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2020 SEC Tournament bracket, start times, TV info & final league standings

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Everything you need for the 2020 SEC Tournament.

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The regular season has come to an end, as teams are now getting ready for conference tournament time.

Starting on Wednesday, the SEC Tournament will get underway in Nashville and run from March 11-15.

The race for the SEC regular-season crown is over, and now the teams will be looking for a guaranteed NCAA Tournament bid when they all make the trip to Bridgestone Arena for the SEC Tournament.

The Kentucky Wildcats won the regular-season crown and earned the No. 1 overall seed in the league tournament. They won’t be in action until Friday when they face the winner of Thursday’s Alabama vs. Tennessee matchup.

This is the best time of the year, and it is going to be an fun tournament in the Music City. Here is the schedule at which it will play out.

SEC Tournament Bracket

TV Schedule

FIRST ROUND- March 11th

Game 1: #12 Ole Miss Rebels vs #13 Georgia Bulldogs, 7:00 PM on the SEC Network

Game 2: #11 Arkansas Razorbacks vs #14 Vanderbilt Commodores, 25 minutes after Game 1 on the SEC Network

SECOND ROUND- March 12th

Game 3: #8 Tennessee Volunteers vs #9 Alabama Crimson Tide, 1:00 PM on the SEC Network

Game 4: Game 1 winner vs #5 Florida Gators, 25 minutes after Game 3 on the SEC Network

Game 5: #7 Missouri Tigers vs #10 Texas A&M Aggies, 7:00 PM on the SEC Network

Game 6: Game 2 winner vs #6 South Carolina Gamecocks, 25 minutes after Game 5 on the SEC Network

QUARTERFINALS- March 13th

Game 7: Game 3 winner vs #1 Kentucky Wildcats, 1:00 PM on ESPN

Game 8: Game 4 winner vs #4 Mississippi State Bulldogs, 25 minutes after Game 7 on ESPN

Game 9: Game 5 winner vs #2 Auburn Tigers, 7:00 PM on the SEC Network

Game 10: Game 6 winner vs #3 LSU Tigers, 25 minutes after Game 9 on the SEC Network

SEMIFINAL- March 14th

Game 11: Game 7 winner vs Game 8 winner, 1:00 PM on ESPN

Game 12: Game 9 winner vs Game 10 winner, 25 minutes after Game 11 on ESPN

FINAL- March 15th

Game 13: Game 11 winner vs Game 12 winner, 1:00 PM on ESPN

Odds to win the Championship

According to TeamRankings, Kentucky has the best chance of winning the SEC Tournament, followed by Florida, Auburn and LSU (note that these projections were prior to Saturday’s slate of regular-season games).

Final SEC Standings

1. Kentucky — 15-3

2. Auburn — 12-6 (Auburn beat LSU head-to-head)

3. LSU — 12-6

4. Mississippi State — 11-7

5. Florida — 11-7

6. South Carolina — 10-8

7. Texas A&M — 10-8

8. Tennessee — 9-9

9. Alabama — 8-10

10. Missouri — 7-11

11. Arkansas — 7-11

12. Ole Miss — 6-12

13. Georgia — 5-13

14. Vanderbilt — 3-15