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JoLeUGA
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2013 SEC Men's Tennis Champs - Georgia!!!


Doubled up this year, winning the regular season and the tournament convincingly.




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Choctaw
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that's adorable





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JordonfortheJ
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not last





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reb13
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Didn't we beat UGA?





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dkreller
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You spelled Jordan wrong.





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FulmersGonnaFixIt
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JoLeUGA
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Didn't we beat UGA?


This season, both Ole Miss and UGA have beaten each other. Our only SEC loss though is to Ole Miss a few weeks ago. We beat you guys in the Indoors in Seattle last month.






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JimMorrison
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honest question, do you actually follow tennis or did you just want to make this thread cause UGA leads the SEC?





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cuddlefuddle
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Fla w. tennis





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CtotheVrzrbck
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We should just give up tennis and start a wrestling squad. They always bring over marginal european players that once in 5 years will be competitive. Youth tennis in Arkansas is nearly non existent at this point.

If we're going to suck, I'd rather it be with homegrown kids that people can take an interest in and get behind.


Where the Razorback tennis team hails from:
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Little Rock, Ark. (Little Rock Christian Academy)
Gilmer, Texas (Trinity School of Texas)
Burlington, Ontario, Canada (St. Aloysius Gonzaga)
Pretoria, Rep. of South Africa (Afrikoanse Hoer Seunskool)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Saddlebrook Prepatory)
Aix en Provence, France (Lycée Vauvenargues)
Mexico City, Mexico
Chorley, England (Rivington and Backrod High School)
Miami, Fla. (Miami Palmetto Senior High)
Naples, Fla.
Amarillo, Texas (Tyler Junior College) (Amarillo High )
Knutsford, England (Lymm High School )







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FarmersFight
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Aggies has already won at UF but A&M is #3 and they are #2.



J/K. Florida is defending National Champs.



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bigDgator
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We played in College Station. A&M looks pretty good this year in women's and men's also!


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FarmersFight
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Oh yup, you're right.

The Aggie Men lost a heartbreaker 4-3 at UF.






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McRebel42
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#10 Ole Miss




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Missouri does not have an SEC Men's Tennis program








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dawgfan24348
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We dominate tennis





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tylerdurden24
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We dominate country club sports like tennis, golf, equestrian, and swimming


FIFY



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JoLeUGA
Georgia Fan
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re: 2013 SEC Men's Tennis Champs - Georgia!!!


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honest question, do you actually follow tennis or did you just want to make this thread cause UGA leads the SEC?



I've gone to half of our home meets this semester. I was in the stands last summer during the NCAAs in Athens.

Does that answer your question?






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Glory, Glory
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honest question, do you actually follow tennis or did you just want to make this thread cause UGA leads the SEC?


I'm willing to wager that JoLe follows all UGA sports, good or bad

edit: he can speak for himself



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JoLeUGA
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I'm willing to wager that JoLe follows all UGA sports, good or bad


Yup. I'm a college sport whore (can't think of a better term).

I"m probably the only UGA fan on this site that is willing to admit having gone to softball, baseball, basketball, men's tennis & *yes* women's tennis meets...... this semester.

I have worked the UGA sky suites during football games the past 3 years. I graduate this May, otherwise I'd be doing it again this fall.

I'm also working the Jason Aldean concert in a couple weeks at Sanford.






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Glory, Glory
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I graduated in 2010. I attended just about every sport, including Equestrian, women's basketball, football, etc. I even made the trip to the Gwinnett Center to check out UGA Hockey (non-club sport). So I can appreciate your enthusiasm for UGA sports.







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