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August 20, 2013

2013-14 SEC basketball schedule

Full release here. Good news, we miss Kentucky, Tennessee, and Florida at home. While that means a very quiet Stegeman, it means we avoid facing two of the three toughest teams in the conference twice. It also means we have to face them on the road.

UGA's slate looks like this:

South Carolina
Texas A&M
Ole Miss
Mississippi State
Mississippi State
South Carolina

We have Arkansas, South Carolina, LSU, Missouri, and Mississippi State twice. As far as a difficulty range goes, this is probably as good as it gets. From a fan interest stand point, there is a lot of work to be done.

Full schedule, including TV
Wednesday, January 8
Georgia at Missouri (8:00 p.m., SEC Network)

Saturday, January 11
Alabama at Georgia (4:00 p.m., SEC Network)

Tuesday, January 14
Georgia at Florida (7:00 p.m., ESPNU)

Saturday, January 18
Arkansas at Georgia (1:30 p.m., SEC Network)

Wednesday, January 22
South Carolina at Georgia (8:00 p.m., SEC Network)

Saturday, January 25
Georgia at Kentucky (1:30 p.m., SEC Network)

Wednesday, January 29
Vanderbilt at Georgia (7:00 p.m., CSS)

Saturday, February 1
Georgia at Auburn (1:30 p.m., SEC Network)

Thursday, February 6
LSU at Georgia (7:00 p.m., ESPN/2)

Saturday, February 8
Texas A&M at Georgia (TBD, CSS)

Wednesday, February 12
Georgia at Mississippi State (9:00 p.m., FSN)

Saturday, February 15
Ole Miss at Georgia (4:00 p.m., FSN)

Tuesday, February 18
Georgia at Tennessee (9:00 p.m., ESPNU)

Saturday, February 22
Georgia at South Carolina (1:30 p.m., SEC Network)

Tuesday, February 25
Missouri at Georgia (9:00 p.m., ESPNU)

Saturday, March 1
Georgia at Arkansas (4:00 p.m., SEC Network)

Wednesday, March 5
Mississippi State at Georgia (7:00 p.m., CSS)

Saturday, March 8
Georgia at LSU (5:00 p.m., FSN)

The way too premature look at this is that our OOC Strength of Schedule is terrible. We could only lose two or three of those and still be sub-150 RPI. Nothing about our home schedule is going to help us, save Missouri and possibly Ole Miss. Nor is only facing UK and Florida once on the season doing us any favors. If we are to make any kind of post season tourney, we'll have to win at least 10 SEC games, and even then it won't be a guarantied NIT thing unless we win some of those road games.


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