2012 SEC Tournament Bracket, TV Schedule, and Tickets

The Kentucky Wildcats are as prohibitive a favorite to win the 2012 SEC Tournament as perhaps any squad in the history of the conference. After breezing through conference play with a perfect record, the young Wildcats are looking to continue vanquishing everything in their path on the way towards a #1 seed.

Can Cuonzo Martin’s upstart Vols give Kentucky a challenge? Can Florida or Vanderbilt put up anything more than a slap fight? We’ll find out. If anyone other than Kentucky wins this though, it will be a major shock.

In this post, we present the bracket, the TV schedule, and a few relevant links as you plan your 2012 SEC Tournament viewing or attending.


SEC Tournament Info

SEC Tournament Bracket


via SECDigitalNetwork.com

2012 SEC Tournament TV Schedule and Results

Game Date Matchup Time TV
1 Thu, March 8 #8 LSU def #9 Arkansas 70-54 1:00 ET SEC Network
2 Thu, March 8 #5 Alabama def #12 South Carolina 63-57 3:30 ET SEC Network
3 Thu, March 8 #7 Ole Miss def #10 Auburn 68-54 7:30 ET SEC Network
4 Thu, March 8 #11 Georgia def #6 Mississippi State 71-61 10:00 ET SEC Network
5 Fri, March 9 #1 Kentucky def #8 LSU 60-51 1:00 ET SEC Network
6 Fri, March 9 #4 Florida def #5 Alabama 66-63 3:30 ET SEC Network
7 Fri, March 9 #7 Ole Miss def #2 Tennessee 77-72 7:30 ET SEC Network
8 Fri, March 9 #3 Vanderbilt def #11 Georgia 63-41 10:00 ET SEC Network
9 Sat, March 10 #1 Kentucky def #4 Florida 74-71 1:00 ET ABC
10 Sat, March 10 #3 Vanderbilt def #7 Ole Miss 65-53 3:30 ET ABC
11 Sun, March 11 SEC Tournament Championship Game: #1 Kentucky v #3 Vanderbilt 1:00 ET ABC


SEC Mens Basketball Tournament History: Champions and MVPs

Year SEC Tournament Champion Site SEC Tournament MVP
1933 Kentucky Wildcats Atlanta, GA  
1934 Alabama Crimson Tide Atlanta, GA  
  No Tournament    
1936 Tennessee Volunteers Knoxville, TN  
1937 Kentucky Wildcats Knoxville, TN*  
1938 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Baton Rouge, LA  
1939 Kentucky Wildcats Knoxville, TN  
1940 Kentucky Wildcats Knoxville, TN  
1941 Tennessee Volunteers Louisville, KY  
1942 Kentucky Wildcats Louisville, KY  
1943 Tennessee Volunteers Louisville, KY  
1944 Kentucky Wildcats Louisville, KY  
1945 Kentucky Wildcats Louisville, KY  
1946 Kentucky Wildcats Louisville, KY  
1947 Kentucky Wildcats Louisville, KY  
1948 Kentucky Wildcats Louisville, KY  
1949 Kentucky Wildcats Louisville, KY  
1950 Kentucky Wildcats Louisville, KY  
1951 Vanderbilt Commodores Louisville, KY  
1952 Kentucky Wildcats Louisville, KY  
1953-78 No Tournament    
1979 Tennessee Volunteers Birmingham, AL Kyle Macy, Kentucky
1980 LSU Tigers Birmingham, AL DeWayne Scales, LSU
1981 Ole Miss Rebels Birmingham, AL Dominique Wilkins, Georgia
1982 Alabama Crimson Tide Lexington, KY Dirk Minniefield, Kentucky
1983 Georgia Bulldogs Birmingham, AL Vern Fleming, Georgia
1984 Kentucky Wildcats Nashville, TN Charles Barkely, Auburn
1985 Auburn Tigers Birmingham, AL Chuck Person, Auburn
1986 Kentucky Wildcats Lexington, KY John Williams, LSU
1987 Alabama Crimson Tide Atlanta, GA Derrick McKey, Alabama
1988 Kentucky Wildcats* Baton Rouge, LA Rex Chapman, Kentucky
1989 Alabama Crimson Tide Knoxville, TN Livingston Chatman, Florida
1990 Alabama Crimson Tide Orlando, FL Melvin Cheatum, Alabama
1991 Alabama Crimson Tide Nashville, TN Allan Houston, Tennessee
1992 Kentucky Wildcats Birmingham, AL Jamal Mashburn, Kentucky
1993 Kentucky Wildcats Lexington, KY Travis Ford, Kentucky
1994 Kentucky Wildcats Memphis, TN Travis Ford, Kentucky
1995 Kentucky Wildcats Atlanta, GA Antoine Walker, Kentucky
1996 Mississippi State Bulldogs New Orleans, LA Dontae' Jones, Mississippi State
1997 Kentucky Wildcats Memphis, TN Ron Mercer, Kentucky
1998 Kentucky Wildcats Atlanta, GA Wayne Turner, Kentucky
1999 Kentucky Wildcats Atlanta, GA Scott Padgett, Kentucky
2000 Arkansas Razorbacks Atlanta, GA Brandon Dean, Arkansas
2001 Kentucky Wildcats Nashville, TN Tayshaun Price, Kentucky
2002 Mississippi State Bulldogs Atlanta, GA Mario Austin, Mississippi State
2003 Kentucky Wildcats New Orleans, LA Keith Bogans, Kentucky
2004 Kentucky Wildcats Atlanta, GA Gerald Fitch, Kentucky
2005 Florida Gators Atlanta, GA Matt Walsh, Florida
2006 Florida Gators Nashville, TN Taurean Green, Florida
2007 Florida Gators Atlanta, GA Al Horford, Florida
2008 Georgia Bulldogs Atlanta, GA Sundiata Gaines, Georgia
2009 Mississippi State Bulldogs St. Pete, FL Jarvis Varnado, Mississippi State
2010 Kentucky Wildcats Nashville, TN John Wall, Kentucky
2011 Kentucky Wildcast Atlanta, GA Darius Miller, Kentucky
  * - Later vacated after Eddie Sutton scandal   Note: The MVP award was not awarded until 1979


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