Both the Kentucky Wildcats (24-9, 12-6 SEC) and the Florida Gators (31-2, 18-0 SEC) advanced today to meet each other on Sunday in the SEC tournament championship game at 3:15 PM (Eastern) in Atlanta, Georgia. The Cats are coming off a 70-58 victory against Georgia and the Gators are coming off a tough 56-49 win over the Vols. I haven’t seen a line for the game yet, but you can be sure the Gators will be favored as they’re the #1 team in the nation right now. I’ll update this post if I hear of the gambling line. UPDATE: The Vegas line opened at Florida being favored by 5.5, but it quickly changed to 6 points.
Alabama has had a very tough year, but they have managed to beat LSU, Ole Miss, and Missouri. The Crimson Tide also have one of the best SEC players in senior guard Trevor Releford (another one of those players that feels like has been around for 10 years). The opening Vegas line has the Cats winning by 13.5 points. Vegas is usually pretty close with the Cats, but they’ve been way off the last few games.
TV CHANNEL INFORMATION:
TV Network: ESPN
Channel on DirecTV: 206
Channel on Dish Network: 140
Channel on Cable: Varies with provider and location–look it up with TitanTV.
LIVE VIDEO STREAM:
We plan on having a couple streaming options for you on our streaming page. We’ll have a link to the WatchESPN stream watch plus we’ll try to find a couple of other streams for those of you without access to ESPN3. Check back 10-15 minutes before the game for the links to appear.
LIVE AUDIO STREAM:
You can also listen to the game online straight from UK Athletic’s All Access website without any restrictions. Using this link, you can also listen to the pre-game and post game shows, which are always entertaining. The pregame show starts an hour and a half before the game, so you can start listening Sunday at 1:45 PM (Eastern) if you’d like.
INTERACTIVE LIVE BLOG:
Want to get some play-by-play and interact with fans in real time while the game is on? Then head over to Kentucky Sports Radio about 10 minutes before game time to participate in their live blog.
Our favorite place to discuss all things UK basketball with fellow CAT fans is over at CatsIllustrated. There are normally a few thousand people online during games and usually 1,000+ people online on days where there aren’t any games. There are topics about all things UK basketball here. I must warn you though, people can get extremely crazy after a UK loss.