Most everything has gone chalk in New Orleans, as the 2012 SEC Tournament is down to four teams, and three are the top four seeds. The only notable upset thus far was No. 7 seeded Ole Miss knocking off No. 2 Tennessee on Friday night in overtime, 77-72.
Nationally No. 1 ranked Kentucky, Florida and Vanderbilt are all NCAA Tournament locks, with the Wildcats expected to take the top overall seed, but the Rebels are somewhere on the bubble. The win over the Vols moved them to 20 wins, but most analysts think they need to beat Vandy on Saturday to get into the field of 68. Meanwhile the Gators would enjoy a huge boost in both RPI and potential seeding in the NCAA's if they could beat Kentucky, who has swept the Gators in two games this year.
No. 4 Florida Vs. No. 1 Kentucky, 1 p.m. ET, ABC
No. 7 Ole Miss. Vs. No. 3 Vanderbilt, 3:30 p.m. ET, ABC
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