2009 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament

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2009 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament
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2009 Tournament logo
ClassificationDivision I
Season2008–09
Teams12
SiteSt. Pete Times Forum
Tampa, Florida
ChampionsMississippi State (3rd title)
Winning coachRick Stansbury (2nd title)
TelevisionRaycom Sports, CBS
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The 2009 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament took place on March 12–15, 2009 in Tampa, Florida at the St. Pete Times Forum (now known as the Amalie Arena). The first, quarterfinal, and semifinal rounds were televised by Raycom/LF Sports, and the SEC Championship Game was seen on CBS.


SEC Regular Season Standings and Awards[edit]

Standings[edit]

SEC East
School Coach W L Seed
Tennessee Bruce Pearl 10 6 E1
South Carolina Darrin Horn 10 6 E2
Florida Billy Donovan 9 7 E3
Kentucky Billy Gillispie 8 8 E4
Vanderbilt Kevin Stallings 8 8 E5
Georgia Pete Herrmann 3 13 E6
SEC West
School Coach W L Seed
LSU Trent Johnson 13 3 W1
Auburn Jeff Lebo 10 6 W2
Mississippi State Rick Stansbury 9 7 W3
Alabama Philip Pearson 7 9 W4
Mississippi Andy Kennedy 7 9 W5
Arkansas John Pelphrey 2 14 W6

Awards[edit]

Award Recipient Class Team
SEC Player of the Year (Media)
SEC Player of the Year (Coaches) Marcus Thornton Sr. LSU
SEC Coach of the Year (Media)
SEC Coach of the Year (Coaches) Trent Johnson 1st year LSU
SEC Freshman of the Year (Media)
SEC Freshman of the Year (Coaches) Terrico White Fr. Ole Miss
SEC Defensive Player of the Year (Media) Jarvis Varnado Jr. Mississippi State
SEC Defensive Player of the Year (Coaches) Jarvis Varnado Jr. Mississippi State
SEC Sixth Man (Coaches) Brandis Raley-Ross Sr. South Carolina
SEC Awards

All-Conference Team[edit]

All-SEC First Team

Position Player Class Team
G Nick Calathes So. Florida
G Jodie Meeks Jr. Kentucky
G Devan Downey Jr. South Carolina
G Marcus Thornton Sr. LSU
F Tyler Smith Jr. Tennessee
F Tasmin Mitchell Jr. LSU
F Patrick Patterson So. Kentucky
F Jarvis Varnado Jr. Mississippi State
SEC First Team

Bracket[edit]

  First round
March 12
Second round
March 13
Semifinals
March 14
SEC Championship Game
March 15
                                     
W5 Ole Miss 58  
E4 Kentucky 71  
  E4 Kentucky 58  
    W1 LSU 67  
     
       
  W1 LSU 57  
  W3 Mississippi State 67  
       
       
  E2 South Carolina 68
    W3 Mississippi State 82  
E6 Georgia 60
W3 Mississippi State 79  
  W3 Mississippi State 64
  E1 Tennessee 61
E5 Vanderbilt 75  
W4 Alabama 82  
  W4 Alabama 62
    E1 Tennessee 86  
     
       
  E1 Tennessee 94
  W2 Auburn 85  
       
       
  W2 Auburn 61
    E3 Florida 58  
W6 Arkansas 58
E3 Florida 73  


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