The University of Georgia men's basketball team could play as many as 17 opponents that played in the 2011 postseason this coming season, which will consist of 30 games.
Georgia will be seen at least seven times on national television on the ESPN family of channels. Further television dates will follow upon the completion of the non-conference broadcast schedule.
"I think we have established a schedule that first, should prepare us well for SEC play and second, should give us with the strength of schedule needed in the eyes of the (NCAA Tournament) Selection Committee, if we are successful this season," head coach Mark Fox said.
The Bulldogs will compete in the 11th annual College Basketball Experience Classic.
The first two rounds are held at campus sites, including Athens, where Georgia will play Bowling Green on Nov. 13, and South Dakota State three days later.
The tournament will move to Kansas City, Mo. on Nov. 21 where Georgia will play California, and finish against Notre Dame or Missouri the following night.
A home-and-home series with the University of Southern California has also been added to the non-conference schedule. The Bulldogs will travel to Los Angeles on Dec. 17.
Georgia will host SEC West division foe Alabama on Jan. 7 to tip-off their SEC schedule.
The Bullodgs have a stretch of three home games in early January in which Tennessee, Ole Miss and Kentucky will travel to Athens.
The SEC tournament is March 8-11 in New Orleans.