The SEC enters the third weekend of conference action with a couple of good matchups. The biggest series takes place in Gainesville between the Florida Gators and the Vanderbilt Commodores. The Auburn and Alabama series features two squads that have struggled over the last week. Auburn enters the weekend after losing on the road at Troy on Wednesday by a score of 5-4 while Alabama lost to UAB on Wednesday by a score of 6-4. The other matchups this weekend see Kentucky visiting Arkansas, Georgia going to LSU, Mississippi State heading to South Carolina, and Ole Miss hosting Tennessee.
The SEC enters their second weekend of conference play with some intriguing matchups. The best series is #5 Florida visiting #19 Ole Miss while #20 Alabama visits #16 Arkansas is also a matchup between Top 20 schools. #26 Kentucky heads to #23 Vanderbilt in the only other conference series to feature ranked squads. The other matchups on the weekend sees #4 LSU visiting Tennessee, #21 South Carolina heading to Auburn, and Georgia heading to Mississippi State.
The SEC kicks off conference play this weekend with a three series featuring ranked squads facing off against each other. The marquee series of the weekend sees the 14th ranked Arkansas Razorbacks visiting Baton Rouge to take on the sixth ranked LSU Tigers. The number 18 ranked Vanderbilt Commodores will head to Tuscaloosa to play the 23rd ranked Crimson Tide. The other series that features two ranked squads facing off is the 22nd ranked Ole Miss Rebels visiting the number 20 ranked Kentucky Wildcats. 8th ranked Florida hosts Mississippi State, Tennessee heads to 24th ranked South Carolina, and Auburn visits Athens GA to take on the Georgia Bulldogs. You can take a look at the expected pitching matchups below. I also did a season preview of the SEC Eastern Division and SEC Western Division which looks at each team in depth. Continue reading
The top 8 SEC teams collide in Hoover this week with a conference tournament championship and automatic bid to the NCAA tournament on the line. The LSU Tigers find themselves as the top overall seed, posting a 20-10 record in SEC play and winning the tie-breaker over co-champion Ole Miss. Florida, the SEC East champs, earned the two seed. Ole Miss, who finished tied with LSU for the league’s best record, will be the 3 seed. Alabama will meet South Carolina in the 4/5 matchup. Continue reading
The SEC ends the regular season this weekend with each squad in conference play. Seven squads have booked a spot in the SEC Tournament with Kentucky and Vanderbilt battling for the eighth spot. There are currently five squads which could win the SEC Regular Season title this weekend with LSU, Alabama, Ole Miss Florida and Georgia all having a chance. Continue reading
I am pinch-hitting this week for Colin Weber as he had another commitment. The top series of the weekend sees Florida making their first trip to the new Alex Box Stadium to take on the LSU Tigers. The other marquee series is Arkansas visiting Alabama. The Vanderbilt Commodores have an important series at Georgia as they will give freshman Sonny Gray his first career start on Friday night. We also see Mississippi State visiting Ole Miss in an intrastate rivalry series. The other two series sees Auburn going to Kentucky and South Carolina heading to Tennessee. Continue reading
The road to the SEC championship will be well traveled this weekend with key series in both the Eastern and Western divisions. The LSU Tigers, leaders by a half game in the SEC West, travel to Fayetteville to take on the Arkansas Razorbacks in a series that has more than just SEC title implications. Both teams are in the hunt for national seeds in the upcoming NCAA Tournament, and a series victory could be the difference in home field advantage on the road to Omaha. Continue reading
SEC conference play rolls on this weekend with some pivotal matchups that will impact a tight SEC West race. Arkansas currently sits on top of the West, with a half game lead on LSU and Ole Miss and a one and a half game lead on Alabama. Georgia leads Florida in the SEC East by three games. The big matchup of the weekend will take place when the Georgia Bulldogs travel to Oxford to take on Ole Miss. The Rebels enter the weekend on a three game winning streak, the longest current winning streak in the conference. South Carolina travels to Florida in an Eastern Division clash. Continue reading