Georgia overcame a 10 point Gamecocks lead with nine minutes remaining to beat South Carolina at home by five. Georgia has twice been on the receiving end of a 15 point swing like that, and it's nice to be delivering those sort of punches for a change.
Georgia was lead by Trey Thompkins' 21 points and 10 rebounds, but it was Jeremy Price's 33 minute, 16 point, 7 rebound and only two turnovers that pushed Georgia over the top. UGAsports.com has a premium article up about Price's big night as does Charles Odum.
When Georgia only turns the ball over 10 times, they are a very tough out for anyone. Especially at home. Combine that with a 19-7 foul advantage and a 23 to 6 free throw attempt advantage, and that's a W.
It'll be interesting to see how many recruits were at this game and what their reaction was. So far, the 2011 recruits seem to be slowly warming up to the program and the CLEAR difference in Athens.