2013 NCAA Bracket Predictions: Bloody Sunday For The SEC?

by Matt Woods | March 17th, 2013

Several SEC teams entered the conference tournament on the proverbial bubble, and according to our bracket predictions, none have done enough to earn an at large bid.

Both Florida and Missouri appear to be locks, as our 2013 bracket predictions give the Gators 100% odds and the Tigers 92% odds to make the tourney. For the rest of the SEC, though, the picture is not as clear.

In fact, our NCAA bracket predictions see four of the first six out coming from the SEC. Kentucky and Tennessee both lost in the quarterfinals of the SEC tournament, and both losses look fatal. Ole Miss and Alabama came in probably needing to win the conference tournament, or at least notch a win over a team like Florida.

Alabama lost to the Gators this afternoon in a game the Tide desperately needed. Meanwhile, Mississippi made the championship game, but a win over struggling Vanderbilt in the semis had little impact on the Rebels’ at large odds. According to our 2013 NCAA bracket predictions, if Ole Miss fails to take down Florida tomorrow, the SEC likely will be a 2-bid league.

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  1. Henry Muto Says:

    Looks like I nailed everything except Memphis

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