NCAA Basketball Standings:SEC Conference Race Still Wide Open

Every SEC Eastern division basketball team has posted at least one conference victory in what is shaping up as a wide open battle for the conference crown. Kentucky, Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina all have two conference wins in the East while Arkansas, Mississippi State, Alabama, and LSU all have two wins in the West. Ole Miss and Auburn are the only two SEC teams still searching for a conference win.  

Things should begin to take shape this week as Georgia hosts Tennessee tonight in a key Eastern division match-up and then hosts Mississippi State on Saturday. Kentucky travels to Alabama tonight before visiting South Carolina on Saturday in what is also a key divisional match-up. LSU will try and recover from a blow out loss to the Wildcats on Saturday when they take on winless Ole Miss. 


Southeastern Conference Standings

(updated 1.18.2011 at 2:03 AM EST)

East Conf Overall
W L W L
Kentucky Wildcats 2 1 14 3
Georgia Bulldogs 2 1 13 3
Florida Gators 2 1 13 4
South Carolina Gamecocks 2 1 11 5
Vanderbilt Commodores 1 2 12 4
Tennessee Volunteers 1 2 11 6
West Conf Overall
W L W L
Arkansas Razorbacks 2 1 12 4
Mississippi St. Bulldogs 2 1 10 7
Alabama Crimson Tide 2 1 10 7
LSU Tigers 2 1 10 8
Mississippi Rebels 0 3 12 6
Auburn Tigers 0 3 7 10


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