2022 SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament: Schedule, Bracket, Recent History, TV/Streaming Info

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Appointment

Wednesday March 9 (first round); Thursday March 10 (second round); Friday March 11 (quarter-finals); Saturday March 12 (semi-finals); Sunday March 13 (championship)

Format

Traditional support

To place

Amalie Arena in Tampa is hosting for the first time since 2009. Nashville, the usual home of the SEC tournament, will host the next eight.

TV/streaming information

ESPN has Sunday’s championship, Saturday’s semifinals and Friday’s first two quarterfinals. SEC offers Friday evening session and Wednesday and Thursday full lineups.

Speakers

All 14 SEC teams will participate in this season’s event.

First round (Wednesday March 9)

Game 1: (13) Olé Miss (13-19, 4-14) 60, (12) Mo. 72
Game 2: (14) Georgia (6-26, 1-17) 51, (11) Vanderbilt 86

Second round (Thursday March 10)

Game 3: (9) Florida (19-13, 9-9) 80, (8) Texas A&M 83 (OT)
Game 4: (12) Missouri (12-21, 5-13) 68, (5) USL 76
Game 5: (10) Mississippi State 73(7) South Carolina (18-13, 9-9) 51
Game 6: (11) Vanderbilt 82(6) Alabama (19-13, 9-9) 76

Quarter-finals (Friday March 11)

Game 7: (8) Texas A&M 67(1) Auburn (27-5, 15-3) 62
Game 8: (5) LSU (22-11, 9-9) 67, (4) Arkansas 79
Game 9: (10) Mississippi State (18-15, 8-10) 59, (2) Tennessee 72
Game 10: (11) Vanderbilt (17-16, 7-11) 71, (3) Kentucky 77

Semi-finals (Saturday March 12)

ESPN will broadcast both games.

Game 11: (8) Texas A&M 82(4) Arkansas (25-8, 13-5) 64
Game 12: (3) Kentucky (26-7, 14-4) 62, (2) Tennessee 69

Championship (Sunday March 13)

Game 13: (8) Texas A&M (23-12, 9-9) 50, (2) TENNESSEE (26-7, 14-4) 65

Data originally published by Bob Vetrone Jr. on Twitter in 2020 with my own additions for 2021 and 2022.

Since 2011, the No. 1 seed has won four of the 10 SEC tournament titles that were up for grabs. No team ranked below fifth place has won the crown since the conference abolished splits for the 2011–12 season.

  • 1 seed (4): 2014, 2015, 2017, 2021
  • 2 seeds (2): 2011 (East), 2016
  • 3 seeds (2); 2012, 2013
  • 4 seeds (1): 2018
  • 5 seeds (1): 2019
  • 8 offers (1): 2018 (8-8 record, 14 teams)
  • 7 offers (1): 2019 (12-7 record, 14 teams)
  • 6 offers (1): 2021 (7-6 record, 14 teams)
  • 5 offers (3): 2011 (7-5 ​​record, 12 teams), 2015 (6-5 record, 14 teams), 2017 (11-5 record, 14 teams)
  • 4 auctions (1): 2012 (10-3 record, 12 teams, Kentucky national champion)
  • 3 offers (3): 2013 (4-3 record, 14 teams), 2014 (12-3 record, 14 teams), 2016 (3-3 record, 14 teams)

The SEC is virtually assured of six offers in 2022, with seven or eight possible depending on how things develop over the next few days. With Auburn and Kentucky looking like legitimate title threats and the remaining four locks having at least second-weekend potential, the conference should be in a position to better the 7-6 pedestrian mark in the NCAA tournament of the season. last.

Alabama: 2021 (1 seed)
Auburn: 2019 (5 seeds)
Kentucky: 2018 (4 seeds)
Florida: 2014 (1 seed)
Oh Miss: 2013 (3 seeds)
Missouri: 2012 (2 seeds, Big 12)
Vanderbilt: 2012 (3 seeds)
State of Mississippi: 2009 (Western 3 seed)
Georgia: 2008 (East 6 seed)
Arkansas: 2000 (Western 3 seed)
Texas A&M: 1987 (8 seeds, SWC)
USL: 1980 (2 seeds)
Tennessee: 1979 (2 seeds)
Caroline from the south: 1971 (2 seeds, ACC)

Missouri, South Carolina and Texas A&M have yet to win the SEC Tournament title, although all three have won championships in previous conferences.

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