Things aren't going to get any easier for the Georgia Bulldogs with the Kentucky Wildcats up next for a visit to Stegeman Coliseum on Tuesday. By the time the two teams meet, Kentucky will likely reclaim the No. 1 ranking after a loss by Syracuse on Saturday.
The Bulldogs made a big comeback in Saturday's game against Ole Miss but head coach Mark Fox was not happy with his team's effort following the game.
Georgia Tech also saw a comeback effort fall just short on Saturday against Clemson falling 64-62. Brian Gregory wasn't pleased with the loss but he was much happier than he was following Tech's 70-38 loss to Virginia earlier in the week.
"I feel a lot better than I did the other night because at least we competed, at least we played hard and at least we showed some pride in what we're trying to get done,"
The Yellow Jackets will have their work cut out for them again this week as they host Miami on Tuesday before traveling to Chapel Hill on Sunday to take on the Tar Heels.
Here is a look at this week's Peach State hoops schedule:
Monday, January 23
North Florida Vs. Kennesaw State, 7 pm
James Madison Vs. Georgia State, 7 pm
The Citadel Vs. Georgia Southern, 7 pm
Tuesday, January 24
Kentucky Vs. Georgia, 9 pm, ESPN
Miami Vs. Georgia Tech, 9 pm, ESPNU
Wednesday, January 25
Virginia Vs. Lady Yellow Jackets, 7 pm
Georgia State Vs. Drexel, 7pm
Thursday, January 26
Georgia Southern Vs. Samford, 8 pm, ESPN3
Lady Bulldogs Vs. Vanderbilt, 9 pm
Saturday, January 28
VCU Vs. Georgia State, 4 pm
Kennesaw State Vs. Florida Gulf Coast, 5:15 pm
Georgia Southern Vs. Chattanooga, 7:30 pm
Sunday, January 29
Lady Yellow Jackets Vs. Clemson, 4 pm
Tennessee Vs. Lady Bulldogs, 5 pm
Georgia Tech Vs. North Carolina, 6 pm ESPNU
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