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SEC Tournament Semifinals Kentucky Wildcats vs Auburn Tigers Start Time, Odds, Free Pick

The top-ranked Kentucky Wildcats continue their march to perfection today when they take on the upset-minded Auburn Tigers. The game is scheduled for a 1 p.m. start time and it will be televised nationally on ESPN. Currently the College Basketball Betting Odds for the game have the Wildcats as an overwhelming favorite to get the job done and reach the SEC Tournament finals.

Kentucky has raced out to a 32-0 record to start the season and everybody knows they’re the talk of college basketball. The Wildcats have been the best team in the country for the entire season and they’ll finish with the top overall seed in the NCAA Tournament. 

Today, Kentucky takes on an Auburn team that has won three straight games to start the SEC Tournament, beating Mississippi State, Texas A&M and LSU to reach this point. The fighting Bruce Pearls finished 4-14 in the SEC regular season slate and were four games under the .500 mark overall, but they’ve found a spark here in the conference tournament. Today though, that run probably comes to an end. 

Kentucky has been on fire all season and no matter how confident Auburn feels they’re going to get crushed today. Kentucky isn’t a 23-point favorite based on merit alone.

Remember, the most points Kentucky scored in a single game this season came against Auburn. Back on Feb. 21 the Wildcats destroyed Auburn 110-75 as the Wildcats had six players end in double figures and two more finish with nine points.

Blowout city today.

Free Pick: Kentucky 88, Auburn 61

Movie NCAA Basketball: Who Can Win it All?

Teddy Covers and Steve Fezzik from Pregame.com discuss who they feel will win it all in the NCAA Tournament, while throwing in some teams that have a chance to make a deep run in the tournament.