Tennessee, the third seed in the SEC Tournament, looks to begin its championship run on Friday night against Mississippi State.
Tennessee lost to Auburn 84-80 on Saturday, dashing the Vols’ hopes of a second-consecutive SEC regular-season title. Can they still make the Final Four push that we’ve all come to expect?
No. 5 Tennessee used a Senior Night win over Mississippi State to finish 18-0 at home for the season. The win gives the Vols a chance at a second consecutive SEC regular season title.
In a fast-scoring slugfest, the Vols emerged victorious over the Rebels thanks to outstanding play from Grant Williams and Lamonte Turner.
In the first-ever top-five matchup between No. 1 Tennessee and fifth-ranked Kentucky, the Vols fell to the Wildcats 86-69.
Conference powers Tennessee and Kentucky are set to collide in primetime as the Vols seek their 20th straight win.
Despite just eight points from Grant Williams on Wednesday, No. 1 Tennessee used a versatile attack and suffocating defense to stifle South Carolina for the Vols’ 11th consecutive SEC victory.
No. 1 Tennessee extended its win streak to 18 games on Saturday, the longest of Rick Barnes’ coaching career, by dismantling Florida in front of a sold-out Thompson-Boling Arena.
Despite a slow second-half start, No. 6 Tennessee toppled Tusculum 87-48 in the Vols’ lone exhibition before the 2018 season gets underway.
Tennessee has signed its SEC Coach of the Year, Rick Barnes, to a contract extension.