With the talent of this recruiting class, mixed with a lot of key contributors returning with experience, the Vols may have placed themselves in contention for a conference title in 2020-21, and maybe more.
Tennessee lost for the second time this season to the ranked Auburn Tigers, though this time around the game was much less close.
Burrell, Davis and Kushkituah lead Tennessee to a comeback win over Missouri in their first game of the SEC Tournament.
The Volunteers traveled to Lexington and came back from a 17-point deficit to upset No. 6 Kentucky in Rupp Arena.
After giving up a big lead in the second half, the Vols held on to take down Blackshear and the Gators for a big win.
In their final home game of the season, Rennia Davis and Tamari Key led the Lady Vols to victory over the Rebels.
The Volunteers had no answer for the Razorbacks’ offense in a 17-point loss to Arkansas on the road.
Tennessee snapped a five game losing streak with a narrow win over in-state rival Vanderbilt.
Despite having a 17-point lead in the second half, turnovers proved to be too much for the Vols as they lost 73-66 to Auburn on the road.
The Vols defeated the Commodores for the second time this season, but this time Vanderbilt finished within striking distance when the final buzzer sounded.