By Keith Antigiovanni
There are only two weeks left in the regular season and all 12 SEC teams are jockeying for the postseason with the SEC Tournament and the NCAA Playoffs which ends with the 66th College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska.
10 of the 12 colleges will be playing today. The South Carolina Gamecocks (15-9) are the top team in the SEC East and leads by a half game over the Kentucky Wildcats (15-8). South Carolina is in Fayetteville to face the Arkansas Razorbacks (12-11) in the final game of a three-game series. The first two games of the series have been split and an Arkansas tie would create a tie in the East between South Carolina and Kentucky. The Wildcats have a bye today and do not play again until wednesday.
Florida (14-10) is third place in the East and also has a bye today. Georgia (11-12) will play Auburn in Athens, Vanderbilt (10-13) is on the road in Knoxville to play Tennessee (8-15).
The LSU Tigers (15-8) lead the SEC West and is away to complete their series with the Ole Miss Rebels (11-12). Mississippi State (12-11) is tied for second in the West with Arkansas and will play Alabama (6-17) today. Auburn is 10-13 and plays Georgia.
East: South Carolina 15-9, Kentucky 15-8, Florida 14-10, Georgia 11-12, Vanderbilt 10-13
West: LSU 15-8, Arkansas 12-11, Miss ST 12-11, Ole Miss 11-12, Auburn 10-13