Who won SEC games today? – latest basketball scores

2023 SEC Basketball scores last night

MIAMI, FL (Jan. 21) — No. 25 Arkansas, No. 9 Tennessee, No. 16 Auburn and Kentucky all won their respective men’s basketball SEC games today.

In one of the highlighted games on the SEC schedule on Saturday, Kentucky handed Texas A&M its first conference loss this season and snapped the Aggies’ seven-game winning streak with a 76-67 win over in Lexington, Ky.

Antonio Reeves hit two late 3-pointers in the second half en route to scoring 23 points, while Jacob Toppin added 17 points and Oscar Tshiebwe grabbed 17 rebounds with seven points as the Wildcats (13-6, 4-3) won their third straight game. Read more about it here

Meanwhile, No. 25 Arkansas secured a much-needed 69-57 win over Ole Miss at Bud Walton Arena to remain in the conversation for an AP Top 25 spot when the next rankings are released on Monday.

Anthony Black had 17 points, eight assists and finished with a career-high five steals for the Razorbacks, who collected 16 points, five rebounds and four assists from Davonte Davis. The win on Saturday saw Arkansas ended a four-game skid. Read more here

No. 16 Auburn and the ninth-ranked Tennessee also won SEC games today.

Johni Broome scored 27 points and the Tigers won their fifth straight game, beating South Carolina 81-66, while the Volunteers collected a 77-56 victory over the LSU Tigers, who have now lost six straight and have slipped to 1-6 in conference play.

Basketball scores – Who won SEC games today?

Saturday, January 21, 2023
1/21 – FinalOle Miss 57(25) Arkansas 69Box Score
1/21 – FinalVanderbilt 85Georgia 82Box Score
1/21 – FinalTexas A&M 67Kentucky 76Box Score
1/21 – Final(16) Auburn 81South Carolina 66Box Score
1/21 – Final(9) Tennessee 77LSU 56Box Score
1/21 – 0:34 – 1st(4) Alabama 85Missouri 64Box Score
1/21 – 8:30 PM ETFlorida 61Mississippi State 59Box Score

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