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2005 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament
2005 Tournament logo
Classification Division I
Season 2004–05
Teams 12
Site Georgia Dome
Atlanta, Georgia
Champions Florida (1st title)
Winning coach Billy Donovan (1st title)
MVP Matt Walsh, Florida
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The 2005 SEC Men's Basketball Tournament took place from March 10–13, 2005 in Atlanta, Georgia at the Georgia Dome. The SEC Championship Game was televised by CBS.

The top two teams in both the Eastern and Western Divisions receive byes in the first round, which were Kentucky, Alabama, LSU, and Florida and played their second-round games on March 11, 2005. The winner of the tournament, Florida, received the SEC's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. This was Florida's first SEC tournament championship.


  First round Second Round Semifinals Championship Game
W5 Mississippi 53  
E4 South Carolina 52  
  W1 Alabama 69  
    W5 Ole Miss 52  
  E2 Florida 68  
  W1 Alabama 62  
  E2 Florida 80
    W3 Mississippi State 64  
W3 Mississippi State 76
E6 Georgia 65  
  E2 Florida 70
  E1 Kentucky 53
E5 Tennessee 65  
W4 Arkansas 46  
  E1 Kentucky 76
    E5 Tennessee 62  
  E1 Kentucky 79*
  W2 LSU 78  
  W2 LSU 89
    W6 Auburn 58  
W6 Auburn 80
E3 Vanderbilt 67  

Asterisk denotes game ended in overtime.



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