Terrill Weil

These two teams are very familiar with each another at this point.

LSU and Florida meet again for the rubber match in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals in Nashville (Tn). The Tigers are obviously a lock in the NCAA Tournament, but the Gators are still fighting to solidify their hopes at a bid into the field of sixty-eight. We know that LSU will be without Will Wade, but we are still yet to hear anything on point guard Ja’vonte Smart (as of midnight).

When: Noon CT

Where: Bridgestone Arena


No. 8 seed Florida Gators defeated Arkansas yesterday 66-50 to improve their record to 18-14. LSU enters the SEC Tournament as the No. 1 seed looking to improve their NCAA seeding. LSU hasn’t won the SEC Tournament since 1980.