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By LARRY VAUGHT
Give Georgia coach Mark Fox credit for admitting that he actually likes to play in Rupp Arena even if the Bulldogs have won just five of 62 games in Lexington. But this year with the SEC’s new scheduling format, there is no trip to Rupp Arena for Georgia. Instead, the only game with UK will be in Athens, Ga., in March.
“We’ve got to go to Arkansas; we’ve got to go to Missouri; we’ve got to go to Tennessee; we have to go to Florida; we have to go just about everywhere,” Fox said. “I mean, why not send us to Rupp (Arena), too?
“We like to play there. It’s a fun place to coach and play. So I was a little disappointed.”