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Kentucky’s Path to the Final Four

John Calipari and company begin their 58th NCAA tournament campaign in school history tomo0rrow night. It is not just a few wins and an early exit that Calipari is looking for. No one in Lexington, Kentucky will be satisfied with anything less than cutting down the net in San Antonio. Kentucky always enters the …

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Mississippi State makes history

Mississippi State made history Monday night. The Lady Bulldogs basketball team earned their first ever number 1 seed in the NCAA tournament. The Bulldogs (32-1) (16-0) won the SEC regular-season championship and were the first team since Tennessee in 1997-98 to finish the regular season undefeated. They are the No. …

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LSU to Host Louisiana-Lafayette Wednesday in NIT

LSU will make their eighth appearance in NIT history as a third seed in a season which featured huge improvements compared to 2016-17. They’ll host the Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin Cajuns Wednesday evening at 7 PM on ESPN 3. They finished the season 17-14 after losing to Mississippi State in the second round …

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Mississippi State Makes NIT

On Sunday night, the Mississippi State Bulldogs found out their postseason fate. They are a four seed in the National Invitation Tournament and will host fifth-seeded Nebraska Wednesday night at 9:00 ET. If the Bulldogs defeat the Cornhuskers, they would face Baylor or Wagner in the second round. https://twitter.com/HailStateMBK/status/972996106052423680 The …

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Record Eight SEC Teams Earn NCAA Tournament Bid

As the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament begins this week, fans will see some additional Southeastern Conference (SEC) teams in action. A record eight SEC teams have earned a bid in March Madness this year. The Florida Gators, which will make an appearance in the tournament for a second-straight season, is …

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