Georgia Bulldogs Schedule in 2013-14
The Georgia Bulldogs are ready to guard their home court this season as they
seem some of the top teams in the college hoops world take the floor at their home arena. The Bulldogs have a roster brimming
with talent, which is often the case with this illustrious program. The Bulldogs call the Southeastern Conference home, where
they're annually pitted against some of the toughest teams in college hoops. Georgia fans regularly see these conference foes
take the court Stageman Coliseum for huge matchups with the Bulldogs, and everyone always gets more excited for a rivalry
game. The Bulldogs are coming off a 2012-13 season in which they narrowly missed out on posting a.500 record. However, the
team did win nine of their 18 SEC games, which is an accomplishment in itself. Still, the Bulldogs have their sights set higher
this season and are looking to climb the ranks of the SEC standings in an effort land in the NCAA Tournament this spring.
With loads of big matchups on their home schedule, the Bulldogs will have plenty of opportunities to prove that they're a
real contender in the conference this season, and they'll need the support of their biggest fans in house to urge them on
to some huge victories throughout 2013-14.
The Bulldogs will have a tough game on their hands on February 25th when
the Missouri Tigers hit the court in Athens. The Tigers always have a talented group of players that is looking to make their
mark on the SEC, and the Bulldogs are going to have to play their best basketball to send the Tigers back to Missouri with
a loss. This should be a fantastic game to catch in person, and the stands at Stageman Coliseum are sure to be packed to the
brim with diehard Bulldogs fans.
The Mississippi State Bulldogs will come into Stageman Coliseum in what will be the
battle of the Bulldogs this season. This will be the final home game of the regular season for Georgia, so the stands are
likely to be packed to the brim with screaming fans that simply want to see their team go out with a victory this season.
The final game of the season always means a little extra, as it can often give a team the momentum they need to carry them
deep into the conference tournament and possible the NCAA Tournament as well.
Georgia Bulldogs History
Georgia Bulldogs basketball program has been around for many decades, and they are certainly some of the most popular sports
tickets on campus. The Georgia basketball team is attempting to build its program around some promising new recruits, so fans
have high expectations for the Bulldogs in the coming years as they look to continue their basketball prominence. The Bulldogs
program dates all the way back to the 1890s, when they were a founding member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association.
The team now participates in the Southeastern Conference, a conference they have called home since 1932. The Bulldogs have
won the SEC Tournament twice, and has been to the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament one time. The Bulldogs are looking to
return to the Final Four as soon as this season.
Georgia Bulldogs Trivia
In what season did the Georgia
Bulldogs reach their only Final Four?
The answer is 1983, which stands as the best season in the history of this program.
Great Players for the Georgia Bulldogs
The Georgia Bulldogs have seen many a great player step onto the basketball
court to fight for the glory of this program. The best player to ever don the Bulldogs uniform was surely Dominique Wilkins.
After some great seasons at Georgia, Wilkins went on to star in the National Basketball Association, staying in the state
of Georgia by playing for the Atlanta Hawks. Wilkins made a name for himself as one of the best players in the NBA during
his time in the league and has some classic battles with fellow superstar Michael Jordan. The two players put on one of the
most incredible shows in the history of the NBA's slam dunk contest one year. Wilkins was inducted into the Georgia basketball
Hall of Fame in 2006, and is the sole member. His nephew, Damien Wilkins, also played at Georgia and went on to play in the
NBA as well. The next great Bulldogs player could be right around the corner.
Georgia Bulldogs Fan Traditions
fans of the Georgia Bulldogs basketball team head to the arena for a home game, they know they're going to be greeted by Uga,
the team's mascot. This English bulldog even graced the cover of Sports Illustrated, making him one of the most famous mascots
in the history of sports. Fans love to head to a game and cheer for the Bulldogs every time they take the court at home, and
you can join them in the stands at Stageman Coliseum for all the exciting hoops action you can handle.