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SEC tournament schedule 2014: Brackets head into quarterfinals for SEC

The Florida Gators were undefeated in SEC games during the regular season.
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SEC tournament brackets for 2014 and the schedule continues with the quarterfinals on Friday (March 14). There are some very interesting games on the schedule, especially after some shocking upsets, including one in the second round on Thursday (March 13). No. 8 Missouri beat No. 9 Texas A&M in double-overtime, setting up an early game match-up against the Florida Gators. That's not an enviable game to play after expending that much energy on the previous day.

After upsetting Vanderbilt in the first round, Mississippi State lost to Ole Miss on Thursday, bringing an end to the hope that fans had about running the table in the postseason. The really shocking game from the second round was 13-19 South Carolina beating 21-10 Arkansas 71-69. This loss might put Arkansas on the bubble when it comes to getting invited to the 2014 NCAA Tournament. The final game of day two was LSU beating Alabama 69-56 to advance to the quarterfinals.

The 2014 SEC Tournament schedule and brackets have four games on Friday, beginning at 1 p.m. ET with Missouri vs. Florida. 25 minutes after the completion of that game is Tennessee vs. South Carolina. That match-up has the No. 4 and No. 13 teams in the tournament, with the Gamecocks trying hard to keep their postseason going. The two early games can be seen on ESPNU as well as through the Watch ESPN application.

In the night games, it will be Kentucky vs. LSU at 7 p.m. ET and then 25 minutes after it finishes, it will be Georgia vs. Ole Miss. LSU, Georgia, and Mississippi all need to keep winning in order to have a realistic shot at an invite to the 2014 NCAA Tournament. None of the three schools can afford another loss on the resume, so that might lead to some very hard fought games during day three of the schedule.

2014 SEC Tournament Schedule (Quarterfinals Brackets)

Game 7: No. 1 Florida vs. No. 8 Missouri (1 p.m. ET)

Game 8: No. 4 Tennessee vs. No. 13 South Carolina (25 mins after Game 7)

Game 9: No. 2 Kentucky vs. No. 7 LSU (7 p.m. ET)

Game 10: No. 3 Georgia vs. No. 6 Ole Miss (25 mins after Game 9)