Sloppy Dogs drop third straight 

March, 27, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia blew late leads in both Saturday and Sunday’s losses at Vanderbilt, but the Bulldogs allowed an early advantage to slip away almost immediately in Tuesday’s 10-5 loss to Clemson.

The Bulldogs built a 3-1 lead in the first when Hunter Cole scored on a wild pitch and Colby May drove in two with a double. But Clemson struck right back for three runs in the second -- including a two-run homer by Richie Shaffer -- and steadily pulled away for a lopsided win over the 18th-ranked Bulldogs.

Clemson (12-11) scored in every inning but the third and ninth, with Georgia (17-9) committing three errors and all but two of the Bulldogs’ eight pitchers allowing at least one run.
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