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 ATLANTA (AP) -The Southeastern Conference moved the rest of its men's basketball tournament to Georgia Tech after a possible tornado damaged the Georgia Dome, and one team will have to play a doubleheader Saturday.
The Georgia-Kentucky quarterfinal game, which was postponed Friday after the storm struck, will be played at noon Saturday. The winner of that game will have to return in the evening to face Mississippi State in the semifinals.
The other semifinal between No. 4 Tennessee and Arkansas will be played at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Since Alexander Memorial Coliseum is smaller than the Georgia Dome - 9,100 seats as opposed to 26,000 in the dome's basketball configuration - only players' families and those with working credentials will be allowed to attend the remaining games.
The championship will be held Sunday.
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