Category Archives: SEC

Auburn and Tennessee to face off for SEC Tournament crown

Here’s how we got here: The Auburn Tigers defeated the Florida Gators 65-62 to advance to their first SEC tournament championship since 2000. Auburn may have gotten lucky with a no-call on a desperation three-pointer by Florida in the closing seconds, but they have the chance to be named SEC champions. The Tennessee Volunteers beat the Kentucky Wildcats 82-78 to

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Williams and Bone lead the Vols’ revenge against the Cats

At the Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, Tennessee, the seventh-ranked Volunteers beat the fourth-ranked Wildcats 71-52 in a thrilling Southeastern Conference men’s basketball rematch on Saturday.    Although Kentucky had held a 52-50 all-time record against the Volunteers when playing in Knoxville, Tennessee had never lost at home to the Wildcats under head coach Rick Barnes. The statement still rings true,

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The Georgetown Hoyas: Famine or Feast?

No one has been a bigger fan of the Georgetown Hoyas this year more than I.  I may have some partiality to the Hoyas since one of our former players is now playing there and performing at a high level. I also do not see through rose colored glasses at how the Hoyas are as a team. One day they can

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Bubble Watch: The Case for Alabama

The University of Alabama Crimson Tide, ranking 6th in the SEC with a 6-6 record, and an overall 15-10 has six conference games left of the 2018-19 season along with the SEC Tournament before Selection Sunday on March 17th.  Even though Alabama wasn’t mentioned in the selection committee’s early reveal of the top 16 teams, that isn’t stopping the Crimson

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Alabama Becomes 1st in SEC Thanks to Win Over Kentucky

What many fans on both sides thought couldn’t be done was most certainly accomplished at Coleman Coliseum in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The Crimson Tide upset the Wildcats 77-75. Alabama’s John Petty sank a free throw with 4.3 seconds left of the match up. Kentucky’s Tyler Herro missed a much needed 3-pointer at the buzzer leaving the No. 13 Wildcats with a

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