2002–03 Mississippi State Bulldogs men’s basketball team – Wikipedia

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American school basketball season

2002–03 Southeastern Convention males’s basketball standings
Conf General
Staff W   L   PCT W   L   PCT
East
No. 1 Kentucky † 16 0   1.000 32 4   .889
No. 10 Florida 12 4   .750 25 8   .758
No. 25 Georgia 11 5   .688 19 8   .704
Tennessee 9 7   .563 17 12   .586
South Carolina 5 11   .313 12 16   .429
Vanderbilt 3 13   .188 11 18   .379
West
No. 20 Mississippi State 9 7   .563 21 10   .677
Auburn 8 8   .500 22 12   .647
LSU 8 8   .500 21 11   .656
Alabama 7 9   .438 17 12   .586
Ole Leave out 4 12   .250 14 15   .483
Arkansas 4 12   .250 9 19   .321
† 2003 SEC Match winner
Ratings from AP Ballot[1]

The 2002–03 Mississippi State basketball group represented Mississippi State College as a member of the Southeastern Convention all through the 2002–03 school basketball season. Beneath fifth-year head trainer Rick Stansbury, the group performed their house video games at Humphrey Coliseum in Starkville, Mississippi. Mississippi State received the SEC West Department common season identify. The Bulldogs reached the championship sport of the SEC Match, dropping to Kentucky. The group won an at-large bid to the NCAA Match as No. 5 seed within the East area. The Bulldogs had been disenchanted via No. 12 seed Butler within the opening spherical, 47–46.
Mississippi State completed the season with a file of 21–10 (9–7 SEC).

Agenda and effects[edit]

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# End result File Web page
town, state
Non-conference Common season
SEC Common season
SEC Match
NCAA Match
*Non-conference sport. #Ratings from AP Ballot. (#) Match seedings in parentheses. E=East.

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