Tennessee, the third seed in the SEC Tournament, looks to begin its championship run on Friday night against Mississippi State.
Fueled by a career-high 27 points from Jordan Bone and a strong defense, No. 7 Tennessee took down fourth-ranked Kentucky in lopsided fashion on Saturday in Knoxville.
Tennessee lost its second straight series since being named the No. 2 team in the nation two weeks ago.
Tennessee received a bid to “The Big Dance” for the first time since 2014 on Sunday.
The Volunteers look for their fifth-straight win as they face the Bulldogs to start the tournament.
The Volunteers look to build upon their recent success in the SEC Tournament this weekend.