Join the fun here as #7 Texas goes up against defending champions #4 Georgia, in a rematch of an indoor event that the 'Horns lost 4-2. The match is on ESPNU, and you can also follow it at Tulsa's tournament site . Check the comments of this post to answer some basic questions about the game format.
Georgia's #1 singles player transferred from UT to Georgia and won a national championship last year. Let's show him he didn't have to go so far.
[Note by Horn Brain, 05/20/08 7:46 PM CDT ] Texas takes the doubles point with wins on courts 2 and 3, despite Georgia nearly taking the match on 1. Texas needs to at least split the singles matches to win the championship.
[Note by Horn Brain, 05/20/08 9:49 PM CDT ] Congratulations to the back-to-back champion Georgia Bulldogs, but more importantly, congratulations to the Longhorns. They put together a hell of a run through this tournament, beating the #2, 3 and 9 teams in the process. This is the farthest Texas has ever advanced in the NCAA tourny, so one step at a time, I guess. Did I mention Big XII champions? Hook 'em 'Horns!