Georgia plays better, but comes up short again vs. Alabama

ATHENS, Ga. — Not ready for prime time. That’s not meant as a criticism, but it was the main takeaway from Georgia’s admirable but losing effort against No. 8 Alabama on Saturday at Stegeman Coliseum. The Bulldogs led by 14 points in the first half and were within a single possession with a minute to play. But it was the Crimson Tide who made all the important plays when they mattered — including a key 3-point shot with 46 seconds remaining — and the SEC regular-season champions pulled away at the end for an 89-79 victory. “Yeah, I’m not a moral victory kind of dude,” said Georgia point guard …

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