Kentucky 84 – Missouri 79. Video Highlights
1. Kentucky improves to 6-2 in the SEC behind 20 points from James Young. Missouri coach Frank Haith: Kentucky ”fought as hard as I saw them fight all year.”
2. Jabari Brown (33) and Jordan Clarkson (28) combine for 61 of Missouri’s 79 points. Kentucky coach John Calipari: “I grabbed them both after the game; I just said, `I’m telling you, you both are special now.’ ”
Ole Miss 76 – South Carolina 71. Video Highlights
3. Down by 15 points in the second half, Ole Miss rallies to win. Coach Andy Kennedy: “I’ve been coaching 275 games or so, and I don’t know if I’ve ever been more excited by what I just witnessed for the last seven minutes.”
4. South Carolina coach Frank Martin on the blown lead: “We just got passive.”
Auburn 74 – Georgia 67. Video Highlights
5. Back-to-back conference victories for Auburn. Tigers get 18 points from Chris Denson and 16 from KT Harrell as five players hit double-digits in scoring.
6. Charles Mann scored 18 points and Nemanja Djurisic had 11 for the Bulldogs. Georgia has now dropped three straight.
Florida 69 – Texas A&M 36. Video Highlights
7. Florida gets 13th straight win as Gators outscore Aggies 25-2 on second-chance points. Florida off to its third-best start in school history.
8. Most lopsided loss of the season for Texas A&M. Slumping Aggies have now dropped five straight
Vanderbilt 55 – Mississippi State 49. Video Highlights
9. Vanderbilt converts 18 turnovers into 24 points. Rod Odom leads the Commodores with 18 points.
10. Mississippi State coach Rick Ray: “There’s really no reason to turn the ball over 18 times against a team that’s not pressuring at all.”
LSU 88 – Arkansas 74
11. Surging Tigers follow-up Kentucky win with double-digit victory in front of the largest home crowd of the season.
12. Arkansas plays with out guard Michael Qualls and forward Alandise Harris. Both suspended indefinitely before the game for “conduct detrimental to the team.”
Tennessee 76 – Alabama 59. Video Highlights
13. Vols get 26 points from Jordan McRae for the second straight game and Jarnell Stokes adds 22 points and 16 rebounds. Tennessee’s first win at Alabama since 2010.
14. Second straight double-digit loss for Alabama. Worst home loss of the season for the Crimson Tide.