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Conference Record: 9-7
Biggest Wins: Kentucky, Arkansas, At Tennessee, Auburn(SEC Tourney)
Toughest Losses: Tennessee, Both Florida games, Both Alabama games
Georgia got their conference schedule off with a bang with a huge 77-70 upset over the then No. 11 Kentucky Wildcats.
It was the biggest win for Georgia this season and was the first significant win in the Mark Fox era.
The 60-59 Arkansas win is bigger looking back on it than it was at the time.
The Arkansas team seemed to be well on its way to a possible tourney bid, but three straight losses to end the season put a damper on any chance.
Had Georgia lost that game, it would have given them a bit of a hit when the selections were made.
After losing to Tennessee on a last second basket (over the back, though it wasn't called), Georgia desperately needed to defeat the Vols when they made the trip to Knoxville in mid-February.
And after having not beaten them in Knoxville in 10 years, Georgia pulled out 69-63 win that may have been more beneficial than the Kentucky win.
The last big win was defeating Auburn in the first SEC tournament game.
It's not that Auburn was a team that was successful this year and really boosted their chances.
Instead, it was a game that many thought clinched a berth in the NCAA tournament.
It may not have, because I was still extremely nervous, but it was a big win because we didn't allow them to defeat us and hurt our standing with the selection committee.
If this year's Florida games are any sign for future match-ups, I don't know if I'll live through another season. While the final scores of both may lead some to believe it wasn't a close game, that was hardly the case.
The first game against Florida was an all time classic between the two teams, as Georgia made a late run and last second shot to send the game to its first overtime.
Florida's Erving Walker then hit a last second three pointer to send the game to a double overtime before foul troubles led to a rather easy win.
The second matchup was extremely close until the final minute, when Georgia's inability to make shots while Florida knocked down free throws stretched the lead.
Georgia should have won at least one of the games against Alabama, particularly the most recent matchup between the two.
Both losses were by a combined 14 points, with the one Friday as an overtime loss. The craziest thing? Alabama didn't make the tournament.
Overall, Georgia could have done much better in conference play, possibly even winning 12 games. But close losses at least means they didn't get put down too bad by the selection committee.