Georgia’s late rally falls short against No. 16 Tennessee

On the positive side, Georgia won the second half. Unfortunately for the Bulldogs, they count both halves and they could not overcome a horrific opening 20 minutes on the way to an 89-81 loss Wednesday night at Tennessee. Behind by 18 points at halftime and 23 early in the second half, Georgia managed to fight its way back to within six points with a minute to play. But then K.D. Johnson, who scored 10 of his team-best 22 points in the final three minutes, missed a free throw and a final turnover by guard Sahvir Wheeler with 25 seconds to ended any chance of what would have been an incredible …

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