​After making the NCAA Tournament in 2015, the Georgia Bulldogs haven't been back there since. Unless they pull off a miracle in the SEC tournament, this will be the third-straight year they miss the Big Dance.

Questions surround the status of head coach Mark Fox, and whether or not he could be coaching for his job next season. 

But according to Fox, that's not his mindset, nor his team's. 

"This is about their season," Fox said. "I think anything more than that would be undue pressure for them and unfair pressure for them. We're going to do our best to try to get Georgia a win on Wednesday and if we can do that then we're going to try to do the same thing on Thursday."

After losing three of their last four games in the regular season, the Bulldogs may need to rattle off some wins in the SEC tournament just to earn a spot in the NIT.

If they don't do that, then Fox could easily be on his way out of Georgia.