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NCAA.com | March 12, 2020

2020 SEC Tournament: Bracket, schedule, scores

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The 2020 SEC tournament has been canceled, the conference announced on Thursday.

"Based on the latest developments and the continued spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Southeastern Conference today announced the cancellation of the remainder of the 2020 Men’s Basketball Tournament in Nashville," the SEC said in a tweet on Thursday.

You can follow the latest updates from the NCAA here regarding the coronavirus and impacted events.

2020 SEC tournament: Bracket — CANCELED

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Here is the 2020 SEC tournament bracket

2020 SEC tournament: Schedule — CANCELED

ALL REMAINING GAMES HAVE BEEN CANCELED, PER THE SEC.

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Second Round — Thursday, March 12 — CANCELED

Game 3: No. 8 Tennessee vs. No. 9 Alabama | 1 p.m. | SEC Network
Game 4: No. 5 Florida vs. No. 13 Georgia | 25 minutes after Game 3 | SEC Network
Game 5: No. 7 Texas A&M vs. No. 10 Missouri | 7 p.m. | SEC Network
Game 6: No. 6 South Carolina vs. No. 11 Arkansas | 25 minutes after Game 5 | SEC Network

Quarterfinals — Friday, March 13 — CANCELED

Game 7: No. 1 Kentucky vs. Game 3 winner | 1 p.m. | ESPN
Game 8: No. 4 Mississippi State vs. Game 4 winner | 25 minutes after Game 7 | ESPN
Game 9: No. 2 Auburn vs. Game 5 winner | 7 p.m. | SEC Network
Game 10: No. 3 LSU vs. Game 6 winner | 25 minutes after Game 9 | SEC Network

Semifinals — Saturday, March 14 — CANCELED

Game 11: Game 7 winner vs. Game 8 winner | 1 p.m. | ESPN
Game 12: Game 9 winner vs. Game 10 winner | 25 minutes after Game 11 | ESPN

Championship — Sunday, March 15 — CANCELED

Game 13: Semifinal winners | 1 p.m. | ESPN

2020 SEC tournament: Scores

First Round — Wednesday, March 11

Game 1: No. 13 Georgia 81, No. 12 Ole Miss 63
Game 2: No. 11 Arkansas 86, No. 14 Vanderbilt 73

2020 SEC tournament: Seeds

  1. Kentucky
  2. Auburn
  3. LSU
  4. Mississippi State
  5. Florida
  6. South Carolina
  7. Texas A&M
  8. Tennessee
  9. Alabama
  10. Missouri
  11. Arkansas
  12. Ole Miss
  13. Georgia
  14. Vanderbilt

Here are the standings going into Saturday, March 7:

Team Conference GB Overall
Kentucky 15-3 -- 25-6
Auburn 12-6 3 25-6
LSU 12-6 3 21-10
Mississippi State 11-7 4 20-11
Florida 11-7 4 19-12
South Carolina 10-8 5 18-13
Texas A&M 10-8 5 16-14
Tennessee 9-9 6 17-14
Alabama 8-10 7 16-15
Missouri 7-11 8 15-16
Arkansas 7-11 8 19-12
Ole Miss 6-12 9 15-16
Georgia 5-13 10 15-16
Vanderbilt 3-15 12 11-20

SEC tournament: History, champions

Kentucky has won the most SEC tournament titles with 31. Alabama is second with six.

Year Champion Score Runner-up Location
1933 Kentucky 46-27 Mississippi State Atlanta
1934 Alabama 41-25 Florida Atlanta
1936 Tennessee 29-25 Alabama Knoxville, Tenn.
1937 Kentucky 39-25 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn.
1938 Georgia Tech 58-47 Ole Miss Baton Rouge, La.
1939 Kentucky 46-38 Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn.
1940 Kentucky 51-43 Georgia Knoxville, Tenn.
1941 Tennessee 36-33 Kentucky Louisville, Ky.
1942 Kentucky 36-34 Alabama Louisville, Ky.
1943 Tennessee 33-30 Kentucky Louisville, Ky.
1944 Kentucky 62-46 Tulane Louisville, Ky.
1945 Kentucky 39-35 Tennessee Louisville, Ky.
1946 Kentucky 59-36 LSU Louisville, Ky.
1947 Kentucky 55-38 Tulane Louisville, Ky.
1948 Kentucky 54-43 Georgia Tech Louisville, Ky.
1949 Kentucky 68-52 Tulane Louisville, Ky.
1950 Kentucky 95-58 Tennessee Louisville, Ky.
1951 Vanderbilt 61-57 Kentucky Louisville, Ky.
1952 Kentucky 44-43 LSU Louisville, Ky.
1979 No. 2 Tennessee 75-69 (OT) No. 6 Kentucky Birmingham, Ala.
1980 No. 2 LSU 80-78 No. 1 Kentucky Birmingham, Ala.
1981 No. 6 Ole Miss 66-62 No. 5 Georgia Birmingham, Ala.
1982 No. 3 Alabama 48-46 No. 1 Kentucky Lexington, Ky.
1983 No. 6 Georgia 86-71 No. 9 Alabama Birmingham, Ala.
1984 No. 1 Kentucky 51-49 No. 2 Auburn Nashville, Tenn.
1985 No. 8 Auburn 53-49 No. 3 Alabama Birmingham, Ala.
1986 No. 1 Kentucky 83-72 No. 3 Alabama Lexington, Ky.
1987 No. 1 Alabama 69-62 No. 7 LSU Atlanta
1988 No. 1 Kentucky 62-57 No. 7 Georgia Baton Rouge, La.
1989 No. 2 Alabama 72-60 No. 1 Florida Knoxville, Tenn.
1990 No. 2 Alabama 70-51 No. 5 Ole Miss Orlando, Fla.
1991 No. 3 Alabama 88-69 No. 9 Tennessee Nashville, Tenn.
1992 Kentucky 80-54 Alabama Birmingham, Ala.
1993 Kentucky 82-65 LSU Lexington, Ky.
1994 Kentucky 73-60 Florida Memphis, Tenn.
1995 Kentucky 95-93 (OT) Arkansas Atlanta
1996 Mississippi State 84-73 Kentucky New Orleans
1997 Kentucky 95-68 Georgia Memphis, Tenn.
1998 Kentucky 86-56 South Carolina Atlanta
1999 Kentucky 76-63 Arkansas Atlanta
2000 Arkansas 75-67 Auburn Atlanta
2001 Kentucky 77-55 Ole Miss Nashville, Tenn.
2002 Mississippi State 61-58 Alabama Atlanta
2003 Kentucky 64-57 Mississippi State New Orleans
2004 Kentucky 89-73 Florida Atlanta
2005  Florida 70-53  Kentucky Atlanta
2006 Florida 49-47 South Carolina Nashville, Tenn.
2007 Florida 77-56 Arkansas Atlanta
2008  Georgia 66-57 Arkansas Atlanta
2009 Mississippi State 64-61 Tennessee Tampa, Fla.
2010 Kentucky 75-74 (OT) Mississippi State Nashville, Tenn.
2011 Kentucky 70-54 Florida Atlanta
2012 Vanderbilt 71-64 Kentucky New Orleans
2013 Ole Miss 66-63 Florida Nashville, Tenn.
2014  Florida 61-60 Kentucky Atlanta
2015 Kentucky 78-63 Arkansas Nashville, Tenn.
2016 Kentucky 82-77 (OT) Texas A&M Nashville, Tenn.
2017 Kentucky 82-65 Arkansas Nashville, Tenn.
2018 Kentucky 77-72 Tennessee St. Louis
2019 Auburn 84-64 Tennessee Nashville, Tenn.

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