Alabama, Texas A&M post blowout profits

This weekend’s SEC basketball roster showed several surprising results, despite the lack of ranked vs. ranked matches.

SEC weekend kicked off in Knoxville with No. 5 Tennessee hosting a struggling squad from Kentucky, who recently suffered a home loss to South Carolina. After Oscar Tshiebwe’s double-double, Kentucky ended a two-game losing streak by defeating the Volunteers 63-56.

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Conference troubles continued for No. 15 Arkansas as they lost their third straight game on Saturday. The Razorbacks allowed Vanderbilt to score 63 second-half points en route to a 97-84 loss to the Commodores in Nashville.

The second window of play featured two blowouts, one with No. 4 Alabama. Crimson Tide newcomer Brandon Miller dropped 31 points in Alabama’s 106-66 win over LSU at Coleman Coliseum.

After a surprise win over Kentucky on Tuesday, South Carolina returned to Columbia hoping to express their newfound confidence in an improved Texas A&M team. The game proved a hangover from such an exciting win, however, as the Gamecocks lost to Texas A&M 94-53. The Aggies led the Gamecocks 50-18 at halftime.

Here’s a full look at the weekend that was in the SEC.

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Kentucky: Oscar Tshiebwe (15 points, 13 rebounds)

Tennessee: Uros Plavsic (19 points, 3 rebounds)

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Georgia: Terry Roberts (14 points, 7 rebounds)

Ole Miss: Matthew Murrell (13 points, 4 rebounds)

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Vanderbilt: Tyrin Lawrence (22 points, 5 rebounds)

Arkansas: Ricky Council IV (24 points, 3 rebounds)

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Florida: Colin Castleton (16 points, 13 rebounds)

Missouri: Kobe Brown (21 points, 6 rebounds)

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Alabama: Brandon Miller (31 points, 9 rebounds)

LSU: Cam Hayes (10 points, rebound)

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Texas A&M: Wade Taylor IV (20 points, 5 rebounds)

South Carolina: Zachary Davis (13 points, 2 rebounds)

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Auburn: Jaylin Williams (21 points, 7 rebounds)

Mississippi State: Tolu Smith (20 points, 10 rebounds)

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