Tipoff time for the contest, which will be televised regionally by Raycom Sports, is set for 2:15 p.m. CDT from the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.
The Tigers, who finished the regular season 14-15 overall and 4-12 in SEC games, will face a Vandy team that is 25-6 overall and 10-6 in the conference after losing on Saturday in overtime at Alabama.
"They are very, very well coached and a Top 20 team," Lebo says of Auburn's opponent. "This is the third out of four years that we have played Vanderbilt (in the SEC Tournament). It is a tough task for us.
"They are awfully, awfully good at home," Lebo adds. "At least we are not playing them in Nashville so maybe we can go up there and make some shots and keep it close early in the game. Maybe they will get tight and we will come out of our shooting slump a little bit."
The following are the matchups for the SEC Tournament that runs Thursday through Sunday at the Georgia Dome:
Game 1--(East 5) South Carolina vs. (West 4) LSU, noon CDT
Game 2--(West 6) Auburn vs. (East 3) Vanderbilt, 2:15 CDT
Game 3--(West 5) Alabama vs. (East 4) Florida, 6:30 CDT
Game 4--(East 6) Georgia vs. (West 3) Ole Miss, 8:45 CDT
Game 5--Game 1 Winner vs. (East 1) Tennessee, noon CDT
Game 6--Game 2 Winner vs. (West 2) Arkansas, 2:15 CDT
Game 7--Game 3 Winner vs. (West 1) Mississippi State, 6:30 CDT
Game 8--Game 4 Winner vs. (East 2) Kentucky, 8:45 CDT
Game 9--Game 5 Winner vs. Game 6 Winner, noon CDT
Game 10--Game 7 Winner vs. Game 8 Winner, 2:15 CDT
Game 11--Game 9 Winner vs. Game 10 Winner, noon CDT
(All games televised regionally by Raycom Sports except for finals on CBS).