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SEC Baseball Schedule (3/14/17): Time, TV schedule, online streaming

Florida battles an in-state rival. So does A&M!

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After an active week in the SEC, another one officially begins on Tuesday. Technically, Mississippi State is already one game deep into the week as the Bulldogs defeated Columbia 11-8 on Monday. State trailed Columbia 6-0 entering the bottom of the 3rd and proceeded to put together a six-run inning to tie things up.

The two teams would be even after five innings, matching each other blow for blow until State seized control in the bottom of the sixth. The Bulldogs scored two and added another run in the bottom of the seventh, shutting down the Columbia lineup for the remainder of the game.

Ryan Gridley was the star of the game. The State infielder went 3-for-3 with a double and a home run to prop his average up to .424 on the year. Gridley added an RBI, giving him 13 on the young season so far.

Going forward to tonight’s schedule, there were a few postponements from the original schedule. Tennessee and South Carolina’s matchups with Middle Tennessee and Furman won’t be going down, but the remainder of the SEC teams scheduled to be in action will take the field as of now.

There’s no bigger matchup on Tuesday than the one going down in the Sunshine State. The third-ranked Florida State Seminoles are heading to Gainesville to battle with the fifth-ranked Florida Gators. This in-state rivalry will add another chapter on Tuesday evening in what should be a doozy of a contest. Nate Brown will be on the bump for the Gators while Andrew Karp takes the hill for the ‘Noles. UF has won the last 12 of 15 against FSU and will look to keep that trend going.

(It’s also Pi Night in Gainesville and if you are one of the first 250 fans to arrive at the game, you’ll get a slice of Apple Pie. Pretty neat huh?)

Another touted matchup going down will be 13th-ranked Texas A&M battling their longtime rival Texas in Austin. The Longhorns are 12-6 to this point while A&M is a hearty 14-3. The Aggies are winners of their last five following their slip-ups in Houston and look to carry that hot streak into this anticipated encounter with their fellow Lone Star State contemporary. John Doxakis will be on the mound for the Aggies, looking to put his poor start behind him (he carries a 6.14 ERA into the game) while Longhorns sophomore Nick Kennedy (who has posted an ERA of merely 1.29 this year) opposes him.

Here’s the full schedule, which of course includes other ranked teams in action, such as seventh-ranked LSU and 23rd-ranked Vanderbilt:

Today’s Schedule

Game Time (ET) TV Network Live Stream
Game Time (ET) TV Network Live Stream
Marshall vs. Tennessee 6 p.m.
New Orleans vs. Arkansas 7 p.m. SEC Network+ WatchESPN
Charleston Southern vs. South Carolina 7 p.m. SEC Network+ WatchESPN
SE Louisiana vs. LSU 7:30 p.m. SEC Network+ WatchESPN
Vanderbilt vs. Belmont 7:30 p.m.