South Carolina 75 – Arkansas 54. Video Highlights
1. South Carolina goes on 40-11 run in last 15 minutes of first half. Arkansas coach Mike Anderson: “It was a tough day at the office today.”
2. Down 15-3 early, Gamecocks respond to Frank Martin timeout. Team equals SEC victory total from last year, first 20-point + victory margin for South Carolina since 2006.
Tennessee 54 – Alabama 53. Video Highlights
3. Down by seven points with 6:08 to go in the game, Tennessee rallies behind Jordan McRae’s 15 second-half points and a career-high 18 rebounds from Jarnell Stokes.
4. Alabama went right at Stokes on a last-second shot from Trevor Lacey. No foul called on the play. Anthony Grant: “I’ll have to go back on film before I comment on that. I want to see it again.”
Kentucky 75 – LSU 70. Video Highlights
5. First career double-double for Alex Poythress – 20 points and 12 rebounds. John Calipari: ”I was so proud of Alex. I can’t begin to tell you. He has basically, in his mind, been tortured to play harder, to compete.”
6. Late push by LSU falls short. Kentucky native Anthony Hickey has 15 points, three steals and no turnovers.
Missouri 81 – Vanderbilt 59. Video Highlights
7. Down 11 -8, Tigers score 32 of the next 34 points. Kevin Stallings: “We were just physically overmatched today. When they started making shots like that, we were in trouble.”
8. Missouri wins by 22 a week after losing by 31 to Florida. Center Alex Oriakhi: “We know what it feels like to be on the other end.”
Georgia 59 – Texas A&M 52. Video Highlights
9. Bulldogs get first road win of the season behind Kentavious Caldwell-Pope’s 22 points. ”Winning on the road is a great feeling,”
10. Elston Turner led Texas A&M with 19 points. Fourth straight loss for the Aggies in the first ever meeting between these two teams.
Ole Miss 63 – Auburn 61. Video Highlights
11. Marshall Henderson scores 15 points, sinks game-winning free throws with seven seconds left. Taunts Auburn fans.
12. Ole Miss 6-0 in the SEC for the first time in school history. Henderson: ”We can’t be in a better spot right now, undefeated with Kentucky coming to a packed arena.”
Florida 82 – Mississippi State 47. Video Highlights
13. Eight-game winning streak for the Gators. Hold an opponent under 50 points for the 10th time this season.
14. Florida connects on 14 three-pointers. MSU coach Rick Ray on the Gators: “They have best players in the SEC.” Ray on his team: “We’re just a selfish basketball team.”