Dogs battling for solid tourney seed 

May, 17, 2012
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ATHENS, Ga. -- Georgia’s baseball team knows it has a spot in next week’s SEC tournament field, but the Bulldogs’ seeding in the 10-team event is far from settled.

Entering the final series of the regular season -- at Alabama (19-33, 7-20 SEC), which owns the league’s worst record -- Georgia (30-22, 13-13) is in the middle of a group of five teams all within a game of one another in the conference standings.

Ole Miss (34-19, 14-13) owns a half-game lead over Georgia for the No. 5 seed in the tournament, with Arkansas (36-17, 13-14), Vanderbilt (26-25, 13-14) and Mississippi State (31-21, 13-14) all tied just behind the Bulldogs in the standings. Auburn (29-24, 12-15) trails Georgia by just 1 games and is the lowest seed in the tournament as of now.
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