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Knoxville, TN – No. 1 Tennessee is set to face South Carolina Wednesday night in Thompson-Boling Arena to cap off a three-game homestand.
The game will tip at 5:30pm CT and will be televised on SEC Network and can also be viewed online through WatchESPN. Fans can listen live on their local Vol Network affiliate to hear Bob Kesling and Bert Bertelkamp describing the action. There are only four home games left, so visit AllVols.com soon if you’re interested in buying tickets for one of our remaining games.Tickets are still available for Wednesday’s matchup at the price of $15.00.
Starkville, MS – The Tennessee Lady Vols scrapped to within three in the third quarter but couldn’t overcome a No. 6 Mississippi State team that shot an impressive 52.2 percent on the day.
Tennessee (15-8, 4-6 SEC) was led by sophomore Rennia Davis, who fired in a season-high 29 points. Freshman Zaay Green also was in double figures with 13.
MSU’s (22-1, 10-0 SEC) high scorer was senior Teaira McCowan, who logged a double-double with 24 points and 15 rebounds. Seniors Jordan Danberry and Anriel Howard also had big days for MSU, finishing with 20 and 16 points, respectively. Howard added 11 rebounds to claim a double-double on the afternoon.
Tennessee Women’s Basketball sophomore Rennia Davis scores a season high 29 points in loss at #6 Mississippi State. (UT Athletics)
Nashville, Tn — The Nashville Predators dropped the second game of a back-to-back series to the St. Louis Blues today, 5-4. The only good thing about the game was their ability to come back to earn a point.
Nashville was fighting their way out of a wet paper bag the entire contest, and never led the game. Viktor Arvidsson was the bright spot scoring twice in the loss.
Costly turnovers and sloppy puck management has been the order of the day for the Predators and with a week power play, it doesn’t bode well for a deep run into the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Feb 10, 2019; Nashville, TN, USA; Nashville Predators center Kyle Turris (8) battles for a loose puck behind St. Louis Blues goaltender Jake Allen (34) during the third period at Bridgestone Arena. Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama—As final tune-ups go, this was a great one for the Governors.
Austin Peay State University track and field got 14 personal-bests and some movement up the league-leaderboard at the 2019 Samford Open, concluding regular-season indoor action with a bevy of solid performances that head coach Doug Molnar hopes will portend to good things two weeks from now at the 2019 Ohio Valley Conference Indoor Championships.
APSU Track And Field/photo by Austin Peay Sports Information
Knoxville, TN – In front of a season-high crowd of 22,261, No. 1 Tennessee Vols basketball’s high-flying second half helped the Vols top the Florida Gators, 73-61 on Saturday.
UT (22-1, 10-0 Southeastern Conference) pushes its win streak to 18 games, the longest streak for any Rick Barnes coached team in his 32 seasons as a head coach.
Tennessee had four players finish in double figures with Grant Williams team-high 16 points leading the way to go along with a team-high six rebounds. Admiral Schofield, who also grabbed six boards, finished with 14 points.
Tennessee Volunteers guard Admiral Schofield (5) dunks the ball against the Florida Gators during the second half at Thompson-Boling Arena. Tennessee won 73 to 61. (Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports)
St. Louis, Mo– The Nashville Predators fell to the St. Louis Blues this afternoon in game one of a back-to-back series with the Blues, 3-2.
St. Louis used a constant offensive attack all afternoon to keep Nashville at bay.
Vince Dunn got the scoring started for St. Louis at 4:37 of the opening frame by taking his own rebound off his initial shot and tucking it into the net past Pekka Rinne, who despite the loss, had a phenomenal game.
St. Louis took the early 1-0 lead.
Feb 9, 2019; St. Louis, MO, USA; Nashville Predators center Ryan Johansen (92) shoots as St. Louis Blues goaltender Jordan Binnington (50) defends the net during the second period at Enterprise Center. Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports
Tennessee Lady Vols (15-7 | 4-5 SEC) at Mississippi State (21-1 | 9-0 SEC)
Sunday, February 10th, 2019 | 1:02pm CT (2:02pm ET)
Starkville, MS | Humphrey Coliseum | TV: ESPN
Knoxville, TN – Tennessee Lady Vols (15-7, 4-5 SEC) play its second game in a row on the road, as it travels to Starkville, Mississippi, to take on No. 6/6 Mississippi State (21-1, 9-0 SEC) on Sunday. ESPN will carry the 42nd meeting between the Lady Vols and Bulldogs, as they convene at Humphrey Coliseum for a 1:00pm CT (2:00pm ET) matinee.
UT makes its way to the Magnolia State with the momentum of a three-game winning streak, forged with victories over LSU, Florida and Vanderbilt. The Lady Vols won their 10th straight in the series vs. the Commodores last Sunday, defeating Stephanie White’s club, 82-65, at Memorial Gymnasium.
Knoxville, TN – No. 1 Tennessee Vols host the Florida Gators on Saturday for a matchup in front of a sold-out Thompson-Boling Arena.
Tennessee announced plans earlier in the week to “checker” Thompson-Boling Arena for the matchup with its SEC rival. Fans planning to attend the sold-out showdown, which tips off at 3:00pm CT on ESPN, are encouraged to visit CheckerTBA.com to learn whether their seats are in a section designated to wear orange or white.
The Vols (21-1, 9-0 SEC) defeated the Gators last month in Gainesville, 78-67. It was a hard-fought matchup in a tough road environment.