ATHENS, Ga. — Andy Landers is back in familiar territory: The round of 16.
That's never been much of an issue for the Georgia coach. He's guided the Lady Bulldogs this far 19 times over the last three decades.
Going all the way, that's where things get tough.
Landers has won more 800 games in his career, but he's never won a national championship. No women's coach has so many victories without capturing at least one title.
The Last Bulldogs are back to try again. They'll face Texas A&M in the semifinals of the Dallas Regional on Sunday. If Georgia can win two games in Dallas, it's off to the Final Four in Indianapolis with a chance to finally give Landers the only thing missing from his resume.
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