May 26, 2006
An historic comeback win for the Georgia Bulldogs in the S.E.C. Tournament over South Carolina 16 to 10.
The Gamecocks hit three long homers in the first two innings. Designated hitter Phil Disher with a three run blast and the Gamecocks led the dogs 9 to 0 in the second inning.
But Georgia came slugging back. The Bulldogs started a 14-run unanswered string by scoring five runs in the third, taking the lead with Joey Side's two-run homer to center field.
The Bulldogs matching their 22-hit attack of a day earlier against Kentucky that was the highest tournament total since 1994.
Georgia shocks South Carolina 16 to 10. Now The Dogs must beat Vanderbilt twice Saturday to advance to the S.E.C. tournament championship game.