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AS Georgia Vs Mississippi State'

AS Georgia Vs Mississippi State'

Georgia Vs Mississippi State

The story is a part of American sports folklore. Trevor Lawrence against Jake Fromm, the freshman and the sophomore, the first game after their head coach was fired. The situations are different. But the script is familiar. That doesn't mean the game will be.

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The Georgia Bulldogs (5-10, 0-2 SEC) will attempt to break a four-game losing streak when they hit the road to take on the Mississippi State Bulldogs (10-4, 1-1 SEC) on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 at Humphrey Coliseum. The game airs at 7:00 PM ET. Keep reading to find betting insights and statistics to help place a wager on the Mississippi State Bulldogs’ (

Mississippi State (10-4, 1-1 SEC) has a prime chance to rebound from the 82-72 loss, however, when Georgia (5-10, 0-2) visits the Humphrey Coliseum on Wednesday (6 p.m., SEC Network). Georgia enters on a four-game losing streak, including defeats against Gardner-Webb and East Tennessee State. (Source: www.clarionledger.com)

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While the second half was an improvement for Mississippi State, the hole had already been dug too deep to complete a comeback. Without forward Tolu Smith, the task was complicated. And without an ability to break out in transition, the Bulldogs couldn’t counteract that lack of size down low.

Without two key pieces of the starting rotation, Georgia has stumbled. Ingram, who averaged 10.7 points and six rebounds in nine games, got injured in a win against Jacksonville on Dec. 7. The Bulldogs lost five of their next six games, with defeats coming against George Mason, Gardner-Webb, East Tennessee State, Texas A&M and Kentucky. (Source: www.clarionledger.com)

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Jan 8, 2022; Oxford, Mississippi, USA; Mississippi State Bulldogs guard Iverson Molinar (1) shoots the ball against Mississippi Rebels guard Matthew Murrell (11) during the second half at The Sandy and John Black Pavilion at Ole Miss. Mandatory Credit: Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports

For Georgia to have a chance Wednesday, the Bulldogs will need a player to put together an impressive performance beyond the arc, and Noah Baumann could be a contender for that. The 6-6 wing is shooting a team-high 47.5% from 3-point range, and he’s shooting 22-for-40 across his last six games. (Source: www.clarionledger.com)

 

 

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