Alabama, Auburn Try To Snap Out Of Hoops Doldrums

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By Alabama News Network

Football will take center stage at the Alabama-Auburn hoops game, at least at halftime.
   
The Crimson Tide visits the Tigers on Wednesday night with both having unimpressive seasons.
   
As usual, the winning Iron Bowl team will be honored at halftime. This game will have much more modest stakes than that matchup of two national title contenders.
   
The Tigers have dropped 16 consecutive games against league opponents heading into the game. Alabama is 0-7 away from home.
   
Auburn's last SEC win came 51 weeks ago with a 49-37 victory over Alabama.
   
The status of Alabama's No. 2 scorer Retin Obasohan could be a game-time decision. He has missed the last two games with a hip injury.

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