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SEC Tournament Odds

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NASHVILLE, TN (TheSpread) – The 2013 SEC Tournament seems to be somewhat of a one-horse race. Here is a look at the odds to win this week's tournament.

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This Tournament is a 14-team single elimination tournament where the top four teams have a bye into the quarterfinals and the next six seeds have a bye into the second round. Each game is played at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, and the tournament runs from March 13-17. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Florida is the favorite to win this tournament, as it has 5/8 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Missouri (6/1) and Kentucky (7/1).

Florida is the top seed in this tournament, as the Gators went 14-4 in the SEC and 24-6 for the season. Florida has won this tournament three times, with the last championship coming in 2007.

Missouri is the No. 6 seed in this tournament. The Tigers are 22-9 overall and went 11-7 in their first season in the SEC. Missouri has never won this tournament, but is making its debut in the conference.

Kentucky is the No. 2 seed. The Wildcats went 12-6 in the SEC this season and are 21-10 overall. Kentucky has won this tournament 27 times, which is 21 times more than the next closest SEC team. The Wildcats last won in 2011.

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The 2013 SEC Conference Tournament takes place from March 13-17 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. For odds on each team to win the SEC Conference Tournament, see below.

2013 SEC Conference Tournament Odds To Win

Florida 5/8

Missouri 6/1

Kentucky 7/1

Ole Miss 12/1

Alabama 15/1

Arkansas 18/1

Tennessee 20/1

Vanderbilt 40/1

LSU 40/1

Georgia 40/1

Field (Any Other Team) 20/1

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