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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 have to finish to make it into postseason play, however?

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 Coaches: Is Their Stock Rising, Falling, or Holding Steady?

Is the stock of the Georgia Bulldogs' coaches rising, falling, or holding steady? Dawg Sports looks at Mark Richt, Todd Grantham, Mark Fox, Jay Clark, David Perno, and Andy Landers.

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.

Diamond Dogs Need to Beat Two Top Three Teams in Consecutive Games to Extend Season

In order to make the NCAA Baseball Tournament field, David Perno's Diamond Dogs must beat two of the top three teams in the country in back-to-back games. Can the Georgia Bulldogs defeat both the South Carolina Gamecocks and the Florida Gators?

ON THE BUBBLE (IN): Georgia, Auburn, Mississippi, Mississippi State . . . Auburn and Georgia have...

ON THE BUBBLE (IN): Georgia, Auburn, Mississippi, Mississippi State . . . Auburn and Georgia have strong enough RPIs and enough quality wins that both should be fine if they can finish above .500 overall. Both teams enter this weekend at 25-23 and need to make hay against Tennessee (Auburn's final regular-season opponent) and Kentucky (which Georgia plays this week). While the Diamond Dogs are in a good position with the country's toughest strength of schedule and a top 20 RPI, the problem is their 25-24 record: Georgia cannot afford to finish at or below .500, which means winning four of their final seven regular-season games and one game in Hoover to finish 30-29. At this point, every game is a must-win. Go 'Dawgs!

Dawg Sports Interviews Chris Dobbertean About the Georgia Bulldogs and the NCAA Tournament

SB Nation's Chris Dobbertean sat for an interview with Dawg Sports regarding the Georgia Bulldogs' prospects for the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Find out the latest on the bracketology for Mark Fox's Bulldogs.

How Should Fans of the Georgia Bulldogs Root in Wednesday Night's Basketball Games?

As the Georgia Bulldogs attempt to nail down an invitation to the NCAA men's basketball tournament, every game matters for the all-important RPI. Dawg Sports explains how Georgia hoops fans should root in Wednesday night's games . . . including why it's better if the Duke Blue Devils lose.

Georgia Bulldogs 60, South Carolina Gamecocks 56: The Instantaneous Ill-Informed Roundball Wrapup

Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs built up a commanding halftime lead in Columbia, but the visiting Hoop Hounds had to hold on to win their SEC East men's basketball game against the South Carolina Gamecocks, prevailing 60-56.

Georgia Bulldogs v. Auburn Tigers: The Haphazard Ill-Informed Roundball Preview

Mark Fox's Georgia Bulldogs are ready to host Tony Barbee's Auburn Tigers for an SEC men's basketball game in Stegeman Coliseum on Saturday. Dawg Sports previews a rivalry matchup that may feature silver britches on the hardwood.

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