There have been highs, there have been lows.
There were Sweet Sixteens and six-win seasons.
There have been first-round draft picks and postseason tournament bans.
There has been Dominique Wilkins gliding through the air and Tony Cole showing off an illegally acquired TV on ESPN.
Welcome to the world of Georgia men’s basketball.
In its 117 seasons of play, Georgia is 1459-1367, good enough for a .516 win percentage all-time. That’s middle of the road by percentage, but it’s second-to-last in the Southeastern Conference (Ole Miss boasts a .499).
Speaking of Ole Miss, the Rebels are the only school in the SEC that the Bulldogs have beaten more times than they’ve lost. Every other SEC school has owned the Dawgs in their respective series.
One thing’s for sure: consistency from the University of Georgia basketball program has been hard to come by.