The Mississippi State Bulldogs will enter year three of the coach Rick Ray era with a better non-conference schedule than in the past.
For the Southeastern Conference portion of the schedule, it promises to be intriguing.
The SEC released conference basketball games on Friday via the new SEC Network.
The Bulldogs open SEC play with Tennessee at home Jan. 7 at 8 p.m. The game can be seen on the SEC Network. MSU ends the season with a home contest against Missouri on March 7. All 18 league games can be seen on either the SEC Network, Fox Sports Net, ESPNU or ESPN2.
Mississippi State will have a good non-conference slate with Florida State, Oregon State, Utah State and St. Louis.
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