Georgia Fires Head Coach Mark Fox

Credit Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Credit Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

After nine seasons as Bulldogs head coach, Mark Fox has been fired by Georgia according to ESPN's Jeff Goodman.

Overall, Fox finished 163-133 in nine seasons in Athens.

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Fox has been with Georgia since 2009, leading the Dawgs to two NCAA Tournament bids.

Georgia was 18-15 (7-11) this year. He led the team to NCAA tournament appearances in 2011 and 2015, though it lost its first game both times. However, Hagans announced that he was reclassifying to the 2018 class and re-opening his recruitment two weeks ago.

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Intermediaries on behalf of the Bulldogs began reaching out to gauge the interest of potential replacements over the last several days, sources said.

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