The Bulldogs were 8-5 through the non-conference schedule. The most realistic options for making it to 16 wins are:
- Option A:
8-8 SEC Regular Season
0-1 SEC Tourney
7-9 SEC Regular Season
1-1 SEC Tourney
|4||2/10||9:00 p.m.||CSS||at Auburn|
|5||3/6||5:00 p.m.||FSN||at LSU|
|6||1/30||7:00 p.m.||FSN||at SC|
|9||2/25||7:00 p.m.||ESPNU||at Vandy|
|10||1/27||7:00 p.m.||CSS||at UF|
|11||2/17||8:00 p.m.||SECN||at UT|
Just remember that every time we lose a game against a team with an easier degree of difficulty, we have to make up that win against a team with a tougher degree of difficulty.
One piece of minor good news...we only play two more road weekend games this season. In the SEC, the weekend crowds are much larger and tougher. It's not a big thing, but it's a little helpful. The bad news...we've only won 2 road games in the past three seasons.
In case you were wondering, we'd probably need 10 SEC wins plus two SEC tourney wins to make the NCAA Tourney, and we're a long way from talking about that. The next two games at Florida on Wednesday and at South Carolina on Saturday are big opportunities. Particularly, the game vs. the Chickens.
What are your thoughts? Do I have the rankings wildly out of order?