Tennessee 88 – Kentucky 58. Video Highlights
1. Biggest blowout ever by Tennessee against Kentucky. Worst loss in John Calipari’s Kentucky coaching career. ”They deserved to beat us by 50 points today.”
2. Kentucky struggles without Nerlens Noel. Calipari: We’re going to have to go back to the drawing board. This one, I’ll burn the tape. I’m not watching it. I had to sit through it.”
Florida 83 – Auburn 52. Video Highlights
3. Behind a season-high 22 points from Mike Rosario, Florida blows out Auburn. Gator guards scored 38 of 47 first-half points.
4. Worst home loss for Auburn since 1952 when former Georgia football coach Vince Dooley was a starting shooting guard for the Tigers.
Alabama 68 – South Carolina 58. Video Highlights
5. Alabama gets the win – scoring more than 60 points for the first time in nine games. Combined with Kentucky’s loss, Crimson Tide now in sole possession of second place in the SEC.
6. Gamecocks drop sixth straight game. Coach Frank Martin: “At least we found a handful of guys who had a little enthusiasm for competing today.”
Arkansas 73 – Missouri 71. Video Highlights
7. In a game that featured 25 fouls by each team, Arkansas coach Mike Anderson gets the victory in a reunion against his old squad. ”We were lucky today, I told them that. We were fortunate today.”
8. Missouri led by four points with under 30 seconds to go, committed 10 second-half turnovers. Arkansas guard BJ Young: “It was just one of the craziest games I ever played in, if not THE craziest.”
LSU 80 – Mississippi State 68. Video Highlights
9. After an 0-4 start, Tigers now even at 6-6 in SEC play. LSU coach Johnny Jones: ”We had a chance if we wanted to, starting out 0-4, to hit a panic button, but we never did that.”
10. Tenth straight loss for Mississippi State. Bulldogs coach Rick Ray: ”I’m worried about where we are mentally at this point because I’m not seeing that competitive spirit that we’ve played with in the past.”
Vanderbilt 63 – Texas A&M 56. Video Highlights
11. Season-high 17 points for Dai-Jon Parker. Vanderbilt coach Kevin Stallings: ’“He was terrific. And he was terrific on defense, too. Great to see him do that.”
12. After a 37-point effort this week, Aggies guard Elston Turner scores 14. Missed eight of his first 10 shots.
Ole Miss 84 – Georgia 74 (Overtime). Video Highlights
13. Marshall Henderson scores the last 14 points in regulation for Ole Miss, ends up with a game-high 25 points. Rebels coach Andy Kennedy: “I think this is the impetus that we needed to finish this season strong.”
14. 17 lead changes in the game – tied 12 different times. Georgia coach Mark Fox: “I thought we had a chance to win in regulation and we didn’t do it.”