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stories from | Mar 08, 2017
Here is Georgia forward Yante Maten practicing with his teammates in Nashville, Tenn., on March 8, 2017 before the SEC tournament. Maten has missed the last four games with a sprained right knee.Full Story
stories from | Mar 07, 2017
NASHVILLE | Georgia left Bridgestone Arena early Wednesday afternoon with star forward Yante Maten – barring the unexpected – poised to return for the SEC tournament from a sprained right knee.Full Story
stories from | Mar 07, 2017
NASHVILLE | Georgia would seem to have every reason to be on edge on the eve of starting play in the SEC tournament.Full Story
stories from | Mar 07, 2017
Georgia guard J.J. Frazier and forward Yante Maten both were named Tuesday to All-SEC teams by the coaches and the media.Full Story
stories from | Mar 07, 2017
A year ago, Joe Castiglione was hunkered down this week at the Marriott Marquis in New York as the chairman of the NCAA tournament selection committee.Full Story
stories from | Mar 07, 2017
Mark Fox appears safe as Georgia’s men’s basketball coach after all.Full Story
stories from | Mar 06, 2017
Georgia coach Mark Fox isn’t overly confident that the Bulldogs will have star forward Yante Maten back for the SEC tournament this week.Full Story
stories from | Mar 06, 2017
In the nearly five full games since Yante Maten sustained a knee injury, Georgia has pressed ahead trying to compensate for the absence of its top scorer and second leading rebounder.Full Story
stories from | Mar 05, 2017
Georgia has been trying to make improvements on vault and bars before postseason competition begins later this month.Full Story
stories from | Mar 05, 2017
Georgia’s on spring break, but there’s still plenty to do in Athens this week.Full Story
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