SEC Men’s Tournament starts tonight

Published 12:00 pm Wednesday, March 11, 2015

The SEC has been Kentucky’s playground all season, but every team is allowed on the swing set in the conference tournament. The only question is whether one will actually take advantage of its opportunity and knock the dominant Wildcats off their perch.

Kentucky is assured a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament, but there are a number of other teams playing for their postseason lives and seeding in Nashville. Picking up marquee wins in the conference tournament is an ideal way to make a late statement to the selection committee.

With that in mind, here is a look at the schedule and broadcast information for the SEC tournament to watch.

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Wednesday, March 11

Matchup Time                                   (CT) TV             Info

Game 1 Mississippi State vs. Auburn          6 p.m.                   SEC Network

Game 2 South Carolina vs. Missouri               *                          SEC Network

Thursday, March 12

Game 3 Florida vs. Alabama                             12 p.m.                 SEC Network

Game 4 Texas A&M vs. Game 1 Winner              *                      SEC Network

Game 5 Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee                    6 p.m.                  SEC Network

Game 6 Ole Miss vs. Game 2 Winner                 *                         SEC Network

Friday, March 13

Game 7 Kentucky vs. Game 3 Winner               12 p.m.               SEC Network

Game 8 LSU vs. Game 4 Winner                             *                      SEC Network

Game 9 Arkansas vs. Game 5 Winner                  6 p.m.              SEC Network

Game 10 Georgia vs. Game 6 Winner                      *                       SEC Network

Saturday, March 14

Game 11 Game 7 Winner vs. Game 8 Winner        12 p.m.                 ESPN

Game 12 Game 9 Winner vs. Game 10 Winner          *                        ESPN

Sunday, March 15

Game 13 Game 11 Winner vs. Game 12 Winner      12 p.m.               ESPN

(Note: Each * symbol denotes that a game will tip off 25 minutes following the conclusion of the game preceding it.)