The Florida Gators clinched the SEC regular season title on Friday with a victory at Missouri paired with a Georgia loss to Mississippi. For Florida, it was the fourth straight regular season crown and their eighth in program history.
The Gators (47-8, 20-4) will begin their postseason run in this week’s SEC Tournament as the top seed and won’t have to play until Thursday night.
Florida will face the winner of Wednesday’s late contest between Alabama (33-17, 12-12) and Auburn (40-14, 11-12).
The first and second round games can be seen on SEC Network while ESPNU will carry the semifinal action before ESPN2 covers the Championship game on Sunday.
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[…] Gators have completed regular season play with a 47-8 overall record and a 20-4 SEC mark. Florida opens the SEC Tournament on Thursday as the number one seed and will play the winner of Wednesday night’s Alabama-Auburn […]