AUBURN, Ala. -- — Ty Fagan scored 16 points shooting 7 for 10, Toumani Camara scored 15 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and Georgia held off Auburn in a 91-86 win on Tuesday night.
Camara's layup with 2:11 left put Georgia (11-6, 4-6 Southeastern Conference) up 80-71 before Devan Cambridge responded with a quick 3-pointer for Auburn.
Sahvir Wheeler made a pair of foul shots for the Bulldogs and Sharife Cooper countered with a layup to bring the Tigers within 82-76 with 1:42 left. Left to foul, Georgia sank 7 of 8 free throws to secure the win.
The Bulldogs extended their 39-30 halftime lead to 69-54 on Andrew Garcia's layup with 10:44 left before Auburn (10-9, 4-6) began chipping away.
Georgia built a 10-2 lead and never trailed.
The Bulldogs narrowed the all-time series lead to 97-96.
Georgia hosts Vanderbilt on Saturday and Auburn hosts Mississippi.
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