[su_spacer size=”40″] The win marks the Bulldogs’ first-ever loss to the Aggies. Georgia now holds a 4-1 all-time advantage against Texas A&M and a 2-1 nod in games played in Athens.
[su_spacer size=”40″] “I felt like we practiced well yesterday and had a good shoot around this morning,” head coach Mark Fox said. “We didn’t have everybody attached, and we ran into a very good team, and we weren’t able to respond to adversity out of the gate very well. After the first timeout, they were on pace to break 100, and you can’t win like that.”
[su_spacer size=”40″] [foogallery id=”75063″] [su_spacer size=”40″] The Aggies controlled most of the second half despite several UGA comeback attempts. The Bulldogs were able to cut the Aggies’ lead to 42-29 three minutes into the half, but Texas A&M answered with a 16-5 run over the course of the next ten minutes. Georgia finished the game shooting 29.2-percent from the field in the second half, but allowed the Aggies to shoot 56-percent.
[su_spacer size=”40″] The Bulldogs hit the road on Wednesday traveling to Columbia, Missouri to take on the Missouri Tigers at seven p.m. ET. The game will be televised on the SEC Network.