If you read only one thing about the Vols today . . .
. . . make it the VolQuest article on team-building and culture under Rick Barnes. It’s subscription-only, but it’s worth it. Runner-up this morning is a reheat from GoVolsXtra on Barnes’ family and faith.
Tennessee is seeking that balance between staying sharp and making the most of the rest afforded by the double-bye they earned for the SEC Tournament.
Despite coming off a historic season, some ESPN dude says they can’t win the NCAA Tournament because they shot worse from 2-point range than their opponents in conference play. Odds are they won’t win it all, but that reasoning is kicking my skeptical face contortions into overdrive.
If you’re looking for an SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament hub, the SEC Network has a good one.
Kamara might be Superman, but he can’t resist Girl Scout cookies, either:
— WGNO (@WGNOtv) March 7, 2018
No, really. He didn’t just stop by for a photo, and he didn’t buy just a box or two. He bought them all:
All the boxes on the table…. they in my freezer.♂ https://t.co/5BslJzLGxj
— Alvin Kamara (@A_kamara6) March 7, 2018
Of course, unlike you and me, Kamara can get away with eating every box of Girl Scout cookies in the French Quarter because he also does stuff like this:
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 7, 2018
The Vols have added quarterback Jacob Cendoya as a preferred walk-on to the Class of 2018.
Wanya Morris, a 4-star tackle, has narrowed his choices down to Tennessee and Auburn.
Other Vols tidbits
Oh, horror of horrors, Butch Jones is wearing clothes and talking to people!
Meeting of the minds here at @AlabamaFTBL Pro Day.
— Peter Burns (@PeterBurnsESPN) March 7, 2018
The Sporting News is reporting that ESPN and Fox are willing to pay Peyton Manning $10M a year to help save Thursday Night NFL football. Even Jon Gruden only got $6.5M to do what he did.