For UGA's Athletic Association staff, finding new and innovative ways to keep fans coming back -- and coming back happy -- is at the forefront of the school's ever-expanding spectator amenities.
Georgia wasn't expected to maintain its success from the 2010-11 season with its personnel losses. But the Bulldogs hope this season's 15-17 mark is a minor blip on the radar.
In a rebuilding season full of disappointments, coach Mark Fox wants to make sure his players find some confidence and the right frame of mind to respond well to adversity -- and a 1-7 SEC record.
Senior guard Dustin Ware thinks Georgia's tough non-conference slate prepared a youth-laden roster for the rigors of Southeastern Conference play.
Georgia basketball coach Mark Fox acknowledges that his program was ill-prepared to absorb the blow from losing its two best players.
For Georgia's guards, the upside to a rebuilding post game is they have more opportunities to score from the perimeter. The downside is the Bulldogs' shooters have not been particularly accurate with those extra chances.
Coach Mark Fox is still searching for consistency from his young frontcourt while bigger opponents try to exploit Georgia's inexperience .
Closer to the SEC title game than they have been in six years, the Bulldogs can't and won't lose sight of this week's Kentucky game, the final hurdle in their run for the SEC East crown.
Mark Fox showed that he could get the Bulldogs to the NCAA tournament, but after losing most of his key players an encore will be a tall order.