What would the SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament Bracket look like today? (3/4/19)

As happens every season, there’s a hodge podge of teams battling for the middle seeding of the conference tournament.

Alabama is currently seeded 9th, but could end up with a double bye (4 seed) and not play until Friday, or they could end up with the 11 seed, and end up playing on Wednesday. Everything hinges on the 2 games for each team this week.

Here’s what the standings look like right now:

  1. LSU (14-2)
  2. Tennessee (14-2)
  3. Kentucky (13-3)
  4. South Carolina (9-7) (4-1 vs FL / Aub / Ole Miss / Miss St)
  5. Miss St (9-7) (4-3 vs SC / Ole Miss / FL / Aub)
  6. Ole Miss (9-7) (3-3 vs SC / Miss St / Aub / FL)
  7. Auburn (9-7) (2-4 vs SC / Miss St/ Ole Miss / FL)
  8. Florida (9-7) (1-3 vs Aub / SC / Miss St / Ole Miss)
  9. Alabama (8-8)
  10. Texas A&M (6-10)
  11. Arkansas (6-10) (L to Texas A&M)
  12. Missouri (4-12)
  13. Georgia (2-14)
  14. Vanderbilt (0-16)

So what would the bracket look like today?

Here’s what’s on tap for mid-week. We’ll update on Thursday.

Tuesday

  • South Carolina @ Texas A&M
  • Miss St @ Tennessee
  • Kentucky @ Ole Miss
  • Auburn @ Alabama

Wednesday

  • Missouri @ Georgia
  • LSU @ Florida
  • Arkansas @ Vanderbilt


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