The Columbus State basketball teams are home tonight at Herbert Greene Court in the Lumpkin Center. Georgia College is the opponent, and the women play at 5:30 pm and the men play at 7:30 pm. We’ll have the games for you, here on NewsRadio 540 WDAK, and iHeart Radio.
Auburn welcomes Arkansas to town tonight. The Tigers are 17-and-8 on the season and even in SEC play at 6-and-6. Auburn is coming off a 64-53 win over Vanderbilt on Saturday. The Razorbacks have lost three in-a-row to slip to 14-and-11 and 5-and-7.
Georgia plays Mississippi State in Athens tonight. The Bulldogs will try to end a six-game losing streak. Their most recent setback was Saturday against LSU. UGA is 10-and-15 on the season, including 1-and-11 in the SEC. Mississippi State is 18-and-7.
Georgia Tech is on its home floor tonight against Pittsburgh. The Yellow Jackets suffered their seventh straight loss Saturday against Florida State. Tech is 11-and-15 on the season, including 3-and-10 in the ACC. The Panthers have lost nine in a row and are 12-and-14 overall.
Last night, Alabama was held scoreless for more than five minutes as Texas A&M made a 12-point second-half comeback to beat the Tide 65-56 in College Station. Tevin Mack led the way for 'Bama with 14 points. No other player was in double-figures. The Crimson Tide's have lost a season-high three straight. They welcome Vanderbilt to Tuscaloosa Saturday night. The Commodores are 0-and-13 in the SEC.
No. 5 Tennessee bounced back from a loss at Kentucky over the
weekend and outlasted Vanderbilt 58-46 in the Volunteers' first
game since losing their No. 1 ranking. Forward Grant Williams led
the way with 14 points and 11 rebounds for Tennessee, handing Vandy
its 14th straight loss.
No. 24 Maryland squandered an 11-point lead over the final four
minutes but Bruno Fernando's put back with 7.8 seconds left lifted
the Terrapins to a 66-65 victory over 21st-ranked Iowa. Maryland
got 17 points from Anthony Cowan, who shot 5 of 10 from 3-point
range and had eight rebounds.
No. 15 Purdue was able to grind out a 48-46 win at Indiana thanks
to a Matt Haarms tip-in with 3.2 seconds remaining. Indiana's slim
NCAA Tournament hopes likely die with the loss, the Hoosiers' fifth
straight to their in-state rivals. Ryan Cline had 11 points to lead
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