Tom Crean and the Georgia Bulldogs have not had a good 2021-22 season. As things stand entering this week, the Bulldogs are 5-14 overall and 0-6 in SEC play.

All that has led to many Georgia fans calling for Crean to be fired.

During an interview on Monday, Crean said he tries to drown out all that noise, not paying attention to it as he prepares his team for upcoming games (via Rivals):

“I really don’t hear it, but I’m sure it’s there, but to be completely honest with you, I don’t hear it, whether it’s social media, or those types of things,” Crean said. “It’s not my first time down that road in the coaching life, and you learn from experiences. My focus is completely centered on the team and how we can get better and prepare for these games. That’s the most important thing. I learned that awhile back, and I have no intention of changing it.”

In his first 3 years at Georgia, the Bulldogs have yet to make a postseason tournament. The Dawgs did produce No. 1 overall NBA Draft pick Anthony Edwards a couple of years ago, though.

Will this be Crean’s last year in Athens? Things aren’t looking good for the Bulldogs as SEC play continues.