The SEC men’s basketball tournament tips off on Wednesday, and this year’s event is shaping up to be one of the best in the last few years.

That’s because the field is wide open, with co-champions Auburn and Tennessee entering St. Louis as the favorites. Kentucky and Florida have the other two double-byes, but Mizzou, Arkansas, Mississippi State, Texas A&M and others will be eager to pull off some upsets.

Here’s a look at the way the bracket shapes up this year, with the games split between the SEC Network and ESPN:

As many as nine SEC teams still have NCAA Tournament hopes, so it’ll be important for those squads to win a game or two to solidify their standing.

Whoever ends up winning the tournament, it will be an impressive feather in their cap, as it certainly won’t be easy this year.