Rewind: Mason better prepared for Tech this time

12:55 pm Nov. 24, 2014

MONDAY MORNING REWIND:

1. If Hutson Mason has his way, Mike Bobo is going down.

Currently the Bulldogs’ offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach, Bobo established the UGA record for completion percentage in a season when he was

Bulldogs denied permission to talk to Tech’s Robert Carter

6:51 pm May. 14, 2014

ATHENS – Georgia wanted to talk to Robert Carter about possibly playing basketball for the Bulldogs. But Georgia Tech wouldn’t give them that chance.

Greg McGarity, UGA’s athletic director, confirmed Wednesday that he personally asked Georgia Tech for permission to speak to the 6-foot-8, 245-pound forward about a possible transfer. But that request was denied by the Yellow Jackets’ athletic director Mike Bobinski.

“Well, as per NCAA rules, we asked for permission

Mark Fox likes UK tonight, says NCAA Tournament ‘validates SEC is pretty good’

2:44 pm Apr. 7, 2014

Atlanta Journal-Constitution recruiting reporter Michael Carvell talked to Georgia basketball coach Mark Fox on Monday for some recruiting stories he’s working on. But while he had him on the phone he asked him about tonight’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship game between Kentucky and UConn.

Shockingly, Fox likes the SEC’s Wildcat’s in that game.

“I’ve got my SEC pom poms on,” Fox said. “I’m sticking with the SEC.”

“I actually told our team when

McGarity speaks frankly about expectations for Georgia basketball program

3:09 pm Apr. 2, 2014

ATHENS – The University of Georgia on Wednesday announced a two-year contract extension for men’s basketball coach Mark Fox. That means it will expire at the end of the 2017-18 season.

Fox’s fifth Georgia team went 20-14 this past season and finished in a tie for second place in the SEC with a 12-6. Fox has an overall record of 85-77 and an SEC record of 40-44 heading into his sixth season.

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Bulldogs inspired, motivated by Mercer’s stunning win over Duke

5:49 pm Mar. 21, 2014

Not that they need any more at the moment, but the Mercer Bears have some fans in the Georgia Bulldogs. In fact, one Bulldog in particular predicted Mercer’s upset over Duke in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday.

“That’s one of the upsets I called right,” said Georgia point guard Charles Mann, shortly before the Bulldogs’ practice Friday and soon after the Bears’ 79-71 victory. “Me and J.J.