No. 10 seed LSU will face No. 7 Mississippi State in the second round of the SEC Conference Tournament on Thursday at 6 p.m. CT on the SEC Network.

The winner will go on to face No. 2 Tennessee in the quarterfinals on Friday.

The Tigers finished out the regular season this past Saturday with a 78-57 win over the Bulldogs and head into the SEC Tournament with a 17-13, 8-10 SEC record.

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The only time an SEC Tournament should be held west of the Mississippi is if it's held in Houston.
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St. Louis...smh...
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Auburn vs UK is going to be a fun game.
Reply4 months
Easy win against State but can they beat the Vols?
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It won’t be easy beating a team twice in five days.
4 months
Looking forward to Arch Madness.
Reply4 months
I can’t say I’m mad about this bracket. Set up decently for a good run.
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Agree. LSU has problems with teams that are physical in the paint. Most of those teams are in the other bracket.
4 months
Why is the SEC tourney being played in a northern city?
Reply4 months
Because Missouri?
4 months
That's what we get for putting Midwest teams in a Southern conference
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