College Basketball

Basketball Recruiting: The Future Is Now.


Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs are about to embark on a miracle mission in the SEC basketball tournament. After finishing third in a league which was almost a punchline at times during the regular...

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Sorry For All the Football from Fox Sports 1


Do you dream of bathing in an unending wave of college football goodness? Do you ever feel like you just see too much of your girlfriend, the sun or your Jack Russell, Bo?  If so, do we have...



Coach of the year kind of stuff. That’s what we saw from Georgia’s Mark Fox this season. Yes, Florida went 18-0 in SEC play and the Gators’ are the nation’s No. 1-ranked team. There is no arguing that Billy Donovan will be deserving of that award and any others that will likely come his way. But for good, old fashioned, roll-up-your-sleeves, quality hard work amid difficult circumstances, there are very few coaches anywhere who can claim to have done a better job that than Fox. Only longtime observers of Georgia basketball can probably fully appreciate what his team managed to accomplish this season. Only one Bulldogs’ team in the 81-year history of the school’s association with the Southeastern Conference has won more conference games. The one that did, the 1990 Bulldogs, won the regular-season championship (with a 13-5 record). Just to provide perspective, only five previous teams in the history of the program managed to win 11 or more conference game and one of those had to vacate them due to improprieties.

Chip Towers puts the Georgia basketball season in perspective.

How Can the Georgia Bulldogs Earn an NIT Bid?

According to the basketball postseason projections posted in the aftermath of Georgia’s loss to Arkansas, the Red and Black are in good, but not great, shape for the NIT. Although DRatings sees the...

Dawgs 73, 'Cocks 56. Young Dogs Do It Again.


Stop me if you've heard this one: Saturday afternoon in Columbia Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs overcame a sluggish start to salt away yet another conference win. It's become the theme of the 2014...

The Roundball Wrap Up: UGA 97, SC 76.


Normally this is where you would get incisive, statistically-supported analysis of the latest Georgia Bulldog basketball victory from our resident roundball raconteur, Kris Aloysius* Willis....

Nemanja Djurisic "Hump Day" Spoof Ad


This was shown on the Sanford Stadium scoreboard last Saturday.

Go 'Dawgs!

Just Saying


I know we are less than 17 days till the kickoff of football and yes, I know we are not in Kentucky; but to show you I have a respectable amount of pessimism for the football season I am sharing a basketball news story.

Shooting Guard Tadric Jackson, the State's #5 overall prospect, had UGA and Tech as finalists up till mid-day and then in somewhat of a surprise selected the North Avenue School over the Classic City.

Mr. Jackson was reasonable in explaining his choice by saying all the right phrases such as "I really wanted to play in the best conference in the country -- that’s the ACC,...Really it’s home. (Georgia Tech) is not that far away, downtown Atlanta, (and) it’s where I want to be."

His Tift County Head Coach was somewhat more direct. Coach Eric Holland said "He wanted to jump in there with the big boys and see how his game stacked up...His dad lives in Macon, and his mother is next to I-75 and can get to Atlanta with no problem. Chris Bolden is his blood cousin, and he has a good relationship with Robert Carter...Then he thought Georgia was a big football school, and basketball didn’t get the same type of support. He wants to play in sold-out gyms and in front of big crowds. And Georgia Tech upgraded their facilities, and Tadric mentioned he liked the opportunity to play in downtown Atlanta."

Maybe the new President will read this and realize that 70 million sitting in the bank could be used to bring quality basketball players to Athens.

Lady Dawgs Play Tonight at 9:00 ADT on ESPN


The Lady Dawgs play Stanford at 9:00 Athens Daylight Time (ADT) on ESPN in the Sweet Sixteen. This will serve as the open thread for the event. There are also a lot of Dawg Sports going on today - Horses, Volleyball, Softball, Baseball.

Georgia Bulldogs All-Sports Friday Comment Thread

Today, the Georgia Bulldogs will be in action in baseball, women's golf, women's lacrosse, softball, and men's tennis . . . and fans of Mark Fox's men's basketball team may want to watch the Iona...

Handicapping the Hoop Hounds' NIT Hopes

Heading into tonight's critical men's basketball showdown with the Alabama Crimson Tide, Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs have a realistic shot at making the NIT field. How well will the Hoop Hounds...

Could the Fox Hounds be Headed to the NIT?

The Georgia Bulldogs have won five straight SEC men's basketball games for the first time in more than a decade. With eight regular-season games remaining, can Mark Fox's team begin contemplating...

Bulldogs Bust Trojans, 64-56

The USC Trojans ventured cross-country to Stegeman Coliseum, where Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs handed the Men of Troy a 64-56 setback to extend the Red and Black men's basketball team's winning...

Bulldogs and Bears and Basketball, Oh My!

It's midday on a weekday, but, nevertheless, Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs are welcoming the Mercer Bears to Stegeman Coliseum for a men's basketball game. If you can't be in the Classic City for the...

'Dawgs Versus Nerds Roundball Open Comment Thread

Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs head to Atlanta on Tuesday evening to take on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in a college basketball game televised on ESPNU. Join us for the game night open comment...

This ain't horse shoes or hand grenades


Georgia's men's hoops teams took home their second moral victory, leading #11 UCLA for most of the game before succumbing 60-56 in the 3rd place game of the Legends Classic tonight in Brooklyn.

Georgia v. UCLA Basketball Game Comment Thread

Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs are 0-3 in the Legends Classic, but they hung with the top-ranked Indiana Hoosiers for 30 minutes on Monday night. Can the Hoop Dogs take down the UCLA Bruins in the...


More questions: Thoughts from Georgetown's way

In preparation for the Legends Classic, I had a little Q&A orgy with all 3 others. You saw the Indiana (Crimson Quarry) yesterday, and UCLA (Bruins Nation) this morning. Well, since Casual Hoya's...

The [coach redacted] Game!


Georgia takes on #11 UCLA as part of the Legends Classic in Brooklyn's Barclay's Center. Tip off is at 7:30, and will be televised on ESPNU.

What to expect from Indiana tonight


Q&A with Indiana's Crimson Quarry before tonight's Georgia vs. Indiana men's hoops game in Brooklyn

Georgia Hoops/ACC Football Open Comment Thread

Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs men's basketball team looks to get back on the winning track in the Progressive Legends Classic, and the North Carolina Tar Heels square off with the Virginia Cavaliers...

Georgia Men's Basketball Plays Tonight on ESPNU

Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs began college basketball season with a win, and the Hoop Hounds look to improve to 2-0 against Youngstown State on ESPNU. Join in the game night open comment thread!

Hoop Dogs Game Night Open Comment Thread

It's basketball season in Bulldog Nation! Mark Fox leads the Hoop Hounds into action against visiting Jacksonville in Stegeman Coliseum. Join in the conversation as the 2012-'13 Georgia roundball...

2012-13 Georgia Men's Basketball Season Preview


Mark Fox begins his 4th season in Athens returning all but two players from last year's team. So, with a "more athletic" and "deeper" team this year, just what can we expect from the Hoop Dawgs?...

Pat Summitt Steps Down as Tennessee Women's Basketball Coach


Pat Summit Steps Down as Tennessee's Women Basketball Coach

Nike Hyper Pro Elite Combat Platinum Super Fantastic Uniforms Are Here!


Nike has just unveiled its Hyper Elite Platinum basketball series. Dawg Sports doesn't so much mind the uniform itself, but couldn't Nike have done a better job on the name, at least?

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