How to watch Alabama vs. Texas A&M in SEC Tournament Championship

Championship Sunday has arrived in Nashville as the top two seeds from the SEC will compete for the 2023 SEC Tournament Championship.

The Alabama Crimson Tide and the Texas A&M Aggies are set to hit the hardwood today to see who can cut down the nets at Bridgestone Arena and leave Nashville as champs of the SEC.

The Aggies got the best of the Crimson Tide in their lone matchup of the regular season in College Station, defeating Alabama 67-61 to close out the regular season last Saturday.

Alabama’s Brandon Miller has been sensational throughout the SEC Tournament averaging 19 points and is an impressive 7-15 from three.

The Aggies are being led by their incredible point guard Wade Taylor IV who just dropped 24 points against Vanderbilt on Saturday.

Here is how you can catch all the action from Nashville as Alabama takes on Texas A&M in the SEC Tournament Championship!

How to watch

Syndication: The Tennessean

  • Date: Sunday, March 12, 2023

  • Time: 12:00 p.m. CT

  • TV Channel: ESPN

  • Live Stream: fuboTV (watch here)

Alabama player to watch: Brandon Miller

Syndication: The Tennessean

Brandon Miller is the best player on the floor each and every time he steps on it. There isn’t much else to add to that. As I have mentioned before, in March, you need your best to be at their best and so far, Miller has delivered for the Tide.

Texas A&M player to watch: Wade Taylor IV

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Wade Taylor IV may be the most underrated player in college basketball. The impact he has on the Aggies is undeniable. There is a distinct difference in this team when he is off the floor compared to when he is on it. Taylor is a flat-out difference-maker for the Aggies.

Series history

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The all-time series between Alabama and Texas A&M is all tied up at 11 games apiece but the Aggies have dominated the series lately with a 7-3 record against the Tide in the previous 10 matchups.

Score prediction

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Alabama 75, Texas A&M 67

This has a chance to be one of the best basketball games of the entire college basketball season. Two hardnosed-in-your-face defensive teams with coaches who demand max effort for 40 minutes. I believe Alabama’s elite scoring talent will show up big in the second half and help propel the Tide to another SEC Tournament Championship.

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