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PostPosted: 11/11/21 11:17 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Auburn loses at home to Georgia Southern 68-66



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PostPosted: 11/12/21 6:45 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Towson thumps Florida 87-70



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PostPosted: 11/13/21 1:45 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Georgia beats Gardner-Webb 97-45


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PostPosted: 11/14/21 7:11 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

This is the first day the SEC has collectively played against a slate of non-cupcake teams, and they've gone 2-6 with MSU struggling at half-time. I didn't see a whole lot to impress me in the games I caught part of. Granted A&M and SC were off, but still...


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PostPosted: 11/15/21 1:17 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

It doesn't surprise me too much. Ole Miss losing to Belmont kinda does, but Ole Miss is still a middle-of-the-pack conference team, whose future seems positive.

Most of the SEC teams that have losses thus far this season - Vanderbilt, Auburn, Florida, Missouri, Alabama - were the bottom 5 of the conference in the media's pre-season conference rankings. They are a combined 5-6 thus far. 2 of those wins are Missouri's, who hasn't played any tough opponents yet.

The rest of the top 9 are a combined 16-4 thus far. #7 LSU and #8 Ole Miss are a combined 2-2. SC, UT, TAMU, UK, UGA, Arkansas, and #9 Miss St. are a combined 14-2 thus far. Those 2 losses are UK's to Indiana, and Arky's to CT - both of those opponents are nationally top 10 and were favored in their games.

I would not call today's results too shocking. Those bottom 5 or so teams were already expected to have struggling seasons this season, with new rosters, new staffs, or both. Teams like Ole Miss, LSU, and Miss St. have talent and/or promising futures, but as far as taking major steps forward THIS season, is a total mystery at this point. They'll most likely get some quality wins, but could also get some embarrassing losses along the way as well, as they learn new identities.

The top 6 mentioned above will be the conference leaders who have a chance to reach into the NCAAT. This was already understood before the season began. ESPN's Charlie Creme has 9 SEC teams making the NCAAT, with pre-season #11 Missouri jumping past #10 Alabama and #9 Miss St. to get in as one of the "last four in", and #9 Miss St. being in the "first four out", and Alabama not given any consideration at all. USC is the only SEC #1 Seed, Kentucky is a #3 Seed, and both Tennessee and Texas A&M - the #2 and #3 pre-season media picks for the SEC - were both #5 Seeds. After them, Arkansas and LSU were #9 Seeds....


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PostPosted: 11/15/21 10:58 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Through the first week of the season (Nov. 9th-15th) - (#: pre-season media ranking of SEC) :

#3. Texas A&M: 3-0
#2. Tennessee: 3-0
#9. Mississippi State: 3-0
#1. South Carolina: 2-0
#5. Georgia: 2-0
#11. Missouri: 2-0
#4. Kentucky: 2-1
#6. Arkansas: 2-1
#12. Florida: 2-2
#10. Alabama: 1-1
#7. LSU: 1-1
#8 Ole Miss: 1-1
#14. Vanderbilt: 1-2
#13. Auburn: 0-2


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PostPosted: 11/18/21 9:09 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Georgia found their defense in the 2Q and beat the Mercer Bears 67-52.

https://www.espn.com/womens-college-basketball/boxscore/_/gameId/401375199


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PostPosted: 11/21/21 4:25 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Georgia beats Alabama State 73-43.

https://www.espn.com/womens-college-basketball/boxscore/_/gameId/401375858

Next up, some tougher opponents - Notre Dame, Marquette, Texas Tech and then Georgia Tech!


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PostPosted: 11/21/21 6:32 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

SPD wrote:
Georgia beats Alabama State 73-43.

https://www.espn.com/womens-college-basketball/boxscore/_/gameId/401375858

Next up, some tougher opponents - Notre Dame, Marquette, Texas Tech and then Georgia Tech!


Speaking of Georgia Tech, they took the loss today from lowly Auburn 59-51 at home. It was the Yellow Jackets' first loss of the season.

I did not see that coming.....

Other SEC games: #16 Tennessee upset (mild upset) #12 Texas in overtime 74-70. A statement win for the Lady Vols. Also #1 South Carolina beat injury-depleted #9 Oregon 80-63, to set up a showdown for the Battle 4 Atlantis Championship with #2 Connecticut tomorrow...


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PostPosted: 11/21/21 8:18 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Conway Gamecock wrote:
SPD wrote:
Georgia beats Alabama State 73-43.

https://www.espn.com/womens-college-basketball/boxscore/_/gameId/401375858

Next up, some tougher opponents - Notre Dame, Marquette, Texas Tech and then Georgia Tech!


Speaking of Georgia Tech, they took the loss today from lowly Auburn 59-51 at home. It was the Yellow Jackets' first loss of the season.

I did not see that coming.....

Other SEC games: #16 Tennessee upset (mild upset) #12 Texas in overtime 74-70. A statement win for the Lady Vols. Also #1 South Carolina beat injury-depleted #9 Oregon 80-63, to set up a showdown for the Battle 4 Atlantis Championship with #2 Connecticut tomorrow...


Auburn over Georgia Tech certainly surprised me!


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PostPosted: 11/24/21 7:22 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

And then Auburn loses to Little Rock Shocked


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PostPosted: 11/25/21 3:53 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Through Week #2 of the season (Nov. 16th-22nd) - (#: pre-season media ranking of SEC) :

#1. South Carolina: 6-0
#2. Tennessee: 4-0
#3. Texas A&M: 4-0
#5. Georgia: 4-0
#9. Mississippi State: 4-0
#11. Mizzouri: 4-0
#6. Arkansas: 4-1
#4. Kentucky: 3-1
#8. Ole Miss: 3-1
#12. Florida: 4-2
#7. LSU: 2-1
#14. Vanderbilt: 3-2
#10. Alabama: 2-2
#14. Auburn: 2-2


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PostPosted: 11/25/21 3:58 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

myrtle wrote:
And then Auburn loses to Little Rock Shocked


Auburn played poorly all the way around. They trailed from the start, and never mounted much of a response. Perhaps they were hungover from the GT win, but it's back to the drawing board.....


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PostPosted: 12/02/21 5:09 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Through Week #3 of the season (Nov. 23rd-29th) - (#: pre-season media ranking of SEC) :

#1. South Carolina: 8-0
#3. Texas A&M: 7-0
#11. Missouri: 7-0
#2. Tennessee: 6-0
#5. Georgia: 6-0
#6. Arkansas: 6-1
#8. Ole Miss: 6-1
#4. Kentucky: 5-1
#7. LSU: 5-1
#9. Mississippi State: 5-1
#12. Florida: 6-2
#10. Alabama: 5-2
#14. Vanderbilt: 4-4
#13. Auburn: 3-3



Results in the Week:

Nov. 23rd
Ole Miss over Jackson State 79-66
LSU over Tulane 75-58
Missouri over Troy 76-63

Nov. 24th
Little Rock over Auburn 57-49
Alabama over Mercer 55-48

Nov. 25th
Mississippi State over Dayton 65-54
Arizona over Vanderbilt 48-46
Texas A&M over Pittsburgh 57-46

Nov. 26th
Vanderbilt over Rutgers 51-40
Auburn over Charleston Southern 91-42
LSU over New Mexico State 72-52
Alabama over Western Carolina 77-43
South Carolina over Elon 79-38
Georgia over Notre Dame 71-67 (OT)
Tennessee over Kansas 68-58
Ole Miss over San Diego State 62-48
Florida over Saint Louis 69-54
Texas A&M over South Dakota 58-44

Nov. 27th
LSU over Missouri State 66-58
DePaul over Vanderbilt 91-74
Georgia over Marquette 70-45
Arkansas over Sam Houston 92-66
Missouri over Columbia 87-80
Michigan over Mississippi State 64-48
Ole Miss over California 64-45
Tennessee over Oklahoma State 80-55
Florida over George Washington 61-50
Texas A&M over Northwestern 77-68
Kentucky over La Salle 74-52

Nov. 28th
Missouri over Lehigh 88-67
Alabama over Bethune-Cookman 89-45
Arkansas over Belmont 83-63

Nov. 29th
South Carolina over North Carolina A&T 79-42


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PostPosted: 12/02/21 5:15 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Through Week #4 of the season (Nov. 30th-Dec. 6th) - (#: pre-season media ranking of SEC) :


#1. South Carolina: 9-0
#2. Tennessee: 8-0
#3. Texas A&M: 8-1
#8. Ole Miss: 8-1
#11. Missouri: 8-1
#5. Georgia: 7-1
#4. Kentucky: 6-1
#7. LSU: 6-1
#10. Alabama: 8-2
#6. Arkansas: 7-2
#9. Mississippi State: 6-2
#12. Florida: 7-3
#13. Auburn: 5-3
#14. Vanderbilt: 5-5


Three previously undefeated teams in Texas A&M, Missouri, and UGA suffered their first losses on the season this past week. There were some close losses: Florida to George Mason by 4 pts, Arkansas to UCF by 1 pt., Missouri to Baylor by 2 pts., and UGA to GT by 1 pt.

Tennessee seems to be rising, and LSU is starting to make it's case under 1st-year HC Mulkey. The next games for the SEC will take place starting on the 8th.



Results in the Week:


Nov. 30th
Alabama over Memphis 71-44
Vanderbilt over Chattanooga 91-61
Auburn over North Florida 72-65

Dec. 1st
Ole Miss over New Orleans 92-47
Texas A&M over Little Rock 65-50
Tennessee over Tennessee Tech 76-48
Kentucky over West Virginia 83-60
Mississippi State over McNeese 102-55
George Mason over Florida 75-71

Dec. 2nd
Missouri beat SIUE 79-46
UCF beat Arkansas 52-51
Georgia beat Texas Tech 66-56
LSU beat Iowa State 69-60

Dec. 3rd
South Carolina beat Kansas State 65-44
Alabama beat Houston 77-67

Dec. 4th
Oklahoma beat Mississippi State 94-63
Baylor beat Missouri 70-68

Dec. 5th
Georgia Tech beat Georgia 55-54
Kentucky beat Merrimack 90-56
Tennessee beat Virginia Tech 64-58
Arkansas beat California 84-67
Ole Miss beat Cincinnati 75-63
Florida beat TCU 63-54
Alabama beat Chattanooga 80-64
Kansas beat Vanderbilt 74-67
Auburn beat Oklahoma State 77-66
Texas beat Texas A&M 76-60

Dec. 6th
No games scheduled - exams week




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PostPosted: 12/06/21 6:07 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Through Week #5 of the season (Dec. 7th - Dec. 13th) - (#: pre-season media ranking of SEC) :




To be updated





Results in the Week:


Dec. 7th

No Games Scheduled - exams week

Dec. 8th


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