Georgia will have its one and only regular season game against Kentucky Saturday in Lexington.
The No. 14 Wildcats aren‚Äôt playing in Athens for the first time since 1963.
Check the above video for Georgia coach Mark Fox‚Äôs comments on the game.
Georgia and Kentucky are tied for second in the SEC at 4-1. Just like we all predicted.
Or maybe not.
Wildcats coach John Calipari was complimentary of the Bulldogs today when he met with reporters in Lexington.
‚ÄúThey‚Äôre good,‚Äù Calipari said. ‚ÄúI told Mark. He‚Äôs doing a great job. They‚Äôre playing exactly how they have to play to win. Their guards are scoring, they‚Äôre shooting the 3 when they need it, they‚Äôre plus-10 rebounds in our league right now. They grind it out. One team gave them trouble and that was Florida. At Florida. If that game were at Georgia, it would probably have been a two point game. At Florida, they got them pretty good. Other than that, this team has weathered every storm. They‚Äôre 4-1 in our league and for us, it‚Äôs that next challenge up. OK, where are we?‚Äù
Georgia has a couple of minor injuries it‚Äôs dealing with, Fox said.
Guard Kenny Gaines has a leg bruise and guard Juwan Parker has a slight hamstring strain.
‚ÄúI anticipate they‚Äôll both practice today,‚Äù Fox said.
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