Unfortunately, I had something come up and I was unable to make it up to Athens for Georgia’s first game of the regular season. I did catch the game on the radio though, and it sounded like UGA played solid defense in holding Wofford to just 52 points on 38% shooting from the floor en route to its first win of the year.
The Dawgs opened up a 19-point advantage towards the end of the first half, and they managed to maintain a comfortable cushion between themselves and the Terriers all the way to the final horn.
Georgia was led offensively by Neme Djurisic, Donte Williams and Kenny Gaines, who all scored in double-figures and finished with 12, 11 and 10 points, respectively.
If anyone was at the game, please fill me (and the rest of us) in on how Coach Fox’s team looked on offense tonight.