Baker and Hardrick led the team with five assists each, while Baker and Chambers brought down a team-high seven rebounds apiece. Alexis Kendrick record her 499th assist
The Lady Bulldogs went into halftime with a 25-point lead and never looked back. They had their largest lead of 43 points at the 8:45 mark of the second half. The team had more steals (21) than fouls (19) against Mississippi State.
"We balanced the minutes tonight, so hopefully we'll be fresh for the next one (LSU on Sunday)," said Landers. "That's a good thing, sharing the load on minutes, as we prepare for an LSU team with great legs. LSU is awfully athletic. They are quick and very good offensively and defensively. They may well be the best team in the country. It will be a tall, quick challenge, but it's one we're looking forward to."
Amy Reeder led Mississippi State with nine points off the bench. The team committed a total of 32 turnovers.
"Going into the game we knew that Doceide [Warren] might not play at all," said Mississippi State Head Coach Sharon Fanning. "She just couldn't get us in the flow and we were rushing things. She needed to be able to penetrate a little bit better for us. I give credit to Georgia. They put a lot of pressure on the ball and it takes people out of the offense position."
The Lady Bulldogs will host the No.3-ranked LSU Lady Tigers on Sunday at 3 p.m.