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SEC Tournament 2013 streaming: How to watch online, TV, radio and more

An unsettled bunch of SEC teams will work their way into and out of NCAA bids this week.

Andy Lyons

The SEC Tournament kicks off Wednesday with a pair of first-round games, setting up a field full of bubble teams with plenty to prove before Selection Sunday.

In SB Nation's Chris Dobbertean's bracketology, half of the last four in and half of the first four out are comprised of SEC teams. The Kentucky Wildcats and Tennessee Volunteers are two of his last four in, and the Ole Miss Rebels and Alabama Crimson Tide are two of his first four out. The Arkansas Razorbacks were neither in the field nor in the first four out, but Dobbertean did list them as being "considered."

The only two SEC teams solidly in the field are the Florida Gators and Missouri Tigers.

Eight of the SEC tournament's 13 games will be streamed online at ESPN3, excluding only Friday's first two quarterfinal games (which are being broadcast exclusively on ESPNU), and the semifinals and final (all of which are being broadcast on ABC).

All other games will air on TV on the SEC Network and streaming on ESPN3.

All SEC tournament games except the final will be broadcast for radio listeners on XM 199.

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