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For top-ranked Florida, it's nothing more than a warm-up for bigger games to come.
After Charles Mann and Kenny Gaines turned in their latest memorable performances, the celebratory hollers of the Georgia Bulldogs could be heard through the door to the visitors' locker room at LSU's Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
Georgia is eager to get a couple of days off at the Southeastern Conference tournament.
Coty Clarke took a year to settle into his role at Arkansas after transferring from junior college.
The SEC standings make Georgia look like a team worthy of NCAA tournament consideration.
Dealing with a 14-point deficit and a bad case of the stomach flu, the Georgia Bulldogs looked like they were in trouble.
It didn't take long for Georgia coach Mark Fox to notice his team's lighthearted attitude before the game.
Marcus Thornton believed it was Georgia's time to win, even though Louisiana State came to Athens on a roll.
Things figured to be hard enough for Georgia against No. 14 Kentucky before Bulldogs coach Mark Fox found out before Saturday's game that he would be without guards Kenny Gaines and Juwan Parker.