The 2018 NCAA basketball tournament is coming to an end, but the first-round series between the University of Alabama and the University in Gainesville is far from over.
With just over three weeks to go before the finals, the tournament has become a much-hyped, much-anticipated spectacle for many people across the country.
The series has generated a lot of hype, and there’s no doubt that it’s been a lot to watch, and for some it has been a bit of a spectacle.
But the series has also become a lot more complicated than the hype would suggest.
It is, after all, a basketball tournament, and the series will have to contend with a plethora of other events in the tournament, as well as with NCAA tournaments across the world.
While most of the coverage has focused on the first two rounds, a lot has been made of the last round, which will take place on Saturday, August 9.
This round, the Crimson Tide will play host to Georgia State, and this will be the first time that the series pits the teams in the same conference, with the winner going on to face the winner of the Alabama-GSU matchup.
The stakes are higher for the Crimson and the Bulldogs, and we want to make sure you know what to expect.
What are the stakes for the first round?
In the previous round, Alabama defeated Georgia State in overtime, so the series is all about the result.
The stakes are much higher than the previous two rounds in that the winner advances to the semifinals, where they will face a top-ranked team in the national championship.
The semifinals will be played on Saturday morning, with an ESPN crew in attendance, with one analyst on hand, while ESPN analyst Chad Ford will also be on hand.
This is the first televised matchup between Alabama and Georgia State.
The first half of the game will be shown on ESPN2, and ESPN will be joined by the SEC Network and Bleacher Report, the latter of which will be live streaming the game in real time on their social media accounts, along with a live blog.
We’ll also have live tweets from the ESPN broadcast team and a full coverage of the series, including all the key moments.
The second half of today’s game will air on ESPN3, with a two-hour recap following the game, with Bleacher reports on the highlights.ESPN will also have a live preview of the NCAA tournament on their website and on the app, and it will be streamed live from the Georgia Dome.
There will also also be coverage of every SEC game, including every national championship game.
How will the NCAA championship affect the final games?
The first two games of the SEC Championship are set to be played in Atlanta on August 10.
It will be Georgia State vs Alabama, which is the highest-ranked game of the season.
Georgia State has been favored to win this game, and has been able to beat Alabama in the past three meetings.
However, the two teams have never met in the semifinals of the tournament.
The final two games will be decided by a two point margin, with Alabama going on the road to play Georgia, and Georgia going to host the winner in the final.
Who will win the SEC Tournament?
In total, the final two SEC Tournament games will decide the title between the two top two seeds.
Alabama is looking to win the title, while Georgia State is looking for a second straight national championship to take home its first SEC Tournament title.
The winner of those two games has a better chance of making it to the NCAA Tournament final, as the winner would need to win both the SEC Championships.
The game will also determine the SEC champion, as Georgia State would need two games to be crowned the national champion, and both games would be played away from home.
Will the games affect the SEC standings?
The SEC Tournament will determine the champion of the conference.
Georgia has won the last two SEC Championships, while Alabama has lost two of its last three.
Alabama has the tiebreaker in this case, and while Georgia has beaten Georgia State twice, the series between these two teams has never been as close as it has in the last three games.
Georgia, on the other hand, has a much better chance at upsetting Georgia State than the Bulldogs.
Does the NCAA rule apply?
The NCAA rule is the same for all three games, but in case you’re wondering, the rule is that both teams are considered to be the same team, even if they have different uniforms and players.
This means that even if Georgia plays a different team, the winner still needs to win two of the three games to get the trophy.
If Georgia State wins one of the games, the trophy will be handed to Alabama, and vice versa.
Georgia will win a game, then Alabama will win