The Georgia Bulldogs have not been a team that has often depended on home runs to win games. It would be hard to determine that on Tuesday night though when Georgia used four monster home runs and late clutch hitting to beat Clemson 8-7 at Foley Field.
In a back-and-forth battle, Parks Harber’s walk-off double won the game for the Bulldogs, who fought against adversity multiple times on Tuesday night. Georgia improved to 24-12 (7-8) on the season, winning its third game in a row.
“We showed a lot of toughness,” said Georgia head coach Scott Stricklin.