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November 11 SEC Basketball Schedule: TV, Tip Times, Streaming, How to Watch, Odds and Picks

College basketball season tips off tonight! Hooray!

NCAA Basketball: SEC Tournament-Kentucky vs Texas A&M Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

For those of you who only care about football, November 11 is Veteran’s Day, just another Friday, or possibly the day to watch your local high school team.

For college basketball fans, November 11 is the day we’ve been waiting for since last April. College basketball tips off tonight, and 12 Southeastern Conference teams (everybody but LSU and Missouri) is in action tonight. Most of the games are about what you’d expect, though there are a couple of games that could be good ones tonight.

If you want to know what’s going on, I’ve got you covered. Here are the links to my SEC basketball preview series (in order of projected finish):

  1. Kentucky
  2. Florida
  3. Texas A&M
  4. Vanderbilt
  5. Georgia
  6. Arkansas
  7. Alabama
  8. South Carolina
  9. Mississippi State
  10. Ole Miss
  11. LSU
  12. Auburn
  13. Tennessee
  14. Missouri

Tonight’s Schedule

Matchup Time (ET) TV/Streaming
Marquette vs. Vanderbilt 6:30 PM CBS Sports Network
Louisiana Tech at South Carolina 6:30 PM SEC Network+ / WatchESPN
Stephen F. Austin at (2)Kentucky 7:00 PM SEC Network / WatchESPN
Tennessee-Martin at Ole Miss 7:00 PM SEC Network+ / WatchESPN
Chattanooga at Tennessee 7:00 PM SEC Network+ / WatchESPN
Georgia at Clemson 7:00 PM ACC Extra / WatchESPN
Florida Gulf Coast at Florida 7:30 PM SEC Network+ / WatchESPN
Fort Wayne at Arkansas 8:00 PM SEC Network+ / WatchESPN
Norfolk State at Mississippi State 8:00 PM SEC Network+ / WatchESPN
Coastal Carolina at Alabama 9:00 PM SEC Network+ / WatchESPN
Northwestern State at Texas A&M 9:00 PM SEC Network / WatchESPN
North Florida at Auburn 9:30 PM SEC Network+ / WatchESPN

Odds and Picks

(Odds are via

  • Vanderbilt (-1.5) vs. Marquette: This should be one of the better games on the evening as these two meet in Annapolis in the Veterans’ Classic in what should be an evenly-matched game. Both teams are losing first-round draft picks (or two, in Vanderbilt’s case) and Vanderbilt has a new coach, but I’ll take the Commodores in what should be a close one.
  • Louisiana Tech (+10) at SOUTH CAROLINA: The Gamecocks practically have an entirely new frontcourt; LaTech is a quality mid-major that’s won 106 games over the last four years. I don’t think the Bulldogs will win outright, but I like them to cover 10 as South Carolina works out the kinks.
  • Georgia (+5) at CLEMSON: Given these two teams’ preferred playing styles, this will probably be a low-scoring game that will come down to the wire. Take Georgia and the points here.
  • Chattanooga (+4) at TENNESSEE: The wrong team is favored here. Tennessee is headed for a rebuilding year; Chattanooga returns four starters off a 29-6 team. I like the Mocs not only to cover at +4 but to win outright.
  • Tennessee-Martin at OLE MISS (-17.5): I’m not sold on Ole Miss, but I’m looking to fade a Tennessee-Martin team that loses three starters and their head coach, who took a job as an assistant coach after a 20-win season. Yeah. Expect the Rebels to win this one easily.
  • Fort Wayne at ARKANSAS (-12): Last year, Fort Wayne ranked 63rd in offense and 249th in defense per Arkansas is the more talented team here, and there will be plenty of scoring, which leans toward Arkansas winning by 15 or more.
  • Coastal Carolina (+12) at ALABAMA: I don’t feel strongly either way here, but if forced to pick, I would bet a single-digit game is more likely than Alabama winning by 15 or more.
  • No line: Stephen F. Austin at Kentucky; Florida Gulf Coast at Florida; Norfolk State at Mississippi State; Northwestern State at Texas A&M; North Florida at Auburn