Hard road awaits UGA baseball 

April, 5, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- True to form, Georgia baseball coach David Perno doesn’t pull any punches when asked whether the next month will define his team’s season.

With a treacherous stretch ahead that begins with this weekend’s series at No. 9 Arkansas (22-6, 5-4 SEC), Perno’s 24th-ranked Bulldogs (18-11, 4-5) know they must begin performing with improved consistency to have any chance of meeting their lofty preseason goals.

“It may not equate to a ton of wins, but we at least are going to be forced to establish some sort of identity of who we are and the things we can do well definitely have to show up,” Perno said. “If that happens and we do get some wins this month, we could be in really good shape for the stretch run.
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