Game rewind: UGA 92, Winthrop 86 (OT) 

December, 27, 2011
12/27/11
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Georgia rallied from a five-point deficit in the final 21 seconds Tuesday -- tying the game on a Gerald Robinson layup with 3 seconds to play -- against visiting Winthrop before pulling away for a 92-86 overtime win at Stegeman Coliseum.

The Bulldogs (8-5) were playing their first game without injured leading rebounder Marcus Thornton, and Bulldogs coach Mark Fox said Thornton’s absence played a role in his team’s disjointed effort.

Fox’s club still played perhaps its best offensive game of the season, shooting 54 percent from the field, but the coach was displeased with Winthrop’s 76 points at the end of regulation -- six points more than any previous opponent had scored against the Bulldogs this season.
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