SEC Tournament Odds


ATLANTA, GA (TheSpread) – The 2014 SEC Tournament is all about one team, which is Florida. Here is a look at the odds for all teams to unseat the Gators and win this tournament.

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According to oddsmakers at, Florida is the clear favorite, as it has 2/3 odds. Other short odds to win are Kentucky (3/1) and Tennessee (4/1).

This is a standard 14-team tournament with a pair of opening-round games on Wednesday. The 5-10 seeds have byes into the second round and the top 4 seeds have byes into the quarterfinals. The tournament runs through Sunday and is played at the Georgia Dome.

Florida went a perfect 18-0 in SEC play and is 29-2 overall and ranked No.1 in the country. The Gators have won this tournament three times, with the last title coming in 2007.

Kentucky is the No. 2 seed in the tournament. The Wildcats went 22-9 on the season and 12-6 in conference play. The Wildcats have won this tournament 27 times, more than three times more than any other team. Kentucky last won in 2011.

Tennessee is the No. 4 seed in the tournament. The Volunteers went 20-11 overall this season and 11-7 in the SEC. Tennessee is a four-time winner of this tournament, but the last title came way back in 1979.

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For a complete look at each team’s odds to win the 2014 SEC Tournament, see below.

2014 SEC Tournament Odds To Win

Florida 2/3 

Kentucky 3/1 

Tennessee 4/1 

Arkansas 16/1 

Georgia 16/1 

LSU 25/1 

Missouri 25/1 

Ole Miss 33/1 

Alabama 50/1 

Vanderbilt 100/1 

Texas A&M 250/1 

Auburn 500/1 

Mississippi State 500/1 

South Carolina 500/1

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