Game rewind: UGA 58, Delaware State 51 

December, 30, 2011
ATHENS, Ga. -- His team had just won its fifth straight game, but Georgia coach Mark Fox had difficulty finding much to praise after Friday afternoon’s 58-51 win against Delaware State.

Fox didn’t even take much joy in Kentavious Caldwell-Pope’s 60-foot heave at the halftime buzzer that put the Bulldogs up 32-29 after a lethargic first 20 minutes.

“We didn’t deserve for that to go in the way we were playing,” Fox said. “The game’s usually very fair. And I’m glad Kentavious made it, don’t get me wrong, but I’m not happy with how we played. I was not happy at halftime.”
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