SEC Men’s Basketball Results – Feb. 11

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MIAMI, FL (Feb. 11) – The SEC Men’s Basketball results on Saturday, following a full slate of matchups which took place across the conference. Among the notable results on the day was No. 3 Alabama going 12-0 in conference action, while No. 6 Tennessee stunned and LSU continues to slide.

Alabama Dominating SEC Fixtures

One of the most highly-anticipated games of the day saw No. 3 Alabama take on Auburn, with the Crimson Tide coming away with a 77-69 victory to remain undefeated in SEC play. Read more: Top 25 roundup: Mizzou stuns No. 6 Tennessee on last-second heave

Rylan Griffen was the standout performer for the Tide (22-3, 12-0 SEC), scoring 16 points off the bench and hitting three 3-pointers in the win as they improved to 8-1 on the road. Mark Sears added 15 points, six rebounds, and three steals, while Brandon Miller had 13 points and six rebounds, and Jaden Bradley scored 12 points.

Wendell Green Jr. led the way for Auburn (17-8, 7-5 SEC) at Neville Arena with 24 points, while Jaylin Williams ended with 16 points and K.D. Johnson had 12 points and seven rebounds.

Another notable result saw Missouri stun No. 6 Tennessee with an 86-85 victory. DeAndre Gholston hit a buzzer-beater to seal the win for the Tigers, who were led in scoring by Kobe Brown with 21 points. Tyreke Key scored 23 points and six rebounds for Tennessee in the defeat.

Texas A&M also had a big win, beating LSU 74-62 for a third straight victory and handing the Tigers their 10th consecutive loss of the season.

Wade Taylor IV led the way for the Aggies with 23 points, while Adam Miller had 18 points in a losing effort for LSU.

In other SEC action on Saturday, Georgia defeated Kentucky 75-68, South Carolina beat Ole Miss 64-61, Vanderbilt took down Florida 88-80, and Mississippi State beat Arkansas 70-64.

SEC Men’s Basketball Results – Feb. 11

Away TeamHome TeamResultWinner HighLoser High
No. 3 AlabamaAuburnALA 77, AUB 69Rylan Griffen 16 PtsWendell Green Jr. 24 Pts
MissouriNo. 6 TennesseeMIZ 86, TENN 85Kobe Brown 21 PtsTyreke Key 23 Pts
KentuckyGeorgiaUGA 75, UK 68Kario Oquendo 21 PtsOscar Tshiebwe 20 Pts
South CarolinaOle MissSC 64, MISS 61Hayden Brown 18 PtsTye Fagan 17 Pts
VanderbiltFloridaVAN 88, FLA 80Liam Robbins 32 PtsColin Castleton 25 Pts
Mississippi StateArkansasMSST 70, ARK 64Dashawn Davis 17 PtsAnthony Black 23 Pts
Texas A&MLSUTA&M 74, LSU 62Wade Taylor IV 23 PtsAdam Miller 18 Pts

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