Albama Arkansas Auburn Florida Georgia Kentucky LSU Mississippi State Missouri Ole-Miss USC Tennessee Texas A&M Vanderbilt
Latest News

Dogs, Hogs And Cocks Win On Wednesday

Three SEC basketball games on Wednesday night… three home teams victorious.  Such is life on the road in the SEC.  Or should we say death, because most SEC teams not named Kentucky are curling up and dying when they have to travel.


South Carolina 56, Alabama 54

No wonder the Gamecocks wanted Bruce Ellington back.  The two-sport star hit a driving bucket with 1.4 seconds left to lead Carolina to its first SEC win of the season.

Alabama, on the other hand, suffered its fourth straight defeat to fall to 2-4 in the SEC.  The loss to RPI #194 Carolina won’t help the Tide come tournament selection time… assuming they get things turned around and start living up to their preseason hype.


Arkansas 56, Auburn 53

It’s obvious now why Mike Anderson left Missouri for Arkansas.  He never loses at Bud Walton Arena.  Th Razorbacks’ 15-0 mark to start the season at home is their best since the 1997-98 season under Anderson’s old boss, Nolan Richardson.

Auburn — which fell to 2-4 in the league — actually shot better than Arkansas from the floor (40% to 35%) and outrebounded them 42-29. 


Mississippi State 76, LSU 71

The Tigers put up a nice fight on the road in Starkville, but in the end, Trent Johnson’s team had no answer for Arnett Moultrie.  The UTEP transfer scored 28 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for his league-leading 12th double-double of the season.

Jalen Steele continued his hot-shooting ways with a 15 effort on 3-of-4 shooting from beyond the arc.  LSU was led by Andre Stringer who tallied 17 points off the bench.


With Florida traveling to Ole Miss tonight, here’s a look at the current SEC standings:


School
Overall Record
SEC Record
Games Back
Kentucky
20-1
6-0

Vanderbilt
15-5
5-1
1
Florida
15-4
3-1
2
Miss. State
17-4
4-2
2
Arkansas
15-5
3-2
2.5
Ole Miss
13-6
3-2
2.5
Alabama
13-7
2-4
4
Auburn
12-8
2-4
4
LSU
12-8
2-4
4
S. Carolina
9-10
1-4
4.5
Tennessee
9-11
1-4
4.5
Georgia
10-10
1-5
5


 




Follow Us On:
Mobile MrSEC