Kentucky and Georgia will meet for the second time this season as they battle in the second of two semi-final games in the SEC Tournament in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta Saturday afternoon.
Florida and Tennessee play the opening game at 1:00 p.m. (EDT).
Kentucky and Georgia will tip-off approximately 25-minutes after the conclusion of the first game.
Both semi-final games can be seen exclusively on ABC 36.
Kentucky and Georgia met just once during the regular season.
The Wildcats were ranked 14th at the time on January 25, 2014, when the two teams played in Rupp Arena.
UK guard Aaron Harrison set the tone by scoring 15-points as Kentucky pulled away for an easy 79-54 victory.
Julius Randle added 14-points and James Young had 13 for the Wildcats who shot 50-percent from the field for the game.
Eleven Wildcats scored in the game.
Sophomore Willie Cauley-Stein broke out of a personal slump against the Bulldogs by scoring 8-points, blocking 6-shots, getting 6-steals and pulling down 3-rebounds in 26 minutes of play.
Brandon Morris had 15-points for Georgia, which played without starting guard Kenny Gaines and backup Juwan Parker because of thigh and hamstring injuries, respectively.
We invite viewers to watch our Solid Blue SEC Tournament Report, presented by the Kentucky Lottery beginning at 11:30 a.m. (EDT) Saturday morning.
It's a 90-minute pregame show taking you up to the opening tip of the first semi-final game between the Gators and Volunteers.
We'll have reports from Atlanta and Lexington. We have a one-on-one interview with UK Head Coach John Calipari, player profiles, a look back at the Wildcats regular season and we'll show you how Solid Blue fans are celebrating in Atlanta and Kentucky.