COVID-19 has forced the Southeastern Conference to shuffle its upcoming league slate yet again.

The SEC announced Saturday that No. 13 Missouri's game against Vanderbilt and No. 9 Tennessee's contest with South Carolina, both scheduled for Tuesday, have been postponed.

Instead, the Volunteers will now play the host Commodores on Tuesday, the league said. Makeup dates have not yet been announced for the other contests.

"The Tennessee at South Carolina and Vanderbilt at Missouri men's basketball games of January 12 have been postponed due to a combination of positive tests, contact tracing and subsequent quarantining of individuals within the Missouri and South Carolina basketball programs," the SEC said in a statement.

Missouri, which paused all team activities, hopes to return to practice on Wednesday.

The Tigers (7-2, 1-2) are scheduled to next play Texas A&M on Jan. 16.

--Field Level Media

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