One year after scrapping divisional play, SEC Basketball will once again be making a change as the league revamps its schedule as it officially incorporates both Missouri and Texas A&M into an expected 18 game slate. The conference schedule could be released at any time but could be held until the conference meetings in Destin Florida scheduled for later this month.
The Bulldogs' non conference slate is starting to take shape however and it figures to be challenging which has become a staple under Mark Fox's leadership. Georgia will play in the Legends Classic beginning on November 11 with the first two games being played in Athens with the semifinals to be played at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The pairings have yet to be announced but Georgia, UCLA, Georgetown and Indiana are all scheduled to participate.
Georgia will have home dates this season against Jacksonville, East Tennessee State, Florida A&M, Mercer and USC who is scheduled to make a return date to Athens. The Bulldogs will also participate again the SEC/Big East Challenge although that matchup has yet to be announced. The annual series with Georgia Tech will have the Bulldogs visiting Atlanta this season.
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