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Georgia vs. LSU
The Bulldogs defeated LSU at home in the teams' only meeting of this season. LSU has drastically improved since that game, though. The Tigers have not been able to consistently compete with the elite teams of the SEC, but they have been able to play well at home against some of the more average teams in the league.
The Bulldogs have been playing very well also. They won two of their final three games, losing their final game on a heartbreaking half-court buzzer-beater to Alabama.
Both teams have improved, but the Bulldogs showed the first time around that they are the better team.
Mississippi State vs. Tennessee
The Volunteers got hot at the right time, as they say. Tennessee has won eight of its final nine games and has played its way into contention for an NCAA tournament bid. That would all disappear quickly if they fell to Mississippi State, though.
The Bulldogs have struggled for most of the year, including enduring a 13-game losing streak. The way Tennessee has been playing of late, this game is not expected to be much of a contest.
Vanderbilt vs. Arkansas
Arkansas took one on the chin when it went on the road to play Vanderbilt in February. The same can be said for when Vanderbilt went to Arkansas in January.
The rubber match should be as uncompetitive as the first two games were. Vanderbilt has managed to win four of its last five games and is playing much better, but its offense is too stagnant to keep pace with the Razorbacks.
Texas A&M vs. Missouri
The Missouri Tigers could do no wrong at home this season, but conversely they could do nothing right on the road. One of their road fiascos came when they took on the Aggies in College Station.
Missouri came apart against the Aggies on the road, and it ultimately cost them the game. The same thing should not be expected to happen this time around. Missouri is much more talented then Texas A&M, and that will show in their second meeting this season.
The most interesting storyline to follow: Which Missouri team will show up to a neutral site? The one that could not lose at home, or the one that could not win on the road?