2019-20 SEC women’s basketball preview: Title should come down to South Carolina and Texas A&M

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WEST LAFAYETTE, IN – DECEMBER 16: Dawn Staley women’s basketball head coach University of South Carolina Gamecocks signals from the sideline during the game against the Purdue University Boilermakers, December 16, 2018, at Mackey Arena in West Lafayette, Indiana. (Photo by David Allio/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

It’s South Carolina’s to lose, but expect surprises

The 2019-20 college basketball season is nearly here, and we’ll be putting out previews of each conference here at High Post Hoops in anticipation.

While the Gamecocks were predicted to win the conference by media, Texas A&M was picked by coaches. Mississippi State is still elite. Kentucky can fight for the crown. We could even have a surprise midway through (Arkansas).

The SEC is always physical and competitive from top to bottom, and this year it should be even more so. So even outside of the top seven, expect more growth (Auburn, Ole Miss) and parity. Because while the title should come down to South Carolina and Texas A&M, it isn’t written in stone.

Now, a look at the top half of the league.

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