Georgia basketball announced its completed schedule for the 2021-22 season on Thursday afternoon.
Georgia men's basketball's two-time opponents and the location of all the Bulldogs' SEC matchups for the 2021-22 season have been announced.
New Georgia men's basketball player Dalen Ridgnal named Junior College Male Athlete of the Year award for his performance at Cowley College last season.
The former SEC Freshman of the Year was drafted No. 1 overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves and played all 72 games for Minnesota, the only rookie to do so. Edwards also led the league’s rookies in points per game as he averaged 19.3 points this season.
Tom Crean announced the additions of Wade Mason and J.D. Powell in the roles of assistant coach and director of recruiting and operations respectively.
Given Georgia’s roster turnover, The Red & Black asked University of Georgia students for their thoughts on the program’s potential in the coming years.
With the news of five key players’ intentions of transferring out of the program, Georgia, who struggled to succeed even when it rostered NBA prospects, faces a dramatic roster turnover and unsure future.
Wheeler was the Bulldogs’ leading scorer and averaged 7.3 assists per game in the 2020-21 season, which led the SEC and was fifth in the country.
While sibling relationships definitely have a competitive element, as they’ve grown older, Julia and Anna Hall have been able to balance it with support for each other.
In the 11 days following the Georgia’s second-round exit in the SEC Tournament against Missouri, the Bulldogs have had quite a bit of roster movement.
Georgia head coach Tom Crean said he’s told the NCAA that Georgia wants to play in the National Invitation Tournament, and he has plenty of arguments to back up why the Bulldogs should be offered a bid.
Georgia is seeded three places higher than last season at No. 10 and is matched up with a Missouri team it took down already once this season.
Georgia lost to Alabama 89-79 Saturday afternoon at Stegeman Coliseum. Following the loss to the Crimson Tide, Georgia’s overall record moves to 14-11 (7-11 SEC).
Saturday’s game counts as the Bulldogs’ tenth consecutive loss to the Gamecocks, and Tom Crean’s sixth since taking over as head coach in 2018.
Georgia lost to South Carolina 91-70 Saturday afternoon at Stegeman Coliseum. Following the loss to the Gamecocks, Georgia’s overall record moves to 14-10 and 7-10 in the SEC.
Despite the fact that Georgia’s recently scheduled SEC closer against Alabama will be held in Stegeman Coliseum on March 6, the Bulldogs are moving forward with senior day activities against South Carolina.