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

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SATURDAY’S SCHEDULE

Ole Miss Rebels vs. LSU Tigers

Time: Noon ET
TV: ESPN2
Watch Online: WatchESPN
Spread: LSU -11.5
Total: 148.5
Moneyline: Ole Miss +490 | LSU -690

Texas A&M Aggies vs. Georgia Bulldogs

Time: 1 p.m. ET
TV: SEC Network
Watch Online: WatchESPN
Spread: Georgia -6.5
Total: 134.5
Moneyline: UGA -280 | TAMU +230

Tennessee Volunteers vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs

Time: 2 p.m. ET
TV: ESPNU
Watch Online: WatchESPN
Spread: Mississippi State -6
Total: 128.5
Moneyline: Tenn +210 | Miss State -260

Missouri Tigers vs. South Carolina Gamecocks

Time: 3:30 p.m. ET
TV: SEC Network
Watch Online: WatchESPN
Spread: South Carolina -5.5
Total: 138.5
Moneyline: Mizzou +180 | SCar -220

Kentucky Wildcats vs. Auburn Tigers

Time: 6 p.m. ET
TV: ESPN
Watch Online: WatchESPN
Spread: Auburn -3
Total: 143
Moneyline: UK +135 | Auburn -155

Arkansas Razorbacks vs. Alabama Crimson Tide

Time: 6 p.m. ET
TV: SEC Network
Watch Online: WatchESPN
Spread: Alabama -4
Total: 154.5
Moneyline: Arkansas +145 | Alabama -165

Florida Gators vs. Vanderbilt Commodores

Time: 8:30 p.m. ET
TV: SEC Network
Watch Online: WatchESPN
Spread: Florida -11.5
Total: 141.5
Moneyline: Florida -800 | Vanderbilt +550

(Odds courtesy of Action Network)


Another day in the SEC is already in progress. LSU and Ole Miss are tangling up right now and the Tigers are out to a pretty strong start. Later on in just about a half hour, Texas A&M and Georgia will join them in action, as Anthony Edwards’ Dawgs look to get a win to snap an ongoing four-game losing streak, and a run where they have lost six of their last seven games since conference play began.

A sneakily pivotal matchup will begin in just about an hour and a half from now. Tennessee and Mississippi State are both locked in the middle of the SEC right now. Jostling for position, the Vols and Bulldogs are both hoping to get a leg up on each other as they aim for the higher tier in the standings. With both having similar conference records, this one could go a long way towards positioning for the SEC Tournament looming in the distance. Also, South Carolina will aim to chain off that big win over Arkansas as they play the Missouri Tigers.

Auburn and Kentucky have had their big battles in the past, and Saturday night’s amtchup should prove to be no different. The Tigers and Wildcats get the premiere spot on ESPN tonight for what is a Top 25 showdown. Kentucky stands to be the favorite right now and probably for good reason. The Wildcats have been playing great ball lately, as they have won four in a row and eight of their last nine games.

The night will conclude with two matchups, as Alabama plays Arkansas and Florida takes on Vanderbilt. The Gators are hoping to avoid an upset on the road in Nashville, while ‘Bama and Arkansas are jockeying for position just like Tennessee and Mississippi State. Those games might not have the stars and the attention, but they could prove to be intriguing nonetheless on a very busy day for the conference.