1. Scottie Wilbekin’s game-tying shot with two seconds remaining helped force overtime and lead Florida to a win.
2. Wilbekin and senior Patric Young both played well despite dealing with injuries.
3. Arkansas’ Coty Clarke: “We just have got to finish. We didn’t finish.”
LSU 71 – South Carolina 68
4. Freshman Jarell Martin played well for LSU, scoring 18 points in a new role coming off the bench.
5. LSU might have benefited from lineup changes, which included Martin moving to a reserve role.
6. South Carolina coach Frank Martin was disappointed the Gamecocks sent fans home without a win.
Missouri 70 – Auburn 68
7. Key free throws from former Auburn guard Earnest Ross helped Missouri hold on and win.
8. Auburn’s execution was “at its lowest” in the Tigers’ final few possessions, coach Tony Barbee said.
Kentucky 71 – Vanderbilt 62
10. One challenge for Kentucky: Cramps limited forward Julius Randle to 21 minutes.
11. Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings: “We played hard enough, but we didn’t play well enough.”
Georgia 66 – Alabama 58
12. Georgia has a 2-0 record in SEC play for the first time since 2002.
13. Alabama struggled offensively while guard Trevor Releford appeared to limp through the game.
Mississippi State 76 – Ole Miss 72
14. Crazy stat line from Mississippi State’s Craig Sword: He was 0-for-7 from the field but hit 15 free throws.
15. Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy said the Rebels might turn to their youth as the upperclassmen struggle to produce.
16. You will want to watch Mississippi State coach Rick Ray dance following the Bulldogs’ win.
Texas A&M 57 – Tennessee 56
17. Antwan Space’s 3-pointer with 4.4 seconds remaining ended up being a game-winner for Texas A&M.
18. It was a second-half collapse for Tennessee, which led by 14 points at halftime.