After turning in a 290 during the second round at Sea Island Golf Club on Saturday, the Bulldogs slid to 11th. Needing at least an eighth-place finish to have a chance for postseason play, MSU has a hill to climb with only 18 holes to go.
Eighth-ranked Alabama is the field leader at 14-under-par. The Crimson Tide's 546 card is a dominating 11 strokes ahead of No. 25 Georgia.
Sophomore Chad Ramey owned the top spot on the leaderboard individually for a couple of holes Saturday. The Fulton native turned in par for the round and is currently tied for fourth. He is three strokes back of tourney leaders Rick Lamb (Tennessee) and Bobby Wyatt (Alabama).
Live stats for Sunday's final round will be available through HailState.com
Second Round - April 21, 2012
1. Alabama (272-274=546, -14); T2. Georgia (273-284=557, -3); T2. Auburn (277-280=557, -3); 4. Florida (283-278=561, +1); 5. Arkansas (286-280=566, +6); 6. Ole Miss (287-285=572, +12); T7. Vanderbilt (289-286=575, +15); T7. Tennessee (285-290=575, +15); T9. South Carolina (289-289=578, +18); T9. Kentucky (284-294=578, +18); 11. Mississippi State (289-290=579, +19); 12. LSU (296-284=580, +20).