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Bet March Madness - SEC Tournament March 11-14

Bet March Madness action for the Southeastern Conference Tournament will be loaded with March Madness gambling contenders that could make the “Big Dance.”

Bet March Madness on the SEC Tournament from Nashville, TN will run March 11-14 with a loaded March Madness gambling field of teams. Those who bet March Madness always begin the SEC conversation and research with the Kentucky Wildcats.

Kentucky had a March Madness gambling record of 28-2 straight up and 16-12 against the spread.  The Wildcats will be the March Madness odds favorite to win the SEC Tournament.  Kentucky will have plenty of fan support and has proven to be a strong bet March Madness road commodity with a mark of 8-3 against the spread away from home.

Vanderbilt will also have plenty of bet March Madness fan support and will enter the SEC Tournament as one of the teams favored to have a shot at upsetting Kentucky for the crown.

The Commodores had a bet March Madness record of 23-7 straight up and 15-13 against the spread and were also a strong road team with a mark of 9-3 against the spread away from home.  The Tennessee Volunteers will likely be the local fan favorites and also a threat to win the SEC Tournament.

Tennessee had a bet March Madness record of 23-7 straight up but was just 12-14 against the spread.  The Vols have strong bet March Madness credentials that include a win over Kentucky.

From there the SEC goes to a bet March Madness list of “bubble teams” that will need to show strong in Nashville starting with the co-leaders of the West Division; Ole Miss and Mississippi State.  Ole Miss was 21-9 straight up and 16-9 against the spread while Mississippi State was 21-10 straight up and 13-12 against the board.

Another dangerous threat to emerge from the pack would be the Florida Gators, who finished 20-10 straight up and 13-12 against the spread with a recent big win over Tennessee.

The rest of the field would have to run the entire table and win the SEC Tournament outright to make the “Big Dance.”  Of those teams Arkansas and South Carolina would be the most likely to pull off the upset.