SEC Tournament 2012: Bracket, TV Schedule And More

The SEC Tournament finally gets underway on Thursday and features some very good games, and a few not so good games. You will be able to watch all of the games today on ESPN3.

The first game of the day is at 1 pm and features Arkansas and LSU. They should be pretty evenly matched considering they were separated by only one game in both their SEC record and overall records. The winner of this game, unfortunately, gets No. 1 Kentucky on Friday.

Alabama and South Carolina meet in the second game of the day at 3:30 pm. Alabama should be favored heavily in this game because South Carolina finished 10-20 overall and just 2-14 in Conference. The winner of this game gets No. 4 seed Florida on Friday.

After a brief intermission Auburn and Ole Miss get underway at 7:30 pm. This is another game that should be pretty evenly matched, even though that may not be such a good thing. The winner gets No. 2 Tennessee on Friday.

Finally, Georgia and Mississippi State get underway at 10 pm on Thursday. Miss St. should be favored pretty heavily in this one. The winner gets No. 3 Vanderbilt on Friday.

For more updates on the SEC Tournament as they happen, keep it to this StoryStream. For all things Florida Gators, make sure to stop by Alligator Army. You can also head over to the SB Nation NCAAB hub pagefor more on this and every Conference tournament.

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