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Everything You Need To Know About The SEC Baseball Tournament
College Baseball has been climbing its way up the relevancy ladder over the last few years, and while it’s not entirely in the limelight just yet, it seems to be just a few steps away. The SEC Conference Tournament kicks off today, May 24th, so here’s everything you need to know about the tournament going forward. If you want to place some bets on any upcoming games, you can do so at any New Jersey Online Casino.
The first round of the tournament (which is single elimination) consists of the following games:
- 11 Alabama @ 6 Georgia
- 10 South Carolina @ 7 Florida
- 9 Ole Miss @ 8 Vanderbilt
- 12 Kentucky vs 5 Auburn
The winner of each of these games will go on to the second round, which is double elimination, and will face off against the following bye-receiving teams:
- 1 Tennessee (Will play the winner of Ole Miss vs Vanderbilt)
- 2 Texas A&M (Will play the winner of South Carolina vs Florida)
- 3 Arkansas (Will play the winner of Alabama vs Georgia)
- 4 LSU (Will play the winner of Kentucky vs Aubrun)
The Arkansas Razorbacks won the SEC Tournament last year, but fell short of even clinching the College World Series after falling to NC State at the Fayetteville Super Regional. The SEC ended up sending three teams to the College World Series: Vanderbilt, Tennessee, and the Champion-to-be Mississippi State.
The SEC Tournament Championship is set to kick off on Sunday, May 29th at 3 PM EST on ESPN2. If you want to place some bets on the championship game, make sure to do so on any of the New Jersey Online Casinos, such as BetMGM or DraftKings.