2012 SEC Baseball Tournament: Bulldogs Set To Open Tourney Against Commodores

The Georgia Bulldogs have to look at their No. 8 seed in the 2012 SEC Baseball Tournament and feel just a bit disappointed. After all the Bulldogs lost two of three games on the final weekend to Alabama which combined with sweeps by Mississippi State, Arkansas and Vanderbilt dropped Georgia in the standings.

If they are in fact disappointed they are not showing it and seem focused on having a good showing with the hopes of earning an NCAA invite. Head coach David Perno talked about the seeding and Bulldogs starter Alex Wood prior to Tuesday's opening game.

"We knew last week that we could be anywhere from a No. 5 to a No. 10 seed because we're all bunched together as far as our SEC records," Georgia coach David Perno said. "We've played well of late. We've just been a little short in the run category. We're throwing strikes and taking care of the baseball. We feel good with Alex going on Tuesday and he's been as good as anybody we've played."

Georgia will take on fifth seeded Vanderbilt in the final game of Tuesday's action with the first pitch scheduled for around 9 p.m.

For more Georgia baseball go visit Dawg Sports and for even more SEC baseball go visitTeam Speed Kills.

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