1. Florida will play Northwestern State in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
2. Ole Miss guard Marshall Henderson on other SEC coaches: “They’re losers.”
3. The Rebels will have a tough challenge when they play No. 5 seed Wisconsin.
4. Missouri coach Frank Haith on returning to the NCAA tournament: “I never take it for granted.”
5. SEC basketball this season was worse than previous thought, writes David Climer.
6. Kentucky went from being the 2012 story of the NCAA tournament to an NIT No. 1 seed.
7. The Wildcats lost too many road games to get into the NCAA tournament.
8. Tennessee is a No. 2 seed in the NIT after missing out on the NCAA tournament.
9. Alabama received a No. 1 seed in the NIT. The Crimson Tide will open against Northeastern.
10. There will be “increased pressure” for the Vols to reach the NCAA tournament next year, writes Mike Strange.
11. Maybe the SEC can “exact payback” during the football season, writes Mark Wiedmer.
12. Arkansas didn’t receive an invitation to the NIT. Its season ends with a 19-13 record.
13. LSU was left out of the NIT, too. Tigers coach Johnny Jones: “It’s just disappointing.”
14. Alabama is ready to move past its offseason troubles that included four players being kicked off the team.
15. Here’s a look at Auburn’s H-backs and tight ends as the Tigers prepare for spring practice.
16. The SEC was represented on the NCAA tournament snub list.
17. Here is the full NCAA tournament schedule with TV listings.
18. The NCAA released the official 1-68 seed list for the tournament.
19. Eamonn Brennan of ESPN.com has his own rankings for all 68 teams.
20. Jeff Goodman of CBSSports.com believes Florida will reach the Final Four.
21. Always an entertaining read: “Forde Minutes” to get you ready for the Big Dance.