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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?...

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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...

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!

Alabama Crimson Tide 65, Georgia Bulldogs 59: The Instantaneous Ill-Informed Roundball Wrapup


The Georgia Bulldogs built up a 14-point second-half lead on the Alabama Crimson Tide in Friday afternoon's men's basketball game, but, with a possible NCAA Tournament berth on the line, Mark Fox's...

Georgia Bulldogs v. Alabama Crimson Tide: The Haphazard Ill-Informed Roundball Preview


Less than a week after ending the regular season with a loss in Tuscaloosa, Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs will face the Alabama Crimson Tide in the second round of the SEC men's basketball...


Georgia Bulldogs v. Alabama Crimson Tide SEC Basketball Tournament Game Day Open Comment Thread

March 11, 2011Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Georgia1:00 EasternTV: SEC NetworkInternet TV: ESPN3 Live Stats: Gametracker 21-10 (10-7) 20-10 (12-4) As of roughly 24 hours ago, the Alabama...

Georgia Bulldogs 69, Auburn Tigers 51: The Instantaneous Ill-Informed Roundball Wrapup


In a game the Georgia Bulldogs could not afford to lose if the Fox Hounds were to have any hope of making the NCAA men's basketball tournament field, the Red and Black defeated the Auburn Tigers by...

Georgia Bulldogs Wednesday Afternoon NCAA Tournament Bracket Watch


SB Nation's latest NCAA men's basketball tournament bracket projection has been released, and the Georgia Bulldogs remain on the bubble. Dawg Sports lets fans of Mark Fox's team know which way to...

Georgia Bulldogs Wednesday Morning NCAA Tournament Bracket Watch


Which of Tuesday night's college basketball conference tournament results affected the Georgia Bulldogs' NCAA Tournament chances? Dawg Sports examines where the Fox Hounds stand in the Wednesday...

Georgia Bulldogs Projected as Ten Seed in NCAA Basketball Tournament


SB Nation's Chris Dobbertean projects Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs to be a ten seed in the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Which opponent will the Red and Black draw in the first round?

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