No. 1 LSU, No. 2 Kentucky, No. 3 Tennessee and No. 4 South Carolina all get double-byes into the quarterfinals on Friday.
The No. 11-14 seeds play opening round games on Wednesday, followed by the second round on Thursday and the quarterfinals on Friday. The semifinals are Saturday, with the championship game at noon Sunday.
Photo; Kentucky MBB
The seeds are SET.Your 2019 #SECTourney Bracket: pic.twitter.com/JFijkJXk4Q — Southeastern Conference (@SEC) March 10, 2019