No. 2 Mississippi State is back in a familiar place.
After beating No. 15 Texas A&M 70-55 on Saturday, the Bulldogs will face No. 8 South Carolina in the SEC title game for the third straight year.
Vic Schaefer’s squad got out to a slow start against the Aggies, but clamped down on defense to hold Texas A&M to just 37 percent shooting. Victoria Vivians led MSU with 22 points.
Tomorrow’s game against the Gamecocks is at 3:30 p.m. They have beaten the Bulldogs for the SEC crown in each of the past two title meetings.