Humphrey passes 1,000-points mark in Georgia rout

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Tasha Humphrey scored 30 points to help
No. 15 Georgia rout No. 24 Florida 92-55 on Sunday.

The Bulldogs, who beat the Gators 89-70 in Athens, Ga. on Jan.
8, trailed 17-13 in the rematch before going on a 34-12 run.
Humphrey scored inside twice in a row to tie the game and Georgia
(14-6, 5-2 SEC) scored on 16 consecutive possessions, ending the
half with a 47-29 advantage.

Florida (15-5, 3-4) saw all hopes of a comeback end when Georgia
opened the second half with a 15-4 run to make the score 62-33.

Sherill Baker scored 15 for Georgia, which had five scorers in
double figures and shot 54.0 percent. Megan Darrah and Cori
Chambers added 13 points.

Danielle Santos led Florida with 17 points, one off her season
high. Sha Brooks scored nine, but was only 3-for-12 from the field
as the Bulldogs limited the Gators to 39.5-percent shooting.
Florida has lost two in a row after entering the Top 25 at the
beginning of the week for the first time since 2004.

Baker broke the SEC career record for steals with her 373rd in
the first half as the Bulldogs forced 16 turnovers and scored 19
points off of them. She finished with five steals, slightly below
her average of 5.2, and is on pace to be the first NCAA player to
average five or more steals in a season since 1995-96.