SEC basketball schedule for Saturday, March 4
The final slate of games for the regular season is here!
All 14 SEC teams are in action Saturday, looking for a win to solidify a long season. Some are fighting for seeding in the SEC Tournament, while others such as Alabama are locked in to their spot.
The top 2 teams in the SEC battle at Noon Saturday, with Alabama travelling to College Station. The Aggies are locked into the 2-seed and Alabama is locked into the 1, but both are looking to increase their odds of a better seed come Selection Sunday today as well. As far as SEC matchups go, that’s probably the one to watch.
But there are other sneaky important games as well, none moreso than Tennessee at Auburn. The Vols are playing their first full game without Zakai Zeigler against the Tigers, who are looking for revenge from a few weeks ago. A win for Tennessee guarantees a double-bye in the SEC Tournament, while a win for Auburn could up them from the 7-seed to the 6-seed, depending on Missouri’s game against Ole Miss.
Kentucky at Arkansas has similar ramifications, though Arkansas is looking to keep their spot as the 8-seed as they cannot rise any higher. Current 3-seed Kentucky, however, has a lot to lose. They could fall to as low as the 5-seed with a loss to the Razorbacks.
Below is the full slate of games for Saturday, March 4:
- No. 2 Alabama at No. 24 Texas A&M, 12 p.m. on CBS
- Georgia at South Carolina, 1 p.m. on SEC Network
- No. 12 Tennessee at Auburn, 2 p.m. on ESPN
- No. 23 Kentucky at Arkansas, 2 p.m. on CBS
- Ole Miss at Missouri, 3:30 p.m. on SEC Network
- LSU at Florida, 6 p.m. on SEC Network
- Mississippi State at Vanderbilt, 8:30 p.m. on SEC Network
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Lots of SEC tournament seeding implications for today’s games. Mizzou could get a double bye 3 seed or could be a like a five or six seed.
Lots of parity this year, should be a compelling tournament next week.