I find it most relaxing to just sit back, think positively, and wait to see what happens. As a Georgia fan, the easiest route is to be angry over a very frustrating loss, throw your hands up, and scream about how, "Well now we've done it! We're going to the NIT! And we deserve it with how we played!" But a frustrating loss doesn't change that Georgia has a very good résumé, won the "must win" game against Auburn, and gave up a big lead to lose in overtime against the Tide.
I have no idea what the committee will do and how things will shake out, but I'm not going to worry too much about it. Before Thursday's game against Auburn, the general consensus I heard was, "Georgia really needs to win this game to feel good about the NCAA tournament, but if they lose, they still have a decent shot." Then after handily taking care of Auburn, I heard about the Alabama game, "Georgia really needs to win this game to feel good about the NCAA tournament, but if they lose, they should still have a good shot to get in." Which tells me that it's all up in the air, and we'll see how it shakes out. That's all we can do.