Halfway through conference play, the SEC is still as mixed as it was to begin. The SEC has two teams leading the pack (Kentucky and Florida), with Vanderbilt and Mississippi State right behind.
The SEC tournament is without a doubt Kentucky's to lose. They have an impeccable conference record, 9-0 as of this writing, and hold opponents to a league-best 57.9 points per game. With that being said, they have shown that they can be prone to lapses in their play.
Florida is another team from the SEC East that has been dominating conference play, currently sitting at 7-1 in conference play. They are almost certainly the "next best" in the conference.
But past Florida and Kentucky, who could surprise us like Georgia did in 2008?
Here are five dark horse teams that could shock the conference and upend Florida or Kentucky in the SEC tournament.