UGA Basketball

Georgia adds Appalachian State and Wofford to 2013-14 Basketball Schedule
Mark Fox

Appalachian St. & Wofford will visit Athens next season. (Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports)

The Georgia Bulldogs have added games against Appalachian State and Wofford to their 2013-14 basketball schedule, has learned through an open records request.

Georgia will host Wofford at Stegeman Coliseum on Friday, Nov. 8, 2013. That will likely be the season-opener for the Bulldogs.

In nine meetings against the Wofford Terriers, Georgia is 8-1. The Bulldogs beat the Terriers 62-49 in their last meeting in Athens in 2011.

Georgia is also set to host the Appalachian State Mountaineers on Friday, Nov. 29, 2013. The Bulldogs are 3-0 overall against ASU after forfeiting their 2002 victory.

The Hoop Dawgs now have seven contracted non-conference games for the 2013-14 season – Wofford, Georgia Tech, Appalachian State, Lipscomb, Gardner-Webb, Western Carolina, and at George Washington.

Georgia will also play three games in the 2013 Charleston Classic. The complete field includes Georgia, Clemson, Davidson, Nebraska, New Mexico, Temple, UAB, and UMass.

Based on a report from The Telegraph a few weeks ago and last Friday, Georgia’s 2014 SEC opponents are listed below. These are tentative and three home games remain unknown:


Arkansas, LSU, Missouri, Ole Miss, South Carolina, Vanderbilt


Arkansas, Auburn, Florida, Kentucky, LSU, Mississippi State, Missouri, South Carolina, Tennessee

Fox also told The Telegraph that he is trying to get a “high major” non-conference team to come to Athens. “Trying really hard to do that. It’s been a bit of a challenge. So few teams are playing home-and-homes,” Fox said.

2013-14 UGA Basketball Schedule (Tentative)

  • 11/08 – Wofford
  • 11/15 – Georgia Tech
  • 11/21 – Charleston Classic (Game 1)
  • 11/22 – Charleston Classic (Game 2)
  • 11/23 – Charleston Classic (Game 3)
  • 11/29 – Appalachian State
  • 12/14 – Lipscomb
  • 12/18 – Gardner-Webb
  • 12/21 – Western Carolina
  • 01/03 – at George Washington
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