele sank the first of three consecutive jumpers, pushing his team’s lead to 56-51. The next two were from 3-point range, the last of which culminated State’s run and gave it a 62-51 lead with 5:02 left. Once Georgia was forced into a catch-up attack, the Bulldogs managed a single field goal and six foul shots before a final basket by Vincent Williams at the buzzer. Each team had opportunities to build large first-half leads. State took its turn first, opening a 13-6 lead on a Steele jumper with 15:43 left. Georgia, however, drew even five minutes later and took its first lead of the day 24-23 on a Caldwell-Pope trey at the 6:33 mark. The Bulldog lead reached its largest at 30-23 on a putback layup by Tim Dixon with 5:05 left before halftime. However, they went over four minutes before their next basket, allowing State to climb back into contention. A last-second putback by Craig Sword, in fact, put the visiting Bulldogs in front 36-35 at intermission. Team / Individual Notes Dixon made his first collegiate start in this game...Charles Mann had season highs in FTs made and attempted...Caldwell-Pope scored 14 first-half points but made only two free throws in the final period...State went 9x20 from 3-point range (45%) after going 0x10 in its previous contest. Miss. State (7-7, 2-0) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Steele 7-16 4-8 3-4 7 1 2 21 31 Borchert 3-6 1-3 0-1 5 3 2 7 29 Bloodman 0-2 0-1 6-8 3 3 5 6 29 Ware 2-5 0-0 0-2 6 4 0 4 22 Sword 6-10 2-3 2-6 4 2 0 16 30 Thomas 3-8 2-5 0-0 3 1 0 8 21 Cunningham 2-2 0-0 0-0 2 3 3 4 20 Johnson 2-5 0-0 2-2 3 5 1 6 18 TOTALS 25-54 9-20 13-23 37 22 13 72 200 Georgia (6-9, 0-2) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 5-14 4-9 2-4 3 3 1 16 35 Mann 2-7 0-0 10-13 2 5 4 14 29 Dixon 3-4 0-0 0-0 7 0 2 6 22 Morris 1-3 0-0 3-4 0 1 0 5 12 Florveus 1-4 0-0 0-0 5 0 0 2 15 V. Williams 1-4 0-2 0-0 0 1 1 2 11 Gaines 2-7 0-3 1-2 5 4 0 5 10 D. Williams 1-3 0-0 3-9 8 3 0 5 25 Brantley 0-5 0-4 0-0 2 0 2 0 25 Djurisic 3-7 0-1 0-0 5 1 0 6 16 TOTALS 19-58 4-19 19-32 44 19 10 61 200 Halftime: Miss. State 36, Georgia 35. FG Pct: Georgia .328, Miss. State .463. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .211, Miss. State .450. FT Pct: Georgia .594, Miss. State .565. Turnovers: Georgia 15 (Mann 4), Miss. State 14 (Three with 3). Blocks: Georgia 3 (KCP 2) Miss. State 4 (Four with 1). Technicals: None. Officials: Petty, Adams, Moore. Att. - 5,891


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#17 Missouri 79, Georgia 62 Jan. 16, 2013 - Columbia, Mo.

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Georgia 67, LSU 58 Jan. 19, 2013 - Athens, Ga.

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No. 8 Florida trailed Georgia at halftime but flexed its considerable muscle in the final period to post its second victory over the Bulldogs in two weeks. Georgia played one of its best halves of the season in taking a 27-24 lead at intermission. The Bulldogs shot 50 percent, making six of 11 tries from 3-point range, including a long, arcing buzzer-beater from Kentavious Caldwell-Pope that gave them the first-half lead. A trey from Nemi Djurisic had capped a redhot start for Georgia, which took its largest lead of the game at 11-2 just four minutes in. Scottie Wilbekin kept Florida afloat with 13 first-half points. His 17 points for the game equaled his career high. Florida quickly exerted itself in the opening minutes of the second half. The Gators forced Georgia into three straight turnovers, converting all three into scores. The last of the three, a putback dunk by Patric Young, put Florida ahead 32-27, its largest lead to that juncture. The visitors continued their defensive dominance as the second period transpired. Georgia managed but a single field goal and three foul shots over the first 11 minutes. By the time Caldwell-Pope scored his team’s second field goal of the half, with 8:35 left, they trailed 48-34. A 3-pointer by Kenny Boynton with 11:49 left got the Gators their first double-digit lead at 41-31. Boynton connected on three foul shots at the 2:34 mark to give Florida its largest lead of the game at 61-42. Team / Individual Notes Florida has now won 17 of the past 20 meetings with Georgia...After making just one of nine 3-point shots in the first half, Florida sank seven of 11 (64%) in the second period...

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Florida (15-2, 5-0) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Boynton 4-10 2-6 4-5 1 0 2 14 36 Rosario 3-13 1-5 0-0 5 2 2 7 32 Young 2-4 0-0 2-5 5 2 1 6 28 Wilbekin 7-9 2-3 1-2 2 3 3 17 36 Murphy 4-8 3-5 2-2 3 4 1 13 24 Yeguete 3-6 0-0 1-2 11 2 1 7 23 Frazier 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 16 Walker 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 5 TOTALS 23-51 8-20 10-16 31 14 11 64 200 Georgia (7-11, 1-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 5-11 3-5 3-4 7 2 2 16 35 Mann 2-4 2-2 3-4 1 1 3 9 27 D. Williams 1-4 0-0 0-0 4 5 2 0 29 Morris 3-4 0-1 2-3 4 2 1 8 24 Florveus 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 2 26 Dixon 0-3 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 0 9 V. Williams 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 2 0 13 1-2 1-1 0-1 0 0 0 3 5 Gaines Brantley 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 0 14 Djurisic 3-7 1-2 0-0 2 3 1 7 18 TOTALS 16-39 7-12 8-12 28 15 10 47 200 Halftime: Georgia 27, Florida 24. FG Pct: Georgia .410, Florida .451. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .583, Florida .400. FT Pct: Georgia .667, Florida .625. Turnovers: Georgia 17 (Mann 6), Florida 7 (Young, Murphy 2). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Four with 1), Florida 0. Technicals: None. Officials: Jordan, Cahill, Adams. Att. - 6,793

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LSU (9-6, 0-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Hickey 4-15 3-10 1-3 6 3 2 12 37 O’Bryant III 5-8 0-0 6-8 14 2 2 16 34 Stringer 3-9 2-4 1-2 1 1 1 9 32 Morgan 3-5 1-2 4-6 4 5 0 11 30 Del Piero 1-4 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 2 15 Courtney 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 3 0 0 6 Collins 0-1 0-0 3-3 2 2 0 3 15 Coleman 2-6 0-1 1-2 4 5 1 5 25 Hammink 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 6 TOTALS 18-50 6-17 16-24 38 23 6 58 200 Georgia (7-10, 1-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 7-14 2-6 6-6 3 2 5 22 35 Mann 1-6 0-1 3-5 4 1 5 5 22 D. Williams 6-8 0-0 2-2 5 3 0 14 34 Morris 2-5 0-0 1-1 3 3 1 5 22 Florveus 3-3 0-0 0-1 4 3 0 6 15 Dixon 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 V. Williams 1-2 1-2 2-3 0 0 1 5 19 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 5 Gaines Brantley 1-2 0-1 1-2 1 0 1 3 19 Djurisic 1-6 1-2 4-6 8 2 3 7 26 TOTALS 22-47 4-12 19-26 29 15 16 67 200 Halftime: Georgia 33, LSU 29. FG Pct: Georgia .468, LSU .360. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .333, LSU .353. FT Pct: Georgia .731, LSU .667. Turnovers: Georgia 16 (Mann, KCP 4), LSU 21 (O’Bryant III 5). Blocks: Georgia 1 (D. Williams), LSU 2 (O’Bryant III, Del Piero). Technicals: None. Officials: Shows, Barker, Gattis. Att. - 5,779

#8 Florida 64, Georgia 47 Jan. 23, 2013 - Athens, Ga.

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Team / Individual Notes KCP’s 22 points were his third-highest output of the season...D. Williams played a season-high 34 minutes...LSU, which ranked 339th in the NCAA in free-throw accuracy, made 10 of its first 11 tries, but only six of its last 13.

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Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 22 points and got a solid supporting role from Donte’ Williams as the Bulldogs got their first SEC win in a hard-fought struggle against LSU. Indeed, this tug-of-war took its physical toll on both teams. With 90 seconds left and the margin still at a single possession, Georgia forward Nemi Djurisic exited with a bloody nose after taking an elbow from LSU’s Johnny O’Bryant III. A minute later, Caldwell-Pope and LSU guard Corban Collins collided in a loose-ball scramble. Collins had to be carried to the bench while KCP, though he finished the game, needed medical attention afterward. Momentum swung at several junctures during this contest. The Bulldogs took their largest lead at the time of eight points on a 3-point play by Williams with 16:50 left, pushing the margin to 4133. That’s when LSU ratcheted up its full-court pressure and got itself back into contention. Shavon Coleman followed the Williams score with a layup at the 16:36 mark. He then intercepted a Djurisic pass in rear court, leading to two O’Bryant free throws that pulled the Tigers within 41-37. They forced Georgia into a 5-second inbound violation, after which Coleman converted one of two foul shots. LSU completed its comeback on the second of two straight 3-pointers by Anthony Hickey, giving the Tigers a 44-43 lead with 11:52 left. Williams broke a 54-all tie and gave Georgia the lead for good on another 3-point play at the 3:24 mark. On the ensuing possession, he stole the ball from Hickey and Caldwell-Pope connected on a long jumper, pushing the Bulldog lead to 59-54. Georgia secured the victory by sinking all eight of its free-throw attempts over the final 1:28.

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Georgia (6-10, 0-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 1-5 0-0 0-1 3 4 0 2 29 Morris 1-2 1-1 0-0 1 1 0 3 20 Dixon 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 11 Cald.-Pope 5-12 3-7 2-2 2 2 3 15 34 Mann 1-4 1-1 0-1 3 2 2 3 13 V. Williams 7-10 3-4 6-6 4 2 3 23 27 Gaines 1-2 1-2 0-0 2 2 0 3 6 Brantley 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 18 Florveus 1-1 0-0 0-0 3 3 1 2 8 Cannon 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 7 Djurisic 3-7 1-2 2-2 5 1 0 9 27 TOTALS 21-46 10-17 10-12 29 17 9 62 200 Missouri (13-3, 2-1) FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Player Criswell 3-10 1-1 3-6 6 1 0 10 30 Jankovic 2-5 1-4 2-2 2 3 0 7 11 Oriakhi 5-5 0-0 3-4 8 1 2 13 31 Pressey 2-6 1-3 0-0 0 2 6 5 30 4-8 3-6 4-6 2 3 2 15 22 Brown Bell 5-8 0-1 4-4 2 2 4 14 29 Web-Chan 0-2 0-2 0-0 1 2 0 0 10 Feldmann 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Ross 5-10 3-5 2-3 4 2 0 15 26 Rosburg 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 10 TOTALS 26-54 9-22 18-25 31 16 14 79 200 Halftime: Missouri 38, Georgia 30. FG Pct: Georgia .457, Missouri .481. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .588, Missouri .409. FT Pct: Georgia .833, Missouri .720. Turnovers: Georgia 19 (Mann 6), Missouri 9 (Oriakhi, Brown 2). Blocks: Georgia 4 (D. Williams 3), Missouri 5 (Oriakhi 4). Technicals: None. Officials: Luckie, Jones, Kitts. Att. - 12,797

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Team / Individual Notes Williams also set a career high with four rebounds...He exceeded his total scoring output in the preceding eight games...Georgia shot a season-best 59 percent from 3-point range.

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No. 17 Missouri got double-figure scoring from five different players, took an early lead and held Georgia at bay to post a victory in these two teams’ first-ever SEC matchup against each other. The outcome overshadowed a career-best outing for Bulldog senior guard Vincent Williams, whose 23 points bettered his previous high by nine and buoyed the Georgia offense throughout. The Tigers took the first lead in this game and eventually built their margin to 18 points late in the second half. Until then, however, Georgia fought gamely, deploying a zone defense and using a revitalized offense that was powered by Williams. Mizzou scored seven straight points in the early going, stretching a 2-point lead into a nine-point bulge. Keion Bell’s jumper at the 13:41 mark ended the run and made the score 13-4. The margin reached double figures for the first time at 20-9 on an Earnest Ross 3-pointer with 9:21 left in the first half. It rose to 14 points on a trey by Tony Criswell with 3:27 left before a brief rally by Georgia made things interesting before halftime. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope’s three-pointer with 18 seconds left cut the deficit to 38-30 at intermission. Though the second-half margin remained mostly in double digits, there was a brief stretch when the Bulldogs challenged. After a John Florveus putback pulled the Dogs within 46-37, they failed to conver on two subsequent possessions to get closer. A three-point play by Ross restored the lead to 49-37 with 13:19 left.

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Georgia 59, Texas A&M 52 Jan. 26, 2013 - College Station, Texas

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Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored 22 points, including a key 3-pointer late, as Georgia fended off a desperate rally by Texas A&M to defeat the Aggies on their home court. Caldwell-Pope led all scorers and was the only Georgia player in double figures. Yet nine Bulldogs in all scored. The Bulldogs spent much of the first half shooting free throws to grab a 27-23 advantage at intermission. They made just nine of 22 field-goal attempts in the first period but took control by making 13 of 16 free throws, more than in seven entire games this season. The Aggies scored first in the second period before Georgia erupted with a 16-2 run. Twelve of the 16 points came from 3-point range, including two from Sherrard Brantley and one each from Caldwell-Pope and Vincent Williams. Freshman Kenny Gaines gave Georgia its largest lead of the night at 48-31 on a press-breaking layup with 10:20 left. The margin remained comfortably wide for the Bulldogs until the final seven minutes. Texas A&M cut its deficit back into single digits at 50-41 on a 3-pointer by Fabyon Harris at the 7:04 mark. Things got really interesting when A&M turned up its full-court pressure in the waning minutes. Harris intercepted a Brantley pass in rear court and sank a 3-pointer that pulled the Aggies within 52-48 with 3:59 left. After the teams traded empty trips, Georgia turned to its offensive leader to right its struggling offense. Caldwell-Pope connected from 21 feet with 2:10 left, giving the Bulldogs a 55-48 lead. Still, victory was not secured until a tip-in by Donte’ Williams, his only bucket of the game, with 26 seconds left, putting Georgia ahead 57-52. Team / Individual Notes The win marked Georgia’s first road victory since defeating Miss. State in Starkville on Feb. 11, 2012... Georgia (8-11, 2-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 8-12 4-8 2-2 9 2 0 22 33 V. Williams 1-2 1-2 1-2 3 1 3 4 20 D. Williams 1-4 0-0 0-0 3 4 1 2 22 Morris 0-2 0-0 3-4 2 1 0 3 19 Florveus 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 2 0 2 23 Mann 0-3 0-0 5-7 2 2 4 5 24 Dixon 1-1 0-0 0-0 3 0 0 2 9 Gaines 1-4 0-1 2-2 1 1 0 4 8 Brantley 3-7 2-4 0-0 1 1 0 8 17 Cannon 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 Djurisic 3-5 1-3 0-0 2 2 1 7 22 TOTALS 19-44 8-18 13-17 32 16 9 59 200 Texas A&M (12-7, 2-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Reese 1-5 0-1 0-0 1 2 0 2 18 Harris 5-12 3-7 0-0 2 3 0 13 30 Turner 5-14 3-6 6-8 3 2 3 19 35 Roberson 2-2 0-0 3-8 6 2 2 7 31 Turner 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 16 Young 2-4 0-0 2-2 3 2 0 6 16 Green 1-3 0-0 0-3 1 1 0 2 12 Caruso 1-5 0-2 1-2 6 3 1 3 25 Jahns 0-2 0-0 0-0 3 1 1 0 17 TOTALS 17-49 6-16 12-23 31 17 7 52 200 Halftime: Georgia 27, Texas A&M 23. FG Pct: Georgia .432, Texas A&M .347. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .444, Texas A&M .375. FT Pct: Georgia .765, Texas A&M .522. Turnovers: Georgia 12 (Five with 2), Texas A&M 11 (Reese 3). Blocks: Georgia 6 (D. Williams 2), Texas A&M 3 (Three with 1). Technicals: None. Officials: Shows, Evans, Washington. Att. - 7,595

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Georgia 57, Auburn 49 Jan. 30, 2013 - Athens, Ga.

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Georgia 67, South Carolina 56 Feb. 2, 2013 - Columbia, S.C.

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Key plays by Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Charles Mann in the final minutes enabled Georgia to break open this tight struggle just enough to post its third SEC win in four tries. The score was knotted at 43 as the game reached its final media break with 3:53 left. Both teams had taken turns leading by as many as six points, Auburn in the first half, Georgia in the second. Neither team, however, could build upon prosperity, at least until the Bulldogs capitalized on their final chances. Mann gave Georgia the lead for good at 45-43 on a driving, scoop layup with 3:44 left. He then rebounded an Auburn miss and, on the ensuing possession, assisted Donte’ Williams on a basket, which he converted into a 3-point play. Still, Auburn climbed back with 48-46 on a free throw by Frankie Sullivan with 2:21 left. After a Sherrard Brantley miss, Sullivan misfired on a potential tying jumper. Caldwell-Pope rebounded and fired a long pass to a streaking Brantley. Though Brantley missed a layup, Caldwell-Pope rebounded and scored to put the Bulldogs ahead 50-46. Though the Georgia lead shrank no further than four points thereafter, the outcome wasn’t safe until a final big play. Up 53-49 with 23 seconds left, Nemi Djurisic hoisted a court-length baseball pass to Mann, who caught it in full stride and scored. Auburn had taken its largest lead of the game at 12-6 on a Jordan Price 3-pointer with 13:57 left in the first half. Brantley’s 3-pointer at the 1:37 mark of the half put the Bulldogs ahead 26-20.

Georgia rode the hot hand of its ace, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, in the first half and that of rookie reserve Kenny Gaines in the second to defeat South Carolina for its third straight SEC victory. Caldwell-Pope enabled the Bulldogs to keep pace with Carolina in the opening period, largely because the Gamecocks’ Michael Carrera matched him virtually point for point. While the former reached halftime with 16 points, the latter had 14. Meanwhile, neither team led by more than four points and the lead changed hands 13 times. Georgia took a 29-25 lead on a Caldwell-Pope layup with 1:45 left. The Gamecocks, however, finished the half by scoring five straight, lastly on a 3-point play by Mindaugas Kacinas with 29 seconds left. Gaines, inserted as a second-half starter, wasted little time asserting himself. He scored baskets on Georgia’s first two possessions, the latter putting the Bulldogs ahead for good at 33-31. His 3-pointer 6 1/2 minutes later gave them their biggest lead to that point at 46-38. Perhaps the game’s most critical juncture came just minutes later, after Bruce Ellington had drawn Carolina close with six consecutive points. Georgia answered with five straight of its own, a putback from Donte’ Williams and a steal and trey from Vincent Williams that restored the Bulldog lead back to 51-44 with 9:46 left. The margin reached double figures for the first time at 59-49 on Caldwell-Pope’s only second-half points, a long 3-pointer from the left wing with 4:35 left.

Team / Individual Notes Caldwell-Pope recorded his third double-double of the season...Brantley matched his career high of four rebounds...All 11 Bulldogs who played had at least one rebound...Mann matched his season high of six assists.

Team / Individual Notes Gaines’ 11 points were a season high...The outcome marked Georgia’s first 3-game SEC win streak since 2011...Mann matched his season high of six assists for the second straight game.

Auburn (8-12, 2-5) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Payne 3-8 2-4 5-6 4 4 0 13 26 Denson 4-12 0-2 4-9 3 2 0 12 28 Johnson 0-2 0-1 0-0 4 3 0 0 13 Sullivan 4-12 1-6 4-8 2 2 4 13 35 Chubb 2-7 0-0 1-2 6 4 2 5 30 Dixon-Tatum 0-2 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 10 Price 2-7 1-6 0-0 4 2 0 5 26 Wallace 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 1 0 16 Green, Jr. 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 2 Granger 0-1 0-0 1-2 2 2 0 1 6 Johnson 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 8 TOTALS 15-53 4-20 15-27 33 25 7 49 200 Georgia (9-11, 3-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cald.-Pope 7-11 2-5 4-4 10 3 0 20 31 V. Williams 1-3 0-2 2-2 3 1 0 4 12 D. Williams 2-3 0-0 2-3 4 5 1 6 28 1-3 0-0 3-6 3 3 1 5 18 Morris Florveus 0-1 0-0 0-2 3 3 0 0 22 Mann 4-8 0-3 2-4 3 1 6 10 28 Dixon 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 5 Gaines 1-2 1-2 0-0 2 2 0 3 9 1-7 1-4 1-2 4 1 1 4 22 Brantley Cannon 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 4 Djurisic 1-3 0-1 1-3 3 1 2 3 21 TOTALS 17-49 6-16 12-23 31 17 7 52 200 Halftime: Georgia 26, Auburn 22. FG Pct: Georgia .442, Auburn .283. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .235, Auburn .200. FT Pct: Georgia .577, Auburn .556. Turnovers: Georgia 16 (KCP, Mann 3), Auburn 11 (Chubb 4). Blocks: Georgia 3 (Three with 1), Auburn 1 (Chubb). Technicals: None. Officials: Petty, Nance, Ayers. Att. - 4,767

Georgia (10-11, 4-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 2-3 0-0 0-0 5 2 0 4 16 Florveus 1-2 0-0 0-1 5 3 0 2 16 Cald.-Pope 7-11 3-6 2-3 7 1 1 19 33 V. Williams 1-2 1-2 2-2 1 2 1 5 15 Brantley 1-2 1-2 0-0 3 0 2 3 14 Mann 3-4 0-1 5-6 3 1 6 11 24 Dixon 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 10 Gaines 4-8 1-2 2-2 2 1 2 11 24 Morris 0-0 0-0 0-2 0 0 0 0 8 4-6 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 8 15 Cannon Djurisic 2-4 0-0 0-0 1 3 2 4 25 TOTALS 25-43 6-13 11-16 30 15 14 67 200 South Carolina (12-9, 2-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Chatkevisius 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 4 Carrera 5-13 1-1 5-6 7 2 1 16 34 Jackson 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 0 2 2 19 1-4 1-3 0-0 2 1 2 3 23 Smith Ellington 5-12 3-6 1-1 0 3 2 14 36 Williams 1-4 0-2 0-0 3 3 1 2 21 Richardson 5-10 2-6 0-0 1 2 0 12 26 Kacinas 1-2 0-0 3-4 0 4 0 5 15 Leonard 0-2 0-1 00 0 1 0 0 5 Slawson 0-2 0-1 2-2 6 2 1 2 17 TOTALS 19-53 7-20 11-13 27 19 9 56 200 Halftime: USC 30, Georgia 29. FG Pct: Georgia .581, USC .358. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .462, USC .350. FT Pct: Georgia .688, USC .846. Turnovers: Georgia 13 (KCP 3), USC 10 (Ellington 5). Blocks: Georgia 6 (D. Williams, Djurisic 2), USC 2 (Carrera, Slawson). Technicals: None. Officials: Lindsay, Corbett, Shey. Att. - 11,327


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Georgia 68, Tennessee 62 Feb. 6, 2013 - Knoxville, Tenn.

Game Summary

Georgia 52, Texas A&M 46 Feb. 9, 2013 - Athens, Ga.

Game Summary

Alabama 52, Georgia 45 Feb. 12, 2013 - Athens, Ga.

Game Summary

Alabama brought Georgia’s offense and its 5-game winning streak to a halt, forcing the Bulldogs into a second half of frustration before their late rally made things interesting. Twice inside the 7-minute mark Bama threatened to break the game open. A jumper by Nick Jacobs put the Tide in front 40-32 with 4:54 left. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, however, fueled a Georgia rally that eventually put the Bulldogs in the lead, if only for a brief moment. He started a 7-0 run with a layup at the 4:30 mark. After an Alabama turnover, he sank a 3-pointer with 3:42 left, bringing the Dogs within 40-37. Caldwell-Pope then followed a Brandon Morris miss with a tip-in that cut the margin further. Georgia took a 41-40 lead on a putback dunk by Donte’ Williams with 2:36 left. Sixteen seconds later, Levi Randolph sank the first of back-to-back treys for Alabama that decided the outcome. The Tide’s lead reached 46-41 on a 3-pointer by Rodney Cooper with 1:36 left. Thereafter, Georgia managed only a free throw by Williams and a final 3-pointer by Caldwell-Pope with three ticks remaining. Georgia had taken early command of the game -- leading by as much as 15-6 -- before Bama asserted itself with defense and a variety of scorers. Trevor Releford scored a 3-point play with 8:09 left in the first half to pull even at 15. After an empty trip for Georgia, the Tide took its first lead of the game on a baseline drive and dunk by Retin Obasohan. Georgia regained the lead once more in the first half, thanks to consecutive baskets by Nemi Djurisic, before Alabama nudged ahead again. The Crimson Tide maintained its advantage until the late rally by Georgia. Team / Individual Notes Georgia 30.8 percent shooting from the field was a season low...The Bulldogs went nearly 11 minutes in the second half without scoring a field goal...Charles Mann’s eight rebounds were a season high.

Records History Media Information

Alabama (16-8, 8-3) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Gueye 0-2 0-0 0-0 5 4 0 0 21 Lacey 3-9 1-5 1-2 5 0 3 8 30 Releford 2-3 1-1 4-7 3 2 2 9 32 Randolph 2-6 2-3 2-2 7 2 1 8 34 Cooper 6-14 2-6 0-0 5 3 1 14 29 Jacobs 3-5 0-0 0-1 1 1 0 6 19 Steele 1-3 0-0 1-2 0 0 2 3 10 Pollard 1-5 0-2 0-0 1 3 0 2 16 Obasohan 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 1 0 2 9 TOTALS 19-49 6-18 8-14 33 16 9 52 200 Georgia (12-12, 6-5) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 1-4 0-0 2-4 6 2 0 4 30 Morris 1-8 0-1 2-4 4 3 0 4 28 Florveus 0-2 0-0 0-0 2 2 1 0 12 Cald.-Pope 8-18 4-12 2-2 8 1 2 22 33 V. Williams 0-3 0-3 0-0 2 0 3 0 17 Mann 0-3 0-1 0-1 8 2 1 0 22 Dixon 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 10 1-3 1-3 0-0 0 3 1 3 8 Gaines Brantley 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 1 0 12 Djurisic 5-10 0-2 2-3 5 1 1 12 28 TOTALS 16-52 5-22 8-14 41 15 10 45 200 Halftime: Alabama 25, Georgia 22. FG Pct: Georgia .308, Alabama .388. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .227, Alabama .333. FT Pct: Georgia .571, Alabama .571. Turnovers: Georgia 11 (Mann 4), Alabama 9 (Cooper 3). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Florveus 2), Alabama (Gueye 4). Technicals: None Officials: Petty, Valentine, Adams. Att. - 5,385.

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Texas A&M (14-9, 4-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Roberson 2-6 0-0 0-0 12 2 2 4 33 R. Turner 0-4 0-0 4-6 4 4 0 4 13 Harris 6-11 3-6 2-3 2 4 1 17 34 Caruso 0-4 0-2 0-0 1 5 0 0 34 E. Turner 2-14 0-6 9-11 3 2 0 13 35 1-3 0-0 2-4 2 3 0 4 14 Young Reese 1-5 0-2 2-2 1 1 0 4 23 0-3 0-1 0-0 5 4 0 0 14 Jahns TOTALS 12-50 3-17 19-26 33 25 3 46 200 Georgia (12-11, 6-4) FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Player D. Williams 2-4 0-0 0-2 3 5 0 4 13 2-6 0-0 1-3 2 1 3 5 22 Morris Florveus 1-4 0-0 1-2 8 2 0 3 25 Cald.-Pope 0-3 0-2 10-10 6 4 0 10 33 V. Williams 2-4 1-2 2-2 1 1 0 7 16 Mann 0-0 0-0 5-6 6 3 2 5 24 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 1 0 5 Dixon Gaines 0-3 0-0 2-2 0 2 0 2 10 Brantley 1-3 1-2 0-0 2 0 1 3 18 Cannon 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 1 3 18 Djurisic 4-9 1-3 4-5 2 2 0 13 30 TOTALS 12-37 3-9 25-32 37 22 8 52 200 Halftime: Georgia 25, TAMU 16. FG Pct: Georgia .324, TAMU .240. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .333, TAMU .176. FT Pct: Georgia .781, TAMU .731. Turnovers: Georgia 18 (KCP 3), TAMU 9 (Caruso 3). Blocks: Georgia 4 (KCP 2), TAMU 2 (Roberson, Caruso). Technicals: Georgia - Mann, Caldwell-Pope; TAMU - Harris. Officials: Nance, Hampton, Woodson. Att. - 7,380.

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On a night when its leader struggled for a single shot -- let alone for a score -- Georgia still picked up its fifth straight SEC win by coalescing its lesser parts and by clamping down on defense. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope managed just three attempts and made none for the first time of his busy career. No matter. Eleven Bulldogs played against Texas A&M and 10 of them scored, led by reserve Nemi Djurisic with 13 points. Georgia got alley-oop dunks from Brandon Morris (passer) and Donte’ Williams (receiver) on back-to-back possessions to open the game. The Bulldogs needed less than 5 1/2 minutes to build its lead into double digits, the first time coming at 11-1 on a jumper by Djurisic. Texas A&M required nearly eight minutes to score its first field goal, that coming on an Elston Turner jumper that cut the margin to 12-5. Georgia, however, maintained a comfortable margin through the first half, keeping the Aggies cold from the field while nudging ahead on offense. Georgia’s largest lead came at 30-18 on a pair of Caldwell-Pope free throws with 15:45 left. The Aggies, however, slowly got their offense untracked and climbed back into contention. A 3-pointer by Fabyon Harris, followed by two free throws from J’Mychal Reese, pulled A&M within 35-32 at the 9:40 mark. After a time out, and with the shot clock under :05, Vincent Williams sank a key 3-pointer to restore distance between the two teams. The Bulldogs appeared to have matters safely in hand, leading 50-38 with just a minute left. But the Aggies cashed in on two Georgia turnovers -- as well as a technical foul on Caldwell-Pope -- to score eight straight points, the latter two coming with 20 seconds left. Team / Individual Notes Georgia won its fifth straight SEC game for the first time since 2001...Its 12 FGs were the fewest in a victory since the 1982 team made just 10 in a 26-20 win at Miss. State (pre-shot clock era)...For the second straight time and just for the fourth time this season, Georgia never trailed.

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Georgia (11-11, 5-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 1-4 0-0 2-2 4 2 2 4 22 Morris 0-3 0-2 2-2 1 4 1 2 26 Florveus 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 3 1 0 12 Cald.-Pope 9-12 5-7 1-2 2 2 3 24 33 V. Williams 4-8 2-5 0-0 2 0 2 10 25 Mann 0-2 0-0 5-6 3 4 1 5 16 Dixon 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 1 0 11 Gaines 5-7 2-2 0-0 0 0 0 12 15 Brantley 1-1 1-1 0-0 0 1 0 3 6 Cannon 1-2 0-0 0-0 0 3 0 2 13 Djurisic 2-7 1-3 1-2 3 2 2 6 21 TOTALS 23-46 11-20 11-14 24 22 13 68 200 Tennessee (11-10, 3-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Stokes 4-6 0-0 8-10 11 2 2 16 35 Hall 2-4 0-0 2-2 1 1 0 6 18 Richardson 4-6 0-0 0-0 0 3 3 8 36 Moore 0-4 0-0 0-0 6 2 1 0 15 McRae 4-10 0-5 9-11 3 3 2 17 37 Makanjuola 1-3 0-0 1-2 2 0 0 3 9 Reese 1-2 1-2 0-0 1 2 0 3 15 McBee 2-4 2-4 3-3 1 1 1 9 31 Lopez 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 4 TOTALS 18-39 3-11 23-28 26 14 9 62 200 Halftime: Georgia 35, Tennessee 26. FG Pct: Georgia .500, Tennessee .462. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .550, Tennessee .273. FT Pct: Georgia .786, Tennessee .821. Turnovers: Georgia 12 (KCP, Mann 3), Tennessee 14 (McRae 5). Blocks: Georgia 1 (Cannon), Tennessee 1 (Moore). Technicals: None. Officials: Cahill, Nance, Luckie. Att. - 14,876

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Team / Individual Notes Georgia secured this win by scoring on its last seven possessions over the final 3:43...It marked just the third time this season in which Georgia has never trailed...

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2013-14 Outlook

Georgia posted its fourth consecutive SEC win -- its third straight on the road -- thanks to another virtuous performance by its leader and some clutch plays at the neediest of times. Six of Kentavious Caldwell-Pope’s gamehigh 24 points came in the final 90 seconds of play, with the outcome still undecided. Yet he wasn’t alone in his heroism. Georgia also got key buckets from Vincent Williams and freshman Kenny Gaines over the last 3:30. Each time, the Bulldogs’ lead had shrunk to a single possession. After a Kenny Hall basket had trimmed the Georgia lead to 57-55, Williams drove the right side and spun an improbable layup off the glass for a score with 3:34 left. Then, following one of two foul shots by Jarnell Stokes, Gaines found himself with the ball as the shot clock dwindled. He quickly drove the left side and swished a stepback, 15-footer along the baseline for a 61-56 lead with 2:37 remaining. Matters remained unsettled, however, until Caldwell-Pope asserted himself. His short floater in the lane with 1:34 left put the Bulldogs ahead 63-58. After a Tennessee miss, he sank an NBArange trey from atop the key with 51 ticks left, sending much of the crowd toward the exits. Georgia scored on its first possession of the game and never trailed the Volunteers. A Vincent Williams 3-pointer with 10:26 left in the half gave the Bulldogs their largest lead at 18-8. They matched it once more, at 32-22, on another Williams trey at the 2:14 mark. Just once thereafter did Tennessee pull even. A 3-point play by Jordan McRae with 13:28 left knotted the score at 43, but Georgia responded by scoring the game’s next nine points.

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Ole Miss 84, Georgia 74 (OT) Feb. 16, 2013 - Oxford, Miss.

Game Summary

Marshall Henderson scored 14 of his gamehigh 25 points in the final 3:36 of regulation -- 10 of those coming on foul shots -- and Ole Miss rallied to defeat Georgia in a one-sided overtime period. The Bulldogs appeared to have a firm grasp on the game when Kentavious Caldwell-Pope sank a long 3-pointer with just under 4:00 to play, putting his team ahead 64-56. It was the third time in the preceding two minutes that he had pushed Georgia’s lead to its largest margin. Henderson, whose foul trouble had hindered his effect on the game, then came alive. He drew fouls from Georgia freshman Kenny Gaines on three straight possessions and cashed in each time. By the time his eighth free throw fell, Ole Miss had nudged ahead 66-64, and just 46 seconds had elapsed. Henderson missed a layup with 27 seconds left that would have given the Rebels a 72-70 lead. Instead, Georgia had the last crack in regulation at a winning score. The Bulldogs nearly pulled off a last-gasp alley-oop play, but Donte’ Williams’ attempt rolled off the rim at the buzzer. Caldwell-Pope gave Georgia its last lead of the game at 74-73 on a jumper with 2:44 left in the overtime. LaDarius White countered with a 3-point play and the Rebels were never headed thereafter. Georgia came up empty on its next four possessions while Ole Miss capitalized with scores each time. Team / Individual Notes Georgia’s 30 personal fouls were the most in just over seven years, going back to a 1/28/06 game at Auburn...Henderson’s 14 FTs made were the most by a Georgia opponent since Florida’s Joakim Noah made 19 in a 2007 game...Vincent Williams handed out a career-high seven asissts in this game...It was Georgia’s third overtime loss this season...Georgia’s +15 rebounding margin was its best in an SEC game, as was its 41-point 1st half. Georgia (12-13, 6-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 4-8 0-0 2-5 6 4 0 10 31 Morris 3-6 0-1 1-1 1 2 0 7 17 Florveus 2-4 0-0 0-0 3 5 2 4 23 Cald.-Pope 7-19 2-7 3-4 12 3 2 19 42 V. Williams 3-6 2-4 0-0 2 1 7 8 28 Mann 1-1 0-0 3-4 3 5 2 5 22 Dixon 0-0 0-0 0-0 6 0 3 0 16 Gaines 5-8 1-2 2-3 2 5 1 13 18 Brantley 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 1 0 7 Cannon 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 2 7 Djurisic 2-2 0-0 2-2 2 4 0 6 14 TOTALS 28-58 5-16 13-19 45 30 18 74 200 Ole Miss (19-6, 8-4) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Buckner 2-4 0-0 6-9 10 5 1 10 32 Holloway 5-10 0-1 4-7 5 4 0 14 41 Millinghaus 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 2 0 11 Williams 3-8 1-5 2-2 0 1 2 9 32 Henderson 5-13 1-7 14-14 0 3 2 25 25 White 4-10 3-4 1-1 3 2 1 12 32 Perez 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 0 4 Brutus 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 2 14 Summers 4-13 1-3 3-3 1 2 4 12 34 TOTALS 24-63 6-20 30-36 30 18 12 84 200 Halftime: Georgia 41, Ole Miss 35. End of Regulation: 70-70. FG Pct: Georgia .483, Ole Miss .381. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .313, Ole Miss .300. FT Pct: Georgia .684, Ole Miss .833. Turnovers: Georgia 18 (Mann 5), Ole Miss 6 (Buckner 2). Blocks: Georgia 5 (D. Williams, Dixon 2), Ole Miss 1 (Buckner). Technicals: Gaines. Officials: Nance, Anderson, Jones. Att. - 8,255

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Arkansas 62, Georgia 60 Feb. 21, 2013 - Fayetteville, Ark.

Game Summary

Georgia rallied to take the lead late in the second half after being down 11 points, but B.J. Young hit a layup in the lane with just five seconds left to push Arkansas past Georgia. The Razorbacks controlled nearly the entire game, building a ten point 28-18 halftime lead after an early 9-0 run. Down 41-30 with 12 minutes remaining in the game, Georgia put together an 11-0 run to tie the game, 41-41. A short time later, Sherrard Brantley, who had a career-high in the Bulldog loss, found Kentavious Caldwell-Pope on the wing for a go-ahead three to put Georgia up 56-53 with under two minutes remaining. Caldwell-Pope was held scoreless in the first half, but scored 15 in the second frame. Marshawn Powell countered with a three of his own just second later to bring the score back to a tie, 56-56. Both teams traded baskets until Arkansas had possession with 33 seconds left and the shot clock turned off. BJ Young drove to his right and sunk a contested layup with just five seconds remaining. Vincent Williams dribbled the length of the court, but couldn’t tie the game on a rushed shot in the lane. Team / Individual Notes Georgia dropped to 0-4 on the season in games decided by four points or less...Caldwell-Pope scored double-digits in his 26th consecutive game...Sherrard Brantley scored a career-high ten points...The loss was only Georgia’s fifth when outrebounding its opponent. Georgia (12-14, 6-7) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 3-5 0-0 0-1 7 1 1 6 24 Morris 0-2 0-0 4-4 1 1 0 4 13 Florveus 0-2 0-0 2-2 3 3 0 2 9 Cald.-Pope 4-8 2-5 5-6 4 4 0 15 32 V. Williams 1-6 1-3 2-2 3 1 5 5 21 Mann 1-5 0-0 3-4 3 2 1 5 19 Dixon 2-2 0-0 2-2 3 2 0 6 12 Gaines 0-2 0-1 0-2 2 1 0 0 10 Brantley 3-5 2-3 2-2 0 1 1 10 25 Cannon 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 3 Djurisic 3-9 1-2 0-2 5 0 4 7 32 TOTALS 17-46 6-14 20-27 37 16 12 60 200 Arkansas (17-9, 8-5) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Clarke 3-4 0-1 2-3 2 3 1 8 21 Powell 4-9 1-3 2-3 3 4 1 11 15 Wade 0-4 0-3 2-2 6 3 2 2 22 Scott 2-3 2-3 1-2 4 0 2 7 21 Young 4-10 0-2 0-0 1 3 2 8 27 Madden 0-1 0-1 0-0 1 1 2 0 6 Bell 6-10 5-8 0-0 3 2 0 17 15 Gulley 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 1 0 3 Haydar 1-3 1-2 1-2 3 4 3 4 24 Mickelson 0-4 0-0 0-0 1 2 0 0 17 Williams 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 Qualls 2-8 1-3 0-0 4 1 0 5 26 TOTALS 22-57 10-26 8-12 33 23 14 62 200 Halftime: Arkansas 28, Georgia 18. FG Pct: Georgia .370, Arkansas .386. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .429, Arkansas .385. FT Pct: Georgia .741, Arkansas .667. Turnovers: Georgia 15 (Mann 5), Arkansas 13 (Four w/ 2). Blocks: Georgia 5 (Djurisic, 2), Arkansas 8 (Mickelson, 3). Technicals: None. Officials: Whitehead, Hess, Shey. Att. - 13,443

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Georgia 62, South Carolina 54 (OT) Feb. 23, 2013 - Athens, Ga.

Game Summary

Georgia dominated the extra period that it was lucky to have at all, thanks to a late rally in regulation that culminated with a tying basket with 8.9 seconds left. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope did not score in the first half and didn’t reach double figures until inside the 4-minute mark of the second period. The Bulldogs’ star guard simply found himself mired in the same funk shared by his teammates. Meanwhile, South Carolina -- which had trailed throughout, sometimes by as many as 10 points -- scratched its way back into contention as the clock wound down. The Gamecocks took their first lead at 47-46 on a spinning bank shot by Lakeem Jackson with 3:30 left. Things looked even more promising for Carolina when Bruce Ellington sank a long 3-pointer on its next trip, extending the margin to 51-47 with just 1:43 left. That basket, however, proved to be the Gamecocks’ last bucket of the game. A turnover and two missed free throws in the final 90 seconds of regulation proved costly for South Carolina. They enabled Georgia to have one final possession, trailing by three. Caldwell-Pope capitalized by canning a deep 3-pointer that knotted the score at 53. Georgia outscored Carolina 9-1 in the overtime period. A 3-pointer by Nemi Djurisic with 1:56 left gave the Bulldogs their first breathing room since early in the second half. Charles Mann, who had missed a pair of key foul shots late in regulation, closed the scoring with two free throws just inside the 1-minute mark. Team / Individual Notes Georgia’s 46 FT attempts were the third-highest in school history and the most since the 2003 team tried 45 free throws against Vanderbilt... Thanks to a clock malfunction, Carolina actually had two cracks at a game-winning shot in regulation. Ellington missed his first try and, after a long consultation by the officials and another inbounds play, his second shot was blocked by Mann. South Carolina (13-14, 3-11) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Chatkevicius 1-8 0-1 1-2 10 4 0 3 34 Carrera 1-5 0-0 3-5 6 5 2 5 20 Jackson 4-8 0-0 1-2 2 5 0 9 28 Smith 0-7 0-1 3-6 5 2 2 3 38 Ellington 4-15 3-9 0-0 1 4 3 11 42 Williams 3-7 1-3 2-3 2 5 1 9 15 Richardson 3-6 2-4 0-0 2 2 0 8 26 Kacinas 2-4 0-1 1-2 5 0 0 5 12 Slawson 0-0 0-0 1-4 1 2 0 1 10 TOTALS 18-60 6-19 12-24 39 29 8 55 225 Georgia (13-14, 7-7) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 1-4 0-0 3-5 9 4 0 5 31 Morris 0-3 0-0 3-7 11 2 2 3 23 Florveus 1-1 0-0 1-2 1 3 0 3 14 Cald.-Pope 4-12 2-8 8-13 8 1 4 18 38 V. Williams 1-5 1-1 0-0 2 0 0 3 15 Mann 3-5 0-0 8-13 2 4 2 14 29 Dixon 2-4 0-0 1-2 3 0 0 5 15 Echols 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 Gaines 0-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 7 Brantley 0-7 0-5 0-0 2 2 0 0 21 Cannon 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 3 Djurisic 3-5 1-2 4-4 6 4 1 11 28 TOTALS 15-48 4-16 28-46 47 21 9 62 225 Halftime: Georgia 23, USC 16. End of Regulation: 53-53. FG Pct: Georgia .313, USC .300.. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .250, USC .316. FT Pct: Georgia .609, USC .500. Turnovers: Georgia 16 (Florveus 4), USC 16 (Chatkevicius 4). Blocks: Georgia 6 (D. Williams 3), USC 5 (Chatkevicius 3). Technicals: None. Officials: Jordan, Adams, Washington. Att. - 6,590


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Vanderbilt 63, Georgia 62 Feb. 27, 2013 - Nashville, Tenn.

Game Summary

Game Summary

Game Summary

For the first time this season, Georgia scored 70-plus points in two consecutive games, beating Kentucky on Senior Night at Stegeman Coliseum. Kentucky raced out to a quick start, but Georgia reeled the Wildcats in, taking the lead--for good--with nine minutes remaining in the first half. Georgia led by six with five minutes left in the half, but Kentucky went on an 8-3 run to cut the lead to just one. Sherrard Brantley hit a three from the top of the key, and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, who picked up his sixth career double-double, connected on a three-pointer at the buzzer to give Georgia a 31-26 lead at the break. In the second half, three different players scored during a 7-0 to increase the Georgia lead to 44-34. The run was capped off by an alley-oop slam to Donte’ Williams. The Wildcats fought back behind the efforts of Willie Cauley-Stein, who picked up a double-double (10pts/11rebs), to get within three with seven minutes left. However, the Bulldogs responded with an insurmountable 12-0 run to take a 62-47 lead with under four minutes remaining. The Bulldogs secured the victory from the free throw line, shooting 11-of-13 in the final 4:30 of the game. For the game, the Bulldogs shot 27-34 from the charity stripe. Team / Individual Notes Thursday marked the last home game for seniors Vincent Williams, John Florveus and Sherrard Brantley...The win marked the first time that Georgia defeated Kentucky by 10 or more points since 1990....It was the first time this season that Georgia has scored 70+ points in back-to-back games.

Media Information

Halftime: Georgia 31, Kentucky 26. FG Pct: Georgia .365, Kentucky .371. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .467, Kentucky .231. FT Pct: Georgia .794, Kentucky .556. Turnovers: Georgia 10 (Mann 3), Kentucky 10 (Cauley-Stein 4). Blocks: Georgia 5 (D. Williams 3), Kentucky 2 (Cauley-Stein 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Burr, Stephens, Ayers. Att. - 10062

History

Kentucky (20-11, 11-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Cauley-Stein 5-9 0-0 0-3 11 2 2 10 33 Poythress 1-3 0-1 2-3 4 5 3 4 19 Goodwin 7-15 3-6 3-6 6 5 0 20 31 Harrow 4-12 1-4 2-2 4 5 0 11 25 Mays 0-4 0-2 0-0 2 2 1 0 38 Hood 1-1 0-0 2-2 3 1 0 4 7 Polson 0-2 0-2 1-2 4 4 1 1 18 Lanter 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0+ Wiltjer 5-16 2-11 0-0 4 2 1 12 29 Totals 23-62 6-26 10-18 42 26 8 62 200 Georgia (15-15, 9-8) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 1-4 0-0 8-8 8 3 0 10 21 Florveus 1-5 0-0 0-2 1 3 2 2 13 Caldwell-Pope 6-19 2-7 10-11 10 0 1 24 33 V. Williams 2-4 1-1 3-5 2 0 3 8 18 Brantley 2-3 2-3 0-0 1 0 0 6 21 Mann 1-4 0-0 3-3 3 1 4 5 22 Dixon 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 0 15 Echols 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 0+ Gaines 0-2 0-1 3-4 2 3 1 3 15 Morris 1-2 0-0 0-1 3 4 1 2 10 Cannon 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0+ Djurisic 5-9 2-3 0-0 6 1 1 12 32 Totals 19-52 7-15 27-34 40 16 13 72 200

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Tennessee (17-11, 9-7) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Stokes 3-7 0-0 2-2 10 3 1 8 31 Richardson 3-11 0-1 2-2 1 3 1 8 29 Moore 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 1 0 12 Golden 1-10 1-5 1-3 5 4 4 4 30 McRae 10-15 8-11 7-7 6 5 3 35 38 Makanjuola 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 2 Reese 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 0 3 McBee 1-8 1-7 0-0 1 3 0 3 32 Hall 4-5 0-0 2-2 3 1 0 10 16 Chievous 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 0 6 Edwards 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 1 TOTALS 22-57 10-25 14-16 34 23 10 68 200 Georgia (14-15, 8-8) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 1-4 0-0 0-0 4 4 0 2 17 Florveus 1-1 0-0 0-0 3 3 0 2 21 Cald.-Pope 7-18 4-8 7-8 9 3 2 25 37 V. Williams 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 0 1 2 17 Brantley 2-5 2-4 0-0 1 0 1 6 26 Mann 3-9 0-1 12-14 4 3 8 18 24 Dixon 2-4 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 4 11 Gaines 3-7 2-3 1-1 1 2 1 9 8 Morris 1-1 0-0 0-1 1 0 0 2 9 Cannon 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 3 Djurisic 3-6 0-0 0-0 7 1 3 6 27 TOTALS 24-56 8-16 22-26 38 16 16 78 200 Halftime: Georgia 25, Tennessee 22. FG Pct: Georgia .429, Tennessee .386. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .500, Tennessee .400. FT Pct: Georgia .846, Tennessee .875. Turnovers: Georgia 9 (KCP 3), Tennessee 12 (McRae, Chievous 3). Blocks: Georgia 7 (D. Williams 4), Tennessee 2 (Richardson, McRae). Technicals: None. Officials: Jordan, Evans, Sigler. Att. - 9,436

Georgia 72, Kentucky 62 Mar. 7, 2013 - Athens, Ga.

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Team / Individual Notes Mann tied a career high with 18 points...the Bulldogs scored at least a free throw on 12 of their last 13 possessions of this game...Georgia’s bench outscored the starters 41-38...McRae’s 35 points were the most scored against Georgia since Joakim Noah’s 37 in March of 2006.

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Georgia removed all uncertainty from this game -- a stark reversal from its previous 10 contests -- with a strong performance late. The Bulldogs led for much of the game and for the entire second half, except for a single possession. When Tennessee surged ahead for that one brief moment, Georgia responded accordingly. Tennessee guard Jordan McRae, who led all scorers with 35 points, sank a 3-pointer with 12 minutes left that put the Vols ahead 41-40. After a Georgia time out, the Bulldogs worked Tim Dixon free for a dunk that restored their lead. Charles Mann sank free throws on consecutive trips to put Georgia in front 46-41 with 10:09 left. As the second half waned, Georgia turned momentum completely in its favor. Two Kenny Hall free throws with 4:23 left represented Tennessee’s last chance at contention. The Bulldogs then started their breakout with a 3-pointer from Kentavious Caldwell-Pope. The lead reached double figures on a trey by Kenny Gaines at the 2:56 mark, extending the score to 62-50. The Bulldogs then secured victory by making 12 of their last 13 free throws over the final 2:36. Tennessee, which had won six straight games before this day, started as if it was headed toward another. McRae got the Vols going with a 3-pointer 90 seconds in and they eventually built a 7-0 lead before Georgia found its footing. Free throws by Mann at the 10:12 mark put the Bulldogs in front 13-11. They held the lead until UT’s brief surge midway through the second half.

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Coaches & Support

Georgia (13-15, 7-8) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 2-3 0-0 0-0 3 4 0 4 27 Morris 2-6 0-1 1-2 2 1 1 5 19 Florveus 3-3 0-0 1-2 3 1 0 7 18 Cald.-Pope 5-16 4-8 6-6 14 1 1 20 33 V. Williams 2-5 1-4 0-0 1 0 1 5 15 Mann 2-5 0-0 4-5 2 0 1 8 26 Dixon 1-4 0-0 0-0 6 1 1 2 13 Brantley 2-3 2-3 0-0 1 1 3 6 26 Djurisic 1-4 0-0 3-4 2 2 0 5 23 TOTALS 20-49 7-16 15-19 36 11 8 62 200 Vanderbilt (12-15, 6-9) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Odom 1-6 1-4 2-2 2 3 0 5 23 Henderson 2-8 0-0 4-4 5 4 0 8 29 Johnson 6-15 2-6 3-4 3 2 5 17 32 Bright 4-9 3-7 0-0 6 2 0 11 36 Parker 1-5 0-4 2-2 4 2 2 4 35 Fuller 0-3 0-2 2-2 1 1 3 2 13 Jeter 4-4 2-2 4-4 4 3 0 14 21 Moats 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 2 11 TOTALS 19-51 8-25 17-18 28 17 10 63 200 Halftime: Georgia 34, Vanderbilt 22. FG Pct: Georgia .408, Vanderbilt .373. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .438, Vanderbilt .320. FT Pct: Georgia .789, Vanderbilt .944. Turnovers: Georgia 9 (KCP 3), Vanderbilt 4 (Jeter 2). Blocks: Georgia 2 (Morris, KCP), Vanderbilt 3 (Henderson 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Shows, Cahill, Groover. Att. - 10,211

Georgia 78, Tennessee 68 Mar. 2, 2013 - Athens, Ga.

Player Bios

Team / Individual Notes Vanderbilt, which entered the game as the SEC’s worst free throw-shooting team at 61 percent, made its first 16 tries and finished 17x18... Caldwell-Pope needed less than 15 minutes to notch his fifth double-double of the season...his 14 rebounds were a career high...Vandy’s Jeter scored all 14 of his points in the second half.

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Kevin Bright’s jumper bounced off the rim and backboard before falling through with eighttenths of a second left, capping a successful rally by Vanderbilt in yet another razor’s-edge road game for Georgia. The Bulldogs led this game by 17 points in the first half, by 12 at intermission and by double digits as late as the 10:59 mark of the second period. Vandy, however, roared back into contention with a 16-0 run that covered just over five minutes. A jumper by Vincent Williams got Georgia its last double-figure lead at 47-36. Bright countered for the Commodores with a 3-pointer on their next possession. After the teams twice traded empty trips, Sheldon Jeter pulled Vandy within 47-42 on a trey with 9:06 left. Jeter’s basket began a string of eight straight points by the freshman. His dunk with 7:14 left brought the teams even at 47. Matters looked bleak for Georgia when Jeter’s 3-pointer with 3:02 left put Vandy ahead 58-52. But 3-point baskets by Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, the latter with 1:05 left, tied the score at 60. Charles Mann sank two free throws with 42 seconds left, giving the Bulldogs a 62-61 lead. Caldwell-Pope then rebounded an errant 3-point shot by Bright and dribbled into frontcourt before losing possession out of bounds with 19 ticks left. The key turnover gave rise to Vandy’s final possession, which nearly fizzled before Bright drove and launched his desperate baseline jumper. Georgia had seized control of this game from the opening tip. The Bulldogs limited Vandy to just two points through the first seven minutes. Meanwhile, they got their first double-figure lead at 15-5 on a 3-pointer by Caldwell-Pope.

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Alabama 61, Georgia 58 March 9, 2013 - Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Game Summary

Trevor Releford’s long, desperate shot at the buzzer enabled Alabama to thwart a late Georgia rally and defeat the Bulldogs in each team’s regular-season finale. Georgia, which trailed by as many as 17 points, had pulled even at 58 on a 3-pointer by Kentavious Caldwell-Pope with 48 seconds left. The Bulldogs then forced an Alabama turnover and had one final possession to win the game. Charles Mann drove the lane and lost possession in heavy traffic. Bama’s Nick Jacobs recovered the ball and passed to Releford, who dribbled upcourt twice before launching his game-winner at an estimated 50 feet away. Alabama made its first five shots in the game and needed less than four minutes to build a double-digit lead. Moussa Gueye’s layup at the 16:16 mark put the Crimson Tide ahead 13-3. Georgia finally reached double figures on a 3-pointer by Nemi Djurisic with 11:56 left in the first half. The Bulldogs pulled with 17-13 on a layup by Caldwell-Pope at the 10:49 mark. After that basket, however, Georgia went the next 8:12 before scoring again. In the meantime, Alabama built its advantage to its largest at 30-13. Still down by 14 points at halftime, Georgia gradually crept back into contention. A layup by Djurisic got the Bulldogs within 38-31 with 12:46 left. Though Alabama responded with six quick points, Georgia kept its comeback in motion. Caldwell-Pope assisted John Cannon on a layup at the 8:00 mark that trimmed the margin back to seven at 46-39. A 3-point play by Caldwell-Pope with 3:47 left pulled the Bulldogs within four at 53-49. Still, Georgia did not get its deficit to a single possession until the final minute of play. Mann’s basket with 57 seconds left trimmed the margin to 58-55, setting up the final, dramatic series of plays that culminated in Releford’s game-winner. Team / Individual Notes The 14 points scored by Djurisic were an SEC season high, as were the 11 points by Brandon Morris. Georgia (15-16, 9-9) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 0-1 0-0 0-0 3 3 0 0 14 Florveus 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 1 2 17 Cald.-Pope 5-15 2-7 2-3 2 2 3 14 33 V. Williams 2-4 1-2 2-2 1 1 0 7 15 Brantley 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 1 0 8 Mann 1-6 0-1 1-4 4 2 2 3 23 Dixon 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 0 2 0 8 Gaines 2-5 0-2 1-2 3 1 0 5 14 4-5 2-2 1-2 5 2 0 11 27 Morris Cannon 1-2 0-0 0-0 2 1 0 2 11 Djurisic 4-6 2-2 4-4 6 2 2 14 30 TOTALS 20-47 7-17 11-17 34 15 11 58 200 Alabama (20-11, 12-6) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN Lacey 2-9 1-4 0-0 4 2 2 5 35 Releford 6-12 4-7 3-4 2 1 2 19 35 Gueye 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 3 0 2 10 Randolph 2-4 0-1 3-5 3 4 1 7 31 1-7 1-4 2-2 4 2 1 5 27 Cooper Jacobs 3-5 0-0 5-5 5 2 0 11 30 Pollard 2-4 0-0 1-1 1 3 0 5 13 Obasohan 3-6 1-2 0-0 4 1 0 7 19 TOTALS 20-48 7-18 14-17 28 18 6 61 200 Halftime: Alabama 32, Georgia 18. FG Pct: Georgia .426, Alabama .417. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .412, Alabama .389. FT Pct: Georgia .647, Alabama .824. Turnovers: Georgia 16 (Djurisic 4), Alabama 12 (Lacey, Jacobs 3). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Florveus 3), Alabama 4 (Jacobs 2). Technicals: None. Officials: Jordan, Cassell, Washington. Att. - 13,166

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LSU 68, Georgia 63 March 14, 2013 - Nashville, Tenn.

Game Summary

Georgia’s Kentavious Caldwell-Pope scored a career-high 32 points, but the Bulldogs’ second half comeback came up just short as they fell to LSU in the second round of the SEC Tournament in Nashville, Tenn. After trailing by as many as 23 points, Georgia roared back and had the ball trailing 66-63 with 12 seconds left, but Caldwell-Pope couldn’t connect from distance to tie the game. After the miss, LSU’s Andre Stringer made two free throws to secure the win. Caldwell-Pope, the SEC Player of the Year, scored 17 points in the second half’s first ten minutes. He cut the LSU lead to 54-44 midway through the half on a third chance three-pointer from the wing. At the five-minute mark, Georgia began to put together a 10-0 run to pull within two, 63-61. Two possessions later, Caldwell-Pope’s game tying attempt hit iron, ending Georgia’s valiant second-half effort. LSU quickly took control of the first half. The Tigers needed less than seven minutes to build their lead into double digits, coming first at 18-7 on a 3-pointer by Stringer at the 13:19 mark. The margin ballooned in the waning minutes of the half, reaching its largest of 23 points at 39-16 on a layup by Johnny O’Bryant III with 2:13 left. Georgia’s long march back into contention was aided by repeated trips to the free throw line, specifically by Caldwell-Pope and Charles Mann. They combined to try 12 foul shots apiece in the second half, making 19 of those 24 attempts. The last of these free throws, a pair by Mann with 28 seconds left, pulled the Bulldogs within 66-63. When O’Bryant missed two shots just one second later, Georgia had a final chance to tie, but Caldwell-Pope’s final shot missed. Team / Individual Notes This marked Georgia’s first time of the Mark Fox era that it had not advanced in the SEC Tournament...Mann tied a career high with 14 free throw attempts.

Georgia (15-17) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN D. Williams 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 5 0 2 12 Morris 0-1 0-1 2-2 2 0 1 2 14 Florveus 1-5 0-0 0-0 6 4 1 2 26 Cald.-Pope 9-20 6-15 8-12 13 3 1 32 38 V. Williams 1-3 0-1 0-0 3 1 0 2 9 Mann 1-3 1-1 12-14 5 1 5 15 31 Dixon 0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 6 Gaines 2-8 1-3 1-2 5 2 0 6 20 0-2 0-2 0-0 0 0 0 0 8 Brantley Cannon 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 5 Djurisic 1-9 0-2 0-0 10 4 2 1 31 TOTALS 16-56 8-25 23-30 48 20 9 20 200 LSU (19-11) Player FGs 3-PT. FTs R PF A PTS MIN O’Bryant III 3-14 0-1 6-17 12 3 2 12 38 Coleman 9-11 4-5 2-5 6 2 0 24 33 Carmouche 3-8 0-3 1-2 2 4 4 7 35 Hickey 1-5 1-4 0-0 5 5 5 3 36 5-10 4-7 2-2 3 4 3 16 39 Stringer Courtney 2-4 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 4 10 Collins 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 1 0 0 3 Morgan 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 1 0 0 4 Del Piero 0-0 0-0 2-2 1 1 0 2 2 TOTALS 23-53 9-21 13-28 34 21 14 68 200 Halftime: LSU 39, Georgia 19. FG Pct: Georgia .286, LSU .434. 3-Point FG Pct: Georgia .320, LSU .429. FT Pct: Georgia .767, LSU .464. Turnovers: Georgia 11 (Mann 3), LSU 5 (Coleman 3). Blocks: Georgia 5 (Gaines 3), LSU 2 (O’Bryant, Coleman). Technicals: None. Officials: Shows, Groover, Cassell. Att. - 10,050

Freshman Charles Mann set a career high of 14 free- throw attempts in Georgia’s SEC Tournament game vs. LSU.


Player Bios

litterial green UGA Career Scoring Leader

2013-14 Outlook

Georgia basketball records

Coaches & Support

Opponent Info 2012-13 in Review

Records

History

Media Information


Georgia Record Book Individual Records

Points 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) rebounds Career 1,116, Bob Lienhard (1968-70) Season 396, Bob Lienhard (1968-69) Game 32, Bob Lienhard vs. Sewanee (12-3-68) rebounding average 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. 118

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goals made 723, Dominique Wilkins (1980-82) 310, Dominique Wilkins (1980-81) 20, Ronnie Hogue vs. LSU (12-20-71)

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goal attempts 1,611, Litterial Green (1989-92) 582, Dominique Wilkins (1980-81) 31, Jacky Dorsey vs. Sou. Miss (12-17-74)

field Career Season Game

goal percentage .602, Lavon Mercer (1977-80) .643, Lavon Mercer (1978-79) 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).


Individual Records

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throw percentage .831, Dick McIntosh (1966-68) .891, Dick McIntosh (1967-68) 1.000, Morris Dinwiddie (16x16) vs. Ole Miss, 2-19-55

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)

Opponent Info

throw attempts 744, Litterial Green (1989-92) 303, Zippy Morocco (1952-53) 24, Zippy Morocco vs. Fla. (2-16-53)

Coaches & Support

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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)

Player Bios

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)

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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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)

Georgia Record Book

2012-13 in Review Records History Media Information

Bob Lienhard (1968-70) owns every rebounding mark in the University of Georgia record book.

G.G. Smith set the school mark for 3-point shots in a game when he sank nine against Fresno State during NIT play. 119


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Team Records

Points Season 2,644 (1987-88) Game 138 vs. Arkansas A&M (12-6-67)

victory margin Game 120 (122-2) vs. S.E. Christian (1917-18)

combined Points Game 229 vs. Arkansas A&M (12-6-67)

defeat margin Game 77 (143-66) vs. Kentucky (2-27-56)

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-Chatt. (12-19-80)

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 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 pt field goals 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 pt fG attempts Season 803 (284 made) in 1997-98 Game 35 vs. Ga. Tech (12-19-90). vs. Fresno State (3/26/98) 3 pt 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 throws made 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.

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) Trey Thompkins vs. Fla. Atlantic (12-23-09) 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) Travis Leslie vs. Vanderbilt (3-12-10)

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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) Ken. Caldwell-Pope vs. LSU (3-14-13)


Single-Season, Career Leaders

Single-Season Scoring Leaders Name, Position

Pts. Yr.

Cl. G Avg So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Jr. So. So. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Fr.

31 31 25 28 29 31 30 25 32 25 27 35 28 34 29 30 36 30 31 29 26 25 25 32 26 31 35

23.6 21.3 25.8 21.9 21.0 19.2 19.8 23.8 18.5 23.6 21.8 16.7 20.6 16.9 19.5 18.8 15.3 18.3 17.7 18.6 20.5 21.3 21.3 16.5 20.3 16.8 14.7

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.

Name, Position

Pts.

G Avg.

Willie Anderson, a Bulldog standout from 1985-88, ranks No. 16 on the UGA scoring list and is 11th in career assists.

Single-Season Blocked Shots Leaders BLK 94 91 88 88 83

G Avg. 28 3.4 30 3.0 27 3.3 27 3.3 31 2.7

Single-Season 3-Point Percentage Leaders Name, Class, Year 1. Bernard Davis, Sr., 1994 2. Pertha Robinson, Sr., 1996 3. Jody Patton, Sr., 1991 4. G.G. Smith, Jr., 1998 5. Dustin Ware, Jr., 2011

3FGM 80 48 69 81 57

3FGA 178 108 156 186 131

Pct. .449 .445 .442 .436 .435

Media Information

Name, Class, Year 1. Charles Claxton, Sr., 1995 2. Richard Corhen, Jr., 1984 3. Lavon Mercer, Fr., 1977 4. Lavon Mercer, So., 1978 5. Terrell Bell, Sr., 1996

History

In just two seasons as a starter, Pertha Robinson set the single-season assist record and climbed into sixth place on the school’s all-time list for assist leaders with 399.

Records

2,111 116 17.7 1,788 123 14.5 1,777 125 14.2 1,688 78 21.6 1,679 101 16.6 1,659 75 22.1 1,517 118 12.9 1,492 123 12.1 1,469 123 11.9 1,451 91 15.9 1,430 125 11.4 1,414 118 12.0 1,396 89 15.7 1,373 115 11.9 1,367 77 17.8 1,350 107 12.6 1,349 90 15.0 1,274 116 11.0 1,261 110 11.5 1,259 100 12.6 1,253 106 11.8 1,240 78 15.9 1,234 52 23.7 1,230 126 9.8 1,203 107 11.2 1,170 75 15.6 1,131 129 8.8 1,123 75 14.9 1,100 129 8.5 1,099 90 12.2 1,079 65 16.6 1,073 107 10.0 1,067 95 11.2 1,064 119 8.9 1,032 116 8.9 1,031 56 18.4 1,028 119 8.6 1,017 75 13.6 1,016 104 9.8 1,013 64 15.8 1,012 100 10.1 1,012 96 10.5 1,007 128 7.9

2012-13 in Review

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. Trey Thompkins, f (2009-11) 14. Levi Stukes, g (2004-07) 15. Ronnie Hogue, g (1971-73) 16. Willie Anderson, g (1985-88) 17. Ezra Williams, g (2002-03) 18. Charles Claxton, c (1992-95) 19. Eric Marbury, g (1979-82) 20. Bob Healey, f (1947-50) 21. Lavon Mercer, c (1977-80) 22. Jimmy Pitts, g (1963-65) 23. Jacky Dorsey, f (1975-76) 24. Ray Harrison (1996-99) 25. Joe Ward, f (1984-86) 26. Jerry Waller, g (1964-66) 27. G.G. Smith, g (1996-99) 28. Jerry Eplling, f (1968-70) 29. Michael Chadwick, f (1996-99) 30. Travis Leslie, f (2009-11) 31. Jumaine Jones, f (1998-99) 32. Terrance Woodbury, g/f (2006-09) 33. Bill Ensley, f (1954-59) 34. Rashad Wright, g (2000-04) 35. Gerald Crosby, g (1982-85) 36. Jarvis Hayes, f (2002-03) 37. Chris Daniels, f (2000-04) 38. Allan Johnson, f (1960-62) 39. Bob Schloss, f (1948-51) 40. Ken. Caldwell-Pope, g (2011-13) 41. Joe Jordan, g (1948-51) Fred Edmondson, f (1954-59) 43. Dustin Ware (2009-12)

Opponent Info

Career Scoring Leaders

Coaches & Support

1981 1982 1975 1979 1990 1989 1984 1969 2013 1953 1976 1988 1991 1983 1992 1999 1988 2000 2010 2002 1972 1968 1970 2002 1972 2001 1998

Player Bios

732 659 646 613 610 596 594 594 591 590 588 583 576 575 564 564 551 550 549 538 533 533 532 529 527 520 515

2013-14 Outlook

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. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 10. Zippy Morocco, g 11. Jacky Dorsey, f 12. Willie Anderson, g 13. Litterial Green, g 14. Vern Fleming, g 15. Litterial Green, g Jumaine Jones, f 17. Toney Mack, f 18. D.A. Layne, g 19. Trey Thompkins, f 20. Jarvis Hayes, f 21. Ronnie Hogue, g Bob Lienhard, c 23. Bob Lienhard, c 24. Ezra Williams, g 25. John Fraley, f 26. D.A. Layne, g 26. Jumaine Jones, f

121


Single-Season, Career Leaders Single-Game Rebounding

Reb. 32 29 26 25 24 23

Career Rebounding

Player, Opponent, Date

Name, Position 1. Bob Lienhard, c (1968-70) 2. Terry Fair, f-c (1980-83) 3. Alec Kessler, f-c (1987-90) 4. Jerry Waller, c (1964-66) 5. Charles Claxton, c (1992-95) 6. Lavon Mercer, c (1977-80) 7. Chris Daniels, f (2000-04) 8. Carlos Strong, f (1993-96) 9. Tim Bassett, c (1972-73) 10. Trey Thompkins, f (2009-11) 11. John Johnson, f-c (1959-61) 12. Sundiata Gaines, g (2004-08) 13. James Banks, f (1981-84)

Season Rebounding

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) Dustin Ware (2009-12) 7. Pertha Robinson (1993-96) 8. Rod Cole (1988-91) 9. Ray Harrison (1996-99) 10. Donald Hartry (1983-86)

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)

Name, Position Rbs. 1. Bob Lienhard, c 396 373 2. Bob Lienhard, c 3. Tim Bassett, c 368 4. Jerry Waller, c 356 347 5. Bob Lienhard, c 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 Trey Thompkins, f-c 258 17. Chris Daniels, f 256 18. Phillip Simpson, f-c 255 19. Jacky Dorsey, f 254 20. Jerry Waller, c 253 21. Dominique Wilkins, f 250 22. Shon Coleman, f 246 23. Chris Daniels, f 243

Yr. 1969 1968 1973 1964 1970 1972 1989 1990 1998 1975 1999 1980 1961 2000 1961 1965 2010 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. So. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr.

G 25 25 26 26 25 26 31 29 35 25 30 27 26 30 26 24 31 32 25 27 25 31 30 30

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 8.3 8.0 10.2 9.4 10.1 8.1 8.2 8.1

Season Assists 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 11. Sundiata Gaines 12. Willie Anderson 13. Gerald Robinson Litterial Green 15. Gino Gianfrancesco Barry Cohen 16. Rod Cole 17. Litterial Green Gerald Crosby Ray Harrison Ray Harrison 122

Ast. 169 154 153 152 150 149 148 148 145 144 143 139 133 133 125 125 124 120 120 120 120

Yr. 1995 2007 2002 1986 1987 2003 1997 1998 1996 1985 2008 1988 2011 1989 1972 1971 1990 1990 1984 1997 1998

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

G Avg. 27 6.3 32 4.8 32 4.8 30 5.1 30 5.0 27 5.5 33 4.5 35 4.2 30 4.8 31 4.6 34 4.2 35 4.0 33 4.0 31 4.3 24 5.2 25 5.0 29 4.2 28 4.3 30 4.0 33 3.6 33 3.6

Rebs. Games 1,116 75 923 123 893 123 867 75 840 116 838 106 763 119 739 118 705 52 693 89 684 77 674 123 654 125

Career Assists

Ast. 493 476 466 440 400 400 399 379 377 355

Avg. 14.9 7.5 7.3 11.6 7.2 11.2 6.4 6.3 13.6 7.8 8.9 5.5 5.2

Games 119 123 116 129 125 128 107 126 126 124

Avg. 4.1 3.9 4.0 3.4 3.2 3.1 3.7 3.0 3.0 2.9

Games 123 102 118 125 126 115 126 119 119 116

Avg. 2.1 2.1 1.8 1.6 1.5 1.6 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.3

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)

Career Blocks

Stl. 259 216 212 205 191 179 177 168 168 147

Name, Years Played Blk. Games Avg. 1. Lavon Mercer (1977-80) 302 106 2.8 2. Charles Claxton (1992-95) 247 116 2.1 3. Terrell Bell (1993-96) 168 102 1.6 4. Dominique Wilkins (1980-82) 142 78 1.8 5. Richard Corhen (1982-85) 125 120 1.1

Rashad Wright became Georgia’s career assist leader during the 2004 season.


Thousand-Point Scorers

1,000-Point Scorers

Years G Pts.

D.A. Layne

Jerry Epling Jumaine Jones

Walter Daniels

Eric Marbury

2012-13 in Review

Gerald Crosby

Opponent Info

2,111 1,788 1,777 1,688 1,679 1,659 1,517 1,492 1,469 1,451 1,430 1,414 1,396 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 1,099 1,079 1,073 1,067 1,064 1,032 1,031 1,028 1,017 1,016 1,013 1,012 1,012 1,007

Coaches & Support

116 123 125 78 101 75 118 123 123 91 125 118 89 115 77 107 90 116 110 100 106 78 52 126 107 75 129 75 129 90 65 107 95 119 116 56 119 75 104 64 100 96 128

Player Bios

1989-92 1987-90 1981-84 1980-82 1976-79 1968-70 1993-96 1980-83 2004-08 1999-2001 1981-84 1993-96 2009-11 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 2009-11 1998-99 2006-09 1954-59 2000-04 1982-85 2002-03 2000-04 1960-62 1948-51 2011-13 1948-51 1954-59 2009-12

2013-14 Outlook

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. Trey Thompkins 14. Levi Stukes 15. Ronnie Hogue 16. Willie Anderson 17. Ezra Williams 18. Charles Claxton 19. Eric Marbury 20. Bob Healey 21. Lavon Mercer 22. Jimmy Pitts 23. Jacky Dorsey 24. Ray Harrison 25. Joe Ward 26. Jerry Waller 27. G.G. Smith 28. Jerry Epling 29. Michael Chadwick 30. Travis Leslie 31. Jumaine Jones 32. Terrance Woodbury 33. Bill Ensley 34. Rashad Wright 35. Gerald Crosby 36. Jarvis Hayes 37. Chris Daniels 38. Allan Johnson 39. Bob Schloss 40. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 41. Joe Jordan Fred Edmondson 43. Dustin Ware

Records History Media Information

Dustin Ware

Chris Daniels

Carlos Strong 123


Single-Game Team Bests High Georgia Scoring

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. Site-Opponent 143 N- Kentucky 117 A- Vanderbilt 112 A- Alabama 112 N- Georgia Tech 110 A- Tennessee 108 A- Kentucky 107 A- Texas 106 A- Kentucky 106 A- Kentucky 105 A- Clemson 105 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

Low Georgia Scoring

(Since 1959-60)

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

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 Date 20 A- Miss. State 1-13-82 34 H- La. Tech 12-17-77 35 H- Miss. State 3-10-88 38 H- Ole Miss 1-3-96 38 H- Birm.-Southern 11-28-84 38 H- Georgia Tech 12-6-80 38 H- High Point 12-21-10 38 H- E. Tenn. State 11-23-12 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 2 124

Date 11-22-97 12-12-81 12-8-90 12-6-91 1-19-85 11-21-01 1-30-91

Highest Opp. Scoring Halves

Pts. Opponent 66 Tennessee 61 Notre Dame 60 Texas 60 Texas 57 Bucknell 57 Arkansas 57 Kentucky 55 Auburn 55 Kentucky 55 Gonzaga 54 Florida

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. FG-FGA Site-Opponent .762 32-42 H-UT-Chatt. .702 40-57 H-Miss. State .692 45-65 H- Vanderbilt .667 32-48 H- Tennessee .667 40-60 H- Winthrop .661 37-56 H- Ole Miss .659 29-44 A- Mississippi St. .652 30-46 A- Marshall .647 33-51 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. FG-FGA .237 14-59 .246 16-65 .250 17-68 .250 14-56 .250 13-52 .272 18-66 .276 16-58 .283 13-46 .293 17-58 .300 15-50

Site-Opponent A- Clemson A-Miss. State H- N.C. State A-Ole Miss A-Auburn H- Virginia H- Nevada A- Vanderbilt A- Hawaii H- Kentucky

Date 3-10-99 1-12-08 11-11-97 2-21-09 2-1-12 12-24-87 11-26-04 2-11-04 12-22-01 1-14-97

Lowest Opponent Team FG%

Pct. .207 .233 .240 .243 .246

FG-FGA 12-58 17-73 12-50 17-70 15-61

Site-Opponent A-High Point A- Mercer H- Texas A&M A- Georgia State A- Ole Miss

Date 12-21-10 11-13-98 2-9-13 11-26-96 1-3-96

Georgia Team Field Goals

No Att Site-Opponent Date 53 83 H-Arkansas A&M 12-6-67 50 80 H- Bethune-Cook. 12-7-93 45 65 H- Vanderbilt 2-12-86 45 85 N- Yale 12-28-84 43 79 H-Jacksonville State 11-9-07

43 43 42 42 41 41 41 41

68 79 68 65 70 80 68 75

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

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 Att Site-Opponent 44 88 H- Texas 43 69 N- Kentucky 41 69 H- Mississippi St. 41 75 H- LSU 39 76 H- North Carolina 39 69 H- Iowa 39 63 N- Georgia Tech 39 71 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 88 44 85 21 82 33 82 26 81 28 80 26 80 27 80 25

Site-Opponent H- Texas A- Bethune-Cookman N- Southern Jaguars A- Whittier College A- Lenoir-Rhyne H-Jacksonville State N- LSU A- Texas

Date 1-23-94 12-7-93 11-27-87 12-3-79 12-29-79 11-9-07 3-10-94 12-13-93

3 Point Goals by Georgia

No Att Site-Opponent Date 19 35 N- Fresno St. 3-26-98 18 32 H- Charleston Sou. 11-22-97 17 35 H- N.C. A&T 12-28-08 15 30 A- Arkansas 1-16-99 15 30 H- Kentucky 1-26-99 14 28 H- South Carolina 2-6-99 14 28 H-Savannah State 12-28-04 13 22 H-Fresno State 3-14-07 13 24 N- Auburn 3-11-04 13 23 A- Pepperdine 12-17-01 12 24 A- Texas 11-29-98 12 30 H- Tennessee 2-23-99 12 28 A- South Carolina 2-24-98 12 22 A-Georgia Tech 12-7-10 11 vs. 4 teams (recent: Tenn. 2013)


Single-Game Team Bests Opponent 3 Pt Goals

No Att Site-Opponent

Date

3 Pt Attempts by Opp.

Site-Opponent Date A- Fresno State 3-14-07 H- Pittsburgh 12-2-95 H- Iona 12-15-12 A- Samford 11-26-01 H- Tenn. State 12-1-99 H- Georgia Tech 12-8-99 H- South Carolina 2-13-10 A- Winthrop 12-21-93 A- Kentucky 1-7-94 H-South Carolina 2-13-08 H- Georgia Tech 12-13-98

3 Point Pct by Georgia

3 Point Pct by Opponent

Pct. 3FGs .765 13-17 .750 9-12 .700 7-10 .700 7-10 .636 7-11 .632 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

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 46 28 45 34 45 34 45 27 44 32 43 32 43 31

Site-Opponent H- Kentucky N- LSU A- Augusta Coll. H- Kentucky H- S. Carolina H - Vanderbilt A- Mercer H- Tennessee H-W. Carolina N- LaSalle H- Auburn

Date 1-14-97 3-10-94 12-18-82 1-3-90 2-23-13 2-15-03 12-8-90 1-27-90 11-21-03 12-30-88 2-7-87

Opponent Team FT Attempts

No. Made 53 38 46 29 45 26 44 30 43 35 43 30 42 33

Site-Opponent A- South Carolina A- Georgia Tech N- Texas A- Vanderbilt A- UCLA N-Notre Dame A- Florida

Date 1-18-97 12-19-90 3-16-90 1-14-12 1-4-92 11-25-10 2-12-91

Georgia Team FT Pct.

Pct. .967 .963 .956 .944 .941 .933 .933

FTs 29-30 26-27 22-23 17-19 16-17 14-15 14-15

Site-Opp. N- Miss. St. A-Ole Miss A- Southern H - Auburn H - Furman H- Furman H- Auburn

Date 3-5-98 1-17-11 11-27-87 1-25-03 12-23-11 12-4-98 2-19-86

Opponent Team FT Pct.

Pct. .960 .950 .947 .944 .941 .941 .933 .929

FTs Site-Opp. Date 24-25 A- Kentucky 1-7-92 19-20 A-Vanderbilt 2-11-04 18-19 A- Virginia Tech 12-6-09 17-18 A- Vanderbilt 2-27-13 16-17 H- Air Force 3-19-07 16-17 A- Vanderbilt 12-11-90 14-15 H-Alabama 1-7-12 26-28 A-Kentucky 3-4-09

Date 12-17-94 12-19-90 12-22-90 1-27-01 12-23-96

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 +25 48-23 H-Miss. State 1-22-11 +24 55-31 N- Miss. State 3-11-93 +24 44-20 H- Ole Miss 1-25-86 Opponent Rebound Margin

No Opp-UGA Site-Opponent Date +26 44-18 H-Kentucky 1-15-05 2-17-99 +25 49-24 A- Kentucky +25 62-37 N- Pittsburgh 2-17-94 +21 47-26 A- Mid. Tenn. St. 3-22-88 +20 48-28 N- BYU 12-12-92 +20 46-26 A- Kentucky 2-15-06 +19 57-38 A- Clemson 3-10-99 +19 41-22 A- Kentucky 3-8-84 +19 47-28 A- Florida 1-6-82 +19 44-25 A-Ga. Tech 12-5-04 Georgia’s Largest Victories

(Since 1959-60) No UGA-Opp. Site-Opponent +67 117-50 A- Mercer +60 122-62 H- Whittier Coll. +60 122-62 H- Baptist Coll. +59 124-65 H- Western Ky. +57 116-59 H- Chas. Sou. +57 115-58 H- Beth.-Cook. +49 103-54 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. Site-Opponent +38 49-87 A-Ga. Tech +34 42-76 N-Illinois +33 54-87 N- Virginia +33 44-77 A- Florida +31 52-83 H- Air Force +29 52-81 A- LSU +29 48-77 A- Tennessee +28 61-89 A- Missouri +27 68-95 N- Kentucky +27 83-110 A- Tennessee +26 76-102 A- Iowa +26 69-95 N- Kentucky

Date 12-5-04 12-6-08 12-24-87 1-9-13 3-19-07 1-25-06 2-4-98 1-2-10 3-9-97 2-9-00 12-3-88 12-17-79

Media Information

Site-Opponent Date H- Alabama 2-6-88 A- Vanderbilt 2-14-90 A- Mississippi St. 1-19-89 H- S. Carolina 1-22-00 H- W. Carolina 12-4-93 A-Southern Cal 12-17-11 A-Kentucky 3-4-09 H- Mississippi St. 1-17-90

Site-Opponent A- South Carolina A- UCLA A- Vandy H- Kentucky A- Florida H- Vanderbilt

Opponent Total Rebounds

No. Site-Opponent 62 H- Pittsburgh 60 A- Georgia Tech 57 N- Texas 55 H- Tennessee 54 H-Colorado

History

Pct. 3FGs .727 8-11 .727 8-11 .700 7-10 .700 7-10 .692 9-13 .692 9-13 .688 11-16 .667 8-12

Att 53 43 41 40 42 37

Date 12-3-68 12-6-91 11-9-07 12-7-93 3-2-91 11-26-91

Records

FGM 18 11 12 10 10 10 9 8 12 8 9

Opponent Team FTs Made

No. 38 35 34 33 33 32

No Site-Opponent 78 H-Sewanee 68 N- Long Island 62 H-Jacksonville State 60 H- Beth.-Cookman 59 A- Ole Miss 58 H- Mercer

2012-13 in Review

No 40 36 36 35 34 34 32 31 31 30 30

Date 12-19-90 12-28-08 11-25-10 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

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 Info

FGM Site-Opponent 10 A- Georgia Tech 17 H- N.C. A&T 9 N-Notre Dame 7 H- Florida 5 A- Clemson 18 H- Charleston Sou. 10 N- Tennessee 11 A- Kentucky 11 A- South Carolina 6 H- Alabama 12 H- North Carolina 12 H- Tennessee 12 H- Vanderbilt 15 A- Arkansas 15 H- Kentucky

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

Coaches & Support

No 35 35 34 33 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 30 30 30 30

Att 47 48 45 45 44 39 41 43 38 50 43

Player Bios

3 Pt Attempts by Georgia

No. 37 36 34 34 32 32 32 32 32 32 31

Georgia Total Rebounds

2013-14 Outlook

18 40 A- Fresno State 3-14-07 15 29 H- Florida 2-13-99 15 31 A- Vanderbilt 1-26-02 15 27 A-Kentucky 3-1-12 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 9 teams with 12 3-point FGs Made

Georgia Team FTs Made

125


Single-Game Individual Bests georgia field goal attempts

Georgia Scoring

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

No 58 45 44 44 43 42 40

Name Pete Maravich Chris Jackson Kevin Martin Travis Mays Ronnie Battle Melvin Turpin Kenny Anderson

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

No. (FGM) Name

31 17 Jacky Dorsey 30 16 Joe Ward 28 13 Dom. Wilkins 28 10 Litterial Green 27 11 Jumaine Jones 25 12 Jumaine Jones 25 12 Katu Davis 25 14 Vern Fleming 25 11 Vern Fleming 24 10 Dom. Wilkins

Opponent Scoring

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.

20 19 16 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

(Att) Name

29 23 30 20 18 25 18 22 23 22 20 20 19 16 28 19 19

Site-Opponent

Date

Ronnie Hogue H- LSU 12-20-71 Vern Fleming H- Vanderbilt 2-27-87 Joe Ward N- Miami 11-30-85 W. Anderson N- Georgia Tech 12-5-87 W. Anderson H- Florida 2-10-88 Vern Fleming A- Vanderbilt 1-30-84 Dominique Wilkins H- Lenoir-Rhyne 12-29-79 Litterial Green H- Columbus Coll. 12-11-91 Litterial Green A- Vanderbilt 12-11-90 Litterial Green A- Florida 2-12-91 12-20-86 Toney Mack N- Stetson W. Anderson N- Kansas St. 3-12-87 Vern Fleming H- Alabama 2-10-84 Vern Fleming H- Cent. Wesleyan 12-11-82 Dominique Wilkins H- Auburn 2-20-82 Dominique Wilkins H- Ole Miss 2-27-82 Shon Coleman H- Kentucky 1-26-00

20 players with 12 FGM (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 14 22 Buck Johnson 13 19 Adam Mark 6 more players with 13 FGM 17 players with 12 FGM

126

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

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

No. (FGM) Name

48 29 28 26 26 25 25 25 25 25

21 15 11 15 15 14 10 12 9 8

Pete Maravich Chris Jackson Dennis Scott B.J. Tyler Quentin Dailey Kevin Martin Adrian Branch Jeff Malone Chavelo Holmes 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 9 Dustin Ware A- Georgia Tech 7 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 10 Litterial Green A- UCLA 7 7 9 Litterial Green A- South Carolina 6 9 Billy Humphrey H-Delaware State 9 more players with six 3-point FGs made

Date

3-26-98 3-14-07 3-11-04 2-6-99 2-12-94 12-7-10 2-14-09 1-5-03 1-16-99 2-17-99 1-4-92 1-18-92 11-28-07

opponent 3 pt field Goals made

opponent field Goals made

No.

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

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

No. (FGA) Name

Site-Opponent

9 12 Chris Lofton A- Tennessee 8 11 Larry Davis H- South Carolina 11 Jordan McRae H-Tennessee 8 7 13 Chris Lofton A-Tennessee 7 9 Alex Gordon A-Vanderbilt 7 17 Eddie Miller A- Fresno State 7 14 Kevin Martin H-W. Carolina 7 10 Anthony Roberson A - Florida 7 12 Brandon Wharton N- Tennessee 7 10 Mike Bright H- Bucknell 6 6 Tony Williams N- Louisville 6 12 Chris Jackson A- LSU 6 7 Kenyan Weaks H- Florida 6 7 Kenny Price A- Colorado 6 9 Larry Davis H- South Carolina 6 11 Ronnie Henderson A- LSU 6 14 B.J. Tyler A- Texas 4 more players with six 3-point FGs made

Date

2-11-06 3-2-96 3-2-13 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


Single-Game Individual Bests georgia 3 pt fg attempts

Made Name

Att.

Made Name

17 15 15 15 14 14 14

6 9 5 6 5 4 4

Jody Patton G.G. Smith Tyrone Wilson Ken. Cald.-Pope Katu Davis Bernard Davis G.G. Smith

Site-Opponent

opponent free throw attempts

Date

N- Tennessee 3-9-91 N- Fresno State 3-26-98 N- Pittsburgh 12-17-94 N- LSU 3-14-13 A- North Carolina 12-5-95 A- Mississippi State 2-5-92 H- Florida 1-22-97

opponent 3 pt fg attempts

7 5 8 6 2 6

Eddie Miller Eric Washington Andre Alridge Chris Young LaShawn Coulter B.J.Tyler

Date

A-Fresno State 3-14-07 A- Alabama 2-10-96 N- Pittsburgh 12-17-94 H- South Alabama 12-18-02 A- Winthrop 12-21-93 H- Texas 1-23-94

Bernard Davis Ezra Williams Levi Stukes Dustin Ware Litterial Green Derrick Dukes Jody Patton D.A. Layne

Site-Opponent

Date

H- Tennessee 2-12-94 H - LSU 1-5-03 H - Fresno State 3-14-07 A - Ga. Tech 12-7-10 A- S.Carolina 1-18-92 H- Charleston So. 11-22-97 H- Ole Miss 1-30-91 H- S.Carolina 2-6-99

opponent 3 pt fg pct

Pct. Md-At Name

5-5 5-5 5-5 8-9 6-7 6-7

Van Usher Joe Lawrence Mitch Richmond Ronnie Battle Kenyan Weaks 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

24 20 19 19 17 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

27 22 22 25 17 17 16 14

Name

Site-Opponent

Travis Mays N- Texas Joakim Noah H- Florida Kenny Anderson H- Georgia Tech Pete Maravich H- LSU Larry Davis H- S.Carolina Tremaine Fowlkes N- Fresno St. Ronny Turiaf N - Gonzaga Marsh. Henderson A - Ole Miss

Date

3-16-90 3-1-06 12-19-90 3-8-69 1-18-97 3-26-98 12-15-02 2-16-13

georgia free throws attempts

Att.

24 20 19 19 18 18 18

Made Name

16 16 16 16 11 15 15

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.

Date

2-16-53 2-19-55 1-30-56 12-27-62 2-14-04 12-2-89 2-17-90

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

opp perfect ft shooting games

No-Att

Name

No

Name

No

Name

14-14 14-14 12-12 11-11 11-11 10-10 10-10 9-9 9-9 9-9

Billy McCaffrey Marsh. Henderson Don MacLean Kenny Brown Ledell Eackles Ryan Hoover Vernon Maxwell C.J. Black Roderick Barnes Jim Master

Site-Opponent

H- Vanderbilt A- Ole Miss A- UCLA A- Mercer A- New Orleans N- Notre Dame H- Florida H- Tennessee H- Ole Miss H- Kentucky

Date

1-19-94 2-16-13 1-4-92 11-26-91 12-18-87 2-6-94 2-5-87 1-20-99 2-27-88 1-30-82

georgia individual rebounds

Site-Opponent

32 Bob Lienhard H- Sewanee 29 Bob Lienhard H- LSU 26 Bob Lienhard H- Arkansas A&M 26 Bob Lienhard A- Georgia Tech 25 Bill Ensley H- Georgia Tech 25 Bob Lienhard H- Furman 25 Bob Lienhard H- Furman 24 Jerry Waller H- Alabama 24 Bob Lienhard H- Kentucky Henry Cabaniss A- Georgia Tech 23 3 other players with 23 rebounds

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

opp individual rebounds

27 21 20 19 18 18 18 18 18 17 17 17 17 17 17

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

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

Media Information

23 19 18 16 15 14 14 14

Name

History

Made Att

georgia perfect ft shooting games

Records

16 16 16 16 16 15

Date

3-16-90 3-8-69 3-1-06 12-19-90 1-3-97 3-26-98 1-18-97 3-14-13

2012-13 in Review

1.000 1.000 1.000 .889 .857 .857

12-12 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 10-10 9-9 9-9 9-9

Site-Opponent

N- Texas H- LSU H- Florida N- Georgia Tech A- Auburn N- Fresno St. A- S.Carolina N- LSU

Opponent Info

1.000 8-8 1.000 7-7 .889 8-9 .778 7-9 .778 7-9 .750 6-8 .750 6-8 .727 8-11

No-Att

Travis Mays Pete Maravich Joakim Noah Kenny Anderson Bryant Smith Tremaine Fowlkes Larry Davis Johnny O’Bryant III

Coaches & Support

georgia 3 pt fg pct

Pct. Md-At Name

27-23 25-16 22-19 22-18 21-13 17-14 17-15 17-6

Player Bios

17 15 15 15 14 14

Site-Opponent

Att.-Made Name

2013-14 Outlook

Att.

1-23-82

127


Miscellaneous Landmarks Records by Class

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.

Year

613 1978-79 610 1989-90 584 1983-84 590 1952-53 583 1987-88 564 1991-92 532 1969-70 489 1995-96 483 1954-55 481 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

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 Trey Thompkins

Pts.

659 596 594 576 575 551 533 529 527 520 493 493

Year

1981-82 1988-89 1968-69 1990-91 1982-83 1987-88 1971-72 2001-02 1971-72 2000-01 2002-03 2010-11

Player

Reb.

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

368 347 320 300 261 260 253 252 243 235

Year

1972-73 1969-70 1957-58 1989-90 1960-61 1960-61 1965-66 1957-58 2003-04 1967-68

G Avg.

26 25 26 29 26 26 25 23 30 25

14.2 13.9 12.3 10.4 10.0 10.0 10.1 11.0 8.1 9.4

junior Leaders

junior Leaders Player

Stegeman Coliseum Records

Rebounding

Scoring

G

31 31 25 28 34 36 26 32 26 31 27 30

Avg.

21.3 19.2 23.8 20.6 16.9 15.3 20.5 16.5 20.3 16.8 18.3 16.4

Player

Reb.

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

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 26 31 24 30 24 25 31 30 25

15.8 13.0 9.7 12.4 8.7 10.8 10.2 8.1 8.2 9.8

sophomore Leaders Sophomore Leaders Player

1. Dom. Wilkins 2. Ken. Cald.-Pope 3. Jacky Dorsey 4. Jumaine Jones 5. D.A. Layne 6. Jarvis Hayes 7. Bob Lienhard 8. Billy Rado 9. Litterial Green 10. Alec Kessler 11. Shan. Anderson 12. M. Chadwick

Pts.

732 591 588 564 550 538 533 495 490 442 413 409

Year

1980-81 2012-13 1975-76 1998-99 1999-00 2001-02 1967-68 1962-63 1989-90 1987-88 1993-94 1996-97

G

31 32 27 30 30 29 25 26 28 35 30 33

Avg.

23.6 18.5 21.8 18.8 18.3 18.6 21.3 19.0 17.5 12.6 13.8 12.4

freshman Leaders Player Pts. 1. Jacky Dorsey 646 2. Jumaine Jones 515 3. Litterial Green 481 4. Cedric Henderson 433 5. Ken. Caldwell-Pope 422 6. Walter Daniels 404 7. D.A. Layne 381 8. Terry Fair 368 9. Trey Thompkins 354 10. Eric Marbury 330 11. Lavon Mercer 325 12. Sundiata Gaines 324 13. Tony Flanagan 321 14. Mike Mercer 307 15. Vern Fleming 301

128

Year 1974-75 1997-98 1988-89 1984-85 2011-12 1975-76 1998-99 1979-80 2008-09 1978-79 1976-77 2004-05 1974-75 2005-06 1980-81

G 25 35 31 28 32 27 30 27 28 27 27 28 25 28 30

Avg. 25.8 14.7 15.5 15.5 13.2 15.0 12.7 13.6 12.6 12.2 12.0 12.0 12.8 11.0 10.0

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. Ken. Cald.-Pope 10. Alec Kessler 11. Charles Claxton 12. Carlos Strong

Pts.

373 356 284 256 254 239 234 231 226 197 192 183

Year

1967-68 1963-64 1998-99 2001-02 1975-76 1980-81 1980-81 1977-78 2012-13 1987-88 1992-93 1993-94

G

Avg.

25 14.9 26 13.7 30 9.5 32 8.0 27 9.4 31 7.7 31 7.5 27 8.6 32 7.1 35 5.6 29 6.6 30 6.1

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

freshman Leaders Player

Rebs.

Year

1. Jumaine Jones 299 1997-98 2. Jacky Dorsey 296 1974-75 271 1979-80 3. Terry Fair 4. Charlie Dorsey 223 1974-75 5. Lucius Foster 220 1975-76 6. Trey Thompkins 206 2008-09 7. Lavon Mercer 204 1976-77 8. Cedric Henderson 199 1984-85 9. Charles Claxton 190 1991-92 10. Ken. Caldwell-Pope 166 2011-12 11. Eric Burdette 158 1986-87 12. James Banks 155 1980-81 13. Dave Bliss 150 2004-05

G

Avg.

35 8.5 25 11.8 27 10.0 25 8.9 27 8.1 28 7.4 27 7.6 28 7.1 29 6.6 32 5.2 30 5.3 31 5.0 28 5.4

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: 12 by High Point (12-21-10) 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)


Annual Statistical Leaders Scoring Season

591 454 493 549 393 502 439 349 349 417 493 538 520 550 564 515 409 489 397 413 334 564 576 610 596 513 476 467 433 594 575 659 732 297 613 444 342 588 646 404 441 533 406 532 594 533 393 373 481 485 495 429 388 352

18.5 14.2 16.4 17.7 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

2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 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

Player

G

FG-FGA 59-129 95-200 177-360 86-152 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

Rebs. 226 166 229 258 206 204 183 154 150 243 146 256 232 261 284 299 182 195 222 236 192 192 158 300 301 197 179 177 199 188 224 250 239 271 192 231 204 254 296 159 368 337 194 347 396 373 194 253 258 356 188 226 261 255

Avg.

7.1 5.2 7.6 8.3 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

FT Percentage Pct.

.457 .475 .492 .566 .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

2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 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

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Dustin Ware Dustin Ware Dustin Ware 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

32 32 33 31 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

FT-FTA

135-169 48-53 54-67 60-73 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.

.799 .906 .806 .822 .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

Media Information

29 32 33 30 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

G

32 32 30 31 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

History

Donte’ Williams Donte’ Williams Travis Leslie Jeremy Price 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

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Trey Thompkins Trey Thompkins 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

Records

2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 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

2012-13 in Review

135 110 82 112 78 109 75 41 64 82 69 65 87 107 122 415 75 75 100 93 68 136 146 199 176 91 77 59 99 98 121 103 112 27 89 76 78 84 112 78 45 99 78 102 124 107 113 107 143 127 155 85 62 88

Season

Opponent Info

186 159 194 207 134 175 181 118 119 134 185 212 184 176 197 188 141 176 144 157 133 183 187 198 210 241 187 204 167 248 227 278 310 135 262 184 132 252 267 163 198 217 164 215 235 213 140 133 169 179 170 172 163 132

Avg.

Coaches & Support

32 32 30 31 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

Pts.

Player Bios

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope Gerald Robinson, Jr. Trey Thompkins Trey Thompkins 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

Rebounding

G FGM FTM

2013-14 Outlook

2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2009-10 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

129


Miscellaneous Landmarks opponent 100-Point Games

Georgia’s 100-Point Games 138 vs. Arkansas A&M (91) in 1967-68 124 vs. Western Kentucky (65) in 1990-91 122 vs. Southeast Christian College (2) in 1917-18 122 vs. Baptist College (62) in 1978-79 122 vs. Whittier (62) in 1979-80 117 vs. Mercer (50) in 1990-91 117 vs. Ole Miss (62) in 1990-91 117 vs. Delaware (75) in 1975-76 116 vs. Charleston Southern (59) in 1997-98 115 vs. LSU (95) in 1971-72 115 vs. Bethune-Cookman (58) in 1993-94 113 vs. Carson-Newman (67) in 1981-82 113 vs. Charleston Southern (59) in 1997-98 113 vs. Grambling State (74) in 1999-2000 112 vs. South Carolina (90) in 1963-64 112 vs. Rollins (77) in 1971-72 111 vs. Ole Miss (77) in 1967-68 109 vs. UNC-Asheville (65) in 1988-89 109 vs. Long Island (69) in 1991-92 108 vs. Vanderbilt (81) in 1989-90 108 vs. Buffalo (77) in 1976-77 108 vs. Troy State (65) in 1980-81 107 vs. Jacksonville State (65) in 2007-08 107 vs. Tennessee (86) in 1990-91 107 vs. Ole Miss (83) in 1989-90 107 vs. Sewanee (67) in 1968-69 106 vs. Kentucky (91) in 1989-90 105 vs. Valdosta State (74) in 2006-07 105 vs. South Carolina State (60) in 2006-07 105 vs. Georgia Tech (112) in 1990-91 105 vs. Yale (65) in 1984-85 105 vs. Baptist College (56) in 1987-88 105 vs. Tennessee Tech (90) in 1991-92 104 vs. Georgia College (66) in 1992-93 104 vs. Georgia State (64) in 1985-86 104 vs. Vanderbilt (80) in 1968-69 104 vs. Augusta College (60) in 1982-83 103 vs. Central Florida (54) in 1995-96 103 vs. Seattle (58) in 1986-87 103 vs. Winthrop (55) in 1993-94 102 vs. Sewanee (72) in 1971-72 102 vs. Southern Mississippi (76) in 1974-75 102 vs. Lenoir-Rhyne (74) in 1979-80 102 vs. Coastal Carolina (69) in 2000-01 101 vs. Vanderbilt (70) in 1985-86 101 vs. Marist (61) in 1994-95 101 vs. Florida (85) in 1994-95 100 vs. Davidson (12) in 1908-09 100 vs. Troy State (77) in 1979-80 100 vs. Augusta College (84) in 1988-89 100 vs. Savannah State (69) in 2004-05

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143 117 116 112 112 110 108 107 107 106 106 106 105 105 105 105 104 104 103 103 102 102 102 101 101 101 101 101 101 100 100 100 100 100 100

Kentucky vs. Georgia (66) in 1955-56 Vanderbilt vs. Georgia (97) in 1965-66 Kentucky vs. Georgia (86) in 1969-70 Ga. 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 Florida vs. Georgia (91) in 2010-11 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.................... 35 • 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 ................... 1/25/11 (Florida 104, Georgia 91, 2OT) • UGA 100-Point Games by Decade:.1900s: 1; 1910s: 1; 1960s: 5; 1970s: 10; 1980s: 11; 1990s: 21; 2000s: 3


Miscellaneous Landmarks

Georgia in the Polls

(Georgia’s All-Time Appearances in the weekly national polls)

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 2010-11 1/10/11 24th

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19th t16th 14th 17th 22nd 24th ---22nd 22nd 22nd 24th 22nd 25th 21st -23rd 17th 17th 19th 22nd 20th 15th 19th

16th 16th 18th 24th 22nd 22nd 17th 18th 22nd 24th 22nd 25th 22nd ---

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

1906-2013

Games Won Lost 4 22 16 37 7 8 248 120 2 13 167 83 42 353 203 132 524 64 65 120 175 12 128

2503

2 16 10 30 6 5 170 69 1 9 81 44 24 112 92 46 298 45 35 37* 84 3 65

1314*

2 6 6 7 1 3 78 51 1 4 86 39 18 241 111 86 216 19 30 53 91 9 63

1223

*30 wins — 11 in 2002 and 19 in 2003 — were later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Pct.

.500 .727 .625 .811 .857 .625 .686 .575 .500 .692 .485 .530 .571 .317 .453 .348 .580 .703 .538 .411 .480 .250 .508 .518

Media Information

108

Years

1906-07 1908-10, 12 1911, 1917 1913-16 1918 1919 1920-31 1932-37 1938 1938 1938-46 1947-50 1950-51 1952-65 1966-73 1974-78 1979-95 1995-97 1997-99 1999-2003 2003-09 2009 2010-13

History

2 4 2 4 1 1 12 6 1 1 8 3 2 14 8 5 17 2 2 4 5.6 0.4 4

Records

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 Mark Fox

2012-13 in Review

1995-96 12/18/95 18th 12/26/95 16th 1/2/96 14th 1/8/96 19th 1/15/96 22nd 1/22/96 -- 1996-97 1/7/97 24th 1/14/97 21st 3/4/97 24th 3/11/97 17th 1997-98 Preseason 19th 11/18/97 25th 11/25/97 22nd 12/2/97 21st 12/9/97 23rd 12/16/97 20th 2000-01 1/29/01 25th 2001-02 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

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Opponent Info

1969-70 2/10/70 20th 1981-82 Preseason 16th 1982-83 2/1/83 19th 3/15/83 18th 1983-84 Preseason 16th 11/29/83 13th 12/6/83 10th 12/13/83 12th 12/20/83 14th 12/27/83 11th 1/3/84 11th 1/10/84 15th 1/24/84 18th 1984-85 2/19/85 18th 2/26/85 14th 3/5/85 17th 3/12/85 19th 1988-89 1/10/89 20th 1989-90 2/27/90 25th 3/6/90 25th 1990-91 Preseason 21st 11/27/90 17th 1990-91 12/4/90 13th 12/11/90 11th 12/18/90 17th 12/25/90 17th

Coaches & Support

Season Week AP USA Today Ranking Ranking

Player Bios

Season Week AP USA Today Ranking Ranking

2013-14 Outlook

Season Week AP USA Today Ranking Ranking

Hugh Durham (1979-95) is Georgia’s winningest all-time head basketball coach with 298 victories.

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Team Statistics: 1987-2013 Year

2012-13 Opponent 2011-12 Opponent 2010-11 Opponent 2009-10 Opponent 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 132

G

32 32 32 32 32 32 31 31 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

FGM-FGA

636-1557 661-1704 692-1750 681-1625 823-1822 741-1866 759-1664 768-1782 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

Pct.

.408 .388 .395 .419 .452 .397 .456 .431 .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

3FGM-3FGA Pct.

188-526 210-639 202-648 191-579 156-456 190-596 150-410 190-568 204-597 207-627 204-619 215-684 263-691 257-715 209-614 174-499 153-512 149-455 179-524 180-542 181-476 183-541 189-588 219-708 142-411 211-607 145-423 228-657 243-655 194-542 284-803 207-610 261-716 191-622 198-570 203-618 149-443 172-482 167-460 158-529 170-436 164-435 146-374 159-407 211-550 149-368 165-397 140-430 129-325 114-328 118-311 124-320 73-196 132-313

.357 .329 .312 .330 .342 .319 .366 .335 .342 .330 .330 .314 .381 .359 .340 .349 .299 .327 .342 .332 .380 .338 .321 .309 .345 .348 .343 .347 .371 .358 .354 .339 .365 .307 .347 .329 .336 .357 .363 .299 .390 .377 .390 .391 .384 .405 .416 .326 .397 .348 .379 .378 .372 .422

FTM-FTA Pct.

REB-Avg.

486-700 .694 1132-35.4 439-645 .681 1054-32.9 364-530 .687 1065-33.3 462-667 .693 1115-34.8 465-667 .697 1243-37.7 453-648 .699 1084-32.8 460-641 .718 1117-36.0 424-576 .736 980-31.6 355-556 .638 1203-37.6 376-547 .687 1179-36.8 430-633 .679 1295-38.1 417-642 .650 1159-34.1 378-567 .667 1250-37.9 394-578 .682 1063-32.2 355-545 .651 1045-34.8 440-665 .662 1105-36.8 360-568 .634 895-32.0 399-608 .656 1005-35.9 488-691 .706 1033-34.4 386-582 .663 957-31.9 417-584 .714 1010-37.4 361-515 .701 990-36.7 513-696 .737 1227-38.3 372-561 .663 1154-36.1 425-632 .672 1193-38.5 461-675 .683 1049-33.8 418-641 .652 1174-39.1 362-542 .668 1080-36.0 393-572 .687 1087-36.2 402-607 .662 1116-37.2 542-777 .698 1360-38.9 540-788 .685 1300-37.1 509-778 .654 1276-38.7 491-709 .693 1140-34.6 434-652 .666 1235-39.8 395-609 .649 1086-35.0 434-672 .646 1144-40.9 348-515 .676 999-35.7 441-732 .603 1241-41.4 484-694 .697 1120-37.3 440-721 .610 1104-38.1 420-605 .694 1008-34.8 462-749 .617 1135-39.1 466-668 .698 1030-35.5 496-722 .687 1107-36.9 548-767 .715 1094-36.5 628-875 .718 1119-38.6 434-636 .682 1053-36.3 546-754 .724 1053-34.0 433-601 .721 1071-34.6 538-727 .740 1109-30.8 464-625 .742 1137-31.5 425-612 .694 1075-35.8 372-541 .688 943-31.4

PF

PTS-Avg.

541 1946-60.8 619 1971-61.6 554 1950-60.9 510 2015-63.0 541 2267-68.7 565 2125-64.4 503 2128-68.6 546 2150-69.4 535 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


Team Statistics: 1960-86 Year

G

FGM-FGA

Pct.

3FGM-3FGA Pct.

FTM-FTA Pct.

Reb.-Avg.

PF

Pts.-Avg.

Media Information

512 2336-77.9 533 2165-72.2 591 2378-76.7 605 2071-66.8 554 2158-71.9 522 2016-67.2 613 2530-74.4 700 2199-64.7 520 2152-69.4 575 2016-65.0 490 2240-72.3 599 2092-67.6 445 1933-71.6 531 1774-65.7 502 2061-73.6 489 2077-74.2 582 1790-66.3 481 1914-70.9 557 1936-71.7 523 2094-77.6 605 2092-77.5 503 2120-78.5 489 1942-77.7 477 2097-83.9 527 1919-73.8 541 2071-79.7 510 1904-73.2 420 1988-76.5 511 2130-81.9 497 2034-78.2 443 1871-74.8 443 1871-74.8 450 1957-78.3 433 1934-77.4 457 2047-81.9 433 1993-79.7 413 2055-82.2 484 1905-76.2 355 1780-68.5 394 1970-75.8 394 1758-70.3 455 1863-74.5 464 1844-70.9 472 1994-76.7 415 1911-73.5 497 1947-74.9 460 1836-70.6 509 1969-75.5 393 1633-68.0 484 1855-77.2 417 1810-69.6 449 1883-72.4 463 1759-70.4 580 1781-71.2

History

398-555 .717 1016-33.9 359-498 .721 963-32.1 424-638 .665 1066-34.4 389-572 .680 1047-33.8 392-535 .733 961-32.0 370-541 .684 947-31.6 531-789 .673 1135-33.4 376-533 .705 1110-32.7 420-636 .660 998-32.2 348-498 .699 988-31.9 460-650 .708 987-31.8 320-448 .714 1029-33.2 353-542 .651 983-36.4 280-427 .656 922-34.1 313-445 .703 890-31.8 335-468 .716 957-34.2 272-432 .630 998-37.0 428-610 .702 1041-38.6 316-515 .614 996-36.9 458-622 .736 1144-42.4 286-446 .641 1155-42.8 436-639 .682 1194-44.2 320-453 .706 1158-46.3 305-462 .660 1172-46.9 319-456 .700 1059-40.7 391-512 .764 1066-40.7 240-374 .642 1107-42.6 358-489 .732 1032-39.7 462-683 .676 1074-41.3 424-656 .646 1090-41.9 408-567 .720 955-38.2 465-647 .719 995-39.8 435-595 .731 1058-42.3 422-594 .710 969-38.3 417-565 .739 1186-45.4 399-580 .688 1081-43.2 485-659 .736 1155-46.2 357-522 .684 1047-41.9 454-598 .759 841-32.3 398-543 .733 1060-40.8 400-568 .705 932-37.3 329-491 .671 995-39.8 434-617 .705 1130-43.5 422-632 .668 1253-48.2 503-696 .723 1165-44.8 371-524 .708 1176-45.2 518-722 .717 1151-44.3 399-572 .697 1263-48.5 395-570 .692 962-40.0 383-518 .739 1064-44.3 370-605 .611 1204-46.3 425-592 .718 1273-48.9 417-629 .662 1259-50.4 449-659 .681 1190-47.6

Records

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2012-13 in Review

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Opponent Info

.522 .503 .516 .482 .501 .499 .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

Coaches & Support

969-1855 903-1797 977-1890 841-1746 883-1763 823-1647 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

Player Bios

30 30 31 31 30 30 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

2013-14 Outlook

1985-86 Opponent 1984-85 Opponent 1983-84 Opponent 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

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Starting Lineups: 1987-2013 2012-13 (W15, L17)

Pos., Player F - Brandon Morris F - Donte’ Williams C - John Florveus G - Vincent Williams G - Ken. Caldwell-Pope

PPG RPG 4.1 2.3 5.1 4.8 2.5 3.2 5.0 1.6 18.5 7.1

2011-12 (W15, L17)

Pos., Player F — Nemanja Djurisic F — Marcus Thornton F — Donte’ Williams G — Gerald Robinson G — Ken. Caldwell-Pope

PPG RPG 7.0 4.2 3.0 4.8 7.8 5.1 14.2 3.8 13.2 5.2

2010-11 (W21, L12)

Pos., Player F — Trey Thompkins F — Travis Leslie C — Jeremy Price G — Gerald Robinson G — Dustin Ware

PPG RPG 16.4 7.6 14.4 7.2 9.3 5.0 12.2 2.7 8.0 2.9

2009-10 (W14, L17)

Pos., Player F — Trey Thompkins C — Jeremy Price G — Travis Leslie G — Ricky McPhee G — Dustin Ware

PPG RPG 17.7 8.3 7.2 4.0 14.8 6.8 9.6 2.8 8.2 1.8

2008-09 (W12, L20)

Pos., Player F — Trey Thompkins C — Albert Jackson G — Terrance Woodbury G — Corey Butler G — Dustin Ware

PPG RPG 12.6 7.4 4.5 3.8 14.0 4.6 6.7 4.0 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

Pos., Player F — Ezra Williams F — Shon Coleman C — Anthony Evans G — D.A. Layne G — Rashad Wright Pos., Player F — Adrian Jones F — Shon Coleman C — Anthony Evans G — D.A. Layne G — Moses White

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)

2004-05 (W8, L20)

PPG RPG 7.2 4.1 7.2 5.4 9.8 3.0 15.2 3.5 12.0 4.9

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 — Carlos Strong F — Shandon Anderson C — Terrell Bell G — Katu Davis G — Pertha Robinson

Pos., Player F — Steve Newman C — Dave Bliss G — Channing Toney G — Levi Stukes G — Sundiata Gaines

PPG RPG 7.8 4.4 12.4 8.2 14.7 8.7 18.3 2.3 3.8 1.9

1999-2000 (W10, L20)

2005-06 (W15, L15)

PPG RPG 4.9 2.0 4.4 3.4 8.5 2.7 11.6 3.1 10.3 5.1

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 — Michael Chadwick F — Jon Nordin C — Lorenzo Hall G — Ray Harrison G — G.G. Smith

Pos., Player F — Steve Newman C — Dave Bliss G — Channing Toney G — Levi Stukes G — Sundiata Gaines

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

Pos., Player F — Michael Chadwick F — Jumaine Jones C — Larry Brown G — Ray Harrison G — G.G. Smith

PPG RPG 14.2 5.6 4.0 3.2 7.5 3.5 12.5 2.5 10.5 5.7

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

2006-07 (W19, L14)

Pos., Player F — Takais Brown C — Dave Bliss G — Billy Humphrey G — Levi Stukes G — Sundiata Gaines

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PPG RPG 3.7 4.3 7.6 5.6 12.2 3.5 11.0 4.1 14.8 6.0

2003-04 (W16, L14)

Pos., Player F — Jonas Hayes F — Chris Daniels C — Damien Wilkins G — Levi Stukes G — Rashad Wright

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)

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)

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

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


Starting Lineups: 1961-86 1985-86 (W17, L13)

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)

PPG RPG 12.0 7.1 6.4 5.2 15.5 7.1 9.7 1.9 8.3 2.5

1983-84 (W17, L13)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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)

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

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

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

PPG RPG 14.5 10.0 11.9 5.2 11.2 10.0 14.9 2.7 6.1 5.1

Media Information

Pos., Player F — Ron Webb F — Eric Marbury C — Lavon Mercer G — Walter Daniels G — Jimmy Daughtry

1973-74 (W6, L20)

Pos., Player F — Bill Magarity F — Charlie Anderson C — Steve Waxman G — Ed Peterson G — Tim Goski

1965-66 (W10, L15)

Pos., Player F — Ray Jeffords F — Frank Harscher C — Jerry Waller G — Dick McIntosh G — Lee Martin

History

Pos., Player F — Dominique WIlkins F — Terry Fair C — Lavon Mercer G — Eric Marbury G — Jimmy Daughtry

PPG RPG 25.8 11.8 14.4 7.2 2.4 2.4 5.2 3.6 12.8 3.0

PPG RPG 15.1 7.1 13.9 4.2 13.2 7.5 13.9 1.9 4.2 1.0

Records

Pos., Player F — Dominique WIlkins F — James Banks C — Terry Fair G — Eric Marbury G — Vern Fleming

1974-75 (W8, L17)

Pos., Player F — Jacky Dorsey F — Billy Magarity C — Steve Waxman G — JoJo Hicks G — Tony Flanagan

1966-67 (W9, L17)

Pos., Player F — Jim Youngblood F — Frank Harscher C — Don Wix G — Dick McIntosh G — Tom Duggins

2012-13 in Review

Pos., Player F — Dominique Wilkins F — James Banks C — Terry Fair G — Eric Marbury G — Vern Fleming

PPG RPG 21.8 9.4 5.9 3.4 12.6 8.1 15.0 4.0 10.7 3.4

PPG RPG 14.9 6.0 12.6 9.4 21.3 14.9 14.7 3.4 8.6 1.7

Opponent Info

Pos., Player F — Lamar Heard F — James Banks C — Terry Fair G — Vern Fleming G — Gerald Crosby

1975-76 (W12, L15)

Pos., Player F — Jacky Dorsey F — Curtis Jackson C — Lucius Foster G — Walter Daniels G — Tony Flanagan

1967-68 (W17, L8)

Pos., Player F — Jim Youngblood F — Ray Jeffords C — Bob Lienhard G — Jerry Epling G — Dick McIntosh

Coaches & Support

Pos., Player F — Joe Ward F — James Banks C — Richard Corhen G — Vern Fleming G — Gerald Crosby

PPG RPG 14.3 5.1 14.2 5.1 12.0 7.6 11.5 3.6 10.9 4.4

Player Bios

Pos., Player F — Joe Ward F — Richard Corhen C — Cedric Henderson G — Donald Hartry G — Gerald Crosby

1976-77 (W9, L18)

Pos., Player F — David Reavis F — Curtis Jackson C — Lavon Mercer G — Walter Daniels G — Tony Flanagan

2013-14 Outlook

Pos., Player F — Joe Ward F — Horace McMillan C — David Dunn G — Donald Hartry G — Dennis Williams

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Overtime Games Year

Opponent

1905-06 Georgia Tech 1917-18 A.A.C. 1919-20 Macon YMCA 1929-30 Florida Kentucky 1932-33 Tulane 1934-35 Clemson (2) Georgia Tech 1937-38 Florida 1940-41 South Carolina 1942-43 Fort Benning 1947-48 Alabama 1948-49 Georgia Tech 1950-51 Auburn 1959-60 Alabama Mississippi State Ole Miss 1963-64 Clemson 1964-65 Tulane Florida State Alabama (2) 1965-66 TCU Kentucky (2) 1966-67 Vanderbilt 1968-69 Ole Miss LSU (2) 1969-70 Brigham Young (2) 1970-71 Davidson Mississippi State 1971-72 Vanderbilt Mississippi State Tennessee 1974-75 Wisconsin LSU Auburn 1975-76 Vanderbilt Alabama Vanderbilt (2) Evansville 1976-77 South Carolina Kentucky Alabama 1977-78 Ohio State Louisville

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. Athens, Ga. New Orleans, La. Lexington, Ky. Athens, Ga. Louisville, Ky. Louisville, Ky.

W/L

Score

L 11-12 W 30-23 L 39-43 W 35-34 L 21-22 W 41-39 W 44-43 L 39-49 L 32-38 L 44-48 L 31-32 W 47-44 W 74-60 L 68-69 L 60-64 W 67-62 L 63-65 L 81-83 W 86-83 L 55-64 L 67-72 W 76-75 L 65-69 L 41-51 W 85-82 L 80-90 L 82-89 L 75-77 L 66-67 L 76-80 L 58-62 L 68-71 W 91-89 L 90-96 W 93-90 L 85-95 L 67-69 L 69-71 W 88-86 L 73-74 L 59-64 L 74-78 W 84-80 W 71-70

Year

Opponent

Site

1978-79 Tennessee (3) Knoxville, Tenn. Florida Gainesville, Fla. Auburn (4) Birmingham, Ala. LSU (2) Athens, Ga. 1979-80 Alabama Athens, Ga. Auburn Athens, Ga. 1980-81 Kentucky (2) Athens, Ga. Mississippi State Starkville, Miss. Tennessee Athens, Ga. Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. 1983-84 LSU Baton Rouge, La. Ole Miss Oxford, Miss. UT-Chattanooga Chattanooga, Tenn. 1984-85 Villanova Atlanta, Ga. Tennessee (2) Athens, Ga. 1985-86 Auburn Athens, Ga. Auburn Auburn, Ala. 1986-87 LSU (2) Baton Rouge, La. Alabama Tuscaloosa, Ala. LSU Atlanta, Ga. Kansas State Salt Lake City, Utah 1988-89 Ole Miss Athens, Ga. Mississippi State Athens, Ga. 1989-90 LSU Baton Rouge, La. Vanderbilt Orlando, Fla. 1990-91 Vanderilt Nashville, Tenn. Georgia Tech (3) Atlanta, Ga. Auburn Athens, Ga. Pittsburgh Louisville, Ky. 1992-93 Florida Athens, Ga. Auburn Auburn, Ala. 1993-94 Kentucky Athens, Ga. 1994-95 Pittsburgh (2) Atlanta, Ga. 1995-96 Syracuse Denver, Colo. 1996-97 Maryland Honolulu, Hawaii Florida Athens, Ga. 1997-98 North Carolina Athens, Ga. 1998-99 Georgia Tech Atlanta, Ga. Fresno State Atlanta, Ga. Kentucky Athens, Ga. South Carolina Columbia, S.C. 1999-00 Furman Greenville, S.C. 2000-01 Auburn Athens, Ga. Tennessee (2) Athens, Ga. 2001-02 South Carolina Athens, Ga. Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn. 2002-03 California Anaheim, Calif. Tennessee Athens South Carolina Columbia, S.C. Gonzaga Spokane, Wash. 2003-04 Georgia Tech (2) Athens 2004-05 Oregon State Atlanta Wofford Athens 2005-06 South Carolina Columbia, S.C. 2006-07 Kentucky Athens 2007-08 Ole Miss Atlanta, Ga. Kentucky Atlanta, Ga. 2008-09 Wofford Athens Texas A&M-CC Athens 2009-10 Vanderbilt Nashville, Tenn. 2010-11 Notre Dame (2) Orlando, Fla. Florida (2) Athens Auburn Athens Alabama Atlanta, Ga. 2011-12 Winthrop Athens Tennessee Athens Miss. State Starkville, Miss. 2012-13 Southern Miss Athens Iona Athens Ole Miss Oxford

W/L

Score

L 81-87 W 63-62 L 91-95 W 73-72 L 64-66 L 65-69 L 68-71 W 68-65 W 76-75 74-81 L L 68-69 L 54-56 L 69-74 W 75-68 L 79-80 L 86-87 L 58-62 W 94-92 74-83 L L 88-89 L 79-82 L 70-74 L 85-86 W 94-92 L 74-78 L 74-75 L 105-112 L 58-59 L 68-76 L 77-81 W 83-80 W 94-90 W 87-86 L 81-83 W 73-65 W 77-70 L 80-82 L 79-84 L 82-86 L 83-91 L 66-70 W 86-82 W 85-80 W 77-75 W 82-75 L 63-71 W 78-73 W 81-76 W 60-55 L 76-82 W 83-80 W 76-74 W 93-89 W 64-61 W 78-69 W 97-95 W 60-56 W 74-73 L 79-80 L 94-96 L 83-89 L 91-104 W 81-72 L 59-65 W 92-86 W 57-53 W 70-68 L 60-62 L 78-81 L 74-84

South Carolina Athens W Number in parentheses indicates multiple overtime periods.

The Georgia benches cheers for a late rally in the team’s most recent overtime game, a 62-54 victory at home over South Carolina.

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Overall Record....................................... 48-68 (.414) Home.................................................... 23-29 (.442) Away.......................................................17-27 (.386) Neutral...................................................... 8-12 (.400) Multiple Overtimes................................ 5-13 (.278)

62-54


Largest Victory Margins

Miscellaneous Landmarks Largest Defeat Margins

Overall S.E. Christian (A) Davidson (H) Auburn (H) Auburn (A) Auburn (H) Georgia Tech (H) Auburn (H) Mercer (A) Rome Athletic Club (A) Mercer (H) Ft. McPherson (A)

122-2 100-12 92-12 92-12 90-18 78-9 81-14 117-50 75-9 74-9 80-15

home

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)

66-143 40-95 55-108 52-103 55-106 41-88 53-100 40-86 40-81 55-95 65-105

home 39 1946-47 Kentucky 37 1947-48 Kentucky 36 1961-62 Auburn 36 1974-75 Tennessee 35 1942-43 Vanderbilt 32 1942-43 Kentucky 32 1943-44 ASTP 30 1948-49 Tulane 29 1910-11 Columbus YMCA 29 1942-43 Kentucky

45-86 51-88 47-83 69-105 31-66 28-60 39-71 62-92 11-40 30-59 Opponent Info

100-12 92-12 90-18 78-9 81-14 74-9 80-16 77-15 122-62 122-62 124-65

Coaches & Support

88 1908-09 Davidson 80 1912-13 Auburn 72 1916-17 Auburn 1908-09 Georgia Tech 69 67 1915-16 Auburn 65 1917-18 Mercer 64 1913-14 Auburn 62 1912-13 Clemson 60 1978-79 Baptist College 60 1979-80 Whittier 59 1990-91 Western Kentucky

77 55 53 51 51 47 47 46 41 40 40

Player Bios

1917-18 1908-09 1912-13 1912-13 1916-17 1908-09 1915-16 1990-91 1915-16 1917-18 1926-27

2013-14 Outlook

120 88 80 80 72 69 67 67 66 65 65

Overall

stegeman coliseum

away 122-2 92-12 117-50 75-9 80-15 71-12 67-9 69-11 69-13 90-45 88-44

away 77 1955-56 Kentucky 55 1948-49 Kentucky 53 1958-59 Kentucky 51 1951-52 Ole Miss 51 1953-54 Kentucky 47 1950-51 Kentucky 47 1953-54 LSU 46 1954-55 Kentucky 41 1946-47 Kentucky 40 1951-52 Kentucky 40 1955-56 Ole Miss

66-143 40-95 55-108 52-103 55-106 41-88 53-100 40-86 40-81 55-95 65-105

Media Information

120 1917-18 S.E. Christian 80 1912-13 Auburn 67 1990-91 Mercer 66 1915-16 Rome Athletic Club 65 1926-27 Ft. McPherson 59 1912-13 Georgia Tech 58 1915-16 Savannah Ath. Club 58 1915-16 Savannah Ath. Club 56 1908-09 Georgia Tech 45 1990-91 Richmond 44 1995-96 Georgia Southern

History

122-62 122-62 124-65 115-58 116-59 117-62 105-56 103-54 103-55 138-91 113-67 105-60

69-105 76-101 71-95 70-94 65-89 74-97 78-100 71-93 58-79 43-64 65-86 60-80

Records

60 1978-79 Baptist College 60 1979-80 Whittier 59 1990-91 Western Kentucky 57 1993-94 Bethune-Cookman 1997-98 Charleston Southern 55 1990-91 Ole Miss 49 1987-88 Baptist College 1995-96 Central Florida 48 1993-94 Winthrop 47 1967-68 Arkansas A&M 46 1981-82 Carson Newman 45 2006-07 South Carolina State

36 1974-75 Tennessee 25 1976-77 Florida 24 1976-77 Auburn 24 1975-76 Auburn 24 1985-86 Georgia Tech 23 1994-95 Kentucky 22 1993-94 Florida 22 1966-67 Mississippi State 21 1970-71 Auburn 21 1976-77 Georgia Tech 21 1996-97 Kentucky 20 2003-04 Winthrop

2012-13 in Review

stegeman coliseum

137


All-Time Jersey Numbers Younes Idrissi

00 1

Brian Watts Julian Williams Kendrick Johnson Jeremy Jacob Travis Leslie Kentavious Caldwell-Pope

2005-06 2001-02 2004-05 2006 2007-08 2010-11 2012-13

2 Louis Christo Mike Dean Sundiata Gaines DeMario Mayfield Marcus Thornton

3

1949-50 2002-03 2004-08 2009-10 Present 1950-51 1952-54 1979-82 1996-97 1999-00 2000-04 2005-06 2009-12 Present

Charles Bryant Louis McGee Eric Marbury David Taylor Moses White Rashad Wright Kevin Brophy Dustin Ware Juwan Parker

4 Marvin Satterfield Bill Penland Jack Turner Gerald Crosby Ty Wilson G.G. Smith Larry Brown Sean Faulkner Anthony Evans Scott Prah Chris Barnes Charles Mann

1952-54 1949-50 1951-52 1982-85 1992-95 1995-96 1996-98 1998-99 2000-01 2003-04 2007-11 Present

5 E.L. Rainey Kermith Hall Steve Jones Ezra Williams Buzz Wehunt Zac Swansey Ebuka Anyaorah Tim Dixon

1947-49 1951-53 1993-96 2001-03 2004-05 2008-09 2009-10 Present

6 Bob Healey

1947-50

7 Dick Thomas

8 Lonnie O’Quinn Zippy Morocco

1949-50 1950-51

9 1949-51

Minton Williams

Joe Jordan Gordon Darrah (R) Tim Bassett Bryan Drafts Joe Childers Katu Davis Badi Oliver Mike Bucklin

1951-52 1956-58 1958-60 1960-62 1964-66 1968-70 1971-73 1981-84 1997-99 2000-01 2003-06 2009-10 Present

11 Bob Schloss Zippy Morocco Allen Parrish Don Hartsfield Dick McIntosh Litterial Green Pertha Robinson Adrian Jones Mike Brittain Vincent Williams Cameron Forte

1948-51 1951-53 1952-55 1956-57 1966-68 1989-92 1993-96 1996-2001 2001-02 2009-13 Present

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 Brandon Young

(L-R) G.G. Smith, Larry Brown and Travis Leslie were three of many Bulldogs who changed their jersey numbers during their careers.

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 Present

15 Walter Daniels Devin Baker Mike Patrick Steve Newman Donte’ Williams

1976-79 1996-97 2000-02 2004-07 Present

16 Ryle Tatum George Bell

12 Earl Davis Morris Dinwiddie Barry Cohen Dennis Williams Jody Patton Brian Peterson G.G. Smith

1948-51 1959-61 1972-73 1974-76 1978-80 1995-96 1996-2000 2003-04

14

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 Taylor Echols

1999-00 2002-04 2004-05 2009-12 Present

13

1948-50

1949-50 1954-56

17 1948-51 1955-56 1970-71 1984-87 1988-91 1993-96 1996-99

NOTE: The letters “R” and “H” in parentheses represent a player’s home and road jersey numbers.

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Jay Crowell Damien Wilkins Blake Davenport Matt Bucklin Kenny Gaines

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 Derrick Floyd Melvin Howard Jumaine Jones

1954-56 1959-60 1963-65 1969-71 1974-76 1978-79 1980-83 1984-85 1998-99


Troy Brewer Connor Nolte Dusan Langura

1957-59 1975-78 1980-82 1986-88

22

24

1954-57 1996-99 2002-03 2006-09 2010-13

Bob Chaney Pat Casey (H) Donald Hartry Tommy Wainscott Terrance Woodbury J.J. Frazier

1957-59 1959-61 1983-86 2004-05 2006-09 Present

31 Lamar Potts Don Hartsfield

1968-70 1973-75 1977-80 1987-90 1992-95 1996-98 1998-2000 2001-04 2004-05 2005-07 2009-11

34 Ken Taylor Robb Dryden Wayne Arnold Corey Gibbs Albert Jackson

1959-61 1997-2001 2003 2004-05 2007-10

Lucius Foster

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

45 1973-75 2005-08

50 Phillip Simpson Carl Ackermann Don Wix Randy Mateling Chris Daniels Jeremy Price

1959-61 1963-65 1965-66 1970-72 2000-04 2008-11

51 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

Rick Mill Tom Superka Gino Gianfrancesco Drazen Zlovaric John Cannon

1964-65 1968-70 1971-73 2009-10 Present

41

1959-60 1962-63 1964-66 1971-73 1975-76 1978-80 1985-87 1989-91 1993-96 1999-00 2002-03 2005-08

Steve Waxman Rashaad Singleton

35 Terry Fair Cedric Henderson Neville Austin

1978-79

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

Steve Thomas

2000-03

55

Media Information

30

Cort Nagle Billy Magarity Lavon Mercer Alec Kessler Charles Claxton Derrick Dukes Shawn Fields Jonas Hayes Matt Womack Mike Mercer Trey Thompkins

43

History

1957-58 1960-62 1981-84 1993-96 1999-00 2002-03 2005-06 2009 2010 Present

33

1959-61 1961-63 1966-68 1972-74 1976-79 1996-99 2003-04 2006-07 Present

Records

25 Harold Krafchik Allan Johnson (R) James Banks Carlos Strong Nick Temen Daniel Szymanek Channing Toney Ebuka Anyaorah Tyler Whatley Kenny Paul Geno

1957-59 1963-64 1965-68 1972-74 1980-83 1984-86 1995-96 1996-98 1999-2001 2004-05 Present

Gordon Darrah (H) Chuck Adamek Mike Bracewell Chip Vaughan Lucius Foster Jon Nordin Marcus Sikes Takais Brown Nemanja Djurisic

2012-13 in Review

1957-58 1959-60 1959-61 1968-70 1972-73 1984-87 1991-92 1996-99 2001-03 Present

Bill Ensley John Barnard (R) Don Keiser (H) Herb White John Fraley Chad Kessler Reggie Tinch Michael Chadwick Jarvis Hayes Houston Kessler

Fred Edmondson Charles Bagby Ray Jeffords Charlie Anderson Lamar Heard Joe Ward Larry Brown Lorenzo Hall D.A. Layne Alex Evans John Florveus

42

Opponent Info

Bill Ensley Ray Harrison Fred Gibson Corey Butler Sherrard Brantley

32

1961-62 1965-67 1968-69 1975-77 1982-85 1993-96 2005-08 Present

Coaches & Support

23

1959-62 1963-64 1966-67 1969-71 1983-86 1988-91 1991-94 1996-98 1998-99 2005-06 2009 2011-12

All-Time Jersey Numbers

Player Bios

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.

Charles Bagby Tom Duggins Mark Shufelt Charlie Dorsey Richard Corhen Kris Nordholz Billy Humphrey Brandon Morris

2013-14 Outlook

21

Sonny Poss Tony Flanagan Dominique Wilkins Toney Mack

2008-09 2011-12 Present

1952-55 1957-58 139


Miscellaneous Landmarks Season-by-Season Record In Stegeman Coliseum Average Games Record Attendance Year 1963-64 4 3-1 6,250 1964-65 13 7-6 6,608 1965-66 13 8-5 6,178 1966-67 12 6-6 5,126 1967-68 13 11-2 7,560 1968-69 13 8-5 6,579 1969-70 12 8-4 6,851 4,121 1970-71 13 3-10 1971-72 14 12-2 5,600 1972-73 13 6-7 5,219 1973-74 13 4-9 5,163 1974-75 13 4-9 5,458 1975-76 15 10-5 5,317 1976-77 14 6-8 4,705 1977-78 13 6-7 4,808 1978-79 14 10-4 6,407 1979-80 15 12-3 7,740 7,878 1980-81 12 9-3 1981-82 10 7-3 8,670 1982-83 13 11-2 6,692 1983-84 10 7-3 6,429 1984-85 14 12-2 7,223 6,630 1985-86 11 8-3 1986-87 12 10-2 6,207 1987-88 13 10-3 7,470 1988-89 11 5-6 6,441 1989-90 12 12-0 7,376 8,822 1990-91 13 8-5 1991-92 12 9-3 6,060 1992-93 13 10-3 5,958 1993-94 13 8-5 6,150 1994-95 13 10-3 6,771 8,056 1995-96 13 12-1 1996-97 14 12-2 7,517 1997-98 15 11-4 7,559 1998-99 14 10-4 6,674 6,777 1999-00 13 7-6 2000-01 12 8-4 8,026 9,064 2001-02 13 11-2 2002-03 13 12-1 9,857 2003-04 16 13-3 8,619 6,189 2004-05 16 7-9 2005-06 14 9-5 7,115 7,336 2006-07 18 14-4 2007-08 16 11-5 7,823 2008-09 18 10-8 6,678 2009-10 16 12-4 6,834 2010-11 16 12-4 8,250 2011-12 17 11-6 7,079 2012-13 18 12-6 6,198 TOTALS 669 452-217 (.676) 140

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. 24,382 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 79-49 (3/1/12) 7. 24,206 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 86-73 (2/14/96) 8. 24,352 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 66-60 (1/29/11) 9. 24,342 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 76-68 (1/9/10) 10. 24,272 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 85-74 (2/22/98) 11. 24,197 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 82-57 (2/1/97) 12. 24,111 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 80-59 (2/27/94) 13. 24,108 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 70-82 (2/28/07) 14. 24,075 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 96-84 (2/3/91) 15. 23,982 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 88-77 (2/3/90) 16. 23,958 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 78-66 (1/7/92) 17. 23,897 vs. Kentucky, Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Lost, 60-51 (2/12/05) Georgia’s only undefeated home season of 1990 included a dramatic, come-from-behind win over 12th-rated LSU.


Player Bios

Coaches & Support

dominique wilkins Nasimith Hall of Fame 2006 Inductee

2013-14 Outlook

Georgia basketball history

Opponent Info 2012-13 in Review

Records

History

Media Information


Georgia Honor Roll All-Americans 1953 1969 1970 1981 1982

Zippy Morocco, G (Helms) Bob Lienhard, C (Helms) Bob Lienhard, C (Helms) Dominique Wilkins, 2nd Team (Sporting News) Dominique Wilkins, 2nd Team (consensus)

Bob Lienhard

Dominique Wilkins

1983 1984 1985 1989 1990

James Banks

Vern Fleming James Banks (Playboy) Vern Fleming (Kodak) Cedric Henderson (AP All-Freshman) Litterial Green (BB Weekly All-Freshman) Alec Kessler (UPI)

Vern Fleming

Litterial Green

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) 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) 142

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) 1989 Alec Kessler (Coaches’ 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 2nd) 1990 Alec Kessler (Coaches’ 1st, AP 1st, UPI 1st) Litterial Green (Coaches’ 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 2nd) Rod Cole (AP 3rd team) 1989 Alec Kessler (Coaches’ 1st, AP 2nd, UPI 2nd)

Jarvis Hayes became Georgia’s first player since Dominique Wilkins in 1981-82 to win consensus 1st-team All-SEC honors in back-to-back seasons.


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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 All-Defensive Team) Jeremy Price (Coaches’ SEC All-Freshman Team) 2009 Trey Thompkins (Coaches’ SEC All-Freshman Team) 2010 Trey Thompkins (AP & Coaches’ 1st team) 2011 Trey Thompkins (Coaches’ 1st team, AP 2nd team) Travis Leslie (Coaches’ 2nd team) 2012 Ken. Caldwell-Pope (Coaches’ SEC All-Freshman Team) 2013 Ken. Caldwell-Pope (Cons. SEC Player of the Year) Charles Mann (Coaches’ SEC All-Freshman Team)

Opponent Info

1990 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) 2000 Anthony Evans (AP 2nd team, Coaches’ 3rd team D.A. Layne (AP 2nd team)

Coaches & Support

All-Southeastern Conference (Cont’d.)

Player Bios

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, currently the 11th-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.

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Georgia Honor Roll USA Basketball Participation VERN FLEMING

WILLIE ANDERSON

1984 Olympian Los Angeles Games

1988 Olympian - Seoul Games 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.

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.

TREY THOMPKINS

JUMAINE JONES

1998 Goodwill Games New York, N.Y.

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 1940 1941 1942 1946 1950

Frank Johnson Alex McCaskill Dan Kirkland3 Joe Killian Roy Chatham Bobby Moore Eli Maricich Bob Healey

1981 Dom. Wilkins* 1983 Vern Fleming* 1988 Pat Hamilton 1997 Ray Harrison 2008 Sundiata Gaines* Terrance Woodbury *Tournament MVP

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 2010 - Trey Thompkins 2011 - Connor Nolte 2012 - Matt Bucklin 2013 - John Florveus

SEC / Chick-Fil-A “Legends” Team 1999 - Vern Fleming 2000 - Alec Kessler 2001 - Zippy Morocco 2002 - Dominique Wilkins 2003 - James Banks 2004 - Lavon Mercer 2005 - Ronnie Hogue 2006 - Joe Ward 144

2007 - Litterial Green 2008 - Hugh Durham 2009 - Shandon Anderson 2010 - Tom Brennan 2011 - Walter Daniels 2012 - Willie Anderson 2013 - Tim Bassett

2009 U19 World Championships Auckland, New Zealand 2010 USA Basketball Select Team 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. A year later Thompkins was named to the USA Select squad, a group of collegians that worked as training partners alongside the USA National Team.

SEC Defensive Player of the Year 2004 --- Rashad Wright


Georgia Honor Roll Joe Jordan Memorial Award

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

SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2008 Dave Bliss

2009 2010 2011 2012

Ricky McPhee Matt Bucklin Ricky McPhee Tyler Whatley Matt Bucklin Connor Nolte Gerald Robinson Trey Thompkins Matt Bucklin Connor Nolte Elliott Long

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)

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History

2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Academic All-Americans

Records

Dave Bliss

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Allan Johnson Carlton Gill Charles Bagby Jimmy Pitts Jerry Waller Mack Crenshaw Mike Taylor Dick McIntosh Frank Harscher Waymond Henry Jim Youngblood Frank Harscher Waymond Henry Jim Youngblood Dick McIntosh Cort Nagel Greg Main Barry Cohen Dick Toth David Lucey Greg Keith David Dunn Chad Kessler Chad Kessler Alec Kessler Chad Kessler Alec Kessler Alec Kessler Alec Kessler Kris Nordholz Kendall Rhine Kris Nordholz Kris Nordholz Kris Nordholz Jon Nordin Jon Nordin Jon Nordin, Michael Chadwick

Opponent Info

The late Alec Kessler, an All-America forward at Georgia in 198990, 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.

Academic All-SEC 1962 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1971 1973 1975 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

Coaches & Support

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

Player Bios

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 Dominique Wilkins, f

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Williams 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981

This award was 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.

*Academic All-American Jim Youngblood

of the Year

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Georgia Honor Roll Outstanding Offensive Player

D.A. Layne 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Sundiata Gaines, g Sundiata Gaines, g Levi Stukes, g Levi Stukes, g Rashad Wright, g Damien Wilkins, g Jarvis Hayes, f Jarvis Hayes, f D.A. Layne, g

High Spirit Award

Corey Butler 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

Joe Ward

2000 D.A. Layne, g 1999 D.A. Layne, g 1998 Jumaine Jones, f 1997 Michael Chadwick, f 1996 Shandon Anderson, f-g 1995 Carlos Strong, f 1994 Shandon Anderson, g-f 1993 Charles Claxton, c Cleveland Jackson, f-g

Carlos Strong 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986

Outstanding Rebounder 2010 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 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

Litterial Green, g Litterial Green, g Alec Kessler, f-c Alec Kessler, f-c Willie Anderson, g Willie Anderson, g Joe Ward, f

1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Cedric Henderson, f Vern Fleming, g Vern Fleming, g Dom. Wilkins, f Dom. Wilkins, f Dom. Wilkins, f

Tommy Reeder Scholarship This scholarship was 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

Nordin

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

Nordholz


Georgia Honor Roll Kevin Brophy Leadership Award

Outstanding Free Throw Shooter

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

NOTE: Individual awards have changed through the years, some started, some discontinued. The most recent set of awards, begun in 2010, are as follows: Most Valuable Player 2010 Trey Thompkins 2011 Trey Thompkins Travis Leslie 2012 Gerald Robinson 2013 Ken. Caldwell-Pope Most Improved Player 2010 Travis Leslie 2011 Dustin Ware 2012 Donte’ Williams 2013 John Florveus Defensive Player of the Year 2010 Ricky McPhee 2011 Gerald Robinson 2012 Donte’ Williams 2013 Donte’ Williams Ken. Caldwell-Pope Rebounder of the Year 2010 Trey Thompkins 2011 Travis Leslie 2012 Ken. Caldwell-Pope 2013 Ken. Caldwell-Pope

6th Man of the Year 2010 Jeremy Price 2011 Chris Barnes 2012 Nemanja Djurisic 2013 Nemanja Djurisic Assist Man of the Year 2010 Dustin Ware 2011 Dustin Ware Gerald Robinson 2012 Gerald Robinson 2013 Charles Mann Most Inspirational 2010 Ricky McPhee 2011 Matt Bucklin 2012 Marcus Thornton 2013 Vincent Williams “The Rock” Award

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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 2010 Travis Leslie 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

History

Donte’ Williams, f Ken. Caldwell-Pope, g Donte’ Williams, f Gerald Robinson, g Ricky McPhee, g 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

ACADEMICS AWARD 2009 Matt Bucklin 2008 Dave Bliss “JUNKYARD DAWG” AWARD (Top 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

Records

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

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Daniels

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

Jones

Ty Wilson, g Marshall Wilson, f Rod Cole, g Litterial Green, g Alec Kessler, f-c Willie Anderson, g H. McMillan, f Donald Hartry, g Joe Ward, f Derrick Floyd, g Eric Marbury, g Dom. Wilkins, f Dom. Wilkins, f Curtis Jackson, f Lucius Foster, f Bryan Drafts, g

Opponent Info

Outstanding Defensive Player

Wilkins

1993 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1977 1976 1975

Coaches & Support

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 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

Terrance Woodbury, g Billy Humphrey, g Billy Humphrey, g Channing Toney, g Channing Toney, g Damien Wilkins, f Jarvis Hayes, f Rashad Wright, g D.A. Layne, g D.A. Layne, g Ray Harrison, g Jumaine Jones, f Ray Harrison, g Katu Davis, g Katu Davis, g Steve Jones, f-g

Player Bios

Dave Bliss 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994

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Given annually to the player who shows the greatest leadership ability on the team.

(Awarded annually to the player whose steady hand brings the most stabilizing effect upon the team)

2011

Dustin Ware

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Kentavious Caldwell-Pope was the eighth overall pick of the 2013 NBA Draft, taken by the Detroit Pistons.

Player Bios Coaches & Support Opponent Info

UGA alum Sundiata Gaines, just days after his callup from the NBA’s Developmental League, defeated Cleveland with an improbable, buzzer-beating 3-pointer for the Utah Jazz in 2010.

• 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 • 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 • Trey Thompkins* 2011......... 2nd Round by Los Angeles Clippers • Travis Leslie* 2011......... 2nd Round by Los Angeles Clippers • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope* 2013....................1st Round by Detroit Pistons *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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History

Player Year Drafted...... Round Drafted/Team

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Career NBA Stats of Georgia Players

ANDERSON, Shandon Rodriguez — Lettered at UGA 1993-96...Utah, Houston, New York, Miami of NBA 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 68-99 136-185 89-125 194-253 138-188 74-107 139-190 123-161 54-66 13-18 1028-1392 FT-FTA 20-28 25-37 24-34 1-2 2-2 4-6 76-109

Pct. .687 .735 .712 .767 .734 .692 .732 .764 .818 .722 .739 Pct. .714 .676 .706 .500 1.000 .667 .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 49 27 8 113-0 89 66 18 117-0 56 39 10 82-0 239 96 32 182-5 189 82 40 202-7 76 48 15 134-2 87 73 20 177-2 122 68 17 182-1 70 40 14 138-0 17 6 24 75-0 556 180 959 1437-17 AST STL BL PF-DQ 13 11 1 28-0 20 5 1 19-0 13 6 3 12-0 11 4 1 19-0 8 5 0 10-0 4 0 1 8-0 68 31 7 129-0

Pts.-Avg. 386-5.9 681-8.3 427-8.5 1009-12.3 710-8.7 411-5.0 687-8.4 635-7.9 255-3.9 126-2.6 5327-7.4 Pts.-Avg. 83-4.6 134-6.7 104-9.5 17-4.3 8-1.0 13-1.0 359-5.7

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 MIN FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. 81 2738 640-1285 .498 4-21 .190 224-289 .775 417-5.1 82 2788 532-1082 .492 7-26 .269 217-290 .748 372-4.5 75 2592 459-991 .457 7-35 .200 170-213 .798 351-4.7 57 1889 312-685 .456 13-58 .232 107-138 .775 300-5.3 38 560 80-186 .430 1-8 .125 22-28 .786 57-1.5 80 2488 394-837 .471 22-68 .324 145-171 .848 242-3.0 38 558 76-162 .469 3-19 .158 30-41 .732 55-1.4 76 2060 288-660 .436 34-120 .283 132-163 .810 246-3.2 28 303 29-64 .453 8-19 .421 17-20 .850 42- 555 15974 2804-5952 .471 99-372 .266 1064-1353 .786 2082 G MIN FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. 10 375 87-168 .518 2-5 .400 29-36 .806 54-5.4 4 159 33-68 .485 2-10 .200 8-13 .615 19-4.8 10 219 37-82 .451 6-11 .545 15-17 .882 23-2.3 4 106 14-37 .378 1-1 1.000 4-7 .571 8-2.0 11 97 9-20 .450 0-1 .000 2-3 .667 12-1.1 4 64 7-22 .318 1-6 .167 6-7 .857 9-2.3 9 120 11-30 .367 2-8 .250 9-10 .900 17-1.9 52 1140 198-427 .464 14-42 .333 73-93 .785 142

AST STL BL PF-DQ 372 150 62 295-8 364 111 58 252-3 358 79 46 226-4 302 54 51 151-2 79 14 6 52-0 347 71 48 187-1 52 26 10 71-1 197 75 59 230-5 34 14 4 36-0 2105 594 342 1500-24 AST STL BL PF-DQ 52 9 4 40-2 19 5 2 16-0 28 9 2 23-0 12 5 2 7-0 10 5 0 12-0 1 4 0 10-0 5 4 2 20-0 127 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 Pct. 89-167 .593 82-146 .562 58-98 .592 101-177 .571 50-97 .515 89-131 .679 10-15 .667 250-420 .595 239-411 .582 2-2 1.000 16-23 .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 35 36 41 53 33 29 0 115 112 0 14

PF-DQ 185-0 159-0 247-0 246-10 181-5 219-1 27-0 673-16 591-0 11-0 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

Pts.-Avg. 106-3.3 111-4.6 291-5.1 508-4.5

GAINES, Sundiata — Lettered at UGA 2005-08...Utah/MIN/TOR/NJ of NBA Season, Team G-GS 09-10 - Utah 32 10-11 - MIN/TOR/NJN 24 11-12 - New Jersey 57 113 Reg. Season Totals Playoff Record 09-10 - Utah 5

150

MIN 217 300 793 1612

FG-FGA 38-82 42-105 102-271 182-458

7

5-6

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .463 7-26 .269 .400 9-38 .237 .376 28-82 .341 .397 44-146 .301 833

1-1

1.000

FT-FTA 23-46 18-36 59-96 100-178

Pct. .500 .500 .615 .562

Reb.-Avg. 29-0.9 38-1.6 108-1.9 175-1.5

AST 39 42 126 207

ST 12 16 55 83

BL 0 1 2 3

PF-DQ 17 25 58 100

0-2

.000

2-0.4

0

0

0

1

11-2.2


Bulldogs in the Pros

Career NBA Stats of Georgia Players

FLEMING, Vern — Lettered at UGA 1981-84...Indiana of NBA MIN FG-FGA 2486 433-922 2870 436-862 1549 370-727 2733 442-845 2552 419-814 2876 467-919 1929 356-671 1737 294-610 1503 280-554 1053 147-318 686 93-188 22974 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

Reb.-Avg. AST 323-4.0 247 386-4.8 505 334-4.1 473 364-4.6 568 310-4.1 494 322-3.9 610 214-3.1 369 209-2.5 266 169-2.3 224 123-2.2 173 88-1.6 109 2842-3.5 4038

ST BL PF-DQ 99 8 232-4 131 5 230-3 109 18 222-3 115 11 225-0 77 12 212-4 92 10 213-1 76 13 116-0 56 7 134-0 63 9 126-1 40 6 98-1 27 1 80-0 885 100 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

GREEN, Litterial — Lettered at UGA 1989-92...Orlando, Detroit, Milwaukee, Cleveland of NBA G-GS 52-4 29-0 45-0 21-0 1-0 148-4

MIN 626 126 311 124 2 1189

FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. 87-198 .439 1-10 .100 22-57 .386 1-4 .250 30-64 .469 0-10 .000 5-23 .217 0-2 .000 0-1 .000 0-0 .000 144-343 .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

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

AST ST 5 8 23 15 28 23

BL 19 41 60

PF-DQ 39-0 87-0 126-0

Pts.-Avg. 70-2.6 179-3.0 249-2.9

0

0-0

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

3

4

FG-FGA Pct. 29-79 .367 77-176 .438 106-255 .416 0-0

.000

3FG-3FGA Pct. 0-0 .000 1-1 1.000 1-1 1.000 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

0-0

.000

1-0.3

0

0

0-0.0

HAYES, Jarvis James — Lettered at UGA 2002-03...Washington, Detroit, New Jersey of NBA MIN 2044 1560 517 1626 1287 1832 1032 9899

FG-FGA Pct. 278-695 .400 206-530 .389 77-183 .421 224-546 .410 217-504 .431 257-577 .445 138-328 .421 1397-3363 .415

4 11 15

139 200 339

15-46 .326 24-76 .316 39-122 .320

3FG-3FGA 40-131 42-123 17-47 66-183 73-194 94-244 60-179 392-1101

Pct. .305 .341 .362 .361 .376 .385 .335 .356

FT-FTA 77-98 99-118 25-30 71-84 45-60 36-52 14-18 367-460

Pct. .786 .839 .833 .845 .750 .692 .778 .798

Reb.-Avg. 264-3.8 227-4.2 76-3.6 210-2.6 178-2.2 267-3.6 108-2.4 1330-3.1

AST 106 90 27 80 62 54 40 459

ST 71 49 16 48 47 52 29 312

BL 11 9 1 13 6 7 9 56

PF-DQ 157-2 107-1 38-0 160-0 137-0 162-0 91-0 852-3

7-19 12-33 19-52

.368 .364 .365

6-7 6-7 12-14

.857 .857 .857

14-3.5 30-2.7 44-2.9

4 8 12

2 3 5

1 3 4

12-0 23-0 35-0

ST

BL

PF-DQ

Pts.-Avg. 673-9.6 553-10.2 196-9.3 585-7.2 552-6.7 644-8.7 350-7.8 3553-8.3 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 Pct.

4-8

.500

3FG-3FGA

0-0

Pct.

.000

FT-FTA

3-3

Pct.

1.000

Reb.-Avg.

8-1.0

AST

0

0

0

2-0

Pts.-Avg.

11-1.4

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 Pct. 22-58 .379 122-275 .432 287-640 .443 308-710 .434 33-96 .344 210-486 .432 298-736 .405 14-51 .275 1294-3052 .424 55-134 .410

3FG-3FGA 2-4 20-60 52-168 111-314 13-44 102-261 115-335 10-32 425-1218 8-36

Pct. .500 .333 .319 .354 .295 .391 .343 .313 .313 .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 BL 5 6 5 32 30 15 116 75 46 112 67 22 14 12 9 65 44 24 63 68 22 1 5 1 408 307 144 19 10 11

PF-DQ 10-0 68-0 184-1 176-1 48-0 165-1 200-2 19-0 870-5 37-0

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

Media Information

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

History

G 70 54 21 81 82 74 45 427

Records

Season, Team 03-04 - Washington 04-05 - Washington 05-06 - Washington 06-07 - Washington 07-08 - Detroit 08-09 - New Jersey 09-10 - New Jersey Reg. Season Totals Playoff Record Washington - 06-07 Detroit - 07-08 Playoff Totals

2012-13 in Review

ST 23 6 16 4 0 49

Opponent Info

Season, Team 92-93 - Orlando 93-94 - Orlando 96-97 - Detroit 97-98 - Milwaukee 98-99 - Cleveland Reg. Season Totals

Coaches & Support

G MIN FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. FT-FTA Pct. Reb.-Avg. AST ST BL PF-DQ Pts.-Avg. 4 141 13-36 .361 0-1 .000 23-30 .767 26-6.5 24 4 1 15-1 49-12.3 3 113 16-34 .471 0-2 .000 8-9 .889 13-4.3 18 2 1 6-0 40-13.3 5 115 18-40 .450 0-1 .000 11-14 .786 17-3.4 23 1 3 10-0 47-9.4 3 51 10-18 .556 0-0 .000 1-3 .333 2-0.7 6 3 0 5-0 21-7.0 3 80 12-27 .444 2-4 .500 4-4 1.000 5-1.7 3 2 1 6-0 30-10.0 16 247 39-76 .513 0-5 .000 17-20 .850 21-1.3 36 10 1 27-0 95-5.9 3 8 1-3 .333 0-1 .000 0-3 .000 2-0.7 2 0 0 0-0 2-0.7 37 755 109-234 .466 2-14 .143 64-83 .771 86-2.3 114 22 7 69-1 284-7.7

Player Bios

G-GS 80-65 80-77 82-82 80-80 76-69 82-82 69-45 82-6 75-8 55-5 55-4 816

2013-14 Outlook

Season, Team 84-85 - Indiana 85-86 - Indiana 86-87 - Indiana 87-88 - Indiana 88-89 - Indiana 89-90 - Indiana 90-91 - Indiana 91-92 - Indiana 92-93 - Indiana 93-94 - Indiana 94-95 - Indiana Reg. Season Totals Playoff Record Season-Team 86-87 - Indiana 89-90 - Indiana 90-91 - Indiana 91-92 - Indiana 92-93 - Indiana 93-94 - Indiana 94-95 - Indiana Playoff Totals

151


Bulldogs in the Pros

Career NBA Stats of Georgia Players

KESSLER, Alec Christopher — Lettered at UGA 1987-90...Miami of NBA Season, Team 90-91 - Miami 91-92 - Miami 92-93 - Miami 93-94 - Miami Reg. Season Totals Playoff Totals

G-GS 78-18 77-4 40-2 15-0 210-24 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 1

PF-DQ 189-1 185-3 63-0 14-0 451-4 1

Pts.Avg. 486-6.2 410-5.3 155-3.9 33-2.2 1084-5.2 2-1.0

LESLIE, Travis Demetrius — Lettered at UGA 2009-11...Drafted in 2011 by L.A. Clippers Season, Team 11-12 — LAC

G 10

MIN 45

FG-FGA 5-14

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .357 0-0 .000

FT-FTA 4-9

Pct. .444

Reb.-Avg. AST 9-0.9 5

ST 2

BL 2

PF-DQ 4

Pts.-Avg. 14-1.4

PF-DQ 62-2

Pts.-Avg. 90-2.4

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

ST 0

BL 0

WILKINS, Damien Lamont — Lettered at UGA 2003-04 ... Seattle/OKC/Minn./ATL of NBA Season, Team 04-05 - Seattle 05-06 - Seattle 06-07 - Seattle 07-08 - Seattle 08-09 - Okla. City 09-10 - Minn. 10-11 - Atlanta 11-12 - Detroit 12-13 - Phila. Reg. Season Totals Playoff Totals

G 29 82 82 76 41 80 52 60 61 563 15

MIN 520 1525 2037 1843 636 1585 676 922 1095 10839 174

FG-FGA 73-168 193-435 262-602 271-673 77-213 165-381 69-137 76-193 145-316 1331-3118 23-49

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .435 16-59 .271 .444 14-56 .250 .435 50-122 .410 .403 50-155 .323 .362 27-72 .375 .433 18-61 .295 .504 2-10 .200 .394 7-23 .304 .459 17-51 .333 .427 201-609 .330 .469 3-13 .231

FT-FTA 21-34 136-162 150-170 106-144 37-46 103-129 40-56 34-54 81-109 708-904 4-9

Pct. .618 .840 .882 .736 .804 .798 .714 .630 .743 .783 .444

Reb.-Avg. AST 66-2.3 26 192-2.3 107 229-2.8 156 245-3.2 150 70-1.7 37 249-3.1 135 90-1.7 41 100-1.7 44 105-1.7 91 1346-2.4 787 26-1.7 4

ST 22 72 92 62 22 66 27 29 37 429 12

BL 10 12 16 19 7 25 9 13 18 129 3

PF-DQ 55-0 144-0 157-0 128-0 55-0 144-0 72-0 85-0 98-0 938-0 19-0

Pts.-Avg. 183-6.3 536-6.5 724-8.8 698-9.2 218-7.6 451-5.6 180-3.5 193-3.2 388-6.4 3571-6.3 53-3.5

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 81-81 3023 853-1891 .451 25-81 .309 84-85 - Atlanta 78-78 3049 888-1897 .468 13-70 .186 85-86 - Atlanta 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 81-81 3078 770-1640 .470 85-249 .341 90-91 - Atlanta 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 63-26 1945 397-953 .417 70-239 .293 96-97 - San Antonio 98-99 - Orlando 27-2 252 50-132 .379 5-19 .263 1074 38,113 9,963-21,589 .461 711-2,231 .319 Reg. Season Totals Playoff Record Season - Team G MIN FG-FGA Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. 3 109 17-42 .405 1-1 1.000 82-83 - Atlanta 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 90-91 - Atlanta 5 195 35-94 .372 2-15 .133 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) 18 2-11 .182 1-3 .333 1993 - Atlanta 1994 - Atlanta 17 4-9 .444 0-2 .000 All-Star Totals 159 38-95 .400 2-8 .250 *Played the 1996 season for Panathinaikos Athens of Greek League

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 478-5.8 129 84 582-7.2 126 117 557-6.9 200 135 618-7.9 206 138 494-6.3 261 117 502-6.4 224 103 553-6.9 211 117 521-6.5 200 126 732-9.0 265 123 295-7.0 158 52 482-6.8 227 70 481-6.5 169 92 401-5.2 166 61 402-6.4 119 39 71-2.6 16 4 7169-6.7 2,677 1,378

BL 63 87 54 49 51 47 52 47 65 24 27 30 14 31 1 642

PF-DQ 210-1 197-1 170-0 170-0 149-0 162-0 138-0 141-0 156-0 77-0 116-0 126-0 130-0 100-0 19 2061-2

Pts.-Avg. 1434-17.5 1750-21.6 2217-27.4 2366-30.3 2294-29.0 2397-30.7 2099-26.2 2138-26.7 2101-25.9 1179-28.1 2121-29.9 1923-26.0 1370-17.8 1145-18.2 134-5.0 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. AST STL 15-5.0 1 2 41-8.2 11 12 54-6.0 25 9 70-7.8 25 16 77-6.4 34 16 27-5.4 17 4 32-6.4 13 9 16-5.3 9 3 43-10.8 8 2 0-0.0 0 0 375-6.7 143 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

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

AST STL 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 4 1 4 1 0 4 15

1 0 6

THOMPKINS, Howard Samuel III (Trey) — Lettered at UGA 2009-11...Drafted in 2011 by L.A. Clippers Season, Team 11-12 — LAC

152

G 24

MIN 119

FG-FGA 24-61

Pct. 3FG-3FGA Pct. .393 4-13 .308

FT-FTA 5-7

Pct. .714

Reb.-Avg. AST 24-1.0 3

ST 3

BL 3

PF-DQ 10

Pts.-Avg. 57-2.4


Bulldogs in the Postseason

Georgia in the NCAA Tournament Year

Region

Seed Location

Record

Round - Result

Year Location

Rec. Round - Result

1-0 1st - Def. ODU 74-60 1-1 2nd - Lost to South Ala. 73-72 1-0 1st - Def.Temple 73-60 2-0 2nd - Def. Maryland 83-69 3-0 3rd - Def. Virginia Tech 90-73 3-1 Semifinals - Lost to Purdue 61-60 0-1 1st - Lost to UT-Chatt. 74-69 1-0 1st - Def. UT-Chatt. 95-81 1-1 2nd - Lost to Clemson 77-65 1-0 1st - Def. Ga. Southern 53-48 1-1 2nd - Lost to MTSU 69-59 0-1 1st - Lost to West Va. 95-84

Site

NCAA/NIT

Record

Year(s)

2-1 1983, 1996 0-1 2004 7-2 1981-82-86-88-98-07 1-1 1985 0-2 1997, 2011 1-1 1984, 1986 1-1 2002 0-1 1999 0-1 2007 0-1 1996 1-1 1983, 2001 0-1 1990 1-0 1998 0-1 1995 0-1 1991 0-1 1993 0-1 1988 1-2 1982, 1998 1-0 1998 0-1 1987 2-0 1983 0-1 2008

School

NCAA/NIT

Rec.

Air Force NIT 0-1 Chattanooga NCAA/NIT 1-2 Clemson NCAA/NIT 1-2 Fresno State NIT 2-0 Ga. Southern NIT 1-0 Illinois NCAA 0-1 Iowa NIT 1-0 Iowa State NIT 0-1 Kansas State NCAA 0-1 Maryland NIT 1-0 Mid. Tenn. State NIT 0-1 Missouri NCAA 0-1 Murray State NCAA 1-0 Nebraska NIT 0-1 North Carolina NCAA 1-0 N.C. State NCAA/NIT 1-1 Old Dominion NIT 1-0

School

Penn State

NCAA/NIT

NIT

Rec.

0-1

Pittsburgh NCAA 0-1 Purdue NCAA/NIT 1-1 St. John’s NCAA 1-0 South Ala. NIT 0-1 Southern Ill. NCAA 0-1 Syracuse NCAA 0-1 Temple NIT 1-0 Texas NCAA 0-1 Vanderbilt NIT 1-0 VCU NCAA 1-0 Virginia Tech NIT 1-0 Washington NCAA 0-1 West Virginia NIT 0-1 Wichita State NCAA 1-0 Xavier NCAA 0-1

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Georgia’s Post-Season Record by Opponent

History

Albuquerque, N.M. Ames, Iowa Athens, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Charlotte, N.C. Chattanooga, Tenn. Chicago, Illinois Clemson, S.C. Colorado Springs, Colo. Denver, Colo. Greensboro, N.C. Indianapolis, Ind. Iowa City, Iowa Lincoln, Neb. Louisville, Ky. Morgantown, W.Va. Murfreesboro, Tenn. New York, N.Y. Raleigh, N.C. Salt Lake City, Utah Syracuse, N.Y. Washington, D.C.

Rec. Round - Result

1995 Lincoln, Neb. 0-1 1st - Lost to Nebraska 69-61 1998 Iowa City, Iowa 1-0 1st - Def. Iowa 100-93 Raleigh, N.C. 2-0 2nd - Def. N.C. State 61-55 Athens, Ga. 3-0 3rd - Def. Vanderbilt 79-65 New York 3-1 Semifinals - Lost to Penn St. 66-60 New York 4-1 3rd-Place - Def. Fresno St. 95-79 1999 Clemson, S.C. 0-1 1st - Lost to Clemson 77-57 2004 Ames, Iowa 0-1 1st - Lost to Iowa St. 82-74 2007 Athens, Ga. 1-0 1st - Def. Frenso State 88-78 Colorado Spr., Col. 1-1 2nd - Lost to Air Force 83-52 All-Time Record (11 appearances): W11, L11 Best Showing: 1982, 1998 - 3rd Place

Records

Georgia’s Post-Season Record by Site

Year Location

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1981 Athens Athens 1982 Athens Athens Athens New York 1984 Chattanooga 1986 Chattanooga Athens, Ga. 1988 Athens, Ga. Murfreesboro, Tenn. 1993 Morgantown, W.Va.

Opponent Info

Georgia in the National Invitation Tournament

Coaches & Support

*Appearance later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Player Bios

Greensboro, N.C. 1-0 1st Round - Defeated #5 Va. Commonwealth 56-54 Syracuse, N.Y. 2-0 Regional Semis - Defeated #1 St. John’s 70-67 Syracuse, N.Y. 3-0 Regional Finals - Defeated #2 UNC 82-77 Albuquerque, N.M. 3-1 Nat’l. Semis - Lost to West #6 N.C. State 67-60 Atlanta, Ga. 1-0 1st Round - Defeated #11 Wichita State 67-59 Atlanta, Ga. 1-1 2nd Round - Lost to #3 Illinois 74-58 Salt Lake City, Utah 0-1 1st Round - Lost to #9 Kansas State 82-79 (OT) Indianapolis, Ind. 0-1 1st Round - Lost to #10 Texas 100-88 Louisville, Ky. 0-1 1st Round - Lost to #6 Pittsburgh 76-68 (OT) Albuquerque, N.M. 1-0 1st Round - Defeated #9 Clemson 81-74 Albuquerque, N.M. 2-0 2nd Round - Defeated #1 Purdue 76-69 Denver, Colo. 2-1 Regional Semis - Lost to #4 Syracuse 83-81 (OT) Charlotte, N.C. 0-1 1st Round - Lost to #14 Chattanooga 73-70 Greensboro, N.C. 0-1 1st Round - Lost to #9 Missouri 70-68 Chicago, Illinois 1-0 1st Round - Defeated #14 Murray State 85-68 Chicago, Illinois 1-1 2nd Round - Lost to #11 Southern Illinois 75-72 Washington, D.C. 0-1 1st Round - Lost to #3 Xavier 73-61 Charlotte, N.C. 0-1 2nd Round - Lost to #7 Washington 68-65 All-Time Record (9 Appearances): Won 5, Lost 8 Best Showing: 1983 National Semifinalist

2013-14 Outlook

1983 East #4 East #6 1985* 1987 West #8 1990 Midwest #7 Southeast #11 1991 1996 West #8 1997 Southeast #3 2001 East #8 2002* East #3 2008 West #14 2011 East #10

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Chronological NCAA Results 1983 - East Region #4 Seed 2nd Round-East Region - Greensboro, N.C. March 19 - GEORGIA 56, #5 Va. Commonwealth 54 EAST REGIONAL - Syracuse, N.Y. March 25 - GEORGIA 70, #1 St. John’s 67 March 27 - GEORGIA 82, #2 North Carolina 77 FINAL FOUR - Albuquerque, N.M. April 2 - N.C. State 67, GEORGIA 60 1985 - East Region #6 Seed* 1st and 2nd Rounds - East Region - Atlanta, Ga. March 15 - GEORGIA 67, #11 Wichita State 59 March 17 - #3 Illinois 74, GEORGIA 58 1987 - West Region #8 Seed 1st Round - West Region - Salt Lake City, Utah March 12 - #9 Kansas State 82, GEORGIA 79 (OT) 1990 - Midwest Region #7 Seed 1st Round - Midwest Region - Indianapolis, Ind. March 16 - #10 Texas 100, GEORGIA 88 1991 - Southeast Region #11 Seed 1st Round - Southeast Region - Louisville, Ky. March 14 - #6 Pittsburgh 76, GEORGIA 68 (OT) 1996 - West Region #8 Seed 1st & 2nd Rounds - West Region - Albuquerque, N.M. March 14 - GEORGIA 81, #9 Clemson 74

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March 16 - GEORGIA 76, #1 Purdue 69 WEST REGIONAL - Denver, Colorado March 22 - #4 Syracuse 83, GEORGIA 81 (OT) 1997 - Southeast Region #3 Seed 1st & 2nd Rounds - Southeast Region - Charlotte, N.C. March 14 - #14 UT Chattanooga 73, Georgia 70 2001 - East Region #8 Seed 1st & 2nd Rounds - East Region - Greensboro, N.C. March 15 - #9 Missouri 70, GEORGIA 68 2002 - East Region #3 Seed* 1st & 2nd Rounds - East Region - Chicago, Ill. March 15 - #3 GEORGIA 85, #14 Murray State 68 March 17 - #11 Sou. Illinois 77, #3 GEORGIA 75 2008 - West Region #14 Seed 1st Round - West Region - Washington, D.C. March 20 - #3 Xavier 73, #14 GEORGIA 61 2011 - East Region #10 Seed 2nd Round - East Region - Charlotte, N.C. March 18 - #7 Washington 68, #10 Georgia 65 *Appearance later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.


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1983 NCAA TOURNAMENT

NCAA Semifinal - Albuquerque, N.M. April 2, 1983 NORTH CAROLINA STATE (67): Bailey 9-17 2-5 20, Charles 2-2 1-2 5, McQueen 4-5 0-0 8, Whittenburg 8-18 4-4 2, Lowe 4-6 2-2 10, Gannon 1-4 2-2 4. TOTALS: 28-52 11-15 67. GEORGIA (60): Banks 5-19 3-5 13, Heard 3-5 2-3 8, Fair 2-9 1-2 5, Crosby 5-15 2-2 12, Fleming 7-17 0-0 14; Corhen 3-6 0-1 6, Hartry 1-3 0-0 2. TOTALS: 26-74, 8-13, 60. Halftime Score: NCSU 33, GA 22; Rebounds: GA 39 (Fleming 11, Heard 10), NCSU 37 (McQueen 13, Bailey 10); Assists: NCST 19 (Lowe 11), GA 7 (Crosby, Fleming 2): FG Pct.: NCSU .538, GA .351; FT Pct.: NCSU .733, GA .615; Attendance: 17,327.

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3rd Round - Syracuse, N.Y. March 25, 1983 GEORGIA (70): Banks, 4-8, 2-3, 10; Heard, 3-5, 5-6, 11; Fair, 1121, 5-8, 27; Crosby, 3-9, 2-2, 8; Fleming, 5-11, 0-0, 10; Hartry, 1-3, 2-2, 4; Corhen, 0-2, 0-1, 0. TOTALS: 27-59, 16-22, 70. ST. JOHN’S (67): Russell, 4-8, 6-7, 14; Goodwin, 6-12, 0-2, 12, Wennington 5-8, 0-0, 10; Kelly, 0-2, 0-0, 0; Mullin, 6-11, 7-8, 19; Williams, 4-7, 4-4, 12; Stewart, 0-2, 0-0, 0. TOTALS: 25-50, 1721, 67. Halftime Score: St. John’s 29, GA 27; Rebounds: St. John’s 38 (Russell 12, Wennington 10), GA 26 (Fair 9, Heard 5); Assists: St. John’s 16 (Goodwin, Mullin 4) GA 12 (Fair 3); FG Pct.: St. John’s .500, GA .458; FT Pct.: St. John’s .809, GA .727; Attendance: 23,286.

History

East Regional Final - Syracuse, N.Y. March 27, 1983 GEORGIA (82): Banks, 7-10, 6-6, 20; Heard, 4-6, 0-0, 8; Fair, 5-6, 1-2, 11; Crosby, 6-12, 5-8, 17; Fleming, 6-16, 5-8, 17; Hartry, 1-1, 0-0, 2; Corhen, 3-6, 1-4, 7. TOTALS: 32-57, 18-28, 82. NORTH CAROLINA (77): Perkins, 5-9, 4-4, 14; Doherty, 3-8, 4-4, 10; Daugherty , 6-10, 3-3, 15; Jordan, 11-23, 4-5, 26; Braddock, 5-9, 0-1, 10; Hunter, 1-3, 0-0, 2; Hale, 0-1, 0-0, 0. TOTALS: 31-63,15-17, 77. Halftime Score: GA 37, NC 35; Rebounds: GA 37 (Heard 9, Fleming 8); NC 32 (Perkins 11, Daugherty 9); Assists: GA 16 (Fleming 5), NC 13 (Braddock 7); FG Pct.: GA .561, NC .492; FT Pct.: NC .882, GA . 643; Attendance: 22,984.

Records

2nd Round - Greensboro, N.C. March 19, 1983 VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH (54): F. Brown, 6-10, 2-2, 14; M. Brown, 5-7, 0-0, 10; Schlegel, 2-6, 0-1, 4; Lamb, 3-4, 0-0, 6; Duncan, 5-12, 3-5, 13; Davis, 0-1, 0-0, 0; Corker, 2-6, 3-6, 7. TOTALS: 2346, 8-14, 54. GEORGIA (56): Banks, 7-12, 0-0, 14; Heard, 1-2, 0-2, 2; Fair, 4-10, 1-2, 9; Crosby, 5-13, 1-2, 11; Fleming, 7-13, 2-3, 16; Hartry, 1-3, 2-2, 4. TOTALS: 25-53, 6-11, 56. Halftime Score: GA 29, VCU 27; Rebounds: GA 31 (Heard 8, Banks, Fair 6), VCU 26 (F. Brown 8); Assists: GA 20 (Banks 8), VCU 15 (Lamb 7); FG Pct.: VCU .500, GA .472; FT Pct.: VCU .571, GA .545; Attendance: 14,865.

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TWO OF GEORGIA’S BEST-EVER SHOWINGS IN NCAA TOURNAMENT ACTION: (Above) The 1983 Bulldogs upended top-seeded St. John’s and No. 2 seed North Carolina en route to the Final Four in Albuquerque. (Right) Shandon Anderson battles Jason Cipolla of Syracuse for a loose ball in their 1996 Sweet Sixteen matchup.

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Georgia has played two NCAA Tournament games in Greensboro, N.C.: its first-ever, in 1983, and in 2001 against Missouri (above). 1985 NCAA Tournament

1st Round - Atlanta, Ga. March 15, 1985 WICHITA STATE (59): Coleman, 2-3, 0-2, 4; McDaniel, 11-18, 0-0, 22; Carr, 1-3, 0-0, 2; Arline, 1-7, 1-2, 3; Sherrod, 8-16, 1-1, 17; Papke, 5-10, 1-1, 11, Normore, 0-1, 0-0, 0. TOTALS: 28-58, 3-6, 59. GEORGIA (67): Corhen 2-5 3-4 7; Ward 5-10 0-0 10; Henderson 10-18 0-2 20; Crosby 5-8 3-4 13; Hartry 2-7 0-0 4; McMillan 3-3 0-0 6; Dunn 0-3 0-0 0; Howard 2-3 2-4 6; Kessler 0-0 1-3 1. TOTALS: 29-57 9-17 67. Halftime: GA 27, WS 27; Rebs: GA 34 (Corhen, Dunn, Henderson 6), WS 32 (McDaniel 11); Assists: GA 16 (Crosby 5), WS 8 (Arline 3); FG Pct.: GA .509, WS . 483; FT Pct.: GA .529, WS .500; Att.: 14,311. 2nd Round - Atlanta, Ga March 17, 1985 GEORGIA (58): Corhen, 1-2, 0-0, 2; Ward, 7-15, 3-3, 17; Henderson, 5-14, 3-4, 13; Crosby, 4-9, 0-0, 8; Hartry, 0-2, 0-0, 0; Howard, 1-3, 1-2, 3; Kessler, 2-3, 0-0, 4; McMillan, 1-4, 0-3, 2; Dunn, 3-3, 1-1, 7; Williams, 1-1, 0-0, 2. TOTALS: 25-56, 8-13, 58. ILLINOIS (74): Winters 6-9 7-7, 19; Welch 4-8 0-0 8; Norman 7-11 1-2 15; Altenberger 7-10 2-2 16; Douglas 2-9 1-2 5; Wysinger 2-3 3-4 7; Meents 1-3 0-0 2; Haftner 1-2 0-0 2. TOTALS: 30-55 14-17 74. Halftime: ILL 34, GA 19; Rebs: ILL 34 (Norman 9, Winters 5), GA 26 (Dunn 7, Henderson 5); Assists: ILL 19 (Douglas 11), GA 15 (Crosby 6); FG Pct.: ILL .545, GA .446; FT Pct.: ILL .824, GA .615; Att.: 16,723.

**NCAA Tournament berth later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

1987 NCAA Tournament

1st Round - Salt Lake City, Utah March 12, 1987 KANSAS STATE (82): Bledsoe, 6-12, 1-4, 13; Simmons, 0-1, 0-0, 0; Richmond, 10-19, 9-12, 34; Henson, 1-3, 2-2, 4; Scott, 5-8, 4-4, 17; Coleman, 6-12, 2-4, 14. TOTALS: 28-55, 18-26, 82. GEORGIA (79): C. Kessler 7-11 2-4 16; Kirce 1-2 0-0 2; Burdette 3-5 2-2 8; Williams 3-12 0-0 6; Anderson 13-20 6-6 35; Blakley 1-4 0-2 2; Harron 0-0 1-2 1; A. Kessler 4-5 1-2 9. TOTALS: 32-59 12-16 79. Halftime Score: KSU 31, GA 29; End of Regulation: 72-72; Rebounds: KSU 32 (Richmond, Coleman 11), GA 31 (C. Kessler, A. Kessler 6); Assists: GA 18 (Kirce, Williams, Anderson 5), KSU 17 (Richmond, Henson 5); FG Pct.: GA .542, KSU .509; 3-Pt. Pct.: KSU .889 (8x9), GA .428 (3x7); FT Pct.: GA .750, KSU .692; Att.: 11,307. 156

Terrell Bell’s dominance of the inside play — he scored 15 points and blocked seven shots — ignited the 1996 Bulldogs to a second-round upset of No. 1 seed Purdue, 76-69 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.


Bulldogs in the Postseason Native New Yorker Vern celebrating when the 1983 Bulldogs won the NCAA East Regional in Syracuse, N.Y.

1996 NCAA Tournament

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1st Round - Salt Lake City, Utah March 12, 1987 KANSAS STATE (82): Bledsoe, 6-12, 1-4, 13; Simmons, 0-1, 0-0, 0; Richmond, 10-19, 9-12, 34; Henson, 1-3, 2-2, 4; Scott, 5-8, 4-4, 17; Coleman, 6-12, 2-4, 14. TOTALS: 28-55, 18-26, 82. GEORGIA (79): C. Kessler 7-11 2-4 16; Kirce 1-2 0-0 2; Burdette 3-5 2-2 8; Williams 3-12 0-0 6; Anderson 13-20 6-6 35; Blakley 1-4 0-2 2; Harron 0-0 1-2 1; A. Kessler 4-5 1-2 9. TOTALS: 32-59 12-16 79. Halftime Score: KSU 31, GA 29; End of Reg.: 72-72; Rebounds: KSU 32 (Richmond, Coleman 11), GA 31 (C. Kessler, A. Kessler 6); Assists: GA 18 (Kirce, Williams, Anderson 5), KSU 17 (Richmond, Henson 5); FG Pct.: GA .542, KSU .509; 3-Pt. Pct.: KSU .889 (8x9), GA .428 (3x7); FT Pct.: GA .750, KSU .692; Att.: 11,307.

Mar. 22, 1996 West Regional Semifinal - Denver, Colo. GEORGIA (81): Strong 1-8 2-4 4, Anderson 8-19 8-9 25, Bell 1-1 1-2 3, Robinson 7-13 2-3 21, Davis 5-14 3-4 16, Harrison 2-7 0-0 4, Smith 0-4 0-1 0, Jones 2-8 0-1 4, Chadwick 0-0 2-2 2, Brown 1-3 0-2 2, Nordin 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 27-77 18-28 81. SYRACUSE (83): Burgan 2-5 3-9 7, Wallace 10-18 9-12 30, Hill 8-10 3-5 19, Sims 3-7 2-2 10, Cipolla 7-13 1-2 17, Reafsnyder 0-3 0-0 0, Janulis 0-1 0-0 0, Lazor 0-1 0-0 0, Ovcina 0-0 0-0 0, McNabb 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 30-58 18-30 83. Halftime: Syracuse 37, Georgia 30. Regulation: 70-all. 3-Pt. FG: Georgia 9-27, Syracuse 5-17; Rebs: Georgia 42 (Anderson 13), Syracuse 42 (Wallace 15); Asts: Georgia 16 (Davis 6), Syracuse 18 (Sims 10); FG%: Georgia .351, Syracuse .517; FT%: Georgia .643, Syracuse .600; Att.: 17,047.

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1987 NCAA Tournament

Mar. 16, 1996 West Reg. 2nd Round - Albuquerque GEORGIA (76): Robinson 1-5 3-4 5, Davis 3-8 5-6 12, Strong 6-11 5-8 17, Anderson 5-7 4-6 15, Bell 5-5 5-7 15, Smith 1-3 3-4 6, Jones 0-1 0-0 0, Harrison 1-5 2-2 4, Chadwick 0-0 0-0 0, Nordin 1-2 0-1 2. TOTALS: 23-47 27-38 76. PURDUE (69): Austin 6-13 2-2 15, Dove 1-3 2-3 4, Roberts 3-13 0-1 8, Hairston 0-2 0-0 0, Brantley 4-7 4-4 14, Eldridge 0-0 0-0 0, Foster 2-7 1-2 7, Jennings 3-7 7-10 13, Clay 0-1 0-0 0, Miller 3-6 2-5 8. TOTALS: 22-59 18-27 69. Halftime Score: UGA 48, PU 35. 3-Pt. Goals: UGA 3-10, PU 7-22; Rebounds: UGA 33 (Strong, Bell 8), PU 37 (Roberts 8); Assists: UGA 18 (Davis, Harrison 4), PU 11 (Foster 4); FG Pct.: UGA .489, PU .374; FT Pct.: UGA .712, PU .667; Att.: 14,762.

Coaches & Support

West Regional 1st Round - Albuquerque Mar. 14, 1996 CLEMSON (74): Jurkunas 7-11 0-0 19, McIntyre 4-8 1-1 10, Buckner 9-17 2-2 20, Widerman 3-5 2-3 8, Christie 1-4 1-2 3, Johnson 2-3 0-0 6, Harder 1-3 0-0 3, Jamison 2-4 1-3 5. TOTALS: 29-55 7-11 74. GEORGIA (81): Davis 5-17 1-2 13, Harrison 2-5 2-2 8, Strong 7-12 4-4 18, Anderson 8-14 2-2 18, Bell 2-3 3-4 7, Smith 3-6 3-4 12, Jones 0-0 0-0 0, Chadwick 1-2 0-2 3, Nordin 1-1 0-0 2. TOTALS: 29-60 15-20 81. Halftime: UGA 26, CU 25. 3-Pt. FG: UGA 8-26, CU 9-16; Rebs: UGA 32 (Strong, Bell 7), CU 30 (Jurkunas 7); Asts: GA 15 (Davis 6), CU 15 (Buckner 7); FG%: UGA .484, CU .528; FT%: UGA .751, CU .637; Att.: 14,762.

Player Bios

1st Round - Louisville, Ky. March 14, 1991 PITTSBURGH (76): Shorter 8-12 7-10 23; Jones 1-3 0-0 2; Martin 2-5 1-2 5; Miller 2-6 4-4 10; Matthews 3-9 2-3 10; Porter 1-7 6-6 8; Morningstar 1-3 1-2 3; Morgan 0-0 0-0 0; Shareef 0-0 0-0 0; McNeal 0-4 3-4 3; Glover 4-6 0-0 12. TOTALS: 22-56 24-31 76. GEORGIA (68): Harvey 5-13 1-3 11; Wilson 9-21 0-0 22; Austin 1-2 0-0 2; Patton 5-14 1-1 14; Cole 1-4 4-4 6; Tinch 2-4 1-3 5; Bennett 1-3 2-4 4; Golden 2-2 0-1 4; Howard 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 26-63 9-16 68. Halftime: Pitt 30, GA 29; Regulation:  GA 66, Pitt 66; Rebs: Pitt 41 (Shorter 13), GA 38 (Austin 8); Assists: Pitt 16 (Miller, Porter 6), GA 14 (Cole, Patton 4); FG Pct.: GA .413, Pitt .393; 3-Pt. Pct.: Pitt .421 (8x19), GA .259 (7x27); FT Pct.: Pitt .774, GA .563; Att.: 15,138.

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Fleming led the

1991 NCAA Tournament

1997 NCAA Tournament 1st Round - Indianapolis, Ind. March 16, 1990 TEXAS (100): Blanks 9-14 0-2 21; Collie 3-5 0-1 6; Myers 4-9 1-5 9; Wright, 5-14, 2-6, 12; Mays 10-17 23-27 44; Williams 3-7 0-2 6; Jeans 0-0 0-2 0; Shepherd 1-1 0-0 2. TOTALS: 35-68 26-45 100. GEORGIA (88): Kessler 12-17 9-10 33; Wilson 6-16 3-3 16; Austin 1-3 0-0 2; Green 6-17 4-9 17; Cole 5-11 0-0 11; Golden 0-2 2-2 62; Patton 2-6 1-1 5; Howard, 1-1, 0-0, 2. TOTALS: 33-73 19-25 88. Halftime: GA 41, TX 40; Rebounds: GA 45 (Kessler 17, Wilson 9), TX 39 (Myers 14, Mays 6); Assists: GA 12 (Green 4), TX 8 (Wright 4); FG Pct.: TX .515, GA .452; 3-Pt. Pct.: TX .286 (4x14), GA .231 (3x13); FT Pct.: GA .760, TX .578; Attendance: 39,940.

1st Round - Charlotte, N.C. March 14, 1997 UT-CHATTANOOGA (73): Conner 2-5 0-0 5, Taylor 6-12 5-6 19, Mims 4-6 1-3 9, Young 8-14 6-7 24, Moore 1-2 0-0 3, Hutchins 0-0 0-0 0, Phillips 3-6 1-1 7, Collier 1-1 2-3 4, Oloko 0-0 2-2 2. TOTALS: 25-46 17-22 73. GEORGIA (70): Chadwick 1-7 0-0 3, Nordin 0-1 0-0 0, Hall 2-5 1-4 5, Smith 6-13 4-4 18, Harrison 6-10 1-2 14, Brown 2-2 4-4 8, Jones 3-6 1-2 9, Baker 3-3 1-2 7, Dukes 1-7 2-3 4. TOTALS: 25-55 14-23 70. Halftime: UT-Chatt. 46, Georgia 31. Rebs: UT-Chatt. 26 (Mims 6), Georgia 35 (Hall 7). Assists: UT-Chatt. 13 (Mims, Moore 3), Georgia 11 (Smith 7). TOs: UT-Chatt. 9 (Taylor, Moore 2), Georgia 7 (Chadwick 3). Blocks: UT-Chatt. 3 (Mims, Hutchins, Collier), Georgia 2 (Hall, Brown). FG Pct.: UT-Chatt. 54.3, Georgia 45.5. 3-Pt. Pct.: UT-Chatt. 54.5 (6x11), Georgia 40.0 (6x15). FT Pct.: UT-Chatt. 77.3, Georgia 60.9. Att.: 11,206

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1990 NCAA Tournament

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Jarvis Hayes in action against Southern Illinois at the 2002 NCAA Tournament.

and handed out seven assists in Georgia’s firstround NCAA game against UTChattanooga in 1997.

2002 NCAA Tournament**

2001 NCAA Tournament 1st Round - Greensboro, N.C. March 15, 2001 MISSOURI (70): Rush 5-17 1-2 12, Soyoye 3-6 4-5 10, Johnson 4-6 7-11 15, Gilbert 4-11 0-2 10, Grawer 3-5 0-0 9, Stokes 1-2 0-1 2, Bryant 1-2 0-0 2, Gage 0-2 0-0 0, Paulding 4-7 2-2 10, Parker 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 25-58 (6-17 3FGs) 14-23 70. GEORGIA (68): Williams 4-9 0-2 9, Coleman 1-3 0-0 2, Evans 3-8 10-11 16, Wright 3-5 1-3 8, Layne 3-10 0-0 7, Jones 2-5 0-1 4, Dryden 8-11 2-2 18, Daniels 0-1 2-4 2, Thomas 1-2 0-0 2. TOTALS: 25-54 (3-8 3FGs) 15-23 68. Halftime: Georgia 33, Missouri 32. Rebs: Missouri 35 (Johnson 9), Georgia 36 (Evans 12). Assists: Missouri 16 (Gilbert 5), Georgia 15 (Jones 5). Turnovers: Missouri 15 (Rush 3), Georgia 18 (four with 3). Blocks: Missouri (Rush 3), Georgia 3 (Dryden 2). FG Pct.: Missouri 43.1, Georgia 46.3. 3-Pt. Pct.: Missouri 35.3, Georgia 37.5. FT Pct.: Missouri 60.9, Georgia 65.2. Att.: 18,932.

1st Round - Chicago, Illinois March 15, 2002 MURRAY STATE (68): Welchel 1-7 0-0 2, Victor 10-20 1-4 23, Singleton 5-12 1-2 11, Burdine 7-20 2-2 21, Paschel 2-8 0-1 5, Henderson 2-4 0-0 6, Thomas 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 27-71 4-9 68. GEORGIA (85): Ja. Hayes 14-22 1-1 31, Daniels 4-5 3-3 11, Thomas 0-2 1-2 1, Williams 2-9 5-6 10, Wright 6-10 2-3 16, Dean 1-3 0-2 2, Gibson 0-2 0-0 0, Jo. Hayes 5-10 4-4 14. TOTALS: 32-63 16-21 85. Halftime: Georgia 42, Murray State 39. Rebounds: Murray State 42 (Singleton 12, Victor 8), Georgia 38 (Jo. Hayes 14, Daniels 8). Assists: Murray State 15 (Welchel 7, Paschel 4), Georgia 21 (Wright 10, Ja. Hayes 4). Turnovers: Murray State 17 (Burdine 6, Singleton 4), Georgia 13 (Daniels, Williams 3). Blocks: Murray State 2 (Singleton 2), Georgia 3 (Daniels, Williams, Wright). FG Pct.: Murray State .380, Georgia .508. 3-Point Pct.: Murray State .400, Georgia .417. FT Pct.: Murray State .444, Georgia .762. Att.: 20,926. 2nd Round - Chicago, Illinois March 17, 2002 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS (77): Dearman 10-15 5-7 25, Hairston 1-6 0-1 3, Roberts 4-9 1-8 9, Belcher 2-2 0-0 5, Williams 4-11 2-2 11, Brooks 5-8 3-4 16, Buie 0-0 0-0 0, Willis 0-1 0-0 0, Korn 2-4 3-4 3. TOTALS: 28-56 14-26 77. GEORGIA (75): Ja. Hayes 8-15 6-8 26, Daniels 1-5 4-6 5, Thomas 2-4 2-2 6, Williams 3-11 6-8 13, Wright 6-15 2-3 16, Dean 0-1 2-2 2, Gibson 0-0 0-0 0, Jo. Hayes 2-4 2-2 6. TOTALS: 22-55 24-31 75. Halftime: Georgia 38, Southern Illinois 35. Rebounds: Southern Illinois 27 (Roberts 9, Dearman 8), Georgia 45 (Thomas 12, Ja. Hayes 11). Assists: Southern Illinois 18 (Hairston 5, Roberts 4), Georgia 11 (Wright 5, Ja. Hayes 3). Turnovers: Southern Illinois 6 (Buie 2), Georgia 14 (Daniels 5, Williams 3). Blocks: Southern Illinois 3 (Williams, Brooks, Buie), Georgia 2 (Daniels, Thomas). FG Pct.: Murray State .500, Georgia .400. 3-Point Pct.: Southern Illinois .538, Georgia .500. FT Pct.: Southern Illinois .538, Georgia .774. Att.: 21,525. **2002 NCAA Tournament appearance later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

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Gerald Robinson drives for a score against Washington in the 2011 NCAA Tournament.

Player Bios Coaches & Support Opponent Info 2012-13 in Review

Sundiata Gaines helped lead Georgia back to the NCAA Tournament after a 6-year absence.

2008 NCAA Tournament

UGA Team NCAA TOURNAMENT HIGHS

POINTS: 85 vs. Murray State, 2002 FGM: 32 in 4 games. Recent: Murray State, 2002 FGA: 74 vs. N.C. State, 1983 FG PCT: .561 (32x57) vs. North Carolina, 1983 FTM: 27 vs. Purdue, 1996 FTA: 36 vs. Purdue, 1996 FT PCT: .750 vs. Wichita St., 1985, Purdue, 1996, Washington, 2011 AST: 21 vs. Murray State, 2002 STL: 12 vs. N.C. State, 1983 BLK: 8 vs. Purdue, 1996

Media Information

2nd Round - Charlotte, N.C. March 18, 2011 GEORGIA (65): Thompkins 11-14 2-2 26, Price 3-9 5-6 11, Leslie 4-13 4-5 12, Ware 1-3 1-2 4, Robinson 4-10 2-2 12, Thornton 0-0 0-0 0, Barnes 0-1 0-2 0, V. Williams 0-0 0-0 0, D. Williams 0-0 0-0 0, Brantley 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 23-50 14-19 65. WASHINGTON (68): Bryan-Amaning 3-8 2-2 8, Holiday 3-7 0-0 6, Gant 3-5 0-0 7, Thomas 6-14 7-7 19, Ross 0-5 0-0 0, Overton 2-5 2-3 6, N’Diaye 3-3 0-0 6, Suggs 4-7 0-0 10, Wilcox 2-6 1-2 6. TOTALS: 26-60 12-14 68. Halftime: Georgia 28, Washington 28. Rebs: Georgia 36 (Thompkins 11), Washington 29 (Bryan-Amaning 6). Assists: Georgia 9 (Leslie 5), Washington 10 (Thomas 7). Turnovers: Georgia 15 (Thompkins, Ware 3), Washington 5 (Thomas 2). Blocks: Georgia 1 (Leslie), Washington 1 (Bryan-Amaning). FG Pct.: Georgia .460, Washington .433. 3-Pt. Pct.: Georgia .417, Washington .143. FT Pct.: Georgia .750, Washington .833. Att.: 16,852.

POINTS: 35 by Willie Anderson vs. Kansas State, 1987 REB: 17 by Alec Kessler vs. Texas, 1990 FGM: 14 by Jarvis Hayes vs. Murray State, 2002 FGA: 22 by Jarvis Hayes vs. Murray State, 2002 FTM: 10 by Anthony Evans vs. Missouri, 2001 FTA: 11 by Anthony Evans vs. Missouri, 2001 AST: 10 by Rashad Wright vs. Murray State, 2002 STL: 6 by Terry Fair vs. N.C. State, 1983 BLK: 7 by Terrell Bell vs. Purdue, 1996

History

2011 NCAA Tournament

UGA Individual NCAA TOURNAMENT HIGHS Records

1st Round - Washington, D.C. March 20, 2008 GEORGIA (63): Gaines 6-14 0-0 13, Woodbury 6-12 1-2 16, Humphrey 5-9 0-0 12, Jackson 1-6 2-2 4, Bliss 3-4 0-0 6, Swansey 0-1 0-0 0, Brewer 0-1 0-0 0, Butler 0-2 0-1 0, Price 5-7 0-0 10. TOTALS: 26-56 3-5 61. XAVIER (73): Duncan 4-9 11-14 20, Brown 7-9 4-5 19, Anderson 0-3 6-6 6, Lavender 5-12 2-2 13, Burrell 0-3 3-4 3, Raymond 3-9 0-0 8, Jackson 1-1 0-0 3, Love 0-1 1-2 1. TOTALS: 20-47 27-33 73. Halftime: Georgia 35, Xavier 26. Rebs: Georgia 31 (Woodbury 7), Xavier 29 (Brown 11). Assists: Georgia 10 (Gaines 6), Xavier 11 (Burrell 5). Turnovers: Georgia 13 (Gaines 5), Xavier 7 (Brown, Lavender 2). Blocks: Georgia 2 (Gaines, Humphrey), Xavier 2 (Duncan, Brown). FG Pct.: Georgia .464, Xavier .426. 3-Pt. Pct.: Georgia .333, Xavier .333. FT Pct.: Georgia .600, Xavier .818. Att.: 18,400.

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National Invitation Tournament

(1981, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1993, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2004, 2007) Chronological NIT Results 1981

1st Round - Athens, Ga. March 11 - GEORGIA 74, Old Dominion 60 2nd Round - Athens, Ga. March 16 - South Alabama 73, GEORGIA 72

1982

1st, 2nd and 3rd Rounds - Athens, Ga. March 11 - GEORGIA 73, Temple 60 March 15 - GEORGIA 83, Maryland 69 March 18 - GEORGIA 90, Virginia Tech 73 Semifinals - New York, N.Y. March 22 - Purdue 61, GEORGIA 60

1984

1st Round - Chattanooga, Tenn. March 14 - UT-Chattanooga 74, GEORGIA 69

1986

1st Round - Chattanooga, Tenn. March 13 - GEORGIA 95, UT-Chattanooga 81 2nd Round - Athens, Ga. March 17 - Clemson 77, GEORGIA 65

1988

1st Round - Athens, Ga. March 17 - GEORGIA 53, Ga. Southern 48 2nd Round - Murfreesboro, Tenn. March 22 - Middle Tennessee St. 69, GEORGIA 59

Georgia’s NIT Individual Records

1995

1st Round - Lincoln, Nebraska March 16 - Nebraska 69, GEORGIA 61

1998

1st Round - Iowa City, Iowa March 11 - Georgia 100, Iowa 93 2nd Round - Raleigh, N.C. March 17 - Georgia 61, N.C. State 55 3rd Round - Athens, Ga. March 19 - Georgia 79, Vanderbilt 65 Semifinals- New York, N.Y. March 24 - Penn State 66, Georgia 60 Third-Place Game - New York, N.Y. March 26 - Georgia 95, Fresno State 79

1999

1st Round - Clemson, S.C. March 10 - Clemson 77, GEORGIA 57

2004

1st Round - Ames, Iowa March 18 - Iowa State 82, Georgia 74

2007

1st Round - Athens, Ga. March 14 - GEORGIA 88, Fresno State 78 2nd Round - Colorado Springs, Colo. March 19 - Air Force 83, GEORGIA 52

1993

1st Round - Morgantown, W.Va. March 17 - West Virginia 95, GEORGIA 84

POINTS: 30 by Levi Stukes vs. Fresno State, 2007 FGM: 11 by Dominique Wilkins vs. Virginia Tech, 1982 by Levi Stukes vs. Fresno State, 2007 FGA: 21 by Dominique Wilkins vs. Virginia Tech, 1982 FTM: 8 by Dominique Wilkins vs. Temple, 1982 8 by Joe Ward vs. Tennessee-Chattanooga, 1984 FTA: 13 by Dominique Wilkins vs. Temple, 1982 REB: 15 by Jumaine Jones vs. Penn State, 1998 AST: 11 by G.G. Smith vs. Fresno State, 1998 STL: 5 by Sundiata Gaines vs. Fresno State, 2007 BLK: 3 by three players

NIT Team Records POINTS: 100 vs. Iowa, 1998 FGM: 39 vs. UT-Chattanooga, 1986 & vs. Iowa, 1998 FGA: 74 vs. West Virginia, 1993 FG PCT: .600 (39x65) vs. Tenn.-Chattanooga, 1986 FTM: 24 vs. Virginia Tech, 1982 FTA: 30 vs. Virginia Tech, 1982; West Virginia, 1993) FT PCT: .857 (6x7) vs. South Alabama, 1981 AST: 19 vs. Iowa, 1998 STL: 12 vs. Virginia Tech, 1982; Fresno State, 2007 BLK: 7 vs. Virginia Tech, 1982; Clemson, 1986

1981 NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT 1st Round - Athens, Ga. March 11, 1981 OLD DOMINION (60): Mann 3-11 0-0 6, McAdoo 7-19 4-4 18, West 8-13 0-0 16, Robinson 1-10 0-0 2, Vaughan 5-15 0-0 10, Kragtwijk 2-4 0-0 4, Adams 0-1 0-0 0, Broxton 2-4 0-0 4, TOTALS: 28-77 4-4 60. GEORGIA (74): Wilkins 9-20 3-5 21; Banks 4-7 4-4 12; Fair 6-15 3-4 15; Fleming 3-8 5-5 11; Marbury 4-10 0-0 8; Heard 0-0 0-0 0; Morris 0-2 1-2, 1; Fowler 1-2, 0-0, 2; Wallace 1-1, 0-0, 2; Truesdale 1-1 0-0 2. TOTALS: 29-66 16-20 74. Halftime: GA 32, ODU 20; Rebounds: GA 47 (Fair 13, Wilkins 12), ODU 43 (McAdoo 12, West 10); Assists: GA 16 (Fleming 4, Wilkins, Banks 3), ODU 6 (Robinson, Vaughan 2); FG Pct.: GA .439, ODU .364; FT Pct.: ODU 1.000, GA .800; Attendance: 8,150. 2nd Round - Athens, Ga. March 16, 1981 SOUTH ALABAMA (73): White, 6-14, 4-4, 16; Rains, 9-15, 7-8, 25; May, 5-9, 0-0, 10; Andrew, 4-8, 0-0, 8; Williams, 4-6, 2-2, 10; Hafley, 2-4, 0-0, 4. TOTALS: 30-56, 13-14, 73. GEORGIA (72): Wilkins 9-20 1-2 19; Banks 5-8 2-2 12; Fair 9-13 0-0 18; Fleming 4-9 1-1 9; Marbury 6-17 2-2 14. TOTALS: 33-67, 6-7, 72. Halftime: GA 43, USA 42; Rebounds: GA 32 (Fair 9, Banks 7), USA 30 (White 10, May 6); Assists: GA 16 (Marbury 5, Wilkins, Fleming 4), USA 12 (Andrew 5, Rains 3); FG Pct.: USA .536, GA .493; FT Pct.: USA .929, GA .857; Attendance: 7,750.

1982 NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT 1st Round - Athens, Ga. March 11, 1982 TEMPLE (60): Hall, 2-7, 2-2, 6; Stansbury, 5-16, 1-3, 11; McCullough, 8-19, 0-0, 1 6; Coe, 3-5, 0-2, 6; Broadnax, 4-6, 0-0, 8; Rayne, 6-8, 1-1, 13; McNish, 0-3, 0-0, 0; Werfel 0-1 0-0 0; Forrester 0-0 0-0 0; Kaylor 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 28-65 4-8 60. GEORGIA (73): Banks, 3-5, 2-4, 8; Wilkins, 8-21, 8-13, 24, Fair, 2-6, 2-4 6; Marbury, 6-10, 2-2, 14; Fleming, 2-5, 1-2, 5; Heard, 1-1, 0-0, 2, Crosby, 7-10, 0-1, 14; Corhen, 0-0, 0-0, 0; TOTALS: 29-58, 15-26, 73. Halftime: GA 37, Temple 32; Rebounds: Temple 43 (McCullough 13, Hall 8),

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Terry Fair played big roles on three different postseason teams for the Bulldogs (1981 NIT, 1982 NIT and 1983 NCAA).

Georgia 34 (Wilkins 12, Fair 6); Assists: Georgia 13 (Fleming 5, Marbury, Fair 2), Temple 8 (Stansbury 4, Coe, Broadnax 2); FG Pct.: Georgia .500, Temple .431; FT Pct.: Georgia .577, Temple .500; Attendance: 5,121.


Bulldogs in the Postseason

1st Round - Lincoln, Neb. March 16, 1995 GEORGIA (61): Strong 3-10 2-4 8; Anderson 8-16 5-5 22; Claxton 0-4 3-6 3; Robinson 0-2 0-0 0; Davis 5-15 0-0 12; Wilson 6-11 0-0 16; Jones 0-0 0-0 0; Carrington 0-2 0-0 0, Bell 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 22-60, 10-15, 61. NEBRASKA (69): Badgett 5-7 1-2 11, Brooks 2-6 2-2 6; Moore 5-10 2-2 12; Strickland 8-19 3-3 21; Boone 5-13 1-3 11, Surles 0-4 0-0 0; Wald 3-6 0-0 6; Sallee 0-1 2-2 2; Glock 0-1 0-0 0. TOTALS: 28-67 11-14 69. Halftime.: GA 40, Nebraska 37. Rebounds: GA 36 (Strong, Anderson 10, Claxton 7), Nebraska 44 (Strickland 10, Moore 7). Assists: GA 13 (Robinson 7, Davis 2), Nebraska 19 (Boone 6, Strickland 4). FG Pct.: GA .367, Nebraska .418. 3-Pt. Pct.: GA .318 (7x22), Nebraska .095 (2x21); FT Pct.: GA .667, Nebraska .786; Att.: 8,040.

1998 NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT 1st Round - Iowa City, Iowa March 11, 1998 GEORGIA (100): Brown 3-4 5-6 11, J. Jones 5-14 3-5 14, Chadwick 4-5 0-0 9, Smith 6-10 2-2 18, Harrison 10-17 2-3 22, A. Jones 0-0 0-0 0, Ransom 6-8 2-4 14, Hall 2-2 0-0 4, Dukes 2-3 0-2 6, Dryden 0-0 0-0 0, Nordin 1-1 0-0 2. IOWA (93): Davis 9-21 5-7 25, Galloway 2-7 0-0 5, Bowen 11-15 2-6 24, Oliver 3-6 3-4 9, McCausland 3-9 0-0 9, Bauer 0-0 2-2 2, Rucker 0-3 0-0 0, Luehrsmann 1-6 1-2 3, Simmons 1-1 0-0 2, Koberg 0-0 0-0 0, Rabenold 0-0 0-0 0, Koch 0-1 6-6 6, Moore 3-5 1-2 8, Haberer 0-0 0-0 0, Terrones 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 33-74 20-29 93.

Media Information

2nd Round - Athens, Ga March 17, 1986 CLEMSON (77): Corbit 11-16 2-3 24; Grant 12-19 0-0 24; McCants 5-8 2-2 12; Michael 1-4 3-3, 5; Marshall 1-2 0-1 2; Tait 0-1 2-2 2; Middleton 1-2 0-0 2; Pryor 2-2 0-1 2; Jenkins 1-3 0-0 2. TOTALS: 34-57, 9-12, 77. GEORGIA (65): McMillan 4-8, 0-0, 8; Ward 4-7, 0-0, 8; Dunn 2-5, 2-3, 6; Williams 2-8, 0-0, 4; Hartry 8-20, 1-2, 17; Mack 3-5, 2-3, 8; Anderson 1-7, 4-4, 6; Kessler 4-7, 0-0, 8. TOTALS: 28-67, 9-12, 65.

1995 NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT

History

1st Round - Chattanooga, Tenn. March 13, 1986 GEORGIA (95): McMillan 2-3 3-5 7, Ward 4-10 4-6 12, Dunn 4-6 0-0 8, Williams 6-8 5-9 17 Hartry 10-17 2-2 22, Hamilton 3-5 0-0 6, Mack 3-3 1-1 7, Kessler 1-3 3-3 4, Anderson 6-10 0-0 12. TOTALS: 39-65 17-25 95. UT-CHATTANOOGA (81): Hunter 1-4, 0-0, 2; Ivery 9-13, 0-1, 18; Fulse 4-6, 2-2, 10; Jeter 3-15, 1-2, 7; Gibson 5-8, 1-2, 11; Head 4-8, 5-5, 13; Ingram 2-2, 0-0, 4; Harris 5-10, 0-0, 10; Crank 2-5, 0-0, 4; Ferguson 1-1, 0-0, 2. TOTALS: 36-72, 9-12, 81. Halftime: GA 43, UTC 36; Rebounds: UTC 38 (Ivery 16, Fulse 6), GA 34 (McMillan 12, Dunn 4); Assists: UTC 17 (Head 7, Crank 3), GA 10 (McMillan, Ward, Dunn, Hartry 2); FG Pct.: GA .600, UTC .500; FT Pct.: UTC .750, GA .680; Attendance: 5,986.

1st Round - Morgantown, W.Va. March 17, 1993 GEORGIA (84): Jackson, 7-16, 0-0, 16; Strong, 3-8, 1-5, 7; Claxton, 8-13, 5-9, 21; Wilson, 3-13, 7-8, 14; Davis, 2-9, 1-2, 7; Rhine, 3-7, 1-1, 9; Golden, 0-3, 0-0, 0; Anderson, 3-3, 1-3, 7; Bennett, 1-2, 1-2, 3; Jones, 0-0, 0-0, 0; Peterson, 0-0, 0-0, 0. TOTALS: 30-74, 17-30, 84. WEST VIRGINIA (95): Robinson, 4-5, 3-5, 11; Greene, 6-12, 10-13, 22; Wilson, 0-2, 0-0, 0; Basey, 4-11, 6-6, 16; Shelton, 7-13, 4-6, 20; Boyd, 6-8, 6-9, 18; Roadcap, 1-2, 0-0, 2; Bodkin, 2-2, 2-2, 6; Grmusa, 0-0, 0-0, 0. TOTALS: 30-55, 31-41, 95. Halftime: WV 42, GA 25; Rebounds: 51 (Claxton 16, Jackson 8, Wilson 7), WV 33 (Robinson 9, Greene 7); Assists: WV 24 (Robinson 5), GA 11 (Davis 4); FG Pct.: WV .545, GA .405; 3-Pt. Pct.: WV .400 (4x10), GA .318 (7x22); FT Pct.: WV .756, GA .567; Attendance: 5,114.

Records

1986 NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT

1993 National Invitation Tournament

2012-13 in Review

1st Round - Chattanooga, Tenn. March 14, 1984 GEORGIA (69): Banks 4-11, 3-4, 11; Ward 3-5, 8-8, 14; Corhen 2-5, 0-0, 4; Crosby 2-6, 0-0, 4; Fleming 9-16, 2-2, 20; McMillan 2-5, 0-0, 4; Hartry 5-12, 2-4, 12. TOTALS: 27-60, 15-18, 69. UT-CHATTANOOGA (74): Wilkins 8-14, 0-2, 16; Strickland 3-8, 0-0, 6; Morgan 4-6, 1-1, 9; McCray 2-5, 0-0, 4; White 11-18, 2-2, 24; Heard 1-1, 0-0, 2; Brown 0-1, 0-0, 0; Oden 4-7, 5-5, 13. TOTALS: 33-60, 8-10, 74. Halftime Score: UTC 31, GA 26; Rebounds: UTC 35 (Morgan 9, Oden 6), GA 31 (Corhen 9, Banks 5); Assists: UTC 11 (McCray 4, Wilkins, White 2), GA 8 (Crosby 3, Fleming 2); FG Pct.: UTC .550, GA .450; FT Pct.: UTC .833, GA .800; Attendance: 10,132.

2nd Round - Murfreesboro, Tenn. March 22, 1988 GEORGIA (59): Mack 6-10 2-3 14; Cole 2-6 0-0 4; Kessler 7-14 2-3 16; Hamilton 2-6 0-0 4; Anderson 7-13 4-4 18; Patton 2-5 0-0 5. TOTALS: 2459 10-11 59. MIDDLE TENN. STATE (69): Baynham 11-17 1-1 24; D. Rainey 3-8 0-3 6; Snell 3-5 2-2 10; Harris 1-5 0-2 2; C. Rainey 1-2 0-0 3; Ingram 1-2 0-0 2; Rogers 1-4 2-2 4-4; Henry 8-15 2-2 18. TOTALS: 29-59 7-12 69. Halftime: MTSU 36, GA 33; Rebounds: MTSU 47 (Henry 12, D. Rainey 9), GA 26 (Kessler 9); Assists: MTSU 19 (Harris 9, Snell 5), GA 10 (Hamilton 4); FG Pct.: MTSU .492, GA .407; 3-Pt. Pct.: MTSU .571 (4x7), GA .125 (1x8); FT Pct.: .909, MTSU .533; Att.: 9,000.

Opponent Info

1984 NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT

1st Round - Athens, Ga. March 17, 1988 GEORGIA SOUTHERN (48): Curry 4-8, 1-1, 9; Dixon 3-5, 3-3, 9; Sanders 7-15, 4-5, 18; Forrest 1-5, 0-0, 2; Stokes 2-7, 0-0, 6; Voitik 0-0, 2-2, 2; Miller 1-1, 0-0, 2. TOTALS: 18-41, 10-11, 48. GEORGIA (53): Mack 6-10, 2-3, 14; Cole 1-1, 0-0, 2; Kessler 3-6, 3-4, 9; Hamilton 1-6, 2-2, 4; Anderson 6-12, 2-2, 15; Harron 1-1, 2-2, 4; Austin 2-2, 1-1, 5. TOTALS: 20-42, 12-14, 53. Halftime: GSC 27, GA 20; Rebounds: GSC 28 (Curry 8), GA 19 (Mack 7, Anderson 5); Assists: GSC 8 (Forest 4), GA 8 (Cole, Hamilton, Anderson 2); FG Pct.: GA .476, GSC .439; 3-Pt. Pct.: GSC .222 (2x9), GA .167 (1x6); FT Pct.: GA .857, GSC .909; Att.: 3,157.

Coaches & Support

Semifinal Round - New York, N.Y. March 22, 1982 PURDUE (61): Eifert 0-2 0-0 0, Scearce 2-4 0-0 4, Cross 10-13 5-7 25, Edmonson 10-16 5-5 25, Hall 0-2 0-0 0, Palombizio 0-3 0-0 0, Stallings 1-1 0-0 2, Bullock 2-2 1-2 5. TOTALS: 25-43 11-14 61. GEORGIA (60): Banks 5-9 0-1 10, Wilkins 6-15 3-7 15, Fair 1-3 3-4 5, Fleming 4-8 0-2 8, Marbury 9-16 2-2 20, Heard 0-1 0-0 0, Corhen 1-3 0-0 2, Crosby 0-0 0-1 0. TOTALS: 26-55, 8-17, 60. Halftime: GA 30, Purdue 27; Rebounds: GA 25 (Banks 6, Fleming, M arbury 5), Purdue 24 (Cross, Palombizio 5, Scearce 4); Assists: Purdue 20 (Palombizio 6, Edmonson, Hall 4), GA 14 (Fleming 4, Banks, Fair, Marbury, Heard 2); FG Pct.: Purdue .581, GA .473; FT Pct.: Purdue .786, GA .471; Attendance: 10,817.

1988 NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT

Player Bios

3rd Round - Athens, Ga. March 17, 1982 VIRGINIA TECH (73): Bryan 5-14, 0-0, 10; Oldham 9-12, 0-0, 18, Soloman 6-17, 7-9, 19; Steppe 1-5, 0-0, 2; Schneider 9-18, 1-1, 19; Hardy 0-0, 0-0, 0; A. Young 1-4, 0-0, 2; P. Young 1-3, 1-2, 3; Cooke 0-0, 0-0, 0; Dixon 0-0, 0-0, 0. TOTALS: 32-73, 9-12, 73. GEORGIA (90): Banks 4-5, 7-9, 15; Wilkins 11-20, 5-5, 27; Fair 4-9, 1-2, 9; Marbury 5-15, 6-6, 16; Fleming 5-10, 3-4, 13; Heard 1-2, 1-2, 3; Crosby 0-1, 0-1, 0; Corhen 0-2, 0-0, 0; Lenard 0-0, 2-3, 2; Truesdale 0-0, 0-0, 0. TOTALS: 31-59, 21-30, 83. Halftime: VT 38, GA 33; Rebounds: VT 41 (Oldham 13, Soloman 9), GA 39 (Wilkins 15, Fleming, Banks 6); Assists: VT 18 (Bryan, Scneider 4, Oldham, Steppe 3), GA 16 (Fleming 6, Fair, Marbury 3); FG Pct.: GA .508, VT .438; FT Pct.: GA .538, VT .438; Att.: 8,684.

Halftime: Clemson 35, GA 32; Rebs: Clemson 35 (Grant 13, McCants 9), GA 33 (Dunn 9); Assists: Clemson 19 (Marshall 9, Corbit, McCants 3), GA 11 (Hartry 4, Williams 3); FG Pct.: Clemson .569, GA .418; FT Pct.: Clemson .750, GA .750; Att.: 4,552.

2013-14 Outlook

2nd Round - Athens, Ga. March 15, 1982 MARYLAND (69): Fothergill 1-4, 2-2, 4; Branch 10-25, 2-3, 22; Pittman 9-12, 3-6, 21; Jackson 1-5, 0-0, 2; Morley 3-7, 0-0, 6; Adkins 2-4, 0-0, 4; Holbert 0-4, 0-0, 0; Veal, 2-4, 2-2, 6; Driesell 0-1, 0-0, 0; Rivers 2-4, 0-0, 4; Baldwin 0-2, 0-0, 0. TOTALS: 30-72, 9-13, 69. GEORGIA (83): Banks 4-8, 1-3, 9; Wilkin 8-17, 7-11, 23; Fair 4-7, 0-0, 8; Marbury 10-16, 5-5, 25; Fleming 5-7, 2-3, 12; Heard 0-1, 4-4, 4; Crosby 0-1, 0-1, 0; Corhen 0-2, 0-0, 0; Lenard, 0-0, 2-3, 2; Truesdale 0-0, 0-0, 0; TOTALS: 31-59, 21-30, 83. Halftime: GA 37, MD 28; Rebs: GA 44 (Wilkins, Fleming 8, Fair,Banks 7), MD 37 (Pittman 10, Jackson, Veal 5); Assists: GA 17 (Fleming 9, Banks, Marbury 3), MD 12 (Morley, Holbert, Veal 3, Jackson 2); FG Pct.: GA .525, MD .417;   FT Pct.: GA .700, MD .692; Att.: 7,049.

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Bulldogs in the Postseason Halftime: Georgia 52, Iowa 50. 3-Pt. Goals : Georgia 8-16 (Smith 4-6, Dukes 2-3, Chadwick 1-1, J. Jones 1-3), Iowa 7-20 (Davis 2-4, McCausland 3-7, Galloway 1-5, Moore 1-2). Rebounds: Georgia 47 (J. Jones 8, Smith 7, Chadwick 6, Hall 6, Brown 5), Iowa 31 (Bowen 11, Davis 8). Assists: Georgia 19 (Harrison 9, Smith 5), Iowa 17 (Luehrsmann 5, McCausland 4, Galloway 3). Blocks: Georgia 4 (Dukes 2), Iowa 5 (Bowen 2). Steals: Georgia 4 (Ransom 2), Iowa 17 (Bowen 4). TOs: Georgia 21 (Smith 5), Iowa 10 (Luehrsmann 3). FG Pct.: Georgia .609, Iowa .446.   3-Pt. FG Pct.: Georgia .500, Iowa .350. FT Pct.: Georgia .636, Iowa .690. Att.: 5,167. 2nd Round - Raleigh, N.C. March 17, 1998 GEORGIA (61): Brown 3-5 2-3 8, Smith 2-6 0-0 5, J. Jones 8-17 1-2 20, Harrison 3-10 0-0 7, Chadwick 2-4 6-8 10, A. Jones 1-2 0-0 2, Ransom 1-3 1-2 3, Hall 1-1 2-2 4, Dukes 0-1 0-0 0, Nordin 1-2 0-0 2. TOTALS: 22-51 12-17 61. N.C. STATE (55): Benjamin 5-13 1-3 13, Gainey 0-2 0-0 0, Inge 1-13 8-10 10, Harrison 3-15 3-3 10, Kelley 6-6 1-1 13, Miller 1-6 0-0 3, Wells 2-2 0-0 4, Buffum 1-1 0-0 2. TOTALS: 19-58 13-17 55. Halftime Score: Georgia 26, N.C. State 14. 3-Pt. Goals: Georgia 5-15 (J. Jones 3-5, Harrison 1-3, Smith 1-4), N.C. State 4-23 (Benjamin 2-8, Harrison 1-8, Miller 1-5). Rebounds: Georgia 41 (J. Jones 9, Chadwick 7, Brown 6, Harrison 6), N.C. State 30 (Inge 10). Assists: Georgia 9 (Harrison 5, Chadwick 2, Brown 2). Blocks: Georgia 0, N.C. State 6 (Inge 4). Steals: Georgia 3 (Smith, J. Jones, Harrison 1), N.C. State 7 (Benjamin 2, Gainey 2). Turnovers: Georgia 15 (Harrison 4, Hall 3), N.C. State 7 (Benjamin 2). FG Pct.: Georgia .431, N.C. State .328.   3-Pt. FG Pct.: Georgia .333, N.C. State .174. FT Pct.: Georgia .706, N.C. State .765. Attendance: 12,400. 3rd Round - Athens, Ga. March 19, 1998 VANDERBILT (65): Ford 3-8 2-2 10, LaPointe 3-5 0-0 6, Bates 2-6 5-6 9, Strong 4-7 2-2 10, Maddux 6-17 2-2 19, Prater 0-0 0-0 0, Cugini 0-0 0-0 0, Williams 0-2 0-0 0, Langhi 5-11 1-3 11. GEORGIA (79): J. Jones 9-18 0-0 20, Chadwick 2-7 2-2 6, Brown 2-3 5-5 9, Smith 1-7 3-5 5, Harrison 3-11 2-2 10, A. Jones 1-2 0-0 2, Ransom 2-2 0-0 5, Hall 5-5 2-4 12, Dukes 3-9 2-3 10, Dryden 0-1 0-0 0. TOTALS: 28-65 16-21 79. Halftime: Vanderbilt 32, Georgia 31. 3-Pt. Goals: Georgia 7-28 (J. Jones 2-6, Harrison 2-6, Dukes 2-7, Ransom 1-1), Vanderbilt 7-19 (Maddux 5-12, Ford 2-2). REBs: Vanderbilt 37 (Maddux 7, Ford 5, Bates 5), Georgia 38 (J. Jones 12, Chadwick 5). ASTs: Vanderbilt 13 (Maddux 7, Ford 3), Georgia 17 (Smith 11, Chadwick 2, Harrison 2). Blocks: Vanderbilt 1 (Langhi), Georgia 5 (J. Jones 2). STL: Vanderbilt 6 (Strong 3), Georgia 9 (Smith 3, Harrison 3). TOs: Vanderbilt 17 (Ford 6), Georgia 11 (Chadwick 4). FG Pct.: Vanderbilt .411, Georgia .431.   3-Pt. FG Pct.: Vanderbilt .368, Georgia .250. FT Pct.: Vanderbilt .800, Georgia .762. Attendance: 4,312. Semifinal Round - New York, N.Y. March 24, 1998 GEORGIA (60): J. Jones 7-14 6-9 23, Chadwick 5-10 0-0 12, Brown 1-5 0-0 2, Smith 2-8 2-2 7, Harrison 3-13 0-2 6, Oliver 0-0 0-0 0, Dukes 2-6 0-0 4, A. Jones 0-1 2-3 2, Hall 2-4 0-1 4, Ransom 0-3 0-0 0, Nordin 0-3 0-0 0. TOTALS: 22-67 10-17 60. PENN STATE (66): Ivory 4-8 2-2 11, Jackson 2-2 0-0 4, Booth 4-10 3-7 11, Crispin 5-7 6-6 18, Lisicky 4-11 2-4 13, Stephens 1-3 0-0 2, Cline-Heard 2-2 1-2 5, Grays 0-3 2-2 2, Stevenson 0-1 0-0 0. TOTALS: 22-47 16-23 66. Halftime: Penn State 32, Georgia 28. 3-Pt. Goals: Georgia 6-24 (J. Jones 3-5, Chadwick 2-5, Smith 1-4), Penn State 6-15 (Lisicky 3-6, Crispen 2-4, Ivory 1-3). Rebounds: Georgia 39 (J. Jones 15, Hall 7), Penn State 39 (Lisicky 7, Ivory 6, Booth 6). Assists: Georgia 8 (Smith 3, Harrison 3), Penn State 12 (Ivory 4, Lisicky 3). Blocks: Georgia 1 (Oliver), Penn State 5 (Booth 5). Steals: Georgia 13 (J. Jones 4, Smith 3), Penn State 9 (Ivory 4). Turnovers: Georgia 14 (Smith 5, Harrison 4), Penn State 21 (Crispen 6). FG Pct.: Georgia .328, Penn State .468.   3-Pt. FG Pct.: Georgia .250, Penn State .400. FT Pct.: Georgia .588, Penn State .696. Attendance: 11,043 Third-Place Game - New York March 26, 1998 FRESNO STATE (79): Fowlkes 5-15 14-17 24, Roberson 4-12 0-2 10, Abney 6-9 3-4 15, Alston 2-9 0-0 6, Herren 5-13 3-4 14, Walton 2-8 0-0 5, Porter 1-2 0-0 3, Laurie 1-1 0-0 2. TOTALS: 26-69 20-27 79. GEORGIA (95): J. Jones 5-11 3-5 13, Chadwick 1-5 0-1 3, Brown 3-3 0-0 6, Smith 9-15 0-2 27, Harrison 6-9 4-4 20, Ransom 1-2 0-0 3,. A. Jones 1-1 0-0 2, Hall 3-5 0-0 6, Oliver 0-0 0-0 0, Dukes 5-10 1-2 15, Nordin 0-0 0-0 0, Dryden 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 34-61 8-14 95. Halftime: Georgia 42, Fresno St. 38. 3-Point Goals: Georgia 19-35 (Smith 9-15, Harrison 4-5, Dukes 4-9, Ransom 1-1, Chadwick 1-2, J. Jones 0-3), Fresno St. 7-23 (Alston 2-5, Herren 1-4, Walton 1-4, Porter 1-2, Roberson

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2-7). Rebounds: Georgia 41 (Hall 7), Fresno St. 36 (Abney 11). Assists: Georgia 21 (Smith 6). Blocks: Georgia 2 (J. Jones), Fresno St. 1 (Roberson). Steals: Georgia 9 (Harrison 3), Fresno St. 16 (Fowlkes 5). TOs: Georgia 26 (Harrison 4, Fresno St. 17 (Herren 4). FG Pct.: Georgia .557, Fresno St. .377.   3-Pt. FG Pct.: Georgia .543, Fresno St. .304. FT Pct.: Georgia .571, Fresno St. .741. Att.: 13,159.

1999 NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT March 10, 1998 First-Round Game - Clemson, S.C. GEORGIA (57): Jones 6-18 6-8 20, Chadwick 0-4 0-0 0, Nordin 2-4 0-0 5, Smith 2-7 1-2 6, Harrison 2-6 10-14 14, DeYoung 0-0 0-0 0, Edwards 0-4 0-0 0, Layne 1-11 4-5 7, Fields 1-4 2-2 4, Dryden 0-0 0-0 0, Oliver 0-1 1-4 1. TOTALS: 14-59 24-35 57. CLEMSON (77): Jurkunas 4-7 5-9 16, Jamison 6-13 3-6 15, Wideman 0-2 4-6 4, McIntyre 7-12 0-0 19, Christie 2-6 2-2 6, Solomon 1-9 4-6 6, Braddick 0-3 0-0 0, Gilmore 1-4 0-0 2, Allenspach 1-2 4-4 6, Douglas 1-1 0-0 3, Powell 0-1 0-0 0. TOTALS: 23-60 22-33 77. Halftime: Clemson 29, Georgia 13. 3-Point Goals: Georgia 5-32 (Jones 2-7, Layne 1-9, Smith 1-5, Nordin 1-1, Chadwick 0-2, Harrison 0-2, Edwards 0-3, Fields 0-3), Clemson 9-19 (Jurkunas 3-5, McIntyre 5-8, Douglas 1-1, Christie 0-2, Solomon 0-2, Powell 0-1). Rebounds: Georgia 38 (Jones 8), Clemson 57 (Jamison 15). Assists: Georgia 6 (Smith 2), Clemson 14 (Jurkunas 3). Blocks: Georgia 2 (Jones), Clemson 4 (Solomon 2). Steals: Georgia 10 (Three with 2), Clemson 8(Wideman). Turnovers: Georgia 13 (Jones 6), Clemson 17 (McIntyre 5). FG Pct.: Georgia .237, Clemson .383.   3-Pt. FG Pct.: Georgia .156, Clemson .474. FT Pct.: Georgia .686, Clemson .667. Att.: 5,600.

2004 NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT First-Round Game - Ames, Iowa March 18, 2004 GEORGIA (74): Wilkins 6-13 3-4 20, Stukes 3-8 2-2 11, Wright 4-12 1-2 11, Hayes 4-10 4-4 12, Daniels 4-5 0-0 8, McAuley 0-0 0-0 0, Newman 1-4 0-0 3, Sikes 4-8 0-0 9, Wehunt 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 26-60, 10-12 74. IOWA STATE (82): Sullivan 4-5 0-0 10, Stinson 9-10 2-2 21, Vroman 7-9 9-12 23, Jefferson 2-3 7-12 11, Homan 4-6 1-2 9, Blalock 0-0 2-4 2, Staple 3-6 0-1 6, Skoglund 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 29-39 21-33 82. Halftime: 30-all. 3-Point Goals: Georgia 12-27 (Wilkins 5-6, Stukes 3-7, Wright 2-6, Newman 1-4, Sikes 1-4), Iowa St. 3-5 (Sullivan 2-3, Stinson 1-1, Jefferson 0-1). REBs: Georgia 26 (Hayes 7), Iowa State 24 (Jefferson 6). ASTs: Georgia 16 (Stukes 4), Iowa State 19 (Blalock 7). BLKs: Georgia 2 (Hayes, Sikes), Iowa State 1 (Skoglund). STLs: Georgia 6 (Wilkins, Wright 2), Iowa State 8 (Four with 2). TOs: Georgia 14 (Wilkins, Wright 3), Iowa State 14 (Stinson 5). FG Pct.: Georgia .433, Iowa State .744.   3-Pt. FG Pct.: Georgia .444, Iowa State .600. FT Pct.: Georgia .833, Iowa State .636. Att.: 12,196.

2007 NATIONAL INVITATION TOURNAMENT First-Round Game - Athens, Ga. March 14, 2007 FRESNO STATE (78): Bell 3-8 0-0 8, McGuire 6-9 2-3 15, Miller 7-18 0-0 21, Hosley 3-12 1-2 8, Hernandez 7-11 0-0 21, Taylor 1-2 3-4 5, Blair 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 27-60 6-9 78. GEORGIA (88): Gaines 2-12 2-3 7, Stukes 11-14 0-0 30, Humphrey 2-4 0-0 5, Brown 9-14 3-3 21, Bliss 4-5 2-2 10, Newman 2-7 2-2 6, Butler 2-3 0-0 6, Woodbury 1-4 0-0 5, Singleton 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 33-63 9-10 88. Halftime: UGA 40, CSUF 32. 3-Point Goals: CSUF 18-40 (Hernandez 7-11, Miller 7-11, Bell 2-5, McGuire 1-2, Hosley 1-5), UGA 13-22 (Stukes 8-9, Butler 2-3, Gaines 1-4, Woodbury 1-2, Humphrey 1-2) Rebounds: Georgia 36 (Gaines 6), CSUF 29 (McGuire 11). Assists: CSUF 21 (McGuire 10), UGA 16 (Gaines 7). Blocks: , CSUF 5 (McGuire 4), UGA 1 (Bliss). Steals: CSUF 6 (Bell 3), UGA 12 (Gaines 5). Turnovers: CSUF 16 (Bell, Hosley 5), UGA 14 (Humphrey 5). FG Pct.: CSUF .450, UGA .524.   3-Pt. FG Pct.: CSUF .450, UGA .591. FT Pct.: CSUF .667, UGA .900. Att.: 2,031. Second-Round Game - Colorado Springs, Colo. March 19, 2007 GEORGIA (52): Brown 4-9 1-4 9, Bliss 0-0 1-4 1, Gaines 2-4 4-4 9, Stukes 2-9 0-1 5, Humphrey 1-6 1-2 4, Newman 1-4 2-3 4, Butler 0-1 4-4 4, Woodbury 6-11 1-2 16, Singleton 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 16-44 14-24 52. AIR FORCE (83): Burtschi 7-11 4-4 21, Nwaelele 6-14 4-4 19, Welch 4-5 0-0 9, McCraw 3-7 2-2 9, Anderson 4-7 0-0 9, Henke 2-3 1-1 5, Hood 0-1 0-0 0, Merriex 0-0 0-0 0, Teets 0-0 0-0 0, Holland 0-0 0-0 0, Kenzik 1-1 0-0 3, Johnson 0-0 3-4 3, Maren 1-1 0-0 3, Parker 0-0 0-0 0, Frye 0-0 2-2 2. TOTALS: 28-50 16-17 83. Halftime: USAF 43, UGA 24. 3-Point Goals: UGA 6-18 (Woodbury 3-6, Stukes 1-6, Gaines 1-3, Humphrey 1-3), USAF 11-25 (Burtschi 3-5, Nwaelele 3-9, Welch 1-1, McCraw 1-2, Anderson 1-4, Kenzik 1-1, Maren 1-1). REBs: UGA 28 (Woodbury 8), USAF 29 (Burtschi 10). ASTs: UGA 9 (Gaines 5), USAF 20 (McCraw 6). BLKs: UGA 4 (Four with 1)., USAF 2 (Anderson 2) Att.: 5,698.


Bulldogs in the Postseason 2013-14 Outlook Player Bios

All-Time SEC Tournament Results

History Media Information

2001 — at Nashville, Tenn. LSU 63, Georgia 62 2002 — at Atlanta LSU 78, Georgia 76 2003 — at New Orleans, La. Georgia did not participate 2004 — at Atlanta Georgia 73, Auburn 59 Kentucky 69, Georgia 60 2005 — at Atlanta Miss. State 76, Georgia 65 2006 — at Nashville, Tenn. Arkansas 80, Georgia 67 2007 — at Atlanta Georgia 80, Auburn 65 Florida 74, Georgia 57 2008 — at Atlanta Georgia 97, Ole Miss 95 (OT) Georgia 60, Kentucky 56 (OT) Georgia 64, Miss. State 60 Georgia 66, Arkansas 57 2009 — at Tampa, Fla. Miss. State 79, Georgia 60 2010 — at Nashville, Tenn. Georgia 77, Arkansas 64 Vanderbilt 78, Georgia 66 2011 — at Atlanta Georgia 69, Auburn 51 Alabama 65, Georgia 59 (OT) 2012 — at New Orleans, La. Georgia 71, Miss. State 61 Vanderbilt 63, Georgia 41 2013 — at Nashville, Tenn. LSU 68, Georgia 63 All-Time Record: 40-50 Championships: 2 (1983, 2008) Semifinals: 12 Finals: 6

Records

1979 — at Birmingham, Ala. Georgia 75, Mississippi State 72 Auburn 95, Georgia 91 (4OT) 1980 — at Birmingham, Ala. Auburn 79, Georgia 71 1981 — at Birmingham, Ala. Georgia 88, Alabama 80 Georgia 68, LSU 60 Ole Miss 66, Georgia 62 1982 — at Lexington, Ky. Alabama 85, Georgia 74 1983 — at Birmingham, Ala. Georgia 69, Ole Miss 55 Georgia 79, Tennessee 60 Georgia 86, Alabama 71 1984 — at Nashville, Tenn. Georgia 52, Mississippi State 49 Kentucky 92, Georgia 79 1985 — at Birmingham, Ala. Georgia 67, Tennessee 61 Alabama 74, Georgia 53 1986 — at Lexington, Ky. Alabama 79, Georgia 59 1987 — at Atlanta Georgia 65, Ole Miss 63 LSU 89, Georgia 88 (2OT) 1988 — at Baton Rouge, La. Georgia 64, Mississippi State 43

Georgia 65, Auburn 60 Georgia 72, Florida 70 Kentucky 62, Georgia 57 1989 — at Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia 83, Mississippi State 68 Florida 62, Georgia 61 1990 — at Orlando, Fla. Vanderbilt 78, Georgia 74 (OT) 1991 — at Nashville, Tenn. Georgia 80, Vanderbilt 72 Tennessee 85, Georgia 65 1992 — at Birmingham, Ala. Georgia 85, Ole Miss 66 Arkansas 73, Georgia 60 1993 — at Lexington, Ky. Georgia 87, Mississippi State 56 Arkansas 65, Georgia 60 1994 — at Memphis, Tenn. Georgia 83, LSU 70 Arkansas 95, Georgia 83 1995 — at Atlanta Alabama 68, Georgia 57 1996 — at New Orleans, La. Georgia 74, Tennessee 63 Misssissippi State 86, Georgia 68 1997 — at Memphis, Tenn. Georgia 75, LSU 54 Georgia 65, Arkansas 63 Georgia 78, South Carolina 63 Kentucky 95, Georgia 68 1998 — at Atlanta Georgia 79, Mississippi State 76 Ole Miss 72, Georgia 67 1999 — at Atlanta Alabama 65, Georgia 58 2000 — at Atlanta Arkansas 71, Georgia 64

2012-13 in Review

1950 — at Louisville, Ky. Georgia 59, Ole Miss 58 Georgia 52, Alabama 51 (OT) Kentucky 79, Georgia 63 1951 — at Louisville, Ky. Vanderbilt 70, Georgia 60 1952 — at Louisville, Ky. Vanderbilt 61, Georgia 49

Opponent Info

1933 — at Atlanta Tulane 46, Georgia 33 1934 — at Atlanta Georgia 33, Georgia Tech 19 Vanderbilt 46, Georgia 29 1936 — at Knoxville, Tenn. Auburn 43, Georgia 26 1937 — at Knoxville, Tenn. Tennessee 35, Georgia 11 1938 — at Baton Rouge, La. Tulane 47, Georgia 36 1939 — at Knoxville, Tenn. LSU 50, Georgia 28 1940 — at Knoxville, Tenn. Georgia 48, Auburn 41 Georgia 45, Ole Miss 28 Georgia 30, Alabama 28 Kentucky 51, Georgia 43 1941 — at Louisville, Ky. Tennessee 41, Georgia 39 1942 — at Louisville, Ky. Tennessee 62, Georgia 50 1943 — at Louisville, Ky. Georgia 36, Ole Miss 27 Kentucky 59, Georgia 30 1944 — at Louisville, Ky. Kentucky 57, Georgia 29 1945 — at Louisville, Ky. Georgia 68, Georgia 49 1946 — at Louisville, Ky. Georgia 36, Georgia Tech 30 Georgia 45, Mississippi State 44 LSU 60, Georgia 41 1947 — at Louisville, Ky. Tennessee 58, Georgia 45 1948 — at Louisville, Ky. Georgia Tech 60, Georgia 57 1949 — at Louisville, Ky. Tulane 92, Georgia 62

Coaches & Support

Terrance Woodbury (left) and MVP Sundiata Gaines led Georgia to the 2008 SEC Tournament championship. A category F2 tornado struck downtown Atlanta on the night of March 14. It forced postponement of the Bulldogs’ 2nd-round game, and the tournament’s remainder was played at Alexander Memorial Coliseum (top), home court of arch-rival Georgia Tech.

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Invitational Tournaments Georgia faced a pair of nationally-ranked opponents last season at the Legends Classic in Brooklyn, N.Y.

2002 Hall of Fame Tipoff Classic, Springfield, Mass. (Georgia 73, Georgetown 59) Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic, Honolulu (Georgia 80, Ark. State 68; Georgia 64, Miami 59; Hawaii 54, Georgia 44) 2001 Puerto Rico Shootout, San Juan, P.R. (Georgia 82, Indiana State 64; Georgia 65, Utah 60; Stanford 71, Georgia 58) Pete Newell Challenge, Oakland, Calif. (California 85, Georgia 64) 2000 Great Alaska Shootout, Anchorage, Alaska (Kansas 88, Georgia 78; Louisville 85, Georgia 62; Georgia 113, Grambling St. 74) 1999 Chase Pre-Season NIT, Campus Sites (@Georgia 84, Coll. of Charleston 63; @North Carolina 65, Georgia 58) 1998 Coaches vs. Cancer IKON Classic, E. Rutherford, N.J. (N.C. State 47, Georgia 45; Georgia 89, Texas 87) John Wooden Classic, Anaheim, Calif. (Stanford 76, Georgia 74) 1997 Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (Georgia 64, Wash. State 61; Georgia 70, Memphis 68; Georgia 73, Maryland 65 (OT) 1993 U.S. West Cellular Air Time Tournament, Seattle, Wash. (Georgia 68, Pacific 63; Pennsylvania 81, Georgia 79) Cougar Classic, Provo, Utah (Georgia 80, Santa Clara 68; BYU 74, Georgia 64) 1991 Mile-High Classic, Boulder, Colo. (Georgia 109, Long Island 69; Colorado 69, Georgia 58)

Tournaments in Boldface represent titles won by Georgia. 2013 Progressive Legends Classic. @Athens: Youngstown State 68, Georgia 56; Southern Miss 62, Georgia 60 (OT). @Brooklyn, N.Y.: #1 Indiana 66, Georgia 53; #11 UCLA 60, Georgia 56 2012 Progressive CBE Classic. @Athens: Georgia 63, Bowling Green 54; Georgia 73, South Dakota State 61. @Kansas City, Mo.: #20 Cal 70, Georgia 46; Georgia 61, Notre Dame 57 2011 Old Spice Classic, Orlando, Fla.: Notre Dame 89, Georgia 83 (2OT); Temple 65, Georgia 58; Georgia 61, Manhattan 58. 2009 Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season Tip-Off, (@W. Lafayette, Ind.; Loyola-Chicago 74, Georgia 53; Georgia 61, Eastern Michigan 60) (@Athens, Georgia 64, Santa Clara 58; Georgia 98, Miss. Valley State 57) 2008 Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic, Honolulu (East Tenn. State 78, Georgia 56; Tulane 70, Georgia 69; Georgia 67, Hawai’i 59) 2006 Paradise Jam, St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. (ODU 74, Georgia 65; Georgia 79, Fordham 68; Georgia 76, Eastern Kentucky 68) 2003 AT&T Coaches vs. Cancer Classic, New York, N.Y. (Texas 77, Georgia 71) Wooden Classic, Anaheim, Calif. (Georgia 78, Cal 73, OT) 164

1990 Central Fidelity Classic, Richmond, Va. (Georgia 89, Wichita State 58; Georgia 90, Richmond 45) Western Kentucky Invitational, Bowling Green, Ky. (Georgia 77, TCU 72; Georgia 76, Western Ky. 70) Tribune Classic, Tempe, Ariz. (Georgia 65, Wisconsin 64; Arizona State 62, Georgia 61) 1989 Chase Pre-Season NIT (Georgia 76, Arkansas State 61; North Carolina 99, Georgia 91) Amana-Hawkeye Classic, Iowa City, Iowa (Georgia 80, Long Beach St. 63; Iowa 102, Georgia 76) 1988 Cotton States Kiwanis Classic, Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia 58, Princeton 54; Georgia 95, La Salle 85) Phenix NCAA Ball, Tokyo, Japan (Georgia 81, New Orleans 77; Georgia 85, Alabama-Birmingham 66; Georgia 66, Japan All-Stars 62) Chaminade Christmas Classic, Honolulu, Hawaii (Georgia 79, La Salle 71; Virginia 87, Georgia 54; Oklahoma 93, Georgia 90) 1986 Cotton States Classic, Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia 81, Loyola of Chicago 69; Memphis St. 82, Georgia 71) Hawaiian Tropic Classic, Daytona Beach, Fla. (Georgia 82, LaSalle 65; Georgia 94, Stetson 83) 1985 AMI Classic, Miami, Fla. (Georgia 60, Cornell 57; Miami 81, Georgia 78) Krystal Classic, Chattanooga, Tenn. (Georgia 77, William & Mary 44; Georgia 97, UT-Chattanooga, 71) Cotton States Classic, Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia 105, Yale 65; Georgia 75, Villanova 68 [OT])


Invitational Tournaments 2013-14 Outlook

1983 Drake Classic, Des Moines, Iowa (Georgia 80, Northern Iowa 58; Georgia 93, Drake 59) Wendy’s Classic, Bowling Green, Ky. (Georgia 83, Middle Tennessee St. 67; Georgia 85, Western Kentucky 68) 1982 Cotton States Classic, Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia 86, Columbia 52; Georgia 90, Western Kentucky 69)

1980 Cotton States Classic, Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia 77, UTChatt. 68; Florida St. 64, Georgia 62) Oil Capital Classic, Tulsa, Okla. (Georgia 66, Tulsa 64; Georgia 81, Oral Roberts 65)

Player Bios

1981 Cotton States Classic, Atlanta, Ga. (Georgia 79, Northeastern 66; Georgia 76, Alabama-Birmingham 72)

1978 Salt Lake City Classic, Salt Lake City, Utah (Idaho St. 66, Georgia 56; Georgia 83, Hofstra 70) 1977 Georgetown Invitational, Washington, D.C. (Georgetown 66, Georgia 60; Georgia 42, Louisiana Tech 34) Louisville Classic, Louisville, Ky. (Georgia 84, Ohio St. 80; Georgia 73, Louisville 70 [OT])

1974 Milwaukee Classic, Milwaukee, Wis. (Marquette 100, Georgia 70; Georgia 91, Wisconsin 89 [OT]) 1973 Dayton Classic, Dayton, Ohio (Dayton 63, Georgia 55; Drake 66, Georgia 60)

1970 Charlotte Invitational, Charlotte, N.C. (LaSalle 50, Georgia 42; Davidson 63, Georgia 55)

1967 Triangle Classic Tournament, Raleigh, N.C. (Georgia 79, Yale 75; Georgia 62, N.C. State 56) 1966 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (Florida 78, Georgia 64; Georgia 90, Penn St. 82) 1964 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (Texas 66, Georgia 60; Wake Forest 83, Georgia 69)

1956 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (Georgia 84, Clemson 76; Georgia 64, South Carolina 62) 1955 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (South Carolina 85, Georgia 68; LSU 91, Georgia 86) 1954 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (Spring Hill 78, Georgia 69; FSU 97, Georgia 87) 1953 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (Ole Miss 87, Georgia 73; Georgia 66, Georgia Tech 64) 1952 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (Georgia Teachers College 85, Georgia 57; Georgia Tech 71, Georgia 54) 1952 Savannah Invitational, Savannah, Ga. (FSU 77, Georgia 69; Georgia 70, Ga. Southern 61; Alabama 72, Georgia 68) 1951 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (Georgia 79, FSU 50; Florida 62, Georgia 47; Clemson 85, Georgia 60)

Media Information

1968 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (Boston College 89, Georgia 83; Florida 82, Georgia 77)

1957 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (Georgia 77, South Carolina 58; Florida 76, Georgia 63) Senior Bowl Tournament, Mobile, Ala. (Spring Hill 69, Georgia 67; FSU 92, Georgia 80)

History

1969 Quaker City Classic, Philadelphia, Pa. (LaSalle 76, Georgia 66; Brigham Young 89, Georgia 82 [2 OT])

1958 Citadel Invit. Charleston, S.C. (Citadel 78, Georgia 52; Georgia 83, FSU 72)

Records

1972 Quaker City Classic, Philadelphia, Pa. (Duquesne 71, Georgia 66; Georgia 70, Rhode Island 62; Georgia 77, Sou. Cal 74)

1958 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (LSU 63, Georgia 60; Florida 58, Georgia 55)

2012-13 in Review

1975 Indiana Classic, Bloomington, Ind. (IU 93, Georgia 56; Oregon 87, Georgia 74)

1959 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (Georgia 79, LSU 67; Georgia 69, FSU 66)

Opponent Info

1976 Sugar Bowl Classic, New Orleans, La. (Indiana 74, Georgia 52; S. Carolina 74, Georgia 73 [OT])

1960 Gator Bowl Tournament, Jacksonville, Fla. (Georgia 62, FSU 56; Ga. Tech 54, Georgia 51; Florida 73, Georgia 58)

Coaches & Support

The 1997 Bulldogs won the Rainbow Classic, long revered as one of the nation’s top tournaments.

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Year-by-Year Records Year Coach 1905-06 1906-07 1907-08 1908-09 1909-10 1910-11 1911-12 1912-13 1913-14 1914-15 1915-16 1916-17 1917-18 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37

W.T. Forbes W.T. Forbes C.O. Heidler C.O. Heidler C.O. Heidler W.A. Cunningham C.O. Heidler Howell Peacock Howell Peacock Howell Peacock Howell Peacock W.A. Cunningham Alfred W. Scott Kennon Mott Herman J. Stegeman Herman J. Stegeman Herman J. Stegeman Herman J. Stegeman Herman J. Stegeman Herman J. Stegeman Herman J. Stegeman Herman J. Stegeman Herman J. Stegeman Herman J. Stegeman Herman J. Stegeman Herman J. Stegeman Vernon Smith Rex Enright Rex Enright Rex Enright Rex Enright Rex Enright

Overall W-L Pct.

Conf. PostW-L Pct. Season

0-2 .000 2-0 1.000 2-2 .500 6-2 .750 2-1 .667 2-5 .286 6-1 .857 10-1 .909 9-1 .900 4-3 .571 7-2 .778 8-1 .889 6-1 .857 5-3 .625 9-7 .563 13-4 .765 10-5 .667 11-8 .579 16-5 .762 9-11 .450 18-6 .750 14-8 .636 13-10 .565 18-6 .750 17-6 .739 23-2 .920 19-7 .731 9-10 .474 10-9 .526 12-8 .600 9-11 .450 10-6 .625

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Tubby Smith and Ron Jirsa (background) guided Georgia to an unprecedented three straight 20-victory seasons (1996-98).

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Year Coach 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 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 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 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 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Totals

Rex Enright & Vernon Smith Elmer Lampe Elmer Lampe Elmer Lampe Elmer Lampe Elmer Lampe Elmer Lampe Elmer Lampe Elmer Lampe Elmer Lampe & Ralph Jordan Ralph Jordan Ralph Jordan Ralph Jordan & Jim Whatley Jim Whatley Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Harbin Lawson Ken Rosemond Ken Rosemond Ken Rosemond Ken Rosemond Ken Rosemond Ken Rosemond Ken Rosemond Ken Rosemond John Guthrie John Guthrie John Guthrie John Guthrie John Guthrie Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Hugh Durham Tubby Smith Tubby Smith Ron Jirsa Ron Jirsa Jim Harrick Jim Harrick Jim Harrick Jim Harrick Dennis Felton Dennis Felton Dennis Felton Dennis Felton Dennis Felton Dennis Felton Pete Herrmann Mark Fox Mark Fox Mark Fox Mark Fox 106 Seasons

Overall W-L Pct. 12-10 11-6 20-5 13-11 7-10 4-13 7-10 5-16 12-9

Conf. W-L Pct.

.545 .647 .800 .542 .412 .235 .412 .238 .571

4-6 8-3 9-4 6-7 5-8 1-8 0-2 2-9 6-6

.400 .727 .692 .462 .385 .111 .000 .182 .500

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5-14 .263 18-10 .643 17-13 .567

4-9 6-8 6-9

.308 .429 .400

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6-7 .462 6-8 .429 2-12 .143 3-10 .231 2-12 .143 7-7 .500 1-13 .071 4-10 .286 3-11 .214 5-9 .357 6-8 .429 4-10 .286 3-11 .214 4-10 .286 8-6 .571 4-12 .250 5-11 .313 5-13 .278 11-7 .611 9-9 .500 11-7 .611 5-13 .278 9-9 .500 5-13 .278 2-16 .111 3-15 .167 7-11 .389 3-15 .167 5-13 .278 7-11 .389 7-11 .389 9-9 .500 10-8 .556 9-9 .500 8-10 .444 12-6 .667 9-9 .500 10-8 .556 8-10 .444 6-12 .33 13-5 .722 9-9 .500 7-9 .438 8-8 .500 7-9 .438 9-7 .563 9-7 .563 10-6 .625 7-9 .438 6-10 .375 3-13 .188 9-7 .563 0-6 .000 0-5 .000 7-9 .438 2-14 .125 5-11 .313 8-8 .500 4-12 .250 0-5 .000 3-8 .273 5-11 .313 9-7 .563 5-11 .313 9-9 .500 468-724 .393

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------NIT NIT NCAA NIT NCAA NIT NCAA NIT ----NCAA NCAA ----NIT ----NIT NCAA NCAA NIT NIT ----NCAA NCAA ----NIT --------NIT NCAA ------------NCAA ---------

15-9 .625 13-11 .542 3-22 .120 7-18 .280 7-18 .280 9-16 .360 3-21 .125 8-16 .333 7-19 .269 11-15 .423 12-13 .480 8-18 .308 8-16 .333 9-17 .346 12-14 .462 8-18 .308 10-15 .400 9-17 .346 17-8 .680 13-12 .520 13-12 .520 6-19 .240 14-12 .538 10-16 .385 6-20 .231 8-17 .320 12-15 .444 9-18 .333 11-16 .407 14-14 .500 14-13 .519 19-12 .612 19-12 .612 24-10 .706 17-13 .567 22-9 .710 17-13 .567 18-12 .600 20-16 .556 15-16 .484 20-9 .690 17-13 .567 15-14 .517 15-14 .517 14-16 .467 18-10 .642 21-10 .677 24-9 .727 20-15 .571 15-15 .500 10-20 .333 16-15 .516 11-10 .524 0-8 .000 16-14 .533 8-20 .400 15-15 .500 19-14 .576 17-17 .500 9-11 .450 3-9 .250 14-17 .452 21-12 .636 15-17 .469 15-17 .469 1260-1146 .524

*A total of 30 wins (11 in 2002, 19 in 2003) were later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

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Year-by-Year W/L Results

1912-13 (W 10, L 1) Coach: Howell Peacock Capt: D.W. Johnston

1905-06 (W 0, L 2) Coach: W.T. Forbes Capt: Haywood Deane 3/10 3/17

13 Georgia Tech...................27 11 at Ga. Tech (OT)..............12

1/12 39 Tulane..............................21 1/19 65 Mercer............................. 11

1/14 2/14 2/15 2/22

24 28 20 36

at A.A.C...........................22 at Columbus YMCA.50 Auburn (@Col.)................34 at Augusta YMCA............15

1909-10 (W 2, L 1) Coach: C.O. Heidler Capt: Howell Peacock 40 Auburn.............................35 57 A.A.C...............................45 21 at Auburn.........................56

1910-11 (W 2, L 5) Coach: W.A. Cunningham Capt: Tillou Forbes 43 Fifth Regiment.................33 11 Columbus YMCA.............40 26 Mercer.............................28 26 Auburn.............................24 22 at A.A.C...........................27 24 Mercer.............................27 21 Columbus YMCA.............47

36 at A.A.C...........................34 (W) A.A.C. (W) Augusta YMCA 47 St. Louis A.C....................33 40 Auburn.............................19 41 Mercer.............................27 18 Mercer.............................30

36 Mercer.............................19 23 Columbus YMCA.............39 25 Mercer.............................26 17 Chattanooga....................43 25 at Vanderbilt.....................23 52 at Nashville Ramblers..........27 34 Columbus YMCA.............28

1915-16 (W 7, L 2) Coach: Howell Peacock Capt: C.W. Rawson 1/22 2/4 2/28

31 at A.A.C. .........................51 81 Auburn.............................14 45 at Auburn.........................18 58 at Columbus YMCA..............17 75 at Rome A.C......................9 67 at Savannah A.C................9 69 at Savannah A.C. ............ 11 30 A.A.C...............................35 46 Columbus.......................24

1916-17 (W 8, L 1) Coach: W.A. Cunningham Capt: J.L. Morrison 1/19 90 Auburn.............................18 74 Birmingham ....................20 22 A.A.C ..............................21 2/15 16 at Birm. A.C.....................12 2/16 31 at Vanderbilt..................... 11 at Nashville Ramblers. .......24 2/17 26

1/9 1/13 1/14 1/23 1/28 2/4 2/11

61 S.E. Christian Col............30 31 Auburn.............................15 43 at Furman........................23 47 at Wofford........................23 30 Mercer.............................15 36 Clemson.........................22 39 @ Macon YMCA (OT) .....43 18 at Vanderbilt ....................40 34 LSU..................................15 33 at Clemson......................24 22 at A.A.C...........................36 47 Tulane..............................19 29 at Auburn.........................32 31 Mercer.............................33 18 A.A.C...............................26 33 Rutgers............................36

1920-21 (W 13, L 4) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: Buck Cheeves 1/21 1/22 1/28 2/4 2/5 2/9 2/11 2/14 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/27 3/1

69 Furman............................25 31 Auburn.............................22 26 at Mercer...........................7 45 Mercer.............................16 22 at Macon YMCA...............35 45 Clemson..........................22 31 at Vanderbilt.........................17 29 at Auburn.........................23 20 Camp Benning.................17 74 Augusta YMCA................25 55 Savannah YMCA.............19 23 A.A.C...............................33 25 at A.A.C...........................37 47 Newberry.........................23 32 Auburn.............................24 26 Ga. Tech..........................21 19 Kentucky..........................20

12/31 29 at Savannah YMCA..............22 1/1 30 at Jax YMCA ...................27 1/2 21 at Albany YMCA ..............31 1/3 17 at Camp Benning ............25 1/11 29 at Clemson......................20 1/12 48 at Furman........................28 1/13 24 at Wofford........................22 1/24 45 at Wofford........................28 1/27 35 Auburn.............................29 2/1 16 at Vanderbilt.....................25 2/2 26 at Tennessee...................30 2/3 23 at Kentucky......................19 2/9 16 at Auburn.........................45 2/10 34 at A.A.C...........................30 2/16 11 at Mercer.........................31 2/17 29 at Mercer.........................28 2/22 25 A.A.C...............................30 1 2/27 23 Tennessee.......................19 1 2/28 22 Ga. Tech..........................27 1 SIC Tournament - Atlanta

1923-24 (W 16, L 5) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: Ed Gurr 1/1 1/2 1/3 1/4 1/5 1/9 1/10 1/11 1/16 1/24 1/31 2/1 2/6 2/8 2/9 2/16 2/22 2/23 1 3/1 1 3/2

32 Savan. Protes. Club.........19 28 Macon YMCA...................22 47 at Columbus YMCA..............20 36 at Camp Benning.............27 13 at Albany YMCA...............24 38 at South Carolina.............29 34 at Furman........................20 24 at Clemson........................6 38 at Clemson......................13 50 Furman............................27 32 at Auburn.........................17 49 N.C. State........................24 33 Auburn.............................18 43 Florida..............................24 29 at A.A.C...........................34 41 A.A.C...............................18 20 at Mercer.........................34 19 at Mercer.........................36 36 Wash. & Lee....................24 29 Maryland..........................25

1924-25 (W 9, L 11) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: C.F. Wiehrs 1/3 1/5 1/6 1/7 1/8 1/10

35 35 33 37 33 31

Media Information

1911-12 (W 6, L 1) Coach: C.O. Heidler Capt: Howell Peacock

1919-20 (W 9, L 7) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: Kennon Mott

1922-23 (W 11, L 8) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: Ed Gurr

History

1914-15 (W 4, L 3) Coach: Howell Peacock Capt: Louis Lester

20 Auburn.............................25 51 Macon YMCA...................20 22 at Auburn.........................35 31 Clemson..........................12 39 at Macon YMCA...............33 36 Birmingham A.C...............12 27 A.A.C..............................22 15 at A.A.C...........................32

Records

47 Athens YMCA..................20 80 Auburn.............................16 38 at A.A.C...........................27 46 at Auburn.........................15 45 at Savannah A.C..............25 41 Vanderbilt.........................31 59 at Columbus YMCA ........50 58 Ga. Tech............................8 29 at Ga. Tech......................24 37 at Columbus YMCA ........39

1/17 1/25 1/29 1/31 2/3 2/8 2/22 3/1

2012-13 in Review

60 Tulane..............................36 1/22 78 Ga. Tech............................9 30 A.A.C...............................32 1/29 69 at Ga. Tech......................13 100 Davidson..........................12 60 Mercer.............................20 48 Auburn.............................37 29 Columbus YMCA ............44

1/13 1/17 1/24 1/26 1/30 2/5 2/7 2/14 2/26 2/27

1918-19 (W 5, L 3) Coach: Kennon Mott Capt: A.H. Cox

Opponent Info

1908-09 (W 6, L 2) Coach: C.O. Heidler Capt: Frank V. Sprecken

1913-14 (W 9, L 1) Coach: Howell Peacock Capt: T.C. Brand

1/12 122 at S.E. Christian Col. ............2 1/19 32 at A.A.C...........................27 1/26 24 Mercer.............................15 2/1 27 at N. Carolina...................36 2/2 33 at Wash. & Lee................32 2/9 74 Mercer...............................9 2/16 30 A.A.C. (OT)......................23

1/13 24 at Clemson .....................16 1/14 32 at Furman....................... 22 1/20 43 at Wofford .......................34 1/21 34 at S. Carolina...................27 1/27 18 Mercer ............................27 1/31 39 Auburn.............................15 30 at A.A.C...........................42 2/3 2/6 17 Alabama .........................20 2/8 31 at Auburn ........................17 2/11 31 at Mercer ........................24 2/14 29 Trinity ..............................19 2/18 19 A.A.C. ............................30 1 2/24 43 Oglethorpe ......................12 1 2/25 27 Vanderbilt ........................26 1 2/26 26 N. Carolina .....................34 1 SIC Tournament - Atlanta

Coaches & Support

1907-08 (W 2, L 2) Coach: C.O. Heidler Capt: Claude Derrick

92 Auburn.............................12 52 at Tennessee...................22 69 at Maryville......................30 28 at A.A.C...........................67 57 at Augusta YMCA............25 38 Tennessee.......................13 77 Clemson..........................15 71 at Ga. Tech......................12 70 Wake Forest....................28 35 Ga. Tech..........................20 92 at Auburn.........................12

1917-18 (W 6, L 1) Coach: Alfred W. Scott Capt: Alfred W. Scott

1921-22 (W 10, L 5) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: Paige Bennett

Player Bios

1906-07 (W 2, L 0) Coach: W.T. Forbes Capt: C.B. Holtzendorf

1/10 1/17 1/18 1/20 1/23 2/6 2/7 2/15 2/17 2/28 3/1

51 Mercer.............................19 66 Mercer.............................14 22 at A.A.C...........................28

2013-14 Outlook

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at Atlanta YMCA..............41 at Ft. McPherson.............30 at Savannah A.C..............38 at Savannah Baptist........23 at Jacksonville.................24 at Albany YMCA...............47

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Year-by-Year W/L Results 1/11 29 at Columbus YMCA.........32 1/15 16 at Clemson......................18 1/16 39 at Furman........................26 1/17 27 at South Carolina.............35 1/22 34 Vanderbilt.........................41 1/31 25 at Ga. Tech......................30 2/5 24 at A.A.C...........................27 2/7 28 Kentucky..........................24 2/10 40 Auburn.............................17 2/14 26 A.A.C...............................38 2/18 37 at Auburn.........................21 2/21 34 Ga. Tech..........................24 1 3/1 32 Kentucky..........................31 1 3/2 19 North Carolina......... .......40 1 SIC Tournament - Atlanta

1925-26 (W 18, L 6) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: Nolen Richardson 47 Macon YMCA...................27 57 Albany YMCA..................28 42 at Dahlonega................... 11 58 at Westminster A.C. ........29 61 at Ft. McPherson.............21 43 at Furman........................34 1/8 25 at Ga. Tech......................30 1/12 27 Tulane..............................41 1/15 47 at Wash. & Lee................24 1/16 30 at V.M.I............................22 1/18 31 at Virginia.........................41 1/21 57 S. Carolina.......................32 1/23 26 N.C. State........................25 1/30 33 Ga. Tech..........................29 2/3 26 at A.A.C...........................34 2/4 49 Auburn.............................28 2/6 37 at Mercer.........................36 2/10 55 Florida..............................27 2/12 36 A.A.C...............................33 2/15 18 Kentucky..........................22 2/20 34 at Ga. Tech......................19 2/22 44 Clemson..........................28 1 2/26 48 Tennessee.......................25 1 2/27 34 Kentucky..........................39 1 SIC Tournament - Atlanta

1926-27 (W 14, L 8) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: Walter Forbes 12/11 52 Southern Bell...................21 12/18 80 at Ft. McPherson.............15 12/23 44 Atlanta YMCA..................34 1/5 39 Furman............................20 1/8 32 Florida..............................33 1/12 29 Tennessee.......................28 1/13 65 Wofford............................22 1/15 35 Ga. Tech..........................36 1/19 27 at North Carolina.............33 1/21 29 at Virginia.........................20 1/22 33 at Maryland......................34 1/29 27 at Ga. Tech......................33 2/5 37 at Mercer.........................26 2/9 30 A.A.C...............................28 2/12 25 at A.A.C...........................37 2/14 34 Clemson..........................23 2/17 51 Presbyterian....................23 2/19 25 Ga. Tech..........................36 1 2/25 36 V.M.I................................14 1 2/26 27 Maryland..........................22 1 2/27 23 North Carolina.................20 1 2/28 44 Vanderbilt.........................46 1 SIC Tournament - Atlanta

1927-28 (W 12, L 10) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: Babe Florence 12/10 12/18 12/22 1/4 1/6 1/7 1/11 1/12 1/14 1/20 1/21 1/22

50 Southern Bell...................17 16 Gulf Ref. Co.....................30 69 Augusta YMCA................20 46 Furman............................23 37 at Florida..........................35 40 at Florida..........................30 42 Tulane..............................32 28 Tulane..............................18 33 at Ga. Tech......................30 29 at North Carolina.............35 44 at Duke............................49 38 at N.C. State....................31

Herman J. Stegeman, in whose name the current arena is now dedicated, coached the Bulldogs from 1920 until 1931.

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1/28 35 Ga. Tech..........................36 2/3 25 at Auburn.........................28 2/4 29 at A.A.C...........................35 2/6 38 Clemson..........................25 2/11 28 A.A.C...............................38 2/13 37 Ole Miss...........................44 2/14 37 Ole Miss...........................33 2/18 26 at Ga. Tech......................28 1 2/24 37 V.M.I................................26 1 2/25 16 Kentucky..........................31 1 SIC Tournament - Atlanta

1928-29 (W 18, L 6) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: Jimmy Harris 12/18 42 J.P.C. Reds......................32 12/23 47 Southern Bell...................20 1/1 54 South Carolina.................28 46 South Carolina.................21 1/2 1/4 48 Florida..............................26 1/14 44 at Wash. & Lee................25 1/15 34 at V.M.I............................22 1/16 40 at Virginia.........................32 1/24 29 North Carolina.................31 1/26 37 at Ga. Tech......................38 1/30 45 at N.C. State....................37 2/2 39 Auburn.............................31 2/5 24 Duke................................22 2/7 41 Sewanee..........................19 29 at A.A.C...........................43 2/9 2/12 45 Tennessee.......................21 2/14 23 at Clemson......................30 2/16 33 A.A.C...............................41 2/19 41 Clemson..........................25 2/23 27 Ga. Tech..........................25 1 3/1 42 Auburn.............................24 1 3/2 26 Kentucky..........................24 1 3/3 37 Duke................................43 1 SIC Tournament - Atlanta 48 Florida..............................32

1929-30 (W 17, L 6) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: Henry Palmer 12/11 35 J.P.C. Reds......................21 12/14 42 A.A.C...............................25 12/7 (W) New Holland A.C. ... 1/1 22 at Furman........................24 1/3 39 Oglethorpe.......................27 1/4 44 Oglethorpe.......................10 40 at Stetson........................17 1/8 1/11 27 at Stetson........................23 1/11 35 at Florida (OT).................34 1/18 26 at Ga. Tech......................23 1/25 25 at Ga. Tech......................23 1/29 43 Auburn.............................35 2/1 21 Kentucky (OT).................22 2/4 24 N.C. State........................28 2/5 39 at Clemson......................24 2/8 42 A.A.C...............................25 2/14 23 at Kentucky......................36 2/16 38 at A.A.C...........................51 2/18 36 Clemson..........................32 2/19 41 Mercer.............................27 2/22 35 at Ga. Tech......................31 1 2/28 26 N. Carolina.......................17 1 3/1 26 Alabama..........................29 1 SIC Tournament - Atlanta

1930-31 (W 23, L 2) Coach: H.J. Stegeman Capt: Sandy Sanford 12/13 (W) Alpha S.S. Class ................. 12/20 (W) Atlanta J.C.C. ..................... 12/22 (W) New Holland A.C. ............... 12/24 (W) Gulf Refining Co. ................ 12/25 (W) Atlanta YMCA ..................... 1/3 31 South Carolina.................16 32 at Florida..........................29 1/9 1/11 47 at Florida..........................29 1/13 26 N.C. State........................20 1/16 22 Tennessee.......................19 1/17 39 Ga. Tech..........................30 1/20 34 Clemson..........................25 1/23 30 Auburn.............................27 1/31 19 at Ga. Tech......................37 2/3 31 at Clemson......................21 2/4 27 at South Carolina.............21 2/6 38 Florida..............................23 2/7 33 Florida..............................32 2/13 25 Kentucky..........................16 2/14 44 Ga. Tech..........................15 2/20 31 at Tennessee...................18 2/21 40 A.A.C...............................29 1 2/27 32 Washington & Lee ..........31 1 2/28 31 Auburn.............................27 1 3/1 25 Maryland..........................26 1 SIC Tournament - Atlanta

1931-32 (W 19, L 7) Southern Conf. Champions Coach: Rex Enright Capt: Vernon Smith 12/24 39 Atlanta YMCA..................32 12/28 43 T.N.T................................17 12/30 35 Fort Benning....................19 1/1 22 Chattanooga....................16 1/2 26 Chattanooga....................19 1/3 38 Chattanooga....................26 1/9 17 at Tennessee...................24 1/16 35 N.Y. Celtics......................45 1/22 38 Tennessee.......................19 1/27 42 at Mercer.........................26 1/28 31 at Mercer.........................25 1/30 20 at Ga. Tech......................30 2/2 41 Clemson..........................26 2/6 25 Ga. Tech..........................15 2/9 40 Clemson..........................16 2/11 27 at Stetson........................30 2/12 38 at Florida..........................33 2/13 27 at Florida..........................47 2/16 24 at Auburn.........................26 2/18 36 Florida..............................20 2/19 39 Florida..............................20 2/20 22 at Ga.Tech.......................25 1 2/26 48 Mississippi St...................26 1 2/27 40 Virginia.............................19 1 2/28 43 Duke................................32 1 3/1 26 North Carolina.................24 1 SIC Tournament - Atlanta

1932-33 (W 9, L 10) Coach: Rex Enright Capt: Le Roy Young 12/27 12/28 1/11 1/12 1/14

28 at Tulane..........................20 41 at Tulane (OT).................39 37 Florida..............................34 32 Florida..............................33 30 Ga.Tech...........................25


Year-by-Year W/L Results 54 43 32 28 27 34 45 33 20 27 33 38 44 48 27 25 45 26 39 24

Oglethorpe ......................30 Oglethorpe ......................34 Chattanooga ...................27 Chattanooga ...................26 Florida .............................29 Florida .............................30 Presbyterian ...................25 Ga. Tech .........................23 Clemson .........................31 at Ga. Tech .....................32 Auburn ............................29 at Presbyterian ...............34 at Clemson (2 OT) ..........43 Mercer ............................20 at Stetson .......................31 at Florida .........................29 at Florida .........................47 Alabama .........................21 Ga. Tech (OT) .................49 South Ga. Teachers ........30

1935-36 (W 9, L 11) Coach: Rex Enright Capt: F. Johnson, H. Anderson at Tulane .........................26 at Tulane .........................34 at LSU .............................46 Chattanooga ...................23 Chattanooga ..................38 at Chattanooga ...............28 at Tennessee ..................56 at Stetson .......................35 at Florida .........................28 at Florida .........................32 Tennessee ......................24 at Ga. Tech .....................29

1937-38 (W 12, L 10) Coach: R. Enright,V. Smith Capt: Jack Farren 1/4 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/15 1/21

26 South Carolina.................24 21 N.C. State........................24 26 Clemson..........................22 34 at Florida..........................31 32 at Florida(OT)..................38 42 Chattanooga....................18

1/3 39 South Carolina.................24 1/7 30 Clemson..........................37 1/13 15 at Florida..........................26 1/14 25 at Florida..........................18 1/20 66 Chattanooga....................41 1/23 31 Alabama..........................26 1/28 32 Ga. Tech..........................26 1/31 49 at South Carolina.............34 2/4 43 Auburn.............................21 2/6 29 at Clemson......................39 2/10 29 at Auburn.........................34 2/14 42 Florida..............................32 2/15 43 Florida..............................18 2/18 41 at Ga. Tech......................29 2/24 63 Sewanee..........................48 2/25 29 at Tennessee...................35 1 3/2 28 LSU..................................50 1 SEC Tournament - Knoxville, Tenn.

1939-40 (W 20, L 5) Coach: Elmer Lampe Capt: Cecil Kelley

History Media Information

12/20 50 Buford Semi-Pro..............29 12/22 39 Buford Semi-Pro..............19 1/2 51 Mercer.............................41 1/3 62 Chattanooga....................28 1/5 47 South Carolina.................31 1/6 32 at Clemson......................29 1/9 41 Sewanee..........................25 1/10 55 Albany..............................45 1/12 36 at Florida..........................45 1/13 25 at Florida..........................36 1/16 40 South Carolina.................33 1/19 45 Ole Miss...........................41 1/27 46 at Ga. Tech......................31 2/1 36 at Alabama.......................22 2/3 32 Auburn.............................28 2/5 21 at Alabama.......................33 2/9 48 at Auburn.........................47 2/12 46 Florida..............................36 2/13 54 Florida..............................37 2/17 40 Ga. Tech..........................31 2/25 41 Tennessee.......................48 1 2/28 48 Auburn.............................41 1 2/29 45 Ole Miss...........................28 1 3/1 30 Alabama..........................28 1 3/2 43 Kentucky..........................51 1 SEC Tournament - Knoxville, Tenn.

Records

1932 Georgia Squad — Southern Conference Champions

1938-39 (W 11, L 6) Coach: Elmer Lampe Capt: Cecil Kelley

2012-13 in Review

34 26 34 33 27 38 44 21 37 43 30 21

1/2 48 Atlanta Semi-Pro.............18 1/8 34 Chattanooga....................24 1/9 28 Chattanooga....................32 1/15 31 at Florida..........................30 1/16 18 at Florida..........................36 1/22 37 Mercer.............................33 1/23 36 at Clemson......................35 1/26 28 Alabama..........................16 1/30 20 Ga. Tech..........................34 2/5 36 Florida..............................19 2/6 28 Florida..............................27 2/12 25 at Mercer.........................27 2/13 29 Clemson..........................20 2/17 21 Auburn.............................19 2/20 22 at Ga. Tech......................42 1 2/26 21 Tennessee.......................36 1 SEC Tournament - Knoxville, Tenn.

Opponent Info

12/20 12/21 12/23 1/3 1/5 1/10 1/11 1/16 1/17 1/18 1/31 2/1

1936-37 (W 10, L 6) Coach: Rex Enright Capt: Charles Harrold

Coaches & Support

12/17 35 Atlanta YMCA..................49 12/23 33 Gulf Refining Co..............22 1/5 23 Chattanooga....................15 1/6 32 Chattanooga....................18 1/10 20 Florida..............................46 1/11 32 Florida..............................24 1/13 25 Ga. Tech..........................33 1/15 31 at Presbyterian................17 1/20 39 Presbyterian....................26 1/27 37 at Ga. Tech......................33 35 at Florida..........................37 2/2 27 at  Florida.........................47 2/3 2/6 29 Clemson..........................23 2/10 21 at Auburn.........................30 2/12 17 at Alabama.......................51 2/17 28 at Ga. Tech......................27 2/20 23 at Clemson......................29 1 2/23 33 Ga. Tech..........................19 1 2/24 29 Vanderbilt.........................46 1 SEC Tournament - Atlanta

12/21 12/22 1/4 1/5 1/10 1/11 1/16 1/19 1/26 2/2 2/5 2/8 2/9 2/12 2/14 2/15 2/16 2/20 2/23 2/28

1/22 31 Chattanooga....................23 1/23 32 Chattanooga....................30 1/25 24 at Sewanee......................16 1/29 28 at Ga. Tech......................51 1/31 36 at South Carolina.............22 2/4 36 Florida..............................41 2/5 28 Florida..............................27 28 at Clemson......................40 2/8 2/9 46 Sewanee..........................22 2/12 27 at Auburn.........................34 2/14 26 at Alabama.......................38 2/16 47 Mercer.............................38 2/19 27 Ga. Tech..........................29 2/25 39 at Erskine.........................27 2/28 24 Mercer.............................34 1 3/3 36 Tulane..............................47 1 SEC Tournament - Baton Rouge, La.

Player Bios

1933-34 (W 10, L 9) Coach: Rex Enright Capt: Brown Wilder

1934-35 (W 12, L 8) Coach: Rex Enright Capt: Frank Johnson, Harrison Anderson

2013-14 Outlook

1/20 22 at Florida..........................25 1/21 39 at Florida..........................40 1/23 34 at Mercer.........................40 1/24 40 at Mercer.........................38 1/28 16 at Ga. Tech......................26 1/31 23 Alabama..........................33 2/4 40 at Maryland......................36 33 at William & Mary.............32 2/6 2/7 31 at Virginia.........................17 2/11 22 Auburn.............................21 2/14 25 Clemson..........................35 2/16 29 at Clemson......................36 2/18 30 Ga.Tech...........................32 1 2/24 22 Tulane..............................46 1 SEC Tournament - Atlanta

2/7 40 Florida .............................32 27 Florida .............................22 2/8 2/12 33 Clemson .........................13 2/15 26 at Auburn ........................33 2/17 28 at Alabama ......................42 2/19 24 at Clemson .....................27 2/22 22 Ga. Tech .........................24 1 2/28 26 Auburn ............................43 1 SEC Tournament - Knoxville, Tenn.

Top Row (L-R): “Red” Caldwell, Mgr.; “Flip” Costa; Stokely Pound; “Rully” O’Kelly; Herschel Simmons, Joe Chandler; Head Coach Rex Enright; Front (L-R): Leroy Young; Tommy Moran; Vernon “Catfish” Smith; Bill Strickland; Frank Terrell.

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Year-by-Year W/L Results

Elmer Lampe Head Coach (1939-47)

1940-41 (W 13, L 11) Coach: Elmer Lampe Capt: Dan Kirkland 12/1 59 Rockmart Semi-Pro.........31 12/5 38 at Chicago.......................31 12/6 34 at Illinois...........................38 12/7 31 at Indiana.........................44 12/13 65 at Clemson......................51 1/2 58 Clemson..........................43 44 S. Carolina (OT)..............48 1/6 1/10 34 at Florida..........................39 1/11 42 at Florida..........................44 1/17 50 Vanderbilt.........................44 1/24 46 at Sewanee......................19 1/25 23 at Tennessee...................46 1/28 59 Mercer.............................47 2/1 47 Tennessee.......................36 2/4 50 USC (Augusta)................43 2/7 31 Ga. Tech..........................26 2/8 39 at Auburn.........................43 2/10 46 Florida..............................40 2/11 44 Florida..............................46 2/15 53 at Ole Miss.......................46 2/17 37 at Alabama.......................42 2/20 44 at Ga. Tech......................52 2/26 36 Auburn.............................31 1 2/28 39 Tennessee.......................41 1 SEC Tournament - Louisville, Ky.

1941-42 (W 7, L 10) Coach: Elmer Lampe Capt: Bobby Moore 30 South Carolina.................37 1/5 1/6 38 Clemson (Augusta) .........31 42 at Florida .........................33 1/9 1/10 28 at Florida .........................29 1/16 29 Alabama .........................33 1/19 26 Kentucky .........................51 1/24 63 at Clemson .....................52 1/27 38 at Vanderbilt ....................58 1/31 38 at Kentucky .....................55 2/6 28 Auburn ............................32 2/9 27 Florida .............................26 2/10 39 Florida .............................27 2/13 41 at Auburn ........................53 2/16 36 Ole Miss ..........................27 2/19 29 at Georgia Tech ..............49 2/21 38 Georgia Tech ..................37 1 2/26 52 Tennessee ......................60 1 SEC Tournament - Louisville, Ky.

170

1942-43 (W 4, L 13) Coach: Elmer Lampe Capt: Charles Anderson

1945-46 (W 12, L 9) Coach: Elmer Lampe Capt: Ross Maddox

1/9 38 at Camp Wheeler.............52 1/12 35 at South Carolina ............43 1/15 35 Vanderbilt ........................39 1/18 28 Kentucky..........................60 1/22 47 Lawson Gen. Hosp..........33 1/30 37 Camp Wheeler.................47 2/2 39 LSU..................................54 2/5 32 at Auburn.........................47 2/6 31 at Ft. Benning (OT)..........32 2/10 25 at Alabama.......................47 2/11 25 Sinkwich’s All-Stars.........21 2/13 51 Auburn.............................31 2/18 31 Georgia Tech...................58 2/20 20 at Georgia Tech...............39 2/23 31 Vanderbilt.........................66 1 2/25 36 Ole Miss...........................27 1 2/26 30 Kentucky..........................59 1 SEC Tournament - Louisville, Ky.

12/8 66 Chattanooga....................46 12/12 41 at Clemson......................34 1/5 38 Auburn.............................37 1/7 59 Alabama..........................37 1/12 58 Chattanooga....................36 1/14 41 at Vanderbilt.....................44 1/18 30 South Carolina.................42 1/21 37 at Auburn.........................40 1/22 27 at Alabama.......................45 1/26 51 Vanderbilt.........................39 1/27 33 Tennessee.......................46 2/2 57 Florida..............................65 2/6 50 at Ga. Tech......................40 36 at South Carolina.............47 2/9 2/11 28 at Tennessee...................53 2/15 46 Ga. Tech..........................43 2/18 44 at Florida..........................41 2/21 72 Clemson..........................51 1 2/28 36 Ga. Tech..........................30 1 3/1 45 Mississippi St...................44 1 3/2 41 LSU..................................60 1 SEC Tournament - Louisville, Ky.

1943-44 (W 7, L 10) Coach: Elmer Lampe Capt: Edgar Bratton 1/7 44 Lawson Gen. Hosp..........43 1/10 44 at Clemson......................40 1/14 38 at Ga. Med. School .........30 1/19 52 Clemson..........................31 1/21 42 at Robins Field.................54 1/24 44 at Mercer.........................57 1/25 48 Mercer.............................54 1/29 48 South Carolina.................64 1/31 25 A.S.T.P.............................37 2/1 35 at South Carolina.............67 2/5 40 @ Lawson Gen. Hosp..........36 2/9 48 Robins Field.....................43 2/12 39 Ga. Tech..........................42 2/15 54 Ga. Med. School..............44 2/19 44 at Ga. Tech......................71 2/22 39 at A.S.T.P.........................71 1 2/24 29 Kentucky..........................57 1 SEC Tournament - Louisville, Ky.

1944-45 (W 5, L 16) Coach: Elmer Lampe Capt: R. Mosley, R. Maddox 1/8 37 Clemson..........................30 1/10 45 Lawson Gen. Hospital......59 1/12 41 at Jax N.A.S....................59 1/13 28 at Florida..........................46 1/15 25 at South Carolina.............53 1/18 59 at Auburn.........................50 1/19 28 at Alabama.......................54 1/23 51 at Clemson......................40 1/26 36 Mercer.............................51 1/29 37 at Kentucky......................73 1/30 26 at Tennessee...................42 2/3 59 Auburn.............................43 2/5 39 @ Lawson Gen. Hospital.....57 2/9 38 at Ga. Tech......................70 2/12 38 Tennessee.......................48 2/15 59 Alabama..........................61 2/17 36 Florida..............................52 2/19 56 at Mercer.........................40 2/24 42 Ga. Tech..........................69 2/26 40 at Cherry Pt. USMC ........56 1 2/28 49 Ga. Tech..........................68 1 SEC Tournament - Louisville, Ky.

1946-47 (W 5, L 14) Coach: Elmer Lampe, Ralph Jordan Capt: A. DeLaperriere 12/5 43 at St. Johns......................66 12/7 51 at U. of Niagara...............59 12/12 55 Chattanooga....................32 1/6 46 at Mississippi...................38 1/7 27 at Alabama.......................48 1/10 50 South Carolina.................55 1/13 47 at Florida..........................50 1/18 45 Alabama..........................53 1/21 45 Kentucky..........................84 1/25 44 at Auburn.........................40 1/27 33 Tennessee.......................48 2/4 44 Ga. Tech..........................51 33 at Tennessee...................62 2/8 2/10 40 at Kentucky......................81 2/14 59 Florida..............................43 2/16 40 at South Carolina.............51 2/19 46 at Ga. Tech......................70 2/22 60 Auburn.............................45 1 2/27 45 Tennessee.......................58 1 SEC Tournament - Louisville, Ky.

1947-48 (W 18, L 10) Coach: Ralph Jordan Capt: Morgan Harvill 12/5 74 Furman............................66 12/6 81 Erskine ............................37 12/8 80 Mercer.............................62 12/11 61 at Clemson......................52 12/12 71 at Erskine.........................37 12/18 62 Chattanooga....................34 12/19 62 Virginia.............................55 49 at Furman........................44 1/6 1/9 47 Alabama (OT)..................44 1/10 74 Ole Miss...........................66 1/12 70 South Carolina.................57 1/16 41 at Auburn.........................52 1/17 47 at Alabama.......................48 1/20 51 Kentucky..........................88 1/23 55 at Florida..........................52 1/24 38 at Florida..........................46 1/26 64 Tennessee.......................70

1/30 55 at Mercer.........................53 58 Ga. Tech..........................68 2/3 2/7 60 at Tennessee...................69 73 at Chattanooga................55 2/9 2/12 64 Ga. Tech..........................73 2/14 56 Florida..............................44 2/18 65 Ga.Tech...........................58 2/21 74 Auburn.............................36 2/25 61 at South Carolina.............64 2/28 81 Clemson..........................35 1 3/4 57 Georgia Tech...................60 1 SEC Tournament - Louisville, Ky.

NOTE: The Associated Press weekly poll for basketball was inaugurated on Jan. 20, 1949. Each team’s AP ranking -- UGA on the left, its opponent on the right -- is listed in the fourth column of each season’s results.

1948-49 (W 17, L 13) Coach: Ralph Jordan Capt: Bob Healey 12/3 70 Clemson..........................48 12/4 74 Furman............................45 12/8 60 at Clemson......................58 12/10 81 Chattanooga....................53 12/11 78 Mercer.............................59 12/13 70 Miss. State.......................40 12/18 56 at Buffalo.........................51 12/20 72 at N.Y.U...........................83 1/3 56 at Furman........................71 1/7 63 at Ole Miss.......................54 1/8 40 at Alabama.......................46 1/14 55 Auburn.............................52 1/16 43 Alabama..........................49 1/18 49 at South Carolina.............43 1/21 59 at Florida..........................48 1/24 59 Tennessee.......................61 1/26 74 at Ga. Tech (OT)..............60 1/28 63 at Mercer.........................51 2/2 49 Georgia Tech...................56 2/4 51 at Tennessee...................77 2/5 66 at Chattanooga................65 2/9 53 at Erskine.........................38 2/11 63 Florida..............................39 2/12 49 Florida..............................55 2/16 58 at Ga. Tech......................60 2/20 47 at Auburn.........................53 2/21 40 at Kentucky............-/1......95 2/23 74 Erskine.............................33 2/26 63 South Carolina.................64 1 3/4 62 Tulane....................-/7......92 1 SEC Tournament

1949-50 (W 15, L 9)

Coach: Ralph Jordan, Jim Whatley Capt: Bob Healey 12/2 12/3 12/6 12/9 12/10 12/17 1/7 1/11 1/14 1/17

69 Chattanooga....................48 59 Clemson..........................40 65 at Clemson......................57 40 at Miss. State...................51 38 at Alabama.......................53 77 South Carolina.................62 70 Mississippi.......................52 63 Mercer.............................57 43 at South Carolina.............54 71 Kentucky................-/5......60


Year-by-Year W/L Results

Capt: J. Jordan, E. Davis, B. Schloss

12/4 59 South Carolina.................61 12/5 71 at Clemson......................63 12/12 77 Clemson..........................51 1 12/18 73 Auburn.............................75 1 12/19 73 Ole Miss...........................87 2 12/28 66 Ga. Tech..........................64 2 12/29 84 Florida..............................72 2 12/30 80 Georgia Teachers............69 1/2 64 at Florida..........................76 1/6 71 Tennessee.......................69 62 at LSU..............................97 1/8 1/9 53 at LSU............................100 1/11 78 Tulane..............................93 1/23 66 Auburn.............................81 1/30 70 Alabama..........................76 55 at Kentucky............-/1....106 2/4 3 2/6 68 Kentucky................-/1....100 2/13 76 at Alabama..................... 112 2/15 61 at Auburn.........................80 2/17 69 Ga. Tech..........................61 2/20 66 Mississippi.......................80 2/22 60 at Miss. State...................75 2/27 63 at Ga. Tech......................80 67 Vanderbilt.........................83 3/1 76 Florida.............................80 3/6 1 at Birmingham, Ala. 2 Gator Bowl Classic - Jacksonville 3 at Owensboro, Ky.

1952-53 (W 7, L 18) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Zippy Morocco

12/1 12/7 12/17 12/19 1 12/28

67 75 62 61 68

at Tennessee...................86 at Mercer.........................72 at Ga. Tech......................75 at Vanderbilt...........-/9......85 South Carolina.................85

Media Information

Harbin “Red” Lawson Head Coach (1952-64)

12/2 87 at South Carolina.............95 12/4 72 at Clemson......................60 12/7 66 Florida..............................60 12/19 69 at Ga. Tech......................68 12/21 64 at Vanderbilt.....................74 1 12/30 77 South Carolina.................58 1 12/31 63 Florida..............................76 2 1/1 67 Spring Hill........................69 2 1/2 80 Florida State....................92 1/4 59 at LSU..............................56 1/6 59 at Tulane..........................67 1/11 58 Alabama..........................72 1/14 69 at Mercer.........................76 1/20 59 at Ga. Tech......................72 1/25 62 at Auburn........................90 1/28 84 South Carolina.................63 3 1/29 55 Kentucky................-/8......74 2/1 79 Tennessee.......................82 2/8 73 Auburn.............................75 2/10 64 at Alabama.......................68

History

1955-56 (W 3, L 21) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt.: Horace Knight

1957-58 (W 7, L 19) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Henry Cabiniss

Records

12/3 54 at South Carolina.............74 12/7 72 Clemson..........................74 12/11 95 Mercer.............................75 1 12/27 69 Spring Hill........................78 1 12/28 87 Florida State....................97 1/3 68 at Florida..........................81 1/7 90 Miss. State.......................75 1/8 76 LSU..................................70 1/10 67 Tulane (2OT)...................65 1/15 81 at Florida State................90 1/22 88 Auburn.............................83 1/24 70 at Ga. Tech......................66 1/26 66 at Mercer.........................68 1/29 74 at Alabama............-/14...101 1/31 76 at Auburn.........................78 2/7 81 at Tennessee...................97 2/9 40 at Kentucky............-/2......86 2/13 77 Alabama...............-/13.....98 2/14 79 Florida State....................88 2/17 54 Ga.Tech...........................75 2/19 86 Ole Miss...........................80 2/21 94 at Clemson....................105 2/26 67 at Ga. Tech (2OT)............66 2/28 57 at Vanderbilt.....................78 3/4 69 Florida..............................61 1 Gator Bowl Classic - Jacksonville

12/5 88 Mercer.............................77 12/8 74 South Carolina.................97 12/18 53 at Ga. Tech......................80 12/21 81 at South Carolina.............96 1 12/27 84 Clemson..........................76 1 12/28 64 South Carolina.................62 12/31 69 at Florida..........................62 72 at Florida State................68 1/1 1/6 78 LSU..................................70 1/7 54 Tulane..............................72 1/12 75 Auburn.............................72 1/21 63 Florida State ...................86 1/23 71 at Mercer ........................91 1/26 66 at Auburn.........................73 1/28 73 at Alabama.......................89 2/2 53 at Tennessee...................91 2/9 64 Alabama..........................52 2/14 65 Ga. Tech..........................67 2/16 91 Ole Miss...........................99 2/18 73 Miss. State.......................86 2/23 60 at Ga. Tech......................74 2/25 51 at Vanderbilt.........-/10.....75 3/2 65 Florida..............................85 1 Gator Bowl Tourn. - Jacksonville

2012-13 in Review

12/2 66 Clemson..........................60 12/6 57 at Clemson......................55 12/9 63 Mercer.............................68 12/11 57 South Carolina.................50 12/19 49 Auburn (@B’ham)............71 12/23 51 Columbia (Tampa)...........61 1 12/29 57 Georgia Teachers............85 1 12/30 54 Ga. Tech..........................71 1/6 70 Ga. Tech..........................57 1/9 59 Auburn.............................64 1/10 75 Alabama..........................85 1/13 74 at Furman........................96 1/17 66 at Vanderbilt.....................97 1/19 50 LSU.......................-/14.....55 1/21 69 at Auburn.........................78 1/26 64 Tulane..............................66 2/2 75 Mississippi.......................77 2/4 73 at Ga. Tech......................78 2/7 63 at Alabama.......................67 2/10 64 at South Carolina.............72 2/16 61 Florida..............................58 2/19 62 at Mercer.........................74 2/21 75 Miss. State.......................63 2/25 87 at Tennessee...................86 3/2 73 at Florida..........................79 1 Gator Bowl Classic - Jacksonville

1954-55 (W 9, L 16) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Lamar Potts

1956-57 (W 8, L 16) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Curtis Gleaton

Opponent Info

12/1 47 at Clemson......................57 12/3 61 at Mercer.........................66 12/5 54 Clemson..........................77 12/8 48 Auburn.............................62 12/26 79 Florida State....................50 1 12/28 47 Florida..............................62 1 12/29 60 Clemson..........................85 1/5 55 at Miss. State...................88 1/7 52 at Mississippi.................103 1/12 63 South Carolina.................80 Kentucky (@L’ville)...-/3......95 1/14 55 1/16 55 Florida..............................74 1/18 60 at LSU..............................98 1/19 49 at Tulane..........................82 1/22 48 Mercer.............................63 1/26 51 at Auburn.........................65 1/28 62 Tennessee.......................68 1/31 61 at South Carolina.............62 2/6 72 Ga. Tech .........................64 2/9 53 Alabama..........................51 2/12 60 at Florida..........................74 2/16 51 Vanderbilt.........................73 2/19 56 at Alabama.......................74 2/23 73 at Ga. Tech......................79 2 2/28 49 Vanderbilt.........................61 1 Gator Bowl Classic - Jacksonville 2 SEC Tournament - Louisville, Ky.

1 12/29 86 LSU..................................91 77 at Tulane..........................96 1/5 1/7 56 at LSU..............................72 1/11 59 Tennessee.......................62 1/13 76 Florida State....................79 1/21 59 Auburn.............................60 1/28 75 Alabama...............-/12.....99 1/30 93 Florida..............................73 2/4 56 Vanderbilt...............-/3......69 91 at Mercer.........................79 2/8 2/11 69 at Alabama............-/10.....94 2/13 68 Ga. Tech..........................72 2/16 80 at Auburn.........................96 2/18 65 at Mississippi.................105 2/20 71 at Miss. State...................83 2/25 72 Ga. Tech..........................81 2/27 66 Kentucky (L’ville)....-/8....143 3/3 69 at Florida..........................82 3/5 75 at Florida State................80 1 Gator Bowl Tourn. - Jacksonville

Coaches & Support

12/9 64 Mercer.............................51 12/12 60 South Carolina.................58 12/14 58 Clemson..........................45 12/16 39 at Alabama.......................60 12/18 69 at Clemson......................70 1/6 59 Ole Miss...........................41 50 at Ga. Tech......................56 1/9 1/12 64 Florida..............................48 1/13 68 at Auburn (OT).................69 1/15 72 Tulane..............................70 1 1/18 59 at South Carolina.............57 1/20 77 Ga. Tech..........................66 1/23 60 at Mercer.........................58 1/27 49 Auburn.............................61 2/3 68 LSU..................................65 2/6 54 at Ga. Tech......................53 56 at Tampa..........................64 2/7 2/9 75 at Florida..........................58 2/10 53 Alabama..........................56 2/17 57 Miss. State.......................49 2/23 41 at Kentucky............-/1......88 2/24 62 Tennessee.......................74 2/27 57 Vanderbilt.........................69 2 3/1 60 Vanderbilt.........................70 1 Savannah Invit. Tourn. 2 SEC Tournament - Louisville, Ky.

1953-54 (W 7, L 18) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: M. Satterfield

Player Bios

1950-51 (W 13, L 11) Coach: Jim Whatley

1951-52 (W 3, L22) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Jim Umbricht

2013-14 Outlook

1/20 49 at Florida..........................54 1/21 57 at Florida..........................48 1/25 67 Ga. Tech..........................55 1/28 56 at Kentucky............-/4......88 2/1 51 at Ga. Tech......................56 64 at Chattanooga................56 2/4 2/9 54 at Auburn.........................67 2/11 77 Florida..............................52 2/15 73 Georgia Tech (OT)...........72 2/20 69 at Mercer.........................60 2/25 46 Auburn.............................55 1 3/2 59 Mississippi.......................58 1 3/3 52 Alabama..........................51 1 3/4 63 Kentucky................-/4......79 1 SEC Tournament - Louisville, Ky.

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Year-by-Year W/L Results 2/15 63 at Ole Miss.......................81 2/17 77 at Miss. State........-/18.....92 2/22 62 Ga. Tech..........................59 2/24 66 Vanderbilt.........................69 3/1 73 at Florida..........................90 3/3 77 at Florida State................85 1 Gator Bowl Tournament 2 Senior Bowl Tournament 3 at Alexander Mem. Col. - Atlanta

1958-59 (W 11, L 15) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Fred Edmonson 12/1 76 Clemson..........................59 12/3 66 at Florida..........................63 12/11 66 at Ga. Tech......................73 12/13 76 at S. Carolina...................72 1 12/19 52 The Citadel......................78 1 12/20 83 Florida State....................72 2 12/29 60 LSU..................................63 2 12/30 55 Florida..............................58 1/3 66 LSU..................................79 1/5 70 Tulane..............................63 1/7 62 Ga. Tech..........................66 1/10 80 Alabama (@Col.).............79 1/14 62 at Mercer.........................66 1/19 94 Florida State....................91 1/24 61 Auburn (@Col.)......-/5......81 1/29 55 at Kentucky............-/1....108 1/31 60 at Tennessee...................66 2/3 71 Mercer.............................59 2/7 69 at Auburn...............-/4......95 2/9 65 at Alabama.......................71 2/14 84 Ole Miss...........................61 2/16 56 Miss. State...........-/10.....76 2/18 65 South Carolina.................57 2/21 62 at Ga. Tech......................82 2/23 50 at Vanderbilt.....................78 2/28 85 Florida..............................67 1 Citadel Invit. Tournament 2 Gator Bowl Tournament

1959-60 (W 12, L 13) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Gordon Darrah 12/1 68 Oglethorpe.......................50 12/2 73 at Ga. Southern...............82 12/12 75 Florida..............................61 12/15 67 at Vanderbilt.....................79 1 12/29 79 LSU..................................67 1 12/30 69 Florida State....................66 12/31 65 Ga. Tech..........................83 1/2 74 at Tulane..........................76 1/4 77 at LSU..............................81 1/7 83 Ga. Southern..................75 1/9 70 Alabama (Columbus)............58 1/13 64 at Ga. Tech......................80 1/18 97 Stetson............................72 1/23 68 Auburn.............................59 1/27 60 Kentucky..........................84 1/30 69 Tennessee.......................62 2/2 66 South Carolina.................65 2/6 45 at Auburn.........................72 2/8 60 at Alabama (OT)..............64 2/13 67 at Miss. State (OT)..........62 2/15 63 at Ole Miss (OT)..............65 2/20 68 Ga. Tech..........................69 2/22 75 Vanderbilt.........................80 2/27 75 at Florida..........................73 2/29 82 at Florida State................95 1 Gator Bowl Tourn. - Jacksonville

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1960-61 (W 8, L 18) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Philip Simpson

Top Scorer: A. Johnson (14.9 ppg) Top Reb.: J. Johnson (10.0 rpg) 12/1 56 at Georgia Tech...............74 12/3 89 at Ga. Southern...............64 12/8 71 South Carolina.................73 12/19 72 at The Citadel..................82 12/20 67 at East Tenn. State..........69 1 12/28 62 Florida State....................56 1 12/29 51 Ga. Tech .........................54 1 12/30 58 Florida..............................73 1/4 87 at Mercer.........................74 1/7 77 Tulane..............................68 1/9 80 LSU..................................66 1/11 80 Ga. Tech..........................89 1/14 65 Alabama (@Col.) .................57 1/21 68 Auburn (@Col.)................78 1/25 66 Mercer.............................46 1/28 68 Florida (Jax).....................90 2/4 67 at Tennessee...................75 2/7 67 at Kentucky......................74 2/11 69 at Auburn.........................73 2/13 51 at Alabama.......................55 2/16 68 at Florida State................77 2/18 73 Ole Miss...........................69 2/20 77 Miss. State.......................99 2/25 71 at Ga. Tech......................83 2/27 76 at Vanderbilt.....................87 3/4 74 Florida..............................78 1 Gator Bowl Tourn. - Jacksonville

1961-62 (W 8, L 16) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Allan Johnson

Top Scorer: A. Johnson (17.6) Top Reb.: C. Gill (9.5 rpg) 12/2 12/9 12/19 1/3 1/6 1/8 1/11 1/13 1/23 1/27 1/31 2/3 2/5 2/6 2/10 2/12 2/15 2/17 2/19 2/22 2/24 2/26 3/2 3/3

64 at Ga. Southern ..............74 70 at Ga. Tech .....................67 78 Florida (@Sav.) ...............72 72 at South Carolina ............97 46 at Tulane .........................76 57 at LSU .............................76 62 at Ga. Tech .....................68 55 Alabama .........................67 70 Georgia Southern ...........58 47 Auburn ...........................83 59 Kentucky ...............-/2......86 84 Tennessee ......................87 75 Mercer ............................64 91 Citadel (@Auburn) ..........86 49 Auburn (@Tusc.) ............74 72 at Alabama ......................79 62 Florida State ...................71 75 at Ole Miss ......................79 74 at Miss. State ..................83 85 at Mercer ........................72 68 Ga. Tech .........................61 71 Vanderbilt ........................69 69 at Florida State .............101 78 at Florida .......................105

1962-63 (W 9, L 17) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Carlton Gill

Top Scorer: Billy Rado (19.0 ppg) Top Reb.: Carlton Gill (6.6 rpg) 12/1 12/3

65 at North Carolina ............89 89 at The Citadel .................73

12/6 85 South Carolina ................72 12/8 73 Clemson .........................93 1 12/27 69 FSU ................................77 1 12/28 70 Ga. Southern ..................61 1 12/29 68 Alabama .........................72 1/3 60 at Clemson .....................77 1/5 77 Tulane .............................69 1/7 76 LSU .................................67 1/9 70 Ga. Tech ...............-/7......72 1/12 61 at Alabama ......................67 1/14 54 at FSU ............................88 1/17 90 FSU ................................76 1/19 58 at Florida .........................90 1/21 99 at Stetson .......................80 1/26 62 Auburn ............................78 1/31 67 at Kentucky .....................74 2/2 65 at Tennessee ..................94 2/9 67 at Auburn ........................70 2/11 59 Alabama .........................61 2/16 76 Ole Miss ..........................63 2/18 75 Miss. State ............-/6......86 2/23 58 at Ga. Tech .....................66 2/25 64 at Vanderbilt ....................82 3/2 79 Florida .............................77 1 Savannah Invit. Tourn. - Savannah

1/16 74 at Miss. State ..................79 1/18 57 Tennessee ......................76 1/23 65 at Auburn ........................95 1/25 82 Kentucky .......................102 1/27 67 Alabama (2 OT) ..............72 1/30 49 at Tennessee ..................83 2/1 64 at Kentucky .....................96 2/6 62 Auburn ............................60 2/9 62 at Ga. Tech .....................73 2/13 90 Ole Miss ..........................68 2/15 82 Miss. State ......................62 2/20 91 Ga. Tech .........................66 2/22 72 at Vanderbilt ....................89 2/27 74 Florida .............................83 3/5 66 at Florida .........................90 3/6 83 at Florida State ...............85 1 Gator Bowl Tourn. - Jacksonville

1963-64 (W 12, L 14) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Charles Bagby

Top Scorer: J. Pitts (18.7 ppg) Top Reb.: J. Waller (13.7 rpg) 12/2 65 at Ga. Tech .....................73 12/5 87 at Clemson .....................86 12/7 60 at South Carolina ............77 12/17 75 at Virginia Tech ...............81 12/18 71 at North Carolina ............99 12/30 52 at Navy ...........................57 1/1 49 Alabama .........................47 1/4 63 at LSU .............................81 1/6 87 at Tulane .........................83 1/17 59 at Florida .........................57 1/18 63 at Florida State ...............64 1/21 55 at Ga. Tech .....................71 1/25 77 Auburn ............................85 1/27 112 South Carolina ................90 1/29 96 Virginia Tech....................87 2/1 79 Tennessee ......................67 2/3 83 Kentucky ...............-/4....103 2/6 81 Clemson (OT) .................83 2/8 71 Auburn ............................67 2/10 70 at Alabama ......................72 2/15 72 at Ole Miss ......................80 2/17 73 at Miss. State ..................61 2/22 81 Ga. Tech .........................68 2/24 81 Vanderbilt ........................69 2/29 64 Florida .............................69

1964-65 (W 8, L 18) Coach: Harbin Lawson Capt: Jimmy Pitts

Top Scorer: J. Pitts (18.7 ppg) Top Reb.: J. Waller (10.8 rpg) 12/3 64 North Carolina .....-/13.....61 12/5 60 at Clemson .....................72 12/19 79 Ga. Tech .........................66 12/22 93 Clemson .........................75 1 12/28 60 Texas ..............................66 1 1/29 69 Wake Forest ...................83 1/2 69 at LSU .............................70 1/4 86 at Tulane (OT) ................83 1/7 55 Florida State (OT) ...........64 1/11 62 Vanderbilt ........................75

Ken Rosemond Head Coach (1966-74) 1965-66 (W 10, L 15) Coach: Ken Rosemond Capt: Lee Martin

Top Scorer: J. Waller (14.9 ppg) Top Reb.: J. Waller (10.1 rpg) 12/1 76 at N.C. State ...................92 12/7 76 TCU (OT) ........................75 12/9 76 at Ga. Tech .....................65 12/18 71 N.C. State .......................78 12/29 91 Jacksonville ....................71 1/1 82 LSU .................................59 1/3 63 Florida State ...................57 1/8 63 Vanderbilt ..............-/3......77 1/10 65 Kentucky (2 OT) ...-/2......69 1/12 60 at Alabama ......................68 1/15 81 Tulane .............................69 1/19 56 at Ga. Tech .....................89 1/22 52 Florida .............................65 1/27 91 at Ole Miss ......................71 1/31 54 at Miss. State ..................58 2/5 50 at Kentucky ...........-/2......74 2/7 71 at Tennessee ................100 2/12 83 Miss. State ......................71 2/16 83 Auburn ............................74 2/19 69 Tennessee ......................83 2/21 63 at Auburn ........................74 2/23 97 at Vanderbilt ..........-/5.... 117 2/26 67 Ga.Tech ..........................61 3/4 49 at Florida .........................59 3/5 69 at FSU ............................87


Year-by-Year W/L Results 1966-67 (W 9, L 17) Coach: Ken Rosemond Capt: T. Duggins, F. Harscher

12/2 82 Coll. of Charleston ..........59 12/16 66 at LSU .............................62 12/23 83 N.C. State .............-/4......97 1 12/27 66 Duquesne .......................71 1 12/28 70 Rhode Island ..................62 1 12/29 77 Southern Cal. ..................74 1/4 97 Bucknell ..........................80 1/6 86 Vanderbilt .............-/11.....89 1/8 84 Auburn ............................72 1/13 64 at Tennessee ..................79 1/15 68 at Kentucky .....................89 1/20 55 LSU .................................56 1/22 68 at Auburn ........................64 1/27 71 Ole Miss. .........................67 1/29 84 Miss. State ......................90 1/31 87 Ga. Tech .........................78 2/3 81 Florida .............................78

Top Scorer: B. Magarity (16.8 ppg) Top Reb.: B. Magarity (6.6 rpg) 11/30 94 LSU-NO ..........................63 12/15 63 La. College .....................53 12/18 60 at N.C. State .........-/2......94 1 12/21 55 Dayton ............................63 1 12/22 60 Drake ..............................66 1/31 88 Vermont ..........................55 70 Ole Miss ..........................78 1/5 1/7 74 at Kentucky .....................80 1/12 75 at Florida .........................71 1/14 71 Vanderbilt ..............-/6......91 1/16 75 at Ga. Tech .....................66 1/19 56 Miss. State ......................76 1/21 83 at LSU .............................90 1/26 71 Alabama ...............-/9......86 1/28 85 Auburn ............................82 2/2 70 at Tennessee ..................84 2/4 55 at Ole Miss ......................59 2/9 72 Kentucky .........................86 2/11 74 Florida .............................87 2/16 78 at Vanderbilt ..........-/5......83 2/18 69 at Miss. State ..................84 2/23 79 LSU .................................84 2/25 74 at Alabama ...........-/13.....99 3/2 84 at Auburn ........................97 3/4 89 Tennessee ......................97 3/7 95 Ga. Tech .........................97 1 Dayton Classic-Dayton, Ohio

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12/3 107 Sewanee .........................67 12/5 84 Georgia Tech ..................74 12/7 95 Old Dominion ..................85

12/1 60 Rollins .............................64 12/4 88 Ga.Tech ..........................97 12/7 87 N.C. State ............-/19.....78 12/19 75 Davidson (OT) ................77 12/21 76 at LSU .............................97 1 12/29 42 LaSalle ............................50 1 12/30 55 Davidson .........................63 1/2 69 Vanderbilt ........................76 1/4 58 Auburn ............................79 1/9 47 at Tennessee .......-/17.....51 1/11 66 at Kentucky ..........-/11.....79

Top Scorer: J. Waller (14.9 ppg) Top Reb.: J. Waller (10.1 rpg)

1973-74 (W 6, L 20) Coach: John Guthrie Capt: Charlie Anderson

History

Top Scorer: B. Lienhard (23.8 ppg) Top Reb.: B. Lienhard (15.8 rpg)

Top Scorer: R. Hogue (16.2 ppg) Top Reb.: C. Westbrook (7.8 rpg)

1972-73 (W 10, L 16) Coach: Ken Rosemond Capt: G. Gianfrancesco Ronnie Hogue

John Guthrie Head Coach (1974-78)

Records

1968-69 (W 13, L 12) Coach: Ken Rosemond Capt: Bob Lienhard

1970-71 (W 6, L 19) Coach: Ken Rosemond Capt: Barry Cohen

12/1 102 Sewanee .........................72 12/4 81 at N.C. State....................92 12/6 85 South Alabama................70 12/16 78 at Illinois...........................84 12/20 115 LSU..................................95 12/23 82 Coll. of Charleston................61 1/3 112 Rollins..............................77 1/8 76 at Vanderbilt (OT)............80 1/10 93 at Auburn.........................99 1/15 57 Tennessee.......................59 1/17 85 Kentucky...............-/15.....73 1/22 68 at LSU..............................69 1/24 79 Auburn.............................72 1/29 80 at Ole Miss.......................74 1/31 58 at Miss. State (OT)..........62 2/2 78 at Ga. Tech......................82 2/5 74 at Florida..........................63 2/12 98 Vanderbilt.........................91 2/14 91 Alabama..........................99 2/19 68 at Tennessee (OT).-/20.....71 2/21 63 at Kentucky...........-/17.....87 2/26 79 Ole Miss...........................69 2/28 87 Miss. State.......................82 3/4 75 Florida..............................72 3/7 93 Ga. Tech..........................78 3/9 73 at Alabama....................101

2012-13 in Review

12/2 138 Arkansas A&M ................91 12/7 78 at Ga. Tech .....................86 12/9 84 Jacksonville ....................50 12/18 94 Furman ...........................80 1 12/28 79 Yale .................................75 1 12/29 62 N.C. State .......................56 70 at Ole Miss ......................64 1/1 72 Miss. State ......................69 1/6 1/8 76 LSU .................................79 1/13 72 at Tennessee ........-/5......77 1/15 73 at Kentucky ...........-/4....104 1/17 81 at Miss. State ..................77 1/22 63 at Florida .........................90 1/27 76 Auburn ............................74 1/29 95 Alabama .........................73 1/31 56 at Auburn ........................62 2/3 95 at Alabama ......................83 2/5 77 at Vanderbilt ..........-/7......82 2/10 61 Tennessee ............-/5......43 2/12 78 at LSU .............................73 2/15 89 Ga. Tech .........................76 2/19 87 Kentucky ...............-/8....106 2/24 91 Vanderbilt ........................77 2/26 111 Ole Miss ..........................77 3/2 97 Florida .............................83 1 Triangle Classic Tourn. - Raleigh, N.C.

12/1 98 Sewanee .........................67 12/3 80 at Ga. Tech .....................92 12/6 70 Illinois ..............................81 12/8 78 Alabama .........................57 1 12/22 72 Davidson ...............-/4......74 2 12/27 66 LaSalle ............................76 2 12/29 82 BYU (OT) .......................89 72 at Vanderbilt ....................68 1/3 68 at Auburn ........................64 1/5 1/10 61 Tennessee ...........-/12.....56 1/12 71 Kentucky ...............-/2......72 1/19 71 Auburn ............................67 1/24 96 at Ole Miss ......................84 1/26 79 at Miss. State ..................76 1/31 68 at Florida .........................64 2/4 74 Ga. Tech .........................69 2/7 94 Vanderbilt ........................90 86 at Alabama ......................94 2/9 2/14 55 at Tennessee .......20/-.....57 2/16 86 at Kentucky ......... 20/3... 116 2/18 86 at LSU .............................88 2/21 94 Ole Miss ..........................79 2/23 77 Miss. State ......................86 2/28 85 Florida .............................69 3/7 88 LSU .................................99 1 at Charlotte, N.C. 2 Quaker City Tourn. - Philadelphia

Top Scorer: R. Hogue (20.5 ppg) Top Reb.: T. Bassett (13.0 rpg)

Opponent Info

Top Scorer: B. Lienhard (21.3 ppg) Top Reb.: B. Lienhard (14.9 rpg)

Top Scorer: B. Lienhard (21.3 ppg) Top Reb.: B. Lienhard (13.9 rpg)

1971-72 (W 14, L 12) Coach: Ken Rosemond Capt: Dick Toth

Coaches & Support

1967-68 (W 17, L 8) Coach: Ken Rosemond Capt: Ray Jeffords

1969-70 (W 13, L 12) Coach: Ken Rosemond Capt: Nick Gimpel

2/10 52 at Vanderbilt ....................87 2/12 67 at Alabama ...........-/10.....78 2/17 71 Tennessee ......................85 2/19 86 Kentucky .........................99 2/24 62 at Ole Miss ......................69 2/26 68 at Miss. State...................72 72 at Florida..........................77 3/3 67 at Ga. Tech......................77 3/6 3/8 70 Alabama..........................78 1 Quaker City Tourn. - Philadelphia

Player Bios

12/1 92 Sewanee .........................74 12/7 89 Ga.Tech ..........................87 12/10 85 at Jacksonville ................70 12/20 68 at Brown .........................75 1 12/28 64 Florida .............................78 1 12/29 90 Penn State ......................82 12/31 71 Miss. State ...........-/10.....93 85 Ole Miss ..........................78 1/2 63 at Miss. State ..................92 1/7 85 at LSU .............................87 1/9 1/14 70 Tennessee ......................87 1/16 49 Kentucky .........................40 1/21 53 at Ga. Tech .....................79 1/23 61 Florida ...................-/8......63 1/28 64 at Auburn ........................73 1/30 73 at Alabama ......................66 2/1 49 Auburn ............................62 2/4 68 Alabama .........................50 41 Vanderbilt (OT) .....-/9......51 2/6 2/11 36 at Tennessee ..................68 2/13 78 LSU .................................65 2/15 79 Ga.Tech ..........................87 2/20 76 at Kentucky ...................101 2/25 61 at Vanderbilt ..........-/9......81 2/27 67 at Ole Miss ......................75 63 at Florida .........................96 3/4 1 Gator Bowl Tourn. - Jacksonville

1/18 77 at Auburn ........................76 1/23 88 Ole Miss ..........................80 1/25 66 Miss. State (OT) .............67 1/30 79 Florida .............................88 77 at Ga. Tech .....................90 2/3 60 at Vanderbilt ....................74 2/6 2/8 71 at Alabama ......................70 2/13 61 Tennessee ...........-/14.....64 2/15 95 Kentucky ...............-/8....107 2/20 72 at Ole Miss ......................76 2/22 57 at Miss. State ..................62 2/27 62 at Florida .........................61 3/4 84 Alabama .........................76 3/6 66 LSU .................................69 1 Charlotte Invitational - Charlotte

2013-14 Outlook

Top Scorer: J. Youngblood (15.1 ppg) Top Reb.: Don Wix (7.1 rpg)

12/9 80 at Alabama ......................73 12/19 97 Furman ...........................71 12/21 89 at LSU .............................98 1 12/26 83 Boston College ...............89 1 12/27 77 Florida .............................82 1/4 104 Vanderbilt ........................80 1/6 74 Auburn ............................69 1/11 67 at Tennessee ..................82 1/13 68 at Kentucky ...........-/7......88 1/20 85 at Auburn ........................84 1/25 84 Ole Miss ..........................81 1/27 71 Miss. State ......................73 2/1 69 Florida .............................73 2/8 90 at Vanderbilt ....................83 2/10 87 Alabama .........................78 2/13 66 at Georgia Tech ..............73 2/15 55 Tennessee ......................57 2/17 77 Kentucky ...............-/4......85 2/22 85 at Ole Miss (OT) .............82 2/24 95 at Miss. State ..................80 3/1 78 at Florida .........................96 3/8 80 LSU (2 OT) .....................90 1 Gator Bowl Tourn. - Jacksonville

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Year-by-Year W/L Results 1974-75 (W 8, L 17) Coach: John Guthrie Capt: Bill Magarity

Top Scorer: J. Dorsey (25.8 ppg) Top Reb.: J. Dorsey (11.8 rpg) 11/29 86 Ga. Tech .........................67 12/10 87 Northeast La. ..................86 12/19 75 Brown .............................79 12/21 102 Southern Miss. ................76 1 12/27 70 Marquette ............-/14...100 1 12/28 91 Wisconsin (OT) ...............89 1/2 88 at Ole Miss ......................83 1/6 77 Kentucky ...............-/9......96 1/11 69 Florida .............................83 1/13 80 at Vanderbilt ..................102 1/18 67 at Miss. State ..................65 1/20 89 LSU .................................90 1/25 68 at Alabama ............-/6......92 1/27 64 at Auburn ........................65 2/1 69 Tennessee ....................105 87 Ole Miss ..........................93 2/3 61 at Kentucky ...........-/5......75 2/8 2/10 65 at Florida .........................66 2/13 78 Vanderbilt ........................81 2/17 71 Miss. State ......................77 2/22 90 at LSU (OT) ....................96 2/24 64 Alabama................-/5......73 3/1 93 Auburn.............................90 77 at Ga. Tech......................73 3/5 74 at Tennessee...................95 3/8 1 Milwaukee Classic - Milwaukee, Wis.

1975-76 (W 12, L 15) Coach: John Guthrie Capt: Bryan Drafts

Top Scorer: J. Dorsey (21.8 ppg) Top Reb.: J. Dorsey (9.4 rpg) 11/28 57 at Ga. Tech .....................59 12/8 55 Fair. Dickinson ................59 12/11 83 Appalachian St ...............67 12/13 96 Southern Miss. ................70 12/15 97 Furman ...........................76 1 12/19 56 at Indiana ..............-/1......93 1 12/20 74 Oregon ............................87 12/30 117 Delaware ........................75 1/3 73 Tennessee ...........-/12.....79 1/6 69 Ga. Tech .........................63 1/10 85 at Vanderbilt (OT) ...........95 1/12 76 at Kentucky .....................92 1/17 70 Auburn ............................94 1/19 87 Florida .............................79 1/24 83 at LSU .............................79 1/26 74 at Ole Miss ......................72 1/31 85 Miss. State ......................73 2/2 67 Alabama (OT) ......-/11.....69 2/7 69 Vanderbilt (2 OT) ............71 2/9 86 Kentucky .........................81 2/14 79 at Auburn ........................88 2/16 84 at Florida .........................98 2/21 75 LSU .................................70 2/23 70 Ole Miss ..........................68 2/28 79 at Miss. State ..................90 3/1 76 at Alabama ............-/7......87 3/6 70 at Tennessee .......-/12.....86 1 IU Classic-Bloomington, Ind.

1976-77 (W 9, L 18) Coach: John Guthrie Capt: Walter Daniels

Top Scorer: D. Reavis (14.3 ppg) Top Reb.: L. Mercer (7.6 rpg) 11/26 43 Ga. Tech .........................64 12/7 64 Troy State .......................57 12/11 108 Buffalo ............................77 12/15 87 at Furman .......................83 12/18 58 Farleigh Dickinson ..........44 12/20 88 Evansville (OT) ...............86 1 12/29 52 Indiana ............................74

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1 12/30 73 S. Carolina (OT) .............74 1/3 59 at Kentucky (OT) ..-/6......64 69 at Vanderbilt ....................72 1/5 1/8 76 Florida ...........................101 1/10 71 Auburn ............................95 1/15 62 at Ole Miss ......................82 1/17 77 at LSU .............................97 1/22 82 Miss. State ......................73 1/24 74 Alabama (OT) .......-/3......78 1/27 60 at Ga. Tech .....................51 2/1 82 at Tennessee .......-/11...106 71 at Florida .........................84 2/5 74 at Auburn ........................83 2/7 2/12 92 Ole Miss ..........................76 2/14 69 LSU .................................75 2/19 69 at Miss. State ..................98 2/21 68 at Alabama ............-/4......78 2/26 83 Tennessee ............-/7......76 3/5 71 Vanderbilt ........................74 3/7 54 Kentucky ...............-/2......72 1 Sugar Bowl Classic — New Orleans, La.

1977-78 (W 11, L 16) Coach: John Guthrie Capt: Walter Daniels

Top Scorer: L. Foster (11.9 ppg) Top Reb.: L. Mercer (8.6 rpg) 11/25 58 at Ga. Tech .....................75 1 12/3 72 Troy State .......................58 1 12/10 77 St. Leo ............................55 1 12/11 60 Georgetown ....................66 12/17 42 Louisiana Tech ................34 12/20 83 Furman ...........................92 2 12/28 84 Ohio State (OT) ..............80 2 12/29 73 Louisville (OT) ......-/7......70 1/2 69 Auburn ............................76 1/4 57 Florida .............................54 1/7 78 at LSU .............................96 63 at Ole Miss ......................75 1/9 1/11 68 Ga. Tech .........................64 1/14 44 Miss. State ......................57 1/16 71 Alabama (OT) .................70 1/21 75 at Tennessee ..................74 1/28 56 at Vanderbilt ....................64 1/30 73 at Kentucky ...........-/1......90 2/4 68 LSU .................................89 57 Ole Miss ..........................56 2/6 2/11 45 at Miss. State ..................68 2/13 66 at Alabama ......................67 2/18 72 Tennessee ......................77 2/25 64 Vanderbilt ........................62 2/27 67 Kentucky ..............-/2......78 3/4 80 at Auburn ........................81 3/6 68 at Florida .........................86 1 G’town Invitational — Washington, D.C. 2 Louisville Cl.-Louisville, Ky.

1978-79 (W 14, L 14) Coach: Hugh Durham

Capt: W. Daniels, M. Slonaker Top Scorer: W. Daniels (21.9 ppg) Top Reb.: L. Mercer (7.7 rpg) 11/28 96 Rollins .............................68 12/1 51 at Ga. Tech .....................75 12/11 85 UNC-Asheville ................73 1 12/15 56 Idaho State .....................66 1 12/16 83 Hofstra ............................70 12/27 74 Pan American .................72 12/30 122 Baptist College ...............62 1/3 75 at LSU ...................-/7......97 1/6 69 Miss. State ...........-/18.....67 1/8 71 Alabama .........................83 1/11 77 Auburn ............................84 1/13 79 Tennessee ......................75 1/20 76 at Vanderbilt ....................78 1/22 64 at Kentucky .....................73 1/24 59 at Ole Miss ......................53 1/27 93 LSU .......................-/9......88 1/29 63 Ole Miss ..........................82 2/3 62 at Miss. State ..................86 2/5 59 at Alabama ...........-/15.....67 2/7 76 Florida .............................64

2/10 81 at Tennessee (3 OT) ............87 2/13 56 Ga.Tech ..........................55 2/17 63 Vanderbilt .............-/19.....60 2/19 74 Kentucky .........................90 2/22 68 at Auburn ........................73 2/24 63 at Florida (OT) ................62 2 2/28 75 Miss. State ......................72 2 3/1 91 Auburn (4 OT) .................95 1 Salt Lake City Classic 2 SEC Tournament - Birmingham

Oil Capital Classic-Tulsa Cotton States Classic.-Atlanta 3 SEC Tournament - Birmingham 4 Nat’l. Invitational Tournament 1 2

Hugh Durham

Georgia’s All-Time Winningest Coach W298, L216 (1978-95)

1979-80 (W 14, L 13) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: J. Daughtry, L. Mercer

Top Scorer: D. Wilkins (18.6 ppg) Top Reb.: T. Fair (10.0 rpg) 11/30 100 Troy State .......................77 12/3 122 Whittier ...........................62 12/8 87 Eckerd ............................61 12/12 64 at Ole Miss ......................62 12/15 66 Ga. Tech .........................59 1 12/17 69 Kentucky ...............-/5......95 12/19 94 Erskine ............................70 12/22 73 Belmont ..........................53 12/29 102 Lenoir-Rhyne ..................74 52 at Florida .........................57 1/2 1/5 88 Vanderbilt ........................66 75 at Miss. State ..................88 1/9 1/12 73 LSU (2 OT) ...........-/6......72 1/16 68 at Alabama ......................65 1/19 53 at Auburn ........................58 1/23 55 Tennessee ......................54 1/26 49 at Kentucky ...........-/5......56 1/30 76 Florida .............................48 69 at Vanderbilt ....................70 2/2 2/6 56 Miss. State ......................62 2/9 77 at LSU .............................96 2/11 64 Alabama (OT) .................66 2/16 65 Auburn (OT) ....................69 2/18 38 at Ga. Tech .....................40 2/21 49 at Tennessee ..................50 2/23 77 Ole Miss ..........................65 2 2/27 71 Auburn ............................79 1 at The Omni, Atlanta 2 SEC Tournament - Birmingham

1980-81 (W 19, L 12) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: E. Marbury, W. Fowler

Top Scorer: D. Wilkins (23.6 ppg) Top Reb.: T. Fair (7.7 rpg) 12/1 108 Troy State .......................65 12/6 55 at Ga. Tech .....................38 1 12/12 66 at Tulsa ...........................64 1 12/13 81 Oral Roberts ...................65 12/16 96 Carson-Newman .............65 2 12/19 77 UT-Chattanooga ............68 2 12/20 62 Florida State ...................64 12/23 70 Ole Miss ..........................62 12/30 65 Ga. Tech .........................51 1/3 62 at Kentucky ...........-/5......76 1/7 90 Florida .............................74 1/10 55 at Vanderbilt ....................70 1/14 66 Miss. State ......................64 1/17 65 at LSU ...................-/6......78 1/21 71 Alabama .........................83 1/24 67 Auburn ............................63 1/28 67 at Tennessee .......-/11.....72 1/31 68 Kentucky (2 OT)....-/7......71 2/4 87 at Florida .........................64 2/7 80 Vanderbilt ........................72 2/11 68 at Miss. State (OT) .........65 2/14 62 LSU .......................-/4......64 2/18 74 at Alabama ......................91 2/21 76 at Auburn ........................65 2/25 76 Tennessee (OT) ...-/10.....75 2/28 62 at Ole Miss.......................64 3 3/4 88 Alabama .........................80 3 3/5 68 LSU .......................-/3......60 3 3/6 62 Ole Miss ..........................66 4 3/11 74 Old Dominion ..................60 4 3/16 72 South Alabama ...............73

1981-82 (W 19, L 12) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: E. Marbury, W. Fowler

Top Scorer: D. Wilkins (23.6 ppg) Top Reb.: T. Fair (7.7 rpg) 11/28 84 at San Francisco...16/-.....92 12/1 70 at Florida State................67 12/5 62 Georgia Tech...................61 12/12 113 Carson-Newman..............67 12/16 54 at Ole Miss.......................56 1 12/18 79 Northeastern....................66 1 12/19 76 Ala.-Birmingham...-/16.....72 12/28 53 Ga. Tech (@Omni)...........42 1/2 66 Kentucky................-/4......68 1/6 73 at Florida..........................67 1/9 76 Vanderbilt.........................53 1/13 26 at Miss. State...................20 1/16 53 LSU..................................54 1/20 66 at Alabama............-/16.....81 1/23 74 at Auburn.........................82 1/27 64 Tennessee............-/15.....66 1/30 73 at Kentucky............-/7......82 2/3 87 Florida..............................73 2/6 68 at Vanderbilt.....................57 2/10 71 Miss. State.......................49 2/13 57 at LSU..............................51 2 2/14 57 North Carolina.......-/2......66 2/17 85 Alabama...............-/19.....99 2/20 57 Auburn.............................56 2/24 64 at Tennessee........-/19.....63 2/27 64 Ole Miss...........................58 3 3/6 74 Alabama...............-/18.....85 4 3/11 73 Temple.............................60 4 3/15 83 Maryland..........................69 4 3/17 90 Virginia Tech....................73 4 3/22 60 Purdue (@N.Y.)...............61 1 Cotton States Classic-Atlanta 2 at Greensboro, N.C. 3 SEC Tournament - Lexington 4 National Invitation Tournament

1982-83 (W 24, L 10) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: Fair, Heard, Floyd SEC TOURNAMENT CHAMPS NCAA FINAL FOUR Top Scorer: V. Fleming (16.9 ppg) Top Reb.: T. Fair (6.6 rpg)

11/26 99 Georgia State .................62 11/30 81 Randolph-Macon ............53 12/4 82 Ga. Tech (@Omni)... .......67 12/11 93 Cent. Wesleyan ..............55 12/15 75 at Texas ..........................54 12/18 104 at Augusta Col. ...............60


11/28 103 Seattle Univ.....................58 11/30 79 at Armstrong St................62 Ga. Tech (@Omni)..-/15.....72 12/3 66 12/6 91 Central Florida.................66

Top Scorer: A. Kessler (21.0 ppg) Top Reb.: A. Kessler (10.4 rpg) 11/27 91 Baptist College................55 1 12/1 77 TCU.................................72 1 12/2 76 at Western Ky. ................70 12/9 92 at Central Florida.............62 12/11 85 Mercer.............................57 12/16 89 Ga. Tech (@Omni)..-/15......92 12/20 91 Jacksonville.....................62 2 12/28 65 Wisconsin........................64 2 12/29 61 at Arizona State...............62 1/3 106 Kentucky..........................91 1/6 69 at Florida..........................97 1/9 62 at Alabama............-/24.....79 1/13 108 Vanderbilt.........................81 1/17 83 Miss. State.......................69 1/20 74 at Ole Miss.......................84 1/24 94 at LSU (OT)..........-/16.....92 1/27 85 Tennessee.......................77 1/31 88 Auburn.............................75 2/3 77 at Kentucky......................88 2/6 70 Florida..............................65 2/10 75 Alabama..........................64 2/14 67 at Vanderbilt.....................66 2/17 82 at Miss. State...................74 2/21 107 Ole Miss...........................83 2/25 86 LSU.......................-/12.....85 2/28 83 at Tennessee........25/-.....93 94 at Auburn..............25/-.....79 3/3 3 3/9 74 Vanderbilt (OT).....25/-.....78 4 3/16 88 Texas.............................100 1 WKU Invitational - Bowling Green, Ky. 2 Tribune Classic - Tempe, Ariz. 3 SEC Tournament - Orlando 4 NCAA Tourn. 1st round - Indianapolis

Media Information

11/28 59 Birm.-Southern................38 12/1 57 at Michigan......................63 12/7 99 Presbyterian....................59

1989-90 (W 20, L 9) SEC CHAMPIONS Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: A. Kessler, M. Harron

History

Top Reb.: C. Henderson (7.1 rpg)

Top Scorer: W. Anderson (15.9 ppg) Top Reb.: D. Dunn (7.1 rpg)

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Records

Top Scorer: C. Henderson (15.5 ppg)

1986-87 (W 18, L 12) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: C. Kessler, D. Williams

11/27 93 Southern..........................87 11/28 68 at SW Louisiana..............86 12/2 86 Valdosta State.................47 12/5 77 Ga. Tech (@Omni)...........78 12/12 95 UNC-Asheville.................65 12/15 92 at Augusta College..........76 2 12/18 81 New Orleans....................77 2 12/19 85 Ala.-Birmingham..............66 2 12/20 66 Japan All-Stars................62 3 12/23 79 La Salle............................71 3 12/24 54 Virginia.............................87 3 12/25 90 Oklahoma.............-/12.....93 12/29 105 Baptist College................56 1/2 77 Kentucky................-/2......84 1/7 59 at Alabama.......................57 1/9 70 at Florida...............-/15.....87 1/13 87 Auburn..................-/19.....68 1/16 59 LSU..................................50 1/20 77 at Vanderbilt.....................92 1/23 72 at Miss. State...................80 1/27 86 Ole Miss...........................70 2/3 81 at Tennessee...................92 2/6 67 Alabama..........................54 2/10 71 Florida..............................65 2/13 57 at Auburn.........................64 2/17 62 at LSU..............................63 2/20 71 Vanderbilt..............-/16.....77 2/24 49 Miss. State.......................35 2/27 72 at Ole Miss.......................75 3/2 72 at Kentucky............-/8......80 3/5 80 Tennessee.......................69 4 3/10 64 Miss. State.......................43 4 3/11 65 Auburn.............................60 4 3/12 72 Florida..............................70 4 3/13 57 Kentucky................-/6......62 5 3/17 53 Ga. Southern...................48 5 3/22 59 at Mid. Tenn. State...........69 1 La. Tipoff Classic - Lafayette, La. 2 Phenix NCAA Ball - Tokyo, Japan 3 Chaminade Christmas Classic - Honolulu 4 SEC Tournament - Baton Rouge, La. 5 National Invitation Tournament 1

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1984-85 (W 22, L 9) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: R. Corhen, G. Crosby

Capt: W. Anderson, M. Blakley Top Scorer: W. Anderson (16.7 ppg) Top Reb.: A. Kessler (5.6 rpg)

11/18 76 Arkansas State................61 11/20 91 at North Carolina...-/6......99 11/28 75 at Jacksonville.................70 2 12/2 80 Long Beach State............63 2 12/3 76 at Iowa...................-/6....102 12/10 100 Augusta College..............84 12/17 80 Ga. Tech (@Omni)...-/11.....69 12/19 109 UNC-Asheville.................65 12/22 65 Alabama..........................60 3 12/29 58 Princeton.........................54 3 12/30 95 LaSalle.............................85 1/4 65 at Kentucky......................76 1/7 66 Florida..............................80 1/11 62 at Alabama............20/-.....80 1/14 75 at Vanderbilt..........20/-.....76 1/19 79 at Miss. State...................68 1/21 70 Ole Miss (OT)..................74 1/25 79 LSU..................................80 1/28 74 at Tennessee...................73 75 at Auburn.........................62 2/2 2/5 84 Kentucky..........................72 2/8 60 at Florida..........................65 2/12 66 at New Mexico.................80 2/15 72 Vanderbilt.........................85 2/18 85 Miss. State (OT)..............86 2/20 83 at LSU..............................97 2/22 79 at Ole Miss.......................88 3/1 68 Tennessee.......................75 3/4 80 Auburn.............................76 4 3/9 83 Miss. State.......................68 4 3/10 61 Florida..............................62 1 Big Apple Preseason NIT 2 Amana-Hawkeye Classic - Iowa City 3 Cotton States Classic - Atlanta 4 SEC Tournament - Knoxville 1

Opponent Info

11/25 83 Mid. Tenn. State....16/-.....67 1 11/26 85 Western Ky...........16/-.....68 Ga. Tech (@Omni)...13/-.....62 12/2 64 Michigan (@Omni)...13/-.....76 12/5 70 2 12/10 80 Northern Iowa.......10/-.....58 2 12/11 93 at Drake................10/-.....59 12/17 88 Valdosta State......12/-.....69 12/21 73 ETSU (@Chatt.)...14/-.....54 12/29 73 Xavier...................11/-.....70 1/3 71 Tennessee............11/-.....57 1/5 77 LSU...................... 11/9.....81 1/10 70 Ole Miss................15/-.....51 1/14 60 at Alabama............15/-.....65 1/16 54 at Miss. State........15/-.....52 1/22 90 Auburn.............................86 1/24 69 Florida................... 18/......77 1/28 40 at Kentucky.......... 18/3.....64 1/30 74 at Vanderbilt..........18/-.....81 2/4 68 at LSU...................-/14.....69 2/6 54 at Ole Miss.......................56 2/10 82 Alabama..........................69 2/13 69 Miss. State.......................45 2/18 63 at Auburn.........................81 2/20 64 at Florida..........................70 2/25 64 Kentucky................-/3......66 2/27 98 Vanderbilt.........................71 3/4 82 Tennessee.......................77 3 3/7 52 Miss. State.......................49 3 3/8 79 Kentucky................-/3......92 4 3/14 69 at UT-Chattanooga..........74 1 Wendy’s Classic.-Bowling Green 2 Drake Classic-Des Moines 3 SEC Tournament-Nashville 4 National InvitationTournament

11/22 78 at SW Louisiana..............75 1 11/29 60 Cornell.............................57 1 11/30 78 Miami...............................81 12/7 65 Ga. Tech (@Omni).. -/5...... 89 12/14 104 Georgia State..................64 12/18 99 at Utah State....................74 12/20 67 at Nebraska.....................63 2 12/27 77 William & Mary.................44 2 12/28 97 UT-Chattanooga..............71 1/2 73 at LSU....................-/8......85 1/4 88 Alabama..........................80 72 Miss. State.......................55 1/8 1/11 71 at Vanderbilt.....................77 1/15 89 Florida..............................69 1/18 69 at Auburn.........................84 1/23 69 at Kentucky...........-/11.....74 1/25 91 Ole Miss...........................75 1/30 77 at Tennessee...................78 2/1 92 LSU.......................-/17.....76 54 at Alabama............-/20.....57 2/5 62 at Miss. State...................61 2/8 2/12 101 Vanderbilt.........................70 2/15 70 at Florida..........................71 2/19 86 Auburn (OT).....................87 2/22 75 Kentucky................-/8......80 2/26 62 at Ole Miss.......................61 3/1 91 Tennessee.......................70 3 3/6 59 Alabama..........................79 4 3/13 95 at UT-Chattanooga .........81 4 3/17 65 Clemson..........................77 1 AMI Classic - Miami, Fla. 2 Krystal Classic-Chattanooga 3 SEC Tournament - Lexington 4 National Invitation Tournament

1987-88 (W 20, L 16) Coach: Hugh Durham

Top Scorer: A. Kessler (19.2 ppg) Top Reb.: A. Kessler (9.7 rpg)

Coaches & Support

Top Scorer: Joe Ward (15.6 ppg) Top Reb.: H. McMillan (5.9 rpg)

1988-89 (W 15, L 16) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: Patrick Hamilton

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1985-86 (W 17, L 13) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: Donald Hartry, Horace McMillan, Joe Ward

Top Scorer: V. Fleming (19.8 ppg) Top Reb.: R. Corhen (6.3 rpg)

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12/13 81 Loyola-Chicago................69 12/14 71 Memphis State.................82 2 12/19 82 LaSalle.............................65 2 12/20 94 Stetson............................83 12/22 70 Alabama..........................71 12/27 108 Columbus Coll.................75 12/30 69 Kentucky (@L’ville).. -/11......65 1/3 80 Florida..............................87 1/7 58 at Auburn (OT)......-/13.....62 1/10 64 at LSU (OT).....................63 1/14 76 Vanderbilt.........................53 1/17 48 Miss. State.......................41 1/21 68 at Ole Miss.......................80 1/28 60 Tennessee.......................55 1/31 74 at Alabama (OT)....-/9......83 2/5 52 at Florida..........................66 2/7 75 Auburn..................-/20.....71 2/11 63 LSU..................................57 2/14 75 at Vanderbilt.....................59 2/18 63 at Miss. State...................64 2/21 69 Ole Miss...........................65 2/25 79 Kentucky..........................71 2/28 68 at Tennessee...................89 3 3/6 65 Ole Miss...........................63 3 3/7 88 LSU (2OT).......................89 4 3/12 79 Kansas St. (OT)...............82 1 Cotton States Classic - Atlanta 2 Hawaiian Tropic Cl. - Daytona 3 SEC Tournament - Atlanta 4 NCAA 1st Rnd - Salt Lake City 1

Player Bios

1983-84 (W 17, L 13) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: V. Fleming, J. Banks

Year-by-Year W/L Results 12/11 60 Ga. Tech (@Omni)...-/12.....59 12/15 89 Georgia State..................53 12/17 85 Baptist College................48 12/22 99 Robert Morris...................62 1 12/28 105 Yale......................................65 1 12/29 75 Villanova (OT)..................68 1/2 74 LSU..................................79 1/5 74 at Alabama.......................87 1/9 64 at Miss. State...................65 1/12 80 Vanderbilt.........................73 1/16 71 at Florida..........................60 1/19 97 Auburn.............................80 1/23 81 Kentucky..........................73 1/26 81 at Ole Miss.......................51 1/30 79 Tennessee (2OT).............80 2/2 59 at LSU..............................58 2/6 74 Alabama..........................70 2/9 79 Miss. State.......................74 2/13 68 at Vanderbilt.....................69 2/16 80 Florida..............................56 2/21 86 at Auburn..............18/-.....84 2/24 79 at Kentucky...........18/-.....77 2/27 94 Ole Miss................14/-.....66 3/2 85 at Tennessee........14/-.....86 2 3/7 67 Tennessee............17/-.....61 2 3/8 53 Alabama...............17/-.....74 3 3/15 67 Wichita State........19/-.....59 3 3/17 58 Illinois.................. 19/12....74 1 Cotton States Classic-Atlanta 2 SEC Tournament-Birmingham 3 NCAA Tournament - Atlanta

2013-14 Outlook

12/22 57 Ga. Sou. (@Sav.) ...........55 1 12/29 86 Columbia ........................53 1 12/30 90 Western Ky. ....................69 1/4 76 at Tennessee .......-/12.....87 1/8 56 at LSU .............................60 1/10 68 at Ole Miss ......................53 1/15 67 Alabama ..............-/10.....64 1/17 75 Miss. State ......................59 1/22 64 at Auburn ........................66 1/25 83 at Florida .........................79 1/29 70 Kentucky...............-/10.....63 1/31 86 Vanderbilt ........................61 2/5 59 LSU .................................70 2/7 59 Ole Miss ..........................76 2/12 71 at Alabama.......................73 2/15 64 at Miss. State...................73 2/19 67 Auburn ............................60 2/21 80 Florida .............................65 2/26 72 at Kentucky ..........-/10.....81 2/28 70 at Vanderbilt ....................71 3/5 74 Tennessee ......................59 2 3/11 69 Ole Miss ..........................55 2 3/12 79 Tennessee ......................60 2 3/13 86 Alabama .........................71 3 3/19 56 VCU .....................18/-.....54 4 3/25 70 St. John’s ............ 18/3.....67 4 3/27 82 North Carolina .... 18/8.....77 5 4/2 60 N.C. State .......... 18/16....67 1 Cotton States Classic-Atlanta 2 SEC Tourn.-Birmingham, Ala. 3 NCAA 1st rnd.-Greensboro, N.C. 4 NCAA East Reg.-Syracuse, N.Y. 5 NCAA Final 4-Albuquerque, N.M.

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Year-by-Year W/L Results 1990-91 (W 17, L 13) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: R. Cole, N. Austin

Top Scorer: L. Green (20.6 ppg) Top Reb.: N. Austin (5.3 rpg) 11/23 89 Wichita State........21/-.....58 11/24 90 at Richmond.........21/-.....45 11/28 124 Western Ky...........17/-.....65 11/30 70 Armstrong State....17/-.....54 12/8 117 at Mercer..............13/-.....50 12/11 74 at Vanderbilt (OT).13/-.....75 12/14 78 at Miami................11/-.....60 2 12/19 105 Ga. Tech (3OT).....17/-... 112 3 12/22 79 Texas.................. 17/23....71 12/29 63 Purdue..................17/-.....64 1/2 80 Kentucky...............-/16.....81 1/5 107 Tennessee.......................86 76 at LSU...................-/14.....83 1/7 1/12 79 Florida..............................54 1/16 81 at Miss. State...................74 1/19 62 at Alabama.......................67 1/23 58 Auburn (2OT)...................59 1/30 117 Ole Miss...........................62 2/3 84 at Kentucky...........-/10.....96 87 at Tennessee...................78 2/6 2/8 86 LSU..................................89 2/12 75 at Florida..........................90 2/16 64 Miss. State............-/23.....70 2/20 73 Alabama...............-/24.....68 2/23 86 at Auburn.........................77 2/27 62 Vanderbilt.........................59 72 at Ole Miss.......................62 3/2 4 3/8 80 at Vanderbilt.....................72 4 3/9 65 Tennessee.......................85 5 3/14 68 Pittsburgh (OT)................76 1 Cent. Fidelity Classic - Richmond, Va. 2 at The Omni - Atlanta 3 Kuppenheimer Classic - Atlanta 4 SEC Tournament - Nashville 5 NCAA Tournament - Louisville 1 1

1991-92 (W 15, L 14) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt: L. Green, R. Tinch

Top Scorer: L. Green (19.5 ppg) Top Reb.: C. Claxton (6.6 rpg) 11/26 84 Mercer.............................64 12/1 93 Bucknell...........................90 1 12/6 109 Long Island...........................69 1 12/7 58 Colorado..........................69 12/11 86 Columbus Coll.................70 12/15 62 at Purdue.........................65 12/18 66 Ga. Tech (@Omni)...-/13.....65 2 12/21 70 Penn State.......................54 12/28 105 Tenn. Tech.......................90 1/4 80 at UCLA.................-/2......87 1/7 66 at Kentucky...........-/15.....78 1/11 76 at Tennessee...................78 1/15 71 Florida..............................63 1/18 69 at S. Carolina...................71 1/22 72 Vanderbilt.........................70 1/25 65 Alabama...............-/15.....68 2/1 84 at Auburn.........................89 2/5 66 at Miss. State...................75 2/9 86 Ole Miss...........................66 2/11 64 at LSU...................-/20.....62 3 2/16 93 Texas...............................98 2/19 87 Arkansas...............-/10.....78 2/22 73 Kentucky................-/8......84 2/26 67 at Vanderbilt.....................86 2/29 69 at Florida..........................60 3/4 66 Tennessee.......................67 3/7 72 South Carolina.................54 4 3/12 85 Ole Miss...........................66 4 3/13 60 Arkansas................-/6......73 1 Mile High Classic - Boulder 2 Kuppenheimer Classic - Atlanta 3 at San Antonio, Texas 4 SEC Tournament - Birmingham

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1992-93 (W 15, L 14) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt.: Arlando Bennett, Shaun Golden, Kendall Rhine

Top Scorer: C. Claxton (11.5 ppg) Top Reb.: C. Claxton (6.6 rpg) 12/1 65 at Kansas...............-/3......76 12/5 104 Ga. College......................66 1 12/11 80 Santa Clara......................68 1 12/12 64 at BYU.............................74 12/16 67 Ga. Tech (@Omni).. -/17..... 75 2 1219 63 UCLA....................-/13.....68 12/22 69 Miami...............................67 12/30 75 Colorado..........................63 1/2 75 at Ole Miss.......................61 1/5 59 Kentucky................-/2......74 86 Mississippi State..............73 1/9 1/13 77 Florida (OT).....................81 1/16 66 at Vanderbilt.....................78 1/23 88 Mercer.............................79 1/27 85 at South Carolina.............86 1/30 79 at Arkansas...........-/16.....97 2/3 77 Tennessee.......................60 2/6 96 Auburn.............................69 79 at Florida..........................82 2/9 2/13 78 Texas...............................70 2/17 73 at Alabama.......................70 2/20 70 at Kentucky............-/2......86 2/24 83 Vanderbilt...............-/8......87 2/27 81 LSU..................................78 3/3 88 South Carolina.................87 96 at Tennessee...................83 3/6 3 3/11 87 Miss. State.......................56 3 3/12 60 Arkansas...............-/14.....65 4 3/17 84 at West Virginia...............95 1 Cougar Classic - Provo 2 Kuppenheimer Classic. - Atlanta 3 SEC Tournament - Lexington 4 National Invitation Tournament

1994-95 (W 18, L 10) Coach: Hugh Durham

Capt.: C. Claxton, Ty Wilson Top Scorer: C. Strong (14.2 ppg) Top Reb.: C. Claxton (7.9 rpg) 11/26 94 Western Carolina.............67 11/28 87 Georgia Southern............57 12/3 81 at Mercer.........................71 12/8 83 at Central Florida.............52 12/10 75 at Jacksonville.................68 12/14 78 Ga. Tech (@Omni)...-/14.....86 1 12/17 87 Pittsburgh (2OT)..............86 12/21 89 Winthrop..........................56 12/29 99 Tennessee Tech...............72 12/31 101 Marist...............................61 1/4 57 at Tennessee...................56 1/7 59 Mississippi State..............60 1/11 65 Vanderbilt.........................62 1/14 71 at Kentucky............-/7......83 1/18 82 at Arkansas............-/9......84 1/21 83 Auburn.............................77 1/28 59 at South Carolina.............60 72 at Alabama............-/20.....58 2/4 2/7 66 Florida..............................82 2/11 74 Tennessee.......................48 2/15 77 at Vanderbilt.....................83 2/18 98 LSU..................................89 2/22 101 at Florida..........................85 2/25 66 South Carolina.................56 3/1 74 Kentucky................-/5......97 79 at Ole Miss.......................51 3/4 2 3/10 57 Alabama...............-/20.....68 3 3/14 61 at Nebraska.....................69 1 Kuppenheimer Classic - Atlanta 2 SEC Tournament - Atlanta 3 National Invit. Tournament

1993-94 (W 14, L 16) Coach: Hugh Durham Capt.: B. Davis, C. Jackson

Top Scorer: S. Anderson (13.8 ppg) Top Reb.: C. Claxton (7.9 rpg) 11/18 89 Alabama State.................67 11/20 71 at Minnesota.........-/10.....91 12/4 100 Western Carolina.............64 12/7 115 Beth.-Cookman................58 12/15 69 Ga. Tech (@Omni)...-/14.....72 1 12/18 79 Kansas...................-/6......89 12/21 103 Winthrop..........................55 2 12/28 68 Pacific..............................63 2 12/29 79 Pennsylvania...................81 1/5 83 at Auburn (OT).................80 1/7 94 Kentucky (OT).......-/4......90 1/12 67 at Tennessee...................63 1/15 60 at Miss. State...................67 1/19 67 Vanderbilt.........................71 1/22 69 Ole Miss...........................85 1/23 96 at Texas.........................107 1/26 78 Florida............................100 1/29 96 at South Carolina.............85 1/31 79 Stetson............................61 2/5 77 Alabama..........................78 2/6 85 Notre Dame.....................88 2/12 74 Tennessee.......................61 2/16 79 at Florida...............-/17.....91 2/19 100 at LSU..............................84 2/22 65 Arkansas................-/1......74 2/27 59 at Kentucky............-/7......80 3/2 72 South Carolina.................69 3/5 57 at Vanderbilt.....................67 3 3/10 83 LSU..................................70 3 3/11 83 Arkansas................-/1......95 1 Kuppenheimer Classic - Atlanta 2 US West Tournament - Seattle 3 SEC Tournament - Memphis

Orlando “Tubby” Smith Head Coach— 1996-97

3/14 81 Clemson..........................74 3/16 76 Purdue...................-/5......69 5 3/22 81 Syracuse (OT)......-/15.....83 1 at Augusta, Ga. 2 Jeep-Eagle Classic - Atlanta 3 SEC Tournament - New Orleans 4 NCAA 1st & 2nd Rnds. - Albuquerque 5 NCAA West Regional - Denver 4 4

1996-97 (W 24, L 9) Coach: Tubby Smith Capt.: Ray Harrison,G.G. Smith Top Scorer: Chadwick (12.4 ppg) Top Reb.: Chadwick (5.5 rpg)

11/22 91 Furman............................67 11/26 85 Georgia State..................47 11/29 90 Georgia Southern............56 12/3 61 at Georgia Tech...............62 12/7 85 Appalachian State............. 67 12/14 60 at Virginia Tech................57 12/17 73 East Carolina...................60 1 12/21 84 Brigham Young................65 12/23 62 Colorado..........................52 2 12/28 64 Washington State............61 2 12/29 70 Memphis..........................68 2 12/30 73 Maryland (OT)......-/21.....65 1/5 66 at Ole Miss.......................73 1/8 61 at Vanderbilt..........24/-.....53 1/14 65 Kentucky.............. 21/5.....86 1/18 71 at South Carolina..21/-.....82 1/22 77 Florida..............................70 1/25 53 Auburn.............................48 1/29 63 at Tennessee...................50 2/1 57 at Kentucky............-/3......82 2/5 83 at Alabama.......................74 2/8 56 Mississippi State..............54 2/12 77 South Carolina......-/12.....74 2/15 74 at Arkansas......................77 2/19 80 Vanderbilt.........................86 2/22 82 LSU..................................59 2/26 88 at Florida..........................76 3/1 69 Tennessee.......................55 3 3/6 75 LSU.......................24/-.....54 3 3/7 65 Arkansas...............24/-.....63 3 3/8 78 South Carolina..... 24/4.....63 3 3/9 68 Kentucky.............. 24/6.....95 4 3/14 70 UT-Chattanooga...17/-.....73 1 Delta Air Lines Holiday Cl. — Atlanta 2 Rainbow Classic — Honolulu, Hawaii 3 SEC Tournament — Memphis 4 NCAA SE Reg. 1st Round — Charlotte

1995-96 (W 21, L 10) Coach: Tubby Smith Capt.: S. Anderson, C. Strong, P. Robinson, T. Bell Top Scorer: K. Davis (15.8 ppg) Top Reb.: C. Strong (6.4 rpg) 1 11/27 88 Ga. Southern...................44 11/29 91 Western Carolina.............71 12/2 85 at Pittsburgh....................66 12/7 74 at N. Carolina........-/13.....85 12/10 81 at Winthrop......................55 12/13 94 Georgia Tech........-/19.....70 2 12/16 85 Virginia Tech.........-/17.....72 12/19 103 Central Florida......18/-.....54 12/21 95 Mercer..................18/-.....68 12/30 86 Jacksonville..........16/-.....59 1/3 74 Ole Miss................14/-.....38 1/6 73 at South Carolina..19/-.....85 1/13 86 at Auburn..............19/-.....89 1/17 71 Florida...................22/-.....46 1/20 62 at Tennessee........22/-.....67 1/24 77 Kentucky................-/2......82 1/27 62 at Vanderbilt.....................66 1/31 73 at Miss. State...................76 2/3 68 Tennessee.......................49 2/7 85 at LSU..............................82 2/10 68 Alabama..........................55 2/14 73 at Kentucky............-/2......86 2/21 77 Vanderbilt.........................68 2/25 71 Arkansas..........................59 2/28 86 at Florida..........................70 3/2 88 South Carolina.................73 3 3/8 74 Tennessee.......................63 3 3/9 68 Miss. State.......................86

Ron Jirsa Head Coach — 1998-99

1997-98 (W 20, L 15) Coach: Ron Jirsa Capt.: Ray Harrison, G.G. Smith

Top Scorer: J. Jones (14.7 ppg) Top Reb.: J. Jones (8.5 rpg) 11/11 45 N.C. State.............19/-.....47 11/12 89 Texas.................. 19/22....87 11/20 78 Mercer..................25/-.....58 11/22 116 Chas. Southern.....25/-.....59 11/25 96 Ga. Southern........22/-.....74 11/28 94 Texas....................22/-.....76 2 12/6 74 Stanford.............. 22/12....76 12/9 84 at Colorado...........23/-.....73 12/13 55 at East Carolina....23/-.....54 3 12/20 81 West Virginia........20/-.....86 12/23 77 Georgia Tech...................71 12/27 80 N. Carolina (OT)....-/1......82 1/3 62 at Auburn.........................73 1 1


2000-01 (W16, L 15) Coach: Jim Harrick Capt.: A. Jones

Top Scorer: Layne (16.8 ppg) Top Reb.: A. Evans (7.5 rpg)

*All victories from January 2002 through season’s end were later vacated because of NCAA sanctions, along with a 1-1 record in the NCAA Tournament. Actual on-court record was 22-10, 10-6 in SEC play.

2002-03 (W0, L8)* Coach: Jim Harrick Capt.: E. Williams, Ja. Hayes Top Scorer: Ja. Hayes (18.3 ppg) Top Reb.: S. Thomas (7.3 rpg)

11/21 78 Western Carolina.............67 11/25 99 Florida Atlantic.................84 11/29 76 at Gonzaga (OT)...-/16.....82 12/2 81 Towson............................51 12/5 77 Florida A&M.....................59 12/9 60 Winthrop..........................80 1 12/13 61 Clemson..........................56 12/18 65 South Alabama................63 12/22 79 Charleston Sou................59 12/30 55 at Pittsburgh.........-/16.....76 83 Ga. Tech (2OT)......-/3......80 1/3 1/7 65 at Tennessee...................89 1/10 63 South Carolina.................84 1/17 65 at Kentucky............-/5......57 1/21 42 Alabama..........................45 1/24 58 at Miss. State........-/19.....71 1/28 59 at LSU..............................63 1/31 71 Arkansas..........................50 64 Ole Miss...........................51 2/4 54 at Auburn.........................57 2/7 2/11 39 at Vanderbilt.....................61 2/14 74 Kentucky................-/8......68 2/17 76 Florida..............................62 2/21 71 Tennessee.......................60 2/28 47 at S. Carolina...................63 3/3 55 at Florida..........................63 3/6 71 Vanderbilt.........................61 2 3/11 73 Auburn.............................59 2 3/12 60 Kentucky................-/8......69 3 3/17 74 at Iowa State....................82 1 CFA Peach Bowl Classic — Atlanta 2 SEC Tournament - Atlanta 3 Nat’l. Invitation Tournament

2004-05 (W8, L20) Coach: Dennis Felton Capt.: Newman, Stukes Top Scorer: Stukes (15.2 ppg) Top Reb.: Bliss (5.4 rpg) 11/23 61 Western Ky......................71 11/26 47 Nevada............................58 12/1 71 Alabama A&M..................54 12/5 49 at Ga. Tech............-/4......87 12/8 67 Gardner-Webb.................62 1 12/11 76 Oregon State (OT)...........74 12/19 93 Wofford (OT)....................89 12/22 78 Bethune-Cookman...........67 12/28 100 Savannah State...............69 12/31 52 Stetson............................56 1/5 65 Tennessee.......................72 1/8 54 at South Carolina.............74 1/12 54 at Ole Miss.......................59 1/15 55 Kentucky................-/9......76 1/22 68 Vanderbilt.........................59 1/25 47 at Florida..........................70 1/29 47 at Alabama............-/14.....75 2/2 79 LSU..................................95 2/5 53 South Carolina.................60 2/9 47 at Arkansas......................62 2/12 51 at Kentucky............-/5......60 2 2/16 42 Clemson..........................59 2/19 57 Auburn.............................45 2/23 62 Mississippi State..............76 2/26 37 at Vanderbilt.....................65 3/2 38 Florida..............................50 3/5 68 at Tennessee...................78 3 3/10 65 Mississippi State..............76 1 CFA Peach Bowl Classic — Atlanta 2 Bi-Lo Center — Greenville, S.C. 3 SEC Tournament - Atlanta

Media Information

*All victories during the entire season were later vacated because of NCAA sanctions. Actual on-court record was 19-8, 11-5 in SEC play.

2003-04 (W16, L14) Coach: Dennis Felton Capt.: D. Wilkins, R. Wright Top Scorer: Wright (14.4 ppg) Top Reb.: C. Daniels (8.1 rpg)

History

1 11/15 71 Texas................... 16/4.....77 11/23 87 *Belmont...............18/-.....71 11/27 81 at Ga. Tech...........17/-.....83 11/30 69 at Minnesota....... 17/24....72 12/3 71 *at Colorado.....................70 2 12/7 78 *California (OT)................73 3 12/15 95 *Gonzaga.........................83 12/18 94 *South Alabama ..............82 12/22 99 *App. State.....................62 12/28 89 *Wisc.-Milwaukee..............69 12/31 79 *Pittsburgh.............-/2......67 1/5 89 *LSU.....................-/21.....63 1/11 63 at Florida............. 20/11....66 1/18 81 *at Arkansas.........20/-.....64 1/22 81 *Tennessee (OT)..19/-.....76 1/25 85 *Auburn............... 19/24....79 1/29 91 at Vanderbilt..........15/-.....94 2/1 67 *Miss. State........ 15/21....63 2/8 72 at Tennessee........17/-.....78 2/11 67 at Kentucky.......... 20/3.....87 2/15 83 *Vanderbilt............20/-.....70 2/18 74 *at Alabama..........22/-.....69 2/22 79 *South Carolina....22/-.....66 2/26 89 *at Ole Miss..........21/-.....82 3/2 66 Kentucky.............. 21/2.....74 3/4 84 *Florida................ 25/3.....82 3/9 65 at S. Carolina (OT)..25/-.....60 1 Coaches vs. Cancer Classic - New York 2 CFA Peach Bowl Classic — Atlanta 3 Wooden Classic - Anaheim, Calif.

Dennis Felton Head Coach -- 2003-09

Records

11/17 79 Georgia State..................91 11/19 74 at Minnesota....................77 1 11/23 82 Indiana State...................64 11/24 165 Utah......................-/18.....60 11/25 158 Stanford.................-/5......71 11/28 102 Coastal Carolina..............69 12/6 72 Pepperdine......................61 12/9 75 at Ga. Tech......................70 2 12/9 69 N.C. State........................63 12/16 57 at Wake Forest......-/6......75 3 12/21 64 California.........................85 12/23 61 at Fresno State................80 12/28 91 Villanova..........................80 1/6 63 at Kentucky......................67 1/10 85 Auburn (OT).....................80 1/13 70 at Ole Miss............-/20.....66 1/17 75 at Florida................-/7......72 1/21 58 LSU..................................53 1/24 82 at Vanderbilt.....................73 1/27 77 Tennessee (2OT)...-/6......75 1/31 70 Kentucky...............25/-.....85 2/3 71 Florida................. 25/13....82 2/7 75 at South Carolina.............77 2/10 68 at Alabama............-/18.....76 2/14 70 Vanderbilt.........................68 2/21 88 at Tennessee........-/22.....76 2/24 56 South Carolina.................64 2/28 94 Mississippi State..............73 3/3 67 at Arkansas......................82 4 3/8 62 LSU..................................63 5 3/15 68 Missouri...........................70 1 Puerto Rico Shootout — Bayamon, P.R. 2 Delta Holiday Classic for Kids — Atlanta 3 Pete Newell Challenge — Oakland, Calif. 4 SEC Tournament — Nashville 5 NCAA Tourn. 1st Rnd. — Greensboro

11/16 75 Furman............................62 1 11/19 73 Georgetown..........-/14.....59 2 11/21 94 Ga. Southern...................73 11/26 61 Samford...........................55 12/1 81 Colorado..........................73 3 12/4 78 at Ga. State.....................83 12/7 77 Minnesota........................55 12/9 95 Ga. Tech..........................82 4 12/15 79 South Alabama...............70 12/17 91 Pepperdine......................74 5 12/20 80 Arkansas State................68 5 12/21 64 Miami (Ohio)....................59 5 12/22 44 Hawaii..............................54 1/5 82 *Vanderbilt.......................69 88 *at Kentucky..........-/8......84 1/9 1/12 73 *Tennessee......................70 1/16 72 Alabama............. 20/16....77 1/19 84 *at Florida............ 20/2.....79 1/23 81 *Arkansas.............15/-.....67 1/26 84 at Vanderbilt..........15/-.....86 1/30 67 at South Carolina..16/-.....81 79 *Ole Miss..............16/-.....72 2/2 2/6 86 *at Miss. State......17/-.....68 2/9 72 at Auburn..............17/-.....75 2/12 70 Florida.................. 21/6.....85 2/16 78 *Kentucky........... 21/10....69 2/23 55 *at LSU.................18/-.....54 2/27 82 *S. Carolina (OT)..16/-.....75 63 at Tennessee (OT).16/-.....71 3/2 6 3/8 76 LSU.......................17/-.....78 7 3/15 85 *Murray State........23/-.....68 7 3/17 75 Southern Illinois....23/-.....77 1 Tipoff Classic - Springfield, Mass. 2 at Savannah, Ga. 3 Georgia Dome - Atlanta 4 Coors Classic - Mobile, Ala. 5 Rainbow Classic - Honolulu 6 SEC Tournament - Atlanta 7 NCAA Tournament - Chicago

2012-13 in Review

Jim Harrick Head Coach -- 1999-2003

11/19 63 at N.C. State....................67 1 11/25 78 Kansas..................-/10.....88 1 11/26 62 Louisville..........................85 1 11/27 113 Grambling St........................74 12/1 84 Tennessee State..............78 12/6 86 at Furman (OT)................82 12/8 70 Georgia Tech...................68 2 12/11 68 Wake Forest.........-/18.....67 12/18 79 at Marshall.......................89 12/21 65 Ark.-Little Rock................63 12/23 88 Mercer.............................54 12/28 65 Minnesota........................66 1/5 59 at Mississippi State..........71 1/8 52 at Auburn...............-/4......67 1/12 54 Arkansas..........................74 1/15 75 Alabama..........................59 1/19 57 at LSU..............................61 1/22 90 South Carolina.................62 1/26 69 Kentucky...............-/16.....75 1/30 75 at Villanova......................78 2/2 58 Vanderbilt..............-/24.....67 2/5 66 at Florida...............-/12.....85 2/9 83 at Tennessee.........-/8.... 110 2/12 71 Mississippi.......................65 2/19 64 at Kentucky...........-/19.....70 2/23 68 Florida....................-/9......90 2/26 66 at South Carolina.............82 3/1 89 at Vanderbilt...................101 3/4 66 Tennessee............-/11.....83 3 3/9 64 Arkansas..........................71 1 Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout Anchorage, Alaska 2 Delta Air Lines Holiday Cl. for Kids - ATL 3 SEC Tournament - ATL

Top Scorer: Ja. Hayes (18.6 ppg) Top Reb.: C. Daniels (8.0 rpg)

Opponent Info

11/13 96 Mercer.............................61 1 11/16 84 Coll. of Charleston...........63 1 11/18 58 at N. Carolina........-/11.....65 11/23 78 Marshall...........................73 11/29 78 at Texas...........................77 12/2 75 at West Virginia...............63 12/4 63 Furman............................47 12/8 63 at App.State.....................60 12/13 79 at Ga. Tech (OT)..............84 2 12/19 82 Fresno State (OT)............86 12/22 82 East Carolina...................65 12/28 73 LIU-Brooklyn....................59 1/2 59 at Alabama.......................58 1/6 63 Mississippi State..............60 1/10 62 at Florida..........................72 1/13 70 Vanderbilt.........................63 1/16 79 at Arkansas...........-/24.....82 1/20 69 at Tennessee...................85 1/23 76 at Ole Miss.......................85 1/26 83 Kentucky (OT).......-/6......91 1/30 74 Auburn...................-/7......85 2/3 82 at Vanderbilt.....................67 2/6 80 South Carolina.................56 2/13 64 Florida...................-/23.....75 2/17 71 at Kentucky............-/6......92 2/20 59 LSU..................................57 2/23 65 Tennessee.......................75 2/27 66 at S. Carolina (OT)..........70 3 3/4 58 Alabama..........................65 4 3/10 57 at Clemson......................77 1 Chase Pre-Season NIT 2 Delta Air Lines Holiday Cl. for Kids ATL 3 SEC Tournament - ATL 4 Nat’l. Invitation Tournament

Top Scorer: Layne (18.3 ppg) Top Reb.: A. Evans (8.7 rpg)

2001-02 (W 11, L 10)* Coach: Jim Harrick Capt.: Entire Team

Coaches & Support

Top Scorer: J. Jones (18.8 ppg) Top Reb.: J. Jones (9.5 rpg)

1999-2000 (W 10, L 20) Coach: Jim Harrick Capt.: Adrian Jones, D.A. Layne

Player Bios

1998-99 (W 15, L 15) Coach: Ron Jirsa Capt.: G.G. Smith, Jumaine Jones

Year-by-Year W/L Results 2013-14 Outlook

1/6 79 Kentucky................-/6......90 1/10 77 at Florida..........................82 1/18 60 South Carolina......-/14.....68 1/21 64 at Mississippi State..........69 1/24 61 at LSU..............................52 1/28 70 Ole Miss................-/12.....68 1/31 64 Vanderbilt.........................68 2/4 48 at Tennessee...................77 2/7 87 Florida..............................77 2/10 86 Arkansas...............-/12.....70 2/14 81 at Vanderbilt.....................62 2/18 78 Alabama..........................71 2/22 74 at Kentucky............-/8......85 2/24 76 at South Carolina..-/14.....78 2/28 77 Tennessee.......................72 4 3/5 79 Mississippi State..............76 4 3/6 67 Ole Miss................-/10.....72 5 3/11 100 at Iowa.............................93 5 3/17 61 at N.C. State....................55 5 3/19 79 Vanderbilt.........................65 5 3/24 60 Penn State (@N.Y.)............66 5 3/26 95 Fresno State (@N.Y.)..........79 1 Coaches vs. Cancer IKON Classic - E. Rutherford, N.J. 2 Wooden Cl. - Anaheim, Cal. 3 Delta Air Lines Holiday Cl. for Kids - ATL 4 SEC Tournament - ATL 5 Nat’l. Invitation Tourn.

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Year-by-Year W/L Results 2005-06 (W15, L15) Coach: Dennis Felton Capt.: Bliss, McAuley Top Scorer: Stukes (11.6 ppg) Top Reb.: Gaines (5.1 rpg) 11/18 65 Old Dominion...................74 11/20 79 Fordham..........................68 11/21 76 Eastern Kentucky............68 11/26 69 at Western Kentucky.......65 11/29 95 Florida A&M.....................74 12/3 84 Savannah State...............48 12/7 91 Georgia Tech...................75 2 12/10 72 Georgia State..................61 3 12/17 60 Oregon State...................64 12/21 62 at Nevada.............-/20.....68 12/28 72 Clemson..........................69 12/31 89 Western Carolina.............65 1/2 78 Howard............................72 1/7 72 Florida....................-/5......90 1/11 76 at Tennessee...................89 1/14 64 at South Carolina (OT)....61 1/17 55 Kentucky..........................69 1/21 72 Ole Miss...........................65 1/25 52 at LSU..............................81 1/28 65 at Auburn.........................66 2/1 88 Alabama..........................79 2/4 74 at Vanderbilt.....................73 2/11 78 Tennessee............-/11.....83 2/15 61 at Kentucky......................68 2/18 55 Vanderbilt.........................72 2/23 48 South Carolina.................47 2/25 68 at Mississippi State..........83 3/1 66 at Florida...............-/17.....77 3/5 57 Arkansas..........................74 4 3/9 67 Arkansas..........................80 1 Paradise Jam - St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. 2 Gwinnett Arena - Duluth, Ga. 3 Rose Garden - Portland, Ore. 4 SEC Tournament - Nashville, Tenn. 1 1 1

2006-07 (W19, L14) Coach: Dennis Felton Capt.: Kevin Brophy Top Scorer: Brown (14.2 ppg) Top Reb.: Gaines (5.7 rpg) 11/10 97 Southern..........................37 11/14 67 Western Kentucky...........70 11/18 105 Valdosta State.................74 11/21 105 S.C. State........................60 11/24 80 Alabama A&M..................36 12/2 87 at Wake Forest................86 12/5 96 Gardner-Webb.................67 1 12/16 96 Gonzaga...............-/16.....83 12/19 93 Jacksonville.....................77 12/22 69 at Ga. Tech......................78 12/28 60 at Clemson...........-/25.....75 12/31 54 Wisconsin..............-/4......64 1/6 51 at Florida................-/3......67 1/10 80 South Carolina.................56 1/13 85 Vanderbilt.........................73 1/17 67 at Arkansas......................64 1/20 76 at Alabama............-/10.....78 1/24 78 Kentucky (OT)......-/25.....69 1/28 57 LSU.......................-/21.....54 1/31 71 at Tennessee...................82 2/3 61 at Vanderbilt..........-/24.....66 2/7 61 Florida....................-/1......71 2/10 73 at South Carolina.............54 2/14 75 Kennesaw State..............66 2/17 86 Auburn.............................79 2/21 49 at Ole Miss.......................67 2/24 86 Mississippi State..............73 2/28 70 at Kentucky......................82 3/3 65 Tennessee.......................71 2 3/8 80 Auburn.............................65 2 3/9 57 Florida....................-/5......74 3 3/14 88 Fresno State....................78 3 3/19 52 at Air Force......................83 1 Gwinnett Arena - Duluth, Ga. 2 SEC Tournament - Atlanta, Ga. 2 National Invitation Tournament

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2007-08 (W17, L17) Coach: Dennis Felton Co-Capt.: Bliss, Gaines SEC TOURNAMENT CHAMPS Top Scorer: Gaines (14.8 ppg) Top Reb.: Gaines (6.0 rpg) 11/9 107 Jacksonville State............65 11/14 83 Grambling State...............70 11/20 76 Elon.................................65 11/24 49 at Wisconsin....................68 11/28 58 Delaware State................47 12/3 81 Augusta State..................74 12/8 72 Wake Forest....................50 1 12/20 56 East Tenn. State..............78 1 12/21 69 Tulane..............................70 1 12/22 67 Hawai’i.............................59 12/30 68 Presbyterian....................58 1/5 67 at Gonzaga......................75 1/9 79 Georgia Tech...................72 1/12 49 at Mississippi State..........60 1/16 61 Alabama..........................54 1/19 82 Arkansas..........................69 1/26 69 at Tennessee.........-/3......85 1/30 56 at South Carolina.............62 2/2 58 Kentucky..........................63 2/6 59 Vanderbilt..............-/23.....67 2/9 67 at Florida..........................77 2/13 82 South Carolina.................64 2/16 71 Tennessee.............-/4......74 2/19 55 at Kentucky......................61 2/23 74 at Vanderbilt..........-/20.....86 2/27 64 Florida..............................77 3/2 64 at LSU..............................71 3/5 59 at Auburn.........................54 3/8 62 Ole Miss...........................76 2 3/13 97 Ole Miss (OT)..................95 3 3/15 60 Kentucky (OT).................56 3 3/15 64 Mississippi State..............60 3 3/16 66 Arkansas..........................57 4 3/20 61 Xavier...................-/12.....73 1 Rainbow Classic -- Honolulu, Hawai’i 2 SEC Tourn. — Atlanta (@Ga. Dome) 3 SEC Tourn. — Atlanta (@Georgia Tech) 4 NCAA Tournament — Washington, D.C.

2008-09 (W12, L20) Coach: Dennis Felton* Co-Capt.: Butler, Woodbury, Jackson Top Scorer: W’bury (14.0 ppg) Top Reb.: Thompkins (7.4 rpg) 11/14 72 USC Upstate....................48 1 11/17 53 Loyola-Chicago................74 1 11/18 61 Eastern Michigan.............60 11/21 55 Presbyterian....................47 2 11/24 54 Santa Clara......................48 2 11/25 98 Miss. Valley State............57 12/2 63 Western Kentucky...........67 3 12/6 42 Illinois...............................76 12/9 67 Virginia Tech....................66 12/20 74 Wofford (OT)....................73 12/22 79 Texas A&M-CC (OT)........80 12/28 98 N.C. A&T..........................68 12/31 72 Kennesaw State..............52 1/3 76 Missouri...........................83 1/6 62 at Georgia Tech...............67 1/10 77 Tennessee.......................86 1/14 40 at Vanderbilt.....................50 1/18 45 Kentucky..........................68 1/24 61 Mississippi State..............67 1/28 57 at Florida..........................83 1/31 70 at Alabama.......................75 2/4 62 LSU..................................80 2/7 68 at South Carolina.............79 2/11 48 at Tennessee...................79 2/14 88 Florida..............................86 2/18 59 Auburn.............................71 2/21 47 at Ole Miss.......................69 2/25 61 Vanderbilt.........................57 3/1 67 at Arkansas......................89 3/4 90 at Kentucky......................85 3/7 51 South Carolina.................68 3 3/12 60 Mississippi State..............79 1 Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season TipOff — W. Lafayette, Ind. 2 Dick’s Sporting Goods NIT Season TipOff Consolation Bracket — Athens 3 at United Center — Chicago, Ill.

SEC Tournament - Tampa, Fla. *Assoc. Coach Pete Herrmann served as Interim Head Coach for the final 12 games.

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3/2 73 LSU..................................53 3/5 57 at Alabama.......................65 2 3/10 69 Auburn.............................51 2 3/11 59 Alabama (OT)..................65 3 3/18 65 Washington......................68 1 Old Spice Classic - Orlando, Fla. 2 SEC Tournament - Atlanta, Ga. 3 NCAA Tournament - Charlotte, N.C.

2011-12 (W15, L17) Coach: Mark Fox Top Scorer: Robinson (14.2) Top Reb.: Caldwell-Pope (5.2) Mark Fox Head Coach 2009-Present

2009-10 (W14, L17) Coach: Mark Fox Top Scorer: Thompkins (17.7) Top Reb.: Thompkins (8.3 rpg) 11/13 67 New Orleans....................59 11/17 57 Wofford............................60 11/21 56 at UAB.............................72 11/24 79 UNC-Asheville.................58 11/27 67 Jacksonville State............64 12/2 64 St. Louis...........................56 12/6 62 at Virginia Tech................74 1 12/9 56 at St. John’s.....................66 2 12/19 70 Illinois...............................67 12/23 77 Florida Atlantic.................60 12/30 64 Pepperdine......................47 1/2 61 at Missouri.......................89 1/5 73 Georgia Tech........-/20.....66 1/9 68 at Kentucky............-/3......76 1/13 76 Ole Miss................-/21.....80 1/16 69 at Miss. State...................72 1/23 78 Tennessee.............-/8......63 1/27 71 at Florida..........................87 1/30 77 at South Carolina.............78 2/3 68 Arkansas..........................72 2/6 72 Vanderbilt..............-/18.....58 2/10 63 at Auburn.........................82 2/13 66 South Carolina.................61 2/17 60 at Tennessee........-/20.....69 2/20 76 Alabama..........................70 2/25 94 at Vanderbilt (OT).-/16.....96 2/27 78 Florida..............................76 3/3 68 Kentucky................-/3......80 3/6 48 at LSU..............................50 3 3/11 77 Arkansas..........................64 3 3/12 66 Vanderbilt..............-/20.....78 1 SEC/Big East Invitational - New York 2 at Gwinnett Center - Duluth, Ga. 3 SEC Tournament - Nashville, Tenn.

2010-11 (W21, L12) Coach: Mark Fox Top Scorer: Thompkins (16.4) Top Reb.: Thompkins (7.6 rpg) 11/12 72 Miss. Valley State............70 11/16 83 Colorado..........................74 11/20 61 at Saint Louis...................59 1 11/25 83 Notre Dame (2OT)...........89 1 11/26 58 Temple.............................65 1 11/27 61 Manhattan........................58 12/3 66 UAB.................................64 12/7 73 at Georgia Tech...............72 12/18 68 Arkansas State................59 12/21 85 High Point........................38 12/23 56 at Mercer.........................53 12/28 70 Charleston Southern........55 12/31 64 Eastern Kentucky............57 1/8 77 Kentucky...............-/10.....70 1/12 66 at Vanderbilt..........24/-.....73 1/15 98 at Ole Miss............24/-.....76 1/18 57 Tennessee.......................59 1/22 86 Miss. State.......................64 1/25 91 Florida (2OT)........-/24...104 1/29 60 at Kentucky...........-/14.....66 2/2 60 at Arkansas......................59 2/5 81 Auburn (OT).....................72 2/8 57 Xavier..............................65 2/12 60 at South Carolina.............56 2/16 56 Vanderbilt..............-/18.....64 2/19 69 at Tennessee...................60 2/24 62 at Florida...............-/13.....71 2/26 64 South Carolina.................48

11/11 62 Wofford............................49 1 11/13 63 Bowling Green.................54 1 11/16 72 South Dakota State.........61 2 11/21 46 California..............-/20.....70 2 11/22 61 Notre Dame.....................47 11/25 56 at Xavier...............-/12.....70 11/28 68 at Colorado......................70 3 12/2 51 Cincinnati.........................57 12/7 56 Georgia Tech...................68 12/17 63 at Southern Cal................59 12/20 72 Mercer.............................58 12/23 64 Furman............................50 12/27 92 Winthrop (OT)..................86 12/30 58 Delaware State................51 1/7 59 Alabama..........................74 1/10 48 at Florida...............-/19.....70 1/14 66 at Vanderbilt.....................77 1/18 57 Tennessee (OT)...............53 1/21 63 Ole Miss...........................66 1/24 44 Kentucky................-/1......57 2/1 51 at Auburn.........................59 2/4 62 at Tennessee...................73 2/8 81 Arkansas..........................59 2/11 70 at Miss. State (OT).-/20....68 2/15 56 at South Carolina.............57 2/19 52 Vanderbilt.........................61 2/22 53 at LSU..............................61 2/25 76 Florida...................-/11.....62 3/1 49 at Kentucky............-/1......79 3/3 67 South Carolina.................55 4 3/8 71 Miss. State.......................61 4 3/9 41 Vanderbilt.........................63 1 Progressive CBE Classic - Athens 2 Progressive CBE Cl. - Kansas City, Mo. 3 SEC/Big East Invitational - Athens 4 SEC Tournament - New Orleans, La.

2012-13 (W15, L17) Coach: Mark Fox Top Scorer: Cald.-Pope (18.5) Top Reb.: Cald.-Pope (7.1) 11/19 68 Jacksonville.....................62 1 11/12 56 Youngstown State............68 1 11/15 60 Southern Miss (OT).........62 2 11/19 53 Indiana...................-/1......66 2 11/20 56 UCLA....................-/11.....60 11/23 54 East Tennessee State......38 3 11/30 53 at South Florida...............64 12/4 54 Georgia Tech...................62 12/15 78 Iona (OT).........................81 12/18 58 Mercer.............................49 12/22 64 Southern Cal....................56 12/29 82 Florida A&M.....................73 1/4 52 George Washington.........41 1/9 44 at Florida...............-/11.....77 1/12 61 Mississippi State..............72 1/16 62 at Missouri............-/17.....79 1/19 67 LSU..................................58 1/23 47 Florida....................-/8......64 1/26 59 at Texas A&M...................52 1/30 57 Auburn.............................49 2/2 67 at South Carolina.............56 2/6 68 at Tennessee...................62 52 Texas A&M.......................46 2/9 2/12 45 Alabama..........................52 2/16 74 at Ole Miss (OT)..............84 2/21 60 at Arkansas......................62 2/23 62 South Carolina (OT)........54 2/27 62 at Vanderbilt.....................63 3/2 78 Tennessee.......................68 3/7 72 Kentucky..........................62 3/9 58 at Alabama.......................61 4 3/14 63 LSU..................................68 1 Progressive Legends Classic - Athens 2 Progressive Legends Cl. - Brooklyn, N.Y. 3 SEC/Big East Invitational - Tampa, Fla. 4 SEC Tournament - Nashville, Tenn.


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1942-43 1926-27 2006-07 2011-12 2006-07 2012-13 2001-02 1992-93 1943-44 2001-02 2005-06 2012-13 2007-08 2007-08 1933-34 2007-08 2010-11 1978-79 2005-06 1978-79 2009-10 2012-13 2000-01 2012-13 1997-98 2003-04 1944-45 2009-10 2012-13 1924-25 1929-30 1999-00 1986-87 2008-09 2012-13 1988-89 1944-45 1979-80 1988-89 1998-99 1973-74 2008-09 2012-13 1977-78 1999-00 1925-26 2010-11 1994-95 1999-00 1996-97 1912-13 1974-75 1996-97 2012-13 1992-93 2001-02 1984-85 1987-88 2002-03 2012-13 2011-12 2010-11 2012-13 2001-02 1916-17 1963-64 1994-95 2005-06 1920-21 1930-31 1988-89 2009-10 1948-49 1946-47 2009-10 1998-99 2008-09

History

1920-21 1924-25 1997-98 1919-20 2004-05 2012-13 1977-78 1992-93 1943-44 1934-35 1982-83 1905-06 2002-03 1999-00 1927-28 2001-02 2010-11 1978-79 2005-06 1978-79 1940-41 1940-41 2000-01 2012-13 1988-89 2003-04 1944-45 2007-08 1965-66 1922-23 1928-29 1992-93 1986-87 2006-07 1920-21 1969-70 1942-43 1979-80 1988-89 1991-92 1973-74 1986-87 1919-20 1977-78 1977-78 1918-19 2010-11 1994-95 1998-99 1923-24 1912-13 1974-75 1986-87 1906-07 1985-86 2001-02 1983-84 1983-84 1993-94 1927-28 1931-32 2008-09 2000-01 2001-02 1914-15 1963-64 1985-86 2004-05 1920-21 1929-30 1988-89 1973-74 1948-49 1946-47 1978-79 1917-18 2008-09

Records

Fort Benning Fort McPherson Fresno State** Furman Gardner-Webb George Washington Georgetown Georgia College Georgia Med. Coll. Ga. Southern ** Georgia State Georgia Tech Gonzaga Grambling State Gulf Refinery Co. Hawaii High Point Hofstra Howard Idaho State Illinois * Indiana Indiana State Iona Iowa** Iowa State** Jacksonville NAS Jacksonville State Jacksonville Univ. Jacksonville YMCA JPC Reds Kansas Kansas State * Kennesaw State Kentucky LaSalle Lawson Gen. Hosp. Lenoir Rhyne Long Beach State Long Island Louisiana College Loyola of Chicago LSU Louisiana Tech Louisville Macon YMCA Manhattan Marist Marshall Maryland ** Maryville Marquette Memphis State Mercer Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Michigan Mid. Tenn. State ** Minnesota Mississippi Mississippi State Miss. Valley State Missouri* Murray State* Nashville Ramblers Navy Nebraska** Nevada Newberry New Holland AC New Mexico New Orleans New York Univ. Niagara UNC-Asheville North Carolina * North Carolina A&T

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Player Bios

2006-07 1921-22 2004-05 1981-82 1993-94 1922-23 1930-31 1975-76 1989-90 1991-92 1967-68 1988-89 1999-00 1986-87 1943-44 1913-14 1907-08 1930-31 1936-37 1924-25 1907-08 1907-08 1982-83 1978-79 1979-80 1993-94 1916-17 1984-85 1968-69 2011-12 1969-70 1966-67 1972-73 1948-49 1939-40 2000-01 1942-43 1980-81 1931-32 1986-87 1982-83 1997-98 1944-45 1940-41 2011-12 1958-59 1912-13 2000-01 1971-72 1991-92 1952-53 1986-87 1907-08 1985-86 1925-26 1908-09 1973-74 1975-76 2007-08 1973-74 1972-73 1996-97 1960-61 2005-06 2008-09 1979-80 2007-08 1937-38 1976-77 1975-76 1910-11 1923-24 2003-04 2003-04 1951-52 2005-06

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2013-14 Outlook

Air Force Alabama Alabama A&M Ala.-Birmingham Alabama State Albany YMCA Alpha S.S. Class Appalachian State Arizona State Arkansas Arkansas A&M Arkansas State Arkansas-L.R. Armstrong State ASTP Athens YMCA Atlanta AC Atlanta JCC Atlanta SemiPro Atlanta YMCA Auburn Augusta YMCA Augusta College (State) Baptist College Belmont College Beth.-Cookman Birmingham AC Birm.-Southern Boston College Bowling Green Brigham Young Brown Bucknell Buffalo Buford SemiPro California Camp Wheeler Carson-Newman Celtics Central Florida Central Wesleyan Charleston Southern Cherry Point USMC Chicago University Cincinnati Citadel Clemson **/* Coastal Carolina Coll. of Charleston Colorado Columbia Univ. Columbus College Columbus YMCA Cornell Dahlonega Davidson Dayton Delaware Delaware State Drake Duquesne East Carolina East Tenn. State Eastern Kentucky Eastern Michigan Eckerd Elon Erskine Evansville Farleigh Dickinson Fifth Regiment Florida Florida A&M Florida Atlantic Florida State Fordham

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N.C. State*/** Northeastern Northeast Louisiana Northern Iowa Notre Dame Oglethorpe Ohio State Oklahoma Old Dominion ** Oral Roberts Oregon Oregon State Pacific Pan American Pennsylvania Penn State** Pepperdine Pittsburgh * Presbyterian Princeton Purdue */** Randolph-Macon Rhode Island Richmond Robert Morris Robins Field Rockmart SemiPro Rollins Rome AC Rutgers St. John’s * St. Leo St. Louis St. Louis AC Samford San Francisco Santa Clara Savannah AC Savannah Baptist Savannah Prot. Savannah State Savannah YMCA Seattle Sewanee Sinkwich’s All-Stars South Alabama ** South Carolina South Carolina State USC-Upstate South Dakota State South Florida SE Christ. Southern Southern Bell Southern Cal Southern Mississippi Southern Illinois* SW Louisiana Spring Hill Stanford Stetson Syracuse* Tampa Temple ** Tennessee Tenn. State UT-Chatt. ** * Tennessee Tech Texas * Texas A&M Texas A&M-Corp. Chr. Texas Christian TNT Towson Trinity Troy State Tulsa

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Tulane 1906-07 2007-08 30 16 14 UCLA 1991-92 2012-13 3 0 3 Utah 2000-01 2000-01 1 1 0 Utah State 1985-86 1985-86 1 1 0 Valdosta State 1983-84 2006-07 3 3 0 Vanderbilt** 1913-14 2012-13 137 #49 88 Vermont 1973-74 1973-74 1 1 0 Villanova 1984-85 2000-01 4 2 2 Virginia 1925-26 1947-48 6 5 1 VMI 1925-26 1928-29 4 4 0 VCU * 1982-83 1982-83 1 1 0 Virginia Tech ** 1963-64 2009-10 7 5 2 Wake Forest 1912-13 2007-08 6 4 2 Washington* 2010-11 2010-11 1 0 1 1917-18 1930-31 5 5 0 Washington & Lee Washington State 1996-97 1996-97 1 1 0 West Virginia ** 1992-93 1998-99 3 1 2 Western Carolina 1993-94 2005-06 5 5 0 Western Kentucky 1982-83 2008-09 8 5 3 Westminster AC 1925-26 1925-26 1 1 0 Whittier 1979-80 1979-80 1 1 0 Wichita State * 1984-85 1990-91 2 2 0 William & Mary 1932-33 1990-91 2 2 0 Winthrop 1993-94 2011-12 5 4 1 1974-75 2007-08 4 2 2 Wisconsin 2002-03 2002-03 1 #0 0 Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wofford 1919-20 2011-12 9 8 1 1983-84 2011-12 4 1 3 Xavier* Yale 1967-68 1984-85 2 2 0 Youngstown State 2012-13 2012-13 1 0 1 * NCAA Opponent ** NIT Opponent #One or more UGA victories vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

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Atlantic Coast 1905-06 2012-13 354 182 172 Atlantic 10 1919-20 2012-13 13 7 6 Atlantic Sun 2001-02 2012-13 11 9 2 1946-47 2012-13 24 10 14 Big East Big Eight 1985-86 1994-95 8 2 6 Big Sky 1978-79 1978-79 1 0 1 Big South 1978-79 2011-12 13 13 0 Big Ten 1940-41 2012-13 30 9 21 Big Twelve 1996-97 2009-10 14 8 6 Big West 1985-86 1993-94 3 3 0 Colonial Athletic 1932-33 2005-06 11 10 1 Conference USA 1996-97 2012-13 6 2 4 1974-75 1987-88 4 2 2 Great Midwest Ivy League 1952-53 1911-12 5 5 0 Metro 1906-07 1982-83 36 22 14 Mid-American 2001-02 2011-12 2 2 0 Midwestern Coll. 1969-70 1988-89 10 6 4 Missouri Valley 1973-74 2001-02 8 6 2 Mountain West 2000-01 2006-07 2 1 1 North Atlantic 1973-74 1981-82 3 3 0 Northeast 1975-76 1994-95 5 4 1 Ohio Valley 1983-84 2001-02 6 5 1 Pacific-12 1972-73 2012-13 16 5 11 Patriot League 1963-64 1991-92 3 2 1 Southeastern 1907-08 2012-13 Southern 1908-09 2009-10 99 80 19 Southland 1974-75 1974-75 1 1 0 1964-65 1993-94 9 5 4 Southwest Sun Belt 1965-66 2010-11 30 26 4 Trans-America 1906-07 2000-01 90 63 27 West Coast Ath. 2000-01 2009-10 7 5 2 Western Athletic 1969-70 2007-08 10 3 7 *Includes all meetings with current conference members


Series Records vs. 2014 Opponents Alabama

Georgia and Alabama have met 10 times during the Southeastern Conference Tournament, most recently in 2011.

Player Bios

58 - 61 (A) **2003 win later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Year Ga.-ASU 1975-76 83 - 67 1996-97 85 - 67 1998-99 63 - 60 2002-03 99 - 62

Site (H) (H) (A) (H)

Year Ga.-Aub. 1907-08 20 - 34 1908-09 48 - 37 1909-10 40 - 35 21 - 56 1910-11 26 - 24 1911-12 40 - 19 1912-13 92 - 12 1913-14 80 - 16 46 - 15 1915-16 81 - 14 45 - 18 1916-17 90 - 18 1918-19 20 - 25 22 - 35

Site (H) (A) (H) (H) (A)

Media Information

Site (H) (N) (A) (N) (H) (N) (A) (H) (A) (N) (H) (A)

Georgia leads 90-88** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 60-22** • Games in Auburn: Auburn leads 57-22 • Neutral-Site Games: Series is tied 9-8 • SEC Tournament Games Georgia 6, Auburn 3

History

Arkansas leads 17-13** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 7-4** • Games in Fayetteville: Arkansas leads 8-3** • Neutral-Site Games: Arkansas leads 5-3 • SEC Tournament Games: Arkansas leads 5-3

Records

Auburn

Arkansas

Year Ga.-Ark. 1991-92 87 - 78 60 - 73 1992-93 79 - 97 60 - 65 1993-94 65 - 74 83 - 95 1994-95 82 - 84 1995-96 71 - 59 1996-97 74 - 79 65 - 63 1997-98 86 - 70 1998-99 79 - 82

**UGA wins in 2002 and 2003 later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

2012-13 in Review

Georgia leads series 4-0 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 3-0 • Games in Boone: 0-0 Georgia leads 1-0

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

Opponent Info

Appalachian State

1999-00 54 - 74 64 - 71 2000-01 57 - 72 2001-02 81 - 67** 2002-03 81 - 64** 2003-04 71 - 50 2004-05 47 - 62 2005-06 57 - 74 67 - 80 2006-07 67 - 64 2007-08 82 - 69 66 - 57 2008-09 67 - 89 2009-10 68 - 72 78 - 64 2010-11 60 - 59 2011-12 81 - 59 2012-13 60 - 62

Coaches & Support

Year Ga.-Ala. Site (H) 1921-22 17 - 20 1923-24 20 - 37 (SC) (SC) 1929-30 26 - 29 1932-33 23 - 33 (H) 1933-34 17 - 51 (A) 1934-35 26 - 21 (H) (A) 1936-37 28 - 42 1937-38 28 - 16 (H) (H) 1938-39 31 - 26 1939-40 36 - 22 (A) 21 - 33 (A) 30 - 28 (N) (A) 1940-41 37 - 42 (H) 1941-42 29 - 33 (A) 1942-43 25 - 47 1944-45 28 - 54 (A) 59 - 61 (H) 1946-47 27 - 48 (A) 45 - 53 (H) 1947-48 47 - 44 (H)(OT) 47 - 48 (A) 1948-49 40 - 46 (A) 43 - 49 (H) 1949-50 38 - 53 (A) 52 - 51 (N-Louis) 1950-51 39 - 60 (A) 53 - 56 (H) 1951-52 53 - 51 (H) 56 - 74 (A) 1952-53 75 - 85 (H) 63 - 67 (A) 1953-54 70 - 76 (H) 76 - 112 (A) 1954-55 74 - 101 (H) 77 - 98 (A) 1955-56 75 - 99 (H) 69 - 94 (A) 1956-57 73 - 89 (A) 64 - 52 (H) 1957-58 58 - 72 (H) 64 - 68 (A) 1958-59 80 - 79 (N-Col.) 65 - 71 (A) 1959-60 70 - 58 (N-Col.) 60 - 64 (A)(OT) 1960-61 65 - 57 (N-Col.) 51 - 55 (A) 1961-62 55 - 67 (N-Col.) 72 - 79 (A) 1962-63 68 - 72 (N-Sav.) 61 - 67 (A) 59 - 61 (H) 1963-64 49 - 47 (H) 70 - 72 (A) 1964-65 67 - 72 (H)(2OT) 1965-66 60 - 68 (A) 1966-67 73 - 66 (A) 68 - 50 (H) 1967-68 95 - 73 (H) 95 - 83 (A) 1968-69 80 - 73 (A) 87 - 78 (H)

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

2013-14 Outlook

Alabama leads 90-46** • Games in Athens: Alabama leads 30-28 • Games in Tuscaloosa: Alabama leads 49-12** • Neutral-Site Games: Alabama leads 11-6 • SEC Tournament Games: Alabama leads 6-4

1969-70 78 - 57 86 - 94 1970-71 71 - 70 84 - 76 1971-72 91 - 99 73 - 101 1972-73 67 - 78 70 - 78 1973-74 71 - 86 74 - 99 1974-75 68 - 92 64 - 73 1975-76 67 - 69 76 - 87 1976-77 74 - 78 68 - 78 1977-78 71 - 70 66 - 67 1978-79 71 - 83 59 - 67 1979-80 68 - 65 64 - 66 1980-81 71 - 83 74 - 91 88 - 80 1981-82 66 - 81 85 - 99 74 - 85 1982-83 67 - 64 71 - 73 86 - 71 1983-84 60 - 65 82 - 69 1984-85 74 - 87 74 - 70 53 - 74 1985-86 88 - 80 54 - 57 59 - 79 1986-87 70 - 71 74 - 83 1987-88 59 - 57 67 - 54 1988-89 65 - 60 62 - 80 1989-90 62 - 79 75 - 64 1990-91 62 - 67 73 - 68 1991-92 65 - 68 1992-93 73 - 70 1993-94 77 - 78 1994-95 72 - 58 57 - 68 1995-96 68 - 55 1996-97 83 - 74 1997-98 78 - 71 1998-99 59 - 58 58 - 65 1999-00 75 - 59 2000-01 68 - 76 2001-02 72 - 77 2002-03 74 - 69** 2003-04 45 - 47 2004-05 47 - 75 2005-06 88 - 79 2006-07 76 - 78 2007-08 61 - 54 2008-09 70 - 75 2009-10 76 - 70 2010-11 57 - 65 59 - 65 2011-12 59 - 74 2012-13 45 - 52

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Series Records vs. 2014 Opponents 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 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48

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

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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

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

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

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

55 47 54 46 68 49 48 51 49 59 68 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

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52 53 67 55 69 61 62 65 71 64 79 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

(H) (A)

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

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

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 97 86 69 86 58 75 87 57 65 75 80 88 94 58 73

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67 (H) 79 (H) 76 (A) 99 (A) 72 (H) 72 (H) 64 (A) 82 (H) 97 (A) 65 (A) 90 (H)(OT) 94 (H) 88 (A) 95 (H) 83 (A) 76 (H) 81 (A) 84 (H) 73 (A) 58 (H) 69 (A) 79 (N)(4OT) 63 (H) 65 (A) 82 (A) 56 (H) 66 (A) 60 (H) 86 (H) 81 (A) 80 (H) 84 (A) 84 (A) 87 (H)(OT) 62 (A)(OT) 71 (H) 68 (H) 64 (A) 60 (N) 62 (A) 76 (H) 75 (H) 79 (A) 59 (H)(2OT) 68 (A)

After 178 meetings, Georgia leads the series vs. Auburn by only a 2-game margin (90-88).

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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) 2009-10 63 - 82 (A) 2010-11 81 - 72 (H) (OT) 69 - 51 (N) 2011-12 51 - 59 (A) 2012-13 57 - 49 (H)

**Win later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Chattanooga Georgia leads series 27-4 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 21-3 • Games in Chattanooga Georgia leads 6-0 • Neutral-Site Games: Chattanooga leads 1-0 Year Ga.-UTC 1914-15 17 - 43 1931-32 22 - 16 26 - 19 38 - 26 1933-34 23 - 15 32 - 18 1934-35 32 - 27 28 - 26 1935-36 33 - 23 27 - 38 38 - 28 1936-37 34 - 24 28 - 32 1937-38 42 - 18 31 - 23 32 - 30 1938-39 66 - 41 1939-40 62 - 28 1945-46 66 - 46 58 - 36 1946-47 55 - 32 1947-48 62 - 34 73 - 55 1948-49 81 - 53 66 - 65 1949-50 69 - 48 64 - 56 1980-81 77 - 68 1985-86 97 - 71 95 - 81 1996-97 70 - 73

Site (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (A) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (N) (A) (A) (N)


Series Records vs. 2014 Opponents Clemson

57 61 42 72 60

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77 56 59 69 75

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

Colorado Georgia leads series 6-2 • Games in Athens: 4-0 • Games in Boulder: 2-2 • Neutral-Site Games: 0-0 Year 1991-92 1992-93 1996-97 1997-98 2001-02 2002-03 2010-11 2011-12

Ga.-CU 58 - 69 75 - 63 62 - 52 84 - 73 81 - 73 71 - 70 83 - 74 68 - 70

Site (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A)

Davidson leads series 3-1 • Games in Athens: Series is tied 1-1 • Games in Davidson: 0-0 • Neutral-Site Games: Davidson leads 2-0 Ga.-DC 100 - 12 72 - 74 75 - 77 55 - 63

Site (H) (N) (H) (N)

Ga.43 55 32 37 40 48 48 35 32 47 38 33 38 27 36 -

UF 24 27 33 35 30 26 32 34 29 29 23 32 33 47 20

Site (H) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (H)(OT) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H)

Media Information

Georgia this season will start its fourth home-and-home series against Colorado since the 1996-97 season.

Year 1923-24 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32

(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) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (N) (A) (A) (N-Jax) (H)

History

Florida leads 108-99** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 62-37** • Games in Gainesville: Florida leads 62-33** • Neutral-Site Games: Florida leads 9-4 • SEC Tournament Games: Florida 3, Georgia 1

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 80 81 61 73 82 62 85 60 76 90 63 58 67

Records

Florida

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2012-13 in Review

Year 1908-09 1969-70 1970-71

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 76 68 69 93 69 69 65 66 63 73 66 55 85

Opponent Info

Davidson

1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 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 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59

Coaches & Support

Ga.-CU Site 77 - 15 (H) 31 - 12 (H) 36 - 22 (H) 33 - 24 (A) 45 - 22 (H) 24 - 16 (A) 29 - 20 (A) 24 - 6 (A) 38 - 13 (A) 16 - 18 (A) 44 - 28 (H) 34 - 23 (H) 38 - 25 (H) 23 - 30 (A) 41 - 25 (H) 39 - 24 (A) 36 - 32 (H) 34 - 25 (H) 31 - 21 (A) 41 - 26 (H) 40 - 16 (H) 25 - 35 (H) 29 - 36 (A) 29 - 23 (H) 44 - 43 (A) (2OT) 33 - 13 (H) 24 - 27 (A) 36 - 35 (A) 29 - 20 (H) 26 - 22 (H) 28 - 40 (A)

1998-99 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07

Player Bios

Year 1912-13 1918-19 1919-20 1920-21 1921-22 1922-23 1923-24 1924-25 1925-26 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38

30 - 37 (H) 29 - 39 (A) 32 - 29 (A) 65 - 51 (A) 58 - 43 (H) 38 - 31 (N) 63 - 52 (A) 44 - 40 (A) 52 - 31 (H) 37 - 30 (H) 51 - 40 (A) 41 - 34 (A) 72 - 51 (H) 61 - 52 (A) 81 - 35 (H) 70 - 48 (H) 60 - 58 (A) 59 - 40 (H) 65 - 57 (A) 58 - 45 (H) 69 - 70 (A) 47 - 57 (A) 54 - 77 (H) 60 - 85 (H) 66 - 60 (H) 57 - 55 (A) 71 - 63 (A) 77 - 51 (H) 72 - 74 (H) 94 - 105 (A) 84 - 76 (N) 72 - 60 (A) 76 - 59 (H) 73 - 93 (H) 60 - 77 (A) 87 - 86 (A) 81 - 83 (H) (OT) 60 - 72 (A) 93 - 75 (H) 65 - 77 (H) 81 - 74 (N)

2013-14 Outlook

Georgia leads series 55-22 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 29-8 • Games in Clemson Georgia leads 22-13 • Neutral-Site Games: Georgia leads 4-1

1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 1947-48 1948-49 1949-50 1950-51 1951-52 1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1985-86 1995-96

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Series Records vs. 2014 Opponents 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 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96

184

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 80 - 56 89 - 69 70 - 71 80 - 87 52 - 66 70 - 87 71 - 65 72 - 70 66 - 80 60 - 65 61 - 62 69 - 97 70 - 65 79 - 54 75 - 90 71 - 63 69 - 60 77 - 81 79 - 82 78 -100 79 - 91 66 - 82 101 - 85 71 - 46 86 - 70

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

1996-97 77 - 70 (H) (OT) 88 - 76 (A) 1997-98 77 - 82 (A) 87 - 77 (H) 1998-99 62 - 72 (A) 64 - 75 (H) 1999-00 66 - 85 (A) 68 - 90 (H) 2000-01 75 - 72 (A) 71 - 82 (H) 2001-02 84 - 79** (A) 70 - 85 (H) 2002-03 63 - 66 (A) 82 - 81** (H) 2003-04 76 - 62 (H) 55 - 63 (A) 2004-05 47 - 70 (A) 38 - 50 (H) 2005-06 72 - 90 (H) 66 - 77 (A) 2006-07 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) 2009-10 71 - 87 (A) 78 - 76 (H) 2010-11 91 - 104 (H)(2OT) 62 - 71 (A) 2011-12 48 - 70 (A) 76 - 62 (H) 2012-13 77 - 44 (A) 47 - 64 (H) **Wins in 2002 & 2003 later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Gardner-Webb Georgia leads series 2-0 • Games in Athens: 2-0 Year Ga.-GWU 2004-05 67 - 62 2006-07 96 - 67

Site (H) (H)

George Washington Georgia leads series 1-0 • Games in Athens: 1-0 Year Ga.-GWU 2012-13 52 - 41

Site (H)

Georgia Tech Ga. Tech leads series 102-86 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 51-29 • Games on Tech campus: Ga. Tech leads 60-25 • 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 1926-27 1927-28 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38

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 33 - 30 35 - 36 26 - 28 37 - 38 27 - 25 26 - 23 25 - 23 35 - 31 39 - 30 19 - 37 44 - 15 20 - 30 25 - 15 22 - 25 30 - 25 16 - 26 30 - 32 25 - 33 37 - 33 28 - 27 33 - 19 33 - 23 27 - 32 39 - 49 21 - 29 22 - 24 20 - 34 22 - 42 28 - 51 27 - 29

Site (H) (OT) (H) (H) (H) (A) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H)(OT) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H)(OT) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H)

1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 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 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61

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 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

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope in 2012 action against Florida.

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26 (H) 29 (A) 31 (A) 31 (H) 27 (H) 52 (A) 49 (A) 37 (H) 58 (H) 39 (A) 42 (H) 71 (A) 70 (A) 69 (H) 68 (N) 40 (H) 43 (A) 30 (N) 51 (H) 70 (A) 68 (H) 73 (H) 58 (H) 60 (N) 60 (A)(OT) 56 (H) 60 (A) 55 (H) 56 (A) 72 (H) 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)


Series Records vs. 2014 Opponents 1981-82 62 - 61 (H) 53 - 42 (A) 1982-83 82 - 67 (A) 1983-84 64 - 62 (N) 1984-85 60 - 59 (N) 1985-86 65 - 89 (N) 1986-87 66 - 72 (N) 1987-88 77 - 78 (N) 1988-89 80 - 69 (N) 1989-90 89 - 92 (N) 1990-91 105 - 112 (N)(3OT) 1991-92 66 - 65 (N) 1992-93 67 - 75 (N) 1993-94 69 - 72 (N) 1994-95 78 - 86 (N) 1995-96 94 - 70 (H) 1996-97 61 - 62 (A) 1997-98 77 - 71 (H) 1998-99 79 - 84 (A)(OT) 1999-00 70 - 68 (H) 2000-01 75 - 70 (A) 2001-02 95 - 82 (H) 2002-03 77 - 83 (A) 2003-04 83 - 80 (H) (2OT) 2004-05 49 - 87 (A) 2005-06 91 - 75 (H) 2006-07 69 - 78 (A) 2007-08 79 - 72 (H) 2008-09 62 - 67 (A) 2009-10 73 - 66 (H) 2010-11 73 - 72 (A) 2011-12 56 - 68 (H) 2012-13 54 - 62 (A)

Kentucky Kentucky leads 115-26** • Games in Athens: Kentucky leads 39-17** • Games in Lexington: Kentucky leads 58-5** • Neutral-Site Games: Kentucky leads 18-4 • SEC Tournament Games Kentucky leads 8-1

Media Information

**Both wins in 2002 later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

History

1981-82 66 - 68 (H) 73 - 82 (A) (H) 1982-83 70 - 63 72 - 81 (A) (A) 1983-84 40 - 64 64 - 66 (H) 79 - 92 (N) 1984-85 81 - 73 (H) 79 - 77 (A) 1985-86 69 - 74 (A) 75 - 80 (H) 1986-87 69 - 65 (A) 79 - 71 (H) 1987-88 77 - 84 (N) 72 - 80 (A) 57 - 62 (N) (A) 1988-89 65 - 76 84 - 72 (H) (H) 1989-90 106 - 91 77 - 88 (A) (H) 1990-91 80 - 81 84 - 96 (A) (A) 1991-92 66 - 78 73 - 84 (H) (H) 1992-93 59 - 74 70 - 86 (A) 1993-94 94 - 90 (H) (OT) 59 - 80 (A) (A) 1994-95 71 - 83 74 - 97 (H) (H) 1995-96 77 - 82 86 - 73 (A) (H) 1996-97 65 - 86 57 - 82 (A) 68 - 95 (N) 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) (H) 2004-05 55 - 76 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) 90 - 85 (A) 2009-10 68 - 76 (A) 68 - 80 (H) 2010-11 77 - 70 (H) 60 - 66 (A) 2011-12 44 - 57 (H) 49 - 79 (A) 2012-13 72 - 62 (H)

Records

Year Ga. - UK Site 1920-21 19 - 20 (SIAA) 1922-23 23 - 19 (A) (H) 1924-25 28 - 24 1925-26 18 - 22 (H) 32 - 31 (SC) 34 - 39 (SC) (SC) 1927-28 16 - 31 1928-29 16 - 31 (SC) 1929-30 21 - 22 (H)(OT) 23 - 36 (A) (H) 1930-31 25 - 16 1939-40 43 - 51 (SEC) (H) 1941-42 26 - 51 38 - 55 (A) (H) 1942-43 28 - 60 30 - 59 (SEC) (SEC) 1943-44 29 - 57 1944-45 37 - 73 (H) (H) 1946-47 45 - 84 40 - 81 (A) (H) 1947-48 51 - 88 1948-49 40 - 95 (A) (H) 1949-50 71 - 60 56 - 88 (A) 63 - 79 (SEC) 1950-51 41 - 88 (A) 1951-52 55 - 95 (N-LV) 1953-54 55 - 106 (A) 68 - 100 (N-LV) 1954-55 40 - 86 (A) 1955-56 66 - 143 (N-LV) 1956-57 53 - 84 (A) 1957-58 55 - 74 (N) 1958-59 55 - 108 (A) 1959-60 60 - 84 (N) 1960-61 67 - 74 (A) 1961-62 59 - 86 (N) 1962-63 67 - 74 (A) 1963-64 83 - 103 (H) 1964-65 82 - 102 (H) 64 - 96 (A) 1965-66 65 - 69 (H)(2OT) 50 - 74 (A) 1966-67 49 - 40 (H) 76 - 101 (H) 1967-68 73 - 104 (A) 87 - 106 (H) 1968-69 68 - 88 (A) 77 - 85 (H) 1969-70 71 - 72 (H) 86 - 116 (A) 1970-71 66 - 79 (A) 95 - 107 (H) (H) 1971-72 85 - 73 63 - 87 (A) 1972-73 68 - 89 (A) 86 - 99 (H) 1973-74 74 - 80 (A) 72 - 86 (H) 1974-75 77 - 96 (H) 61 - 75 (A) 1975-76 76 - 92 (A) 86 - 81 (H) 1976-77 59 - 64 (A)(OT) 54 - 72 (H) 1977-78 73 - 90 (A) 67 - 78 (H) 1978-79 64 - 73 (A) 74 - 90 (H) 1979-80 69 - 95 (H-Atl) 49 - 56 (A) 1980-81 62 - 76 (A) 68 - 71 (H)(2OT)

2012-13 in Review

(N-Jax) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H)

Opponent Info

The visitor has won just three times in 18 on-campus meetings between Georgia and Georgia Tech since 1995, but two of those have come in the past three years.

54 89 83 67 68 61 72 66 73 71 68 66 73 66 65 89 61 87 75 87 86 76 74 73 92 69 97 90 82 78 78 77 66 97 67 73 59 63 64 51 75 64 75 55 59 40 38 51

Coaches & Support

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Player Bios

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 86 77 57 69 43 60 58 68 51 56 66 38 55 65

2013-14 Outlook

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

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Series Records vs. 2014 Opponents Lipscomb First Meeting

Louisiana State LSU leads 62-42** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 26-21** • Games in Baton Rouge: LSU leads 34-12** • Neutral-Site Games: LSU leads 7-4 • SEC Tournament Games: LSU leads 5-3 Year Ga.-LSU Site 1919-20 34 - 15 (H) 1935-36 34 - 46 (A) 1938-39 26 - 50 (N) 1942-43 39 - 54 (H) 1945-46 41 - 60 (N) 1950-51 68 - 65 (H) 1951-52 60 - 98 (A) (H) 1952-53 50 - 55 1953-54 62 - 97 (A) 53 - 100 (A) 1954-55 76 - 70 (H)(OT) 1955-56 86 - 91 (H) 56 - 72 (A) 1956-57 78 - 70 (H) 1957-58 59 - 56 (A) 1958-59 60 - 63 (N-Jax) 66 - 79 (H) 1959-60 79 - 67 (N-Jax) 77 - 81 (A) 1960-61 80 - 66 (H) 1961-62 57 - 76 (A) 1962-63 76 - 67 (H)(OT) 1963-64 63 - 81 (A) 1964-65 69 - 70 (H) 1965-66 82 - 59 (H) 1966-67 85 - 87 (A) 78 - 65 (H) 1967-68 76 - 79 (H) 78 - 73 (A) 1968-69 89 - 98 (A) 80 - 90 (H)(2OT) 1969-70 86 - 88 (A) 88 - 99 (H) 1970-71 76 - 97 (A) 66 - 79 (H) 1971-72 115 - 95 (H) 68 - 69 (A) 1972-73 66 - 62 (A) 55 - 56 (H) 1973-74 83 - 90 (A) 79 - 84 (H) 1974-75 89 - 90 (H) 90 - 96 (A)(2OT) 1975-76 83 - 79 (A) 75 - 70 (H) 1976-77 77 - 97 (A) 69 - 75 (H) 1977-78 78 - 96 (A) 68 - 89 (H) 1978-79 75 - 97 (A) 93 - 88 (H) 1979-80 73 - 72 (H)(2OT) 77 - 96 (A) 1980-81 65 - 78 (A) 62 - 64 (H) 68 - 60 (N) 1981-82 53 - 54 (H) 57 - 51 (A) 1982-83 56 - 60 (A)

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59 - 70 (H) 1983-84 77 - 81 (H) 68 - 69 (A)(OT) 1984-85 74 - 79 (H) 59 - 58 (A) 1985-86 73 - 85 (A) 92 - 76 (H) 1986-87 64 - 63 (A)(OT) 63 - 57 (H) 88 - 89 (N)(2OT) 1987-88 59 - 50 (H) 62 - 63 (A) 1988-89 79 - 80 (H) 83 - 97 (A) 1989-90 94 - 92 (A)(OT) 86 - 85 (H) 1990-91 76 - 83 (A) 86 - 89 (H) 1991-92 64 - 62 (A) 1992-93 81 - 78 (H) 1993-94 100 - 84 (A) 83 - 70 (N) 1994-95 98 - 89 (H) 1995-96 85 - 82 (A) 1996-97 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) 2009-10 48 - 50 (A) 2010-11 73 - 53 (H) 2011-12 53 - 61 (A) 2012-13 67 - 58 (H) 63 - 68 (N) **Wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

UMass First Meeting

Ole Miss Georgia leads 66-40** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 37-12** • Games in Oxford: Ole Miss leads 25-24** • 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

Ga.-UM 37 - 44 37 - 33 45 - 41 45 - 28 53 - 46 36 - 27 36 - 27

Site (H) (H) (H) (N) (A) (H) (N)

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 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

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 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

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

1995-96 74 - 38 (H) 1996-97 66 - 73 (A) 1997-98 70 - 68 (H) 67 - 72 (N) 1998-99 76 - 85 (A) 1999-00 71 - 65 (H) 2000-01 70 - 66 (A) 2001-02 79 - 72** (H) 2002-03 89 - 82** (A) 2003-04 74 - 61 (H) 2004-05 54 - 59 (A) 2005-06 72 - 65 (H) 2006-07 49 - 67 (A) 2007-08 62 - 76 (H) 97 - 95 (N) (OT) 2008-09 47 - 69 (A) 2009-10 76 - 80 (H) 2010-11 98 - 76 (A) 2011-12 63 - 66 (H) 2012-13 74 - 84 (A) (OT) **Wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Mississippi State MSU leads series 53-52** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 27-18** • Games in Starkville: MSU leads 32-16** • Neutral-Site Games: Georgia leads 10-1 • SEC Tournament Games: Georgia leads 9-2 Year Ga.-MSU Site 1931-32 48 - 26 (SIAA) 1945-46 45 - 44 (N) 1948-49 70 - 40 (H) 1949-50 40 - 51 (A) 1950-51 57 - 49 (H) 1951-52 55 - 88 (A) 1952-53 75 - 63 (H) 1953-54 60 - 75 (A) 1954-55 90 - 75 (H) 1955-56 71 - 83 (A) 1956-57 73 - 86 (H) 1957-58 77 - 92 (A) 1958-59 56 - 76 (H) 1959-60 67 - 62 (A)(OT) 1960-61 77 - 99 (H) 1961-62 74 - 83 (A) (H) 1962-63 75 - 86 1963-64 73 - 61 (A) 1964-65 74 - 79 (A) 82 - 62 (H) 1965-66 54 - 58 (A) 83 - 71 (H) 1966-67 71 - 93 (H) 63 - 92 (A) 1967-68 72 - 69 (H) 81 - 77 (A) 1968-69 71 - 73 (H) 95 - 80 (A) 1969-70 79 - 76 (A) 77 - 86 (H) 1970-71 66 - 77 (H)(OT) 57 - 62 (A) 1971-72 58 - 62 (A)(OT) 87 - 82 (H) 1972-73 84 - 90 (H) 68 - 72 (A) 1973-74 56 - 76 (H) 69 - 84 (A) 1974-75 67 - 65 (A)


Series Records vs. 2014 Opponents

Nebraska Series is tied 1-1 • Games in Athens: 0-0 • Games in Lincoln: 1-1 Year Ga.-UN Site 1985-86 67 - 63 (A) 1994-95 61 - 69 (A)

New Mexico New Mexico leads series 1-0 • Games in Athens: 0-0 • Games in Albuquerque: UNM leads 1-0 Year Ga.-UNM Site (A) 1988-89 66 - 80

South Carolina

Temple Series is tied 1-1 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 1-0 • Neutral-Court Games: Temple leads 1-0 Year Ga.-TU Site 1981-82 73 - 60 (H) 2010-11 58 - 65 (N)

Tennessee leads 92-56** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 39-30** • Games in Knoxville: Tennessee leads 55-15 • 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 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 1944-45 1945-46 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 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

Ga.-UT Site 52 - 22 (A) 38 - 13 (H) 26 - 30 (A) 23 - 19 (N-Atl) 48 - 25 (N-Atl) 29 - 28 (H) 45 - 21 (H) 22 - 19 (H) 33 - 18 (A) 17 - 24 (A) 38 - 19 (H) 44 - 56 (A) 30 - 24 (H) 11 - 36 (A) 29 - 35 (A) 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) 55 - 57 (H) 61 - 56 (H) 55 - 57 (A) 47 - 51 (A) 61 - 64 (H) 57 - 59 (H) 68 - 71 (A)(OT)

Media Information

**UGA Wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Tennessee

History

61 - 62 (A) 57 - 50 (H) 64 - 72 (A) 59 - 61 (H) 54 - 74 (A) 68 - 85 (N) 74 - 97 (A) 81 - 96 (H) 64 - 62 (N) 87 - 95 (N) 77 - 58 (N) 84 - 63 (H) 76 - 72 (A) 65 - 57 (N) 66 - 65 (A) 71 - 73 (H) 72 - 97 (A) 85 - 72 (H) 60 - 77 (A) 112 - 90 (H) 73 - 74 (N)(OT) 69 - 71 (A) 72 - 54 (H) 85 - 86 (A) 88 - 87 (H) 96 - 85 (A) 72 - 69 (H) 59 - 60 (A) 66 - 56 (H) 73 - 85 (A) 88 - 73 (H) 71 - 82 (A) 77 - 74 (H) 78 - 63 (N) 60 - 68 (H) 76 - 79 (A) 80 - 56 (H) 66 - 70 (A)(OT) 90 - 62 (H) 66 - 82 (A) 75 - 77 (A) 56 - 64 (H) 67 - 80 (A) 82 - 75** (H)(OT) 79 - 66** (H) 60 - 55** (A)(OT) 63 - 84 (H) 47 - 63 (A) 54 - 74 (A) 53 - 60 (H) 64-61 (OT) (A) 48 - 47 (H) 80 - 56 (H) 73 - 54 (A) 56 - 62 (A) 82 - 64 (H) 68 - 79 (A) 51 - 68 (H) 77 - 78 (A) 66 - 61 (H) 60 - 56 (A) 64 - 48 (H) 56 - 57 (A) 67 - 55 (H) 67 - 56 (A) 62 - 54 (H) (OT)

Records

Georgia leads 52-48** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 30-16** • Games in Columbia: USC leads 30-18** • Neutral-Site Games: Georgia leads 4-2 • SEC Tournament Games: Georgia leads 1-0 Year Ga.-USC Site 1921-22 34 - 27 (A) 1923-24 38 - 29 (A) 1924-25 27 - 35 (A) (H) 1925-26 57 - 28 1928-29 54 - 28 (H) 46 - 21 (H) 1930-31 31 - 16 (H) 27 - 21 (A) (H) 1937-38 26 - 24 36 - 22 (A) 1938-39 39 - 24 (H) 49 - 34 (A) 1939-40 47 - 31 (H) 40 - 33 (A) 1940-41 44 - 48 (H)(OT) 50 - 43 (A) 1941-42 35 - 43 (H) 1942-43 35 - 43 (A) (H) 1943-44 48 - 64 35 - 67 (A) 1944-45 25 - 53 (A) 1945-46 30 - 42 (A) 1946-47 50 - 55 (H) 40 - 51 (A) 1947-48 70 - 57 (H) 61 - 64 (A) 1948-49 49 - 43 (A) 63 - 64 (H) 1949-50 77 - 62 (H) 43 - 54 (A) 1950-51 60 - 58 (H) 59 - 57 (A) 1951-52 63 - 80 (H)

1952-53 1953-54 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 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 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

2012-13 in Review

Missouri leads 4-0 • Games in Athens: Missouri leads 1-0 • Games in Columbia: Missouri leads 2-0 • Neutral Court Games: Missouri leads 1-0

Site (N) (H) (A) (A)

Opponent Info

Missouri

Ga.-UM 68 - 70 76 - 83 61 - 89 62 - 79

Coaches & Support

**Wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Year 2000-01 2008-09 2009-10 2012-13

Player Bios

(H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (N-Birm) (A) (H) (H) (A)(OT) (A) (H) (H) (A) (A) (H) (N) (A) (H) (H) (A) (H) (A) (A) (H) (N) (A) (H)(OT) (N) (H) (A) (A) (H) (A) (H) (N) (A) (H) (A) (N) (H) (A) (N) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (A) (H) (N) (A) (H) (A) (N) (H) (N) (A) (H) (A) (OT) (N) (H)

2013-14 Outlook

71 - 77 1975-76 85 - 73 79 - 90 1976-77 82 - 73 69 - 98 1977-78 44 - 57 45 - 68 1978-79 69 - 67 62 - 86 75 - 72 1979-80 75 - 88 56 - 62 1980-81 66 - 64 68 - 65 1981-82 26 - 20 71 - 49 1982-83 75 - 59 64 - 73 1983-84 54 - 52 69 - 45 52 - 49 1984-85 64 - 65 79 - 74 1985-86 72 - 55 62 - 61 1986-87 48 - 41 63 - 64 1987-88 72 - 80 49 - 35 64 - 43 1988-89 79 - 68 85 - 86 83 - 68 1989-90 83 - 69 82 - 74 1990-91 83 - 73 64 - 70 1991-92 66 - 75 1992-93 86 - 73 87 - 56 1993-94 60 - 67 1994-95 59 - 60 1995-96 73 - 76 68 - 86 1996-97 56 - 54 1997-98 64 - 69 79 - 76 1998-99 63 - 60 1999-00 59 - 71 2000-01 94 - 73 2001-02 86 - 68** 2002-03 67 - 63** 2003-04 58 - 71 2004-05 62 - 76 65 - 76 2005-06 68 - 83 2006-07 86 - 73 2007-08 49 - 60 64 - 60 2008-09 61 - 67 60 - 79 2009-10 69 - 72 2010-11 86 - 64 2011-12 70 - 68 71 - 61 2012-13 61 - 72

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Series Records vs. 2014 Opponents 1972-73 64 - 79 (A) 71 - 85 (H) 1973-74 70 - 84 (A) 89 - 97 (H) 1974-75 69 - 105 (H) 74 - 95 (A) 1975-76 73 - 79 (H) 70 - 86 (A) 1976-77 82 - 106 (A) 83 - 76 (H) 1977-78 75 - 74 (A) 72 - 77 (H) 1978-79 79 - 75 (H) 81 - 87 (A)(3OT) 1979-80 55 - 54 (H) 49 - 50 (A) 1980-81 67 - 72 (A) 76 - 75 (H)(OT) 1981-82 64 - 66 (H) 64 - 63 (A) 1982-83 76 - 87 (A) 74 - 59 (H) 79 - 60 (N) 1983-84 71 - 57 (H) 82 - 77 (A) 1984-85 79 - 80 (H)(2OT) 85 - 86 (A) 67 - 61 (N) 1985-86 77 - 78 (A) 91 - 70 (H) 1986-87 60 - 55 (H) 68 - 89 (A) 1987-88 81 - 92 (A) 80 - 69 (H) 1988-89 74 - 73 (A) 68 - 75 (H) 1989-90 85 - 77 (H) 83 - 93 (A) 1990-91 107 - 86 (H) 87 - 78 (A) 65 - 95 (N) 1991-92 76 - 78 (A) 66 - 67 (H) 1992-93 77 - 60 (H) 96 - 83 (A) 1993-94 67 - 63 (A) 74 - 61 (H) 1994-95 57 - 56 (A) 74 - 48 (H) 1995-96 62 - 67 (A) 68 - 49 (H) 74 - 63 (N) 1996-97 63 - 50 (A) 69 - 55 (H) 1997-98 48 - 77 (A) 77 - 72 (H) 1998-99 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)

188

2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13

78 60 55 69 57 62 68 78

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63 69 57 63 53 73 62 68

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

**Wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Texas A&M Georgia leads 2-0

• Games in Athens: Georgia leads 1-0 • Games in College Station: Georgia leads 1-0 Year Ga. - TAMU Site 2012-13 59 - 52 (A) 52 - 46 (H)

UAB Georgia leads 3-2 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 1-0 • Games in Birmingham: UAB leads 1-0 • Neutral-Site Games: Georgia leads 2-0 Year Ga. - UAB Site 1981-82 76 - 72 (N) 1987-88 85 - 66 (N) 2009-10 72 - 56 (A) 2010-11 66 - 64 (H)

Vanderbilt Vanderbilt leads 85-51** • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 35-27** • Games in Nashville: Vanderbilt leads 52-13 • Neutral-Site Games: Vanderbilt leads 6-3 • SEC Tournament Games: Vanderbilt leads 5-1 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)

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 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

60 - 70 (H) 51 - 73 (H) 49 - 61 (N-Louis) 66 - 97 (A) 67 - 83 (H) 57 - 78 (A) 61 - 85 (A) 56 - 69 (H) 51 - 75 (A) 64 - 74 (A) 66 - 69 (H) 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) 72 - 85 (H) 108 - 81 (H) 67 - 66 (A) 74 - 78 (N)(OT) 74 - 75 (A)(OT) 62 - 59 (H) 80 - 72 (A) 72 - 70 (H) 67 - 86 (A) 66 - 78 (A) 83 - 87 (H)(OT) 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) 2009-10 72 - 58 (H) 94 - 96 (A) (OT) 66 - 78 (N) 2010-11 66 - 73 (A) 56 - 64 (H) 2011-12 66 - 77 (A) 52 - 61 (H) 2012-13 62 - 63 (A) **Includes wins later vacated because of NCAA sanctions.

Western Carolina Georgia leads 5-0 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 5-0 Year Ga.-WCU Site 1993-94 100 - 64 (H) 1994-95 94 - 67 (H) 1995-96 91 - 71 (H) (H) 2003-04 78 - 67 2005-06 89 - 65 (H)

Wofford Georgia leads 6-1 • Games in Athens: Georgia leads 2-1 • Games in Spartanburg: Georgia leads 4-0 Year Ga.-WC Site 1919-20 47 - 23 (A) 1921-22 43 - 34 (A) 1922-23 24 - 22 (A) 45 - 28 (A) 1926-27 65 - 22 (H) 2004-05 93 - 89 (H) (OT) 2008-09 74 - 73 (H) (OT) 2009-10 57 - 60 (H) 2011-12 62 - 49 (H)


All-Time UGA Lettermen

Following is a list of all-time University of Georgia basketball lettermen. Please direct any corrections, additions, etc., to Tim Hix, UGA Sports Information Office, P.O. Box 1472, Athens, GA 30603. Email address: thix@sports.uga.edu

Records History Media Information

Cabiness, Henry — 1956-57-58 (Capt.) Caldwell-Pope, Kentavious — 2012-13 Campbell, W.H. — 1920 Cannon, John — 2012-13 Canter, Armand — 1935 Carrington, Curtis — 1995 Carson, John — 1952-53 Carter, Charles — 1978 Carter, Ed — 1910-11 Carter, Frank — 1911-12-13-14 Case, Brooks (Mgr.) — 2007-08-09 Casey, Pat — 1959-60-61 Cason, Cory (Mgr.) — 2004-05-06-07-08 Cassimus, Chris (Mgr.) — 2004-05 Caswell, Dick — 1963 Chadwick,. Michael — 1996-97-98-99 Chandler, Joe — 1932,33 Chaney, Bob — 1957-58-59 Chapman, Buck — 1933 Chastain, Hoyt — 1934 Chatham, Roy — 1939-40-41 Cheatham, E.E. — 1907 Cheek, Benny — 1962-63 Cheeves, Buck — 1919-20-21 (Capt.) Childers, Joe — 1977-78-79 Christie, Frank — 1943 Christo, Louis — 1950 Chufelt, Mark — 1969 Clark, Frank — 1960-61-62

2012-13 in Review

Jerry Epling (1968-70)

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Opponent Info

Barnard, John — 1960 Barner, Mack — 1927 (Manager) Barnes, Chris — 2008-09-10-11 Barr, J.B. — 1944 Bassett, Tim — 1972-73 Bateman, John — 1987-88-89-90-91 (Mgr.) Bell, George — 1953-54-55-56 Bell, Terrell — 1993-94-95-96 Benfield, George — 1986

Tom Brennan (1969-71) became the head basketball coach at Yale and Vermont, leading the latter to NCAA Tournament berths in 2003-05.

Coaches & Support

B

Player Bios

Bennett, Arlando — 1989-91-92-93 (CoCapt.) Abrahamson, Tom — 1971 Bennett, Joe — 1922-23-24 Acker, Jon — 1966 Bennett, Paige — 1921-22 (Capt.) Ackermann, Carl — 1963-64-65 Benson, Buster — 1929 Adamek, Chuck — 1961-62-63 Bickerstaff, Charles — 1926 (Mgr.) Adler, Gary — 1972 Bishop, Chase — 1942-43 Aguilar, Ron — 2006 Blakley, Milt — 1987-88 (Capt.) Allen, Ray — 1956-57-58 Bliss, Dave — 2005-06 (Co-Capt.)-07-08 Anders, Carl — 1943 Boney, Sam — 1922 Anderson, Alf — 1943 Booth, Bill — 1961 Anderson, Billy — 1921 Boston, William — 1941 Anderson, Buck — 1928-29-30-31 Bowden, Dan — 1934-35-36 Anderson, Charles — 1941-43 (Capt.) Bracewell, Mike — 1967-69 Anderson, Charlie — 1972-73-74 (Capt.) Bradley, Ronald — 1954-55-56 Anderson, Cody — 2012-13 (Mgr.) Brand, Tom — 1910-11-13-14 (Capt.) Anderson, Harrison — 1934-35 (Co-Capt.), Brantley, Sherrard — 2011-12-13 -36 (Co-Capt.) Bratton, Edgar — 1944 Anderson, W.D. — 1918-19-20 Brennan, Tom — 1969-70-71 Anderson, Willie — 1985-86-87-88 (Capt.) Brewer, Ken — 1967 Anderson, Scott — 1997 (Mgr.) Brewer, Troy — 2008-09 Anderson, Shandon — 1993-94-95-96 Bringe, Robert — 1976 Anyaorah, Ebuka — 2010 Brizendine, Brad — 2007 Arnold, Wayne — 2003 Brophy, Kevin — 2005-06 Arrendale, J. Lester — 1908 Brown, Andy — 1996-97-98-99-00 (Mgr.) Asher, Curtis — 1937 (Manager) Brown, Dathon — 1992-94 Austin, Neville — 1988-89-90-91 (Co.-Capt) Brown, H.W. — 1914-15-16 Aycock, Chad — 2012-13 (Mgr.) Brown, Julius — 1974 Brown, Larry — 1995-96-97-98 Brown, Takais — 2007 Brown, Wedford — 1906-07-08-12 (Mgr.) Bryant, Charles — 1950-51 Bryant, Joe — 1940-41-42 Bryant, Whitey — 1930-31 Bucklin, Matt — 2009-10-11-12 Shandon Anderson Willie Anderson Bucklin, Mike — 2003-04 (1992-96) (1985-89) Bullock, P.J. — 2006 Burch, Charles — 1945 Burdette, Eric — 1987 Burdette, P.B. — 1953 Bagby, Charles — 1962-63-64 (Capt.) Butler, Corey — 2007-08-09 (Co-Capt.) Bailey, Sam — 1944 Butler, Jake — 1922-23-25 Baker, Devin — 1997 Buttolph, L.F. — 1911 Ball, Tommy — 1967-68 Buttolph, Lyman — 1909 (Manager) Banks, James — 1981-82-83-84 (CoButtolph, Lymon — 1944 (Manager) Capt.)

2013-14 Outlook

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Jimmy Daughtry (1977-80)

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All-Time UGA Lettermen Clark, George — 1922-23 Claxton, Charles — 1992-93-94-95 Clements, Emory — 1952-54 Cobb, Lanier — 1945 Cobb, Rick — 1975-76 (Manager) Cocke, Emory — 1916 Cohen, Barry — 1969-70-71 (Capt.) Cole, Rod — 1988-89-90-91 (Co.-Capt.) Cole, Tony — 2002 Coleman, Shon — 2000-01 Collins, Joe — 1928 (Manager) Conway, Charlie --- 2009-10 (Mgr.) Conneen, Sean — 1991-92-93-94-95 (Mgr.) Cook, Dudley — 1926-27-28 Corhen, Richard — 1982-83-84-85 (CoCapt.)Corley, O.H. — 1915 Costa, Flip — 1932-33-34 Courts, Malon — 1929 Couvillon, Sam — 1990-91-92-93 (Mgr.) Covington, Brandon --- 2009-10 (Mgr.) Cox, Arthur — 1917-18-19 (Capt.) Creekmore, Ross — 1911-12 Crenshaw, Ander — 1964 Crenshaw, Mack — 1963-64-65 Crenshaw, McCarthy — 1931 Crosby, Gerald — 1982-83-84-85 (CoCapt.) Crowder, Daniel — 1938 Crump, Steve — 1913-14 Cummings, John — 1955

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Daniels, Chris — 2001-02-03-04 Daniels, Greg — 1985 (Mgr.) Daniels, Walter — 1976-77-78-79 (Capt.) Danner, Ray — 1963 Darrah, Gordon — 1959-60 (Capt.), -61 Daughtry, Jimmy — 1977-78-79-80 (Co-Capt.) Davenport, Blake — 2005 Davidson, John — 1928-1929 Davis, Bernard — 1991-92-93-94 (CoCapt.) Davis, Earl — 1948-49-51 (Tri-Capt.) Davis, John — 1949 Davis, Katu — 1995-96 De Foor, Joe — 1957-58-59 Dean, James-John — 1944 Dean, Mike — 2002-03 Deane, Haywood — 1906 (Capt.)

Derrick Floyd (1980-83)

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Lorenzo Hall (1997-98)

Dearing, Palmer — 1953 Deavers, Clayton — 1945 Delser, D.C. — 1909 Denny, James — 1952 Derrick, Claude — 1907-08 (Capt.), -09 DeWitt, David — 1990 DeYoung, Eric — 1997-99 Dezzendorf, P.B. — 1916 Dinwiddie, Morris — 1955-56 Dixon, Tim — 2012-13 Djurisic, Nemanja — 2012-13 Dorsey, Charlie — 1975-77 Dorsey, Jacky — 1975-76 Dowdy, Derrell — 1944 Drafts, Bryan — 1974-75-76 (Capt.) Drew, Roy — 1927-28 Dryden, Robb — 1998-9900-01 Duggins, Tom — 1965-66-67 (Co-Capt.) Dukes, Derrick — 1997-98 Dunn, David — 1985-86-87 Dunson, Joe — 1908 Dykes, Sonny — 1950-52

E

Jarvis Hayes (2002-03)

Echols, Taylor — 2013 Edmondson, Fred — 195457-58-59 (Capt.) Edwards, Don — 1945 Eldredge, Knox — 1938-39 Ensley, Bill — 1954-55-56-58 Epling, Jerry — 1968-69-70 Erwin, Julian — 1912 Etter, Bob — 1966 Evans, Alex — 2005 Evans, Anthony — 2000-01 Ewaldsen, Gregg — 1975-76-77

F

Fabian, Al — 1946-47-48-49 Fair, Terry — 1980-81-82-83 (CoCapt.) Fales, Earl E. — 1961 Farr, J.B. — 1947-49 Farren, Jack — 1936-37-38 (Capt.) Faulkner, Sean — 1999 Fields, Shawn — 1999-00 Flanagan, Tony — 1975-76-77-78 Fleming, Vern — 1981-82-83-84 (CoCapt.) Florence, George — 1926-28 (Capt.) Florveus, John — 2012-13 Flourney, Walker — 1914 Floyd, Derrick — 1980-81-82-83 Forbes, Tillou — 1908-09-10-11 (Capt.) Forbes, Walter — 1925-27 (Capt.) Fort, John — 1910

Jonas Hayes (2002-04)

Foster, Douglas — 1953-54 Foster, Lucius — 1976-78 Fowler, Robert — 1926 Fowler, Wilmore — 1981-82 (Co-Capt.) Fox, Jesse — 1949 Fox, Lawrence — 1917 Frain, Mickey — 1925-26-27 Fraley, John — 1972-73 Franks, Fred — 1957-58 Frey, Steve — 1978 Frost, Jack — 1921 Frye, Porter — 1929 Fusi, Pete — 1975

G

Gaines, Kenny — 2013 Gaines, Sundiata — 2005-06-07-08 (CoCapt.) Gallagher, Gary — 1964 Ganote, Mike — 1988 Geri, Joe — 1943 Gianfrancesco, Gino — 1971-72-73 (CoCapt.) Gibbs, Corey — 2005 Gibson, Fred — 2002-03 Gibson, Hal — 1934-35 Gill, Carlton — 1962-63 (Capt.) Gillespie, James — 1939 Gimpel, Nick — 1968-69-70 (Capt.) Glass, Jeff --- 2009-10-11-12-13 (Mgr.) Gleaton, Curtis — 1956-57 (Capt.)


J

Rod Cole (1988-91)

History

Jones, W.C. — 1954-55 Jordan, Joe — 1948-49-50-51 (Tri-Capt.) Jordan, Josh — 2001 (Manager) Jugely, Harold — 1925 Kammers, Chuck — 1957 Keen, George — 1928 Keiser, Don — 1959-60-61 Keith, Greg — 1975 Kelley, Cecil — 1938-39 (Capt.), -40 Kenn, George — 1926-27

Records

K

2012-13 in Review

Jackson, Albert — 2007-08-09 (CoCapt.)-10 Jackson, Cleve. — 1993-94 (Co-Capt.) Jackson, Curtis — 1976-77 Jackson, Elfrem — 1985 Jackson, Reggie — 1988 Jacobs, Rod — 1970 Jeffords, Ray — 1965-66-67 -68 (Capt.) Jernegin, George — 1945 (Mgr.) Johnson, Allan — 1960-61-62 (Capt.) Johnson, Billups — 1932-33 Johnson, Frank — 1934-35 (Co-Capt.) -36 (Co-Capt.) Johnson, Allan — 1960-61-62 (Capt.) Johnson, Billups — 1932-33 Johnson, Frank — 1934-35 (Co-Capt.) -36 (Co-Capt.) Johnson, James — 1974 Johnson, John — 1959-60-61 Johnson, Kendrick — 2006 Johnson, Skeet — 1926 Johnston, David — 1911-12-13 (Capt.) Jones, Adrian — 1997-98-00-01 Jones, Jumaine — 1998-99 Jones, Monroe — 1982-83-84 Jones, Steve — 1993-94-95-96

Opponent Info Media Information

Hamilton, Pat — 1986-87-88-89 (Capt.) Hamilton, Scott — 2000-01 Harley, James — 1925 (Manager) Harmon, Harry — 1935-36-37 Harold, Charlie — 1935 Harris, Hoss — 1924 Harris, Jim — 1927-28-29 (Capt.) Harris, Melvin — 1978 Harris, William — 1926-28 Harrison, Andy — 1969-70 Harrison, Ray — 1996-97-98-99 Harrold, Charles — 1936-37 (Capt.) Harron, Mike — 1987-88-89-90 (Capt.) Harscher, Frank — 1966-67 (Co-Capt.) Hart, John — 1958 Hartley, Todd — 2006 (Mgr.) Hartry, Donald — 1983-84-85-86 (CoCapt.) Hartsfield, Don — 1956-57-58 Harvey, Antonio — 1991 Harvill, Morgan — 1945-47-48 (Capt.) Harvill, William — 1968 Hatcher, Hal — 1934-35 Hatcher, J.M. — 1918 Hayes, Jarvis — 2002-03 Hayes, Jonas — 2002-03-04 Head, Ralph — 1937 Healey, Bob — 1947-48-49 (Capt.) Heard, Lamar — 1980-81-82-83 (CoCapt.) Hearn, Bill — 1956 Helton, Jason — 2002 Hemrick, Paul (Mgr.) — 2006-08-09 Henderson, Cedric — 1985 Henry, Waymond — 1964-65-66 Herring, Jon — 2006 (Mgr.) Hewing, Gary — 1981 Hicks, Jo Jo — 1975-76 Hill, Bunker — 1931 Hill, Hoke — 1929 Hilliard, Thomas — 1944 Hirsimaki, Fred — 1947 Hitchcock, Lawrence — 1941 Hitchcock, Troy — 1983 Hodges, Glenn — 1937-38 Hodgson, Morton — 1910 Hogue, Ronnie — 1971-72-73 (Co-Capt.) Holder, Bob — 1959 Holland, Roy — 1974-75-76 Holt, Bob — 1944 Holtzendorf, C.B. — 1906 (Mgr.) -07 (Capt.), -16

Coaches & Support

Bob Lienhard (1968-70) played professionally in Italy for 14 seasons and continues to live there today.

Gino Gianfrancesco (1971-73)

Player Bios

H-I

Hagan, Terry — 1956-57 Haley, Bill — 1945 Hall, Kermith — 1951-52-53 Hall, Lorenzo — 1997-98 Hamby, Fred — 1945-47

Hopper, Thurmon — 1948 Howard, Bill — 1955 Howard, Lem — 1989-90-91 (Co.-Capt.) Howard, Melvin — 1984-85 Huguley, Harrell — 1926 Humphrey, Billy — 2006-07-08 Idrissi, Younes — 2005-06

2013-14 Outlook

Gold, Harold — 1952 Golden, Gullie — 1910-11-12 Golden, Shaun — 1990-91-92-93 (CoCapt.) Goscinski, Jan — 1994 Goski, Tim — 1974-75 Gould, Pete — 1944 Goza, Lee — 1979 Greavu, Sam — 2005-06 Green, Litterial — 1989-90-91-92 (CoCapt.) Green, Maurice — 1935 Green, Mike — 1992 Griffeth, James — 1943 Griffith, Jim — 1947 Griffith, Walton — 1906-07 (Mgr) -08 (Mgr), -09-10 Groover, Bill — 1955 Gurr, Ed — 1921-22-23 (Capt.), -24 (Capt.)

All-Time UGA Lettermen

Chad Kessler (1984-87)

Alec Kessler (1987-90)

191


All-Time UGA Lettermen Keith, Greg — 1975 Kelley, Cecil — 1938-39 (Capt.), -40 Kenn, George — 1926-27 Kennedy, Tom — 1936-37-38 Kenner, Steve — 2001-02 (Manager) Kessler, Alec — 1987-88-89-90 (Capt.) Kessler, Chad — 1984-85-86-87 Keuper, Kenneth — 1941-42 Killian, Joe — 1939-40-41 Kilpatrick, Buster — 1925 King, Lafayette — 1943 King, Lenny — 1974 Kirce, Derrick — 1987 Kirk, Bob — 1948 Kirkland, Dan — 1939-40-41 Klimp, Dalton --- 2009-10-11 (Mgr.) Knight, Ed — 1948 Knight, Horace — 1955-56 (Capt.) Knox, Kennon — 1918-19 (Plr-Coach) Kon, Marcel — 1992 Krafchick, Harold — 1957-58

L

Laird, Daniel — 2003 Lamar, Lucius — 1923 Land, Jerry — 1947 Las, Kevin — 1971 Lawson, J.L. — 1915 Lautzenhizer, Glenn — 1928 Layne, D.A. — 1999-00-01 Lenard, Darryl — 1982 Leslie, Travis --- 2009-10-11 Lester, Louis — 1913-14-15 (Capt.) Lewis, Ryan — 2000 Lewis, T.J. — 1909 Lewites, Adam (Mgr.) — 2011-12 Liddell, Julian — 1912-13 Lienhard, Bob — 1968-69 (Capt.), -70 Lilly, John — 1992 Lindsey, Donald — 1977 Link, Ben — 1908 Linton, Don — 1961 Long, Elliott — 2012 Lorendo, Gene — 1947-48-49 Lovell, Taylor — 1973-74-75 Lucey, Dave — 1974-75-76 Ludwig, Paul — 1933 Luke, Delacey — 1959

M

MacEwen, Will — 2010-11 (Mgr.) Mack, Toney — 1986-87-88 Maddox, Ross — 1944-45 (CoCapt.)-46 (Capt.) Maddox, William — 1933 Maffett, Herbert — 1929 Maffett, Jimmy — 1945 Main, Greg — 1969-70-71 Mann, Charles — 2013 Mapp, Armand — 1925 Maracich, Eli — 1946-47 Marbury, Eric — 1979-80-81 (CoCapt.), -82 (Co-Capt.) Marsh, Peter — 1960 Marshall, John — 1951-52 Martin, Bill — 1939 Martin, Joe — 1929-30 Martin, Lee — 1964-65-66 (Capt.) Martin, Steve — 1977-78-79-80 (Mgr.) Martin, William — 1938 Martin, Wilson — 1962-63-64 Massey, Jim — 1967-68-69 (Trainer) Masterson, Matt — 2004-05 (Mgr.) Mateling, Randy — 1970-71-72 Mathis, Bob — 1946 Matthews, John — 1962-63-64 Mayfield, Demario — 2010 Mazo, Al — 1934-35 McAuley, Jay — 2003-04-05-06 (CoCapt.) McAuley, Nick — 2003 McCall, H.H. — 1915-16-17 McCard, Michael (Mgr.) — 2008-09 McCaskill, Alex — 1938-39-40 McDonald, Morris — 1939-40 McEver, Heyward — 1942 McGarity, Billy — 1973-74-75 (Capt.) McGee, Louis — 1952-53-54 McIntosh, Dick — 1966-67-68 McKenney, George — 1943 (Mgr.) McLin, Larry — 1948 McManus, Murphy — 195455 McMillan, Horace — 198384-85-86 (Co-Capt.) McPhee, Dick — 1943 McPhee, Ricky --- 2009-10

Zippy Morocco (1951-53) was UGA’s first player to earn All-America honors. Donald Hartry (1983-86)

192

Horace McMillan (1983-86)

Marshall Wilson and Litterial Green (no. 11) celebrate the Bulldogs’ 1990 SEC Championship.

McWhorter, Hamilton — 1933 (Mgr.) Meeks, Howards — 1944 Mell, Carlton — 1925 Mercer, George — 1918 Mercer, Lavon — 1977-78-79-80 (Co-Capt.) Mercer, Mike — 2006-07 Meropol, David (Mgr.) — 2004-05-06-07 Middlebrook, Walker (Mgr.) — 2011 Miles, Bobby — 1980 Mill, Rick — 1965 Miller, C.O. — 1924 Miller, Doug — 1974 Miller, Joey — 1960-61-62 Miller, Lee — 1999-00-01 (Manager) Mills, Virgil — 1955-57 Miss, Stephen — 1999-00 (Manager) Mitchell, Vic — 1982-83 (Manager)


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Media Information

Sanford, Sandford — 1929-30-31 (Capt.) Satlof, John — 1924-25 Satterfield, Claude — 1919-20 Satterfield, Marvin — 1952-53-54 (Capt.) Saunders, Homer S. — 1989 Savich, Frank — 1944 Schloss, Bob — 1948-49-50-51 (Tri-Capt.) Scott, Alfred — 1916-17 Searcy, Bill — 1946 Shackelford, Scott — 1982 Shain, Bill — 1951-52-53 Sheffield, Cliff — 1934 (Manager) Shields, Kevin — 1996-97 (Mgr.)

History

Jody Patton (1988-91)

Rainey, Dwayne — 1984 Rainey, E.L. — 1947-48-49 Raker, Bryan (Mgr.) — 2006-07-08 Ransom, Eugene — 1906 Ransom, Phenizee — 1997-98 Ratliff, Chaz (Mgr.) — 2004-05 Rawson, C.W. — 1912-13-14-15 Rawson, Eddie — 1920-21-22 Raylor, Lanny — 1969 Reavis, David — 1977 Reeder, Tommy — 1929-30-31 Reid, Ike — 1910-11 Rentz, Frankie — 1939-41 Reubenstein, Douglas — 1912 Rhine, Kendall — 1990-91-92-93 (CoCapt.) Richards, Lee — 1936-37-38 Richardson, Bob — 1922-23 Richardson, Nolan — 1924-25-26 (Capt.) Richardson, Zack — 1978-79-80

Records

Cort Nagle (1968-70)

R

Roberts, Scott — 1986-87 Robinson, Gerald Jr. — 2011-12 Robinson, Pertha — 1993-94-95-96 Roger, William H. — 1959 Rogers, Lee — 1934 Roland, Bud — 1941 Rose, Bobby — 1963 Rose, Graham — 1930 (Manager) Rothchilds, M.O. — 1914-15 Rowland, Robert — 1942 Roy, Chris — (Mgr.)1997-98 Royer, Clark — 1959-60 Russell, Bob — 1946-47

2012-13 in Review

O’Kane, Tony — 2000-01-02 (Mgr.) O’Kelley, R.L. — 1933-34 Oliver, Badi — 1997-98-99-00 Oliver, Tom — 1977-78 (Manager) O’Quinn, Lonnie — 1950 Orr, Dan — 1953 Owen, Glen — 1990 Owens, J.S. ‘‘Red’’ — 1919-20-21

Opponent Info

O

Coaches & Support

Nagle, Cort — 1968-69-70 Nalley, Clarence — 1936 (Mgr.) Nash, Matt (Mgr.) — 2008 Ndiaye, Suleiman — 2007 Neal, Sebastian — 1989 Nevin, M.A. — 1908 Nevinger, Gary — 1972 Newman, Steve — 2004-05-06-07 Nolte, Connor — 2011-12 Nordholz, Kris — 1993-94-95-96 Nordin, Jon — 1996-97-98-99 Norris, Ulysses — 1976 Norton, Jack — 1953

Palmer, Henry — 1928-29-30 (Capt.) Parker, Jimmy — 1953-54 Parrish, Allen — 1952-53-54-55 Patrick, Mike — 2000-01-02 Patton, Jody — 1988-89-90-91 (Co.Capt.) Payor, Spencer — 1942 (Manager) Peacock, Albert — 1913-14 Peacock, Howell — 1909-10 (Capt./ Mgr.), -12 (Capt.) Pennland, Bill — 1950 Perrier, Arnold Dela — 1943-46-47 (Capt.) Perry, Marvin — 1911 Pesetsky, Ralph — 1940-41 Peterson, Brian — 1993-94-95 Peterson, Ed — 1974 Pevey, Ryan — 2001-02 Pew, Arthur — 1918-21 Phelps, Morris — 1942 Pina, F.S. — 1911-12 Pitts, Jerry — 1965 Pitts, Jimmy — 1963-64-65 (Capt.) Pitts, Paul — 1942 Pope, Edwin — 1946 (Manager) Poschner, George — 1941-42 Poss, Sonny — 1957-58-59 Potts, Lamar — 1952-53-54-55 (Capt.) Pound, Merritt — 1918-19-20-24 Pound, Stokely — 1932-33 Powell, Dwayne — 1965-66-67 Power, Steve — 1987-88-89-90 (Mgr.) Prah, Scott — 2004 Pressman, William — 1935 Price, Jeremy — 2008-09-10-11 Putman, Jeff — 1982

Steve Newman

Player Bios

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P

2013-14 Outlook

Mohr, Sigo — 1941 (Manager) Molitoris, Drew — 2001-02-03 (Mgr.) Moore, Bobby — 1940-41-42 (Capt.) Moore, Don — 1959 Moore, Jimmy — 1935-36 Moore, Virlyn — 1934 Moran, Tommy — 1930-31-32 Moreland, John — 1986-87-88-89-90 (Mgr.) Morocco, Zippy — 1951-52-53 (Capt.) Morris, Brandon — 2013 Morris, Harold — 1962-63 Morris, Hollis — 1927 Morris, Mike — 1980-81 Morrison, Louis — 1916-17 Morton, George — 1925 Moseley, Reid — 1944-45 (Co-Capt.), -46 Moses, Quentin — 2003 Mott, Kenneth — 1920 (Capt.) Muia, Dave — 1971-72-73-74 (Mgr.) Musgrove, Marty — 1924 (Manager) Myrick, Dave — 1960

All-Time UGA Lettermen

193


All-Time UGA Lettermen Shain, Bill — 1951-52-53 Sheffield, Cliff — 1934 (Manager) Shields, Kevin — 1996-97 (Mgr.) Short, R.W. — 1918 Shufelt, Mark — 1968 Sikes, Marcus — 2004 Simmons, Herschel — 1932 Simpson, Phillip — 1960-61 (Capt.) Simpson, Robert — 1966 Singleton, Rashaad — 2006-07 Skipworth, George — 1945 Slaughter, Nat — 1933 Slonaker, Mark — 1976-77-78-79 (Co-Capt.) Small, Eddie — 1980-81 Smith, Charles ‘‘Rabbit’’ — 1944-45 Smith, G.G. — 1996-97-98-99 Smith, Morton — 1948 Smith, T.N. — 1918 Smith, Vernon — 1930-31-32 (Capt.) Solms, Billy — 1941 Solms, Tony — 1937 Solms, William — 1942 Southern, Lee — 1978 Spann, Carl — 1924 Speck, Bill — 1961 Spencer, Elmore — 1989 Sproull, Cecil — 1942 Sproull, Ralph — 1947 Stallings, Lawrence — 1911 Stark, Ben (Mgr.) — 2008-09 Stegeman, John — 1939 Stephens, Josh — 2007 Stephenson, Wilson — 1945-47 Stewart, Jimmy — 1940 (Manager) Stewart, John — 1966 (Manager) Stith, Allan — 1962-63-64 Storey, Sam — 1990-91-92-93 (Mgr.) Stovall, James — 1944 Stratemeyer, Matt (Mgr.) — 2008 Strickland, Bill — 1930-31-32-33 Strong, Carlos — 1993-94-95-96 Stukes, Levi — 2004-05-06-07 Sullivan, Jack — 1964-65 Superka, Tom — 1968-69-70 Swansey, Zac — 2008-09 Szymanek, Daniel — 2002-03

T

Tatum, Ryle — 1949-50 Taylor, David — 1996-97 Taylor, Ken — 1959-60-61 Taylor, Lanny — 1971 Taylor, Mike — 1964-65 Taylor, Tom — 1970 Temen, Nick — 2000 Terrell, Frank — 1932 Terrell, Frank ‘‘Pap’’ — 1930 Thomas, Allen — 1992-93-94 (Mgr.) Thomas, David B. — 1974 Thomas, Dick — 1948-49-50-51 Thomas, Jeff — 1979-80 Thomas, Steve — 2001-02-03 Thompkins, Trey --- 2009-10-11 Thompson, Jimmy — 1965 (Manager) Thompson, Olin — 1936-38 Thorne, Mike — 1976-77-78 Thornton, Marcus — 2011-12-13 194

Tidwell, Earl — 1958 Tiger, Chris — 1994 Tinch, Reggie — 1991-92 (Co-Capt.) Tippin, J.N. — 1924 Todd, Peyton — 1929 (Manager) Toney, Channing — 2005-06 Toth, Dick — 1971-72 (Capt.), -73 Truesdale, Sid — 1981-82 Truloch, Paul — 1938 (Manager) Turner, G.P. — 1930 Turner, Hoyt — 1926-27 Turner, Jack — 1951-52

U-V

Umbricht, Jim — 1950-51-52 (Capt.) Usina, Gary — 1985-86-87-88 (Mgr.) Vandiver, Sanford — 1937-39 Vaughan, Chip — 1972-73 Vaughan, Robert — 2004-06 (Mgr.) Vickers, Philip — 1995 Von Sprecken, Frank — 1906-07-08-09 (Capt.)

W-Z

Wainscott, Tommy — 2004-05 Waldrop, Joey — 2004-05 Wallace, Jay — 1987 (Mgr.) Waller, Jerry — 1964-65-66 Ward, Joe — 1984-85-86 (Co-Capt.) Ware, Dustin --- 2009-10-11-12 Waters, Jason — 1994-95-96-97-98 (Mgr.) Watson, Josh — 1923 Waxman, Steve — 1973-74-75 Webb, Lee — 1933 Webb, Ron — 1978-79 Wehunt, Buzz — 2004 Wehunt, Richard — 2002-03 Wells, Leo F. — 1966 Wells, Ronald — 1945 Westbrook, Cauthen — 1969-70-71 Whatley, Tyler — 2010 White, Herb — 1968-69-70

White, Moses — 2000 Newman Wiedower, Marcus —Steve 1996-97-98-99 (Mgr.) Weekley, Jimmy — 2002-03 (Mgr.) Wiehrs, Charles — 1922-24-25 (Capt.) Wier, J.B. — 1906 Wilder, Brown — 1933-34 (Capt.) Wiles, Mickey — 1967 Wilensky, Brett — 1992-93-94-95 (Mgr.) Wilkins, Damien — 2003-04 (Co-Capt.) Wilkins, Dominique — 1980-81-82 Wilkins, Wallace — 1946 Williams, Andy — 1994-95-96-97 (Mgr.) Williams, Dennis — 1984-85-86-87 Williams, Donte’ — 2011-12-13 Williams, Ezra — 2001-02-03 Williams, Julian — 2005 Williams, Minton — 1949-50-51 Williams, Nathan — 1952 Williams, Percy — 1981 Williams, Porky — 1923 Williams, R.W. — 1924 Williams, Vincent — 2010-11-12-13 Wilson, Marshall — 1989-90-91 (Co.-Capt.) Wilson, Ty — 1992-93-94-95 Wilson, — 1941 (Manager) Wilson, Lainn (Mgr.) — 2011-12-13 Wimberly, John — 1977-78-79 Wingate, Harry — 1946 Wix, Don — 1966-67-68-69 Wolek, Steve — 2004 Womack, Matt — 2005 Woodbury, Terrance — 2006-07-08-09 (CoCapt.) Woods, J.I. — 1912 Wough, Armin — 1929 Wright, Rashad — 2001-02-03-04 (Co-Capt.) Wynn, Alex — 1989 Young, Leroy — 1931-32-33 (Capt.) Youngblood, Jim — 1966-67-68 Yow, Ben — 1935 Yuhas, Allen — 1968 Yundt, George — 1939 (Manager) Zlko, Steve — 1971-72-73 Zlovaric, Drazen --- 2009-10

All-Time Assistant Coaches at Georgia Coach Tevester Anderson Nate Archibald Roger Banks Don Beasley Eddie Beidenbach Jack Berkshire Joe Bradley* Butch Clifton Gene DeTullio* Hugh Donahue Jeff Dunlap Shawn Finney Rex Frederick Larry Gay John Guthrie# Jim Harrick, Jr. Jonas Hayes Pete Herrmann& James Holland

Total Years

Years at Georgia

9 1 3 6 6 3 2 5 4 3 4 2 4 11 4 2 1 6 4

1986-95 1985-86 1978-81 1979-85 1981-87 1973-76 1967-69 1973-78 1962-66 1970-73 1999-2003 1995-97 1962-66 1978-89 1969-73 2001-03 2014 2003-09 1999-2003

Coach

Total Years

Michael Hunt 4 Ron Jirsa# 2 Kwanza Johnson 4 Calvin Jones 3 Mike Jones 6 Ken McDonald 1 Morris McHone 1 Desmond Oliver 5 Stacey Palmore 3 Phillip Pearson 3 Reggie Rankin 3 Mark Slonaker 6 Pat Stephens 4 Mike Sutton 2 Jerry Waters 2 Ray Zetts 6 *Freshman Coach #Became Head Coach &Named Interim Head Coach

Years at Georgia 1997-2001 1995-97 2010-13 1975-78 2003-09 2003-04 1978-79 2004-09 2010-12 2010-12 1997-2000 1989-95 1966-70 1995-97 1997-99 1989-95


Stegeman Coliseum 2013-14 Outlook Player Bios

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Mack Crenshaw squares off against Georgia Tech’s Jim Caldwell on the inaugural night at what was then called Georgia Coliseum on Feb. 22, 1964. The Bulldogs defeated Tech 81-68 that night in front of a record crowd of 13,200 spectators. Georgia’s freshman team, coached by Gene DeTullio (inset), actually christened the Coliseum by defeating the Tech freshmen, 86-75, before the Varsity teams played.

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Construction Began: Summer, 1961 Inaugurated: Feb. 22, 1964 Original Name: Georgia Coliseum (Dedicated as Stegeman Coliseum On March 2, 1996) Originally Projected Cost of Construction: $3 million Final Cost of Construction: $4.2 million

beneath it. The only connection between the two is an aluminum bellows which seals the joints and permits the rise and fall of the roof with temperature change. Stegeman Coliseum has undergone sweeping renovations in the past 17 years. Its most significant occurred in time for the 1995 season and, at a cost of $3.6 million, transformed the seating configuration to its current bowlshaped layout. Still more updates, including a video board and sound system, were installed in time for the 2006 season. Most recently in 2011, the outer concourses of Stegeman Coliseum underwent a dramatic facelift, one that rendered it hardly recognizable from its previous look. The project, which expanded lobby space on both sides by 10,000 feet and gave a new, dramatic look through stories-high glass facades, cost an estimated $13 million. In addition, Stegeman was also utilized as a competition venue for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. Preliminary-round volleyball matches, as well as all rhythmic gymnastics compeitions, were held during the 2-week period in July and August of 1996. Many updates to the Coliseum, including a new air-conditioning system and exterior landscaping, were performed in advance of the Olympics.

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he Georgia Bulldogs play their home games at Stegeman Coliseum, their home court since the latter stages of the 1964 season. Through a rigorous program of updates and renovations, it remains one of the finest venues for college basketball in the South. Originally named the Georgia Coliseum, it was dedicated to the memory of Herman J. Stegeman in a ceremony on March 2, 1996. Stegeman made many contributions to Georgia’s athletics program during his 20-year tenure (1919-39). He coached basketball, football, track and baseball, and he also served as Athletic Director and Dean of Male Students. He was a pioneer in the development of college basketball in the South in the 1920s, originating the first big basketball tournament in this region: the old Southern Conference Tournament in Atlanta from 1921-32. Built at a cost of $4.2 million, the Coliseum opened its doors on Feb. 22, 1964. A standing-room-only crowd of 13,200 — a figure that will remain its all-time record, thanks to fire-code restrictions —watched Georgia post a doubleheader sweep of in-state rival Georgia Tech. The Bulldog freshmen of Coach Gene DeTullio opened the building with an 86-75 win over their Jacket counterparts. Georgia’s varsity followed by defeating Tech 81-68. The Coliseum is actually two structures: the roof and the building

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Playing Facilities Over the Years The first games in Georgia basketball history took place in the old YMCA building, located at the corner of Lumpkin and Clayton streets.

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ince the inaugural season of 1905-06, Georgia basketball has called six different buildings home. These facilities have held a wide range of usefulness and pertinence to basketball. There’s little doubt, however, that the Bulldogs’ current home of Stegeman Coliseum is the best, most accommodating home they’ve ever had. During the 1906-12 seasons, Georgia games were played in the old Athens YMCA building located at the corner of Lumpkin and Clayton Streets. The seating capacity for spectators was about 200, but it didn’t seem to matter in those days. The earliest Bulldogs played their games in relative anonymity. Very rarely did the attendance reach full capacity at the YMCA building. The building that is now called Memorial Hall on campus was the second gymnasium used by the Bulldog cagers. Construction on this facility began in 1910 and was to be built by the Alumni and the YMCA in a joint effort. The Alumni Association, however, eventually assumed full responsibility for the funds for its construction. Only in a partial state of completion, the team began to use the auditorium of “Alumni Hall,” as it was called then, for its home games. Specta-

tors viewed the games from a balcony which ran around the playing court, and the baskets were affixed to this balcony. In fact, the balcony became quite the advantage for Bulldog hoopsters, who had to tailor the arc of their shots to avoid hitting it. Alumni Hall was used until about 1920, when the team moved to another on-campus location known as “The Octagon.” It was located about where the current Main Library parking lot is, between the library and Jackson Street. Built in 1916 for $3,600 and for the purpose of accommodating summer-school functions, the Octagon was made of wood and sat approximately 1,400 people. The main problem for basketball was the lack of a heating system in this 8-sided building. There was also a four-foot opening around the wall up to the roof, with the roof overhanging to prevent rain from blowing in. The Octagon was used sparingly because of the absence of heat and also because of the ever-growing crowds. Moss Auditorium, formerly the third floor of what became the Gallant-Belk store, was used for most of the games from 1920 until Woodruff Hall was completed. Crowds of up to 1,500 were estimated to have attended some of the home games. Around this time, however, Coach Herman J. Stegeman was building quite a program. It became necessary for the basketball team to enjoy its own facility to accommodate the large crowds. Just before the completion of Woodruff Hall in 1925, the Bulldogs moved back into Alumni Hall, the construction of which had finally resumed after a fund-raising drive.

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Excavation began on November 20, 1924 for the construction of Woodruff Hall, the building that was named for George and Harry Woodruff of Columbus, Ga. This facility was built in a central on-campus location, where the Journalism/Psychology building now stands, and had a seating capacity of 3,500. There was space enough for three basketball courts, with the main court measuring not quite the required length of 94 feet. Built at an estimated cost of $53,000, Woodruff Hall was officially dedicated by Dr. S.V. Sanford on Feb. 21, 1925 in a game where Georgia defeated Georgia Tech 34-24. Woodruff Hall served as the Bulldogs’ home for nearly 40 years. By the end of that stretch, however, many believed it had become the bane of the program. Harbin “Red” Lawson was Georgia’s coach for the last 13 years in Woodruff Hall. Publicly, he joked that it was the only basketball facility where wind direction and velocity affected his strategy. Other coaches, led by Kentucky’s Adolph Rupp, despised playing games there. So dimly lit was Woodruff Hall that Auburn coach Joel Eaves turned out half the lights in his own gym, just to prepare for the Georgia game. Eventually, Eaves became Athletic Director at Georgia. Two years into his tenure, in 1964, the Bulldogs dedicated their current home as the Georgia Coliseum. In 1996, it was given its current name of Stegeman Coliseum in honor of the man that first lifted the Georgia basketball program into prominence. Over its 50 years, Stegeman Coliseum has hosted its share of memories, and also extracurricular functions. Operated in a co-op agreement with the University’s agricultural college, the Bulldogs once shared the building with various rodeos and other livestock shows. And in 1996, the world’s sporting attention turned to Athens, where Stegeman played host to volleyball and rhythmic gymnastics competitions at the 1996 Summer Olympic Games. Zippy Morocco, Georgia’s first All-American in 1953, played three years in the spartan conditions of Woodruff Hall, home of the Bulldogs from 1925 until 1964.


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Covering UGA Basketball University Thumbnail Facts General Information

Location: Athens, Georgia Founded: 1785 Enrollment: 34,475 Nickname: Bulldogs Conference: Southeastern Colors: Red and Black Home Court: Stegeman Coliseum (Cap.: 10,523) President: Jere W. Morehead (Georgia State ‘77; UGA Law ‘80) Faculty Chairman: Prof. David Shipley (Oberlin ‘72)

UGA Athletic Association

Athletic Director: Greg McGarity (Georgia ‘76) Exec. Associate Director: Frank Crumley (Georgia ‘88) Exec. Associate Director: Carla Williams (Georgia ‘89) Sr. Associate ADs: Claude Felton (Georgia ‘70) Glada Horvat (Georgia ‘82) Jim Booz (UT-Martin ‘95) Ron Courson (Samford ‘85) Associate ADs: Alan Thomas (Kentucky ‘92) Ted White (California ‘88) Matt Brachowski (Missouri ‘93) Josh Brooks (LSU ‘02) Tim Cearley (Georgia ‘96) Assistant ADs: Charles Whittemore (Georgia ‘70) Stephanie Ransom (Georgia ‘99) Steve Flippen (North Carolina ‘98) Rhonda Kilpatrick (Georgia ‘82) Steve Bryant (Georgia ‘81) John Bateman (Georgia ‘91) Emily Deitz (Western Ky. ‘98) Executive Director, Bulldog Club Mark Slonaker (Georgia ‘79) UGAAA Phone: (706) 542-9037 UGA Ticket Office: 1-877-542-1231

UGA Sports Communications

Sports Comm. Director: Claude Felton (Georgia ‘70) Associate Directors: Tim Hix (Tennessee ‘84) (BBall SID) Christopher Lakos (Georgia ‘90) Mike Mobley (Georgia ‘89) Steve Colquitt (Georgia ‘89) Leland Barrow (Georgia ‘02) Assistant Directors: Ben Beaty (Auburn ‘07), Kate Burkholder (Rutgers ‘08), Jen Galas (South Carolina ‘07) Publications Coord.: Karlene Lawrence SCD Office Mgr.: Karen Huff SCD Assistants: Michael Terry, Brittany Adams, Matthew Pearce, David Pifer (Grad Assts.), Caitlin Connell, Nick Daly, Melanie Dark, Brandon Estroff, Jack Ryan, Luke Dixon, Ann Drinkard, Brandon Estroff, Houston Gaines, Michelle Hartigan, Brooke McCoy, Anne Noland, Preston Smith SCD Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1472 Athens, GA 30603 SCD Telephone: (706) 542-1621 198

The 2013-14 Georgia Basketball Guide was prepared specifically to help members of the media cover the Bulldogs. Any requests beyond the information in the guide — interviews, photos, etc. — should be addressed to Tim Hix, Associate SCD, P.O. Box 1472, Athens, GA 30603. Tel. (706) 542-1621. Fax (706) 542-7993. E-Mail Address: thix@sports.uga.edu. For more info, visit www.georgiadogs.com • Credentials

Credentials for University of Georgia home basketball games are issued for working media only and should be requested as early as possible. All requests should be made on official letterhead and sent to: Tim Hix, Associate SCD UGA Athletic Association P.O. Box 1472 Athens, GA 30603-1472 Fax: (706) 542-9339 Passes will be mailed when time allows. Other single-game credentials will be left at the Media Will Call window, located at the Box Office in the West end of Stegeman Coliseum, located off Sanford Drive. Credentials are issued on a priority basis. A limited number of parking passes will also be issued. Media parking for the 2012-13 season will be in the Coverdell lot, located off Smith Street below the Coliseum Training Facility.

• Sports Comm. Office

• The UGA Sports Communications office is located on the 2nd floor of the Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall, at the corner of Pinecrest and Rutherford Streets in Athens.

• Interviews

• Interviews with coaches and players, will be conducted before practice on pre-determined dates. Most of these opportunities will take place in the Richard B. Taylor Room on the 2nd floor of the Coliseum Training Facility. Unless the calendar necessitates a change, these availabilities will take place the day before each game. As much advance notice as possible will be given for these dates and times. • Special exceptions to this arrangement can be made with at least one day’s notice. Please contact Tim Hix in the Sports Communications office for assistance.

• Postgame Interviews

After each game, Georgia’s locker room is CLOSED to the media. At home games, after a brief cooling-off period, head coach Mark Fox will be brought into the Conference Room, located on Floor Level through Portal #2. Requested players will then follow Coach Fox’s in the conference room. At road games, requested players will be brought outside the locker room, while Coach Fox will honor the host institution’s post-game procedure, once his radio-show obligations are met. At home games, visiting teams may determine their own post-game procedure. Most visitors, however, conduct interviews outside their locker room, located through Portal #1.

• Practices

Georgia practice sessions are generally

CLOSED to the media. TV cams and photographers are allowed to shoot a pre-determined portion at the beginning of some practices. During this 15-minute period, all photographers are asked to remain in the baseline areas normally reserved for shooting in a game.

• Photographers

• Only those accredited photographers working on assignment will be issued sideline credentials. Flashes and strobe units are prohibited unless permission has been granted. Photographers should shoot from the designated endzone locations. No photographers are permitted in the bench area of either team.

• photo transmission

• Photographers who wish to transmit their photos on-site — are asked not to use the Press Room facilities. There is a room adjacent to the working Press Room dedicated to the transmission of digital photography.

• Wifi Access

• Media wishing to obtain high-speed Internet access may log on to the University’s LAN, either through wireless or hard-wired method. Both are available in the working Press Rooms. Please see a member of the UGA Sports Communications office to obtain a user name and password for the University network.

• Bulldogs Online

• UGA is partnered with CBS College Sports to host its official athletic website. Its address is as follows http://www.georgiadogs.com The website contains updated game notes, cumulative statistics, boxscores from previous games, weekly audio & video from press conferences, and many other resources. The media guide is also available online.

• Live In Game Statistics

• Media members covering Georgia home games can view a running statistical account on a simple web browser by logging onto the following address: http://uga.statbroadcast.com

• Social Media

• Anyone wishing for more information — features, breaking news, etc. — can follow the Bulldogs via their social media outlets: Twitter - @UGABasketball @UGAAthletics Instagram - UGABasketball Facebook - “Georgia Dawgs Hoops” “Georgia Bulldogs”


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Total Players: 16 Starters Returning: 2 No. Name Pos. Ht. 15 Donte’ Williams F 6-9 F 6-7 31 Brandon Morris Starters Lost: 3 1 Kent. Caldwell-Pope G 6-5 11 Vincent Williams G 6-0 32 John Florveus C 6-11 Other Lettermen Returning: 7 G 6-5 4 Charles Mann 12 Kenny Gaines G 6-3 2 Marcus Thornton F 6-8 41 John Cannon C 6-10 42 Nemanja Djurisic F 6-8 F/C 6-10 5 Tim Dixon 10 Taylor Echols* G 6-1 Other Lettermen Lost: 1 G 6-2 23 Sherrard Brantley Newcomers: 7 3 Juwan Parker G 6-4 11 Cameron Forte F 6-7 14 Brandon Young* G 5-10 G 6-4 20 Dusan Langura* 24 Houston Kessler F 6-8 25 Kenny Paul Geno F 6-6 30 J.J. Frazier G 5-10 *Non-Scholarship Player

Wt. Cl. PPG 225 Sr. 5.1 215 So. 4.1 205 So. 18.5 165 Sr. 5.0 240 Sr. 2.5 210 So. 195 So. 235 RJr. 240 Jr. 230 Jr. 230 Jr. 160 So.

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Final Records: 15-17 overall; 9-9 in SEC (t8th place) Home: 12-6, Road: 3-8, Neutral: 0-3 Post-Season Results: 0-1 in SEC Tournament

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Head Coach: Mark Fox (E. New Mexico ‘91) Coaching Record: at Nevada (2005-09) 123-43 (.741) at Georgia (4 seasons) 65-63 (.508) Totals (9 seasons) 188-106 (.639) Assistant Coaches: Philip Pearson (Alabama ‘93) Stacey Palmore (Livingstone ‘93) Jonas Hayes (Georgia ‘04) Director of Basketball Operations: Kent Davison (Sterling ‘72) Operations Coordinator: Byron Samuels (UNC-Asheville ‘86) Graduate Assistant: Matt Bucklin (Georgia ‘12) Basketball Trainer: Jarrett Schweim (Florida ‘06) Strength & Conditioning Coach: Sean Hayes (Springfield ‘96) Basketball Secretary: Pam Gauld Basketball Office Telephone: (706) 542-1432 Courtside Phone: (706) 542-8052

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WRFC RADIO - ATHENS (Jeff Dantzler) jeff.dantzler1710@msn.com (706) 549-6222 UGASports (Anthony Dasher) dash@ugasports.com (706) 255-2326 DAWG POST (Dean Legge) dean@dawgpost.com (803) 599-1276 247 SPORTS (Gentry Estes) gestes15@gmail.com (205) 765-4499 DAWGNATION (Espn) (David Ching) davidchingespn@gmail.com (706) 662-5018 WMSL RADIO - ATHENS (Brett Zion, Sports Dir.) news@wmsl.com (706) 548-8890 WSB-TV - ATLANTA (ABC, Ch. 2) (Zach Klein, Anchor) zach.klein@wsbtv.com (404) 897-7587 WAGA-TV - ATLANTA (Fox, Ch. 5) (Chip Zeller, Prod.) czell593@foxtv.com (404) 898-0150 WXIA-TV - ATLANTA (NBC, Ch. 11) (Randy Waters) rwaters@wxia.gannett.com (404) 873-9145 COMCAST SPORTS SOUTHEAST (Matt Stewart) Matt-Stewart@cable.comcast.com (770) 559-2300 WSB Radio, News/Talk 750 - Atlanta (Tony Schiavone) tony.schiavone@coxradio.com (404) 897-7500 WCNN Radio, 680 The Fan - Atlanta (Scott McFarlane) scottmcfarlane@680thefan.com (404) 688-0068 WRDW - TV - AUGUSTA (CBS) (Paul Davis, Sports Director) P.O. Box 1212; Augusta, GA 30903 (803) 278-1212 WJBF - TV - AUGUSTA (ABC) (John Hart, Sports Director) jhart@wjbf.com (706) 828-7325 WAGT - TV - AUGUSTA (NBC) (Chris Kane, Sports Dir.) 905 Broad Street; Augusta, GA 30901 (706) 826-0026 WALB - TV - ALBANY (NBC) (Robert Hydrick, Sports Dir.) roberth@walbcom (229) 446-1010 WMAZ - TV - MACON (CBS) (Dave Solano, Sports Dir.) dsolano@13wmaz.com (478) 752-1313 WGXA - TV - MACON (Fox) (Pete Cataldo, Sports Director) pcataldo@fox24.com (478) 745-2424 WTVM - TV - COLUMBUS (ABC) (Dave Platta, Sports Dir.) 1909 Wynnton Rd.; Columbus, GA 31906 (706) 494-5485 WRBL-TV - COLUMBUS (CBS) (Jack Rodgers, Sports Dir.) jrodgers@wrbl.com (706) 324-6397 WTOC - TV - SAVANNAH (CBS) (Rick Snow, Sports Dir.) rsnow@wtoc.com (912) 234-1111

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ATHENS BANNER HERALD (Marc Weiszer) mbw33@aol.com (706) 208-2240 ATHENS BANNER HERALD (Chris White) chris.white@onlineathens.com (706) 208-2240 THE RED & BLACK (Cy Brown) sports@randb.com (706) 433-3000 ATLANTA JOURNAL & CONSTITUTION (Chip Towers) ctowersajc@yahoo.com (706) 247-5590 ATLANTA JOURNAL & CONSTITUTION (Tim Tucker) ttucker@ajc.com (706) 543-6487 ATLANTA JOURNAL & CONSTITUTION (Tony Barnhart) tbarnhart@ajc.com (404) 526-5331 AUGUSTA CHRONICLE (Scott Michaux) scott.michaux@augustachronicle.com (706) 724-0851 ASSOCIATED PRESS (Paul Newberry) pnewberry@ap.org (404) 522-8971 ASSOCIATED PRESS (Charles Odum) ceodeum@yahoo.com (404) 522-8971 MACON TELEGRAPH (Seth Emerson) semerson@macon.com (301) 728-3806 MACON TELEGRAPH (Mike Lough) mlough@macontel.com (478) 744-4335 SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS (Anthony Stastny) anthony.stastny@savannahnow.com (912) 652-0347 MARIETTA DAILY JOURNAL (Andy MacAlpine) SportsEditor@mdjonline.com (770) 428-9411 ANDERSON INDEPENDENT (Scott Adamson) adamsonsl@independentmail.com (864) 260-1238 CHATTANOOGA NEWS-FREE PRESS (David Paschall) DPaschall@TimesFreePress.com (423) 757-6524 GWINNETT DAILY POST (Will Hammock) will.hammock@gwinnettdailypost.com (770) 339-5850 BRUNSWICK NEWS (Murray Poole) newsroom@thebrunswicknews.com (912) 265-8320 DUBLIN COURER HERALD (Kelly Caldwell) sports@courier-herald.com (478) 272-5522 GAINESVILLE TIMES (Brent Holloway) bholloway@gainesvilletimes.com (770) 532-1234 GEORGIA SPORTS PROPERTIES (Scott Howard) showard@ispsports.com (706) 340-2691 WUOG RADIO sports@wuog.org (706) 542-7100 WRFC RADIO - ATHENS (David Johnston) davidj@southernbroadcasting.com (706) 549-6222

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Local Transportation Airports

• Athens Ben Epps Airport (www.athensairport.net)— Commercial air service is available between Athens and Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Int’l. Airport via Georgia Skies (http://www.pacificwings.com/gsky/gs/ or 1-877-849-4997). Car Rental at Athens Airport: Hertz Rent-a-Car — (706) 543-5984 • Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Int’l. Airport (www.atlanta-airport.com) — Service by all major carriers. Atlanta-to-Athens ground transportation via AAA Airport Express (800) 354-7874.

Best Western Colonial Inn 170 N. Milledge Ave. (706) 546-7311

Hampton Inn 2220 W. Broad St. (706) 548-9600

Bulldog Inn 1225 Commerce Hwy. (706) 543-3611

Hotel Indigo 500 College Avenue (706) 546-0430

Comfort Inn 3980 Atlanta Hwy. (706) 227-9700

Howard Johnson 2465 W. Broad St. (706) 548-1111

From Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport

Country Inn & Suites 236 Old Epps Bridge Rd. (706) 612-9100

Hilton Garden Inn 390 E. Washington St. (706) 353-6800

From Birmingham (Via Interstate 20 East)

Courtyard by Marriott 166 N. Finley St. (706) 369-7000

Holiday Inn 197 E. Broad St. (706) 549-4433

Days Inn 230 N. Finley St. (706) 543-6511

SpringHill Suites 1901 Founders Blvd. (706) 227-6005

Best Inn 2715 Atlanta Hwy. (706) 549-1530

Holiday Inn Express 513 W. Broad St. (706) 546-8122

Foundry Park Inn & Spa 295 E. Dougherty St. (706) 549-7020

Perimeter Inn 3791 Atlanta Hwy. (706) 548-3000

Ga. Center for Cont. Ed. 1197 S. Lumpkin St. (706) 542-1187

Travelodge 898 W. Broad St. (706) 549-5400

Driving Directions to Stegeman Coliseum Take Riverdale Road to I-285 East (toward Augusta). Follow I-285 East for 17 miles before exiting onto I-20 East (again, toward Augusta). Follow directions via I-20 from Birmingham. • From I-20, exit at Conyers exit (Exit 82 - Ga. Highway 138) • Left onto Hwy. 138 and continue for approx. 20 miles, where Hwy. 138 merges with U.S. Highway 78 East. • Continue on Hwy. 78 for 18 miles and turn right onto Ga. Hwy. 316 East. • Continue on Hwy. 316 for 4 miles. Exit right onto Athens By-Pass (Loop 10). • Take College Station Road exit. Left onto College Station Rd. Right onto East Campus Road. Left onto Carlton Street. Coliseum is 2 blocks on left.

From Augusta (Via Interstate 20 West)

• From I-20 west, exit at Thomson, Ga. (U.S. Hwy 78). Turn right onto Hwy. 78 and continue to Athens. Left onto Athens By-Pass (Ga. Loop 10) and exit at College Station Road. Turn right onto College Station Rd. Right onto East Campus Rd. Left onto Carlton Street. Coliseum is 2 blocks on left.

From Atlanta (Via Interstate 85 North)

• From I-85 North, exit onto Ga. Hwy. 316 East. Continue on 316 for approx. 40 miles before exiting right onto the Athens By-Pass (Ga. Loop 10). Take College Station Road exit. Left onto College Station Rd. Right onto East Campus Rd. Left onto Carlton Street. Coliseum is 2 blocks on left.

From Greenville, S.C. (Via Interstate 85 South)

• From I-85 South, take the Carnesville exit (Ga. Hwy. 106). Continue into Athens (no turns), where the road becomes North Ave. Continue into downtown Athens, where North Ave. becomes Thomas Street and then East Campus Road. Turn right onto Carlton Street. Coliseum is 2 blocks on left.


UGA Athletic Staff Directory Frequently Called Numbers (AC 706)

Patrick Gray, Associate Director of Development Jay Lowe, Associate Director of Development Jana White, Associate Director of Development Bethany Hawkins, Director of Athletic Hospitality Mike Cavan, Major Gifts Officer Barbara Hartman Howell, Community and Corporate Relations Coordinator Dolores Hughes, Gifts Receiving Manager

Mailing Address........................ Overnight Address

Event Managment................................... 542-1135

UGA Athletic Association..............................................................Butts-Mehre Bldg. P.O. Box 1472...................................................................................... 1 Selig Circle Athens, GA 30603..................................................................... Athens, GA 30602

Matt Brachowski, Associate Athletic Director Christie Purks, Associate Director of Event Management Dave Williams, Assistant Director of Event Management Brendan Dwyer, Assistant Director of Event Management

Athletic Training..................................... 542-9060

Compliance............................................. 542-9086 Jim Booz, Senior Associate AD for Compliance Steve Flippen, Assistant AD, Compliance Leigh Futch, Compliance Coordinator

Development.......................................... 542-9239 Mark Slonaker, Exec. Director, Georgia Bulldog Club Steven Farmer, Director of Capital Support

John Bateman, Assistant AD, Marketing Emily Deitz, Assistant AD, Promotions Brenton Shiver, Associate Director of Promotions Jolie Helton, Assistant Director of Promotions

Sports Communications.......................... 542-1621 Claude Felton, Associate AD for Sports Communications (Football) Tim Hix, Associate Director, Sports Comm. (M. Basketball) Christopher Lakos, Associate Director, Sports Comm. (Baseball, W. Tennis) Mike Mobley, Associate Director, Sports Comm. (W. Basketball, W. Golf) Steve Colquitt, Associate Director, Sports Comm. (Gymnastics, M. Golf) Leland Barrow, Associate Director, Sports Comm. (Track & Field, XC) Ben Beaty, Assistant Director, Sports Comm. (Gym, M. Tennis) Jen Galas, Assistant Director, Sports Comm. (VB, SB, EQ) Kate Burkholder, Assistant Director, Sports Comm. (Soccer, Social Media) Michael Terry, Brittany Adams, David Pifer, Sports Comm. Graduate Assistants Karlene Lawrence, Publications Coordinator Karen Huff, Sports Communications Office Assistant

Strength and Conditioning...................... 542-0687 Joe Tereshinski, Director of Strength and Conditioning John Thomas, Sr. Associate Director of Strength and Condtioning Katrin Koch, Director of S&C for Olympic Sports Sean Hayes, Assistant S&C Coach for Olympic Sports (Basketball) Joshua Rucci, Assistant S&C Coach for Olympic Sports

Student Services.................................... 542-8388 Carla Williams, Executive Associate AD Glada Horvat, Senior Associate AD Ted White, Associate AD, Academic Services Robert Miles, Director of CHAMPS/Life Skills Rhonda Kilpatrick, Director of Academics and Eligibility Heather LaBarbera, Director of Student Services Liz Bernstein, Academic Counselor Sara Bradbury, Academic Counselor Emily Breen, Academic Counselor Ashley Gresham, Academic Counselor Rachel Jones, Academic Counselor Beth Klueter, Academic Counselor Cory Kopaniasz, Academic Counselor for Men’s Basketball Julian Williams, Academic Counselor Brett Strahm, Asst. Tutorial Coordinator Chandra Evans, Student Services Admin. Specialist Gayle McBride, Student Services Admin. Assistant

Ticket Office........................................... 542-1231

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Frank Crumley, Executive Associate AD Stephanie Ransom, Assistant AD, Business Operations Scott Hallberg, Assistant Director of Business Operations Barbara Boyd, Travel Coordinator Denise Hughes, Accountant Peggy Whitfield, Human Resources Coordinator Amy Bales, Human Resources Assistant Macie Fouche, Administrative Associate

Marketing and Promotions..................... 542-9039

History

Business Office....................................... 542-1306

Jeff Daniel, Director of Information Technology - Operations, Infrastructure Ludlow Lawson, Director of Information Technology - Client Services Chris Argo, Computer Specialist

Records

Ron Courson, Director of Sports Medicine Steve Bryant, Associate Director of Sports Medicine Mike Dillon, Associate Director of Sports Medicine Colby Pohlmann, Associate Athletic Trainer (Men’s Basketball) Emily Miller, Associate Athletic Trainer Mike Dew, Rehab Coordinator Anna Randa, Associate Athletic Trainer Shannon Becker, Assistant Athletic Trainer Dave Chandler, Assistant Athletic Trainer Philip Young, Sr. Assistant Athletic Trainer Ryan McGovern, Sr. Assistant Athletic Trainer Jeanne Vaughn, Athletic Insurance Coordinator Dr. Fred Reifsteck, Team Physician Jen Ketterly, Director of Sports Nutrition Maria Breen, Sports Nutritionist

Information Technology......................... 542-9024

2012-13 in Review

Mark Fox, Head Basketball Coach Phillip Pearson, Assistant Basketball Coach Stacey Palmore, Assistant Basketball Coach Jonas Hayes, Assistant Basketball Coach Kent Davison, Director of Basketball Operations Byron Samuels, Operations Coordinator Will MacEwen & Matt Bucklin, Graduate Assistants Pam Gauld, Basketball Secretary

Josh Brooks, Associate AD, Internal Operations Charley Whittemore, Assistant AD, Facilities Melvin Robinson, Facilities Manager Tanner Stines, Coordinator of Graphics and Displays Diane McCauley, Administrative Specialist

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Basketball Office.................................... 542-1432

Facilities................................................. 542-9091

Coaches & Support

Greg McGarity, Director of Athletics.......................................................... 542-9037 Frank Crumley, Exec. Associate AD, Finance & Business........................ 542-1306 Carla Williams, Exec. Associate AD, Student Srvcs & SWA...................... 542-9103 Claude Felton, Senior Associate AD, Sports Communications................. 542-1621 Glada Horvat, Senior Associate AD, Academics & Eligibility..................... 542-7955 Jim Booz, Senior Associate AD, Compliance............................................ 542-9086 Ron Courson, Senior Associate AD, Sports Medicine............................... 542-9060 Alan Thomas, Associate AD, External Affairs............................................ 542-9239 Ted White, Associate AD, Student Services.............................................. 542-1847 Tim Cearley, Associate AD, Ticket Operations.......................................... 542-1231 Josh Brooks, Associate AD, Internal Affairs............................................... 542-0903 Matt Brachowski, Associate AD, Event Management.................................542-1135 Charles Whittemore, Assistant AD, Facilities............................................ 542-9091 Stephanie Ransom, Assistant AD, Business Operations.......................... 542-1306 Steve Flippen, Assistant AD, Compliance................................................. 542-9086 Rhonda Kilpatrick, Assistant AD, Academics & Eligibility.......................... 542-2597 Steve Bryant, Assistant AD, Sports Medicine............................................ 542-7885 Emily Deitz, Assistant AD, Promotions...................................................... 542-7954 John Bateman, Assistant AD, Marketing................................................... 542-9045 Mark Slonaker, Exec. Director, Georgia Bulldog Club............................... 542-9239

Player Bios

Administration

2013-14 Outlook

Athletic Administration............................................................................... 542-9037 UGA Ticket Office............................................................................877-GADAWGS Basketball Office........................................................................................542-1143 Sports Communications............................................................................ 542-1621 Sports Comm. Fax.................................................................................... 542-9339 Stegeman Coliseum Press Row................................................................ 542-8052

Tim Cearley, Director of Ticket Operations Wendy Whittington, Assistant Director of Ticket Operations Jeremy Jenkins, Asst. Director of Ticket Operations Joan Thompson, Administrative Associate Mike Vernon, Information Analyst

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Bulldogs on the Airwaves The Georgia Bulldog Radio Network The best and broadest exposure possible for UGA basketball comes from the Georgia Bulldog Radio Network by IMG Sports. Not only with its vast number of affiliates, but also from its powerful flagship station, the network gives coverage to Bulldog hoops that is unmatched by any program nationwide. IMG Sports provides radio network production for more than 30 major college athletic programs in the SEC and other prominent conferences across the United Stats. The network flagship is News/Talk 750 WSB — Atlanta’s 50,000-watt, clear-channel station — which provides coverage with a signal that reaches more than 35 states and Canada. Chuck Dowdle, veteran Atlanta TV sports anchor and former UGA basketball freshman team member, will join play-by-play man Scott Howard for their first season together. Georgia coach Mark Fox can also be heard each Monday night The Georgia Bulldog Radio Network crew of Scott Howard during the season on (right) and Chuck Dowdle will work their first season the Bulldog Hotline, together in 2013-14. heard over most of the network stations.

Scott Howard The voice of Scott Howard has become synonymous with Georgia sports and in particular, with Bulldog football and basketball. Howard returns for his 19th season behind the microphone at Georgia basketball games. First a color analyst with legendary voice Larry Munson, Howard will be working his 16th season as the Dogs’ primary playby-play announcer. Howard had been the sports director at Athens radio stations WNGC-WGAU for 13 years before joining IMG Sports in 2009. A 1984 Georgia graduate, Howard began his association with Bulldog football as a color analyst alongside the late Larry Munson in the 1994 season. In 2007 he broadcasted play-by-play action in all of Georgia’s road football games, and the next season he became the program’s primary radio voice by the third game. Howard was also play-by-play announcer for Georgia baseball from 1990-96.

Chuck Dowdle Native Atlantan Chuck Dowdle, one of the most prominent figures in the Atlanta sports scene, will join the Georgia Bulldog Radio Network for the first time this season as color analyst. Dowdle retired from WSB-TV in 2009 after 24 years as weeknight sports anchor with the top-rated station. Prior 202

to his arrival at Channel 2 Action News, he worked for WPLG in Miami from 1973 to 1985. During this time, he hosted the Don Shula TV show. He also announced football games for the Miami Dolphins and the University of Miami, as well as the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers of the NASL. (North American Soccer League) During his time at WSB, Dowdle was involved with almost every aspect of Atlanta sports, from announcing Falcons’ preseason games to hosting UGA football and basketball coaches’ shows. He was also the host of “High-Q”, a game show pitting some of the Atlanta region’s brightest high-school students against one another in academic competition. Dowdle attended UGA in his freshman year, where he played for the basketball team. He then transferred to Georgia State, where he was a pitcher for the baseball team in his junior and senior years, before graduating in 1972.

Georgia, SEC Sports on Sirius XM Radio For the seventh straight season, Georgia basketball games can be heard across the nation on Sirius XM Satellite Radio. The Southeastern Conference and Sirius XM Radio, the leader in college sports on the radio, are partners in a broadcast and marketing agreement, under which Sirius XM is the official satellite radio provider of the SEC. The vast majority of basketball games and selected other sports, are available to subscribers nationwide.

2013-14 Bulldog Radio Network Market

Station

Albany WGPC AM Americus WISK FM Americus WISK AM Athens WRFC AM Atlanta WSB AM Atlanta WSBB FM WGAC AM Augusta Augusta WRDW AM Baxley WUFE AM Blackshear WKUB-FM Blackshear WWUF FM Brunswick WGIG AM Calhoun WJTH AM Carrollton WLBB AM WCHM AM Clarksville Claxton WCLA AM Cleveland WRHW AM Columbus WHAL AM WBLJ AM Dalton Donalsonville WGMK FM Douglas WDMG AM Dublin WJAT AM Eatonton WMGZ FM Fountain Inn, SC WFIS AM Gainesville WXKT FM Greensboro WDDK FM Hartwell WKLY AM WJUL AM Hiawasee Jasper WLJA FM Louisville WPEH AM Louisville WPEH FM Macon WMAC AM Moultrie WMTM FM Newnan WCOH AM Perry WPGA FM Rome WRGA AM Rome WSRM FM WSNT AM Sandersville Savannah WSGA FM Statesboro WHKN FM Thomaston WTGA FM Thomaston WTGA AM Thomasville WPAX AM Tifton WTIF AM Tifton WTIF FM Valdosta WVLD AM Vidalia WTCQ FM

Freq.

1450 98.7 1390 960 750 95.5 580 1600 1260 105.1 97.7 1440 900 1330 1490 1470 1350 1460 1230 106.3 860 800 97.7 1600 103.7 103.9 980 1230 101.5 1420 92.1 940 93.9 1400 100.9 1470 95.3 1490 92.3 94.9 101.1 1590 1240 1340 107.5 1450 97.7


2013-14 Outlook

Player Bios

Coaches & Support

Opponent Info 2012-13 in Review

Records

History

Media Information

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Covering SEC Basketball SEC Basketball 2013-14 Television Schedule More than 100 non-conference games, in addition to every SEC contest, have been scheduled for telecast by a host of network entities: November DATE

Craig Pinkerton Director of Media Relations (Basketball Contact)

Craig Pinkerton Director of Media Relations (Men’s Basketball Contact) Cell: (205) 936-9681

Coaches’ Teleconference

News Releases

The 12 SEC head coaches will be featured on a teleconference from 11:00 a.m. - 12:24 p.m. (Eastern) during the 2011-12 season. The call will be held each Tuesday beginning January 2, 2010. Media representatives wishing to participate in the teleconference should contact the SEC Media Relations Department for further details. Each coach will appear on the teleconference for seven minutes according to the following schedule:

The SEC basketball release will be updated regularly and available on before every SEC game at www.secsportsmedia. com. In addition, SEC standings and statistics will be updated each morning during the regular season and each morning after post-season games. Current league information is also provided on gameday at all member institutions. The Associated Press wire will move the Player-of-the-Week, standings and statistics on a weekly basis.

Internet Services

Media can obtain SEC basketball information is through the league’s media-only web site: www.secsportsmedia.com. SEC Coaches’ Registration and approval are Teleconference Schedule required. All news releases, 11:00 a.m. Kevin Stallings (Vanderbilt) as well as updated standings and statistics, can be found 11:07 a.m. Frank Martin (South Carolina) on its main web site: www. 11:14 a.m. Billy Donovan (Florida) secsports.com. 11:21 a.m. Mark Fox (Georgia) 11:28 a.m.

Johnny Jones (LSU)

11:35 a.m.

John Calipari (Kentucky)

11:42 a.m.

Cuonzo Martin (Tennessee)

11:49 a.m.

Mike Anderson (Arkansas)

12:10 p.m.

Anthony Grant (Alabama)

12:17 p.m.

Tony Barbee (Auburn)

12:24 p.m.

Andy Kennedy (Ole Miss)

12:31 p.m.

Rick Ray (Miss. State)

Times are Eastern Standard Time

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SEC Player Awards

The SEC will name a Player-of-the-Week and Freshman of the Week throughout the 2011-12 season (January-March) for Monday afternoon release. Nominations for the award are made by the SEC basketball sports information directors. The honorees are selected by a vote of the SEC Media Relations staff.

Fri., 11/8 Tue., 11/12 Thur., 11/14 Fri. 11/15 Sat., 11/16 Sun. 11/17 Mon.,11/18 Tue., 11/19 Thur., 11/21 Fri., 11/22 Sat., 11/23 Mon., 11/25 Tue., 11/26 Wed., 11/27 Thur., 11/28 Fri., 11/29 Sat., 11/30

GAME

NETWORK TIME

North Florida @Florida SUN 3:00 LSU at UMass ESPN 11:00 a.m. South Carolina at Baylor ESPN 3:00 Kentucky at Michigan State ESPN 7:30 Florida at Wisconsin ESPN2 9:00 Southern Ill. at Missouri FSN 9:00 Tennessee at Xavier Fox Sports 1 9:00 Texas Tech at Alabama ESPN2 7:00 Georgia Tech at Georgia FSN 7:00 Rice at Texas A&M FSN 9:00 Missouri vs. Hawaii MSN 7:00 USC-Up. at Tennessee Sp. South 7:00 UALR at Florida SUN TBA Robt. Morris at Kentucky ESPN2 7:00 South Carolina at Clemson FSN TBA Southern at Florida SUN 7:00 Citadel at Tennessee FSN 7:00 Stillman at Alabama ESPN3 8:00 UT-Arlington at Kentucky CSS 7:00 Alabama in Pre. NIT ESPN3 8:00 New Orleans at LSU CST 8:00 Georgia vs. Davidson ESPNU 5:00 Middle Tenn. St. at Florida SUN 7:30 Vandy vs. Providence CBS Sp. Net 6:30 Tenn. St. at Tennessee FSN 7:00 UGA @Charleston Cl. ESPNU/3 TBA Vandy @Paradise Jam CBS Sp. Net TBA Arkansas vs. California ESPN2 3:00 Florida at Jacksonville FSN/FL 7:00 Cleveland St. at Kentucky FSN 7:00 Vandy @Paradise Jam CBS Sp. Net TBA Arkansas @Maui Invit. ESPN/2 TBA Arkansas @Maui Invit. ESPN/2 TBA Missouri vs. Northwestern ESPNU 10:30 LSU vs. St. Joe’s ESPN2 8:30 Tennessee vs. UTEP NBC SN 9:30 Tenn. @Battle 4 Atlantis NBC SN TBA Texas A&M vs. Mo. St. CBS Sp. Net 10:00 App. State at Georgia CSS 5:00 Florida State at Florida ESPN2 7:30 Missouri vs. Nevada ESPN3 8:30 LSU @Old Spice Classic ESPN2/U TBA TAMU @Corp. Christi Ch. CBS Sp Net TBA

December DATE

Sun., 12/1 Mon., 12/2 Wed., 12/4 Thur., 12/5 Fri., 12/6 Sat. 12/7 Sun., 12/8 Tue., 12/10 Sat., 12/14 Sun., 12/15 Tue., 12/17 Wed., 12/18 Thur., 12/19 Sat., 12/21

GAME

NETWORK TIME

Kentucky vs. Providence Fox Sp. 1 LSU @Old Spice Classic TBA Auburn at Iowa State ESPNU Florida at UConn ESPN2 Chattanooga at Georgia CSS Vanderbilt at Texas ESPN2 North Florida at Alabama CSS Houston at Texas A&M FSN West Virginia at Missouri ESPN2 Ole Miss at Kansas State ESPN2 Kentucky vs. Baylor EPSN South Carolina at Okla. St. ESPNU Tenn. Tech at Tennessee FSN UCLA at Missouri CBS Clemson at Arkansas CSS TCU at Miss. State ESPNU Alabama at South Fla. ESPNU Auburn vs. Illinois FSN Oregon at Ole Miss ESPNU Kansas at Florida ESPN Boise State at Kentucky ESPN Tennessee at Wichita St. ESPN2 Middle Tenn. St. at Ole Miss CSS Kentucky at UNC ESPN La.-Monroe at LSU CST Western Mich. at Missouri ESPNU Wichita St. at Alabama ESPNU Florida vs. Memphis ESPN Austin Peay at Vanderbilt CSS N.C. State at Tennessee ESPNU LSU at Texas Tech ESPNU Clemson at Auburn FSN Fla. Gulf Coast at Miss. St. FSN Belmont at Kentucky ESPNU W. Carolina at Georgia CSS Ga. Tech at Vanderbilt FSN Florida vs. Fresno State SUN UAB at LSU CST Missouri vs. Illinois ESPN2

8:00 TBA 7:00 7:00 7:30 9:00 8:00 8:00 7:00 9:00 10:00 9:00 12:00 12:30 2:00 7:00 9:00 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:00 2:00 5:00 5:15 8:00 7:00 9:00 9:00 9:00 7:00 9:00 8:00 8:00 12:00 2:00 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30


DATE GAME

1:00 1:30 1:30 4:00 5:00 5:00 8:00 7:00 9:00 7:00 8:00 8:00 9:00 7:00 12:00 1:30 3:00 4:00 4:00 5:00 8:00 7:00 9:00 8:00 8:00 9:00 9:00 7:00 1:30 1:30 4:00 4:00 4:00 5:00 9:00 7:00 9:00 7:00 8:00 8:00 9:00 7:00 12:00 1:30 3:00 4:00 4:00 6:00 8:00 7:00 9:00 8:00 8:00 8:00 9:00 7:00

Vanderbilt at Tennessee Auburn at Alabama Georgia at Arkansas LSU at Florida Kentucky at South Carolina Ole Miss at Texas A&M Florida at South Carolina Alabama at Kentucky Miss. State at Georgia Tennessee at Auburn Texas A&M at Missouri Ole Miss at Arkansas LSU at Vanderbilt Vanderbilt at Ole Miss Auburn at Texas A&M Missouri at Tennessee South Carolina at Miss. State Arkansas at Alabama Georgia at LSU Kentucky at Florida SEC Tournament Game 1 SEC Tournament Game 2 SEC Tournament Game 3 SEC Tournament Game 4 SEC Tournament Game 5 SEC Tournament Game 6 SEC Tournament Game 7 SEC Tournament Game 8 SEC Tournament Game 9 SEC Tournament Game 10 SEC Tournament Game 11 SEC Tournament Game 12 SEC Tournament Game 13

ESPN/2 ESPNU SEC TV CBS ESPN/2 FSN ESPNU ESPN CSS SEC TV ESPN3 ESPN3 ESPN/2 SEC TV SEC TV ESPN SEC TV ESPN3 FSN CBS SEC TV SEC TV SEC TV SEC TV SEC TV SEC TV ESPNU ESPNU SEC TV SEC TV ABC ABC ESPN

12:00 3:00 4:00 4:00 6:00 6:00 7:00 9:00 7:00 8:00 8:00 8:00 7:00 1:30 4:00 4:00 4:00 4:00 5:00 12:00 7:00 9:30 1:00 3:30 7:00 9:30 1:00 3:30 7:00 9:30 1:00 3:30 3:15

Media Information

CBS SEC TV SEC TV SEC TV ESPNU FSN ESPN2 ESPNU ESPN ESPN3 SEC TV ESPN3 CSS ESPN/2 ESPN SEC TV ESPNU SEC TV SEC TV FSN CSS ESPN ESPNU SEC TV SEC TV FSN CSS ESPN/2 SEC TV SEC TV SEC TV ESPN/2 FSN ESPNU ESPN ESPN ESPNU FSN SEC TV SEC TV CSS ESPN/2 CBS SEC TV ESPNU SEC TV ESPN/2 FSN ESPN2 ESPN ESPNU ESPN3 SEC TV SEC TV FSN ESPN/2

History

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and CBS analyst Doug Gottlieb after Georgia’s 2013 overtime win vs. South Carolina.

march

Sat., 3/1 Tue., 3/4 Wed., 3/5 Thur., 3/6 Sat., 3/8 Wed., 3/13 Thur., 3/14 Fri., 3/15 Sat., 3/16 Sun., 3/17

Kentucky at Missouri Georgia at Auburn South Carolina at Ole Miss Texas A&M at Florida Arkansas at LSU Miss. State at Vanderbilt Tennessee at Alabama Ole Miss at Kentucky Missouri at Florida Auburn at South Carolina Alabama at Arkansas Tennessee at Vanderbilt Miss. State at Texas A&M LSU at Georgia Alabama at Florida Kentucky at Miss. State South Carolina at Tennessee Arkansas at Vanderbilt Auburn at LSU Missouri at Ole Miss Texas A&M at Georgia Florida at Tennessee Ole Miss at Alabama Kentucky at Auburn Vanderbilt at South Carolina Georgia at Miss. State LSU at Texas A&M Arkansas at Missouri Miss. State at Auburn Texas A&M at Vanderbilt Alabama at South Carolina Tennessee at Missouri Ole Miss at Georgia LSU at Arkansas Florida at Kentucky Kentucky at Ole Miss Georgia at Tennessee Auburn at Florida Miss. State at LSU Vanderbilt at Missouri South Carolina at Arkansas Alabama at Texas A&M Florida at Ole Miss Georgia at South Carolina Tennessee at Texas A&M Arkansas at Miss. State LSU at Kentucky Vanderbilt at Auburn Missouri at Alabama Florida at Vanderbilt Missouri at Georgia Alabama at Ole Miss Tennessee at Miss. State Texas A&M at LSU South Carolina at Auburn Arkansas at Kentucky

Records

TBA 3:00 5:30 8:00 8:00 7:00 9:00 7:00 8:00 8:00 9:00 7:00 1/3:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 4:00 4:00 6:00 7:00 9:00 7:00 8:00 8:00 9:00 7:00 12:00 1:30 1:30 2:00 4:00 4:30 9:00 7:00 9:00 8:00 8:00 8:00 9:00 7:00 1:00 1:30 4:00 4:00 4:00 6:00 8:00 7:00 9:00 7:00 7:00 8:00 8:00 7:00

Sat., 2/1 Tue., 2/4 Wed., 2/5 Thur., 2/6 Sat., 2/8 Tue., 2/11 Wed., 2/12 Thur., 2/13 Sat., 2/15 Tue., 2/18 Wed., 2/19 Thur., 2/20 Sat., 2/22 Tue., 2/25 Wed., 2/26 Thur., 2/27

NETWORK TIME

2012-13 in Review

TBA CSS CSS CST CSS ESPN ESPNU CSS SEC TV SEC TV FSN ESPN/2 CBS ESPN2 SEC TV ESPNU SEC TV ESPNU FSN ESPNU ESPN CSS SEC TV SEC TV CSS ESPN2 CBS SEC TV SEC TV ESPN 2 SEC TV FSN ESPNU ESPNU ESPN ESPN3 SEC TV SEC TV CSS ESPN/2 ESPNU SEC TV SEC TV SEC TV ESPN/2 FSN ESPN2 ESPNU ESPN CSS ESPN3 SEC TV SEC TV ESPN/2

DATE GAME february

Opponent Info

7:00 7:00 2:00 7:00 TBA TBA 10:00 10:00 4:00 4:00 8:00 8:00 3:00 7:00 7:00 9:00

Coaches & Support

Georgia at Geo. Washington Richmond at Florida Robert Morris at Alabama Rhode Island at LSU Dayton at Ole Miss Tennessee at LSU Vanderbilt at Alabama South Carolina at Florida Georgia at Missouri Miss. State at Kentucky Arkansas at Texas A&M Auburn at Ole Miss Kentucky at Vanderbilt Florida at Arkansas LSU at South Carolina Missouri at Auburn Alabama at Georgia Ole Miss at Miss. State Texas A&M at Tennessee Georgia at Florida Kentucky at Arkansas Auburn at Tennessee Miss. State at Alabama South Carolina at Texas A&M LSU at Ole Miss Missouri at Vanderbilt Tennessee at Kentucky Arkansas at Georgia Texas A&M at Miss. State Alabama at Missouri Florida at Auburn Ole Miss at South Carolina Vanderbilt at LSU Missouri at LSU Texas A&M at Kentucky Auburn at Miss. State Arkansas at Tennessee South Carolina at Georgia Ole Miss at Vanderbilt Florida at Alabama Vanderbilt at Texas A&M Georgia at Kentucky Miss. State at Ole Miss South Carolina at Missouri Tennessee at Florida Auburn at Arkansas LSU at Alabama Missouri at Arkansas Kentucky at LSU Vanderbilt at Georgia Texas A&M at South Carolina Alabama at Auburn Ole Miss at Tennessee Florida at Miss. State

CSS ESPNU CSS ESPNU TBA TBA ESPN2 Pac 12 Net CBS ESPNU CST ESPN2 FSN CSS ESPN2 ESPNU

Player Bios

january

Fri., 1/3 Sat., 1/4 Tue., 1/7 Wed., 1/8 Thur., 1/9 Sat., 1/11 Tue., 1/14 Wed., 1/15 Thur., 1/16 Sat., 1/18 Tue., 1/21 Wed., 1/22 Thur., 1/23 Sat., 1/25 Tue., 1/28 Wed., 1/29 Thur., 1/30

Xavier at Alabama Texas A&M vs. Oklahoma Boston Coll. at Auburn Morehead State at Tennessee USC @Diamond Head Classic USC @Diamond Head Classic Alabama at UCLA Georgia at Colorado Louisville at Kentucky Akron at South Carolina McNeese State at LSU Missouri at N.C. State Savannah St. at Florida Marshall at South Carolina Virginia at Tennessee St. Louis at Vanderbilt

2013-14 SEC TV Schedule 2013-14 Outlook

Sun., 12/22 Mon., 12/23 Wed., 12/25 Sat., 12/28 Sun., 12/29 Mon., 12/30

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2013-14 SEC Composite Schedule

Feb.-March

January / February

December / January

November / December

November

3

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4

10

Northern Ky. @UK

17Robt. Morris @UK USC @Clemson

UGA vs. UNC-Pembroke (Exhibition)

11 MVSU @TAMU

@UMass 12 LSU SC @Baylor

SIU @MO UT @XU

@UF 18 Southern Citadel @UT

@Butler 19 VU UT-Arl. @UK

MVSU @ MSU

Stillman @UA SMU @ARK

24 SHSU @TAMU

25

1 Loyola @MSU

2

8

9

UGA @Chas. Cl. FIU @USC

UK vs. Providence LSU @Old Spice Cl. AU vs. Illinois Oregon @UM

15

W. Mich. @MO

5

ARK vs. California UF @Jax Cleve. St. @UK IUPUI @MO VU @Paradise Jam

Chatt. @UGA AU @Iowa State UF @UConn VU @Texas

UK @Mich. St. Ga. St. @VU UF @Wisconsin

UA in Pre. NIT Jax State @AU UNO @LSU

7

13

14

20

UGA vs. Davidson MTSU @UF

UA vs. Okla. Wofford @UGA North Fla. @UF SE La. @MO SIU-E @ARK Nicholls St. @AU Pr. View @MSU Buffalo @TAM

16

22

23

29

3

4

6

SE La. @ARK

North Fla. @UA Houston @TAMU

10 Kansas @UF

11

17

18 La.-Monroe @UM

FAMU @MSU Wich. St. @UA UF vs. Memphis A. Peay @VU Manhattan @USC

29 Sav. State @UF

@SC 30 Marshall Virginia @UT

5

6

MSU @L. Vegas Cl. USC @Diamond Head Classic

USC @Diamond Head Classic

31 7

North Texas @ TAMU

UT @LSU VU @UA

N.C. State @UT LSU @Texas Tech

25 1 8

27

28

29

2

3

4

5

9

10

11

16

17

18

23

24

25

2

3

4

UF @UT UM @UA

UGA @UT

MO @UGA UF @VU

UF @USC UA @UK

VU @UGA TAMU @USC UA @AU UM @UT

UM vs. SJU/Penn. St. UT @Battle 4 Atlantis

7

Tenn. Tech @UT UCLA @MO Clemson @ARK TCU @MSU UA @South Fla.

26

27

28

2

3

4

McNeese St. Lips. @UGA UT @Wich. St. @TAMU MTSU @UM UK @UNC Chas. Sou. @UA La.-Mon. @LSU

Clemson @AU Fla. Gulf C. @MSU USC-Up. @USC

Md.-E. Shore @MSU

USC @UGA AU @MSU ARK @UT UM @VU

26

UK vs. Baylor USC @Okla. State

MSU @Utah State Murray St. @AU Gard.-Webb @MO VU @Paradise Jam

30 TAMU vs. SMU/UVA

21

22

21

App. St. @UGA LSU @Old Sp. UT vs. Iowa/XU Classic TAMU vs. Mo. St. UM vs. Ga. Fla. St. @UF MO vs. Nevada Tech. UA @Pres. NIT

@UGA 20 19 Gard.-Webb UT-Martin @ARK

16

20

UM @UK UM @UF

UGA @Chas. Cl. VU vs. Providence Tenn. St. @UT SE La. @LSU MVSU @UM

14

AU @UT MSU @UA USC @TAMU LSU @UM

19

UM @Coast. Carolina MO vs. Hawaii USC-Upstate @UT NW State @LSU UALR @UF

12 Savannah St. @AR 13 MSU vs. SE La.

15

14

MO @ARK UK @LSU

W.Va. @MO Marshall @VU UM @Kan. State

9

13

MO @LSU TAMU @UK

5

UGA @MO USC @UF MSU @UK ARK @TAMU

12

UGA @UF UK @ARK

USC @Diamond Head Classic

LSU vs. St. Joe’s UT vs. UTEP

Longwood @SC

NW State @AU Lipscomb @VU Rice @TAMU

27 Jackson St. @MSU 28 MO vs. N’western UA @Pres. NIT ARK @Maui Invit. E. Mich. @UK

9

Tech @UGA 15 Ga. La.-Laf. @ARK

Pr. View @TAMU

Tenn. St. @AU Ark.-PB @TAMU ARK @Maui Invit.

23 Morehead St. @UT 24

Ark-PB @AU UM @W. Ky. St. Louis @VU

Texas Tech @UA Kenn. St. @MSU

21

Boise State at UK

16

8

26 NC A&T @UM

22 Bos. Coll. @AU

Mercer @UM MSU vs. S. Fla. USC vs. St. Mary’s

6

AU @UM

23

30

MO @VU

UF @UA

UF @MSU

UGA @Geo. Wash. S.C. State @USC

10

Xavier @UA WCU @UGA TAMU @Okla. Belm. @UK Ga. Tech @VU S. Ala. @AR UF vs. Fres. St. UAB @LSU MO vs. Illinois

Tusculum @UT R. Isl. @LSU Richmond @UF Dayton @UM UT-P.A. @TAMU L. Beach @MO Robt. Morris @UA NE @VU FAMU @AU UTSA @ARK

11

17

18

24

25

31

1

6

LSU @UGA

7

8

12 UGA @MSU

13

ARK @MO

14

15

19 AU @UF

20

UA @TAMU

21

22

26

27

28

1

7

8

AU @USC UA @ARK UT @VU MSU @TAMU UK @AU VU @USC LSU @TAMU MSU @LSU VU @MO USC @ARK

5

UA @UM UT @MSU TAMU @LSU USC @AU MSU @UGA UT @AU TAMU @MO UM @ARK

6

ARK @UK

LSU @VU

SEC Tournament - Mar. 12-16 @Atlanta, Ga.

UGA @Colo. MO @NCSU UA @UCLA Louis. @UK Akron @USC High Pt. @AR McNeese St. @LSU

UA @UGA UK @VU UF @ARK LSU @USC UM @AU

UM @MSU TAMU @UT

UA @ UGA

ARK @UGA UT @UK TAMU @MSU UA @MO UF @AU

UM @USC VU @LSU

UGA @UK VU @TAMU MSU @UM USC @MO UT @UF

AU @ARK LSU @UA

UGA @AU UK @MO USC @UM TAMU @UF ARK @LSU

MSU @VU UT @UA

TAMU @UGA UA @UF USC @UT ARK @VU AU @LSU

MO @UM TAMU @UGA

UM @UGA MSU @AU TAMU @VU UA @USC UT @MO

LSU @ARK UF @UK

UGA @USC UF @UM UT @TAMU ARK @MSU LSU @UK

VU @AU MO @UA

UGA @ARK VU @UT AU @UA LSU @UF UK @USC

UM @TAMU

UGA @LSU VU @UM MO @UT USC @MSU ARK @UA

AU @TAMU UK @UF


2013-14 Opponent SID Directory Davidson

Lipscomb

Nebraska

UAB

Aaron Jordan

Joey Beeler

Jamie Gilliam

Shamus McKnight

Tray Littlefield

Phone: (704) 894-2123

Phone: (615) 966-5166

Phone: (402) 472-2263

Phone: (205) 934-7920

Cell: (704) 458-6198

Cell: (615) 221-3561

Cell: (402) 540-0268

Cell: (205) 504-4566

Fax: (704) 894-2636

Fax: (615) 966-1806

Fax: (402) 472-2005

Fax: (205) 934-7505

Email: jobeeler@davidson.edu

Email: jamie.gilliam@lipscomb.

Email: smcknight@huskers.

Email: trayl@uab.edu

Press Row: (704) 894-7267

edu

com

Press Row: (205) 934-0720

Web: davidsonwildcats.com

Web: www.LipscombSports.

Web: www.huskers.com

Web: www.uabsports.com

Twitter: @DavidsonWildcat

com

Twitter: @HuskerHoops

Twitter: @UABAthletics

New Mexico

vanderbilt

Frank Mercogliano

Andy Boggs

Phone: (505) 925-5520

Phone: (615) 322-4121

Phone: (205) 348-6084 Cell: (205) 913-1979 Fax: (205) 348-8841 Email: AJordan@Ia.Ua.Edu Press Row: (205) 348-6084 Web: www.rolltide.com Twitter: @alabamahoops

Twitter: @LipscombBisons

Appalachian st Ryan Bower

Patrick Pierson

Auburn Dan Froehlich

Chattanooga Jim Horten

Kent Lowe

Cell: (352) 318-3493

Phone: (225) 578-8226

Cell: (505) 410-4844

Cell: (615) 828-8895

Fax: (352) 372-5801

Cell: (225) 241-4360

Fax: (505) 925-5609

Fax: (615) 343-7064

Email: denverp@gators.ufl.edu

Fax: (225) 578-1861

Email: fmercog@unm.edu

Email: andy.boggs@vander-

Press Row: (352) 371-0281

Email: clowe@lsu.edu

Web: www.golobos.com

bilt.edu

Web: gatorzone.com

Press Row: (225) 578-8226

Twitter: @UNMHoops

Press Row: (615) 320-0436

Twitter: @GatorZoneMBK

Web: lsusports.net Twitter: @lsubasketball

Massachusetts

Phone: (803) 777-8204

W. Carolina

Phone: (704) 406-4355

Bryan Henry

Cell: (803) 727-3284

Kevin Young

Cell: (704) 974-3662

Phone: (413) 545-5292

Fax: (803) 777-2967

Phone: (828) 227-2655

Fax: (704) 406-4739

Cell: (413) 230-2083 Email: bwhenry@admin. umass.edu

Email: efeeney@mailbox.

Fax: (828) 227-7688

sc.edu

Email: kmyoung@email.

Press Row: (803) 777-6182

wcu.edu

Web: gamecocksonline.com

Press Row: (828) 227-2129

Twitter: @GamecockMBB

Web: www.catamountsports.

Email: mrabb@gardner-webb. edu Web: www.gwusports.com Twitter: @gwusports

Geo. Washington Jesse Hooker Phone: (202) 994-0339 Cell: (202) 251-3786 Fax: (202) 994-2713 Email: jhooker@gwu.edu Press Row: (202) 994-1776 Web: www.GWsports.com Twitter: @GW_Sports

georgia tech Mike Stamus Phone: (404) 894-5445 Cell: (404) 218-9723 Fax: (404) 295-8703 Email: mstamus@athletics.

Philip Sikes

gatech.edu

Andrew Green

Phone: (303) 492-3812 Cell: (720) 470-9780 Fax: (303) 492-3811 Email: andrew.green@colorado. edu Press Row: (303) 492-1552 Web: www.cubuffs.com

Web: ramblingwreck.com Twitter: @GTMBK

kentucky DeWayne Peevy Phone: (859) 257-3838 Cell: (859) 227-1779 Fax: (859) 323-4310 Email: dewayne.peevy@uky. edu Press Row: (859) 252-3602 Web: ukathletics.com Twitter: @UKCoachCalipari

Web: UMassAthletics.com Twitter: @UMass_Bball

Ole Miss Daniel Snowden Phone: (662) 915-7509 Cell: (662) 816-7511 Fax: (662) 915-7006 Email: desnowde@olemiss.edu Press Row: (662) 236-1931 Web: olemisssports.com Twitter: @OleMissMBB

Miss. State Gregg Ellis Phone: (662) 325-3595 Cell: (662) 418-8494 Fax: (662) 325-3654 Email: gellis@athletics.msstate.edu Press Row: (662) 325-3776 Web: mstateathletics.com Twitter: @msuhoopsgregg

Missouri Dave Reiter Phone: (573) 884-2437 Cell: (573) 424-8740 Fax: (573) 882-4720 Email: reiterd@missouri.edu Press Row: (573) 882-1442 Web: mutigers.com Twitter: @Mizzou_Sports

com

Temple

Twitter: @Catamounts

Larry Dougherty Phone: (215) 204-2588

Wofford

Cell: (215) 651-1822

Brent Williamson

Fax: (215) 204-7499

Phone: (864) 597-4093

Email: larry.dougherty@

Cell: (864) 809-8900

temple.edu

Fax: (864) 597-4129

Press Row: (215) 204-7445

Email: Williamsondb@

Web: www.owlsports.com

wofford.edu

Twitter: @TUMBBHoops

Press Row: (864) 597-4487 Web: www.woffordterriers.

tennessee

com

Tom Satkowiak

Twitter: @WoffordTerriers

Phone: (865) 974-1212 Cell: (865) 696-2897

sec office

Fax: (865) 974-1269

Craig Pinkerton

Email: tomsid@utk.edu

Phone: (205) 458-3010

Press Row: (865) 544-0789

Cell: (205) 936-9681

Web: UTSports.com

Fax: (205) 458-3030

Twitter: @Vol_Hoops

Email: cpinkerton@sec.org Web: secsports.com

Texas A&M

Twitter: @SECSportsUpdate

Adam Quisenberry Cell: (979) 582-5135

charleston classic

Fax: (979) 845-6825

Ray Mallouk, BreakAway

Phone: (979) 845-5725

Email: aquisenberry@athletics. Sports Marketing tamu.edu Phone: (214) 403-8334 Press Row: (979) 862-6944

Web: www.aggieathletics.com Twitter: @aggiemenshoops

Media Information

Colorado

Press Row: (404) 894-5458

Press Row: (413) 545-6139

History

Clemson Phone: (864) 656-2114 Cell: (864) 525-4889 Email: philips@clemson.edu Press Row: (864) 656-6833 Web: www.clemsontigers.com Twitter: @ClemsonMBB

Twitter: @VandyMBB

Emily Feeney

Gardner-Webb Marc Rabb

Web: vucommodores.com

south carolina

Records

Phone: (423) 425-2350 Cell: (423) 645-8733 Email: james-horten@utc.edu Press Row: (423) 756-5476 Web: www.GoMocs.com Twitter: @GoMocsMBB

Phone: (352) 375-4683

2012-13 in Review

Phone: (334) 844-9803 Cell: (334) 502-0929 Fax: (334) 826-9151 Email: froehdp@auburn.edu Press Row: (334) 844-1933 Web: auburntigers.com Twitter: @aubasketball

LSU

Opponent Info

Phone: (479) 575-2752 Cell: (479) 387-8569 Fax: (479) 575-7481 Email: pspierso@uark.edu Press Row: (479) 575-6622 Web: arkansasrazorbacks.com Twitter: @RazorbackMBB

Denver Parler

Coaches & Support

Arkansas

florida

Player Bios

Phone: (828) 262-7162 Cell: (828) 964-6409 Fax: (828) 262-6106 Email: bowerrp@appstate.edu Press Row: (828) 262-7060 Web: www.appstatesports.com Twitter: @appstate_sports

2013-14 Outlook

Alabama

Web: www.CharlestonClassic.com Twitter: @CharlestonClassic

Twitter: @CUBuffsMBB

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2012-13 Results / 2013-14 Schedule 2012-13 Results

2013-14 Schedule

Date W-L Score Opponent (TV) Site

Date Opponent (TV)

Site Time

ATHENS

11/4

UNC-PEMBROKE (Exh.)

ATHENS

7:00 p.m.

11/9 W 68-62 JACKSONVILLE

ATHENS

11/8

WOFFORD

ATHENS

7:30 p.m.

11/12

YOUNGSTOWN ST. * (ESPNU)

ATHENS

11/15

GEORGIA TECH (FSN)

ATHENS

7:00 p.m.

11/15 W (OT) 60-62

SOUTHERN MISS* (FSN)

ATHENS

11/21

Davidson* (ESPNU)

Charleston, S.C.

5:00 p.m.

11/19

L

53-66

#1 Indiana**

Brooklyn, N.Y.

11/22

Clemson/Temple* (ESPNU/3)

Charleston, S.C.

TBA

11/20

L

56-60

#11 UCLA** (ESPNU)

Brooklyn, N.Y.

11/24

Charleston Classic 3rd Round*

Charleston, S.C.

TBA

11/23

W

54-38

EAST TENN. STATE

ATHENS

11/29

APPALACHIAN STATE (CSS)

ATHENS

5:00 p.m.

11/30

L

53-64

South Florida (ESPNU)

Tampa, Fla.

12/2

CHATTANOOGA (CSS)

ATHENS

7:30 p.m.

12/4

L

54-62

Georgia Tech (ESPNU)

Atlanta, Ga.

12/14

LIPSCOMB

ATHENS

4:00 p.m.

ATHENS

12/19

GARDNER-WEBB

ATHENS

11:30 a.m.

12/18 W 58-49 MERCER

ATHENS

12/21

WESTERN CAROLINA (CSS)

ATHENS

2:00 p.m.

12/22

W

64-56

SOUTHERN CAL (FSN)

ATHENS

12/28

Colorado (Pac-12 Net)

Boulder, Colo.

10:00 p.m.

12/29

W

82-73

FLORIDA A&M (CSS)

ATHENS

1/3

George Washington

Washington, D.C.

1/4

W

52-41

GEO. WASHINGTON (CSS)

ATHENS

1/8

Missouri (SEC TV)

Columbia, Mo.

8:00 p.m.

1/9

L

44-77

#11 Florida (CSS)

Gainesville, Fla.

1/11

ALABAMA (SEC TV)

ATHENS

4:00 p.m.

1/12

L

61-72

MISS. STATE (SECN)

ATHENS

1/14

Florida (ESPNU)

Gainesville, Fla.

7:00 p.m.

1/16

L

62-79

#17 Missouri (SECN)

Columbia, Mo.

1/18

ARKANSAS (SEC TV)

ATHENS

1:30 p.m.

1/19

W

67-58

LSU (CSS)

ATHENS

1/22

SOUTH CAROLINA (SEC TV)

ATHENS

8:00 p.m.

1/23

L

47-64

#8 FLORIDA (SECN)

ATHENS

1/25

Kentucky (SEC TV)

Lexington, Ky.

1:30 p.m.

1/26

W

59-52

Texas A&M (FSN)

College Station, Texas

1/29

VANDERBILT (CSS)

ATHENS

7:00 p.m.

1/30

W

57-49

AUBURN (CSS)

ATHENS

2/1

Auburn (SEC TV)

Auburn, Ala.

1:30 p.m.

2/2

W

67-56

South Carolina (SECN)

Columbia, S.C.

2/6

LSU (ESPN/ESPN2)

ATHENS

7:00 p.m.

2/6

W

68-62

Tennessee (SECN)

Knoxville, Tenn.

2/8

TEXAS A&M (CSS)

ATHENS

8:00 p.m.

2/9

W

52-46

TEXAS A&M (ESPNU)

ATHENS

2/12

Mississippi State (FSN)

Starkville, Miss.

9:00 p.m.

2/12

L

45-52

ALABAMA (ESPNU)

ATHENS

2/15

OLE MISS (FSN)

ATHENS

4:00 p.m.

Ole Miss (ESPN2)

Oxford, Miss.

2/18

Tennessee (ESPNU)

Knoxville, Tenn.

9:00 p.m.

Arkansas (ESPN2)

Fayetteville, Ark.

2/22

South Carolina (SEC TV)

Columbia, S.C.

1:30 p.m.

ATHENS

2/25

MISSOURI (ESPNU)

ATHENS

9:00 p.m.

Nashville, Tenn.

3/1

Arkansas (SEC TV)

Fayetteville, Ark.

4:00 p.m.

ATHENS

7:00 p.m.

Baton Rouge, La.

5:00 p.m.

11/2

W

L

86-52

56-68

12/15 L (OT) 78-81

2/16 2/21

L (OT) 74-84 L

60-62

YOUNG HARRIS (Exh.)

IONA (CSS)

TBA

2/23 W (OT) 62-54

SOUTH CAROLINA (CBS)

2/27

L

62-63

Vanderbilt (FSN)

3/2

W

78-68

TENNESSEE (SECN)

ATHENS

3/5

MISSISSIPPI STATE (CSS)

3/7

W

72-62

KENTUCKY (ESPN)

ATHENS

3/8

LSU (FSN)

3/9

L

58-61

Alabama (SECN)

Tuscaloosa, Ala.

3/12-16 SEC Tournament

Atlanta, Ga.

TBA

3/14

L

63-68

LSU& (SECN)

Nashville, Tenn.

3/18-19 NCAA First Round

Dayton, Ohio

TBA

*Progressive Legends Classic - Athens *Progressive Legends Classic - Brooklyn, N.Y. #Big East / SEC Invitational %SEC Tournament - Nashville, Tenn.

3/20-23 NCAA 2nd & 3rd Rounds

TBA

3/27-30 NCAA Regionals

TBA

4/5-7

TBA

(Buffalo, N.Y.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Orlando, Fla.; Spokane, Wash.; Raleigh, N.C.; San Antonio, Texas; San Diego, Calif.; St. Louis, Mo.)

(Anaheim, Calif.; Memphis, Tenn.; Indianapolis, Ind.; New York, N.Y.)

NCAA Final Four

All times Eastern *Charleston Classic - Charleston, S.C.

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Arlington, Texas


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