What would the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament Bracket look like today? (3/1/18)

We’re down to 1 conference game left for every team, and we’re still not totally clear on who will end up with which seeds in the SEC tournament.

We’ve still got a 3 way tie for 3rd place, and there are 4 billion tiebreaker scenarios that could come into effect.

These are the current standings, according to CBSSports.com:

That means the current bracket would play out like this:

With only 1 game left, just like there has been all season (it seems) there is still a lot that can change.

This is what ESPN’s BPI projected standings at the end of the season looks like:

If the conference standings do end up like that, the matchups will look like this:

This is the remaining schedule:


  • Kentucky @ Florida (11am)
  • Miss St @ LSU (12pm)
  • Alabama @ Texas A&M (1pm)
  • South Carolina @ Auburn (2:30pm)
  • Arkansas @ Missouri (5pm)
  • Georgia @ Tennessee (5pm)
  • Vandy @ Ole Miss (7:30pm)



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