SEC Tournament Printable Bracket and Preview: Can Georgia Find a Way?


The SEC Tournament seedings were announced this weekend, and Georgia has an opportunity to win their first tournament since 2008.

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  • So, the Kentucky Wildcats are going to be in the SEC Tournament Championship Game, right? That’s a foregone conclusion that nobody is willing to even put up an argument against. The 31-0 Wildcats just need to just show up, and win.

    Not so fast, my friends. (Shakes pencil at your face)

    Kentucky doesn’t have an easy road, even to the championship game. They’ll have to deal with either Florida or Alabama (either of which could potentially be upset-minded) first, and then likely will have to take on a very tough LSU or Texas A&M squad.

    Yes, Kentucky will be tested. Chances are they’ll still come out on top, but it’s not as much of a sure thing as has been advertised by many.

    Georgia sits in the other half of the bracket, where after a two-round bye, they’ll face either South Carolina, Missouri or Ole Miss. Then if they move on to the semifinals, they’ll more than likely be looking down the barrel at the No. 2 seed Arkansas Razorbacks.

    The Bulldogs have already shown they can be Missouri and Ole Miss, but threw two big air balls against the Gamecocks this year. South Carolina plays a stifling, banging style of defense that proved lethal to the Dawgs twice this season.

    But it’s the following round that should be of more concern to Bulldog fans.

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    Georgia Bulldogs

    Georgia lost a tough game to the Razorbacks on Jan. 6, and it was a deflating loss that led to a double-overtime defeat at the hands of LSU. Essentially two of the conferences best teams beat Georgia in consecutive games. That was Georgia’s only shot at the Hogs this season, and it was also a brutally physical game.

    Since that time of the season, Georgia has been seriously banged up, losing one or more starters for practically every game following. The Bulldogs will need to be at their healthiest if a second matchup with the Razorbacks happens.

    Right now, guard Kenny Gaines is listed as day-to-day with a slightly sprained foot; guard J.J. Frazier hasn’t looked quite right since being out with a concussion, and it’s clear that if team leader Marcus Thornton isn’t available, the Dawgs are prime for the picking.

    The Bulldogs are going to need to be at full strength and play their most physical games if they want to fight their way through the draw they’ve been given.

    And here is your printable SEC Tournament bracket. Will you have the Dawgs going all the way?

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