USF To Host Georgia In Big East-SEC Basketball Challenge

Mar 14, 2012; Dayton, OH, USA; South Florida Bulls guard Anthony Collins (11) breaks up the court after stealing the ball from the California Golden Bears during the first round of the 2012 NCAA men's basketball tournament at Dayton Arena. Mandatory Credit: Greg Bartram-US PRESSWIRE

USF has been looking for a high major opponent to help ring in the newly renovated Sun Dome, and the Bulls will get just that as they will host the Georgia Bulldogs on November 30th in the 2nd annual Big East-SEC Basketball Challenge. This is the first time the Bulls take part in the challenge after being passed over last season.

The Bulldogs finished 15-17 last season after making the NCAA Tournament in 2011, but Georgia returns 4 of their top 6 scorers next year and will be a great test for the Bulls early in the season.

The full Big East-SEC Challenge Matchups are after the jump.

Date Game
Thu, Nov 29 Kentucky at Notre Dame
Marquette at Florida
South Carolina at St. John's
Seton Hall at LSU
Fri, Nov 30 Syracuse at Arkansas
Tennessee at Georgetown
DePaul at Auburn
Georgia at South Florida
Sat, Dec 1 Alabama at Cincinnati
Villanova at Vanderbilt
Mississippi State at Providence
Rutgers at Mississippi
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