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Post Lady Dogs back in the win column

Friday February 8, 2008

Led by Tasha Humphrey’s 23 points, all five Lady Dog starters scored in double figures, and Georgia went over 60 points for the first time in two weeks in a 72-58 win at Arkansas on Thursday night.

With the win, the team avoided the program’s first 4-game losing streak under Andy Landers. The Lady Dogs are now 4-4 in the SEC.

The Lady Dogs will remain in Arkansas today, practice, and then head to Baton Rouge for a nationally-televised game on Sunday at LSU. LSU is tied for the league lead with a perfect 8-0 record, and they’ve been dominant on both ends of the court with Sylvia Fowles controlling the low post. Georgia beat LSU in Athens last season on Ashley Houts’ buzzer-beater.

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