Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Georgia vs Another Bulldog































Georgia (1-2) vs. UNC-Asheville (0-3)
Date / TimeTuesday, Nov. 24 at 7:00 p.m.
LocationStegeman Coliusem | Athens, Ga.
TelevisionRegional telecast by CSS
RadioGeorgia Bulldogs Radio Network (Atlanta: 750AM, Athens: 100.1 FM & 960 AM)
InternetLive audio on GXtra (subscription required)
TicketsReserved Seat Tickets: $15. Available online and by phone at 1-877-542-1231. Also, at Stegeman Coliseum Ticket Booths 1, 2, 5 on the day of the game, starting 1.5 hours before tipoff. UGA Student Tickets: $2 with UGA ID.

 




Tonight's game at Stegeman against UNC-Asheville, should provide Georgia a chance to even it's record at 2-2. In looking at the stats from the Bulldogs, not our dawgs, but their dogs, they don't look to impressive. 


Just for some numbers


FG%  69-191 36%


FT% 31-56 55%


3FG% 16-65 24.6%


Looking at those numbers, should give Georgia a good chance to rebound after dropping the last two games. There are a few things that did not improve in the UAB game and those need to be addressed, else the chances for a competitive season will be hard to come by.


I know we are still learning the system, but we are almost a month out from a game where the Jackets come into our house. That is a game I want to win. A Game we must win. That would be the perfect launch into the conference schedule. As I have said from the beginning, as long as we continue to improve from game to game, we stand a good chance of competing this season. 


So what needs to happen



  • Ricky McPhee needs to find his shot from long range. If not, his playing time may drop.

  • Need more second chance points.

  • Need a good defense stands to set up the fast break points.

  • Need to find the three. We are shooting only 21%. 


Some interesting facts about the game. This is the homecoming for Eddie Biedenbach. He was an assistant under Hugh Durham from 1982-1989, so he was part of the Final Four run by the Dawgs. 


Come out support the Dawgs since the students will be in low attendance. 


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