SEC Tournament 2015: Georgia Bulldogs Land No. 3 Seed, Byes


The SEC Tournament is set to begin on Wednesday March 11, and the Georgia Bulldogs (20-10, 11-7 SEC) sit with the No. 3 seed this year.

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  • SEC Tournament Dates: March 11-15, 2015
    Venue: Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tn.

    Georgia’s hard work during the regular season is paying off with a first and second round bye in this year’s SEC Tournament. The Bulldogs will have a chance to rest until Friday, March. 15, when they’ll meet one of the teams from the lower half of the bracket.

    The number one seed of course went to the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats, with Arkansas (24-7, 13-5 SEC) securing the No. 2 seed for this year’s tournament. Georgia will play the winner coming out of the second round between No. 14 seed Missouri (9-22, 3-15 SEC), No. 11 seed South Carolina (15-15, 6-12 SEC) and No. 6 seed Ole Miss  (20-11, 11-7 SEC).

    The Bulldogs swept both Missouri and Ole Miss during the regular season, but went winless against the hapless Gamecocks. Should Georgia and South Carolina happen to meet again in the tournament, Georgia will have some revenge in mind.

    Should Georgia make it to the championship game on March 15, chances are they’ll be taking their third swing at Kentucky, a team who the Bulldogs put a scare into last week and play as tough as anyone in the country does.

    That would be a rematch worth seeing, and the perfect time to spoil Kentucky’s undefeated season right before the NCAA Tournament.

    Here is the complete 2015 SEC Basketball Tournament Bracket

    Next: Seeding Possibilities for Georgia in NCAA Tourney

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