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

Auburn and Kentucky look to stay afloat. Meanwhile, Mississippi State and Alabama battle in an important one in Starkville.

LSU v Kentucky

Let’s take a look at what’s on tap tonight.

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE
(All times Eastern; All odds from Action Network)

Ole Miss Rebels vs. Auburn Tigers

Time: 7 p.m.
TV: SEC Network
Watch Online: WatchESPN
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Auburn finally got it right on Saturday with their uproarious comeback win over Tennessee. The Tigers came back from down 17 to win by seven points, putting a damper on the doubters and naysayers (and those who bet Tennessee +6.5). Tuesday night, they will look to keep things right when they play Ole Miss. The Rebels got thumped by Alabama over the weekend, so they’re hoping to get a jolt. Auburn might have erased that deficit on Saturday but, lately they’re still a bit sluggish. Should they get a win though on Tuesday, then they may very well get really right.

Kentucky Wildcats vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Time: 7 p.m.
TV: ESPN
Watch Online: WatchESPN
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Kentucky scored a big win over Florida over the weekend. Now, they’ll set their sights on Texas A&M in College Station. The Wildcats have won three consecutive road games over Tennessee, Vanderbilt and LSU heading into play on Tuesday. In all, they’ve won six of the eight road games they’ve played this conference season, so they are a good bet to get it done away from Rupp. The Aggies, though, have won three in a row including games against Alabama and Mississippi State this past Saturday. They’re gaining confidence late, so we’ll see if they can give UK some fits.

Alabama Crimson Tide vs. Mississippi State Bulldogs

Time: 9 p.m.
TV: SEC Network
Watch Online: WatchESPN
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Mississippi State is 8-6 in conference play, and Alabama is 7-7. That alone makes Tuesday night’s matchup all the more intriguing between these two teams. A victory for either side can gain a level up on the other, and should ‘Bama win they’ll insert themselves in the middle of the pack with aforementioned Texas A&M alongside South Carolina. Alabama has won two of their last three games away from Tuscaloosa, which could prove beneficial for them in this one. On the other hand, Mississippi State hasn’t lost a home game in well over a month, so we’ll see whose trend continues on Tuesday evening.