Following their first win in conference play, though, the Bulldogs appear to have gotten back on track, as Georgia hammered Georgia State on Wednesday. 14-7 is the final score of a competitive football game, but, in baseball, that's a blowout.
Four different Diamond Dogs hit home runs, including sophomore Ryan Peisel, who drove in five runs, four of which came on a grand slam. The Red and Black took a six-run lead into the bottom of the first inning and never trailed.
Now comes the real test: Georgia travels to Arkansas to take on the Razorbacks, who are ranked No. 11 and sporting a 19-3 ledger for the year. The three-game series between the Dogs and the Hogs gets underway on Friday night.