SEC Tournament 2012: Bracket And Schedule For Saturday's Semifinals

The 2012 SEC Tournament continues on Saturday with the semifinal round, live on ABC. One team is looking to crash the party and steal an auto-bid on one side of the bracket while the other semifinal pits two of the conference titans against one another.

In the first matchup of the day, Kentucky will face Florida in a rematch of the final regular season game. Kentucky ran the table in the SEC, finishing a perfect 16-0 while pushing its overall record to 31-1. The Wildcats looked shaky early on Friday before hitting the throttle and dropping LSU by nine. Florida got a test from Alabama in the other quarterfinal matchup, hanging on for a three-point win.

On the other side of the bracket, Ole Miss is staying alive, hoping to somehow snag the auto-bid. The Rebs knocked off Tennessee in overtime on Friday to keep the dream alive. They'll face Vanderbilt in the second semifinal after the Commodores easily downed Georgia in the nightcap on Friday.

Here's the schedule for Saturday's semifinals. For the full tournament bracket head over here.

1 p.m.: Kentucky vs. Florida on ABC
3:30 p.m.: Ole Miss vs. Vanderbilt on ABC

All times Eastern

Head over to SB Nation NCAA Basketball for more news and notes on conference tournaments and the rest of March Madness. For more on the SEC Tournament, stay with this StoryStream or visit Team Speed Kills.

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