While the Kentucky Wildcats clinched the top-overall seed for the Southeastern Conference Tournament well before conference play ended on Saturday, the final seedings weren’t quite decided until this past weekend. On the assumption Kentucky plays their way into the SEC Championship game, all three of their games will be televised at 1 PM EDT on ESPN. They’re set to play the winner of Alabama and Tennessee on Friday.
If Kentucky advances past Friday, the Wildcats could face either Georgia, Ole Miss, Florida or Mississippi State. While upset teams rarely make their mark all the way through Sunday, there could very well be some shakeups early on during the tournament. Kentucky is only three wins away from re-claiming their place as SEC Champions, but based on a wild and entertaining season of college basketball, anything can happen.
The tournament will be played at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN from March 11th to 15th. A detailed bracket with finalized seeding is pictured below. What’s your prediction?
Tweet of the Day
Kemba is sitting at his locker with a towel around his head while his teammates are getting dressed. It was one of those games. #Celtics— gary washburn (@GwashburnGlobe) March 9, 2020
Make that four losses over the Celtics’ last five games.
REPORT CARD: UK 71, UF 70 - Cats Illustrated
Pretty decent scores for almost everyone on the roster.
Former Wildcat Expected to Receive Second 10-Day With Warriors - Kentucky Sports Radio
Mychal Mulder’s time with Golden State doesn't appear up just yet.
Bat Cats rout Tennessee Tech 13-3, extend streak to five - Cats Illustrated
Kentucky baseball seems to be enjoying the month of March.
It’s doubtful that other NBA players would agree with this quote.
If these two teams meet in the postseason, buckle-up for seven games.
The former Missouri Tiger has found a temporary home in the NBA.
Considering it’s now March, this is a testament to what a great season Milwaukee is having.
Not the best, but also not the worst news for Milwaukee’s Superman.
Do you agree?
Athletics ready to end Astros’ reign in AL West - USA Today
Will the tainted Houston Astros run of ruling the AL West come to an end this fall?