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Let the Madness Begin: Some Love for the Committee & Other Thoughts

March 17th, 2008
Georgia

Let the Madness begin! With the dance cards officially punched, the best three weeks in sports are set to begin. Among the participants:

Picture of the Day: Sundiata Gaines & Surprise Georgia

March 17th, 2008
GeorgiaThanks to our friends over at Icon Sports Media, we now have access to thousands of great college basketball photos to use on the site.  Each day, CHN will feature a Picture of the Day, which might include a newsworthy, funny, or simply interesting subject. At the bottom will be a caption or headline that might be informative or amusing. The possibilities are endless!

 

2008 NCAA Tournament Capsule: Georgia

March 15th, 2008

Georgia Bulldogs

Southeastern Conference (17-16, 4-12)

 

Seed: #14

West Region

 

Team of the Moment: Georgia

March 15th, 2008
Georgia

Georgia
15-16 (4-12 SEC East)

Computer numbers (through Friday; courtesy of kenpom.com): RPI 141, SOS 47

Results today: Defeated Kentucky 60-56 in an SEC quarterfinal and Mississippi State 64-60 in an SEC semifinal.

2007-08 Georgia Basketball Preview

October 1st, 2007
Georgia

Georgia Bulldogs

 

Iona hires new assistant, and a great attendance policy at Georgia

June 7th, 2007

According to Dick "Hoops" Weiss of the New York Daily News, Iona has hired former Seton Hall point guard Shaheen Holloway as an assistant coach. Holloway spent last season at his alma mater, helping out first year head coach Bobby Gonzalez in South Orange as a graduate assistant. With the amount of youth in the Gaels' backcourt, this is a very good hire. Iona had trouble in the backcourt last season due to injuries and inexperience. Returnees such as Milan Prodanovic, Mike Harris and De'Shaune Griffin should benefit from Holloway's presence on the staff.

Daily Dribble: 12/17

December 17th, 2006
Drake

I already discussed half of Saturday's action in last evening's Dribble.. so check that out if there's something missing below.

Georgia picked up their biggest win in the Dennis Felton era by knocking off #19 Gonzaga. The game was played at a very high tempo.. which ended up being perfect for Georgia's athletes. Levi Stukes led all scorers with 25 and Sundiata Gaines also scored 21 as the 7-1 Bulldogs racked up 96 points. Gonzaga fell to 9-3 despite shooting 59% from the floor. The difference in the game was turnovers, as Georgia forced 21 turnovers while only giving it up 12 times. The only big wins under Dennis Felton have been in SEC play, as Georgia knocked off Kentucky in 04, and Bama last year, but this was probably the best one yet. Perhaps this will knock Gonzaga out of the Top 25.. but they have a chance to make a majro statement this week when they face the #9 Duke Blue Devils.

SEC Player & Freshman of the Week

December 4th, 2006
Georgia

Ben Hansbrough and Mike Mercer take weekly awards.