How to Watch Mississippi State Women's Basketball vs Texas A&M

Mississippi State women's basketball faces Texas A&M in the SEC Women's Basketball Tournament with their postseason hopes on the line. How can you watch?
Mississippi State Coach Sam Purcell watches Mississippi State guard JerKaila Jordan (2) defend Texas
Mississippi State Coach Sam Purcell watches Mississippi State guard JerKaila Jordan (2) defend Texas / Ken Ruinard / staff / USA TODAY NETWORK

Mississippi State women's basketball takes on the Texas A&M Aggies today in the SEC Women's Basketball Tournament in Greenville, South Carolina. The Bulldogs, who finished the regular season 21-10 overall and 8-8 in the SEC, earned the 8-seed in the SEC Tournament. Texas A&M is the 9-seed after going 18-11 during the regular season and 6-10 in conference play.

Both Mississippi State and Texas A&M are playing for their NCAA Tournament lives in today's matchup. The winner should find themselves in the Big Dance while the loser will almost certainly be left out.

It's those types of stakes that make conference tournament games must-watch. So when and where will this game be broadcasted?

Mississippi State women's basketball vs Texas A&M TV Broadcast

Mississippi State women's basketball will take-on the Aggies in their opening SEC Tournament game at 11:00 am CT on the SEC Network. The game will also be available for streaming through the ESPN app.

Mississippi State women's basketball must win to make the NCAA Tournament

The stakes are absolutely massive in this game. Mississippi State women's basketball is currently projected as one of the "Last Four In" in ESPN's most recent bracketology. Texas A&M, meanwhile, is projected as the "First Team Out".

This is a must win for the Bulldogs (and the Aggies, for that matter). If State loses, they're sure to drop out of the field and would likely be replaced by Texas A&M as one of the "Last Four In". But if Mississippi State wins, there's a good chance they could rise a few spots into the "Last Four Byes" and be safely in the field.

A late-season skid put Mississippi State women's basketball's NCAA Tournament hopes in critical condition. The Bulldogs will need to return to their midseason form today with the postseason on the line.