Georgia holds is second scrimmage of the spring today, and I'll have notes, quotes and stats from the practice session early this afternoon.
In the meantime, however, here's a quick run-down of the basketball events that transpired yesterday.
-- Believe it or not, Mark Fox says coming to Georgia was always a dream job for him, but he admits that winning won't be easy.
-- Fair or not, Damon Evans' first high-profile hire as athletics director will go a long way toward cementing his reputation. And on this one, the jury is still out.
-- Georgia's players aren't entirely sure what to think of the new head coach, but they are happy for the process to finally be over.
-- Fans were led to believe a big name could land at Georgia. Mark Fox isn't a big name, so while he may be the right man for the job, he still has a lot to prove.
-- What started as a methodical search ended in a frenzied day of interviews and airline flights with Mark Fox finally receiving an offer while wearing jeans and tennis shoes.
-- The AJC finds out three off-the-court facts about Mark Fox.
-- Georgia's still a football school, but Mark Richt is happy to share a bit of the spotlight with the new basketball coach.
-- Mark Fox says he doesn't know his new roster too well. He's not likely to be overjoyed when he finally does.
-- Fox wasn't who most people expected to land the job, but his background could make him the perfect person to turn things around for the basketball program.
-- Fox's interest in the Georgia job dates way back.
-- Despite the media firing plenty of questions at him, Fox seemed cool under pressure.-- Looking back, it's crazy how many times the media got it wrong before they finally got it right.