– Stat line of the game: Yante Maten played 26 minutes and was Georgia's second-leading scorer (12 points) and rebounder (five points). The junior power forward was playing for the first time since spraining his knee on Feb. 18, and while he didn't start, he played extensively.
– Turning point: In a game that featured 12 lead changes, the final one came aftere Tennessee had taken a 48-47 lead. Frazier hit two free throws to ignite a mini-run, then Juwan Parker's midcourt steal and dunk made it 55-52. Georgia would hold on from there, with Frazier making two key free throws to again make it a two-point game with 1:36 left.
– What's next: Georgia (19-13) plays top-seeded Kentucky on Friday at 1 p.m. The Bulldogs likely need to pull off the upset in order to keep their NCAA hopes alive.
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