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Auburn @ South CarolinaCurrent Records: Auburn 15-3; South Carolina 8-10The South Carolina Gamecocks haven't won a game against the #16 Auburn Tigers since Jan. 22 of 2019, but they'll be looking to end the drought Saturday. The Gamecocks have the luxury of staying home another game and will welcome Auburn at 3:30 p.m. ET Jan. 21 at Colonial Life Arena. Auburn should still be riding high after a win, while USC will be looking to right the ship.USC received a tough blow on Tuesday as they fell 70-58 to the Ole Miss Rebels...
Auburn @ South Carolina
Current Records: Auburn 15-3; South Carolina 8-10
The South Carolina Gamecocks haven't won a game against the #16 Auburn Tigers since Jan. 22 of 2019, but they'll be looking to end the drought Saturday. The Gamecocks have the luxury of staying home another game and will welcome Auburn at 3:30 p.m. ET Jan. 21 at Colonial Life Arena. Auburn should still be riding high after a win, while USC will be looking to right the ship.
USC received a tough blow on Tuesday as they fell 70-58 to the Ole Miss Rebels. Guard Meechie Johnson Jr. wasn't much of a difference maker for USC; Johnson Jr. finished with only five points on 2-for-10 shooting in his 34 minutes on the court.
Meanwhile, Auburn strolled past the LSU Tigers with points to spare on Wednesday, taking the contest 67-49. The top scorers for Auburn were guard Wendell Green Jr. (14 points) and forward Jaylin Williams (14 points).
USC is the clear underdog, so they're hoping it's the size of the fight that determines this one. Now might not be the best time to take USC against the spread since they've let down bettors for the past two consecutive games.
USC is now 8-10 while Auburn sits at 15-3. A pair of stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: USC has only been able to knock down 39.80% percent of their shots, which is the 349th lowest field goal percentage in college basketball. Auburn's defense has more to brag about, as they they have been holding their opponents to a field goal percentage of 38.60%, which places them 11th in college basketball. So the cards are definitely stacked in their favor.
The Tigers are a big 12.5-point favorite against the Gamecocks, according to the latest college basketball odds.
The oddsmakers were right in line with the betting community on this one, as the game opened as a 12.5-point spread, and stayed right there.
Auburn have won six out of their last ten games against South Carolina.
Auburn vs South Carolina Game InfoThe SEC is in action on Saturday, Jan. 21, highlighted by a Colonial Life Arena clash between the No. 16 Auburn Tigers and South Carolina Gamecocks.Auburn has been surging lately, winning for the fourth straight time with Wednesday's dominant 67-49 over LSU. Unfortunately for South Carolina, victories have been elusive lately more often than not. The Gamecocks fell to 1-4 in their last five games with a 70-58 loss to Ole Miss earlier this week, leaving them desperate for better results today....
The SEC is in action on Saturday, Jan. 21, highlighted by a Colonial Life Arena clash between the No. 16 Auburn Tigers and South Carolina Gamecocks.
Auburn has been surging lately, winning for the fourth straight time with Wednesday's dominant 67-49 over LSU. Unfortunately for South Carolina, victories have been elusive lately more often than not. The Gamecocks fell to 1-4 in their last five games with a 70-58 loss to Ole Miss earlier this week, leaving them desperate for better results today.
Can Auburn extend its winning streak to five games this afternoon? Or will South Carolina find a way to upset its SEC rival to send the hometown crowd home happy?
Auburn enters this contest as the clear road favorite on the moneyline and spread per FanDuel Sportsbook's odds. This 3:30 p.m. ET clash also features an over/under of 133.5 points with both sides set at -110.
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Auburn's been doing a lot of things right to win four games in a row and one of those things is creating defensive havoc. The Tigers have shut down opposing offenses, holding the opposition to an average of just 61 points over the last four games and to 36.7% shooting in the last three.
Unfortunately for South Carolina, its offense has been nowhere to be found lately. On top of being held to 58 or fewer points in three of the last four games, the Gamecocks own the 24th-worst field-goal percentage (39.8%) in the country this season. Scoring is also tough when they're turning the ball over on 18.9% of offensive possessions (No. 225).
Don't overthink things: Auburn is the clear-cut better team here and shouldn't have an issue putting South Carolina in its place.
Final Score Prediction: Auburn: 79 | South Carolina: 65
A 12.5-point spread is intimidating on paper, but Auburn can handle it. For starters, the Tigers are 2-1 ATS on the road against SEC teams this season. They've also covered the spread in four of their last five games against South Carolina, beating the Gamecocks by at least 13 points in three of the last four meetings.
It also helps that South Carolina is an abysmal 2-11 ATS in its last 13 home games played on Saturday. With the Gamecocks also being 0-3 ATS against SEC foes at Colonial Life Arena this season, I'm expecting Auburn to win by a big margin.
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Auburn was within one out of making a return trip to the SEC Tournament championship game for the first time since 2016, but the Tigers’ hopes of a conference title vanished with one swing Friday afternoon in Fayetteville, Ark.Jordan Fabian crushed a two-out, two-run home run to left-center field off Shelby Lowe in the top of the seventh inning to lift 10th-seeded South Carolina to a 3-2 win against third-seeded Auburn at Bogle Park. Fabian’s round-tripper was just the Gamecocks’ second hit of the game, and it erased...
Auburn was within one out of making a return trip to the SEC Tournament championship game for the first time since 2016, but the Tigers’ hopes of a conference title vanished with one swing Friday afternoon in Fayetteville, Ark.
Jordan Fabian crushed a two-out, two-run home run to left-center field off Shelby Lowe in the top of the seventh inning to lift 10th-seeded South Carolina to a 3-2 win against third-seeded Auburn at Bogle Park. Fabian’s round-tripper was just the Gamecocks’ second hit of the game, and it erased what was an otherwise strong pitching performance from the Tigers’ tandem of Lowe and Maddie Penta.
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Fabian was 0-for-9 with seven strikeouts in the SEC Tournament prior to that at-bat.
Lowe and Penta combined for 6 2/3 innings of one-run ball and carried a combined no-hitter into the sixth before a two-out single broke up the no-hit bid. The only run allowed by Auburn prior to Fabian’s no-doubter in the seventh came in the opening frame, when the Gamecocks plated an unearned run off Penta, the SEC Pitcher of the Year.
Penta was solid for three innings despite struggling with command for the second game in a row. In the top of the first, she issued a one-out walk, which came around to score thanks to a throwing error and sac fly that put Auburn in an early 1-0 hole.
The Tigers responded in the second inning, tying things up and taking the lead with a pair of runs in the inning. Makayla Packer tied the game with a one-out single through the left side, which scored pinch-runner Skylar Elkins from first with the help of a South Carolina fielding error. Packer advanced to third on the play before easily scoring on Roach’s ensuing double to put the Tigers ahead, 2-1.
Auburn held serve until the seventh inning thanks to the efforts of Penta and Lowe. Penta tossed three-plus innings, allowing the lone run in the first and striking out four, though she walked three and hit a batter. Two of those walks came in the fourth, as she issued back-to-back walks to open the inning before giving way to Lowe. The left-hander got out of the jam by retiring the first three South Carolina batters she faced.
Lowe allowed a one-out walk in the fifth but struck out the side before South Carolina broke up Auburn’s no-hit bid with a two-out single in the sixth. Lowe prevented the Gamecocks from making anything out of that hit, ending the inning by inducing a fly ball to right field.
Auburn had an opportunity to add to its lead in the bottom of the sixth, but after getting two runners on with just one out in the inning, the Tigers stranded both. It was a missed opportunity for Auburn, as its hopes of an SEC Tournament title slipped away in the seventh.
Lowe issued a leadoff walk to Hannah Hawley in the seventh, as South Carolina got the tying run aboard. Lowe got a flyout and a strikeout to push the Gamecocks to the brink—and get the Tigers within an out of a return to the championship game—before Fabian’s fateful swing.
Auburn had one final chance in the bottom of the inning, but after getting the tying run on base in the form of a leadoff single from Denver Bryant, the Tigers failed to put anything together as their run in Fayetteville unceremoniously ended. Now Auburn will await its NCAA Regional draw when the field of 65 is unveiled Sunday evening.
Tom Green is an Auburn beat reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @Tomas_Verde.