Seeds sorted in SEC: MSU, South Carolina baseball set to decide much in league
Mississippi State head baseball coach John Cohen, right, has a meeting on the mound with pitcher Chad Girado. (Photo by Kim Murrell, SDN)
There is a great deal of things yet to be decided going into the final weekend of Southeastern Conference baseball.
This year, Vanderbilt has already clinched the overall SEC title and Eastern Division, while LSU has already won the West.
With the top two seeds for the SEC Tournament set, the final 10 seeds are up for grabs.
Two of those teams in the mix for that is No. 23 (Collegiate Baseball) Mississippi State (38-15, 14-13) and No. 15 South Carolina (38-14, 16-10). The Bulldogs and the Gamecocks meet in Starkville starting today for the final SEC series of the season.
Today and Friday's games are scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at Dudy Noble Field, while Saturday's finale will start at 2 p.m.
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