The 2014 SEC Tournament live stream and TV schedule will get under way tomorrow, March 12, as the push towards March Madness begins. With several conferences in action all this week, the SEC will be front and center as several of the top teams in America will battle for a SEC title and an automatic berth in the NCAA March Madness Tournament.
According to a SB Nation report on March 11, the SEC tournament will begin tomorrow with two games on the schedule. The first game will feature the No. 12 seeded Auburn Tigers vs. No. 13 South Carolina Gamecocks. Both of these teams have struggled this season, but a win tomorrow could go a long way for either program. Game 2 on the evening will see No. 11 Vanderbilt take on No. 14 Mississippi State.
Now just because these teams are the lowest seeds in the conference, don’t be surprised if one or two of them advance to the quarterfinal round.
If one thing holds true when it comes to conference tournaments, expect the unexpected!
The big Las Vegas favorite to win the SEC tournament, and the March Madness Tournament as well, are the Florida Gators. Florida went a perfect 18-0 in SEC play this season and they have looked might impressive in doing so.
The No. 1 team in the SEC is also the top team in the nation, and these Gators are hungry. With not much to play for in the season finale, (except a perfect SEC record) Florida finished the season with a 19 point win over second-place Kentucky. It will be a shock if Florida is not the team cutting down the nets after the SEC Championship game Sunday afternoon.
Here is a look at the odds to win this year's SEC Tournament, followed by the schedule. The SEC tournament is being held in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia and begins on March 12 and runs through March 16. You can click here for the SEC printable bracket.
SEC Tournament odds:
- Florida EVEN
- Kentucky 4-1
- Georgia 7-1
- Tennessee 7-1
- Arkansas 10-1
- Ole Miss 15-1
- LSU 20-1
- Missouri 25-1
- Texas A&M 35-1
- Alabama 35-1
- Vanderbilt 50-1
- Auburn 50-1
- South Carolina 60-1
- Mississippi State 75-1
- 7:00 p.m EST — No. 12 Auburn vs. No. 13 South Carolina – SEC TV/ESPN3
- 9:30 p.m EST – No. 11 Vanderbilt vs. No. 14 Mississippi State — SEC TV/ESPN3
- 1:00 p.m EST — No. 8 Missouri vs. No. 9 Texas A&M — SEC TV/ESPN 3
- 3:30 p.m EST — Auburn-South Carolina winner vs. No. 5 Arkansas — SEC TV/ESPN 3
- 7:00 p.m. EST — No. 7 LSU vs. No. 10 Alabama – SEC TV/ESPN3
- 9:30 p.m. EST — Vanderbilt-Mississippi State winner vs. No. 6 Ole Miss — SEC TV/ESPN3
- 1:00 p.m EST — Texas A&M-Missouri winner vs. No. 1 Florida — ESPNU
- 3:30 p.m. EST — Arkansas-Auburn/South Carolina winner vs. No. 4 Tennessee — ESPNU
- 7 p.m EST — Alabama-LSU winner vs. No. 2 Kentucky — SEC TV/ESPN3
- 9:30 p.m EST — Ole Miss-Vanderbilt/Mississippi State winner vs. No. 3 Georgia — SEC TV/ESPN3
- Game 1 1:00 p.m. EST — ABC TV
- Game 2 will start approximately 25-30 minutes after the first game concludes.
- SEC Championship 3:15 p.m. EST — ESPN