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Wednesday’s SEC Basketball Schedule: Times, TV channel, watch online, odds

Mason Jones is in action, as is 10th-ranked Kentucky and unbeaten Auburn.

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Let’s take a look at what’s in store for us on this Wednesday!

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

Kentucky Wildcats vs. South Carolina Gamecocks

Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
TV: SEC Network
Watch Online: WatchESPN
Spread: Kentucky -6
Total: 136
Moneyline: Kentucky -255 | South Carolina +200

Tennessee Volunteers vs. Georgia Bulldogs

Time: 7 p.m. ET
TV: ESPNU
Watch Online: WatchESPN
Spread: Georgia -2.5
Total: 137
Moneyline: Georgia -140 | Tennessee +120

Vanderbilt Commodores vs. Arkansas Razorbacks

Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
TV: SEC Network
Watch Online: WatchESPN
Spread: Arkansas -13.5
Total: 141.5
Moneyline: Arkansas -1075 | Vanderbilt +700

Auburn Tigers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide

Time: 9 p.m. ET
TV: ESPN2
Watch Online: WatchESPN
Spread: Auburn -1.5
Total: 159
Moneyline: Auburn -125 | Alabama +105

The biggest game of the night is inarguably the last. Auburn, carrying a 15-0 record, goes to Tuscaloosa to face rival Alabama. Despite the fact that ‘Bama is 8-7, the Tide are just 1.5-point dog against the 15-0 Tigers. Auburn is just 8-7 against the spread this season, so that doesn’t come as too much of a surprise. ‘Bama, meanwhile, is 12-3 and 7-2 at home. Choose wisely, friends. It shall be intriguing to see what happens here, as Auburn has gotten through every test so far but many are still out on the Tigers at this juncture.

Elsewhere, Kentucky hopes to make it five in a row as they face South Carolina on the road. The Wildcats have made that two-game losing streak in Vegas an afterthought, as they’ve defeated Louisville, Missouri, Georgia and Alabama consecutively heading into this one. South Carolina is riding a three-game losing streak right now, having lost to Tennessee, Florida and, perhaps more maddeningly, Stetson. UK is a 6-point favorite, but the Cats are just 7-8 ATS this season. SC, though, is 3-7 at home ATS.

After defeating Mizzou and South Carolina to move to 2-1 in SEC play, Tennessee faces Georgia on the road in Athens. The Dawgs were disposed by both Kentucky and Auburn in their first two SEC games, taking the wind out of their sails after an impressive 10-3 start with a win over the Memphis Tigers to cap off nonconference play. Georgia is hoping to get back in the mix here, and they are favored in this matchup. They’re 5-4 ATS at home, and as favorites this year they’re 9-0 SU and 5-4 ATS. Tennessee has been a road underdog just twice this year, and they are 1-1 SU and ATS.

Finally, Mason Jones and Arkansas are hoping to keep their good vibes up. At 2-1 in conference play, they will play lowly Vanderbilt at home in Fayetteville. The Commodores are skidding, as they’ve lost three in a row and five of their last seven dating back to December 14, their only wins coming over UNC Wilmington and Davidson. Arkansas is a double-digit favorite tonight, as they’re set as 13.5-point faves. As double-digit faves this year, they are 9-0 SU and 6-3 ATS. Vandy was a double-digit underdog just once this season, and they won ATS against Auburn, covering a 14.5-point spread as they lost by just four.