- Saturday, March 2 1929 -
Southern Conference Tournament (at Atlanta, GA)
Kentucky - 24 (Head Coach: John Mauer)
Georgia - 26 (Head Coach: Herman J. Stegeman)
Halftime Score: Georgia 11, Kentucky 11
|Prior Game|||||Next Game|
|Tulane 29 - 15|||||Georgetown College 46 - 9|
Game Writeup - The Red and Black
DUKE ELMINATES GEORGIA IN S.C. BASKET TOURNEY
. . . The second round of the tournament found Georgia battling against the Wildcats of Kentucky, but after a hard fight the Kentuckians fell victims to the Red and Black, 26-24.
The Bulldog victory was due largely to Sandford Sanford, Georgia's sophomore center who performed so effectively against the Wildcats. He got twelve points in addition to playing a splendid floor game. The game was in doubt until the final whistle blew and the Georgians had to put up a real fight in order to win a victory. . . .