The 21st-ranked and second-seeded Arkansas Razorbacks get to work in the SEC Tournament, as they take on the 10th-seeded Tennessee Volunteers in quarterfinal action from Bridgestone Arena on Friday evening.
The 18th-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks will enter next week's Southeastern Conference Tournament as the two seed behind unbeaten Kentucky. But first they'll look to close out their regular season on a winning note when they welcome LSU to Bud Walton Arena.
Coming off a humbling loss to top-ranked Kentucky, the 18th-ranked Arkansas Razorbacks close out the road portion of the regular season as they take on the South Carolina Gamecocks in an SEC matchup at Colonial Life Arena.
No question, SEC basketball is better than it has been in a number of years.
The league should send its most teams to the NCAA Tournament since 2011, including the presumptive No. 1 overall seed in Kentucky.
The question, though, is if any of these teams can touch the Wildcats. Granted, few teams in any league can approach the Wildcats this season. There's no shame if Arkansas, Georgia, Texas A&M and Ole Miss can't finish off the Wildcats; Kentucky isn’t 28-0 because the SEC is a mediocre league.