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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...

Has the Mark Richt "Hot Seat" Nonsense Resumed?

Is Mark Richt back on the hot seat? Is Mark Fox on the verge of leading the Georgia Bulldogs to the CBI? These questions are up for discussion on this Slow News Day Tuesday.

We're Doomed

The Georgia Bulldogs saw their SEC-best five-game winning streak snapped in Tuesday's men's basketball game against the Alabama Crimson Tide, likely ending the Hoop Dogs' NIT chances. Is Mark Fox's team bad, unlucky, cursed, or doomed?

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 the possibility of an NIT bid?

Georgia Bulldogs v. Mississippi State Bulldogs: Q&A with For Whom the Cowbell Tolls

What should fans expect when the SEC's two sets of Bulldogs, Mark Fox's Georgia squad and Rick Stansbury's Mississippi State team, square off in the conference men's basketball tournament tonight? SB Nation's team blogs exchange interview questions previewing the matchup.

Georgia Bulldogs Men's Basketball Season Preview: Mark Fox's Hoop Hounds Face Another Daunting Slate

Coming off of an NCAA Tournament berth last year, Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs hope to maintain momentum during the 2011-'12 college basketball season. Dawg Sports breaks down the Hoop Hounds' non-conference and SEC slates.

Friday Morning Dawg Bites: Aaron Murray Returns to Athens, Washaun Ealey Departs

Friday is a busy day for the Georgia Bulldogs, as Aaron Murray is returning to Athens, Washaun Ealey is departing, and the Diamond Dogs are gearing up for the Creighton Bluejays. Dawg Sports brings you up to speed in the Friday morning Dawg bites.

How to Implement an 18-Game SEC Basketball Schedule Without Doing Away with the Divisions

The SEC is discussing doing away with the divisions in basketball and switching to an 18-game conference schedule. Dawg Sports has a solution which would allow the league to keep its divisions, make the SEC Tournament seeding more fair, renew old rivalries, and increase the number of conference games.

Chris Dobbertean Has Georgia Headed for Play-In Game

According to SB Nation's latest bracket projection, yesterday's outcome in the Georgia Dome changed the fortunes of both contestants, as Alabama worked its way up to a play-in game against Richmond and Georgia dropped down to a play-in game against St. Mary's. The winner of the latter contest is projected to head to Chicago to face five seed Arizona. Interestingly enough, Georgia is scheduled to play St. Mary's in baseball tomorrow. Go 'Dawgs!

Georgia, one of the "next four teams" in our Friday Bracketology projection (meaning they didn't...

Georgia, one of the "next four teams" in our Friday Bracketology projection (meaning they didn't need to worry about traveling to the Opening Round in Dayton), is in serious trouble of not making the NCAA Tournament now. The Bulldogs had a 14-point lead on Alabama with seven minutes to go in their SEC Tournament quarterfinal in Atlanta, but fell to the Crimson Tide in overtime, 65-59. . . . With that result, Georgia is out and Alabama is in, right? Not so fast. Georgia still has a profile that's worthy of some consideration, while Alabama's is still lacking.

Chris Dobbertean offers a little (a very little) hope. Go 'Dawgs!
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