SEC Tournament 2013 results and bracket: Florida upset by Mississippi

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The Gators came up just short against the Rebels on Sunday, but didn't need the automatic bid to punch their ticket to the Big Dance.

The Florida Gators fell short of winning the SEC Tournament title on Sunday, falling 66-63 to Ole Miss. Marshall Henderson stole the headlines with his antics once again, but it was Murphy Holloway that led all scorers with 23 points and 10 rebounds.

Mike Rosario led the Gators with 18 points and nine rebounds, followed by Kenny Boynton with 13 points. However, those two were the only Florida players to score in double digits, and the Gators were outrebounded, 37-30.

Ole Miss shot just over 47% from the floor, and had two scorers over 20 points with Holloway and Henderson, who had 21 points. Reginald Buckner had 11 points and five rebounds for the Rebels, who clinched the SEC's automatic NCAA Tournament berth with the win.

For more, check out SBNation.com's complete SEC tournament coverage. You can also check out the full SEC Tournament bracket here, courtesy of secdigitalnetwork.com.

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