The 2016 SEC Tournament has been a good one, and though there were upsets and thrillers throughout, the top two teams will play for the league title on Sunday.
The Kentucky Wildcats are back in the championship game for the sixth time in John Calipari's seven seasons in Lexington with UK having won three titles in that span. Despite the struggles of another young group of Cats throughout the year, Kentucky looks as dangerous as anyone heading into the Big Dance, but they'd love to enter it having another league crown under their belts.
The Aggies haven't quite been here as often as they're in just their fourth season after leaving the Big 12 in 2012 to join the SEC. They haven't reached a conference championship game since losing to Texas 22 years ago in the Southwest Conference. They haven't won a tournament title since beating Baylor in 1987, but they can end that drought with just one more win.
Scores and Schedule
Friday, March 11 (Quarterfinals)
Game 6: No. 1 Texas A&M 72, No. 8 Florida 66
Game 7: No. 4 LSU 84, No. 12 Tennessee 75
Game 8: No. 2 Kentucky 85, No. 7 Alabama 59
Game 9: No. 6 Georgia 65, No. 3 South Carolina 64
Saturday, March 12 (Semifinals)
Game 10: No. 1 Texas A&M 71, No. 4 LSU 38
Game 11: No. 2 Kentucky 93, No. 6 Georgia 80
Sunday, March 13 (Finals)
Game 12: No. 1 Texas A&M vs No. 2 Kentucky (1 p.m., ESPN)