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Friday Quickies: Kentucky vs. Georgia Edition

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After surviving a near upset by the Florida Gators, our Kentucky Lady Wildcats are moving on to the quarterfinals of the 2021 Southeastern Conference Tournament. In the second round Kentucky will face the fourth-seeded Georgia Bulldogs with tip-off set for 1:30 EDT today. As she has during her entire career at Kentucky, Rhyne Howard once again led the way to victory with 27 points. The last time Georgia and Kentucky met, the Lady Wildcats topped the Lady Bulldogs by a score of 62-58 on Feb. 25th.

Kentucky’s win over Georgia came just a week ago, with the two teams having that matchup fresh on their minds. The winner of this round of UK-UGA will move on to face the victor of the No. 1 seeded Texas A&M Lady Aggies and the No. 8 seeded LSU Lady Tigers. If they are to advance past that round, the No. 5 Lady Wildcats will find themselves in the SEC Championship. While that seems to be so close, the Lady Wildcats have to go one game at a time, with that road starting today with Georgia.

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