The Rebels haven't won enough additional games, however, and head to LSU having lost three straight, the most recent an 80-66 decision at No. 18 Kentucky. The Rebels (14-8, 5-4 SEC) trailed by double figures most of the game.
Ole Miss is back on the road today at No. 19 LSU. Tipoff at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center is 1 p.m.
Ole Miss guard Binaca Thomas pumped in 42 against the Lady Tigers in the first meeting. Her average a declined slightly, though she still leads the SEC in scoring at 20.9 points a game.
LSU, currently ninth in the SEC standings, has lost three of its last four, including a 49-46 overtime loss at Georgia Thursday.
The Lady Tigers are 1-3 in SEC home games.
Mississippi State at Florida
The Lady Bulldogs and Gators tip off at noon, in Gainesville. MSU is coming off a 77-44 win over Alabama to improve to 15-8 overall, 6-4 in the SEC.
Florida has struggled at times to score, but last Sunday in Oxford wasn't one of those times. Guard Steffi Sorensen was 6-for-7 from 3-point range, the top 3-point performance in the SEC this season, the lead the win for the Gators, now 12-10 and 5-4.
MSU is led by point guard Alexis Rack with 19.4 points a game, second in the SEC.