Patric Young scored 16 points and No. 1 Florida turned up the defensive pressure in the second half, rallying for a 56-49 victory over Tennessee in the semifinals of the Southeastern Conference tournament Saturday in Atlanta.

Florida (31-2) extended its school-record winning streak to 25 in a row after trailing by 10 in the first half. The Gators were down 35-28 at the break, but they wore down the Volunteers (21-12) over the final 20 minutes. After shooting 54 percent in the opening period, Tennessee made just 5 of 20 shots and turned the ball over 11 times, leaving its postseason fate in the hands of the NCAA selection committee.

"We didn't really switch anything up," Florida's Scottie Wilbekin said. "We just tried to go into an extra gear."

The Gators, improving to 20-0 against SEC opponents, will face Kentucky in the championship game Sunday. Kentucky defeated Georgia 70-58.

Virginia 51, Pittsburgh 48: Anthony Gill hit two free throws with 8.5 seconds left to help the No. 6 Cavaliers (27-6) hold off the Panthers (25-9) in the semifinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament in Greensboro, N.C.

Joe Harris scored 12 points to lead Virginia, which will face Duke in the final Sunday. It's the Cavaliers' first ACC title game appearance since 1994.

Duke 75, North Carolina State 67: Jabari Parker scored 20 points to lead the No. 7 Blue Devils (26-7) past the Wolfpack (21-13).

Louisville 71, Connecticut 61: Montrezl Harrell had 22 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks, and the No. 5 Cardinals (29-5) defeated the No. 21 Huskies (26-8) in the inaugural American Athletic Conference tournament championship game in Memphis, Tenn.

The defending national champions clinched their 40th NCAA tournament berth. They completed their only season in the AAC. They will play next season in the ACC.

New Mexico 64, San Diego State 58: Cameron Bairstow scored 17 points to lead the No. 20 Lobos (27-6) over the No. 8 Aztecs (29-4) in the Mountain West Conference championship game in Las Vegas.

Michigan 72, Ohio State 69: The No. 8 Wolverines (25-7) blew a 12-point second-half lead, then finished with a 7-1 run to beat the No. 24 Buckeyes (25-9) and reach the Big Ten title game in Indianapolis.

Michigan will face Michigan State in Sunday's championship game.

Nik Stauskas had 18 points and Caris LeVert 17 to lead the Wolverines, who will be playing in their first Big Ten title game since 1998.

Ohio State led 68-65 with 4:12 to play but could get only one free throw the rest of the game.

Michigan State 83, Wisconsin 75: Adreian Payne scored 18 points, Branden Dawson had 14, and the No. 22 Spartans (25-8) beat the No. 12 Badgers (26-7) to reach the Big Ten title game.

Providence 65, Creighton 56: Bryce Cotton scored 23 points, and the Friars (23-11) defeated the No. 14 Bluejays (26-7) in New York for their first Big East tournament title since 1994. Doug McDermott scored 27 points for Creighton, but Providence used a 2-3 zone defense to hold the Bluejays to 24 points below their season average.

Iowa State 74, Baylor 65: DeAndre Kane scored 17 points, and the No. 16 Cyclones (26-7) rallied to beat the Bears (24-11) in Kansas City, Mo., for their first Big 12 tournament title since 2000.

VCU 74, George Washington 55: Treveon Graham scored 22 points, and the No. 23 Rams (26-7) cruised past the Colonials (24-8) to reach the Atlantic 10 championship game in New York. VCU will play St. Joseph's in the final Sunday. St. Joseph's defeated St. Bonaventure 67-48.

The Rams likely have to move on without Atlantic 10 sixth man of the year Melvin Johnson, who injured his knee early in the first half.

Game set for China: Washington and Texas will play a regular-season game in China on Nov. 14, 2015. The Pac-12 also announced it will send an all-star team to China for two or three exhibitions this August.