The win puts the SEC regular-season champion into the league semifinals. And that puts them very close to something few teams have done in recent years
Alabama was eliminated Friday having done pretty much everything it could in Hoover. LSU still has an opportunity to build up its resume
Missouri headed into 2012 with momentum and optimism. Seven losses and countless injuries later, the Tigers were forced to lick their wounds and hope that their second impression in the SEC goes a lot better than the first. Will it?
Mississippi State is headed for the semifinals while A&M has to fight Vanderbilt for its tournament life
Arkansas wasn't assured of hosting a regional before they started playing in Hoover. Suddenly, they're looking more and more like a team to beat
Vanderbilt prevents a ding to its reputation while South Carolina once again underwhelms in Hoover. Does any of that matter?
Alabama is all but certain to go to the NCAA tournament after picking up its second win of the SEC tournament
A quick glance at the games as we head back into elimination mode. Two teams will go home and two teams will get a bye
Mississippi State once again found an improbable and improbably grueling way to win a game in Hoover. Meanwhile, the Gamecocks' struggles in the SEC tournament continued
The Aggies knock off the Commodores in the first truly surprising result at the championship event this year. How far can they go?
LSU's pitchers shut down Alabama's bats to preserve a three-run lead and put the Tigers two games away from playing for the crown
The Razorbacks get to the winners' bracket after another one-run game decided in overtime. Ole Miss is one loss away from heading home
Missouri didn't go quietly in that good night, giving us one of the more interesting tournament games in a long time before Mississippi State finally broke through
The Aggies took out the Gators on the first day of their first SEC tournament. Now A&M stays around for a couple more days
Kentucky and Auburn go home after losing their opening games in the conference's playoff. What does that mean for their chances to go to the NCAA tournament?
Auburn's hire of Gus Malzahn made as much sense as any hire this past offseason. Now how quickly can he re-establish the bona fides of a program that has trended downward for most of the last seven years?