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The SEC may be known as more of a football conference, but it has been one of the biggest college basketball conferences throughout its many years of existence. SEC tournament tickets have been available at multiple sites over the years as the tournament has rotated multiple locations as the host. Those locations include the Superdome, the Georgia Dome, and Bridgestone Arena. This year, fans who purchase SEC tournament tickets will be heading to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

The Georgia Dome has hosted the tournament 11 times, but has not hosted since 2011. 2014 will mark the 12th time the tournament is held in the Georgia Dome, making the venue the leader in SEC tournament tickets sold and tied with Louisville Gardens for the most times as the host venue. The 6,000 capacity Louisville Gardens hasn’t hosted since 1952.

Odds are fans who have purchased SEC tournament tickets for this season will see the Kentucky Wildcats winning the whole thing, as they have done 27 times before. Although, the Wildcats haven’t won the conference tournament since 2011. The past two conference tournament champions have been Vanderbilt and Mississippi. Still, it’s unlikely holding SEC tournament tickets are a guarantee to see an upset, especially with how the conference is shaping up for the 2013-14 season.

Florida fans could be eager to get their hands on SEC tournament tickets as the Gators have their best chance to win the tournament since 2007. Florida is currently ranked as the No. 2 team in the country and will likely be the favorite heading into the conference tournament. The Gators are the only team in the SEC undefeated in conference play this season.

Kentucky and Florida have both been ranked all season, but their rankings have gone in opposite directions. The Wildcats started the season ranked No. 1, but have slid to No. 18. The Gators entered the season at No. 10 and have moved up to No. 2. This is the favorite matchup for those with SEC tournament tickets to see for the championship game. It would be unclear which team would win, but the upset of the tournament would be this not being the championship game matchup.

While those with SEC tournament tickets will likely see Florida or Kentucky cutting down the nets at the end of the championship game, one other team, Missouri, has been ranked in the top 25 this season. The Tigers, in their second year in the conference, have spent some time at the back end of the rankings, but have not been in the top 25 since the first week in January. Last year’s conference champion Mississippi are only 7-6 in conference play and 16-10 overall.

SEC tournament tickets will likely see an increase in price as the start of the conference tournament approaches. Although it’s unlikely there’s a surprising result come the end of the games, fans having SEC tournament tickets to see these games are going to see a good group of games.

Year-By-Year SEC Tournament Winners
Year Champion Score Runner-up MVP Venue
1933 Kentucky 46–27 Mississippi State None Atlanta Athletic Club 
1934 Alabama 41–25 Florida None Atlanta Athletic Club 
1936 Tennessee 41–25 Alabama None Alumni Memorial Gym
1937 Kentucky 39–25 Tennessee None Alumni Memorial Gym
1938 Georgia Tech 58–47 Mississippi None Huey Long Field House 
1939 Kentucky 46–38 Tennessee None Alumni Memorial Gym 
1940 Kentucky 51–43 Georgia None Alumni Memorial Gym
1941 Tennessee 36–33 Kentucky None Louisville Gardens 
1942 Kentucky 36–34 Alabama None Louisville Gardens 
1943 Tennessee 33–30 Kentucky None Louisville Gardens 
1944 Kentucky 62–46 Tulane None Louisville Gardens 
1945 Kentucky 39–35 Tennessee None Louisville Gardens
1946 Kentucky 59–36 LSU None Louisville Gardens 
1947 Kentucky 55–38 Tulane None Louisville Gardens 
1948 Kentucky 54–43 Georgia Tech None Louisville Gardens 
1949 Kentucky 68–52 Tulane None Louisville Gardens 
1950 Kentucky 95–58 Tennessee None Louisville Gardens
1951 Vanderbilt 61–57 Kentucky None Louisville Gardens 
1952 Kentucky 44–43 LSU None Louisville Gardens 
1979 Tennessee 75–69 OT Kentucky Kyle Macy, UK Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex 
1980 LSU 80–78 Kentucky DeWayne Scales, LSU Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex 
1981 Mississippi 66–62 Georgia Dominique Wilkins, UGA Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex 
1982 Alabama 48–46 Kentucky Dirk Minniefield, UK Rupp Arena 
1983 Georgia 86–71 Alabama Vern Fleming, UGA Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex 
1984 Kentucky 51–49 Auburn Charles Barkley, AU Memorial Gymnasium 
1985 Auburn 53–49OT Alabama Chuck Person, AU Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex 
1986 Kentucky 83–72 Alabama John Williams, LSU Rupp Arena 
1987 Alabama 69–62 LSU Derrick McKey, UA Omni Coliseum
1988 Kentucky 62–57 Georgia Rex Chapman, UK Pete Maravich Assembly Center 
1989 Alabama 72–60 Florida Livingston Chatman, UF Thompson-Boling Arena 
1990 Alabama 70–51 Mississippi Melvin Cheatum, UA Orlando Arena 
1991 Alabama 88–69 Tennessee Allan Houston, UT Memorial Gymnasium 
1992 Kentucky 80–54 Alabama Jamal Mashburn, UK Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex
1993 Kentucky 82–65 LSU Travis Ford, UK Rupp Arena
1994 Kentucky 73–60 Florida Travis Ford, UK The Pyramid 
1995 Kentucky 95–93 OT Arkansas Antoine Walker, UK Georgia Dome 
1996 Mississippi State 84–73 Kentucky Dontae' Jones, MSU Louisiana Superdome 
1997 Kentucky 95–68 Georgia Ron Mercer, UK The Pyramid 
1998 Kentucky 86–56 South Carolina Wayne Turner, UK Georgia Dome 
1999 Kentucky 76–63 Arkansas Scott Padgett, UK Georgia Dome 
2000 Arkansas 75–67 Auburn Brandon Dean, ARK Georgia Dome 
2001 Kentucky 77–55 Mississippi Tayshaun Prince, UK Gaylord Entertainment Center 
2002 Mississippi State 61–58 Alabama Mario Austin, MSU Georgia Dome 
2003 Kentucky 64–57 Mississippi State Keith Bogans, UK Louisiana Superdome 
2004 Kentucky 89–73 Florida Gerald Fitch, UK Georgia Dome 
2005 Florida 70–53 Kentucky Matt Walsh, UF Georgia Dome 
2006 Florida 49–47 South Carolina Taurean Green, UF Gaylord Entertainment Center 
2007 Florida 77–56 Arkansas Al Horford, UF Georgia Dome 
2008 Georgia 66–57 Arkansas Sundiata Gaines, UGA Georgia Dome/Alexander Memorial Coliseum
2009 Mississippi State 64–61 Tennessee Jarvis Varnado, MSU St. Pete Times Forum 
2010 Kentucky 75–74 OT Mississippi State John Wall, UK Bridgestone Arena
2011 Kentucky 70–54 Florida Darius Miller, UK Georgia Dome 
2012 Vanderbilt 71–64 Kentucky John Jenkins, VU New Orleans Arena 
2013 Mississippi 66–63 Florida Marshall Henderson, UM Bridgestone Arena 

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SEC Tournament Tickets News

3-14-14: SEC results from March 13th: Missouri defeated Texas A&M in a double overtime game, South Carolina passed by Arkansas 71-69, Alabama fell to LSU 68-56, and Ole Miss defeated in-state rival Mississippi State 78-66. Today's action sees Missouri vs number 1 seed Florida, South Carolina vs Tennessee, LSU vs Kentucky, and Ole Miss vs Georgia.

3-13-14: SEC Tournament results from March 12th: South Carolina defeated Auburn 74-56, and Mississippi State defeated Vanderbilt 82-68. Today's action includes Texas A&M vs Missouri, South Carolina vs Arkansas, Alabama vs LSU, and Mississippi State vs Ole Miss. Florida, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Georgia have each earned a bye until tomorrow's quarterfinals.

3-12-14: The first round of the SEC tournament kicked off today at the Georgia Dome with Auburn vs South Carolina and Vanderbilt vs Mississippi State. Number 6 Ole Miss awaits the winner of Vandy/Miss State, and Number 5 Arkansas awaits the winner of Auburn/South Carolina. The games will be televised on SEC TV and ESPN3.

3-11-14: The SEC tournament kicks off tomorrow with Auburn vs South Carolina and Vanderbilt vs Mississippi State. The second round on Thursday features Missouri vs Texas A&M, LSU vs Alabama, and Arkansas & Ole Miss each await the first day's winners. The top four seeds (Florida, Kentucky, Georgia, and Tennessee) finally see some action during the Quarterfinals on Friday.

3-10-14: SEC Results from March 8th: Florida defeated Kentucky 84-65 to earn a perfect 18-0 record in the SEC. Ole Miss beat Vanderbilt 85-82. Auburn defeated Texas A&M 69-64. Tennessee routed Missouri 72-45. South Carolina defeated Mississippi State 74-62. Alabama defeated Arkansas 83-58. Georgia defeated LSU 69-61. Charles Mann had a double double for the Bulldogs with 22 points and 10 rebounds.

3-7-14: LSU pulled out a close one as they overcame Vanderbilt 57-51 last night. LSU came back from 16 down led by Johnny O'Bryant III with 25 points and 10 rebounds. The SEC regular season schedule concludes this Saturday. An all session pass to the SEC 12 tournament currently averages $509 on the secondary market. Session 2 is the cheapest while Session 6 sports the most expensive SEC tournament tickets.

3-6-14: The SEC saw 4 games go down last night. Georgia enjoyed a 21 point victory over Mississippi State in the Battle of the Bulldogs. Tennessee easily took care of Auburn as they rested their starters for the final minutes of an 82-54 blowout en route to their 3rd straight win. Missouri and Texas A&M faced in the highlight game of the night, with the Tigers taking the victory 57-56. Finally, Arkansas notched their 6th straight win as they routed Ole Miss 110-80 thanks to 7 3-pointers from Anthlon Bell. The all-session strip for the SEC tournament currently averages $522 on the secondary market. SEC tournament tickets for the championship game are currently at an average asking price of $190.

3-5-14: 2014's SEC tournament takes place at the Georgia Dome from March 12th to March 16th. The all-session strip will cost you an average of $525 on the secondary market. The overall average price of all sessions is currently $145, with the cheapest being Sessions 2 at $48. The most expensive date is Session 6 on March 15th, at an asking price of $208. The SEC features 2 nationally ranked teams, with the regular season schedule highlighted by Saturday's Kentucky at Florida game. The Gators have the best in-conference record at 17-0. They are 28-2 overall and the top ranked team in the country.

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