2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
15-19, 12th in SEC

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Utah State graduate transfer Lew Evans just committed to Tennessee, he told ESPN.

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39dAlex Scarborough

Make-or-break positions in the SEC East

On most teams you can pinpoint a single position that can make the season. Today, we'll look at those make-or-break positions in the SEC East.

The road to the Championship (1:10)
Simmons, LSU advance to SEC semifinals (0:33)
LSU uses late rally to down Vols 84-75 (0:42)

Blakeney puts exclamation on LSU win

Antonio Blakeney (22 points) finished the game with this powerful one-handed slam to lead LSU past Tennessee 84-75 and set up a SEC tournament semifinal date with Texas A&M on Saturday.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Armani Moore, who's been playing point guard for Tennessee, just went to the bench with his fourth foul. All tied up at 56-56.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Ben Simmons picks up his third foul, and LSU is clinging to a 54-53 lead over Tennessee with 9:47 to play in Nashville. Wonder if fatigue sets in with Vols, who are playing their third game in three days.


Transition dunk draws Vols within one

This Robert Hubbs III dunk cut into LSU's second-half lead, but the Tigers still hold a slim lead over Tennessee with 12 minutes remaining. (Live on SEC Network/WatchESPN)

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

With Ben Simmons on the floor, LSU comes out quickly in the second half and jumps on Tennessee to take a six-point lead. Tigers playing with much more sense of urgency.


Tennessee leads LSU at halftime

After falling behind the Tigers by as many as 9 in the first half, the Vols lead 33-32 at the break. This Robert Hubbs layup gave Tennessee its first lead of the game. (Live on SEC Network/WatchESPN)

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Ben Simmons sits for all but four minutes and some change in the first half with two fouls, and Tennessee leads 33-32 over an LSU team that's giving new meaning to underachievement.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Jim Hawthorne, the Voice of the Tigers, is calling his final SEC tournament. Hawthorne has been LSU's basketball play-by-play guy since the 1979-80 season. He called his final football season at LSU this past year.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

LSU leads Tennessee 16-10, but Ben Simmons is on the bench with two early fouls.


Simmons making impact from the jump

LSU's Ben Simmons made this basket mere seconds into the game, triggering an early Tigers 8-0 run on Tennessee. (Live on SEC Network/WatchESPN)

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Tournament History

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