by TD Staff ReporterMarch 10, 2018
Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports
The Georgia Bulldogs have reportedly fired head coach Mark Fox. He went 163-133 in nine seasons in Athens. Per ESPN:
Intermediaries on behalf of the Bulldogs began reaching out to gauge the interest of potential replacements over the past several days, sources said. Todd Turner and Collegiate Sports Associates are expected to be retained to help with the search.
Fox, 49, was hired in 2009 and took the Bulldogs to a pair of NCAA tournaments in nine seasons. Georgia went in 2011 and 2015, but the program failed to go after that.
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