The Vanderbilt Commodores need a healthy center. The Georgia Bulldogs are looking for a way to regain the success they had during the first half of the Southeastern Conference portion of the season.
Just how well these two teams fare in these respective areas could decide tonight's meeting between the two at 6:30 at the Stegeman Coliseum in Athens, Ga.
The Bulldogs, 13-11, 6-5 in the SEC, have followed a six-game winning streak with a four-game losing skid. Part of that six-game victory string was an 82-73 defeat of the Commodores in Nashville Jan. 24.
"We've been a shade inconsistent," Georgia coach Jim Harrick said of the Bulldogs