Three Things Tennessee Must Do To Beat Purdue

On Thursday, Tennessee takes on Purdue in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. The last time Tennessee made it this far in the tournament was in 2014 against Michigan. A game that is still controversial for Tennessee fans. This time around, though, the Volunteers seem much better equipped to continue their tournament run against…

Vols Survive Burns, Advance To Play Hawkeyes

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Tennessee Volunteers began the NCAA Tournament firing on all cylinders, until second half adjustments from the Colgate Raiders evened out the game to a back and forth affair late in the second half. With the help of Tennessee’s ability to adjust to Colgate’s zone defense, Admiral Schofield’s late game heroics, and…

Schofield, Alexander Shine On Senior Night

On a night that started with joyous tears and ended with thunderous applause, Senior Night for the No. 5 Tennessee Volunteers had all the emotional appeal that any Vol fan would have expected it to have. Seniors Admiral Schofield, Kyle Alexander, Brad Woodson, and Lucas Campbell received the praise they deserved from Vol faithful all…

No. 1 Vols “Won’t Be Stopped” By Gamecocks

Despite facing a stellar shooting performance from South Carolina, the No.1 Tennessee Volunteers remained undefeated at home by outlasting the Gamecocks 85-73 on Wednesday night. The Vols’ high-octane offense was simply too much for South Carolina. After an opening segment of methodically running its offensive sets, Tennessee opened things up by pushing tempo out of…

Seniors Will Look To Lead Vols Past Gators

The No. 1 Tennessee Volunteers are on a program-high 17-game winning streak heading into Saturday’s contest against the Florida Gators. The two teams may be trending in opposite directions, but caution is always required when these two rivals meet. Florida (12-10, 4-5 SEC) is looking to stay in contention for a tournament birth come March.…

No.1 Vols Too Much For Gamecocks

The No.1 Tennessee Volunteers defended their top ranking for the third straight game by defeating South Carolina 92-70 on the road Tuesday night. It was another rough start for the Vols as the officials set the tone early by calling a tight game. Tennessee (19-1, 7-0 SEC) was the most affected by the whistles, committing…