Comings and goings in the transfer portal have shaken up the Top 25 for next season in a signifiicant way.
- 11/25L 53-42
- 11/26L 84-73
- 11/30W 68-51
- 12/4W 69-63
- 12/8W 82-59
- 12/12L 85-82
- 12/16W 81-65
- 12/21W 87-48
- 12/30W 83-73
- 1/2L 78-73
- 1/513W 78-63
- 1/9W 84-81
- 1/13L 56-55
- 1/16W 72-69
- 1/19L 64-46
- 1/2318L 81-73
- 1/2618L 56-53
- 1/30W 95-56
- 2/2L 61-45
- 2/6W 75-59
- 2/10L 94-80
- 2/13L 72-51
- 2/20W 66-56
- 2/24W 69-48
- 2/276L 64-59
- 3/3W 63-57
- 3/6L 78-71
- 3/11W 74-73
- 3/126L 85-48
- 3/201W 74-68
- 3/252W 68-67
- 3/274W 84-62
- 3/281L 77-64
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Mississippi State coach Ben Howland has signed former North Carolina forward Garrison Brooks as a graduate transfer after he had nearly 1,300 points and 800 rebounds in four seasons with the Tar Heels.
- Miss. State adds touted transfer Brooks from UNC
- SEC, ESPN strike 10-year deal starting in '24
- Mississippi State basketball plans 25% capacity
- Cancun Challenge tourney relocating to Florida
— D.J. Stewart Jr. made a 3-pointer with two seconds remaining to lead Mississippi State to a 68-67 win over short-handed Richmond in the NIT quarterfinals on Thursday night.
— D.J. Stewart Jr. scored 20 points, Iverson Molinar added 19 and Mississippi State defeat Saint Louis 74-68 on Saturday to wrap up the first round of the NIT.
— Jaden Shackelford had 13 points, Jahvon Quinerly added 14 off the bench and top-seeded Alabama blew out No. 9 seed Mississippi State 85-48 on Friday in a Southeastern Conference Tournament quarterfinal.
— Iverson Molinar scored eight of his 21 points in the final 3:07 to erase a five-point deficit and Mississippi State held off Kentucky 74-73 on Thursday in the second round of the Southeastern Conference tournament.
— Allen Flanigan scored 17 of his 22 points in the second half and Auburn pulled away late to beat Mississippi State 78-71 on Saturday and give Bruce Pearl his 600th coaching victory in the Tigers' season finale.
— Iverson Molinar scored 18 points and D.J. Stewart added 14 as Mississippi State fended off Texas A&M 63-57 on Wednesday night.
— Jaden Shackleford scored 10 of his 15 points in the second half, and No. 6 Alabama beat Mississippi State 64-59 on Saturday night to clinch its first Southeastern Conference regular-season championship since 2002.
— D.J. Stewart Jr. scored 15 points, Abdul Ado had 11 and Mississippi State jumped out early and cruised to a 69-48 victory over South Carolina on Wednesday night.
— Iverson Molinar scored 17 points, Mississippi State picked up 36 in the paint, and the Bulldogs defeated in-state rival Ole Miss 66-56 on Saturday.
— Maxwell Evans scored 20 points, Scotty Pippen Jr. added 18 and Vanderbilt hit 10 3-pointers in the first half to jump start a 72-51 win at Mississippi State on Saturday.
— Cameron Thomas scored 25 points, Javonte Smart had 22 points and 11 assists, and LSU pulled away down the stretch to beat Mississippi State 94-80 on Wednesday night.