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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...

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?

Bulldog Basketball and the Audacity of Hope

Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs men's basketball team has managed to win two of its last three SEC games. Is this cause for confidence or a dead cat bounce?

UGA v. LSU Basketball Open Comment Thread

Can Mark Fox get his Georgia Bulldogs men's basketball team turned around in time for their SEC date with the LSU Tigers on Saturday night? Join us for the comment thread as we cheer on the Hoop Hounds.

Bulldogs Beat Bulldogs in Basketball, 72-61

Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs hung tough with Mississippi State for 31 minutes of Saturday's SEC men's basketball game, but the Red and Black ultimately fell to 0-2 in conference play in a double-digit setback.

Gators Break One Off In Hapless Hoop Hounds, 77-44

The Georgia Bulldogs opened SEC play with an embarrassing 77-44 loss suffered at the hands of the hated Florida Gators in Gainesville. As bad as it was, it easily could have been worse.

Gaels Down 'Dawgs in Overtime

The Georgia Bulldogs 2012-'13 basketball season just got a whole lot worse, as Mark Fox's team fell in overtime to the visiting Iona Gaels, 81-78.

Georgia basketball schedule: We're gonna make you like it

The SEC announced this year's men's basketball schedule last week. That means Georgia can announce their entire 2012-2013 men's basketball schedule. With a trip to Italy in the books, the season...

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Georgia Bulldogs at LSU Tigers Doom, Gloom, and Agony Basketball Thread

If you couldn't make the trip to Baton Rouge to see Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs take on the LSU Tigers in an SEC men's basketball game, stop by Dawg Sports to take part in the Ash Wednesday game day open comment thread!

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