The Georgia Bulldogs(14-6, 3-4) have lost four of their last six games after a 12-2 start. They are currently in last place of the highly competitive SEC East, and most could argue that they would be in first if they were in the West division.
Georgia has had a tough little stretch of games, having to play Tennessee, Florida, and Kentucky in three of their last four games. It doesn’t seem like pressure is getting to Georgia, and in two of the games it wasn’t like they just got manhandled or were seen as just simply being less talented, but it is what it is at this point.
Georgia still controls their future when it comes to making the NCAA tournament. Pulling out six of their last 10 SEC games along with beating Xavier February 8th should put the Bulldogs in a great position prior to the SEC tournament.
Fans look at this Georgia team and see how they could be in first in the division and poised for an easy berth to the tournament though, and it makes it a tad frustrating. There is still huge potential to finish strong this year, and here are five things they can do to improve their play and chances.