Good stuff from Guy Ramsey of UK’s official blog about Kentucky basketball and their SEC Tournament seeding scenarios: “The Southeastern Conference Tournament picture is finally beginning to come to focus (well, at least you might think so until you see the tiebreaking scenarios below).
With just two games left in its regular season, Kentucky projects as the No. 2 seed in the conference tournament, which to be played in Nashville, Tenn. A loss by Alabama at Ole Miss on Tuesday night created a logjam from second to fifth in SEC standings as four teams all now have 11 wins. UK, though, is the only of those four teams with two games left, so the Wildcats are temporarily in second by themselves.
That, however, is very much subject to change.