NASHVILLE – The championship game pairing for the 2015 SEC Tournament is set after No. 1 Kentucky and No. 21 Arkansas won on Saturday in Bridgestone Arena.
The Wildcats routed short-handed Auburn 91-67 in the early semifinal game while Mike Anderson's Razorbacks won an ugly game against Georgia 60-49.
They'll meet tomorrow in the finals at Noon Central Time on ESPN.
Kentucky and Arkansas played only once in the regular season, a 17-point Big Blue win in Rupp Arena in a contest that probably wasn't even that close.
Scout's Dean Legge and Ben Love recap the semifinals in this video below and look ahead to Sunday's title game and how both teams are shaping up after two games in two days.
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