What lies ahead for the SEC on Tuesday evening? Let’s take a look!
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Originally scheduled for four games prior to Kentucky and Texas A&M being postponed, Tuesday night’s SEC schedule features three conference tilts, including two that tip off at the same time.
The LSU Tigers look to push their winning streak to four games as they head to Athens to face Tom Crean’s Bulldogs. Georgia is coming off a loss to Florida and at 13-9 on the season, would love to get some positive momentum as the calendar rolls to March. Can the Bulldogs slow down SEC-leading scorer Cameron Thomas and the rest of LSU’s high powered offense?
Elsewhere, the Florida Gators head to Auburn to face the Tigers, who have suddenly lost five of their last six games and gone from 10-7 to 11-12. Florida snapped a two-game losing streak last time out with a 70-63 win over Georgia, so the Gators will look to building on that momentum.
Finally, we head to Columbia for the SEC’s lone game of the evening featuring a ranked team. Mizzou will look to avenge Feb. 10’s 21-point loss to the Ole Miss Rebels as they host them at Mizzou Arena. It’s been a month to forget for the Gators, who climbed into the AP Top 10 with a win over Alabama earlier in February and have since been plummeting.