SEC Tournament 2012: Bracket And Schedule For Friday's Quarterfinals

Kentucky, Florida, Tennessee and Vanderbilt each join the SEC Tournament on Friday after receiving a free pass into the quarterfinals by virtue of their regular season record. They'll face Thursday's winners as the tournament inches closer to handing out its auto-bid on Sunday, just before the selections are announced.

LSU earned the right to face Kentucky with a win over Arkansas on Thursday, which probably isn't the best reward for the Tigers. Alabama also moved on after its win over South Carolina in the second matchup of the day. Ole Miss will face Tennessee thanks to a win over Auburn, and Georgia upset Mississippi State in the night cap.

Here is the full schedule for Friday's SEC Tournament quarterfinal matchups. The full tournament bracket can be found here.

1:00 p.m.: LSU vs. Kentucky on the SEC Network
3:30 p.m.: Alabama vs. Florida on the SEC Network
7:30 p.m.: Ole Miss vs. Tennessee on the SEC Network
10:00 p.m.: Georgia vs. Vanderbilt on the SEC Network

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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