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How to watch the 2022 SEC tournament via live stream, with a free trial

The 2022 SEC tournament gets underway on Wednesday afternoon. We go over how to live stream all the action and how to watch with a free trial.

South Carolina Gamecocks guard Erik Stevenson (10) takes a jump shot at Neville Arena in Auburn, Ala., on Saturday, March 5, 2022. Auburn Tigers defeated South Carolina Gamecocks 82-71. Jake Crandall / USA TODAY NETWORK

The SEC stepped up this year and were more than just Kentucky carrying the conference. They had four teams finish the regular season in the Top 25 and three teams finish in the top-10. The conference tournament kicks off with two games on Wednesday, March 9 and runs until the championship game on Sunday, March 13.

Proving that they aren’t just a football school, Auburn finished with the best conference record going 15-3 in conference play. They were followed by Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas which really makes you check the calendar and confirm that we indeed are not in football season. 14 teams are in the SEC and five of them finished with a 9-9 record in conference play so they just spent the back half of the season beating up on each other.

If you aren’t around a TV to follow the tournament, you can stream it through WatchESPN, but you’ll need a cable login with access to both ESPN and the SEC Network. If you don’t have a cable login with those channels available, you can get a trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream the tournament.

Here’s what the full tournament schedule looks like, as well as what channel each game airs on.

Wednesday, March 9

Game 1: No. 13 Ole Miss 60, No. 12 Missouri 72
Game 2: No. 14 Georgia 51, No. 11 Vanderbilt 86

Thursday, March 10

Game 3: No. 9 Florida 80, No. 8 Texas A&M 83 (OT)
Game 4: Missouri 68, No. 5 LSU 76
Game 5: No. 10 Mississippi State 73, No. 7 South Carolina 51
Game 6: No. 11 Vanderbilt 82, No. 6 Alabama 76

Friday, March 11

Game 7: No. 8 Texas A&M 67, No. 1 Auburn 62
Game 8: No. 5 LSU 67, No. 4 Arkansas 79
Game 9: No. 10 Mississippi State 59, No. 2 Tennessee 72
Game 10: No. 11 Vanderbilt 71, No. 3 Kentucky 77

Saturday, March 12

Game 11: No. 8 Texas A&M 82, No. 4 Arkansas 65
Game 12: No. 2 Tennessee 69, No. 3 Kentucky 62

Sunday, March 13 Final

Game 13: No. 8 Texas A&M vs. No. 2 Tennessee, 1:00 p.m., ESPN