Kentucky's win over Missouri on Saturday night not only looked good on its NCAA Tournament resume, it helped the Wildcats even more with their SEC standing.
Kentucky moved to 19-8 overall and 10-4 in the Southeastern Conference. They're currently tied for second with Alabama and are two games back of Florida for best in the conference.
This is vital come conference tournament time, as Kentucky can avoid playing Missouri or Florida until the SEC Championship game, something that's crucial in securing its bid for the NCAA Tournament.
Going forward, Kentucky will need to win the rest of its four remaining games to be a lock for the NCAA Tournament, and this list will describe what the Wildcats need to do in order for this to happen.