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.
Reply9 months
St. Louis...smh...
Reply9 months
Auburn vs UK is going to be a fun game.
Reply9 months
Easy win against State but can they beat the Vols?
Reply9 months
It won’t be easy beating a team twice in five days.
9 months
Looking forward to Arch Madness.
Reply9 months
I can’t say I’m mad about this bracket. Set up decently for a good run.
Reply9 months
Agree. LSU has problems with teams that are physical in the paint. Most of those teams are in the other bracket.
9 months
Why is the SEC tourney being played in a northern city?
Reply9 months
Because Missouri?
9 months
That's what we get for putting Midwest teams in a Southern conference
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