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2018 Schedule
18-15, 11th in SEC
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4d

Scott leaves Holy Cross, joins Crean at Georgia

After two years as an assistant at Holy Cross, Joe Scott has joined Tom Crean's staff at Georgia. Crean was hired to replace Mark Fox at Georgia last month. Scott has spent 27 years as a college coach.

Takeaways from SEC men's basketball (2:36)
Crean introduced as Georgia's head coach (1:47)
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38d

Crean enthusiastic as he takes Georgia job

Tom Crean opened his first news conference at Georgia by talking for almost 27 minutes before fielding his first question, saying, "The foundation is here."

Crean: Georgia is a 'gold-mine destination' (4:20)
Crean a 'home-run hire' for Georgia (0:40)
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44d

Georgia won't play in NIT; Matta visit planned

Georgia will not accept a bid, if offered, to play in the NIT after firing coach Mark Fox. A source close to the discussions told ESPN's Jeff Goodman that Thad Matta is scheduled to meet with school officials Monday.

Pitino open to coaching in NBA or college basketball (1:32)
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45dJeff Goodman and Jeff Borzello

Whom should Georgia hire to replace Mark Fox?

Georgia parted ways with Mark Fox on Saturday, leaving open an underrated job in a recruiting hotbed. Who could wind up in Athens? There are likely some familiar names on their wish list.

Bilas: 'Fox is a great choice' for teams looking for coach (1:16)
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45d

Georgia to move quickly in coaching search

Unlikely to make the NCAA tournament for a third straight season, Georgia fired coach Mark Fox on Saturday. Fox went 166-133 in nine seasons with the Bulldogs.

Kentucky rolls past UGA, advances to semifinals (2:02)
Everyone gets a touch on Kentucky fast break (0:24)
No. 12 seed Georgia takes down No. 5 seed Mizzou (2:54)
46d

Georgia spoils Porter Jr.'s return, beats Missouri 62-60

Yante Maten scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Georgia spoiled the return of heralded freshman Michael Porter Jr. with a in a 62-60 victory over Missouri in the second round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament on Thursday.

Missouri falls in Porter's return (0:39)
Maten: 'We're a tremendous team' (1:28)

Team Stats

Points Per Game68.1301st
Rebounds Per Game39.416th
Assists Per Game12.2283rd
Points Allowed66.743rd

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record7-12
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances12