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Vols Will Have An Elite Backcourt in 2020-21

  2020-21 brings an exciting time for Tennessee Basketball, the Vols have bolstered their roster and will sport one of the best backcourts in America. Tennessee loses only one starter from the 2019-20 squad in Jordan Bowden. While the loss of Bowden is significant, the Vols have welcomed in elite prospects to accommodate for that…

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Vols May Have Found A Winning Formula

  Despite the loss over the weekend, the 2019-20 Vols put forth a performance that can take them far in the SEC and beyond.   A few things need to be recognized and carried forward as Tennessee begins a crucial three-game stretch on Tuesday.   VOLS WINNING FORMULA   ‪Tennessee shot 45.5% from the field…

Can Continuity Propel Vols To The NCAA Tournament?

  Tennessee Basketball sits at 11-6 (3-2 SEC) overall, which is impressive considering the Vols have just now gained a continuity.   Relatively, Tennessee’s record should be labeled as 1-1, because that continuity has only existed for two games.   The source of continuity is attributed to the January additions of Santiago Vescovi and Uros Plavsic.…