The win ended an 8 game losing streak, and it gave Georgia some fresh momentum heading into Tuesday night's game vs. Georgia Tech at Turner Field.
If the season ended today, UGA would be the #5 seed in the SEC Tourney. Per SECSports.com:
*1. LSUFor UGA to move higher than the #5 seed, the following scenarios would have to unfold:
*2. FLORIDA (1st Place in East)
*4. OLE MISS
*7. SOUTH CAROLINA
#11. MISSISSIPPI STATE
* Clinched a SEC Tournament Berth
# Eliminated from SEC Tournament Contention
- #2 Seed - They could land here by sweeping South Carolina in Columbia *and* the Gators being swept by Kentucky in Gainesville. That would give us the SEC East title and the automatic higher seed. UGA is only 2 games back from UF in the standings, but the Gators hold the tie-breaker. Wildly unlikely scenario.
#3 Seed - I think this is mathematically impossible due to the quirk of the Tide having played and lost one fewer game this year due to weather problems.
#4 Seed - Dawgs would need to sweep the Gamecocks and Ole Miss would need to be swept at Arkansas. This is unlikely, but it's not as out of the question as the 2 Seed scenario.
#5 Seed - UGA must win 2 of three against SC. They only have a one game lead over the Chickens.
#6 Seed or Lower - Lose 2 of 3 or worse, and it just gets ugly. It's unlikely,but we could fall all the way to 8th if we are swept by SC and Vandy sweeps the Vols.
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