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Kentucky-Missouri, Alabama-Florida highlight SEC's weekend

A look at the upcoming week around the Southeastern Conference: GAME OF THE WEEKEND: No. 21 Kentucky travels to face Missouri in a game that could be huge for the Tigers' NCAA Tournament hopes. Missouri won at Alabama earlier this week to gain some desperately needed momentum, but is still just 4-5 in conference play. Kentucky will try to get off to a better start after erasing double-digit deficits in victories over West Virginia and Vanderbilt.
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