The Georgia Bulldogs are a member of the Southeastern Conference with 19 varsity teams. The men’s basketball team has amassed over 1350 wins since the 1891. Since then, the Bulldogs have appeared in 12 NCAA tournaments and advanced to the Sweet Sixteen twice including an appearance in the 1983 Final Four. Additionally, the Bulldogs have two conference tournament championships in 1983 and 2008 and won a conference regular season championship in 1990. The current head coach at Georgia is Mark Fox. In 2008, Fox led the Bulldogs to their first NCAA tournament at-large appearance since 2002. In the 2014-15 season, Fox accumulated a 21-12 record and his second NCAA tournament appearance with the Bulldogs. The Georgia Bulldogs’ baseball team is consistently one of the more successful baseball programs year in and year out. Georgia won the 1990 College World Series and has appeared in the College World Series in a total of six seasons and was the national runner-up in 2008. In Georgia’s history, the Bulldogs have produced five All-Americans and 51 Major League Baseball players. Georgia’s pride is their football program. The Bulldogs have accumulated a 778-410-54 (.648) record since 1892 including a 28-19-3 record in bowl games. The Bulldogs have two claimed national titles and four unclaimed titles, 14 conference titles (12 in the SEC), seven division titles, two Heisman winners and 24 consensus All-Americans. Additionally, the Bulldogs have produced 16 players and coaches who have been inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Their most recent national championship came in 1980 when head coach Vince Dooley led the Bulldogs to a 12-0 season and beating Notre Dame 17-10 in the Sugar Bowl. The 1980 Bulldogs were led by future Heisman Trophy winner and College Football Hall of Famer, Herschel Walker. Walker earned consensus All-American honors three times in his collegiate career. The Bulldogs are currently being coached by Mark Richt, who will begin his 15th season of coaching in the 2015 season. Richt has accumulated a 136-48 record in his tenure at Georgia and has appeared in 15 bowl games (9-5) and tied or outright won the SEC East six times, winning the SEC twice. During his tenure, Georgia has won 10 or more games in nine of his 14 seasons at the helm. Richt has only one losing season at Georgia (2010).
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5-28-15: The Georgia Bulldogs men's basketball team will enter the 2015-16 NCAA season rebuffed by two player hopefuls in Tevin Mack and James White. Both considered probable signings for the Bulldogs, Mack decided to bring his talents to Shaka Smart at Texas while White opted for Georgia Tech.
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2015 Georgia Bulldogs Football Schedule
09/05/2015 - Georgia Bulldogs vs Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks at Sanford Stadium
09/12/2015 - Vanderbilt Commodores vs Georgia Bulldogs at Vanderbilt Stadium
09/19/2015 - Georgia Bulldogs vs South Carolina Gamecocks at Sanford Stadium
09/26/2015 - Georgia Bulldogs vs Southern Jaguars at Sanford Stadium
10/03/2015 - Georgia Bulldogs vs Alabama Crimson Tide at Sanford Stadium
10/10/2015 - Tennessee Volunteers vs Georgia Bulldogs at Neyland Stadium
10/17/2015 - Georgia Bulldogs vs Missouri Tigers at Sanford Stadium
10/31/2015 - Georgia Bulldogs vs Florida Gators at EverBank Field (Formerly Jacksonville Municipal Stadium)
11/07/2015 - Georgia Bulldogs vs UK Wildcats at Sanford Stadium
11/14/2015 - Auburn Tigers vs Georgia Bulldogs at Jordan-Hare Stadium
11/21/2015 - Georgia Bulldogs vs Georgia Southern Eagles at Sanford Stadium
11/28/2015 - Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets vs Georgia Bulldogs at Bobby Dodd Stadium