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January 30 SEC Basketball Schedule

Plenty of hoops to offer for you on this Tuesday night.

NCAA Basketball: Louisiana State at Auburn John Reed-USA TODAY Sports

Today’s Schedule

  • Florida Gators vs. Georgia Bulldogs (7 p.m. ET, SEC Network): 23rd-ranked Florida looks to continue their winning ways on the road in Athens. Florida has won three of their last four, including an 81-60 victory over the Baylor Bears over the weekend in Waco. The Gators are 9-2 over their last 11 games, while Georgia has been in the dregs lately. UGA is 3-5 in SEC play and 5-6 over their last 11, including their current three-game losing streak.
  • Auburn Tigers vs. Ole Miss Rebels (9 p.m. ET, SEC Network): The 11th-ranked Auburn Tigers are in action tonight in Oxford, as they take on the Ole Miss Rebels. Auburn has risen all the way to 9th on KenPom and are the class of the SEC to this point at 7-1 right now. They’ve won their last three by an average of 19 points, including a 25-point thumping of the LSU Tigers over the weekend. Ole Miss is 4-4 in SEC play and are coming off an 85-72 loss to the Texas Longhorns at the Frank Erwin Center in Austin. Deandre Burnett has been a bright spot lately, putting up an average of 20.0 points in the last three games, including 24 in their win over the Alabama Crimson Tide last week.
  • Vanderbilt Commodores vs. Kentucky Wildcats (9 p.m. ET, ESPN): Vandy picked up a shocking win over the TCU Horned Frogs during the Big 12-SEC Challenge over the weekend. They will have to hope that momentum spurs them to victory in Lexington, as they travel to face the 21st-ranked Wildcats on Tuesday night. The last time UK lost to Vandy at Rupp was all the way back in 2007, when Derrick Byars’ 23 points helped lead the ‘Dores to a 72-67 win over the Cats. They’ll have to see if they can rekindle that kind of magic on Tuesday night.
  • Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Texas A&M Aggies (9 p.m. ET, ESPNU): Arkansas rolls into College Station to face the Texas A&M Aggies, who have sputtered in SEC play thus far. After an 11-1 start, the Ags are now 13-8 and 2-6 in SEC play. They took a 79-68 loss to the Kansas Jayhawks on the chin over the weekend and lost 77-65 to the LSU Tigers in Baton Rouge the last we saw them in SEC play. The Hogs, meanwhile, have won their last three and are 4-4 in SEC play, so we’ll see if they can get over the .500 mark.