Georgia Bulldogs Tickets More Bark Than Bite?
The 2008-2009 SEC Standings show LSU, Florida, Mississippi State, South Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Mississippi, Auburn, Alabama and Arkansas ahead of the Georgia Bulldogs. It doesn't spell the end of the line but they're not headed to the top at this rate either. But with less than a dozen games left, perhaps the handwriting is already on the wall. February 11, the Bulldogs will take on Tennessee as visitors. On February 14 the Bulldogs take on Florida. February 18 is Auburn then away on February 21 to play against Mississippi followed by a return home to play Vanderbilt on February 25. The final three games in March are to be held on the 1st, 4th and 7th against Arkansas, Kentucky and South Carolina respectively.Barking out onto the court for the Bulldogs this season are senior Tyler Whatley (0) from Auburn Georgia standing 6'7", freshman Dustin Ware (3) from Powder Springs Georgia at 5'11", sophomore Chris Barnes (4) from Riverdale Georgia at 6'7", sophomore Zac Swansey (5) from Dunwoody Georgia at 6'1", junior Ricky McPhee (10) from Lawrenceville Georgia at 6'1", freshman Matt Bucklin (12) from Marietta Georgia at 6'0", sophomore Troy Brewer (20) from Rockville Maryland at 6'5", freshman Travis Leslie (22) from Decatur Georgia at 6'4", senior Corey Butler (23) from Decatur Georgia at 6'3", freshman Ebuka Anyaorah (25) from Suwanee Georgia at 6'4", senior Terrance Woodbury (30) from Virginia Beach Virginia at 6'7", freshman Howard Thompkins (33) from Lithonia Georgia at 6'8", junior Albert Jackson (34) from Earlington Kentucky at 6'10", freshman Drazen Zlovaric (41) from Novi Sad at 6'9" and sophomore Jeremy Price (50) from Decatur Georgia at 6'8". The Bulldogs are also currently recruiting Daniel Miller for the position of center from Loganville Christian Academy in Georgia. Miller is 6'8". Point guard DeMario Mayfield hails from Franklin County High School in Georgia, is 6'3" and signed for the 2009 season. Currently undeclared are Tahj Tate for shooting guard and Marlon Brown for small forward. The Bulldogs lost their 10th straight game against South Carolina recently. Woodbury, Butler, Jackson, Barnes and Brewer started against the Gamecocks' Zam Frederick, Devan Downey, Dominique Archie, Evaldas Baniulis and Mitchell Carter. The good intentions were present but it wasn't enough to break the losing streak. Woodbury spent 40 minutes in the game, scoring 20 points as the only starter with double digits. From the bench, Swansey and Thompkins scored 13 and 14 points respectively. This team hasn't seen such a long string of losing games since the season that ended in 1973. Even though the Bulldogs only trailed by four points at half time, they were unable to gain the lead and suffered their tenth loss in a row. Working to keep spirits up are interim head coach Pete herrmann, assistant coach Mike Jones, assistant coach Desmond Oliver, program coordinator Ron Johnson, director of basketball operations Melvin Robinson and behind the scenes administrative associate help from Pam Gauld. The Bulldogs play all home games as the Stegman Coliseum.